Polish numbers 1 – 100

Today a quick and easy lesson with Polish numbers from 1 to 100. It is always good idea to learn numbers quickly when studying a foreign language since they are very popular and used a lot.

Let start with Polish numbers from 1 to 20 first and then we will learn numbers like 30, 40, 50 and so on up to 100. I will also explain how to create in Polish numbers like 27, 47, 87. For a change this is relatively easy 🙂 OK, let’s start:

1 Play audio jeden
2 Play audio dwa
3 Play audio trzy
4 Play audio cztery
5 Play audio pięć
6 Play audio sześć
7 Play audio siedem
8 Play audio osiem
9 Play audio dziewięć
10 Play audio dziesięć
11 Play audio jedenaście
12 Play audio dwanaście
13 Play audio trzynaście
14 Play audio czternaście
15 Play audio piętnaście
16 Play audio szesnaście
17 Play audio siedemnaście
18 Play audio osiemnaście
19 Play audio dziewiętnaście
20 Play audio dwadzieścia

Let’s say them also one by one: Play audio 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20.

Now Polish numbers like 10, 20, 30, 40 and so on until 100. Here we go:

10 Play audio dziesięć
20 Play audio dwadzieścia
30 Play audio trzydzieści
40 Play audio czterdzieści
50 Play audio pięćdziesiąt
60 Play audio sześćdziesiąt
70 Play audio siedemdziesiąt
80 Play audio osiemdziesiąt
90 Play audio dziewięćdziesiąt
100 Play audio sto

And again, let’s say them one by one: Play audio 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100.

If you looked carefully you might noticed a pattern or patterns, these numbers are created by using the “teen” number and one of the endings: dzieści, dziesiąt. Of course, one hundred (sto) is not created using any of these pattern, it is just separate word.

Finally, lets have a look how we can create numbers like 45, 27, 88, 91 and so on. I mentioned this is quite simple once you know all the numbers above. To create complex numbers like 34, 65, 81 and so on, you need to combine bigger number with smaller number. For instance number:

Play audio 57 pięćdziesiąt siedem (It is like saying quickly “50” and “7”)

Play audio 93 dziewięćdziesiąt trzy (Say 90 and 3)

Play audio 88 osiemdziesiąt osiem (Say 80 and 8)

Play audio 46 czterdzieści sześć (Say 40 and 6)

Play audio 25 dwadzieścia pięć (Say 20 and 5)

Play audio 33 trzydzieści trzy (Say 30 and 3)

Play audio 61 sześćdziesiąt jeden (Say 60 and 1)

Play audio 74 siedemdziesiąt cztery (Say 70 and 4)

That is all really, I hope you have found this informative. I agree, learning the Polish numbers and any other numbers is perhaps not exiting but they are very important part of the language and you will use them a lot. To learn just visit this page a few times, play audio files and try to pronounce Polish numbers many times. It is also a good idea to create random numbers yourself and try to pronounce them. If you are not sure if you are correct, you can refer to this page or even use google translate – if you type number there and set the translation to Polish, it will give you decent pronunciation.

Please leave the comment below if you have any question regarding Polish numbers or Polish language.

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