In this lesson we will study the numbers and how to use them. You will learn to say your phone number, your age, date of birth and so on. In the first part of the lesson you will learn the cardinal numers and in the second - the ordinal numbers.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
|21||двадесет и едно||dvadeset i edno|
|22||двадесет и две||dvadeset i dve|
|23||двадесет и три||dvadeset i tri|
10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 900, 1000
1 000, 2 000, 3 000, 4 000, 5 000, 6 000, 7 000, 8 000, 9 000, 10 000
|2 000||две хиляди||dve hilyadi|
|3 000||три хиляди||tri hilyadi|
|4 000||четири хиляди||chetiri hilyadi|
|5 000||пет хиляди||pet hilyadi|
|6 000||шест хиляди||shest hilyadi|
|7 000||седем хиляди||sedem hilyadi|
|8 000||осем хиляди||osem hilyadi|
|9 000||девет хиляди||devet hilyadi|
|10 000||десет хиляди||deset hilyadi|
The ordinal numbers in Bulgarian are really easy to learn. Just look at the table and practice your listening.
|21||двадесет и първи||dvadeset i purvi|
|22||двадесет и втори||dvadeset i vtori|
|23||двадесет и трети||dvadeset i treti|
|24||двадсесет и четвърти||dvadeset i chetvurti|
|25||двадесет и пети||dvadeset i peti|
|26||двадесет и шести||dvadeset i shesti|
|27||двадесет и седми||dvadeset i sedmi|
|28||двадесет и осми||dvadeset i osmi|
|29||двадесет и девети||dvadeset i deveti|
|31||тридесет и първи||trideset i purvi|
- Мария: Здравей, Иван! Искаш ли да ми дойдеш на гости?
(Hi Ivan! Do you want to visit me at home?)
- Иван: Да, но не знам къде живееш....
(Yes, but I dont know where you live)
- Мария: Живея на ул. Монтевидео 5 (пет), блок 312 (триста и дванадесет) , 2ри (втори) вход. На третия етаж в ляво.
(I live on Montevideo 5 str, building 312, 2nd door. I live on the 3th floor on the left.
- Иван: А ще ми дадеш ли номера си, ако не упея да те намеря?
(Could you give me your phone number in case I can't find you?)
- Мария: Разбира се - 088 993 37 45 (нула осем осем девет девет три седем четири пет)
(Of course 088 993 37 45)
- Иван: А какъв е поводът?
(And what is the ocasion?)
- Мария: Имам рожден ден. На 13ти (тринадесети) март ставам на 32 (тридесет и две) години.
(I have a birthday. On 13th of March I turn 32.)
Listen to the Bulgarian numbers with the help of this video
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