How to Say the Numbers in Bulgarian - an Inspiring Lesson

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Do you want to learn the numbers in Bulgarian? This video will help you memorise them easily, with fun, and with inspiration. Saying the word and doing the action will greatly accelerate the learning process.
First, we start by counting from 1 to 8. Once we master these numbers, we continue with 9 and 10 to finish with the numbers in Bulgarian from 11 to 20.

There are two different ways to say the numbers from 11 to 20 which are both correct. You can pronounce 11 as единайсет or as единадесет, 12 as дванайсет or дванадесет, etc. I prefer the first one as it is much more common and widely used. You can also notice that when I speak I do not really pronounce the "т" letter at the end of the words. This is not accepted as a grammatically correct form, so do not use it when writing. Nevertheless, this is how most of the Bulgarian people would say it. Thus, if you want to sound more authentic when speaking, listen to the way I pronounce the numbers in the video.

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