If you're trying to learn **Bengali Numbers** you will find some useful resources including a course about **Cardinal Numbers and Ordinal Numbers**... to help you with your **Bengali grammar**. Try to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its place. Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Bengali. Enjoy the rest of the lesson!

Learning the **Bengali Numbers** is very important because its structure is used in every day conversation. The more you master it the more you get closer to mastering the Bengali language. But first we need to know what the role of Numbers is in the structure of the grammar in Bengali.

Bengali cardinal number convey the "how many" they're also known as "counting numbers," because they show quantity. Here are some examples:

English Numbers | Bengali Numbers |
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numbers | songkha - সওন্গ্খ |

one | ak, akmatro - অক্, অক্মট্রও |

two | dui, - ডুই, |

three | tin - টিন্ |

four | char - চর্ |

five | pnach - প্নচ্ |

six | soy - সওয্ |

seven | sat - সট্ |

eight | aat - আট্ |

nine | noy - নওয্ |

ten | dos - ডওস্ |

eleven | agaro - অগরও |

twelve | baro - বরও |

thirteen | tero - টএরও |

fourteen | choddo - চওড্ডও |

fifteen | ponero - পওনএরও |

sixteen | solo - সওলও |

seventeen | sotero - সওটএরও |

eighteen | atharo - অতরও |

nineteen | unish - উনিশ্ |

twenty | bish - বিশ্ |

hundred | aksoto, akso - অক্সওটও, অক্সও |

one thousand | ak hajar, - অক্ হজর্, |

million | ak million = dos lokkho - অক্ মিল্লিওন্ = ডওস্ লওক্খও |

Notice the structure of the Numbers in Bengali has a logical pattern. Locate the Numbers above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Bangla.

In **Bengali** numbers from 1 to 21 are
unique and therefore need to be memorized individually. Numbers from 21 and
upwards are formed by using the following pattern: All numbers in the range of
20 are suffixed by ish or ush such as 1+20 = ek+ush=ekush. 2+20= ba+ish=
baish, 3+20= te+ish teish, similarly numbers in the range of forty are
suffixed by llish (44= 4+40=chua+llish=chuallish. Similarly 50’s are suffixed by
‘panno (3+50 = te+ panno = teppanno), 60’s by shatti, 70’ by attor, 80’s by
ashi, 90’s by nobbai.

Bengali Ordinal numbers tell the order of things in a set: first, second, third, etc. Ordinal numbers do not show quantity. They only show rank or position. Below is a list of the Cardinal Numbers and Ordinal Numbers in Bengali. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Bengali vocabulary.

English Numbers | Bengali Numbers |
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Ordinal Numbers | mul sonkkha, sothik sonkkha - মুল্ সওন্ক্খ, সওতিক্ সওন্ক্খ |

first | prothom, pohela - প্রওতওম্, পওহএল |

second | ditio, dosora - ডিটিও, ডওসওর |

third | tritio, tesora - ট্রিটিও, টএসওর |

fourth | choutha - চওউত |

fifth | pnach e - প্নচ্ এ |

sixth | soy e - সওয্ এ |

seventh | sat e - সট্ এ |

eighth | aat e - আট্ এ |

ninth | noy e - নওয্ এ |

tenth | dos e - ডওস্ এ |

eleventh | agaroi - অগরওই |

twelfth | baroi - বরওই |

thirteenth | teroi - টএরওই |

fourteenth | choddoi - চওড্ডওই |

fifteenth | poneroi - পওনএরওই |

sixteenth | soloi - সওলওই |

seventeenth | sotoroi - সওটওরওই |

eighteenth | atharoi - অতরওই |

nineteenth | unishe - উনিশএ |

twentieth | bishe - বিশএ |

once | akmatro - অক্মট্রও |

twice | duer - ডুএর্ |

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