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Lesson 10 - Likes and Dislikes

Notice that from number twenty and up the Danes say the numbes the other way around than in English. For example 21 becomes: en-og-tyve ([lit: one-and-twenty]). Have a close look at the numbers below.

21enogtyvetwentyone
num
22toogtyvetwentytwo
num
23treogtyvetwentythree
num
24fireogtyvetwentyfour
num
25femogtyvetwentyfive
num
26seksogtyvetwentysix
num
27syvogtyvetwentyseven
num
28otteogtyvetwentyeight
num
29niogtyvetwentynine
num
30tredivethirty
num

Counting further up you just continue the pattern above: Start with the ones (1-9) and then the tens (see below)!
(except 10 obviously. See numbers 10 to 20)

10titen
num
20tyvetwenty
num
30tredivethirty
num
40fyrrefourty
num
50halvtredsfifty
num
60tredssixty
num
70halvfjerdsseventy
num
80firseigthy
num
90halvfemsninety
num
100hundredeone hundred
num