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What is a Dutch number?
What number is Negen?
Dutch Numbers 1-100 Posted by sarah on Apr 2, 2010 in Dutch Language
How do you write a Dutch phone number?
If you are calling from the United States or Canada to a cell phone number in the Netherlands, then the full number would look like this: “011 31 6 1234 5678”. “6” is the first digit for all cell numbers and is followed by 8 more unique digits.
How do you count to 3 in Dutch?
You’ll have to memorize at least up to 20 to have the numbers really make sense, though.
- zero — nul.
- one — één.
- two — twee.
- three — drie.
- four — vier.
- five — vijf.
- six — zes.
- seven — zeven.
What country code is 06?
Before keying the subscriber number required, a caller may need to enter a domestic code (06) and an area code….Telephone numbers in Hungary.
|International call prefix||00|
What are 0900 numbers?
The 0900 prefix is used for premium rate numbers that charge per minute and the 0901 prefix is used for premium rate numbers that charge by call. For adult content the prefix is 0930 for per minute tariffs and 0931 for event based tariffs.
Which country’s code is 96?
International Dialing Code
|Serial No.||Country Name||Dialing Codes|
Which country code is 02?
2 – Africa and some others like Greenland, Faroe Islands and Aruba.
How are numbers between 10 and 99 written in Dutch?
Complex numbers between 10 and 99 are typically written as one word, higher ones will usually get a space or two for clarity’s sake: vierduizendachthonderd (en)éénentwintig becomes vierduizend achthonderd (en) éénentwintig .
What do the dots on the E stand for in Dutch?
The dots on the ë (called trema) are used in Dutch to indicate where the syllable changes. As in note 3, above, the stress may lie on the first or second element, depending on context. Units are combined with tens by means of -en- [ən] or [εn] ‘and’, in reverse order compared to English: twintig + vier = vierentwintig.
How to add higher powers of ten in Dutch?
The higher powers of ten, however, are added in ‘normal’ order, and with optional use of -en-: honderd + negen = honderd (en)negen, achthonderd + zestig + twee = achthonderd (en)tweeënzestig; zesduizend + dertig + negen = zesduizend (en)negenendertig; etc.