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# Tag Archives: numbers

## How to read numbers in Spanish Posted by Adir on Jan 27, 2012

Believe it or not, numbers give Spanish students a real hard time, so today let’s go over how to say telephone numbers, dates, prices, percentages, math operations, temperature, weight and measurements in Spanish. Telephone numbers – The most common way of reading them is: 2-75-49-02 = dos, setenta y cinco, cuarenta y nueve, cero dos…

## Review: Los Numerales Posted by Adir on Jun 30, 2011

You’ve been studying Spanish for some time but when it comes to numbers you hit a snag. What to do? Well, para decirte la verdad, understanding and using numbers is not an easy task, really, so you just need to practice until you master them. Now, below you have some sentences with numbers for you…

## Spanish Lesson Beginner 3 Numbers Posted by Laura & Adam on Aug 4, 2010

¡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…

## Ordinal numbers in Spanish Posted by Adir on Jun 28, 2010

Ordinal numbers can very tricky when they’re written in Spanish. 1º – primero 2º – segundo 3º – tercero 4º – cuarto 5º – quinto 6º – sexto 7º – séptimo 8º – octavo 9º – noveno 10º – décimo 11º – undécimo 12º – duodécimo 13º – decimotercero 14º – decimocuarto 15º – decimoquinto…

## Spanish Numbers 1-100 Posted by Magda on Apr 14, 2010

One or the most basic skills we need to know when learning a language is how to count and use numbers, so here we go! I remember when I was a child, and I practiced my numbers everyday with El Conde Dracu (Count Von Count). I loved it! Next you can have a look at…

## Wedding Anniversaries in Spanish Posted by Adir on Apr 27, 2009

Here you have a list of the traditional materials for wedding anniversary presents. This list has the materials for the first fifteen years of marriage, then for every five years until the 60th anniversary, and next for the 75th. Pay attention to the ordinal numbers in Spanish! 1º primero – el papel (paper) 2º segundo…

## Idioms with Numbers Posted by Adir on Dec 23, 2008

There are several idioms formed with numbers. Check them out! Cero ser un cero a la izquierda – to be useless Uno una y no más, Santo Tomás – once is enough Dos cada dos por tres – very frequently estar entre dos fuegos – to be caught in the crossfire estar entre dos aguas…