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sifr 1
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wāhid
2
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ithnān 3
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thalātha
4
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'arbaca 5
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khamsa
6
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sitta 7
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sabca
8
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thamāniya 9
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tisca
10
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cashra 11
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'ahada cashra
12
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ithnā cashra 13
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thalātha cashra
14
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'arbaca cashra 15
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khamsa cashra
16
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sitta cashra 17
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sabca cashra
18
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thamāniya cashra 19
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tisca cashra
20
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cishrūn 21
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'ahad wa-cishrūn
22
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ithnān wa-cishrūn 23
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thalātha wa-cishrūn
24
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'arbaca wa-cishrūn 25
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khamsa wa-cishrūn
26
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sitta wa-cishrūn 27
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sabca wa-cishrūn
28
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thamāniya wa-cishrūn 29
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tisca wa-cishrūn
30
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thalāthūn 35
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khamsa wa-thalāthūn
40
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'arbacūn 42
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'ithnān wa-'arbacūn
50
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khamsūn 59
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tisca wa-khamsūn
60
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sittūn 66
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sitta wa-sittūn
70
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sabcūn 73
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thalātha wa-sabcūn
80
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thamānūn 84
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'arbaca wa-thamānūn
90
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tiscūn 91
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'ahad wa-tiscūn
100
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mi'a 102
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mi'a wa-ithnān
153
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mi'a thalātha wa-khamsūn 1000
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'alf
1111
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'alf mi'a 'ahada cashra 1603
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'alf sitt mi'a wa-thalātha
 

Grammar: Use of numbers

Numbers in Arabic are quite complicated, there are different rules for the numbers, numbers are declined according to gender. Getting the grip on numbers in order to make practical use of them (few Arabs used numbers correctly), is however reasonably easy.
 

From 21 to 99 you count like this: (example) 24: Four wa-twenty.From 12 to 19 you count like this (example) 15: Five Ten. 11 is slightly slightly diverging.
When putting numbers together with nouns you do like this:
  • 1: (example) 1 book is said as simply as "book", "kitâb", you leave 1 out, unless it is very important to emphasise that it is one book.
  • 2: (example) 2 books is a special case, as Arabic not only has singular and plural, but also dual. The rules here are straight, but often ommitted by students, who wind up saying "2 books",
 

ithnân kutub.

That is not correct, and the correct dual for 2 books is
 
kitâbâni.
 
  • 3 and up: You place the full form of the number first, immediately followed by the noun: 42 books:
 
ithnân wa-'arbacûn kutub.
 
While this is not the correct form, it is OK to say it this way at the present level. If you're curious, this is the correct way for saying 42 books:
 
ithnân wa-'arbacûn kitâbân.
 

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