Kapampangan/Numbers To One Hundred

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Part A: Description[edit | edit source]

In this section, we will learn how to count to one hundred. As you will see, a mixture of numbers from old Kapampangan and words originating from Spanish are used. This is because, for a very long time in Pampanga, anything that involved complex transactions was handled in Spanish, rather than in Kapampangan.

Part B: Application[edit | edit source]

métung one
aduang pulu twenty
atlung pulu thirty
apat a pulu forty
limang pulu fifty
anam a pulu sixty
'pitung pulu seventy
walung pulu eighty
siyam a pulu ninety
dinalan one hundred

Part C: Exercises[edit | edit source]

Part D: Summary[edit | edit source]

You now know how to count up to one hundred. Also you have learned the following new words and phrases:

Kap. word 1 Eng. trans 1
word 2 trans 2