How to Count from 1 to 100 in Hebrew in 5 Minutes


So, here’s how you count from 1 to 100 in Hebrew 5 minutes or less.

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If you want to just want to learn 1 to 10, don’t worry –  I break these down step-by-step so you’re not overloaded. You’ll learn how to count, read and say the numbers out loud in the following steps.

  • Part 1: One to Ten
  • Part 2: Eleven to Nineteen
  • Part 3: 20 to 29. These will apply to all numbers 20 and above.
  • Part 4: 20, 30, 40… to 100
  • And the end, you’ll be able to count from 1 to 100 in Hebrew

Part 1: How to count 1 – 10 in Hebrew

Below is a picture for reference, and underneath is the chart for all Hebrew numbers from one to ten. Don’t worry too much about the pronunciation. The romanization versions will give you a good idea of how to say them.

count 1 to 100 in Hebrew

Just read the romanizations out-loud and there you have it, your Hebrew numbers from one to ten. It’s that easy.

NumberRomanization (Pronunciation)

That was simple, huh? Now… onto bigger numbers.

Part 2: Count Hebrew Numbers 11 to 20.

Here’s a quick and dirty rule to say most of the numbers from 11 to 20. There might be small spelling/pronunciation changes, but don’t worry about it. You’ll get them with enough practice.

For numbers 11 to 19, the “quick & dirty” rule is…

Number from 1 to 9 + Esre

So, if you take a number from the 1-10 chart above, you can now create numbers 11-19. For example, 15 is Hamesh-esre. Remember, Hamesh is 5, as you learned above, and adding esre makes it 15.  But, this is quick and dirty, because as mentioned, there will be small spelling changes.

So here’s the complete list of Hebrew numbers 11 to 20.

Read out the romanizations to get an idea of the pronunciation.

NumberRomanization (Pronunciation)

Part 3: Hebrew Numbers 30 to 100

Okay, now you know 1 to 20. Let’s do the rest of the 10s. You’ll need to memorize these.

This is an important step.

Once you know these, you’ll be easily able to count from 20 to 99. Trust, me. It’ll be super easy.

NumberRomanization (Pronunciation)

Part 4: How to Count the In-Betweeners: 21 to 99.

You’re almost ready to count from 1 to 100 in Hebrew.

You already know 20 and 100. And you know the tens (30, 40, 50… 90). Now it’s time for all the numbers in between. Numbers like 21, 35, 49, 88, 96 and so on.

This is super easy.

All you need is this simple rule.

Take the Tens (from Part 3) + Add ve + Add 1-9 (from Part 1)

  1. You learned the tens in part 3. Take one like 30 (Shloshim),
  2. Add ve (it means “and”)
  3. And then, take a number from 1-9 that you learned in part 1. For example, 9 (Tesha)

So for example and extra practice…

  • 39 is Shloshim ve Tesha.
  • 55 is Hamishim ve Hamesh.
  • 99 is Tish’im ve Tesha.
  • 61 is Shishim ve Echad.

See? All you’re doing is combining part 3, ve and part 1.

Conclusion — Back to You!

Now, you can count from 1 to 100 in Hebrew. Easy.

This should’ve taken you 5 minutes or less to read. What’s the best way to master these numbers? Print this page out, put in your notebook for reference. Then, practice as much as possible. Reading things online is one thing… putting them to use is how you’ll master them.

Be sure to leave a comment if I missed anything!

– The Main Junkie

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jiji john

but how to write the numbers ? this is more important..

Sawsan Elshafey

Awesome, smart and talented teacher.

Sawsan Elshafey

Ha mispar-sheli hu
This is my number


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So for example and extra practice…
61 is Shishim ve Shesh .

Is not shishim ve ehad 61 and Shishim ve Shesh 66 ?

Mealdey Smith

This is helpful. Did I miss some thing? On 61 , should it be shishim ve e-chad and not shishim ve shesh?

Dr. Whom

Raheel Khan: You’re in the wrong place. “Meyot” appears nowhere on this page except in your question.

Leonardo Martinez

Hi. Thank you for the lesson. A correction: I believe the example 61 should be “shishim ve ehad” and not “shishim ve shesh”.

reza mohebbi


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