Whether you’re considering going out with a Spanish speaker or improving your Spanish to achieve a straightforward conversational level,
knowing the Numbers in Spanish 1-10 is an essential topic that anyone thinking about learning Spanish for beginners should focus on during the initial weeks of studying the Spanish language.
Even though it might seem as being a complicated subject initially,
learning the Numbers in Spanish 1-10 is easier if you take the time to recognize the patterns that may be found.
Let’s look at the cardinal Numbers in Spanish 1-10
In this Spanish numbers worksheet initial section, we will take a look at the numbers from 1 to 10
Numbers in Spanish 1-10:
1 – uno
2 – dos
3 – tres
4 – cuatro
5 – cinco
6 – seis
7 – siete
8 – ocho
9 – nueve
10 – diez
As an additional note related to learning about the numbers from 1 to 10,
whenever the number “one” is used before a noun (as in “one coin” – “una moneda” or “one pencil” – “un lapiz”)
it should match the gender of the noun.
This is not needed with the rest of the numbers, only with “one”:
Masculine – singular: un
Feminine – singular: una
Numbers in Spanish, a few examples … Feminine:
One screen – una pantalla
One window – una ventana
One spoon – una cuchara
Numbers in Spanish a few examples … Masculine:
One pencil – un lapiz
One shoe – un zapato
One music player – un reproductor de música
when learning how to write numbers in Spanish:
If you are counting use “uno” (as in 1,2,3 – uno, dos, tres)
and if you are specifying the amount of something use the word “un” or “una” depending on the gender of the noun (as in “one red car” – “un carro rojo” or “one yellow house – una casa amarilla”),
it is that simple.
Mastering the Numbers in Spanish 1-10 is time well spent when learning Spanish for beginners, since they’re used often in daily life situations.
As you have seen studying the numbers from 1 to 10 is less difficult than most people think,
so start practicing today, come on!
Ready for more?
Keep learning here: Numbers in Spanish from 1 to 20
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