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Spanish Numbers - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives
Knowing the words for numbers and how to count are basic skills for anyone learning Spanish. In this chapter, professional instructors lead lessons that teach the Spanish vocabulary words for numbers 0 through 1,000. The lessons are divided into groups of numbers, with special emphasis places on the rules for numbers in the hundreds. During these engaging video lessons, you will study how these words for numbers are used in written text and in spoken Spanish and learn to pick them out in written and spoken form. You will learn the vocabulary words for numbers up to 1,000, then engage in practice activities to familiarize yourself with the words and their use. These practice activities involve reading passages and listening to sentences in Spanish in order to identify the numbers. After completing this chapter, you should be able to:
- Count to 1,000 in Spanish
- Understand the rules for the hundreds
- Identify numbers in a written passage
- Identify numbers in a spoken sentence
|Counting to 100 in Spanish||Study an introduction to numbers 0-100.|
|Practice Reading and Hearing Spanish Numbers: 0-100||Identify numbers 0-100 in written and spoken sentences.|
|Spanish Numbers 101-199||Take a look at an introduction to numbers 101-199.|
|Spanish Numbers to 1,000: Learning Hundreds in Spanish||Find out about numbers 200-1,000.|
|Spanish Numbers 101-1,000: Practice Activity||Identify numbers 101-1,000 in written and spoken sentences.|
1. Counting to 100 in Spanish
Learning to count in another language is crucial to advancing in proficiency. Learn tips and tricks to learning the numbers 0-100 in Spanish, and memorize them in no time!
2. Practice Reading and Hearing Spanish Numbers: 0-100
Numbers are a crucial component to learning a new language such as Spanish. Learn to recognize hearing and practice reading Spanish numbers 0-100, and memorize different ways to use them in examples of sports, weather, and the news.
3. Spanish Numbers to 101-199
The Spanish numbers 101 to 199 are formed by simply adding the word ciento in front of a base number from 1 to 99. Learn how to interpret base number patterns to count from 101 to 200 in Spanish.
4. Spanish Numbers to 1,000: Learning Hundreds in Spanish
In Spanish, numbers have gender agreements if they are used as adjectives. Learn the Spanish words for numbers from 201 to 1,000, and understand when to apply gender agreement if the numbers are used to describe a person, place, or thing.
5. Ordinal Numbers in Spanish
Ordinal numbers express the order or position of something. Learn what ordinal numbers are and practice writing and pronouncing them in Spanish considering gender agreement.
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