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Study which consonants commonly correspond to which numbers. Each number is assigned a consonant based on some kind of recognizable relationship between the two:[2]
0 - z, s, soft c - "z" is the first letter of zero. The others have a similar sound
1 - d, t - t has one downstroke d has as similar sound (some variants include th)
2 - n - n has two downstrokes.
3 - m - three downstrokes, also "3" looks like "m" on its side
"3" looks like "m" on its side
4 - r - last letter of four
5 - l - L is the Roman numeral for 50
6 - j, sh, ch, soft g - a script j has a lower loop / g is almost a 6 rolled around
7 - k, hard c, hard g, q, qu - capital K contains two sevens
8 - f, v - script f looks like a figure-8 (some variants include th)
9 - b, p - P is a mirror-image 9, b sounds similar
Practice by taking some words and determining which numbers go with them.After a few minutes of this, you will know the system.
Practice by taking some words and determining which numbers go with them.After a few minutes of this, you will know the system.
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