Phone Number Practice

Phone numbers in French
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Listen and repeat

Learn to understand and pronounce French phone numbers.

How to use these listening exercises

  1. I strongly recommend that you master the numbers 0 to 99* before moving into phone numbers.
  2. Note that French phone numbers are typically stated in groups of two:
         01 20 54 98 76 = zéro un, vingt, cinquante-quatre, quatre-vingt-dix-huit, soixante-seize
  3. 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.
  4. Click “listen.” You can either listen and repeat the numbers or else practice writing them in French, in English, or as digits.
  5. After listening to the sound file for the random exercises, click “reveal” to check what you heard.
  6. You can listen as many times as you like.

Number Exercise 1

Random phone numbers to test your comprehension of French numbers: Listen

Click to see each phone number:

Reveal numbers
01 25 68 79 54

Reveal numbers
03 58 99 98 24

Reveal numbers
05 38 11 00 02

Reveal numbers
02 87 55 64 91

Reveal numbers
04 85 42 16 88

Reveal numbers
06 90 40 04 75

Remerciements

Sound files courtesy of Véronique F. Courtois,
author of Les aventures parisiennes de Kimberly.

Number Exercise 2

Phone numbers spoken much more quickly to further test your comprehension: Listen

Click to see each phone number:

Reveal numbers
01 35 84 97 12

Reveal numbers
05 48 77 06 20

Reveal numbers
06 59 88 85 84

Reveal numbers
04 96 24 10 01

Reveal numbers
02 68 33 46 90

Reveal numbers
03 69 99 89 79

 *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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