3.1....FORMING NUMERAL TERMS: Here are the eleven basic numeral words.
zip zero  ven one  teu two  dree three 
feu four  foif five  ses six 
sieven seven  axt eight  noin nine 
tien ten 
a) "tien" suffixed to numeral terms "ven" to "noin" forms the numeral terms for "11" through "19."
ventien eleven  teutien twelve 
dreetien thirteen  feutien fourteen 
foiftien fifteen  sestien sixteen 
sieventien seventeen  axtien eighteen 
nointien nineteen 
c) The suffix "eux" multiplies the value of each numeral term "teu" through "noin" by ten, producing these terms:
teuzeux twenty  dreezeux thirty 
feuzeux forty  foifeux fifty 
seseux sixty  sieveneux seventy 
axteux eighty  noineux ninety 
d) The suffix "uenyr" multiplies the value of each numeral term "ven" through "noin" by one hundred, producing these terms:
3.11 
venuenyr teuzuenyr dreezuenyr feuzuenyr foifuenyr one hundred two hundred three hundred four hundred five hundred 
3.12 
sesuenyr sievenuenyr axtuenyr noinuenyr six hundred seven hundred eight hundred nine hundred 
e) The numeral terms just described can be juxtaposed in order of decreasing value to form terms for nonround figures from "teuzeuxven" (21) to "noinuenyrnoineux noin" (999). It is customury to hyphenate words in phrases that stand for twotothree digit figures.
3.13> 
seseuxfoif sixtyfive 
dreezeuxnoin thirtynine 
axteuxsieven eightyseven 
teuzeuxven twentyone 
3.14> 
venuenyrteuzeuxteu one hundred twentytwo 
axtuenyrfoifeuxsieven eight hundred fifty seven 
f) Numeral terms for figures of one to three digits can be placed before each of these words to produce terms for figures of four or more digits.
tausend thousand 
tooses million 
toonoin billion 
tooteutien trillion 
3.15> 
teuzeuxteu tausend sievenuenyrfoifeuxteu tooses twentytwo thousand seven hundred fifty two million 
feu toonoin sesuenyr tooteutien four billion six hundred trillion 
g) Large figure terms occurring alone are less formal equivalents to large figure terms preceded by "ven." Note the similarity to English phrases such as "a thousand" vs. "one thousand."
3.16> 
tausand ventausand tooses ventooses a thousand one thousand a million one million 
h) Numeral phrases can be arranged in order of decreasing value to produce phrases for nonround figures of four or more digits. Written large figure terms like "toonoin" are followed by commas when they occur nonfinally in a series.
3.17 
foif toonoin, sievenuenyrseseuxses tooses, enuenyrfeuzeuxat
tausand, sesuenyrfoifeuxteu five billion, seven hundred and sixty six million, one hundred forty eight thousand, six hundred fifty two 
3.2....ORDINAL NUMERAL TERMS: These are derived from cardinal numeral terms by adding the suffix "aif" to the sole or last word in the term.
3.20> 
venaif first 
teuzaif second 
dreezaif third 
feuzaif fourth  
nointooses, sieveneuxsieven tausandaif nine million seventy seven thousandth 
3.3....RATIO TERMS:
a) Multiplicative numeral terms are derived from cardinal numeral terms by adding the suffix "soo" to the sole or last word in the term.
3.31> 
teusoo twice as many/much 
dreesoo three times as many/much 
nointooses, sieveneuxsieven tausandesoo nine million seventy seven thousand times as many/much 
b) Reciprocal numeral terms are derived from cardinal numeral terms by adding the suffix "gin" to the sole or last word in the term.
3.32> 
teugin one half 
dreegin one third 
feugin one fourth 
foifegin one fifth 
nointooses, sieveneuxsieven tausandegin one nine million seventy seven thousandth 
c) Both "vengin" and "vensoo" translate as either "one over one" or "just as many/much."
d) Terms for fractions consist of multiplicative numeral terms immediately followed by reciprocal numeral terms.
3.33> 
teusoodreegin two thirds 
feusoofoifegin four fifths 
sievenuenyrseseuxaxtesoo noin tausend, sesuenyrteuzeuxdreegin seven hundred sixty eight over nine thousand, seven hundred twenty three 
e) Goesk has no special terms for fractions expressed as digits to the right of the decimal point; one simply uses fractionphrases containing reciprocal numerals that stand for denominators like "1/10," "1/100," "1/1000," and so on.
3.34> 
foifesootiengin five tenths; .5 
dreeundfeutiensoovenuenyrgin hree and fourteen onehundredths; 3.14 
noineuxaxtundsesesootiengin ninety eight and six tenths; 98.6 
f) The suffix "soo" can be attached to reciprocal numeral terms, creating terms for multiplicative fractions.
3.35> 
teuginsoo half as much 
feuginsoo one fourth as much 
teusoodreeginsoo two thirds as much 
feusoofoifeginsoo four fifths as much 
3.4....NUMERAL TERMS AS NOUNS: Numeral nouns stand for abstract numbers or numeral symbols. For instance, "teu" can refer either to the positive integer, 2, or to the symbol "2." Cardinal numeral nouns are neuter.
3.40> 
Ven und ven sienant teu. One and one are two. 
Ik criebeut dreezuent teuzuen. I wrote three twos. 
3.5....NUMERAL PHRASES ARE PECULIAR: The words in a numeral phrase are each stressed separately, but only the last word in a numeral phrase takes numeralword affixes (as seen above), or flexional affixes (as shown here).
3.51 

dree tausand, sievenuenyrnoineuxses 3,796 subject, predicate of linking verb, citation form 
3.52 

dree tausand, sievenuenyrnoineuxsesa 3,796 object 
3.53 

dree tausand, sievenuenyrnoineuxsesas of 3,796 
3.54 

dree tausand, sievenuenyrnoineuxsesai to or for 3,796 
b) In numeral phrases, flexional affixes occur after numeral word affixes.
3.55 
dree tausand, sievenuenyrnoineuxsesaifas of the 3,796th note: "aif" = ordinal; "as" = genitive neuter 