How do you count from 1 to 10 in French?
It’s as easy as one, two, three in French.
- Zero (zeh-ro)
- one (uh)
- two (duh)
- three (twah)
- four (kat-ruh)
- five (sees)
- six (set)
- nine (set)
- ten (set)
How do you count from 1 to 5 in French?
Begin with the first five numbers.
- The number one is un (ahn), the number two is two (deuh), the number three is three (twah), the number four is four (katr), and the number five is five (sank).
Why is French so hard to pronounce?
The French language is difficult to pronounce at first because it contains sounds that native English speakers are unfamiliar with. For starters, French is more evenly stressed, which means that while some parts of a word are stressed, it is not as distinct as in English.
Is French hard to learn?
According to the FSI scale, French is a “category I language,” meaning it is “more similar to English” than categories III and IV “hard” or “super-hard languages,” making it one of the easiest languages to learn for a native English speaker.