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Lesson 1: Getting Started

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Counting from 1 to 20 in Italian

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The Italian numbers from 1 to 20 are as follows:

1uno11undici
2due12dodici
3tre13tredici
4quattro14quattordici
5cinque15quindici
6sei16sedici
7sette17diciassette
8otto18diciotto
9nove19dicianove
10dieci20venti
from 1 to 20


Exercise
The currency in Italy is the Euro (€). After a trip to Florence, your brother owes you some money. Can you say in Italian, how much he has to give back to you?

Example:
13 Euros
tredici Euros


Italian Euro coins with blueprints by Leonardo da Vinci.

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7 Euros
?
12 Euros
?
20 Euros
?
2 Euros
?
17 Euros
?
18 Euros
?
9 Euros
?
3 Euros
?




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