French Numbers 61 to 90 Exercises

french numbers 61 to 90 exercises

Bonjour mon étudiant! Today, we are going to explore the fascinating world of French numbers from sixty-one to ninety.

Numbers form an integral part of any language and knowing how to use them correctly can greatly enhance your overall fluency in French.

Understanding and using these numbers will open up numerous avenues for you, such as being able to give your phone number, tell the time, make a reservation, buy groceries, and so much more.

As you work through these activities, remember to take your time and practice out loud. This will help you to grasp the pronunciation and usage of these numbers. Alors, commençons!


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1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – French Numbers Sixty-one to Ninety


a) soixante-dix / j’ai / ans

J’ai soixante-dix ans.


b) quatre-vingts / j'ai / ans


c) il / ans / soixante-et-un / a


d) d'orange / quatre-vingt-cinq / litres / j'ai / de / jus


e) à / j'ai / mangé / soixante-dix-neuf / pommes / l'école


f) a / ans / quatre-vingt-six / grand-père / mon


g) chiens / quatre-vingt-deux / j'ai


h) soixante-trois / j'ai / crayons / ?


i) ans / quatre-vingt-sept / a / mon / frère


j) soixante-quatre / j'ai / timbres / de / collection


k) quatre-vingt-neuf / l'étage / elle / habite / à


2) Translate these Sentences – French Numbers Sixty-one to Ninety


a) I am sixty-one years old.

J’ai soixante-et-un ans.


b) You are seventy years old.


c) He is eighty years old.


d) We are seventy-five years old.


e) They are ninety years old.


f) I have sixty-two books.


g) You have eighty-five cats.


h) He has seventy-six dogs.


i) We have eighty-nine oranges.


j) They have sixty-three apples.


3) Practice your Vocabulary


a) seventy – eighty – sixty-one

soixante-dix – quatre-vingts – soixante-et-un


b) seventy-five - sixty-two - eighty-nine


c) eighty-five - sixty-three - seventy-six


d) sixty-seven - eighty-two - seventy-nine


e) eighty-eight - seventy-four - ninety


f) seventy-three - eighty-six - sixty-eight


g) eighty-one - sixty-five - seventy-eight


h) sixty-four - eighty-seven - seventy-one


i) sixty-nine - seventy-seven - eighty-four


j) eighty-three - seventy-two - sixty-six


4) Practice Your Writing by Translating these Small Texts Taking the French Numbers Sixty-one to Ninety into Consideration


I have seventy books in my library. I am eighty years old. My grandmother is ninety years old. I have sixty-one apples in my garden.


There are eighty-five students in my school. My teacher is seventy-six years old. I have sixty-two cats. My brother is sixty-three years old.


5) About French Numbers Sixty-one to Ninety, Guess the Questions to the Answers


a) J’ai soixante-et-un ans. ( Quel…)

Quel âge as-tu?


b) Nous avons quatre-vingts ans. ( Formal - Quel...)


c) Il a soixante-dix ans. ( Quel...)


d) J'ai soixante-sept livres. ( Combien...)


e) Nous avons quatre-vingt-neuf pommes. ( Combien...)


f) Ils ont soixante-deux chats. ( Combien...)


g) J'ai soixante-quatre crayons. ( Combien...)


h) Nous avons quatre-vingt-six chiens. ( Combien...)


Félicitations! You’ve now completed the exercises for French numbers from sixty-one to ninety. With each activity you’ve taken a step closer towards improving your numerical literacy in French.

Remember, practice makes perfect. So, make sure to revisit these activities regularly until you feel completely comfortable with these numbers.

I’m sure it won’t be long before you’re counting up to ninety in French with complete ease. Keep up the fantastic work, and remember to bring this new knowledge into your everyday French language use. À bientôt!


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