Let's count to 1M in different languages!


#286

How do german ppl speak german without choking? The words are so long and when ppl say it it sounds like theyre angry.

BFC

Letters (A=1, B=2, etc.)


#287

That’s just a stereotype… there are a lot of different German accents.

I’m not sure about this one as I’m not as fluent in Swedish as I am in other languages I know but…
tvåhundrasextifyra should be 264.


#288

Deux-cent soixante quatre

(264-French)


#289

Deux-cent soixante quint

(I guessed what it is in french… correct me if im wrong)


#290

266

English

Suppose to do a different language every time


#291

It would be deux-cent soixante cinq (pronounced duh-sont-swa-sont-sank)

Deux-cent soixainte sept

(267-French)


#292

2.68 × 10²

Scientific notation. (268)


#293

Nongenti sexaginta duo
Latin, 269.


#294

Otway undredhay eventysay

Pig latin


#295

Hai tram bay muoi mot
Vietnamese 271


#296

16 squared + 16

Again, mental abuse to humans.


#297

200 + 70 + 1 + 2

273


#298

Deux-cent soixante-dix quatre

(274-French)


#299

Duex-cent soixante cinq?

@bilingual


#301

Close! French numbers get a little weird around 70. Basically, 70=60+10. 80=4*20. 90=4*20+10

So, it would be deux-cent (two hundred) soixante (sixty) dix (ten) cinq (five)

Two-hundred seventy six

(276-English)


#302

doscientos setenta y siete

277, Spanish


#303

zweihundertsiebenundachtzig

278 - German. It might take a while to reach 1 million. But hey, one post at a time. We can do this. I’ll just be 50 by then


#304

279 English

300th post


#305

Deux-cent quatre vignt

(280-French)


#306

이백 팔십 일

(281- Korean)