Spanish Numbers

Beginner Spanish - Level A1

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In this lesson you will learn all about Spanish numbers and how to form Spanish numbers 0-1000. 

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Spanish Numbers

We use numbers all the time in our day to day lives when telling the time, talking about the cost of an item, reading an address or a in any myriad of other scenarios! It’s time you learn to use numbers in Spanish!

Learning numbers in Spanish is like building a tower. Let’s start with our base:

Even though it is rare to spell out a number in written form, this will help you with saying them aloud which is done all the time!

  • 0-Cero
  • 1-Uno
  • 2-Dos
  • 3-Tres
  • 4-Cuatro
  • 5-Cinco
  • 6-Seis
  • 7-Siete
  • 8-Ocho
  • 9-Nueve
  • 10-Diez
  • 11-Once
  • 12-Doce
  • 13-Trece
  • 14-Catorce
  • 15-Quince
Now, we will add a bit more to our numbers for 16-20. These will all start with the prefix “dieci”.

  • 16-Dieciséis
  • 17-Diecisiete
  • 18-Dieciocho
  • 19-Diecinueve
Time for the next set! The 20’s will all start with a prefix as well but it will change to “veinti”.
  • 20-Veinte
  • 21-Veintiuno
  • 22-Veintidós
  • 23-Veintitrés
  • 24-Veinticuatro
  • 25-Veinticinco
  • 26-Veintiséis
  • 27-Veintisiete
  • 28-Veintiocho
  • 29-Veintinueve

Alright, for the next numbers 30-99 we will follow this formula:
10’s place + “y” + ones place
For example: 31- treinta y uno

30-Teinta

40- cuarenta

50- cincuenta

60- sesenta

70- setenta

80- ochenta

90- noventa

Now for the 100’s place!
We’re going to use the word “ciento” and then add the next number afterward.

100- cien

101- ciento uno

102- ciento dos

103- ciento tres

Continued…

We will do this for the rest of the 100’s. Here are the other hundred's places: 

200- doscientos

300- trescientos

400- cuatrocientos

500- quinientos

600- seiscientos

700- setecientos

800- ochocientos

900- novecientos

*1000- mil
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Let’s practice writing out a few of our numbers. Be careful with your spelling. Be sure to click READ MORE to see the answer key! 

1.  127

2.  207

3.  408

4.  658

5.  382

6.  931

7.  1000

8.  2020

9.  815

10. 515 

Answer key: 1. ciento veintisiete, 2. doscientos siete, 3. cuatrocientos ocho, 4. seiscientos cincuenta y ocho , 5. seiscientos cincuenta y ocho, 6. novecientos treinta y uno, 7. Mil, 8. dos mil veinte, 9. ochocientos quince, 10. quinientos quince 

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