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Numbers 2 is the thirty-eighth skill (assuming read left to right) in the language tree for Hebrew. It has six lessons and teaches numbers past twenty, percentages, averages, and mathematics in Hebrew.

Grammar NotesEdit

Numbers as AdjectivesEdit

When saying "the five cats" or "the nine men", you need to use the construct version of that number, which ends in ת rather than ה.

Numbers Past TwentyEdit

For numbers beyond twenty, the number is said "(tens) and-(ones)":

  • שלושים וחמש = "thirty and-five" = thirty-five

Also, all numbers beyond twenty match the gender of the "ones", as the "tens" are neutral.

Singular but PluralEdit

When using numbers beyond 11 along with distances, currency, times, percents, and the word איש, the singular noun is used instead of the plural noun. Technically all words should be like this according to formal grammar rules, but in practice only these categories are.

LessonsEdit

Lesson 1Edit

  • (שלוש(ת = the three
  • (חמש(ת = the five
  • (שבע(ת = the seven

Lesson 2Edit

  • ראשון = first
  • שני = second
  • שלישי = third
  • ארביעי = fourth
  • שלושים = thirty
  • ארבעים = forty
  • חמישים = fifty

Lesson 3Edit

  • שישים = sixty
  • שבעים = seventy
  • שמונים = eighty
  • תשעים = ninety
  • שנות השבעים = the 70's
  • כמות = amount

Lesson 4Edit

  • מאה = one hundred
  • מאתיים = two hundred
  • מאות ... = ... hundred
  • אלף = one thousand
  • אלפיים = two thousand
  • אלפים ... = ... thousand
  • מיליון = million

Lesson 5Edit

  • מיליארד = billion
  • ממוצע = average
  • אחוז = percent
  • ברובו = mostly
  • בסך הכל = in total
  • -רוב = most of
  • חצי = half

Lesson 6Edit

  • ועוד = add, plus
  • כפול = multiply
  • פחות = subtract
  • חלקי = divide
  • שווה = equals
  • אחרון = last
  • מינוס = minus

ReferencesEdit

Duolingo Lesson: www.duolingo.com/skill/he/Numbers-2

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