Learn the numbers in Spanish from 1-10.
The numbers in Spanish from one to ten are as follows:
|0 ... cero|
pronounced serro (Latin America) or therro (Spain)
|1 ... uno (un), una |
|2 ... dos|
| 3 ... tres |
| 4 ... cuatro |
| 5 ... cinco |
pronounced seenko(Latin America) or theenko (Spain)
| 6 ... seis |
| 7 ... siete |
| 8 ... ocho |
| 9 ... nueve |
| 10 .. diez |
pronounced dee-es (Latin America) or dee-eth (Spain)
Now run them all together:
cero - uno - dos - tres - cuatro - cinco - seis - siete - ocho - nueve - diez....
Now cover up the list and run through it by looking at the digits:
1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10
Now try it in reverse:
diez - nueve - ocho - siete - seis - cinco - cuatro - tres - dos - uno - cero.
Notes to remember about these basic Spanish numbers:
- uno is used with masculine nouns.
- Quiero uno. = I'd like one (referring to a masculine object)
- uno becomes un when placed before masculine nouns. It can also be translated as 'a'.
- un regalo = one (a) present.
- una is used with feminine nouns. It can also be translated as 'a'.
- una casa = one (a) house.
- When using numbers higher than one, the nouns change to the plural form, as in English.
- tres casas = three houses
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