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Pronunciation of Greek Numbers

Are you wondering how to learn the Modern Greek numbers system and count to ten? Memorize the numbers from 1 to 20 and multiples of 10 up to 100 in the Greek language below, with pronunciations in English. Then, take the quiz. Notice that the letter "Δ" is a cross between the "D" and "TH" from the English alphabet.

Greek Numbers 1-10

  • One: Ένα (pronounced: E-na) (Use a short E)
  • Two: Δύο (pronounced: DThee-ow)
  • Three: Τρία (pronounced: Tree-ah)
  • Four: Τέσσερα (pronounced: Tes-se-rah)
  • Five: Πέντε (pronounced: Pen-de)
  • Six: Έξι (pronounced: Ex-hee)
  • Seven: Επτά (pronounced: Ep-tah)
  • Eight: Οχτώ (pronounced: Och-toe)
  • Nine: Εννέα (pronounced: E-ne-ah)
  • Ten: Δέκα (pronounced: DThe-ka)

Greek Numbers 11-20

  • Eleven: Έντεκα (pronounced: En-de-ka)
  • Twelve: Δώδεκα (pronounced: DTho-the-ka)
  • Thirteen: Δεκατρία (pronounced: DThe-ka-tree-ah)
  • Fourteen: Δεκατέσσερα (pronounced: DThe-ka-tes-se-rah)
  • Fifteen: Δεκαπέντε (pronounced: DThe-ka-pen-de)
  • Sixteen: Δεκαέξι (pronounced: DThe-ka-ex-hee
  • Seventeen: Δεκαεπτά (pronounced: DThe-ka-ep-tah
  • Eighteen: Δεκαοχτώ (pronounced: DThe-ka-och-to)
  • Nineteen: Δεκαεννέα (pronounced: DThe-ka-e-ne-ah)
  • Twenty: Είκοσι (pronounced: Ee-ko-see)

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Multiples of 10 after 20

  • Thirty: Τριάντα (pronounced: Tri-ahn-dah)
  • Forty: Σαράντα (pronounced: Sa-rahn-dah)
  • Fifty: Πενήντα (pronounced: Pe-neen-dah)
  • Sixty: Εξήντα (pronounced: Ex-een-dah
  • Seventy: Εβδομήντα (pronounced: Ev-do-meen-dah)
  • Eighty: Ογδόντα (pronounced: Og-thon-dah)
  • Ninety: Ενενήντα (pronounced: E-ne-neen-dah)
  • One Hundred: Εκατόν (pronounced: E-ka-ton)

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