Arabic numbers 1 to 10

Arabic numbers 1 to 10. Learn and practice numbers in Arabic

Can’t remember numbers in Arabic? Learn Arabic numbers 1 to 10 easily and practice with our free worksheets and quizzes. After today’s lesson you will remember and understand Arabic numbers and you will be able to count from 1 to 10 in Arabic.

If you are learning numbers you are probably at the beginning of your journey of learning Arabic. Good news- it shouldn’t take you long to learn the numbers. The subject is relatively simple and only requires memorizing numbers and learning how to write them down. 

Our advice is that you learn all the numbers one day and then practice them every day for the next few days (not only pronunciation but also writing). This way you will consolidate this knowledge and remember the numbers forever. 

  • Clear explanation of numbers in Arabic
  • Pronunciation
  • Free PDF worksheets
  • 3 Practice Quizzes
Numbers in Arabic

Today you will learn:

Arabic counting 1 to 10

If you don’t know the Arabic alphabet yet check our post Arabic alphabet – All you need to know to write in Arabic

English

0 zero

1 one

2 two

3 three

4 four

5 five

6 six

7 seven

8 eight

9 nine

10 ten

Arabic

٠ صِفْر

١ واحِد

٢ اِثْنان

٣ ثَلاثَة

٤ أرْبَعَة

٥ خَمْسَة

٦ سِتَّة

٧ سَبْعَة

٨ ثَمانية

٩ تِسْعَة

١٠ عَشَرَة

Pronunc.

waaHid

Sifr

ithnaan

thalaatha

arba3a

khamsa

sitta

sab3a

thamaanya

tis3a

3ashara

How to write numbers in Arabic?

Arabic numbers 1 to 10

English

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Arabic

٠

١

٢

٣

٤

٥

٦

٧

٨

٩

١٠

It is important to remember that numbers in Arabic are written from left to right. As you probably know, when writing in Arabic you write from right to left, but numbers are an exception to this rule. To better understand how this works, take a look at the examples below:

1234

١٢٣٤

In both cases you write the numbers from left to right.

٢١ يوليو ٢٠٢١

21 July 2021

As you can see, although the word July is written from right to left as all the words are in Arabic, numbers 21 and 2021 are written from left to right, same as in English.

If you want to learn the names of the months in Arabic see our post about months.

It is worth mentioning that in authentic texts, numbers are often written in English. You may encounter this when reading Arabic texts, don’t be surprised it’s a very common practice. See the example:

Learn numbers in arabic
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Arabic 1 to 10 numbers worksheet PDF

To remember the numbers easily we recommend you to practice writing from the very beginning. Download and print Arabic numbers 1 to 10 Worksheet and practice writing numbers in Arabic.

Arabic counting 1 to 10 quiz

Quizzes are a great tool to practice your vocabulary. All the Arabic vocabulary lists on our website contain quizzes at the end of each lesson, to help you remember newly learned words. To check more Arabic Quizzes go to -> Selfarabic – Arabic Vocabulary Quizzes

Arabic counting 1 to 10 Quiz

Arabic Numbers Quick Quiz

10 questions from numbers in Arabic from 1 to 10

  Let’s get started!

Arabic numbers pronunciation Quiz

Arabic Numbers 1 to 10 Pronunciation Quiz

Arabic Numbers 1 to 10 Pronunciation Quiz

Mark the correct pronunciation of Arabic numbers.

Here you don’t have to know the Arabic alphabet. 

Remember: 3 – ع (letter ‘ayin)

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Arabic numbers 1 to 10 Quiz

Memorize number shapes in Arabic and the way to write longer numbers by practicing with our quiz.

Arabic numbers Quiz

Practice reading Arabic numbers with our Quiz. 

Read the numbers written in Arabic and mark the correct answer.

Remember: read the numbers from left to right!

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