# dtóe nèung dtuua

### 1 table

# gâo-êe săwng dtuua

### 2 chairs

# mêed săam lâem

### 3 knives

# áaep-bpêrn sìp-săwng lûuk

### 12 apples

# ród-yon bpàaed khan

### 8 cars

# phûu-chaai hòk khon

### 6 men

# thee-wee săwng khrêuuang

### 2 TV’s

# săam khon

### 3 people

# sèe hâwng

### 4 rooms

### Exercise 20

1 | 3 people | 2 | 10 apples |

3 | 4 friends | 4 | 3 cars |

5 | 2 documents | 6 | 12 bottles |

7 | 5 dogs | 8 | 7 houses |

9 | 4 rooms | 10 | 7 men |

11 | 8 slices of pizza | 12 | 2 skirts |

13 | 6 oranges | 14 | 4 TV’s |

15 | 2 letters | 16 | 3 tickets |

17 | 3 women | 18 | 2 mobile phones |

19 | 3 knives | 20 | Peter came to Phuket 4 times |

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1 | 3 khon | 2 | áaep-bpêrn 10 lûuk |

3 | phêuuan 4 khon | 4 | ród-yon 3 khan |

5 | àek-gà-săan 2 chà-bàp | 6 | khùuad 12 bai |

7 | măa 5 dtuua | 8 | bâan 7 lăng |

9 | 4 hâwng | 10 | phûu-chaai 7 khon |

11 | pizza 8 chín | 12 | grà-bproong 2 dtuua |

13 | sôm 6 lûuk | 14 | thee-wee 4 khrêuuang |

15 | jòd-măai 2 chà-bàp | 16 | dtŭua 3 bai |

17 | phûu-yĭng 3 khon | 18 | meuu-tĕuu 2 khrêuuang |

19 | mêed 3 lâem | 20 | Peter maa Phuket 4 khráng |

### Bonus material

We also use classifiers with ordinal numbers (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.). We just add **thêe** in front of a number to make it ordinal, like this:

thêe nèung or raaek | first |

thêe săwng | second |

thêe săam | third |

thêe sèe | fourth |

etc. | etc. |

To use a classifier with an ordinal number, we place it between the noun and the number: