How To Pronounce the Italian Numbers, from 1 to 10
If you’re looking to learn the basics of Italian, one of the first things you should focus on is getting familiar with Italian numbers and their pronunciation.
This Italian lesson will introduce you to Italian numbers and their pronunciation so you can confidently use them when speaking the language. By the end of the lesson, you will have a better understanding of how to read, write, and pronounce Italian numbers like a native speaker.
We have been thinking for quite some time of a way to publish a comprehensive list of basic Italian phrases grouped by subject that anybody could use “as is” or as building blocks of a conversation.
Using a very good online Italian Phrasebook as a starting point, we’re launching a new category that will allow you to learn, refine, and practice the meaning and pronunciation of some must-know Italian numbers, words, and phrases.
Let’s start with the Italian numbers pronunciation, from 1 to 10.
- Uno (oo-no) – One
2. Due (doo-ay) – Two
3. Tre (tray) – Three
4. Quattro (kwah-troh) – Four
5. Cinque (cheen-kway) – Five
6. Sei (say) – Six
7. Sette (seh-tay) – Seven
8. Otto (oh-toh) – Eight
9. Nove (noh-vay) – Nine
10. Dieci (dee-ay-chee) – Ten
Italian numbers might look intimidating at first, but with a bit of practice, you can learn how to pronounce them easily. Following a few simple rules and practicing with a native speaker, you can quickly get a handle on the pronunciation of Italian numbers.
Mastering the pronunciation of Italian numbers is an essential step to becoming fluent in Italian, and you can use them in many daily conversations. With a bit of practice, you’ll be able to count in Italian confidently in no time!