ASL/Korean/Spanish/Japanese – ‘Lesson’ 2

— Lesson 1.


Lesson 2

K: Il ((Ill)), Hana ((Ha-nah))
S: Uno ((oo-no))
J: Ichi 一 ((ee-chee))

K: I ((ee)), Tul ((Tu))
S: Dos ((dose))
J: Ni ニ ((Nee))

K: Sam ((Sahm)), Set ((Seh))
S: Tres
J: San 三 ((Sahn))

K: Sa ((Saw)), Net ((Neh))
S: Cuatro ((coo-ah-tro))
J: Shi 四 ((She)) ALSO Yon

K: O ((Oh)), Tasot ((Teh-Saht))
S: Cinco ((seen-co))
J: Go 五 ((Go))

K: Yuk ((Yuke)), Yosot ((Yah-Saht))
S: Seis ((sort of sounds like “says”))
J: Roku 六 ((Lro-coo))

K: Ch’il ((Cheel)), Ilgop ((Ill-gope))
S: Siete ((see-eh-teh))
J: Nana 七 ((Nah-Nah)) ALSO Shichi

K: P’al ((Pahl)), Yodol ((Yah-dahl))
S: Ocho ((oh-cho))
J: Hachi 八 ((Hah-chee))

K: Ku ((Kuu)), Ahop ((Ah-hope))
S: Nueve ((noo-eh-veh))
J: Kyu 九 ((Keyoo))

K: Sip ((Sheep)), Yol ((Yahl))
S: Diez ((dee-ez))
J: Ju 十 ((Jew))
You can find more Japanese numbers HERE. Once you learn the first ten numbers, all remaining numbers until 100 are easy. (((The SAME can be said for two digit numbers in Korean))
Ex. 23? Ni-Ju-San Or ニ十三.
Ex. 45? Yon-Ju-Go Or 四十五
Ex. 23? I-Sip-Sam

100, 1,000, and 10,000 also have words for themselves.
Follow the link above if you want to learn beyond 100.


Spanish on the other hand is not so easy.  After 10 there is many spelling changes done to the teen digits and then another change for the 20’s and then again for 30 and above.

Here’s a yahoo anwers page in which someone actually took the time to write out all the numbers from 1 to 100 and their pronunciation. Take a look at it and practice your numbers!

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