# Spanish Numbers to 101-199

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Instructor: Ashley Garcias-Casas
The counting continues! In this lesson we will focus on the numbers 101-200 in Spanish. Make sure you have a good understanding of the numbers 1-100, because we will use them as a base for forming numbers 101-200.

## Reviewing 1-100

When learning a foreign language, you start by forming a base of knowledge and then build upon that base to make more complex sentences and structures. The same is true when learning numbers. We are going to quickly review the numbers 0-100, and then we will continue on with higher numbers.

We will start with 0-30. Try to say the number before the flashcard appears onscreen.

• 1 - uno (OO-noh)
• 2 - dos (DOHS)
• 3 - tres (TREHS)
• 4 - cuatro (koo-AH-troh)
• 5 - cinco (SEEN-koh)
• 6 - seis (SEH-ees)
• 7 - siete (see-EH-teh)
• 8 - ocho (OH-choh)
• 9 - nueve (noo-EH-veh)
• 10 - diez (dee-EHS)
• 11 - once (OHN-seh)
• 12 - doce (DOH-seh)
• 13 - trece (TREH-seh)
• 14 - catorce (kah-TOHR-seh)
• 15 - quince (KEEN-seh)
• 16 - dieciséis (dee-eh-see-SEH-ees)
• 17 - diecisiete (dee-eh-see-see-EH-teh)
• 18 - dieciocho (dee-eh-see-OH-choh)
• 19 - diecinueve (dee-eh-see-noo-EH-veh)
• 20 - veinte (VEH-een-teh)
• 21 - veintiuno (veh-een-tee-OO-noh)
• 22 - veintidós (vah-een-tee-DOHS)
• 23 - veintitrés (veh-een-tee-TREHS)
• 24 - veinticuatro (veh-een-tee-koo-AH-troh)
• 25 - veinticinco (veh-een-tee-SEEN-koh)
• 26 - veintiséis (veh-een-tee-SEH-ees)
• 27 - veintisiete (veh-een-tee-see-EH-teh)
• 28 - veintiocho (veh-een-tee-OH-choh)
• 29 - veintinueve (veh-een-tee-noo-EH-veh)
• 30 - treinta (TREH-een-tah)

Great! Now remember: for 31-99, we can use one structure to create any number. Let's review the tens.

• 30 - treinta (TREH-een-tah)
• 40 - cuarenta (koo-ah-REHN-tah)
• 50 - cincuenta (seen-koo-EHN-tah)
• 60 - sesenta (seh-SEHN-tah)
• 70 - setenta (seh-TEHN-tah)
• 80 - ochenta (oh-CHEN-tah)
• 90 - noventa (noh-VEHN-tah)
• 100 - cien (see-EHN)

Then, we have the y, and the last component is any number 1-9.

• 1 - uno
• 2 - dos
• 3 - tres
• 4 - cuatro
• 5 - cinco
• 6 - seis
• 7 - siete
• 8 - ocho
• 9 - nueve

Remember that combining the numbers in this format will give you any number from 31-99. And how do we say 100 in Spanish? Cien.

## Numbers 101-200

If we combine 100 with any other number, it changes from cien to ciento (see-EHN-toh).

For example, 101 - ciento uno. Notice there is no 'and,' y, between the hundreds and tens place.

• 102 - ciento dos
• 103 - ciento tres
• 104 - ciento cuatro
• 105 - ciento cinco

Notice a pattern? How do you think we say 110? Ciento diez. What about 125? Ciento veinticinco.

Bien! To form any number from 101-199, all we have to do is add the ciento in the hundreds place, and then any number from 1-99 that we reviewed in the first section of this lesson. It's that easy!

Let's look at a few more numbers.

• 130 - ciento treinta
• 143 - ciento cuarenta y tres
• 154 - ciento cincuenta y cuatro
• 162 - ciento sesenta y dos
• 178 - ciento setenta y ocho
• 186 - ciento ochenta y seis
• 199 - ciento noventa y nueve

If you were to guess, how do you think we would say 200 in Spanish? Doscientos.

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