## What does 10 mean in Russian?

desyat

Part 3: How to count in Russian – Russian language tutorial and phrasebook

Number | Written | Pronounced |
---|---|---|

8 | восемь | vosem’ |

9 | девять | devyat’ |

10 | десять | ‘desyat’ |

11 | одиннадцать | o’dinnatdsat’ |

## How do Russians read numbers?

Russian numbers: 1 to 10

- 1 – один (“a-deen”)
- 2 – два (“dva”)
- 3 – три (“tree”)
- 4 – четыре (“chye-tir-ye”)
- 5 – пять (“pyat”)
- 6 – шесть (“shest”)
- 7 – семь (“syem”)
- 8 – восемь (“vo-syem”)

**How do Russian numbers work?**

From here on, Russian numbers are formed similarly to the English numbers (minus the word “and”). If 20 is двадцать (dvadtsat), then 21 is двадцать один (dvadtsat odin) and 22 is двадцать два (dvadtsat dva). Basically, you just add the numbers from 1 to 9 to the tens.

### How do Russians write their numbers?

Russian numbering rules Digits from zero to nine are specific words, namely ноль (nolʹ) or нуль (nulʹ) [0], один (odin) [1], две (dve) [2], три (tri) [3], четыре (četyre) [4], пять (pâtʹ) [5], шесть (šestʹ) [6], семь (semʹ) [7], восемь (vosemʹ) [8], and девять (devâtʹ) [9].

### What gender are Russian numbers?

The number one takes three different forms for gender. Рубль is a masculine noun. As you can see with the examples above, the numbers in front of “ruble” and “rubles” are written out in their masculine form to match. Копейка, on the other hand, is a feminine noun.

**What are the Russian numbers from 1 to 10?**

Russian numbers. Russian numbers from 1 to 10: 1 – один (odin) 2 – два (dva) 3 – три (tri) 4 – четыре (četyre) 5 – пятn (pjat’)

## How do you pronounce 100 in Russian?

However, all other numbers between 91 and 99 follow the same structure as the others and are created by adding a number from 1 to 9 to девяносто. The number 100 is сто in Russian, pronounced “sto.” Ordinal numbers indicate order or position.

## What are the Russian ordinal numbers?

Russian ordinal numbers 1 the first – Первый (pervyy) 2 the second – Второй (vtoroy) 3 the third – Третий (tretiy) 4 the fourth – Четвертый (chetvyortyy) 5 the fifth – Пятый (pyatyy) 6 the sixth – Шестой (shestoy) 7 the seventh – Седьмой (sed’moy) 8 the eighth – Восьмой (vos’moy) 9 the ninth – Девятый (devyatyy) 10 the tenth – Десятый (desyatyy)

**How do you say twenty in Russian?**

Russian Number: English Translation: Pronunciation: двадцать: twenty: DVATtsat’ двадцать один: twenty-one: DVATtsat’ aDEEN: двадцать два: twenty-two: DVATtsat’ DVAH: двадцать три: twenty-three: DVATtsat’ TREE: двадцать четыре: twenty-four: DVATtsat’ cyTYry: двадцать пять: twenty-five: DVATtsat’ PYAT’