# How do you count to 20 in Chinese?

## How do you count to 20 in Chinese?

Practice these and get them down, and when you’re ready for more numbers, check out Chinese Numbers 1 – 100….Mandarin Numbers 1 – 20 Posted by Transparent Language on Oct 19, 2012 in Uncategorized, Vocabulary.

0 líng
17 十七 shí qī
18 十八 shí bā
19 十九 shí jiǔ
20 二十 èr shí

## How do you count from 1 to 100 in Chinese?

Counting from 1 to 10 in Chinese

1. 1 一 yī one.
2. 2 二 èr two.
3. 3 三 sān three.
4. 4 四 sì four.
5. 5 五 wǔ five.
6. 6 六 lìu six.
7. 7 七 qī seven.
8. 8 八 bā eight.

What are numbers 1 to 10 in Chinese?

Chinese Numbers 1 to 10： 一到十

English Chinese Pinyin
seven
eight
nine jiǔ
ten shí

### What is the number 0 in Chinese?

Zero. The number 0 (零, pinyin: líng) is the beginning of all things and is generally considered a good number, because it sounds like ‘ling’, which means ‘good’.

### What kind of numerals do they use in China?

While China has for many uses adopted the Arabic numeral system familiar around the world, it also still uses its native Chinese character number system. The Chinese system is also a base-10 system, but has important differences in the way the numbers are represented. Chinese has characters for numbers 0 through 9, as seen above.