Lesson Transcript

Okay, now it's your turn.
Do you remember how to say “What's your favorite number?”
What's your favorite number?
Imagine It's two. Do you remember how to say "two?"
two, two
Say “It's two.”
It's two.
Now answer the question saying “It's two.”
What's your favorite number?
It's two.
Now imagine it's four. Do you remember how to say “four?”
four, four
Say “It's four.”
It's four.
Now answer the question saying “It's four.”
What's your favorite number?
It's four.
Now imagine it's nine. Do you remember how to say “nine?”
nine, nine
Say “It's nine.”
It's nine.
Now answer the question saying “It's nine.”
What's your favorite number?
It's nine.
In this lesson, you learned numbers phrases you can use in your everyday life to talk about numbers.
You are now able to count like a native speaker!
See you in the next lesson!
Bye!

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Can you count to ten in English?

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One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Nine, Ten.