## What are the numbers in Spanish?

Here are the Spanish numbers: 1 1 – uno 2 2 – dos 3 3 – tres 4 4 – cuatro 5 5 – cinco 6 6 – seis 7 7 – siete 8 8 – ocho 9 9 – nueve 10 10 – diez Mas cosas…

## How to say the numbers in Spanish from 0 to 100?

But before we get into that, let’s learn how to say the numbers in Spanish from 0 to 100 ( los números de cero a cien ). Cardinal numbers denote quantity, as opposed to order. To talk about order, you can use ordinal numbers. Here are the numbers from 0 to 20, as well as the multiples of 10 from 10 to 100.

**What are the numbers in Spanish from 31 to 99?**

Numbers in Spanish from 31 to 99 1 32 – treinta y dos 2 41 – cuarenta y uno 3 56 – cincuenta y seis 4 99 – noventa y nueve

**How do you count to 1000 in Spanish?**

To be able to count all the way to 1000, you just need to learn ten more Spanish numbers, the hundreds: To form the rest of the numbers, just write first the word for the hundreds, and then the “remaining” number, from 1 to 99, just as before. But what is “one hundred” in Spanish? “One hundred” is ciento nearly always.

Spanish numbers 11 to 49 Spanish Numbers 11 – 49. 11 eleven – once. 12 twelve – doce. 13 thirteen – trece. 14 fourteen – catorce. 15 fifteen – quince. 16 sixteen – dieciséis. 17 seventeen – diecisiete. 18 eighteen – dieciocho. 19 nineteen – diecinueve. 20 twenty – veinte. 21 twenty one – veintiuno. 22 twenty two

### What are the numbers 1000 to 9000 in Spanish?

Spanish numbers 1000 to 9000. Spanish Numbers 1000 – 9000. 1000 thousand – mil. 2000 two thousand – dos mil. 3000 three thousand – tres mil. 4000 four thousand – cuatro mil. 5000 five thousand – cinco mil. 6000 six thousand – seis mil. 7000 seven thousand – siete mil.

### What is the plural of 0 in Spanish?

Some things you may have noticed: In Spanish, any quantity which is not exactly “1”, including “0”, is expressed in plural form. In some cases, it is correct to mix digits and letters to express a number, like in 400 millones (400 000 000) or 2,5 billones (2 500 000 000 000).

**How do you write 100000 in Spanish with a period?**

Note: In most Spanish-speaking countries, a period is used as a number separator instead of a comma in the US. For example, it could look like 10.000 (meaning 10,000) or 100.000 (meaning 100,000), so be careful.

**What are cardinal numbers in Spanish?**

“Cardinal numbers” is just a fancy name for the regular numbers we know and use, such as uno, dos and trés (one, two, and three). We use cardinal numbers in Spanish in the following situations:

#### How do you write numbers between 101 and 999 in Spanish?

For numbers between 101 and 999, you just have to put the hundreds first, followed by the number in the last two digits. Think of it like you’re saying two separate numbers at once. 536 = quinientos (500) treinta y seis (36). 712 = setecientos (700) doce (12). 808 = ochocientos (800) ocho (8). 191 = ciento (100) noventa y uno (91).

#### What are the Spanish numbers with accents?

What Spanish numbers have accents? Only four numbers have accent marks: dieciséis, veintidós, veintitrés, and veintiséis. The reason is that all four letters end in an s and have the stressed syllable at the end. In accordance with grammar rules, acute words that end in s, n, or a vowel need an accent mark in the stressed syllable.