© Gaye Wilson 2008
I’ve already posted one strategy for learning numbers in a foreign language here.

This is another strategy that will help you become proficient in numbers.

Ask people you know to help you learn. Ask your children, your parents, your spouse, your friends, your work colleagues, to write several, non-consecutive numbers on an index card. If you need to practise particular number ranges, define what range.

Then, use the index card to practice saying aloud, or writing out, the numbers your helpers have written.

Do this every day for a month, and you will know how to say numbers in your target language!

Don’t forget to learn both ordinal (e.g. first, second, fifty-third) and cardinal (e.g. one, two, fifty-three) numbers.

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  1. Learn Foreign Language on June 23rd, 2009 8:21 am

    Thank you for your topic “Learning numbers in a foreign language | All Paths to Victory”. Have a nice day.

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