Obviously, a new & easy-to learn language has to have absolute regularity & simplicity for all its numbers.

The base numbers should be monosyllabic & very distinct, for instance:

**nil - won - tuw - tri - for - fiv - six - set - okt - nin - ten**

Next groups up could be:

**hunda - mila - miliona**- ?

All numbers should be pronounced from left to right, with no joining up, no hyphens, no plurals & no "and".

Big numbers are separated with a comma after thousands, millions etc.

The same comma is used in the alphabetical & numerical representations.

It introduces a clarifying pause in the spoken versions, as well as the obviously-necessary break in the written numbers.

Examples:

0 | nil |

1 | won |

2 | tuw |

3 | tri |

4 | for |

5 | fiv |

6 | six |

7 | set |

8 | okt |

9 | nin |

10 | ten |

11 | ten won |

12 | ten tuw |

20 | tuw ten |

21 | tuw ten won |

36 | tri ten six |

99 | nin ten nin |

100 | hunda |

101 | hunda won |

160 | hunda six ten |

199 | hunda nin ten nin |

200 | tuw hunda |

206 | tuw hunda six |

266 | tuw hunda six ten six |

999 | nin hunda nin ten nin |

1,000 | mila |

1,001 | mila, won |

1,234 | mila, tuw hunda tri ten for |

2,000 | tuw mila |

20,000 | tuw ten mila |

20,001 | tuw ten mila, won |

23,456 | tuw ten tri mila, for hunda fiv ten six |

234,567 | tuw hunda tri ten for mila, fiv hunda six ten set |

1,000,000 | miliona |

1,000,001 | miliona, won |

2,345,678 | tuw miliona, tri hunda for ten fiv mila, six hunda set ten okt |

I will cover very big & very small numbers, & ordinals, separately.