# What are numbers 1 to 10 in Chinese?

## What are numbers 1 to 10 in Chinese?

Chinese Numbers 1 to 10： 一到十

English Chinese Pinyin
seven
eight
nine jiǔ
ten shí

### How do you count to 10 in China?

One (1) is 一 yī. Two (2) is 二 èr. Three (3) is 三 sān. Four (4) is 四 sì….Continue counting from 6 to 10.

1. Six (6) is 六 liù.
2. Seven (7) is 七 qī.
3. Eight (8) is 八 bā.
4. Nine (9) is 九 jiŭ.
5. Ten (10) is 十 shí.

How do you write the numbers 1 20 in Chinese?

Once you’ve learned the characters that represent 4 (四 sì), 5 (五 wǔ), 6 (六 liù), 7 (七 qī), 8 ( 八 bā), 9 (九 jiǔ) and 10 (十 shí), Chinese numbers, up to 99 (九 十九 jiǔshíjiǔ), are quite easy to learn….Chinese Numbers 1-20.

Number Hanzi Pinyin
17 十七 Shí qī
18 十八 Shí bā
19 十九 Shí jiǔ
20 二十 Èr shí

What is the number 0 in Chinese?

Chinese Numbers 0-1000 Posted by sasha on Sep 6, 2011 in Uncategorized, Vocabulary

NUMBER CHARACTER PINYIN
0 líng
1
2 èr
3 sān

## What are the Lucky and Unlucky Numbers in China?

Lucky Numbers and Unlucky Numbers in China. In China, lucky numbers have pronunciations that are similar to words with lucky meanings. Number 8 holds huge significance as a lucky number. To a lesser extent 2, 6, and 9 are considered lucky. 4 is the most unlucky number in China.

### How do you say numbers in Chinese?

Saying phone numbers in Mandarin Chinese is fairly easy. You simply speak each individual digit of the phone, though there is one exception. The exception is if the phone number contains both a 1 and a 7 (or sometimes just a 1). If that is the case, often, for the number 1, people don’t pronounce it as yi1 but rather pronounce it as yao1.

How do Chinese write numbers?

Chinese numbers are written from Left to Right like English numbers. Although the Chinese symbol for zero appears above, it’s only used when it comes to money. You write the base Chinese Number then what I call a “multiplier” if the number is above ten.

What are the Chinese numbers 1?

Number 1 in Chinese is Yì 一 . However, when referring to phone numbers the Number One is not spoken as Yì 一 but instead Yāo 幺 is used. This is because 1 and 7 are widely regarded to sound too similar and could therefore cause confusion.