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Uno ['one'] is pronounced 'OOH-noh'. Due ['two'] is pronounced 'DOOH-eh'. Tre ['three'] is pronounced 'treh'. Quattro ['four'] is pronounced 'KWAHT-troh'. Cinque['five'] is pronounced 'CHEEN-kweh'. Sei ['six'] is pronounced 'say'. Sette ['seven'] is pronounced 'SEHT-teh'. Otto ['eight'] is pronounced 'OHT-toh'. Nove ['nine'] is pronounced 'NOH-veh'. Dieci ['ten'] is pronounced 'dee-EH-chee'.

The Italian numbers from 1 to 20 are considered masculine adjectives or noun. The interpretation depends upon context. The Italian equivalents will be as follows:

1. Uno, pronounced "OO-noh"

2. Due, "DOO-eh"

3. Tre, "treh"

4. Quattro, "KWAHT-troh"

5. Cinque, "TCHEEN-kweh"

6. Sei, "seh"

7. Sette, "SEHT-teh"

8. Otto, "OHT-toh"

9. Nove, "NOH-veh"

10. Dieci, "DYEH-tchee"

11. Undici, "OON-dee-tchee"

12. Dodici, "DOH-dee-tchee"

13. Tredici, "TREH-dee-tchee"

14. Quattordici, "kwaht-TOHR-dee-tchee"

15. Quindici, "KWEEN-dee-tchee"

16. Sedici, "SEH-dee-tchee"

17. Diciassette, "DEE-tchyah-SEHT-teh"

18. Diciotto, "dee-TCHYOHT-toh"

19. Diciannove, "DEE-tchyahn-NOH-veh"

20. Venti, "VEHN-tee."

1-one

2-two

3-three

4-four

5-five

6-six

7-seven

8-eight

9-nine

10-ten

uno

due

tre

quattro

cinque

sei

sette

otto

nove

dieci

(1) uno..... (OO-no) (2) due......(DEW-eh) *(3) tre.........(treh) *(4) quattro.....(KWAT-row) (5) cinque.......(CHEENK-weh) (6) sei......(say) (7) sette...(SET-eh) (8) otto....(OH-toe) (9) nove.....(NO-veh) (10) dieci.....(dee-EH-chee) * roll the 'r' * =]

Here is the list of the numbers 1-20 in Italian:

1. uno, "OO-noh";

2. due, "DOO-eh";

3. tre, "treh";

4. quattro, "KWAHT-troh";

5. cinque, "TCHEEN-kweh";

6. sei, "she";

7. sette, "SEHT-the";

8. otto, "OHT-toh";

9. nove, "NOH-veh";

10. dieci, "DYEH-tchee";

11. undici, "OON-dee-tchee";

12. dodici, "DOH-dee-tchee";

13. tredici, "TREH-dee-tchee";

14. quattordici, "kwaht-TOHR-dee-tchee";

15. quindici, "KWEEN-dee-tchee";

16. sedici, "SEH-dee-tchee";

17. diciassette, "DEE-tchyahs-SEHT-teh";

18. diciotto, "dee-TCHYOHT-toh";

19. diciannove, "DEE-tchyahn-NOH-veh";

20. venti, "VEHN-tee."

Uno, due, tre, quattro, cinque, sei, sette, otto, nove, dieci are the Italian equivalents of the English numbers, one through ten.

Specifically, the word uno is "one". But it is unawhen the following noun is feminine. The other numbers each have just the one form listed above, regardless of whether the noun in question is feminine or masculine.

The respective pronunciation will be "OO-noh, DOO-ey, trey, KWAHT-troh, TCHEEN-kwey, seh, SEHT-tey, OHT-toh, NOH-vey, DYEH-tchee" in Italian.

Uno is 'one'. Due is 'two'. Tre is 'three'. Quattro is 'four'. Cinque is 'five'. Sei is 'six'. Sette is 'seven'. Otto is 'eight'. Noveis 'nine'. Dieci is 'ten'. Undici is 'eleven'. Dodici is 'twelve'. Tredici is 'thirteen'. Quattordici is 'fourteen'. Quindici is 'fifteen'. Sedici is 'sixteen'. Diciassette is 'seventeen'. Diciotto is 'eighteen'. Diciannove is 'nineteen'. Venti is 'twenty'.

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