Counting Eleven to Twenty with Numbers and Words

Counting eleven to twenty with numbers and words are explained below.

One ten and one more is eleven.

Eleven comes after ten.

One ten and two more is twelve.

Twelve comes after eleven.

One ten and three more is thirteen.

Thirteen comes after twelve.

One ten and four more is fourteen.

Fourteen comes after thirteen.

One ten and five more is fifteen.

Fifteen comes after fourteen.

One ten and six more is sixteen.

Sixteen comes after fifteen.

One ten and seven more is seventeen.

Seventeen comes after sixteen.

One ten and eight more is eighteen.

Eighteen comes after seventeen.

One ten and nine more is nineteen.

Nineteen comes after eighteen.

One ten and tens more is twenty.

Twenty comes after nineteen.

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