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20 New Mandarin Chinese "Numbers" Lessons (!)

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We're excited to announce that 席爱娜 Xi Aina (Diana) has just published 20 new "Numbers" lessons for Mandarin Chinese via Language Mentor

These lessons will teach you how to talk about numbers in Chinese, from zero all the way up to millions. They also show how we talk about dates, time, money, identification numbers, etc. 

Lesson Titles:

  • ​Numbers #1: Single Digit Numbers
  • Numbers #2: 10, 20, 30 etc.
  • Numbers #3: 11, 22, 33, etc.
  • Numbers #4: 100, 200, 300, etc.
  • Numbers #5: 111, 222, 333, etc.
  • Numbers #6: 101, 202, 303, etc.
  • Numbers #7: Random 2-digit Numbers
  • Numbers #8: Random 3-digit Numbers
  • Numbers #9: Years & Telephone Numbers
  • Numbers #10: Telephone & Identification Numbers
  • Numbers #11: Months
  • Numbers #12: Weekdays, Today, Yesterday Etc.
  • Numbers #13: Dates and Weekdays Practice
  • Numbers #14: Times
  • Numbers #15: Half Past, Quarter After, Etc.
  • Numbers #16: Times of Day
  • Numbers #17: Time Sentences
  • Numbers #18: Money
  • Numbers #19: Thousands
  • Numbers #20: Tens of Thousands and More


Lesson Scripts:

 

Numbers #1: Single Digit Numbers

Announcer:

Single Digit Numbers

A:

One



B:

Two
Èr


A:

Three
Sān


B:

Four



A:

Five



B:

Six
Liù


A:

Seven



B:

Eight



A:

Nine
Jiǔ


B:

Zero
Líng

 

Numbers #2: 10, 20, 30 etc. 

Announcer:

10, 20, 30 etc.

A:

Ten
Shí


B:

Twenty
Èrshí
二十

A:

Thirty
Sānshí
三十

B:

Forty
Sìshí
四十

A:

Fifty
Wǔshí
五十

B:

Sixty
Liùshí
六十

A:

Seventy
Qīshí
七十

B:

Eighty
Bāshí
八十

A:

Ninety
Jiǔshí

九十

Numbers #3: 11, 22, 33, etc. 

Announcer:

11, 22, 33, etc.

A:

Eleven
Shíyī
十一

B:

Twenty-two
Èrshíèr
二十二

A:

Thirty-three
Sānshísān
三十三

B:

Forty-four
Sìshísì
四十四

A:

Fifty-five
Wǔshíwǔ
五十五

B:

Sixty-six
Liùshíliù
六十六

A:

Seventy-seven
Qīshíqī
七十七

B:

Eighty-eight
Bāshíbā
八十八

A:

Ninety-nine
Juǐshíjiǔ
九十九

Numbers #4: 100, 200, 300, etc. 

Announcer:

100, 200, 300, etc.

A:

Hundred
Bǎi


B:

One hundred
Yībǎi
一百

A:

Two hundred
Èrbǎi
二百

B:

Three hundred
Sānbǎi
三百

A:

Four hundred
Sìbǎi
四百

B:

Five hundred
Wǔbǎi
五百

A:

Six hundred
Liùbǎi
六百

B:

Seven hundred
Qībǎi
七百

A:

Eight hundred
Bābǎi
八百

B:

Nine hundred
Jiǔbǎi
九百

Numbers #5: 111, 222, 333, etc. 

Announcer:

111, 222, 333, etc.

A:

One hundred and eleven
Yībǎi yīshíyī
一百一十一

B:

Two hundred and twenty-two
Èrbǎi èrshíèr
二百二十二

A:

Three hundred and thirty-three
Sānbǎi sānshísān
三百三十三

B:

Four hundred and forty-four
Sìbǎi sìshísì
四百四十四

A:

Five hundred and fifty-five
Wǔbǎi wǔshíwǔ
五百五十五

B:

Six hundred and sixty-six
Liùbǎi liùshíliù
六百六十六

A:

Seven hundred and seventy-seven
Qībǎi qīshíqī
七百七十七

B:

Eight hundred and eighty-eight
Bābǎi bāshíbā
八百八十八

A:

Nine hundred and ninety-nine
Jiǔbǎi jiǔshíjiǔ
九百九十九

Numbers #6: 101, 202, 303, etc. 

Announcer:

101, 202, 303, etc.

A:

One hundred and one
Yībǎi líng yī
一百零一

B:

Two hundred and two
Èrbǎi líng èr
二百零二

A:

Three hundred and three
Sānbǎi líng sān
三百零三

B:

Four hundred and four
Sìbǎi líng sì
四百零四

A:

Five hundred and five
Wǔbǎi líng wǔ
五百零五

B:

Six hundred and six
Liùbǎi líng liù
六百零六

A:

Seven hundred and seven
Qībǎi líng qī
七百零七

B:

Eight hundred and eight
Bābǎi líng bā
八百零八

A:

Nine hundred and nine
Jiǔbǎi líng jiǔ
九百零九

Numbers #7: Random 2-digit Numbers 

Announcer:

Random 2-digit Numbers

A:

Seventy-one
Qīshíyī
七十一

B:

Thirty-six
Sānshíliù
三十六

A:

Ninety-two
Jiǔshíèr
九十二

B:

Thirty-seven
Sānshíqī
三十七

A:

Eighty-four
Bāshísì
八十四

B:

Twenty-two
Èrshíèr
二十二

A:

Nineteen
Shíjiǔ
十九

B:

Twenty-eight
Èrshíbā
二十八

A:

Fifty
Wǔshí
五十

B:

Forty-three
Sìshísān
四十三

A:

Seventy-eight
Qīshíbā
七十八

B:

Sixty-five
Liùshíwǔ
六十五

A:

Thirty-five
Sānshíwǔ
三十五

B:

Forty-seven
Sìshíqī
四十七

A:

Twenty-six
Èrshíliù
二十六

B:

Eighty-two
Bāshíèr
八十二

A:

Thirty-nine
Sānshíjiǔ
三十九

B:

Fifty-two
Wǔshíèr
五十二

A:

Sixty-three
Liùshísān
六十三

B:

Ninety-one
Jiǔshíyī
九十一

A:

Ten
Shí

Numbers #8: Random 3-digit Numbers 

Announcer:

Random 3-digit Numbers

A:

Six hundred and fourteen
Liùbǎi yīshísì
六百一十四

B:

Four hundred and ninety-seven
Sìbǎi jiǔshíqī
四百九十七

A:

Four hundred and thirty-two
Sìbǎi sānshíèr
四百三十二

B:

Two hundred and seventy-six
Èrbǎi qīshíliù
二百七十六

A:

Nine hundred and forty-eight
Jiǔbǎi sìshíbā
九百四十八

B:

Seven hundred and twenty-seven
Qībǎi èrshíqī
七百二十七

A:

Eight hundred and thirty-one
Bābǎi sānshíyī
八百三十一

B:

Nine hundred and forty-two
Jiǔbǎi sìshíèr
九百四十二

A:

Two hundred and seventy-three
Èrbǎi qīshísān
二百七十三

B:

Seven hundred and thirty
Qībǎi sānshí
七百三十

A:

Seven hundred and twenty-one
Qībǎi èrshíyī
七百二十一

B:

One hundred and sixty-eight
Yībǎi liùshíbā
一百六十八

A:

Three hundred and eighty-four
Sānbǎi bāshísì
三百八十四

B:

Eight hundred and thirty-four
Bābǎi sānshísì
八百三十四

A:

Four hundred and ninety-six
Sìbǎi jiǔshíliù
四百九十六

B:

Six hundred and fifteen
Liùbǎi yīshíwǔ
六百一十五

A:

Five hundred and two
Wǔbǎi líng èr
五百零二

B:

Seven hundred and twenty-three
Qībǎi èrshísān
七百二十三

A:

One hundred and seven
Yībǎi líng qī
一百零七

B:

Three hundred and eighty-nine
Sānbǎi bāshíjiǔ
三百八十九

A:

One hundred and sixty
Yībǎi liùshí
一百六十

Numbers #9: Years & Telephone Numbers 

Announcer:

Years & Telephone Numbers

A:

The year 2011
Èr líng yī yī nián
2011 年

B:

2014
Èr líng yī sì nián
2014 年

A:

2001
Èr líng líng yī nián
2001 年

B:

2006
Èr líng líng liù nián
2006 年

A:

1873
Yī bā qī sān nián
1873 年

B:

1933
Yī jiǔ sān sān nián
1933 年

A:

1644
Yī liù sì sì nián
1644 年

B:

1951
Yī jiǔ wǔ yī nián
1951 年

A:

In 1951, what was your phone number?
Yī jiǔ wǔ yī nián, nǐde diànhuà hàomǎ shì duōshǎo?
1951年,你的电话号码是多少?

B:

In 1951 I wasn't born!
Yī jiǔ wǔ yī nián wǒ měiyǒu chūshēng!
1951年我没有电话!

A:

In 2001, what was your phone number?
Èr líng líng yī nián, nǐde diànhuà hàomǎ shì duōshǎo?
2001年,你的电话号码是多少?

B:

029 ...
Líng èr jiǔ ...
029……

9342 ...
jiǔ sān sì èr ...
9342……

6547.
liù wǔ sì qī.
6547。

A:

What's your phone number?
Nǐde diànhuà hàomǎ shì duōshǎo?
你的电话号码是多少?

B:

0597 ...
Líng wǔ jiǔ qī ...
0597……

4675 ...
sì liù qī wǔ ...
4675……

6857.
liù bā wǔ qī.
6857。

A:

What's your work phone number?
Nǐde gōngzuò diànhuà hàomǎ shì duōshǎo?
你的工作电话号码是多少?

B:

My work number is 0482 ...
Wǒde gōngzuò hàomǎ shì líng sì bā èr ...
我的工作电话号码是0482……

5820 ...
wǔ bā èr líng ...
5820……

5674.
wǔ liù qī sì.
5674。

Numbers #10: Telephone & Identification Numbers 

Announcer:

Telephone & Identification Numbers

A:

The word "one", when used in telephone and identification numbers
Yāo


B:

My telephone number is one eight six ...
Wǒde diànhuà hàomǎ shì yāo bā liù ...
我的电话号码是186……

one two three six ...
yāo èr sān liù ...
1236……

nine seven five four.
jiǔ qī wǔ sì.
9754。

A:

My room number is one seven zero two.
Wǒde fángjiān hào shì yāo qī líng èr.
我的房间号是1702。

B:

My passport number is three four zero zero zero ...
Wǒde hùzhào hàomǎ shì sān sì líng líng líng ...
我的护照号码是34000……

seven one three one.
qī yāo sān yāo.
7131。

A:

My ID card number is ...
Wǒde shēnfènzhèng hàomǎ shì ...
我的身份证号码是……

one one zero - zero zero zero ...
yāo yāo líng, líng líng líng ...
110,000……

seven four three - one six nine ...
qī sì sān, yāo liù jiǔ ...
743,169……

one zero one - seven eight one.
yāo líng yāo, qī bā yāo.
101,781。

B:

My password is one one zero one zero one.
Wǒde mìmǎ shì yāo yāo líng yāo líng yāo.
我的密码是110101。

Numbers #11: Months 

Announcer:

Months

A:

Month or Moon
Yuè


B:

January
Yīyuè
一月

A:

February
Èryuè
二月

B:

March
Sānyuè
三月

A:

April
Sìyuè
四月

B:

May
Wǔyuè
五月

A:

June
Liùyuè
六月

B:

July
Qīyuè
七月

A:

August
Bāyuè
八月

B:

September
Jiǔyuè
九月

A:

October
Shíyuè
十月

B:

November
Shíyīyuè
十一月

A:

December
Shíèryuè
十二月

Numbers #12: Weekdays, Today, Yesterday Etc. 

Announcer:

Weekdays, Today, Yesterday Etc.

A:

Week
Zhōu


B:

Monday
Zhōuyī
周一

A:

Tuesday
Zhōuèr
周二

B:

Wednesday
Zhōusān
周三

A:

Thursday
Zhōusì
周四

B:

Friday
Zhōuwǔ
周五

A:

Saturday
Zhōuliù
周六

B:

Day



A:

Sunday
Zhōurì
周日

B:

Week
Xīngqī
星期

A:

Monday
Xīngqīyī
星期一

B:

Tuesday
Xīngqīèr
星期二

A:

Wednesday
Xīngqīsān
星期三

B:

Thursday
Xīngqīsì
星期四

A:

Friday
Xīngqīwǔ
星期五

B:

Saturday
Xīngqīliù
星期六

A:

Day
Tiān


B:

Sunday
Xīngqītiān
星期天

A:

Today
Jīntiān
今天

B:

Tomorrow
Míngtiān
明天

A:

Yesterday
Zuótiān
昨天

Numbers #13: Dates and Weekdays Practice 

Announcer:

Dates and Weekdays Practice

A:

Today is Thursday.
Jīntiān shì xīngqīsì.
今天是星期四。

B:

Today is August 2nd, 2017.
Jīntiān shì èr líng yī qī nián bāyuè èr hào.
今天是2017年8月2号。

A:

Tomorrow is Monday.
Míngtiān shì xīngqīyī.
明天是星期一。

B:

Tomorrow is November 23rd, 2050.
Míngtiān shì èr líng wǔ líng nián shíyīyuè èrshísān hào.
明天是2050年11月23号。

A:

September has 30 days.
Jiǔyuè yǒu sānshí tiān.
九月有30天。

B:

Yesterday was Saturday.
Zuótiān shì zhōuliù.
昨天是周六。

A:

Yesterday was October 1st, 1949.
Zuótiān shì yī jiǔ sì jiǔ nián shíyuè yī hào.
昨天是1949年10月1号。

B:

Wednesday is July 21st.
Xīngqīsān shì qīyuè èrshíyī hào.
星期三是7月21号。

A:

January has 31 days.
Yīyuè yǒu sānshíyī tiān.
一月有31天。

B:

March 13th, 2028 is a Monday.
Èr líng èr bā nián sānyuè shísān hào shì yígè xīngqīyī.
2028年3月13号是一个星期一。

A:

Friday is May 8th.
Xīngqīwǔ shì wǔyuè bā hào.
星期五是5月8号。

B:

December 31st is a Sunday.
Shíèryuè sānshíyī hào shì yígè xīngqītiān.
12月31号是一个星期天。

A:

April has 30 days.
Sìyuè yǒu sānshí tiān.
四月有30天。

B:

Thursday is June 5th.
Xīngqīsì shì liùyuè wǔ hào.
星期四是6月5号。

A:

February 17th, 2001 is a Saturday.
Èr líng líng yī nián èryuè shíqī hào shì yígè xīngqīliù.
2001年2月17号是一个星期六。

Numbers #14: Times 

Announcer:

Times

A:

Point or o'clock
Diǎn


B:

Three o'clock
Sān diǎn
三点

A:

Two o'clock
Liǎng diǎn
两点

B:

Eight o'clock
Bā diǎn
八点

A:

Eleven o'clock
Shíyī diǎn
十一点

B:

5:32
Wǔ diǎn sānshíèr
五点三十二

A:

10:02
Shí diǎn líng èr
十点零二

B:

1:47
Yī diǎn sìshíqī
一点四十七

A:

5:56
Wǔ diǎn wǔshíliù
五点五十六

B:

12:11
Shíèr diǎn shíyī
十二点十一

A:

9:23
Jiǔ diǎn èrshísān
九点二十三

B:

Minute
Fēn


A:

Ten after eight
Bā diǎn shí fēn
八点十分

B:

Ten after eleven
Shíyī diǎn shí fēn
十一点十分

A:

Ten after nine
Jiǔ diǎn shí fēn
九点十分

B:

Ten after twelve
Shíèr diǎn shí fēn
十二点十分

A:

Ten after seven
Qī diǎn shí fēn
七点十分

Numbers #15: Half Past, Quarter After, Etc. 

Announcer:

Half Past, Quarter After, Etc.

A:

Half or Half past
Bàn


B:

Half past three
Sān diǎn bàn
三点半

A:

Half past six
Liù diǎn bàn
六点半

B:

Quarter



A:

Quarter after
Yí kè
一刻

B:

Three quarters after or Quarter of
Sān kè
三刻

A:

Quarter after five
Wǔ diǎn yí kè
五点一刻

B:

Quarter of eleven
Shí diǎn sān kè
十点三刻

A:

Quarter after eleven
Shíyī diǎn yí kè
十一点一刻

B:

Quarter of three
Liǎng diǎn sān kè
两点三刻

A:

Quarter after eight
Bā diǎn yí kè
八点一刻

B:

Quarter of five
Sì diǎn sān kè
四点三刻

Numbers #16: Times of Day 

Announcer:

Times of Day

A:

Morning or AM
Shàngwǔ
上午

B:

Afternoon or PM
Xiàwǔ
下午

A:

Evening or PM
Wǎnshàng
晚上

B:

Half past two AM
Shàngwǔ liǎng diǎn bàn
上午两点半

A:

Nine twenty-four AM
Shàngwǔ jiǔ diǎn èrshísì
上午九点二十四

B:

Quarter after three in the afternoon
Xiàwǔ sān diǎn yī kè
下午三点一刻

A:

Five forty-eight PM
Xiàwǔ wǔ diǎn sìshíbā
下午五点四十八

B:

Five after nine PM
Wǎnshàng jiǔ diǎn líng wǔ
晚上九点零五

A:

Quarter of eleven in the evening
Wǎnshàng shí diǎn sān kè
晚上十点三刻

B:

The middle of the day
Zhōngwǔ
中午

A:

The middle of the night
Wǔyè
午夜

B:

Twelve noon
Zhōngwǔ shíèr diǎn
中午十二点

A:

Twelve midnight
Wǔyè shíèr diǎn
午夜十二点

Numbers #17: Time Sentences 

Announcer:

Time Sentences

Vocabulary
Cíhuì
词汇

A:

What time
Jǐdiǎn
几点

B:

When
Shénme shíhou
什么时候

Announcer:

Dialogue
Duìhuà
对话

A:

What time is it?
Jǐdiǎn le?
几点了?

B:

Eight twenty-five.
Bā diǎn èrshíwǔ.
八点二十五。

What time - flight?
Jǐdiǎn de fēijī?
几点的飞机?

A:

Eleven fifty PM - flight.
Wǎnshàng shíyī diǎn wǔshí de fēijī.
晚上十一点五十的飞机。

What time - eat dinner?
Jǐdiǎn chī wǎnfàn?
几点吃晚饭?

B:

Quarter of seven in the evening - eat dinner.
Wǎnshàng liù diǎn sān kè chī wǎnfàn.
晚上六点三刻吃晚饭。

We - when - meet?
Wǒmen shénme shíhou jiànmiàn?
我们什么时候见面?

A:

Tomorrow afternoon - half past two - I have time.
Míngtiān xiàwǔ liǎng diǎn bàn wǒ yǒu kòng.
明天下午两点半我有空。

You - every day - what time - go to work?
Nǐ měitiān jǐdiǎn shàngbān?
你每天几点上班?

B:

I - every day - ten after ten - go to work.
Wǒ měitiān shí diǎn shí fēn shàngbān.
我每天十点十分上班。

Most Chinese people - nine AM - go to work.
Dà bùfen Zhōngguórén shàngwǔ jiǔdiǎn shàng bān.
大部分中国人上午九点上班。

When does your party start?
Nǐ de pàiduì shénme shíhou kāishǐ?
你的派对什么时候开始?

A:

Today - quarter after seven in the evening - starts.
Jīntiān wǎnshàng qīdiǎn yí kè kāishǐ.
今天晚上七点一刻开始。

But you can - eight - nine - come.
Dànshì nǐ kěyǐ bā jiǔ diǎn lái.
但是你可以八九点来。

Tomorrow I have - meeting?
Míngtiān wǒ yǒu huìyì ma?
明天我有会议吗?

B:

Quarter of four in the afternoon tomorrow - you have a meeting.
Míngtiān xiàwǔ sān diǎn sān kè nǐ yǒu yígè huìyì.
明天下午三点三刻你有一个会议。

Meeting - quarter after six - ends.
Huìyì liù diǎn yí kè jiéshù.
会议六点一刻结束。

Today - evening - you plan to sleep - what time?
Jīntiān wǎnshàng nǐ dǎsuàn jǐdiǎn shuìjiào?
今天晚上你打算几点睡觉?

A:

I - probably - ten after eleven PM - sleep.
Wǒ dàgài wǎnshàng shíyī diǎn shí fēn shuìjiào.
我大概晚上十一点十分睡觉。

You - when - come?
Nǐ shénme shíhou lái?
你什么时候来?

B:

I - nine thirty-seven AM - come.
Wǒ shàngwǔ jiǔ diǎn sānshíqī lái.
我上午九点三十七来。

A:

You - when - go?
Nǐ shénme shíhou zǒu?
你什么时候走?

B:

I - one o'clock PM - go.
Wǒ xiàwǔ yī diǎn zǒu.
我下午一点走。

A:

Can you - half past one - go?
Nǐ kěyǐ yī diǎn bàn zǒu ma?
你可以一点半走吗?

B:

Sorry - can't. But I can one twenty - go.
Duìbùqǐ, bù kěyǐ. Dànshì wǒ kěyǐ yī diǎn èrshí zǒu.
对不起,不可以。但是我可以一点二十走。

Numbers #18: Money 

Announcer:

Money

Vocabulary
Cíhuì
词汇

A:

Five bucks, i.e. five RMB - an oral expression
Wǔ kuài
五块

B:

Five renminbi - semi-formal
Wǔ yuán
五元

A:

Five renminbi - formal
Wǔ rénmínbì
五人民币

B:

Five RMB money
Wǔ kuài qián
五块钱

A:

Five renminbi money - semi-formal
Wǔ yuán qián
五元钱

B:

Price
Jiàqián
价钱

A:

American style
Měishì
美式

B:

Cappuccino
Kǎbùqínuò
卡布奇诺

A:

Latte
Nátiě
拿铁

B:

Coca Cola
Kěkǒukělè
可口可乐

A:

Pair of something
Shuāng


B:

Layer or Floor in multi-floor building
Céng


A:

Two layers, as in two-storey building
Shuāngcéng
双层

B:

Cheese
Jíshì
吉士

A:

Hamburger
Hànbǎo
汉堡

B:

Double cheeseburger
Shuāngcéng jíshì hànbǎo
双层吉士汉堡

A:

French fries
Shǔtiáo
薯条

B:

Big Mac
Jùwúbà
巨无霸

A:

Wheat
Mài


B:

McDonald's
Màidāngláo
麦当劳

A:

Fragrant or Delicious
Xiāng


B:

Fish



A:

McDonald's filet of fish sandwich
Màixiāngyú
麦香鱼

B:

Pleasure or Happiness



A:

Chicken



B:

Chicken McNuggets
Màilèjī
麦乐鸡

Announcer:

Dialogue
Duìhuà
对话

A:

In China, Starbucks coffee - how much money - one cup?
Zài Zhōngguó, Xīngbākè kāfēi duōshǎo qián yì bēi?
在中国,星巴克咖啡多少钱一杯?

B:

From twenty RMB to forty RMB.
Cóng èrshí kuài dào sìshí kuài.
从二十块到四十块。

American style coffee - large cup - twenty-five RMB.
Měishì kāfēi dàbēi èrshíwǔ kuài.
美式咖啡大杯二十五块。

Cappuccino - large cup - thirty RMB.
Kǎbùqínuò dàbēi sānshí kuài.
卡布奇诺大杯三十块。

Latte - large cup - also thirty RMB.
Nátiě dàbēi yě sānshí kuai.
拿铁大杯也三十块。

A:

In China, McDonald's prices - expensive?
Zài Zhōngguó, Màidāngláo de jiàqián guì ma?
在中国,麦当劳的价钱贵吗?

B:

Not expensive.
Bú guì.
不贵。

Coca Cola - large cup - seven RMB.
Kěkǒukělè dàbēi qī kuài.
可口可乐大杯七块。

Coffee - nine RMB.
Kāfēi jiǔ kuài.
咖啡九块。

Double cheeseburger 15.5 RMB.
Shuāngcéng jíshì hànbǎo shíwǔ kuài wǔ.
双层吉士汉堡十五块五。

French fries 7.5 RMB.
Shǔtiáo qī kuài wǔ .
薯条七块五。

Big Mac seventeen RMB.
Jùwúbà shíqī kuài.
巨无霸十七块。

Hamburger seven RMB.
Hànbǎo qī kuài.
汉堡七块。

Filet of fish sandwich sixteen RMB.
Màixiāngyú shíliù kuài.
麦香鱼十六块。

Chicken McNuggets nine RMB.
Màilèjī jiǔ kuài.
麦乐鸡九块。

Numbers #19: Thousands 

Announcer:

Thousands

A:

Thousand
Qiān


B:

One thousand, two hundred and thirty-four
Yīqiān èrbǎi sānshísì
一千二百三十四

A:

Two thousand, three hundred and forty-five
Liǎngqiān sānbǎi sìshíwǔ
两千三百四十五

B:

Three thousand, four hundred and fifty-six
Sānqiān sìbǎi wǔshíliù
三千四百五十六

A:

Four thousand, five hundred and sixty-seven
Sìqiān wǔbǎi liùshíqī
四千五百六十七

B:

Five thousand, six hundred and seventy-eight
Wǔqiān liùbǎi qīshíbā
五千六百七十八

A:

Six thousand, seven hundred and eighty-nine
Liùqiān qībǎi bāshíjiǔ
六千七百八十九

B:

One thousand and one
Yīqiān líng yī
一千零一

A:

Two thousand and two
Liǎng qiān líng èr
两千零二

B:

Three thousand and three
Sānqiān líng sān
三千零三

A:

Nine thousand and nine
Jiǔqiān líng jiǔ
九千零九

B:

One thousand and eleven
Yīqiān líng shíyī
一千零十一

A:

Two thousand and twenty-two
Liǎngqiān líng èrshíèr
两千零二十二

B:

Three thousand and thirty-three
Sānqiān líng sānshísān
三千零三十三

A:

Nine thousand and ninety-nine
Jiǔqiān líng jiǔshíjiǔ
九千零九十九

B:

Eight thousand, six hundred and seventy-nine
Bāqiān liùbǎi qīshíjiǔ
八千六百七十九

A:

Nine thousand, three hundred and two
Jiǔqiān sānbǎi líng èr
九千三百零二

B:

Two thousand, two hundred and twenty-two
Liǎngqiān èrbǎi èrshíèr
两千二百二十二

Numbers #20: Tens of Thousands and More 

Announcer:

Tens of Thousands and More

A:

Ten Thousand
Wàn


B:

Twelve thousand, three hundred and forty-five
Yīwàn liǎngqiān sānbǎi sìshíwǔ
一万两千三百四十五

A:

Twenty-three thousand, four hundred and fifty-six
Liǎngwàn sānqiān sìbǎi wǔshíliù
两万三千四百五十六

B:

Thirty-four thousand, five hundred and sixty-seven
Sānwàn sìqiān wǔbǎi liùshíqī
三万四千五百六十七

A:

Forty-five thousand, six hundred and seventy-eight
Sìwàn wǔqiān liùbǎi qīshíbā
四万五千六百七十八

B:

Fifty-six thousand, seven hundred and eighty-nine
Wǔwàn liùqiān qībǎi bāshíjiǔ
五万六千七百八十九

A:

Ten thousand and one
Yīwàn líng yī
一万零一

B:

Twenty thousand and two
Liǎngwàn líng èr
两万零二

A:

Thirty thousand and three
Sānwàn líng sān
三万零三

B:

Ninety thousand and nine
Jiǔwàn líng jiǔ
九万零九

A:

Ten thousand and eleven
Yīwàn líng shíyī
一万零十一

B:

Twenty thousand and twenty-two
Liǎngwàn líng èrshíèr
两万零二十二

A:

Thirty thousand and thirty-three
Sānwàn líng sānshísān
三万零三十三

B:

Ninety thousand and ninety-nine
Jiǔwàn líng jiǔshíjiǔ
九万零九十九

A:

Ten thousand, one hundred and eleven
Yīwàn líng yībǎi yīshíyī
一万零一百一十一

B:

Twenty thousand, two hundred and twenty-two
Liǎngwàn líng èrbǎi èrshíèr
两万零二百二十二

A:

Thirty thousand, three hundred and thirty-three
Sānwàn líng sānbǎi sānshísān
三万零三百三十三

B:

Ninety thousand, nine hundred and ninety-nine
Jiǔwàn líng jiǔbǎi jiǔshíjiǔ
九万零九百九十九

A:

One hundred thousand
Shíwàn
十万

B:

One million
Yībǎi wàn
一百万

A:

Ten million
Yīqiān wàn
一千万

B:

Eight hundred and ninety thousand
Bāshíjiǔ wàn
八十九万

A:

Three million, four hundred and twenty thousand
Sānbǎi sìshíèr wàn
三百四十二万

B:

Ninety-six million, seven hundred and eighty thousand
Jiǔqiān liùbǎi qīshíbā wàn
九千六百七十八万

A:

One hundred million
Yīyì
一亿

B:

One billion
Shíyì
十亿

A:

One hundred and eleven million, two hundred and twenty-two thousand, and three hundred and thirty-three
Yīyì yīqiān yībǎi èrshíèr wàn liǎngqiān sānbǎi sānshísān
一亿一千一百二十二万两千三百三十三

B:

Two billion, three hundred and thirty-three million, four hundred and forty-four thousand, and five hundred and fifty-five.
Èrshísānyì sānqiān sānbǎi sìshísì wàn sìqiān wǔbǎi wǔshíwǔ.
二十三亿三千三百四十四万四千五百五十五




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