LESSON 12 : Italian NUMBERS from 11 to 20

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Italian numbers from 11 to 20

In this post I speak about Italian numbers from 11 to 20, i numeri da 11 a 20 [ee NOOH-meh-ree dah OOHN-dee-tchee ah VEHN-tee] in Italiano. If you want to know how to say other numbers you can read my post regarding Italian numbers from 1 to 10. Sooner or later I will write posts regarding other numbers in Italian, I promise. The language posts are the more difficult to prepare. In fact I have to record the audio file, often do some drawings to make it more funny and sometimes I create a video. It requires a lot of time. And lately I have been very busy.

Anyhow, you can see a sort of pronunciation transcription in brackets after every Italian number. But I also attached (below the post) an audio file so you can hear directly form me the correct Italian pronunciation. Or better, as I said other times, Italian pronunciation with Venetian accent. There are in fact differences in how we pronunce the vowels. Every Italian region has its own dialect and therefore a different way to pronunce Italian words. Actually, every city has its own accent. So, in order to be more precise, I’d have to say with Paduan accent.

As I said before, it can be useful to know the numbers in Italian if you plan to visit my beautiful country: for example to catch a bus, to understand an amount you have to pay or the date of an event. So here they are:

Italian numbers from 11 to 20

11. undici [OON-dee-tchee] eleven

12. dodici [DOH-dee-tchee] twelve

13. tredici [TREH-dee-tchee] thirteen

14. quattordici [kwaht-TOHR-dee-tchee] fourteen

15. quindici [kween-DEE-tchee] fifteen

16. sedici [SEH-dee-tchee] sixteen

17. diciassette [dee-tchah-SEHT-teh] seventeen

18. diciotto [dee-TCHOHT-toh] eighteen

19. diciannove [dee-tchahn-NOH-veh] nineteen

20. venti [VEHN-tee] twenty

 

If you want to hear the Italian numbers from 11 to 20 pronunciation, turn on the speakers and click on the play button below!

Enjoy and practise Italian numbers from 11 to 20!