Counting in Turkish is a rather simple endeavor, once you get past knowing the numbers. So here's a simple table of numbers, and the we can move on to making more difficult numbers. Also, the proper pronounciations can be found at Turkish Alphabet.

If you'll observe, sixty, seventy, eighty, and ninety are modeled after their single-digit counterpart. The first syllables are rather similar.

```         0 sıfır
1 bir
2 iki
3 üç
4 dört
5 beş
6 altı
7 yedi
8 sekiz
9 dokuz
10 on
20 yirmi
30 otuz
40 kırk
50 elli
60 altmış
70 yetmiş
80 seksen
90 doksan
100 yüz
1,000 bin
1,000,000 milyon
Which afterwards is rather simple for English speakers, it goes bilyon, trilyon, etc.
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Now the construction of a number is rather simple. As you might've noticed there isn't a number just for eleven, like English has. To make eleven, all you have to do is put 10 and 1 togethor: on bir. The same goes for all two-digit numbers.

Three-digit numbers work much the same way, 143 is uz kirk uc. The composition of numbers as they increase stay this way, simply adding on. If we wanted to convert one million, two-hundred and thirty-six thousand, and a hundred and eighty-seven, 1,236,187, it would be much like it would be in English: bir milyon iki bin otuz altı bir yüz seksen yedi.