Numbers: 100-999

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Once you’ve learned how to count to 100,* you shouldn’t have any trouble understanding the French numbers 100 to 999.

How to use these listening exercises

  1. The sound files are MP3s and you can either listen to them online or save them to your computer for later. If you don’t know how to do this or can’t hear anything, please read help with sound files.
  2. Click “listen” to hear a list of random numbers. You can either listen and repeat the numbers or else practice writing them in French, in English, or as digits.
  3. After listening, click “reveal” to check what you heard.
  4. You can listen as many times as you like.

Number Exercise 1

Random numbers to test your comprehension: French sound files Listen

Click to see the list (in groups of five):

Reveal numbers

746  955  382  427  204


Reveal numbers

854  399  679  986  390


Reveal numbers

164  900  84​9  552  250


Reveal numbers

736  843  595  977  504



Sound files courtesy
of Annie Sargent from

Number Exercise 2

More random numbers to test your comprehension: French sound files Listen

Click to see the list:

Reveal numbers

579  486  290  964  404


Reveal numbers

24​9  152  851  936  243


Reveal numbers

995  577  808  546  155


Reveal numbers

282  727  301  954  888



French lesson plans French lesson plan

 More French Numbers

* Lesson: Numbers and counting
Listening practice
0 to 9   Decimals
10 to 19   Phone numbers
20 to 59   Prices
60 to 99   Times
100 to 999   Weights/measures
1,000 and up   Years

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2 Responses

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