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French Level 1
    Unit 4: Leçon 1
    Les Nombres (Deuxième Parties)
    Excellente! You are doing so well! I am very excited to teach you how we tell time in French. However, before we can do this, we must first finish our studies of the numbers that are used in telling time. You can already count up to 30, maybe even 39 at this point! Just in case, we will begin with 30.

    Count with me:
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    30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39
    trente trente et un trente-deux trente-trois trente-quatre trente-cinq trente-six trente-sept trente-huit trente-neuf

    Let's move on! The number 40 is quarante. We will now count from 41-49, en français, bien sûr! (of course!):

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    41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49
    quarante et un quarante-deux quarante-trois quarante-quatre quarante-cinq quarante-six quarante-sept quarante-huit quarante-neuf

    We are now half way finished! Our next group is the 50's. First of course is 50, which is cinquante en français! From here on out, it should be very easy for you by now:

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    51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59
    cinquante et un cinquante-deux cinquante-trois cinquante-quatre cinquante-cinq cinquante-six cinquante-sept cinquante-huit cinquante-neuf

    Ah, you are doing soooo well! We are now ready for the number 60, which is soixante en français! (Now we both know that to tell time you only need to be able to count to soixante, but we are going to continue on to 69 anyway!) SOUND BYTE GOES HERE

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    61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69
    soixante et un soixante-deux soixante-trois soixante-quatre soixante-cinq soixante-six soixante-sept soixante-huit soixante-neuf

    Well, c'est tout! (that's it!) You are now ready to learn how to tell time in French!

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