Welcome to the sixth Uzbek lesson about **numbers**. This time we will learn about *cardinal and ordinal numbers*, followed by **grammar rules**, then *animal* names, finally a **conversation in Uzbek** to help you practice your daily phrases.

Cardinal and Ordinal - Uzbek |
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one bir |

first birinchi |

two ikki |

second ikkinchi |

three uch |

third uchinchi |

four to'rt |

fourth to'rtinchi |

five besh |

fifth beshinchi |

six olti |

sixth oltinchi |

seven yetti |

seventh yettinchi |

eight sakkiz |

eighth sakkizinchi |

nine to'qqiz |

ninth to'qqizinchi |

ten o'n |

tenth o'ninchi |

eleven o'n bir |

eleventh o'n birinchi |

twelve o'n ikki |

twelfth o'n ikkinchi |

thirteen o'n uch |

thirteenth o'n uchinchi |

fourteen o'n to'rt |

once bir marta |

fifteen o'n besh |

twice ikki marta |

sixteen o'n olti |

Monday dushanba |

seventeen o'n yetti |

Tuesday seshanba |

eighteen o'n sakkiz |

Wednesday chorshanba |

nineteen o'n to'qqiz |

Thursday payshanba |

twenty yigirma |

Friday juma |

seventy one etmish bir |

Saturday shanba |

one hundred bir yuz |

Sunday yakshanba |

Uzbek cardinal numbers refer to the counting numbers, because they show quantity. For example: **I speak two languages**. Ordinal numbers on the other hand tell the order of things and their rank: **my first language is Uzbek**. The examples below use numbers in different ways and places to demonstrate how they behave in a sentence.

Grammar + Rules - Uzbek |
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I have three dogs[number + noun] mening uchta kuchuklarim bor |

my daughter has two cats[number + noun] mening qizimda ikkita mushuklari bor |

she speaks seven languages[verb + number] u etti tilda gapiradi |

my brother has one son[number + singular noun] mening akamda/ukamda bitta o'g'li bor |

this is my second lesson[ordinal number + noun] bu mening ikkinchi tilim |

did you read the third book?[ordinal number + noun] sen uchinchi kitobni o'q'idingmi? |

We're not done yet! The following is a list of animals.

cowsigir |

goatechki |

donkeyeshak |

horseot |

dogit, kuchuk |

catmushuk |

mousesichqon |

birdqush |

Now we finally reach the last part, the practice of the daily conversations. These phrases are used to get to know new people, and break the ice.

English - Uzbek |
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Where are you from? siz qaysi davlatdansiz? |

I'm from the U.S men aqshdanman |

I'm American men amerikalikman |

Where do you live? siz qaerda yashaysiz? |

I live in the U.S men aqshda yashayman |

What do you do for a living? siz nima ish bilan shug'g'ullanasiz? |

I'm a student men talabaman |

Did you enjoy this lesson about numbers in Uzbek? I hope so, if you have any problem with this lesson contact me with questions you have homepage. You can now check the next lesson below.

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