So eleven is read 'achad asar' and not 'echad asar' like it is written in tips and notes?
In portuguese: 10- DEZ 15- quinze 16- DEZesseis
Italian: 10- Dieci 16- Sedici 17- DICIassette
English: 10- Ten 12- Twelve 13- ThirTEeN
French: 10: dix 16: seize 17: DIX-sept
why is the "asara"-part different in ten and eleven? both refer to men which is masculine. why dont both get the male version asara?
It’s just the way the language evolved. Like how in English we don’t say ten and fourten, we say ten and fourteen.
Ten: eser, asara
Eleven: akhat esre, akhad asar