Numbers in Spanish [An Overview]

Today I’ll walk you through the basics of Spanish numbers.  

Podcast Version

Written Version

If you’re familiar with Spanish pronunciation rules, you can now pronounce the following list of numbers (or at least make a reasonable attempt):

EnglishSpanish
Cero
1Uno
2Dos
3Tres
4Cuatro
5Cinco
6Seis
7Siete
8Ocho
9Nueve
10Diez
11Once
12Doce
13Trece
14Catorce
15Quince
16Dieciséis
17Diecisiete
18Dieciocho
19Diecinueve
20Veinte
21Veintiuno
22Veintidós
23Veintitrés
24Veinticuatro
25Veinticinco
26Veintiséis
27Veintisiete
28Veintiocho
29Veintinueve
30Treinta
31Treinta y uno 
32Treinta y dos
33Treinta y tres 
34Treinta y cuatro
35Treinta y cinco

All the subsequent numbers (40, 50, etc.) follow the same pattern as 30, so you simply add “y uno”, “y dos” and so on to the numbers “cuarenta”, “cincuenta”, etc.

40Cuarenta
50Cincuenta
60Sesenta
70Setenta
80Ochenta
90Noventa
100Cien
101Ciento uno
102Ciento dos
200Doscientos
300Trescientos
400Cuatrocientos
500Quinientos
600Seiscientos
700Setecientos
800Ochocientos
900Novecientos
1000Mil
1125Mil ciento veinticinco
1543Mil quinientos cuarenta y tres
2000Dos mil
One millionun millón

Wrapping Up

While a lot of numbers were left out to save space, the Spanish numbers listed demonstrate all the patterns needed for you to count up into the hundreds, thousands, and beyond.

Practice a few minutes daily for a while, and you should start feeling comfortable with Spanish numbers before long!

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