How to Count to Ten in 3 Different Languages.

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About: R.I.P. James Owen Sullivan Aka The Rev Drummer For Avenged Sevenfold February 10, 1981 - December 28, 2009 "Dear God, I pray James "The Rev" Sullivan is in a little piece of heaven in the afterlife making t...

Intro: How to Count to Ten in 3 Different Languages.

I will show you how to count to ten in Polish, French, and Spanish. I added awesome pictures of the country's flag.

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Step 1: Polish

1 = Jeden (Yed-en)
2 = Dwa (dva)
3 = Trzy
4 = Cztery (Shtuh-dee) chtu-dy (make a slight r sound after uh ))
5 = piec (pi-airsh ( the sh sounds like measure))
6 = szesc (Shysht)
7 = Siedem (sheh-dem)
8 = Osiem (osh-em)
9 = dziewiec (jyev-enge (hint: sounds kind of like English seven))
10 = dziesiec (Jish-inj)

For better polish lessons go to:
http://youtube.com/user/magauchsein

The youtube account is not me, so I give all the credit to him. I even learned the numbers from him. I have only seen about 5/44 of his Polish lesson videos.

Step 2: French

1= Un (Spelled the way it sounds)
2= Deux (Doo)
3= trois (Twa)
4= quatre(Quatch-ra)
5= cinq (Senk)
6= six (Seese)
7= sept (Set)
8= huit (Weet)
9= Neuf (Noof)
10= dix (Deese)

Step 3: Spanish

1= uno (Ooh-no)
2= Dos (Dohss)
3= Tres(Tress)Roll your r)
4= Cuatro( Quatch-ro) Roll your "T" and "R"))
5= Cinco(Sink-Oh)
6= Seis(See-Ess)
7= Siete(See-ent-ay)
8= Ocho(Och-oh)
9= nueve(Noo-ev-ay)
10= diez (Dee-ess)

Depending on how many people like this, I might make more.

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    AuroraJ2acthompson

    Reply 1 year ago



    Q: There are two cats, trying to cross a river. 123-cat, and unduertwoi-cat. They both swim, but only 123-cat emerges. What happened?

    A: Undeurtwoi-cat sank. (Say it aloud and it makes more sense)


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    AuroraJ2I love France

    Reply 1 year ago

    You'd pronounce it 'caht' like cat, but kinda like 'cot'.. in the middle.

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    Viquezug

    4 years ago on Introduction

    It would be a lot more easy to understand the pronunciation if you used the IPA.

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    bperán

    6 years ago on Step 3

    En realidad se pronuncia exactamente igual a como se escribe. Eso, con todos mis respetos, solo hace que se pronuncien mal las palabras en español. En español no se pronuncian las "h" a no ser que lleve una "c" delante "ch", así que no pongas las "h" de la pronunciación, ya que el español no es tan suave y fluido como el inglés.

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    Wolf Seril

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Russian is similar to Polish:

    Adeen, Dva, Tree, Chiteeree, Pyat, Sheyst, Seym, Vocem, Dyevyat, Dyevsyat.
    Transliterations, obviously, because I don't feel like writing the Cyrillic.

    And Japanese is fun:
    Ichi, Ni, San, Shi, Go, Roku, Shichi, Hachi, Ku, Ju

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    Foaly7

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Your next instructable: "How to count to 3 in 10 different languages".

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    HAHAHA, latin is one of my new classes. Now I can really impress the teacher!

    I'm such a teachers pet... and a nerd.