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German Numbers – Counting in German up to 999,999 🥇

Today you will learn the German numbers 1 up to 999,999.

No need to learn all numbers by heart ❌ There’s a system.

Counting in German is easy if you do it right!

German numbers | Counting in German to 999,999

German numbers | How to count in German (1 to 999,999)

You don’t need to learn all German numbers up to 999,999 by heart. If you see the pattern you are able to continue the series of numbers by yourself.

Usually we don’t write numbers in words. We write one to ten in words, then we write just figures 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 …

Please also note that in some cases the g at the end of a word sounds rather like a ch especially when the word ends with ig.

By the way, numbers in German means Zahlen and to count means zählen.

Period or comma in numbers?

I know that the use of the comma and the period in German numbers often leads to confusion. You just have to remember the following:

In German we use the comma as the decimal separator and the period as the thousands separator.

In Germany it is in contrast to e.g. England. In England you write it the other way around.

In Germany:
one thousand = 1.000

In England: 
one thousand = 1,000

Let’s listen to the numbers in German, starting with one

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      Lesson 30

Counting in German 1 to 10

1 = eins

2 = zwei

3 = drei

4 = vier

5 = fünf

6 = sechs

7 = sieben

8 = acht

9 = neun

10 = zehn

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      Lesson 30

The numbers from 11 to 20 can also be a little tricky.

11 = elf

12 = zwölf

13 = dreizehn

14 = vierzehn

15 = fünfzehn

16 = sechzehn

17 = siebzehn

18 = achtzehn

19 = neunzehn

20 = zwanzig

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      Lesson 30

Here you can clearly see the pattern in the numbers.

21 = einundzwanzig

22 = zweiundzwanzig

23 = dreiundzwanzig

24 = vierundzwanzig

25 = fünfundzwanzig

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      Lesson 30
30 = dreißig

31 = einunddreißig

32 = zweiunddreißig

33 = dreiunddreißig

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40 = vierzig

50 = fünfzig

60 = sechzig

70 = siebzig

80 = achtzig

90 = neunzig

100 = einhundert (hundert)

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      Lesson 30
101 = einhunderteins

102 = einhundertzwei

103 = einhundertdrei

110 = einhundertzehn

111 = einhundertelf

120 = einhundertzwanzig

121 = einhunderteinundzwanzig

130 = einhundertdreißig

131 = einhunderteinunddreißig

140 = einhundertvierzig

150 = einhundertfünfzig

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200 = zweihundert

201 = zweihunderteins

210 = zweihundertzehn

300 = dreihundert

400 = vierhundert

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1.000 = eintausend (tausend)

1.001 = eintausendeins

1.100 = eintausendeinhundert

2.000 = zweitausend

3.000 = dreitausend

10.000 = zehntausend

100.000 = einhunderttausend

999.999 🙂

= neunhundertneunundneunzigtausendneunhundertneunundneunzig

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Lessons

Here are some basic lessons:

Start with words that are equal
Similarities between German and English

There is a trick you need to know
German Articles: der, die, das

We have two main indefinite articles
Indefinite Articles: ein, eine

Don't let our special letters confuse you
German Alphabet ABC

The words bin, bist, is, sind, seid
The Word „is“ in German

Pers. Pronouns Part 1
I, you, he, she, it in German

Learn the basic colors and some fruits
Colors in German and Fruits

The plural article always stays the same
German Plural – Article: die

Numbers 1 to 5, and how to calculate
One in German, also 2-5

Pers. Pronouns Part 2
We, you, they in German

Pers. Pronouns Part 3
I love you in German

sie/Sie (confusing German word)
You, she, they in German

Pronouns instead of articles and nouns
Er sie es instead of the noun

To be and to have in German
Conjugation of sein and haben

The Cases Nominative and Accusative
Accusative Case den

More basic lessons here:
German Lessons for Beginners

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19 important words and phrases!
Thank you, Hello and Yes in German

How to use the word like in German
I like in German

Examples of opposites in German
German Opposites

Learn how to say your age
How old are you?

German Accusative Case with einen
Accusative Case einen

How to use the modal verb können
Modal Verb können

How to say My name is... in German
My name is… in German

How to use: my, your, his, her in German
My, your, his, her in German

How to use: our, your, their in German
Our, your, their in German

How to say Happy Birthday in German
Happy Birthday in German

We have 26 letters but there’re umlauted forms with 2 dots.
German Umlauts Ä, Ö, Ü

How to tell the time in German
Telling Time in German

2 easy ways of expressing the future tense
Future Tense in German

How to say Excuse me in German and more
Excuse me in German

Position of adjectives in a sentence
German Adjectives

How to count in German to 999,999
Counting in German to 999,999

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How to say Cheers in German and other phrases
Cheers in German

TPRS Lesson with Q/A-Technique
Funny Vocabulary Lesson

Use comparative adjectives to describe the differences
Comparative Adjectives

Another TPRS Lesson with Q/A-Technique
TPRS Vocabulary Lesson

Adjectives with same meaning in GER and ENG
Adjectives GER=ENG

European countries and their capital cities
Countries and Capitals

Learn the punctuation marks
Punctuation marks in German

Learn the days of the week in German
Days of the Week in German

You can separate the German prefix from a verb
German Prefix | Separable Verbs

The difference between dann and denn
Difference between dann and denn

The difference between gern and gerne
Difference between gern and gerne

Some blog articles 

15 ways to say 'thank you' in German:
Thank you in German

10 long German words you can’t pronounce:
Long German Words

Let's find out how the stars judge your character:
Zodiac Star Signs in German

45 ways to greet someone in German
Good morning in German

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Nice things you could say to your sweetheart
Romantic German Phrases

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Time in Germany

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