The numbers 1 through 10 in Spanish are: uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete, ocho, nueve, and diez.
Spanish numbers belong to an Indo-Arabic based decimal system, although the
history of the number system is much more ancient. The Babylonians used ...
Vocabulary words for Spanish Numbers, 1-100. Includes studying games and
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Spanish grammar. Discussion: Cardinal Numbers 31-1000.
Gender: As indicated above, the italicized portions of numbers
vary according to gender. When a number
ends in -uno ("one"), the form -un is used before masculine nouns, and -una before feminine nouns. Thus in Spain 1.234,567 would be the way of writing mil doscientos... More »
You're objective MUST be to learn Spanish . ... If you're counting "feminine
objects," you will want to change these numbers to their corresponding feminine
Spanish Numbers 1-100 0: cero (say-ro) 1: uno(oo-no) 2: dos(dose) 3:tres(trace)
4:cuatro(kwat-ro) 5:cinco(sink-o) 6:seis(saze) 7:siete(see-yet-eh) 8: ocho(och-o)
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Seven is a prime number.El siete es un número primo. 2. (identifying number). a.
el número (M). Your passport number doesn't appear on the boarding pass.