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Spanish numbers 1-100

 

Have you ever realized how you use the numbers in English everyday? Imagine how useful they can be in Spanish!

Learning the Numbers in Spanish 1-100 is a basic topic that can accelerate your progress,

and it is much easier if you take the time to identify the predictable patterns

that can be observed in the initial numbers in Spanish from 1 to 100.

 

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Let’s look at the Numbers in Spanish 1-100

In this numbers in Spanish worksheet initial section,

 

we will take a look at the numbers from 1 to 30 in detail;

 

and later on we will continue with the rest of the numbers all the way to 100.

 

 

Numbers in Spanish from 1 to 10:

 

1 – uno

2 – dos

3 – tres

4 – cuatro

5 – cinco

6 – seis

7 – siete

8 – ocho

9 – nueve

10 – diez

 

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Now, let’s look at the numbers from 11 to 20

 

11 – once

12 – doce

13 – trece

14 – catorce

15 – quince

16 – dieciséis

17 – diecisiete

18 – dieciocho

19 – diecinueve

20 – veinte

 

 

Now, let’s look at the Spanish numbers from 21 to 30 (as you will notice, numbers between 21 and 29 are formed by the word “venti” and a regular number right next to it)

 

Let’s see:

 

 

21 – veintiuno

22 – veintidós

23 – veintitrés

24 – veinticuatro

25 – veinticinco

26 – veintiséis

27 – veintisiete

28 – veintiocho

29 – veintinueve

30 – treinta

 

 

Now, let’s review the numbers in Spanish from 31 to 100

 

 

After number 30, numbers in Spanish show a very consistent and predictable pattern.

 

 

Let’s see a few examples, try to notice the patterns:

 

 

38 – treinta y ocho

43 – cuarenta y tres

72 – setenta y dos

87 – ochenta y siete

95 – noventa y cinco

 

 

As you may have guessed,

 

these Spanish numbers are formed by the tens (30, 40, 50 …)

 

followed by the word “y” (which is similar to the word “and”, it works as a conjunction)

 

and another number from 1 to 9.

 

 

 

For example:

45 – cuarenta + y + cinco

52 – cincuenta + y + dos

84 – ochenta + y + cuatro

 

 

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First, let´s take a look at each 10 number increment (also known as tens):

10 – diez

20 – veinte

30 – treinta

40 – cuarenta

50 – cincuenta

60 – sesenta

70 – setenta

80 – ochenta

90 – noventa

100 – cien

 

 

Now, let’s review all the numbers from 31 to 100

 

31 – treinta y uno 
32 – treinta y dos 
33 – treinta y tres 
34 – treinta y cuatro 
35 – treinta y cinco 
36 – treinta y seis 
37 – treinta y siete 
38 – treinta y ocho 
39 – treinta y nueve 
40 – cuarenta
41 – cuarenta y uno 
42 – cuarenta y dos 
43 – cuarenta y tres 
44 – cuarenta y cuatro
45 – cuarenta y cinco 
46 – cuarenta y seis 
47 – cuarenta y siete 
48 – cuarenta y ocho 
49 – cuarenta y nueve 
50 – cincuenta 
51 – cincuenta y uno 
52 – cincuenta y dos 
53 – cincuenta y tres 
54 – cincuenta y cuatro 
55 – cincuenta y cinco 
56 – cincuenta y seis 
57 – cincuenta y siete 
58 – cincuenta y ocho 
59 – cincuenta y nueve 
60 – sesenta 
61 – sesenta y uno 
62 – sesenta y dos 
63 – sesenta y tres 
64 – sesenta y cuatro 
65 – sesenta y cinco 
66 – sesenta y seis 
67 – sesenta y siete 
68 – sesenta y ocho 
69 – sesenta y nueve 
70 – setenta 
71 – setenta y uno 
72 – setenta y dos 
73 – setenta y tres 
74 – setenta y cuatro 
75 – setenta y cinco 
76 – setenta y seis 
77 – setenta y siete 
78 – setenta y ocho 
79 – setenta y nueve 
80 – ochenta 
81 – ochenta y uno 
82 – ochenta y dos 
83 – ochenta y tres
84 – ochenta y cuatro
85 – ochenta y cinco
86 – ochenta y seis
87 – ochenta y siete
88 – ochenta y ocho
89 – ochenta y nueve
90 – noventa
91 – noventa y uno
92 – noventa y dos
93 – noventa y tres
94 – noventa y cuatro
95 – noventa y cinco
96 – noventa y seis
97 – noventa y siete
98 – noventa y ocho
99 – noventa y nueve
100 – cien

 

 

 

Learning the numbers in Spanish is time well spent when learning Spanish for beginners, because they are used often in everyday life.

 

As you can see learning the Numbers in Spanish 1-100 is much easier than most people think.

 

You only need to memorize the numbers from 1 to 20, understand the pattern of the numbers from 21 to 30;

 

and know how to construct the numbers in Spanish from 31 to 100.

 

 

 

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