Indonesian Cardinal Numbers
The meaning of cardinal numbers is digits such as 3 or 11 or 630 or any other number used in counting to indicate quantity but not order. The following table shows how you can use the cardinal numbers in Indonesian.
English Numbers 
Indonesian Numbers 
0  Nol 
1  Satu 
2  Dua 
3  Tiga 
4  Empat 
5  Lima 
6  Enam 
7  Tujuh 
8  Delapan 
9  Sembilan 
10  Sepuluh 
11  Sebelas 
12  Dua belas 
20  Dua puluh 
100  Seratus 
1000  Seribu 
2000  Dua ribu 
12  Dua belas ribu 
300  Tiga ratus ribu 
1.000.000  Sejuta 
2.000.000  Dua juta 
Examples of cardinal numbers:
 37 = Tiga puluh tujuh
 111 = seratus sebelas
 2743 = dua ribu tujuh ratus empat puluh tiga
 8015 = delapan ribu lima belas
 17432 = tujuh belas ribu empat ratus tiga puluh dua
 408305 = empat ratus delapan ribu tiga ratus lima
Indonesian Ordinal Numbers
First, second, third, etc., are ordinal numbers in English as well as in Indonesian. They can be written as 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc...As you will notice in the form below, in order to form ordinal numbers in series, you only need to attach the prefix "ke", then the number itself. Except for pertama ("1st"), you can spell out the number or just write the digits (like the ones in parentheses).
Indonesian Ordinal Numbers 

1st  Pertama/ Kesatu 
2nd  Kedua 
3rd  Ketiga 
4th  Keempat 
5th  Kelima 
6th  Keenam 
7th  Ketujuh 
8th  Kedelapan 
9th  Kesembilan 
10th  Kesepuluh 
11th  Kesebelas 
12th  Keduabelas 
20th  Ketigabelas 
100th  Keseratus 
Indonesian Cardinal numbers are used more often than ordinal numbers; therefore they need more attention, so try to memorize them by heart. Make sure to check our Learn Indonesian page, which contains several lessons that might help you in your learning process.
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