Spanish Numbers & Payment Flashcards

Spanish Numbers & Payment Flashcards
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Translate the following number into Spanish: 400 (four hundred)
cuatrocientos
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Translate the following number into Spanish: 150 (one hundred and fifty)
ciento cincuenta
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Translate the following number into Spanish: 166 (One hundred and sixty-six)
ciento sesenta y seis
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Translate the following number into Spanish: 118 (one hundred and eighteen)
ciento dieciocho
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Translate the following number into Spanish: 32 (thirty-two)
trienta y dos
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Translate the following number into Spanish: 100 (one hundred)
cien
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Translate the following number into Spanish: 24 (twenty-four)
veinticuatro
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Translate the following sentence into Spanish: It costs 215 pesos.
Cuesta doscientos quince pesos.
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Translate the following into English: Puedes pagar con ...
You may pay with ...
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Translate the following into English: dinero en efectivo
Cash
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Translate the following question into Spanish: May I pay with a credit card?
¿Puedo pagar con tarjeta de crédito?
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When you're traveling to a Spanish-speaking country, you'll surely need to make purchases! From souvenirs to lunch at a local restaurant, you'll need to be equipped to understand and translate numbers and phrases about payment. Review this set of cards to prepare for a trip to a foreign land or take a test in your Spanish class!

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Translate the following question into Spanish: May I pay with a credit card?
¿Puedo pagar con tarjeta de crédito?
Translate the following into English: dinero en efectivo
Cash
Translate the following into English: Puedes pagar con ...
You may pay with ...
Translate the following sentence into Spanish: It costs 215 pesos.
Cuesta doscientos quince pesos.
Translate the following number into Spanish: 24 (twenty-four)
veinticuatro
Translate the following number into Spanish: 100 (one hundred)
cien
Translate the following number into Spanish: 32 (thirty-two)
trienta y dos
Translate the following number into Spanish: 118 (one hundred and eighteen)
ciento dieciocho
Translate the following number into Spanish: 166 (One hundred and sixty-six)
ciento sesenta y seis
Translate the following number into Spanish: 150 (one hundred and fifty)
ciento cincuenta
Translate the following number into Spanish: 400 (four hundred)
cuatrocientos
Translate the following number into English: mil
1,000 (one thousand)
Translate the following number into Spanish: 985 (nine hundred and eighty-five)
novecientos ochenta y cinco
Translate the following question into English: ¿Cuánto cuesta?
How much does it cost?
Translate the following question into Spanish: What is the exchange rate?
¿Cuál es la tasa de cambio?
Translate the following into English: tarjeta de débito
debit card
State numbers one through ten (1-10) in Spanish.
uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete, ocho, nueve, diez
Translate the following number into Spanish: 67 (sixty-seven)
sesenta y siete
Translate the following number into Spanish: 94 (ninety-four)
noventa y cuatro
Translate the following number into Spanish: 22 (twenty-two)

veintidós


When translating numbers in the twenties, use veinti + the 1-9 Spanish number to create any number between 21 and 29.

In Spanish, count by tens starting with thirty and ending at ninety.

Treinta, cuarenta, cincuenta, sesenta, setenta, ochenta, noventa.


To make a number between thirty and ninety, use the formula: tens number + y (and) + number 1-9. Example: 61 = sesenta y uno

In Spanish, count by hundreds starting with 100 (one hundred) and ending at 1,000 (one thousand).
cien, doscientos, trescientos, cuatrocientos, quinientos, seiscientos, setecientos, ochocientos, novecientos, mil
When saying or writing the numbers 101-199 in Spanish, cien is changed to _____.
ciento. For example, 145 in Spanish is ciento cuarenta y cinco.

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