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Numbers in Spanish - Los Numeros
Los Pesos Weights
un gramo 1 gm
cien gramos 100 grams
un kilo 1 kg
diez kilos 10 kilograms
una tonelada 1 ton
Las medidas Measurements
un milímetro 1 mm
un centímetro 1 cm
diez centímetros 10 cm
un metro 1 metre
cien metros 100 metres
un kilómetro 1 kilometre
una pulgada 1 inch
doce pulgadas 12 inches
un pie 1 foot
una milla 1 mile
Measuring Stick
1 uno (un / una)
2 dos
3 tres
4 cuatro
5 cinco
6 seis
7 siete
8 ocho
9 nueve
10 diez
11 once
12 doce
13 trece
14 catorce
15 quince
16 dieciséis
17 diecisiete
18 dieciocho
19 diecinueve
20 veinte
21 veintiuno/ún/una
22 veintidós
23 veintitrés
24 veinticuatro
25 veinticinco
26 veintiséis
27 veintisiete
28 veintiocho
29 veintinueve
30 treinta
31 treinta y uno (un/una)
32 treinta y dos
33 treinta y tres
34 treinta y cuatro
35 treinta y cinco
36 treinta y seis
37 treinta y siete
38 treinta y ocho
39 treinta y nueve
40 cuarenta
41 cuarenta y uno (un/una)
42 cuarenta y dos
43 cuarenta y tres
50 cincuenta
54 cincuenta y cuatro
60 sesenta
65 sesenta y cinco
70 setenta
76 setenta y seis
80 ochenta
87 ochenta y siete
90 noventa
98 noventa y ocho
99 noventa y nueve
100 cien (ciento)
101 ciento uno (un/una)
102 ciento dos
200 doscientos/as
205 doscientos/as cinco
300 trescientos/as
310 trescientos/as diez
400 cuatrocientos/as
414 cuatrocientos/as catorce
500 quinientos/as
518 quinientos/as dieciocho
600 seiscientos/as
626 seiscientos/as veintiséis
700 setecientos/as
735 setecientos/as treinta y cinco
800 ocho cientos
846 ocho cientos/as cuarenta y seis
900 novecientos
953 novecientos/as cincuenta tres
1000 mil
1001 mil (y) uno (un / una)
1225 mil dos cientos/as veinticinco
1350 mil tres cientos/as cincuenta
2000 dos mil
3000 tres mil
10.000 diez mil
25.000 veinticinco mil
50.000 cincuenta mil
100.000 cien mil
1.000.000 un millón mil millones
2,5 two point five (2.5)
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Numbers and Gender
Some Spanish numbers that are used with nouns have to agree in gender to the nouns that they are counting. These include the following numbers:
1 / 100 / 200 / 300 / 400 / 500 / 600 / 700 / 800 / 900
uno / un / una (one) cien / ciento (one hundred)
     uno - use this form when counting (uno, dos, tres, cuatro    etc), but not when counting nouns
un - use this form before masculine nouns
Él quiere un vaso de vino. He wants a glass of wine.
Nos quedaremos por un día. We will stay for one day.
una - use this form before feminine nouns
Él quiere una taza de café. He wants a cup of coffee.
Nos quedaremos por una noche. We will stay for one night.
cien - use this form before masculine and feminine nouns
Cien ladrillos en la pared. One hundred bricks in the wall.
Cien hojas de papel. One hundred sheets of paper.
ciento - use this form before other numbers
Ciento cinco tipos de pintura. One hundres and five types of paint.
Hay ciento mil personas aquí. There are one hundred thousand people here.
Porcentaje % Percentage %
un por ciento 1% one percent 1%
(un) quince por ciento 15% fifteen percent 15%
(un) cien por cien/ciento 100% one hundred percent 100%
Using un (one), before all percentages except one percent is optional as is the use of cien or ciento (one hundred) when using one hundered percent.
1st, 2nd, 3rd etc (ordinal numbers)
masculine feminine
1st primero primera
2nd segundo segunda
3rd tercero tercera
4th cuarto cuarta
5th quinto quinta
6th sexto sexta
7th séptimo séptima
8th octavo octava
9th noveno novena
10th décimo 10º décima 10ª
11th undécimo 11º undécima 11ª
12th duodécimo 12º duodécima 12ª
100th centésimo 100º centésima 100ª
101st centésimo primero 101º centésima primera 101ª
102nd centésimo segundo 102º centésima segunda 102ª
1000th milésimo 1000º milésima 1000ª
1001st milésimo primero 1001º milésima primera 1001ª
Primero/a (1st) and tercero/a (3rd) take a shortened form when they are used before singular masculine nouns. (1er and 3er)
Fue el primer día del mes. It was the first day of the month.
(Yo) comeré pescado primero. I'll eat fish first.
Él lo hizo por primera vez. He did it for the first time.
Marzo es el tercer mes del año. March is the third month of the year.
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