Numbers from 1 to 100

Numbers from 1 to 100

Learning Objectives 

  • Learn the numbers from 1 to 100
  • Ask how old someone is and respond
  • Be able to ask “How much” and “how many” questions
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Key Words & Phrases

  • Quel âge as-tu ? / Quel âge avez-vous ?
  • J’ai ____ ans.
  • Combien ça coûte ?
  • Les chiffres de zéro à neuf
  • Les nombres 
  • Dix
  • Vingt
  • Trente
  • Quarante
  • Cinquante
  • Soixante
  • Soixante-dix
  • Quatre-vingt
  • Quatre-vingt-dix
  • Cent

Learn

Number 1 to 100

How to tell your age

Asking “How many” and “How much” questions

Rocket Languages: Numbers and pronunciation

French Learner: How much?

Watch

French Learner: How old are you, in French

ImagineVideoClips: 1-100 years in France 

Coffee Break Languages: People talking about their age

Read

Woodward French: Numbers

To Learn French: “How much” and “How many” in French

Practice

Français Facile: Spell the numbers

Français Facile: “Combien” or “Combien de” exercise

Using one of the recommended resources to get writing feedback, respond to the prompt below. 

  • Quel âge as-tu ?
  • Combien de frères et sœurs as-tu ?
  • Combien d’enfants as-tu ?
  • Combien coûte un dîner pour deux dans ton restaurant préféré ?
  • Combien coûte une place de cinéma dans ta ville ?

Another writing exercise:

  • You have learned a lot these past few lessons… Write a message to your pen pal Antoine. Try to include:
    • Greetings
    • Talk about your family (brothers, sisters, their age, etc.)
    • Description of your best friend (real or imagined): their name, occupation, nationality, as well as some items about physical appearance and personality
    • Ask a few questions

Using one of the platforms for finding a tutor or language exchange partner, practice the speaking activities below. 

Partner Speaking Exercise:

  • With your partner, make a list of ten common products you buy (for example a cup of coffee, a pair of trousers, a bottle of milk, etc.). Use an online dictionary to check words you are not sure of. Talk about the prices of each object. Pay particular attention to the pronunciation.

Independent Speaking Exercise:

  • Anything is a good excuse to practice numbers! Go around your house, counting the number of certain objects you have. For example, “J’ai deux chaises” (I have two chairs), “J’ai quinze fourchettes” (I have fifteen forks). 

You can find instructions and a download link in our flashcards module

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