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In this vocabulary lesson on Russian numbers Alena from Mahalo teaches how to count from 1 to 10.
You should use cardinal numbers to count things and objects, or tell time and date. Cardinal numbers are simply numbers like "one", "two", "three" as opposed to ordinal numbers that show the order in sequence like "first", "second", "third", etc.
Here are the numbers one to ten in Russian:
1 один [ah-DEEN]
2 два [dvah]
3 три [tree]
4 четыре [che-TYH-ree]
5 пять [pyat']
6 шесть [shehst']
7 семь [syehm]
8 восемь [VOH-seem]
9 девять [DYEH-vit']
10 десять [DYEH-sit']
By the way, the verb "to count" will be "считать" in Russian. You can learn how to use this word in this lesson.
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