Lesson Transcript

Okay, now it's your turn.
Do you remember how to say “What's your favorite number?”
إيه رقمك المفضل؟
(ʾeīh raqamak el-mofaḍḍal?)
Imagine It's two. Do you remember how to say "two?"
إتنين, إتنين
(ʾetneīn, ʾetneīn)
Say “It's two.”
رقمي المفضل هو إتنين.
(raqamī el-mofaḍḍal howwa ʾetneīn.)
Now answer the question saying “It's two.”
إيه رقمك المفضل؟
(ʾeīh raqamak el-mofaḍḍal?)
رقمي المفضل هو إتنين.
(raqamī el-mofaḍḍal howwa ʾetneīn.)
Now imagine four. Do you remember how to say “four?”
أربعة, أربعة
(ʾarbaʿah, ʾarbaʿah)
Say “It's four.”
رقمي المفضل هو أربعة.
(raqamī el-mofaḍḍal howwa ʾarbaʿah.)
Now answer the question saying “It's four.”
إيه رقمك المفضل؟
(ʾeīh raqamak el-mofaḍḍal?)
رقمي المفضل هو أربعة.
(raqamī el-mofaḍḍal howwa ʾarbaʿah.)
Now imagine nine. Do you remember how to say “nine?”
تسعة, تسعة
(tesʿah, tesʿah)
Say “It's nine.”
رقمي المفضل هو تسعة.
(raqamī el-mofaḍḍal howwa tesʿah.)
Now answer the question saying “It's nine.”
إيه رقمك المفضل؟
(ʾeīh raqamak el-mofaḍḍal?)
رقمي المفضل هو تسعة.
(raqamī el-mofaḍḍal howwa tesʿah.)
In this lesson, you learned numbers phrases you can use in your everyday life to talk about numbers.
You are now able to count like a native speaker!
See you in the next lesson!
Bye!

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