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How to count in Spanish

Updated on December 8, 2011

Learning to count in Spanish will be a good idea, even if you are not going to Spain. I studied French in my college days. But forgot most of it now for the lack of using it. It always interests me when get an opportunity to learn a foreign language.

Spanish is the official language of Spain, most Latin American countries and Equatorial Guinea. World over, 21 countries use Spanish as their first language. Spanish is also one of six official languages of the United Nations.

Spanish is spoken by between 322 and 400 million people natively, making it the second most spoken language by number of native speakers. It is also the second most widely spoken language in the United States and the most popular studied foreign language in U.S. schools and universities. It is estimated that the combined total of native and non-native Spanish speakers is approximately 500 million, making it the fourth most spoken language.

Counting in Spanish, from 0 to 100 plus multiples of 100 are given below with respective pronunciations in brackets. Have Fun.

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)

9 : nueve (new-eh-veh)

10 : diez (dee-ace)

11 : once (ohn-say)

12 : doce (dos-say)

13 : trece (treh-seh)

14 : catorce (ca-TOR-say)

15 : quince (KEEN-say)

16 : dieciséis (dee-AY-see-saze)

17 : diecisiete (dee-AY-see-see-AY-tay )

18 : dieciocho (dee-AY-see-och-o)

19 : diecinueve (dee-AY-see-new-EH-veh)

20 : veinte (Veh-een-tee)

21 : veintiuno (Veh-een-tee-oo-no)

22 : veintidós (Veh-een-tee-DOS)

23 : veintitrés (Veh-een-tee-TRACE)

24 : veinticuatro (Veh-een-tee-KWAT-ro)

25 : veinticinco (Veh-een-tee-SINK-o)

26 : veintiséis (Veh-een-tee-saze)

27 : veintisiete (Veh-een-tee-see-ay-tay)

28 : veintiocho (Veh-een-tee-OCH-o)

29 : veintinueve (Veh-een-tee-new-EH-veh)

30 : treinta (treh-een-tah)

31 : treinta y uno (treh-een-tah ee oo-no)

32 : treinta y dos (treh-een-tah ee DOS)

33 : treinta y tres (treh-een-tah ee tres)

34 : treinta y cuatro (treh-een-tah ee KWAT-ro)

35 : treinta y cinco (treh-een-tah ee SINK-o)

36 : treinta y seis (treh-een-tah ee saze)

37 : treinta y siete (treh-een-tah ee see-ay-tay)

38 treinta y ocho (treh-een-tah ee OCH-o)

39 : treinta y nueve (treh-een-tah ee new-EH-veh)

40 : cuarenta (kwar-EN-tah)

41 : cuarenta y uno (kwar-EN-tah ee oo-no)

42 : cuarenta y dos (kwar-EN-tah ee DOS)

43 : cuarenta y tres (kwar-EN-tah ee tres)

44 : cuarenta y cuatro (kwar-EN-tah ee KWAT-ro)

45 : cuarenta y cinco (kwar-EN-tah ee SINK-o)

46 : cuarenta y seis (kwar-EN-tah ee saze)

47 : cuarenta y siete (kwar-EN-tah ee see-ay-tay)

48 : cuarenta y ocho (kwar-EN-tah ee OCH-o)

49 : cuarenta y nueve (kwar-EN-tah ee new-EH-veh)

50 : cincuenta (sink-KWEN-tah)

51 : cincuenta y uno (sink-KWEN-tah ee oo-no)

52 : cincuenta y dos (sink-KWEN-tah ee DOS)

53 : cincuenta y tres (sink-KWEN-tah ee tres)

54 : cincuenta y cuatro (sink-KWEN-tah ee KWAT-ro)

55 : cincuenta y cinco (sink-KWEN-tah ee SINK-o)

56 : cincuenta y seis (sink-KWEN-tah ee saze)

57 : cincuenta y siete (sink-KWEN-tah ee see-ay-tay)

58 : cincuenta y ocho (sink-KWEN-tah ee OCH-o)

59 : cincuenta y nueve (sink-KWEN-tah ee new-EH-veh)

60 : sesenta (seh-SEHN-tah)

61 : sesenta y uno (seh-SEHN-tah ee oo-no)

62 : sesenta y dos (seh-SEHN-tah ee DOS)

63 : sesenta y tres (seh-SEHN-tah ee tres)

64 : sesenta y cuatro (seh-SEHN-tah ee KWAT-ro)

65 : sesenta y cinco (seh-SEHN-tah ee SINK-o)

66 : sesenta y seis (seh-SEHN-tah ee saze)

67 : sesenta y siete (seh-SEHN-tah ee see-ay-tay)

68 : sesenta y ocho (seh-SEHN-tah ee OCH-o)

69 : sesenta y nueve (seh-SEHN-tah ee new-EH-veh)

70 : setenta (seh-TEHN-tah)

71 : setenta y uno (seh-TEHN-tah ee oo-no)

72 : setenta y dos (seh-TEHN-tah ee DOS)

73 setenta y tres (seh-TEHN-tah ee tres)

74 : setenta y cuatro (seh-TEHN-tah ee KWAT-ro)

75 : setenta y cinco (seh-TEHN-tah ee SINK-o)

76 : setenta y seis (seh-TEHN-tah ee saze)

77 : setenta y siete (seh-TEHN-tah ee see-ay-tay)

78 : setenta y ocho (seh-TEHN-tah ee OCH-o)

79 : setenta y nueve (seh-TEHN-tah ee new-EH-veh)

80 : ochenta (och-EHN-tah)

81 : ochenta y uno (och-EHN-tah ee oo-no)

82 : ochenta y dos (och-EHN-tah ee DOS)

83 : ochenta y tres (och-EHN-tah ee tres)

84 : ochenta y cuatro (och-EHN-tah ee KWAT-ro)

85 : ochenta y cinco (och-EHN-tah ee SINK-o)

86 : ochenta y seis (och-EHN-tah ee saze)

87 : ochenta y siete (och-EHN-tah ee see-ay-tay)

88 : ochenta y ocho (och-EHN-tah ee OCH-o)

89 : ochenta y nueve (och-EHN-tah ee new-EH-veh)

90 : noventa (no-VEHN-tah)

91 : noventa y uno (no-VEHN-tah ee oo-no)

92 : noventa y dos (no-VEHN-tah ee DOS)

93 : noventa y tres (no-VEHN-tah ee tres)

94 : noventa y cuatro (no-VEHN-tah ee KWAT-ro)

95 : noventa y cinco (no-VEHN-tah ee SINK-o)

96 : noventa y seis (no-VEHN-tah ee saze)

97 : noventa y siete (no-VEHN-tah ee see-ay-tay)

98 : noventa y ocho (no-VEHN-tah ee OCH-o)

99 : noventa y nueve (no-VEHN-tah ee new-EH-veh)

100 : cien (see-EHN)

200 : doscientos (dohs-see-EHN-tohs)

300 : trescientos (trace-see-EHN-tohs)

400 : cuatrocientos (kwah-troh-see-EHN-tohs)

500 : quinientos (key-nee-EHN-tohs)

600 : seiscientos (saze-see-EHN-tohs)

700 : setecientos (see-ay-tay-see-EHN-tohs)

800 : ochocientos (oh-cho-see-EHN-tohs)

900 : novecientos (no-veh-see-ehn-tohs)

1,000 : mil (MEAHL)

10,000 : diez mil (dee-AY-see MEAHL)

100,000 : cien mil (see-EHN MEAHL)

1,000,000 : millón (mee-yohn)

1,00,0000,000 : mil millones (MEAHL MEE-yohn)

1,000,000,000,000 : billon (bee-yohn)

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      MinecraftManiac2016 

      5 years ago

      I have to study for a gigante test tommorow and this really helped! Gracias! Adios!

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      5 years ago

      cool

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      cassie 

      5 years ago

      i love spanish it is awsome tring to bet my gma at it though and trust me it is HARD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      dizzy 

      5 years ago

      learning this at school, it helped alot thank you :) i can acctually count in spanish now whoopwhoop

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      Raphael khalid 

      6 years ago

      Hi im 10 and i can count to 100 now,but wat do you call 101?is it see-ehn-oo-n-oo?

      THNX

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      spanishbynative 

      6 years ago from Philadelpha, PA

      Nice post. Numbers are always useful and many times people forget them because you are not always using the majority of them.

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      angelina 

      6 years ago

      sume one got hrt at schol.

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      Rajan Singh Jolly 

      6 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      Hola,

      Love your hub. Interesting and likeable.

      Gracias.

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      kripal 

      7 years ago

      I like

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      someone 

      7 years ago

      why do i have so much trouble remembering these?

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      student 

      7 years ago

      thanks this helps. but it didnt help me much or at all on my home woork.

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      Eloy Pinedo 

      7 years ago from Sydney, Australia

      Good job!

      Very useful indeed.

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      ??? 

      7 years ago

      i know how to say the numbers but i just dont know how to pronounce them CORRECTLY...

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      Grimmjow JeagerJaquez & Ulquiorra Schiffer 

      7 years ago

      Well, I am know to have perfect pronounciaton for words in each language as long as I hear them once, so thanks for this~ Now I have completed Spanish, Japanese and German~ *grins* Sayonara & Gracias~

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      kiesha-kiesha 

      7 years ago

      this helps so so so much

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      fewt_print 

      8 years ago

      hopefuly this'll help with my spanish test, grasias.

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      Shaniah Rae Morse 

      8 years ago

      This is greatt. I needed this for my spanish test. You guys should have a conversation in spanish to to help me out. lmfao. Thankss

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      JohnTheGreatOne 

      8 years ago

      Funny thing is, I didn't need those words in the brackets! Pronounciation is the key to understading native languages!

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      NO YOU CANT! 

      8 years ago

      Yeah right you can already count to 100 in spanish!

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      CALLUM 

      8 years ago

      ITS IS COOL BUT I CAN ALREADY COUNT TO 100 IN SPANISH

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      kylee 

      8 years ago

      it was cool and awesome also im eight years old and i can count to 16 also i want to count like that and all that good other stuff nso thank you

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      katelyn 

      8 years ago

      it was so cool and sweet i'm eight years old also i can count to16 and i want to connt

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      katelyn 

      8 years ago

      hi nice job on the list and it wwas totly cool also sweet and i'm eight also i can count too 16 and i want to learn to count like that and talk and everything so ya it was so sweet and it was coollllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll

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      katelyn 

      8 years ago

      it was coollllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll and awesome also beaitiful and my name is katelyn

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      YOUR MOM 

      8 years ago

      Thank you, this really helps for my Spanish class.

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      BECCA 

      8 years ago

      this has really healped me whith my english

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      chocolatelover 

      8 years ago

      actually when it's like vientidos is pronounced beh-in-tay-dos so YOU'RE WRONG!!

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      8 years ago

      tht helped my hw tkx

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      Private person 

      8 years ago

      Thax helped alot with my homework

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      Hannah 

      8 years ago

      I can do the same counting. And im ten! arrivedarcha! (goodbye in italian)

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      jessy 

      8 years ago

      NICE SPANISH COUNTING ???????????????????????????????????

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      Nick  

      9 years ago

      great work!!! that really helps ui like how u added the the pronunciations

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      marion 

      9 years ago

      nice work you helped me alot thanks

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      Katherine 

      9 years ago

      Nice Work! Next time add 2,000 please!!

      >:()

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      manbearpig 

      9 years ago

      days. But forgot most of it now for the lack of using it. It always interests me when get an opportunity to learn a foreign language.

      Spanish is the official language of Spain, most Latin American countries and Equatorial Guinea. World over, 21 countries use Spanish as their first language. Spanish is also one of six official languages of the United Nations.

      Spanish is spoken by between 322 and 400 million people natively, making it the second most spoken language by number of native speakers. It is also the second most widely spoken language in the United States and the most popular

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      EllieP 

      9 years ago

      I've been learning Spanish for a long time now but I'm always forgetting numbers above 100. Don't know why.

      Good article. Keep it up. :)

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      martin 

      10 years ago

      i think it was a really nice job

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      monika_tyagi 

      10 years ago

      the meaning of the spanish words are not clear please write the meaning aiso.

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      markuz182 

      10 years ago

      Interesting. Good job!

      I speak spanish so i can say I aproove it.

      Bye.

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      Elisabeth Sowerbutts 

      10 years ago from New Zealand

      Before my first trip to a Spanish speaking country I carefully learnt the numbers up to 10 - it didnt help the currency was a 1000 or 2 to the US$ at the time - find out the currency conversion rate of where you are going and learn to count the relevant range of numbers!

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