Cardinal Numbers.

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Cardinal Numbers

Del 0 al 100 0-19 20 = veinte 30 = treinta 40 = cuarenta
50 = cincuenta 60 = sesenta 70 = setenta 80 = ochenta 90 = noventa 100 = cien Spanish4Teachers.org

Del 20 al 99 Trick Ejemplo 21-29 veinti + número veintidos 31-39
treinta y + número treinta y tres 41-49 cuarenta y + número cuarenta y seis 91-99 noventa y + número noventa y nueve Notice: the numbers that only form one word are… Spanish4Teachers.org

Recuerda!!! Los números del 0 al 99 are very important because they make part of all the other numbers that follow… Spanish4Teachers.org

100, 200, 300, 400, …, 900 To learn the numbers from , we must first learn the ones ending in two CEROS. Like which ones??? Spanish4Teachers.org

200, 300, 400, …, 900 200 = doscientos 300 = trescientos
400 = cuatrocientos 500 = quinientos 600 = seiscientos 700 = setecientos 800 = ochocientos 900 = novecientos Trick: Number + cientos Be careful with these because they are exceptions!!! Spanish4Teachers.org

101 al 199 The numbers from 101 to 199 start with Ciento 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 9 9 ciento uno ciento doce ciento noventa y nueve Trick: Ciento + Number Spanish4Teachers.org

200 al 999 Numbers from 201 to 999 are very easy: 200 doscientos 201
doscientos uno 300 trescientos 304 trescientos cuatro 400 cuatrocientos 415 cuatrocientos quince 500 quinientos 520 quinientos veinte novecientos Novecientos noventa y nueve 900 999 Trick??? Spanish4Teachers.org

1.000, 2.000, 3.000, …, 9.000 To learn the numbers from 1,000- 9,999, we must first learn the ones ending in two CEROS. Like which ones??? Spanish4Teachers.org

1.000, 2.000, 3.000,…, 9.000 mil dos mil tres mil cuatro mil cinco mil
seis mil siete mil ocho mil nueve mil 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 9,000 Trick: Number + mil Spanish4Teachers.org

All Other Combinations With 1.000, 2.000, 3.000,…, 9.000
Now all you do to say any other number is: mil dos mil tres mil cuatro mil cinco mil seis mil siete mil ocho mil nueve mil 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 9,000 + any other number you already know 2345 = dos mil trescientos cuarenta y cinco Spanish4Teachers.org

Cardinal Numbers Here are the numbers 1-10: 1. uno 2. dos 3. tres 4. cuatro 5. cinco 6. seis 7. siete 8. ocho 9. nueve 10. diez When counting generically (one, two, three ...) use "uno" but when counting specifically (one cat, one dog), use "un" or "una." un libroone bookuna plumaone penuno, dos, tresone, two, three The number "one" changes from "uno" to "un" before a masculine noun. un libro=one book, un perro=one dog (male), un hombre=one man The number "one" changes from "uno" to "una" before a feminine noun. una pluma=one pen, una gata=one cat (female), una chica=one girl

Cardinal Numbers When counting generically (one, two, three ...) use "uno" but when counting specifically (one cat, one dog), use "un" or "una." un libro= one book, una pluma= one pen; uno, dos, tres= one, two, three

1.000.000, 2.000.000, …9.000.000 un millón dos millones tres millones
cuatro millones cinco millones seis millones siete millones ocho millones nueve millones 1,000,000 2,000,000 3,000,000 4,000,000 5,000,000 6,000,000 7,000,000 8,000,000 9,000,000 Trick: Number + millones Spanish4Teachers.org

All Other Combinations With 1.000, 2.000, 3.000,…, 9.000
Now all you do to say any other number is: un millón dos millones tres millones cuatro millones cinco millones seis millones siete millones ocho millones nueve millones 1,000,000 2,000,000 3,000,000 4,000,000 5,000,000 6,000,000 7,000,000 8,000,000 9,000,000 + any other number you already know 2,345,225 = dos millones trescientos cuarenta y cinco mil doscientos veinticinco

Millions Numbers The Spanish for a million is un millón.
Notice that, unlike the Spanish for a thousand, you need to include un. The same rule applies for the Spanish number for a billion - un billón. You have to include the un. To make the plural of millón or billón, you just add -es and remove the accent. 1,000 – mil 1,000,000- un millon 2,000,000 dos millones

Cardinal Numbers To give the date in Spanish, use:
El + cardinal number + de + month El veinte de enero

Cardinal Numbers The year is always given using complete numbers:
Mil novecientos ochenta y cuatro = 1984

Arithmetic Expressions

Arithmetic Expressions
The following expressions are used in Arithmetic problems in Spanish: y, mas – plus (+) menos – minus (-) por – (multiplied) by, “times” (x) dividido por – divided by (÷) son, es igual a – equals (=) 35+70=105 (Treinta y cinco mas setenta es igual a / son ciento cinco)

Ordinal Numbers

Ordinal numbers can also be called place value numbers
Ordinal numbers can also be called place value numbers. In English, an example is first, second, third. The ordinal numbers come before the noun and must agree in gender.

The Spanish Ordinal Numbers
First-primero/a Eighth-octavo/a Second-segundo/a Ninth-noveno/a Third-tercero/a Tenth-décimo/a Fourth-cuarto/a Eleventh-undécimo/a Fifth-quinto/a Twelveth-duodécimo/a Sixth-sexto/a Seventh-séptimo/a

Special Rules When you have a masculine noun following the words first and third, you need to drop the –o. Ex. El primer chico-the first boy El tercer pupitre-the third desk

Fill in the lines with the appropriate ordinal number.
1. Ana María es la segunda. 2. Bobo es _______________. 3. Carlos es ______________. 4. Carolina es _____________. 5. David es _______________. 6. José es _______________. 7. Marisol es _____________. 8. Miki es _______________. 9. Pablo es _______________. 10. Susana es _____________. *** es=is ***el= the for masculine ***la=the for feminine

Fill in the lines with the appropriate number for each of the items.

Express the following in Spanish:
= 105 691 – 255 = 436 636 x 25 = 15,900 2,400 ÷ 12 = 200