How do you count to 10 in Czech Republic?

How do you say one in Czechoslovakian?

How to count in Czech (čeština), a West Slavic language spoken mainly in the Czech Republic.

Numbers in Czech.

Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 jeden (m) jedna (f) jedno (n) první
2 dva (m) dvĕ (f/n) druhý
3 tři třetí
4 čtyři čtvrtý

How do you write the date in Czech Republic?

The date is written in “day month year” order, each part separated by a space. Day and month are written as ordinal numbers and year as a cardinal number (1. 12. 2009).

How do you count to 5 in Czech Republic?

Lesson Transcript

  1. Jedna. (slow) Jed-na. Jedna. If the thing you’re counting is masculine, you should say: …
  2. Dva. (slow) Dva. Dva. …
  3. Tři. (slow) Tři. Tři.
  4. Čtyři. (slow) Čty-ři. Čty-ři.
  5. Pět. (slow) Pět. Pět.
  6. Šest. (slow) Šest. Šest.
  7. Sedm. (slow) Se-dm. Sedm.
  8. Osm. (slow) Osm. Osm.

How do you count to 10 in Polish?

Lesson 3: Numbers (1-10)

  1. jeden. one.
  2. dwa. two.
  3. trzy. three.
  4. cztery. four.
  5. pięć five.
  6. sześć six.
  7. siedem. seven.
  8. osiem. eight.

What month is Rijna?

Comparison table

Language January October
Slovak (archaic) veľký sečeň veľký rujen
Czech leden říjen
Polish styczeń październik
Kashubian stëczeń pajicznik
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How do you read the Czech Republic clock?

1. Talking about Time in Czech

  1. 1- Morning – ráno. …
  2. 2- Evening – večer. …
  3. 3- Daytime – den. …
  4. 4- Nighttime – noc. …
  5. 5- Hour – hodina. …
  6. 6- Minute – minuta. …
  7. 7- O’clock – hodin. …
  8. 8- Half past – půl.

How do British write the date?

Whatever the format, in British English, dates are usually written in the order day – month – year, while in American English they are written month – day – year. For IELTS, you can use both date formats.

How do you count from 1 to 10 in Russian?

Russian numbers: 1 to 10

  1. 1 – один (“a-deen”)
  2. 2 – два (“dva”)
  3. 3 – три (“tree”)
  4. 4 – четыре (“chye-tir-ye”)
  5. 5 – пять (“pyat”)
  6. 6 – шесть (“shest”)
  7. 7 – семь (“syem”)
  8. 8 – восемь (“vo-syem”)

How is Slovak counted?

Slovak numbers list

  1. 1 – jeden.
  2. 2 – dva.
  3. 3 – tri.
  4. 4 – štyri.
  5. 5 – päť
  6. 6 – šesť
  7. 7 – sedem.
  8. 8 – osem.