5 Números by tens30. treinta31. treinta y uno40. cuarenta50. cincuenta60. sesenta70. setenta80. ochenta90. noventa100. cien
6 P. 8 activity 2:Write out the numbers in Spanish
7 To find out or give the price of something, you say Asking for pricesTo find out or give the price of something, you say¿Cuánto es, por favor?
8 Spain uses the euro, the currency of all countries of the European Union. In many Latin American countries, such as México, the currency is the peso.Venezuela uses the bolívar, named in honor of the Latin American hero Simón Bolívar.In Guatemala, the currency is named after the beautiful national bird—el quetzal.In some countries, such as Panamá and Ecuador, the monetary unit is the U.S. dollar.Monetary UnitsSummarize:
9 Steps for writing large numbers NúmerosSteps for writing large numbersWrite the first number you sayWrite the 2nd number you say, etc.The only time you use “y” is between the ten spot and one spot (31-39, 41-49, 51-59, 61-69, 71-79, 81-89, 91-99)100. CienIf you are between : cien becomes ciento101. ciento uno200. doscientos300. trescientos400. cuatrocientos500. quinientos600. seiscientos700. setecientos800. ochocientos900. novecientos
10 Números 1,000-1,000,0001,000: mil2,000: dos mil16,000: dieciséis mil500,000: quinientos mil1,000,000: un millón2,000,000: dos millones
11 RulesUn is NOT used before cien, ciento, and mil.cien personas= a hundred peoplemil pesos =a thousand pesos
12 1,27515,023563,7102, 310, 704PracticeWrite out the following numbers