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Spanish Lesson Beginner 3 Numbers Posted by on Aug 4, 2010 in Spanish Grammar, Spanish Vocabulary, Videos

¡Hola! ¿Cómo estáis?

I hope you are all enjoying your Spanish. Today we are going to practice the numbers from 1 to 100.

Let´s see the numbers from 1 to 15 first:

Uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete, ocho, nueve, diez, once, doce, trece, catorce, quince

From 16 to 19 you simply add ten and six, ten and seven, etc, so…

Dieciséis, diecisiete, dieciocho, diecinueve

20 is veinte, so 21 is veintiuno, 22 is veintidós, 23 is veintitrés, etc.

30 is treinta, then 35 is treinta y cinco

40 cuarenta

50 cincuenta

60 sesenta

70 setenta

80 ochenta

90 noventa

100 cien

Now I am going to tell you some numbers in Spanish. Let´s see if you know which ones they are. I will tell you the answer after each number:

85, 18, 14, 73, 26, 42, 55, 91

Now I will say the numbers in English and you should try to think what they are in Spanish. Again I will tell you the answer after each number:

12, 44, 27, 59, 83, 39, 15, 68

Let´s see one last thing, how to ask and say your age:

¿Cuantos años tienes?: How old are you? (informal)
¿Cuantos años tiene usted? How old are you? (formal)
Tengo….: I have….

OK, this is all for today. Try to keep practicing the numbers this week and I will see you very soon with more useful Spanish.

¡Hasta pronto!

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About the Author: Laura & Adam

Laura & Adam have been blogging and creating online Spanish courses for Transparent Language since 2010. Laura is from Bilbao in northern Spain and Adam is from Devon in the south of England. They lived together in Spain for over 10 years, where their 2 daughters were born, and now they live in Scotland. Both Laura & Adam qualified as foreign language teachers in 2004 and since have been teaching Spanish in Spain, the UK, and online.


  1. Craig Jull:

    Numbers should be one of the first things when learning Spanish, as you will need straight away if you are in a foreign country.

    Hardest part about Numbers in Spanish I find is pronouncing 70 setenta as it sounds to close to sesenta.

  2. Fortuna:

    Feliz Navidad Laura. Me gusta su pelo.

    • Laura:

      @Fortuna ¡Feliz Navidad Fortuna!