An introduction to French numbers with audio examples. As in all languages, numbers are very important to learn.
Your first numbers in French
|There is one house||Il y a une maison|
|There are two cars||Il y a deux voitures|
|He has two minutes||Il a deux minutes|
|She has two hours||Elle a deux heures|
|We have 100 Euro||Nous avons cent Euro|
|There are three boys||
Il y a trois garçons
|Six eggs please||
Six oeufs s'il vous plait
Il y a = There is / There are
Were as :
Il a = He has
Elle a = She has
Nous avons = We have
This comes from the verb "Avoir" = to have.
As in English, the noun generally takes an "s" when plural. The exceptions and rules will be explained later.