German Numbers

German Numbers
The content of this website provides a simple, fast guide to the translation of German numbers into English. Learn the English translation of all of the German cardinal and ordinal numbers into the English language and learn to count the way they do in Germany.

Modern use of German Numbers
This fast, simple guide to the translation of German numbers will increase your German vocabulary and help you learn the words in the language associated with numbers and help you to count. Learning each number is a basic requirement when studying the language. Germany is part of the European Union and is the official language spoken by about 100 million people as the 'mother tongue', or the first language. It is second only to English in the European language group. and as a second language by a further 190 million German language speakers. German is also spoken by many people in Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Liechtenstein. German is also commonly spoken  in the states of North Dakota and South Dakota in the United States of America. German is taught in some schools as a second language in addition to the more common English, French and Latin languages.

 
 

German Numbers and Writing System
The writing system in Germany uses the Latin alphabet. In addition to the 26 standard Latin letters, German has three vowels with umlauts consisting of two dots ( ) placed over a letter (/, /, and /) and also the letter .  

German Numbers and Roman Numerals
We have also included Roman numerals in our individual  number articles. A numeral is a symbol that represents a number whereas numbers relate to quantities. Roman numbers, or numerals, are still used in Germany for the copyright dates on movies and television programmes and videos. The Roman numeral MMXIV translates as the date for 2014, 2015 is written as MMXV and the Roman numeral for 2016 is written as MMXVI.

 

MMXIV

(2014)

 

German Language and Numbers
The closest relative of German is Dutch and, surprisingly, English. German sits within the West Germanic arm of the Indo-European language family.
When learning the language, numbers and how to count you will see many similarities with words used in the English language such as 'Zeitgeist', meaning 'the spirit of the times, 'Kindergarten' as a school for young children and 'joggen' meaning to go jogging.

Ordinal and Cardinal Numbers
Cardinal numbers like six and nine reflect a quantity such as two dogs or eight flowers - translated in German as 'Zwei Hunde' and 'Acht Blumen'. Numbers expressed as the fifth or the sixth indicate ranking of numbers and are referred to as Ordinal numbers and translate as Vierte for the 4th and Sechste for the 6th.

 

Ordinal and Cardinal German Numbers - Learning the language
Whatever second language you choose to study, one of the the first basic principles is to learn how to count. The first step is to learn the English-German translation of Cardinal numbers (that reflect a quantity) and then to learn the Ordinal numbers such as first, second or third (that reflect a position). The articles for each separate number provides a translation of both the German Ordinal and Cardinal numbers.

Numbers

In respect of the Ordinal, positioning numbers, they are expressed in a different format to English ordinal numbers. In the German language, a period (or full stop) after a number can sometimes mean that the number is not the end of a period, but an ordinal number:

58. / Achtundfϋnfzigste translates as 59th / Fifty-Ninth
20. / Zwanzigste translates as 20th / Twentieth

German ordinal numbers are not expressed with a hyphen in the same format as for English ordinal numbers such as twenty-sixth. In English, ordinal numbers are formed by adding "th" to a cardinal number: fifth, sixth and seventh. In this respect, the German language is very similar to English. Some ordinals are formed by adding "te" to the cardinal number and numbers over 20 ordinals end in "ste".

 

Facts about Germany & the Language
Interesting facts about Germany and the language are:
 
18% of books published in the world are in German
Over 3,000 companies have investments in the US
Over 80 million people live in Germany

The Federal Republic of Germany was proclaimed on May 23, 1949.

The name for Germany is Deutschland
The main cities in Germany include Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Cologne, Stuttgart and Frankfurt

 

Helpful Tips and Facts about German Numbers
Germany is famous for many items such as perfume, haute couture clothes, fashion. Its capital is Paris, famous for the Eiffel Tower and the designer shops in the Avenue des Champs-lyses. The following tips will help when learning and counting in the colorful language of Germany.
Asking the time! "What time is it?" translates as "Wie spt ist es?"
"It is seven o'clock." translates as "Es ist 07.00 Uhr."
Asking "When?" or "What time?" translates as "Welche Zeit."
Bitte means Please and Danke means Thank you
"Wie geht es Ihnen" translates as "How are you?"
Telephone numbers in Germany have the Country Code: 49 and the International Call Prefix: 00
Mobile phone numbers in Germany have 10 or 11 digits and are allocated area codes starting with 015, 016 and 017
Telephone 110 for Police and 112 for emergency services.

German Numbers
The interesting facts and information contained in each article provide a simple, basic guide to the translation of all of the German numbers into the English language.
Learn the English translation of all of the German numbers into the English language together with examples of the meanings. Find the words to help you learn the language of German numbers. An easy translation of every common number up to 1 thousand.

 

German Numbers

Improve your vocabulary of numbers
Simple, fast, easy translation of German Numbers
Learn the language and numbers of Germany
Translation of each Cardinal and Ordinal Number
Learn the meaning of the Roman numeric symbols
Examples and translation of words from Germany
Easy translation of numbers for kids and children
German numbers for kids and children
Telephone Numbers used in Germany
 

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German Numbers

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