Create bingo sheets for Vietnamese word numbers with numbers of your choice.
Enter numbers of your choice to create bingo sheets for Vietnamese word numbers that will make learning Vietnamese word numbers fun. This is a great worksheet to test learners knowledge of Vietnamese numbers. Vietnamese Word Number Bingo helps to promote listening and recognition skills as well as providing an opportunity to learn and practice Vietnamese numbers.
How to create Vietnamese bingo sheets?
This worksheet generator allows you to choose the numbers used to create your bingo sheets. Each number can be up to 8 figures and then entered followed by a space or a comma. This means you can start simple with numbers between 1 and 100, however to make things more challenging, you can advance to numbers up to 10,000 or even 1 million!
First, enter your numbers. You can select from three grid sizes, so you can choose whether it's 9 (3x3), 16 (4x4) or 25 (5x5) numbers in the bingo sheet, depending on the learner level and the amount of time you want to spend playing bingo! Your inputted numbers will then appear as Vietnamese word numbers in the bingo sheets. If you select the option to “randomize number location on different sheets”, the same numbers will appear on every sheet but in different locations.
There is also an option to print an answer sheet. The answer sheet has the digit numbers with Vietnamese numbers in brackets. This is a great way to test knowledge of Vietnamese numbers and is ready to print.
How do Vietnamese numbers work?
Vietnamese word numbers can be difficult to understand, but they do follow the same pattern as English word numbers. Numbers eleven to twenty are constructed as multiple of ten plus the number. So eleven is "mười một" which "mườ" = 10 plus "một" = 6. Please note that these words are two separate words.
When dealing with multiples of ten, Vietnamese word numbers simply times the ten by the root number. So twenty is hai mươi, which is literally "two ten". It's a little different to English word numbers, but quite easy to understand. As with numbers 11 - 19, simply add the digit at the end so for example thirty two would be 'ba mười hai", which is "three ten two". This is the case for every number up to ninety nine.
The only exception is when using five, for example, thirty five or fifty five, when there is a very slight change. Although five is written as "năm" in Vietnamese, when added it to the end of a number it becomes "lăm", so fifty five would be written "năm mười lăm".
You'll soon be able to get to grips with Vietnamese word numbers with this resource.
Vietamese Number Bingo can be played with friends or family, in class or as a group activity so why not give it a go today and see how much fun you can have! We have lots of varied resources for learning Vietnamese, including for creating learn Vietnamese worksheets.