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Numbers in Italian

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Numbers In Italian

We all know that Italian is a language of love , but it is also one of the most useful languages to learn. Italy is a key location for business across Europe making the language not only an asset for personal growth, but also a critical tool for members of the global economy. Many learners test out a new language by repeating numbers in that language. Numbers in Italian are pretty easy to remember and follow a simple and predictable pattern.

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How To Count In Italian

Counting to 10 in Italian is a great thing to tackle when you first begin learning the language. It’s an easy first step, and one that will be useful later on while learning the language.

  • One = uno
  • Two = due
  • Three = tre
  • Four = quattro
  • Five = cinque
  • Six = sei
  • Seven = sette
  • Eight = otto
  • Nine = nove
  • Ten = dieci

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