Hello! Do you know how to say numbers in Spanish? In today’s lesson I will teach you to count from 1 to 100 in Spanish. Learn the numbers in Spanish to talk about your age, phone number, time, money, to ask «how much is it?» and much more. Ready?
Numbers from 0 to 10
Let’s start with the basics. Here are the cardinal numbers in Spanish from 0 -10:
One (uno) if used to describe quantity or used as an article, it becomes “un” for masculine nouns and “una” for feminine nouns.
For example: a cat / un gato, a house/ una casa, one box /una caja, one book/ un libro.
Practice the numbers in Spanish from 0 to 10
Numbers from 11 to 19
From 11 to 15 there’s no real pattern you have to learn them.
For numbers from 16 to 19, take the rightmost digit and say “diez + y + (digit)”. E.g. 18 = “diez + y + ocho” = “diez y ocho”, which contracts to dieciocho. This is much like how in English 16 is “six-ten” i.e. “sixteen”.
Practice the numbers in Spanish from 0 to 19
Numbers from 20 to 29
The numbers from 21 to 29 use a combination of veinti- and a number from 1-9 (with no space in between).
Numbers from 30 to 100
For numbers above twenty, simply take the “tens” number (treinta, cuarenta etc…) and the “ones” number (uno, dos, etc…) and stick y (“and”) in the middle.
E.g. 31 = “thirty and one” = treinta y uno.
(30 to 39)
(40 to 49)
(50 to 59)
(60 to 69)
(70 to 79)
(80 to 89)
(90 to 99)
Practice the numbers in Spanish from 30 to 100
Practice the numbers from 30 to 100 with QUIZLET
Numbers in Spanish from 0 to 100
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