Hola everyone! We hope everything is okay with you and you are enjoying the life. In this lesson we are going to learn Spanish numbers with Maurucio the founder and teacher of Rocket Spanish. Now please watch below video and write your comments on the comment section under this post…

How To Learn Spanish Nunmbers

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The Spanish numbers are not difficult to learn. Even when there are some exceptions in the way to form them, their construction follows rules that will allow students to learn them easily.

Here are the Spanish numbers:

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  • 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
  • 16 – dieciséis
  • 17 – diecisiete
  • 18 – dieciocho
  • 19 – diecinueve
  • 20 – veinte
  • 21 – veintiuno
  • 22 – veintidós
  • 23 – veintitrés
  • 24 – veinticuatro
  • 25 – veinticinco
  • 26 – veintiséis
  • 27 – veintisiete
  • 28 – veintiocho
  • 29 – veintinueve
  • 30 – treinta
  • 31 – treinta y uno
  • 32 – treinta y dos
  • 33 – treinta y tres
  • 40 – cuarenta
  • 41 – cuarenta y uno
  • 42 – cuarenta y dos
  • 50 – cincuenta
  • 60 – sesenta
  • 70 – setenta
  • 80 – ochenta
  • 90 – noventa
  • 100 – cien
  • 101 – ciento uno
  • 102 – ciento dos
  • 110 – ciento diez
  • 111 – ciento once
  • 200 – doscientos
  • 201 – doscientos uno
  • 202 – doscientos dos
  • 211 – doscientos once
  • 276 – doscientos setenta y seis
  • 300 – trescientos
  • 400 – cuatrocientos
  • 500 – quinientos
  • 600 – seiscientos
  • 700 – setecientos
  • 800 – ochocientos
  • 900 – novecientos
  • 1.000 – mil
  • 1.011 – mil once
  • 1.111 – mil ciento once
  • 2.000 – dos mil
  • 3.000.003 – tres millones tres

Ordinal Numbers in Spanish

So far I’ve only talked about cardinal numbers – one, two, three, etc. It’s also important to learn the ordinal numbers – first, second, third, fourth, etc. Here are the first ten:

English Español
first primero
second segundo
third tercero
fourth cuarto
fifth quinto
sixth sexto
seventh séptimo
eighth octavo
ninth noveno
tenth décimo

Ordinal numbers are adjectives that must agree with the noun – although, unlike most Spanish adjectives, they go before the noun, not after:

  • el segundo libro = the second book
  • la segunda persona = the second person
  • los primeros carros = the first cars
  • las primeras flores = the first flowers

Note that primero and tercero drop the “o” before a singular masculine noun:

  • el primer día = the first day
  • el tercer hijo = the third son

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