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## Number 100 in English (and Number 10 in English)

“100” is pronounced ONE HUNDRED in the English language.

If a number has one digit, then the number is in the ones. 1 = one

If a number has two digits, then the number is in the tens. 10 = ten

If a number has three digits, then the number is in the hundreds. 100 = ONE HUNDRED

If a number has four, digits, then the number is in the thousands. 1,000 = one thousand

If a number has five digits, then the number is in the ten thousands. 10,000 = ten thousand

If a number has six digits, then the number is in the hundred thousands. 100,0000 = one hundred thousand

If a number has between seven and nine digits, then the number is in the millions: 1,000,000 = one million

Here is how the number 100 in English translates across different languages:

**Spanish: ***cien or ciento*

**French: ***cent*

**Latin: ***centum*

**German: ***hundert *

**Russian: **Сто (Sto)

**Arabic: مائة**

**Chinese: ***bai*

**Japanese: ***hyaku*

**Portuguese: ***cem*

**Greek: ***ekato*

**Sino-Korean: 구십**

**Italian: ***cento*

Hebrew: *me’a*

## Number 90 in English

“90” is pronounced NINETY in the English language.

If a number has one digit, then the number is in the ones. 9 = nine

If a number has two digits, then the number is in the tens. 90 = ninety

If a number has three digits, then the number is in the hundreds. 900 = nine hundred

If a number has four, digits, then the number is in the thousands. 9,000 = nine thousand

If a number has five digits, then the number is in the ten thousands. 90,000 = ninety thousand

If a number has six digits, then the number is in the hundred thousands. 900,0000 = nine hundred thousand

If a number has between seven and nine digits, then the number is in the millions: 9,000,000 = nine million

Here is how the number 90 in English translates across different languages:

**Spanish: ***noventa *

**French: ***quatre-vingt-dix*

**Latin: ***nonaginta *

**German: ***neunzig*

**Russian: **девяносто (devyanosto)

**Arabic: **تسعين (tisein)

**Chinese: ***jiu-shi *

**Japanese: ***kyuu-zyuu*

**Portuguese: ***noventa*

**Greek: ***enenenta*

**Sino-Korean: ***구십 (gusib)*

**Italian: ***novanta*

Hebrew: *tish’im*

## Number 80 in English

“80” is pronounced EIGHTY in the English language.

If a number has one digit, then the number is in the ones. 8 = eight

If a number has two digits, then the number is in the tens. 80 = eighty

If a number has three digits, then the number is in the hundreds. 800 = eight hundred

If a number has four, digits, then the number is in the thousands. 8,000 = eight thousand

If a number has five digits, then the number is in the ten thousands. 80,000 = eighty thousand

If a number has six digits, then the number is in the hundred thousands. 800,0000 = eight hundred thousand

If a number has between seven and nine digits, then the number is in the millions: 8,000,000 = eight million

Here is how the number 80 in English translates across different languages:

**Spanish: ***ochenta*

**French: ***quatre-vingts*

**Latin:** *octoginta *

**German: ***achtzig*

**Russian: **восемьдесят (vosem’desyat)

**Arabic: **ثمانون (thamanun)

سبعون

**Chinese: ***ba-shi *

**Japanese: ***hati-zyuu*

**Portuguese: ***oitenta*

**Greek: ***ogdoenta*

**Sino-Korean: ***여든 (yeodeun)*

**Italian: ***ottanta*

Hebrew: *shmonim *

## Number 70 in English

“70” is pronounced SEVENTY in the English language.

If a number has one digit, then the number is in the ones. 7 = seven

If a number has two digits, then the number is in the tens. 70 = seventy

If a number has three digits, then the number is in the hundreds. 700 = seven hundred

If a number has four, digits, then the number is in the thousands. 7,000 = seven thousand

If a number has five digits, then the number is in the ten thousands. 70,000 = seventy thousand

If a number has six digits, then the number is in the hundred thousands. 700,0000 = seven hundred thousand

If a number has between seven and nine digits, then the number is in the millions: 7,000,000 = seven million

Here is how the number 70 in English translates across different languages:

**Spanish: ***setenta*

**French: ***soixante-dix*

**Latin:** *septuaginta*

**German: ***siebzig*

**Russian: **семьдесят *(*sem’desyat*)*

**Arabic:**

سبعون

**Chinese: ***qi-shi *

**Japanese: ***siti-zyuu*

**Portuguese: ***setenta (Cardinal)*

**Greek: ***ebdomenta*

**Sino-Korean: **칠십 (chilsib)

**Italian: ***settanta*

Hebrew: *shiv’im*

## The Number 60 in English

“60” is pronounced SIXTY in the English language.

If a number has one digit, then the number is in the ones. 6 = six

If a number has two digits, then the number is in the tens. 60 = sixty

If a number has three digits, then the number is in the hundreds. 600 = six hundred

If a number has four, digits, then the number is in the thousands. 6,000 = six thousand

If a number has five digits, then the number is in the ten thousands. 60,000 = sixty thousand

If a number has six digits, then the number is in the hundred thousands. 600,0000 = six hundred thousand

If a number has between seven and nine digits, then the number is in the millions: 6,000,000 = six million

Here is how the number 60 in English translates across different languages:

Spanish: sesenta

French: soixante

Latin: sexaginta

German: sechzig

Russian: шестьдесят (shizdisyat)

Arabic: ستون (sittun)

Chinese: liu-shi

Japanese: roku-zyuu

Portuguese: sessenta (Cardinal) sexagesimo (Ordinal)

Greek: exenta

Sino-Korean: 육십

Italian: sessanta

Hebrew: shishim

0” is pronounced SIXTY in the English language. In our series of posts on common numbers, here is a quick guide to how to use the number 60 in English and how it translates across other widely spoken languages.

If a number has one digit, then the number is in the ones. 6 = six

If a number has two digits, then the number is in the tens. 60 = sixty

If a number has three digits, then the number is in the hundreds. 600 = six hundred

If a number has four, digits, then the number is in the thousands. 6,000 = six thousand

If a number has five digits, then the number is in the ten thousands. 60,000 = sixty thousand

If a number has six digits, then the number is in the hundred thousands. 600,0000 = six hundred thousand

If a number has between seven and nine digits, then the number is in the millions: 6,000,000 = six million

Here is how the number 50 in English translates across different languages:

**Spanish: ***sesenta*

**French: ***soixante*

**Latin:** *sexaginta*

**German: ***sechzig*

**Russian: **шестьдесят *(shizdisyat)*

**Arabic: ***ستون (sittun)*

**Chinese: ***liu-shi *

**Japanese: ***roku-zyuu*

**Portuguese: ***sessenta (Cardinal) sexagesimo (Ordinal)*

**Greek: ***exenta*

**Sino-Korean: ***육십 *

**Italian: ***sessanta*

Hebrew: *shishim*

## The Number 50 in English

“50” is pronounced FIFTY in the English language.

If a number has one digit, then the number is in the ones. 5 = five

If a number has two digits, then the number is in the tens. 50 = fifty

If a number has three digits, then the number is in the hundreds. 500 = five hundred

If a number has four, digits, then the number is in the thousands. 5,000 = five thousand

If a number has five digits, then the number is in the ten thousands. 50,000 = fifty thousand

If a number has six digits, then the number is in the hundred thousands. 500,0000 = five hundred thousand

If a number has between seven and nine digits, then the number is in the millions: 5,000,000 = five million

Here is how the number 50 in English translates across different languages:

**Spanish: ***cincuenta*

**French: ***cinquante*

**Latin: ***quinquaginta*

**German: ***funfzig*

**Russian: ***пятьдесят*

**Arabic: ***khamsun خمسون*

**Chinese: ***wu-shi*

**Japanese: ***go-zyuu*

**Portuguese: ***cinquenta*

**Sino-Korean: ***오십 ***Hanja:*** 五十*

Hebrew: *chamishim*

**Greek: ***penenta*

**Italian: ***cinquanta*

## The Number 40 in English

“40” is pronounced FORTY in the English language.

If a number has one digit, then the number is in the ones. 4 = four

If a number has two digits, then the number is in the tens. 40 = forty

If a number has three digits, then the number is in the hundreds. 400 = four hundred

If a number has four, digits, then the number is in the thousands. 4,000 = four thousand

If a number has five digits, then the number is in the ten thousands. 40,000 = forty thousand

If a number has six digits, then the number is in the hundred thousands. 400,0000 = four hundred thousand

If a number has between seven and nine digits, then the number is in the millions: 4,000,000 = four million

Here is how the number 40 in English translates across different languages:

**Spanish: ***cuarenta*

**French: ***quarante*

**Latin: ***quadraginta*

**German: ***vierzig *

**Russian: ***sorok*

**Arabic: ***٤٠ arba’un (أربعون)*

**Chinese: ***si-shi *

**Japanese: ***si-zyuu*

**Portuguese: Cardinal: ***quarenta***Ordinal:*** quadragésimo*

**Sino-Korean: ***사십*

Hebrew: *arba’im *

**Greek: ***saranta *

**Italian: ***quaranta*

**The number 30 in English**

“30” is pronounced “THIRTY” in the English language.

If a number has one digit, then the number is in the ones. 3 = three

If a number has two digits, then the number is in the tens. 30 = thirty

If a number has three digits, then the number is in the hundreds. 300 = three hundred

If a number has four, digits, then the number is in the thousands. 3,000 = three thousand

If a number has five digits, then the number is in the ten thousands. 30,000 = thirty thousand

If a number has six digits, then the number is in the hundred thousands. 300,0000 = three hundred thousand

If a number has between seven and nine digits, then the number is in the millions: 3,000,000 = three million

This article focuses on the number 30 in English, and what it translates as in a number of other common languages. Here we go!

**Spanish: **Treinta

**French: **Trente

**Latin: **Triginta

**German: **dreiBig

**Russian: **тридцать

**Arabic: **thalathun

**Japanese: **san-zyuu

**Mandarin Chinese: **san-shi

**Portuguese: **trinta**, trigésimo**

**Korean: 삼십 **samship (Sino-Korean)

**Greek: **trianta

**Hebrew: **shloshim

**Number 20 in English**

In English, the number “20” is pronounced TWENTY.

If a number has one digit, then the number is in the ones. 2 = two

If a number has two digits, then the number is in the tens. 20 = twenty

If a number has three digits, then the number is in the hundreds. 200 = two hundred

If a number has four, digits, then the number is in the thousands. 2,000 = two thousand

If a number has five digits, then the number is in the ten thousands. 20,000 = twenty thousand

If a number has six digits, then the number is in the hundred thousands. 200,0000 = two hundred thousand

If a number has between seven and nine digits, then the number is in the millions: 2,000,000 = two million

Here is how the number 20 in English translates into other common languages:

**Spanish: ***veinte*

**French: ***vingt*

**Latin: ***viginti *

**German: ***zwanzig *

**Russian: ***двадцать [dvat-sat’]*

**Arabic: **a3sharoon

**Chinese: ***er-shi *

**Japanese: ***ni-zyuu*a3sharoon

**Portuguese: ***vinte*

**Korean: ***이십 eeship (Sino-Korean), 스물 seumul (Native Korean)*

Hebrew: *esrim*

**Greek: ***είκοσι*

**Italian: ***venti*

## How to write numbers in words in English

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