# You have already learned numbers 0–100

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You have already learned numbers 0–100

Numbers 31–100 Numbers 31–99 follow the same basic pattern:

Y is used in the numbers from 31 through 99
Y is used in the numbers from 31 through 99. Unlike numbers 21–29, these numbers must be written as three separate words. Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.

With numbers that end in uno (31, 41, etc
With numbers that end in uno (31, 41, etc.), uno becomes un before a masculine noun and una before a feminine noun. Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.

Cien is used before nouns and in counting.
The words un, una, and uno are never used before cien in Spanish. Ciento is used for numbers over one hundred. Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.

Numbers higher As shown in the chart, Spanish uses a period to indicate thousands and millions, rather than a comma as used in English. Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.

The numbers 200 through 999 agree in gender with the nouns they modify.

The word mil, which can mean a thousand and one thousand, is not usually used in the plural form when referring to numbers. Un millón (a million or one million), has the plural form millones (used with 2 million and higher), in which the accent is dropped. Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.

1.000.000 de hombres = un millón de hombres
¡Atención! When millón or millones is used before a noun, the word de is placed between the two: de hombres = un millón de hombres de aviones = doce millones de aviones. Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.

Notice there is no “y” (and) between the parts.
To express a complex number (including years), string together its component parts. Notice there is no “y” (and) between the parts. The only time you use “y” with the numbers is with number Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.

In other words,when stating a number, always start with your largest quantity. Next, move on to the smaller quantities one at a time until you have none left. Por ejemplo: 482 ( ) Step one: Cuatrocientos Step two: Cuatrocientos ochenta Step three: Cuatrocientos ochenta y dos

Give the Spanish equivalent of each number
Give the Spanish equivalent of each number. The first item has been done for you. 102 __________ __________ 201 __________ 76 __________ 92 __________ __________ 235 __________ 79 __________ 113 __________ 88 __________ __________ 497 __________ ciento dos Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.

550.300 quinientos cincuenta mil trescientos
Give the Spanish equivalent of each number. The first item has been done for you. 102 __________ cinco millones 201doscientos uno 76 setenta y seis 92 noventa y dos quinientos cincuenta mil trescientos 235 doscientos treinta y cinco 79 setenta y nueve 113 ciento trece 88 ochenta y ocho diecisiete mil ciento veintitrés 497 cuatrocientos noventa y siete ciento dos Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.

1) 345 2) 699 3) 1,422 4) 807 5) 214

1) 150 2) 466 3) 709 4) 1,534 5) 972