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Así se forma 3: Counting from 100 and indicating the yearIn Hispanic countries, prices of meals and of everyday items are often expressed in thousands of pesos, colones, and so on. Therefore, it is important to become accustomed to understanding and using numbers over 100. cien ochocientos/as 800 ciento uno/a 101 novecientos/as 900 doscientos/as 200 mil trescientos/as 300 dos mil cuatrocientos/as 400 cien mil quinientos/as 500 doscientos mil seiscientos/as 600 un millón (de + noun) setecientos/as 700 dos millones (de + noun) Copyright © 2008 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Así se forma 3: Counting from 100 and indicating the yearCien is used before a noun or as the number 100 when counting. Ciento is used with numbers 101 to 199. Hay cien estudiantes en la clase. Cien, ciento uno,… Sólo tengo cien pesos. La torta cuesta ciento un pesos. In Spanish, there is no y between hundreds and a smaller number, although and is often used in English. 205 (two hundred and five) = doscientos cinco NOT doscientos y cinco Copyright © 2008 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Así se forma 3: Counting from 100 and indicating the yearWhen the numbers modify a noun, they agree in gender. Trescientos alumnos y quinientas alumnas Years above 1000 are not broken into two-digit groups as they are in English. 1971 (nineteen seventy one) = mil novecientos setenta y uno NOT diecinueve setenta y uno In writing numbers, Spanish commonly uses a period where English uses a comma, and vice-versa. English: $121, = Spanish: $ ,50 Copyright © 2008 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Practice numbers from 100 Say these amounts and years: 100 1492 Copyright © 2008 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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