Below are the cardinal numbers from 11 to 19 as well as the Arabic symbols. Remember and read the following comments. These figures are easy to remember, as they are essentially the numbers 3 to 10 plural. These numbers decrease on a case-by-case basis, just as the masculine sound is pluralistic. The names they change are singular, accusatory and have nunation. These figures do not have female versions. Thus, “50 boys” is “50 boys” and 50 girls. Ordinals from 11 to 19 are still in battery, as are cardinals. Ordinals function as regular adjectives with regard to gender agreement.

Therefore, if the name is masculine, both parts of the ordinal are masculine. If the name is female, both parties will be women. Only the first item takes the final article. The second element never does. Also note that the word for “eleventh” comes from another root, as the word for “one,” or the word for “first.” Paragraphs 3-10 have a particular rule of agreement, known as polarity: a female speaker agrees with a male number and vice versa, z.B thalthu fatay-tin (“فَتَيَاتٍ three girls”. The noun counted takes an indeterminate genitiovplural (as an attribute in a genital structure). In composite numbers, the number made up with the last two digits dictates the variation of the associated noston, z.B 212, 312 and 54,312 would all behave as 12. The numbers from 3 to 10 also 100-1000-1000…. Etc. It is also important to note that while the numbers system is challenging, it is not very difficult. A handful of rules cover virtually everything you need to know when using numbers. Once you get used to the rules, you`ll have little or no trouble.

Habituation to the rules requires about an hour of exercise (once you`ve already learned to count) and an occasional check. Keep in mind that the numbers 1 and 2 in Arabic follow the nostun they change and agree with it on the case and sex. Remember that in Arabic we have a male variant and a female for each number. The numbers 3 to 10 are often used in Nov Adjective phrases “the three books,” “these four tanks,” etc. The principle of reverse agreement will continue to apply, but now the number will follow the nostantif, like any adjective.