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Arabic numerals have as many pronunciations as the number of languages you speak, amirite?

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Not necessarily, 1 is uno in Spanish and Italian

So... 4?

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@CriticallyDangered No, 2.

Ohhh so it's a relative answer! I get it now.

@Kionix Ohhh so it's a relative answer! I get it now.

I think what op mean is that you only understand arabic number prononciation in language you understand... Which is as obvious as saying "You can only understand languages you understand"

@Rockdude5890 I think what op mean is that you only understand arabic number prononciation in language you understand... Which is...

I believe you are right. However, just because I like to think about things and turn them upside down and inside out, I will offer an alternative perspective to OP's logic, and challenge it a bit. :)

What about languages that are very similar to one another, like for instance languages from the same family. Even if I only know 4 languages, I can most likely discern from the languages I know the arabic numerals from languages I don't know, provided they are somewhat similar. Would that count?

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