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Números Ordinales Oridinal Numbers
Números Ordinales Ordinal numbers means what’s 1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd, etc. – 1˚, 2 ˚, 3 ˚… In Spanish there are masculine and feminine forms 1 st and 3 rd have 3 forms All others only have 2 forms
Números Ordinales primero – (after noun) primera primer – (in front of noun) el primer día – (first day) el número primero – The first number la primera clase – The first clase
Números Ordinales tercero – (after noun) tercera tercer – (in front of noun) el tercer carro – (third car) el número tercero – The third number la tercera casa – The third house
Números Ordinales 1 ˚ - primero, primera, primer 2 ˚ - segundo, segunda 3 ˚ - tercero, tercera, tercer 4 ˚ - cuarto, cuarta 5 ˚ - quinto, quinta
Números Ordinales 6 ˚ - sexto, sexta 7 ˚ - séptimo, séptima 8 ˚ - octavo, octava 9 ˚ - noveno, novena 10 ˚ - décimo, décima
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