Grammar Lesson 8:

Ordinal numbers in Swedish

Ordinal numbers do not indicate quantity but the position or rank. Ordinal Numbers in Swedish do not change their form, in other words you do not have to decline them.

Ordinal numbers in Swedish are as following:

(1:a) - First – Första
(2:a) - Second – Andra
(3:e) - Third – Tredje
(4:e) - Fourth – Fjärde
(5:e) - Fifth – Femte
(6:e) - Sixth – Sjätte
(7:e) - Seventh – Sjunde
(8:e) - Eight – Åttonde
(9:e) - Ninth – Nionde
(10:e) - Tenth – Tionde
(11:e) - Eleventh – Elfte
(12:e) - Twelfth – Tolfte
(13:e) - Thirteenth – Trettonde
(14:e) - Fourteenth – Fjortonde
(15:e) - Fifteenth – Femtonde
(16:e) - Sixteenth – Sextonde
(17:e) - Seventeenth – Sjuttonde
(18:e) - Eighteenth – Artonde
(19:e) - Nineteenth – Nittonde
(20:e) - Twentieth – Tjugonde
(30:e) - Thirtieth – Trettionde
(40:e) - Fourtieth – Fyrtionde
(50:e) - Fiftieth – Femtionde
(60:e) - Sixtieth – Sextionde
(70:e) - Seventieth – Sjuttionde
(80:e) - Eightieth – Åttionde
(90:e) - Nintieth – Nittionde
(100:e) - Hundredth - Hundrade




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