Numbers 30 - 1000

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30 = treinta
40 = cuarenta
50 = cincuenta
60 = sesenta
70 = setenta
80 = ochenta
90 = noventa
100 = cien

* Starting with “31” Spanish numbers are not written in combined form. The word “y” is used to separate the numbers. For example:

treinta y cinco. = 35

noventa y dos = 92

cincuenta y nueve = 59

* The word “cien” is only used before nouns and in counting. The word “ciento” is used to form the numbers 101 – 199. For example:

ciento treinta y dos = 132

ciento noventa y tres = 193

Tengo ciento veintitres dólares. = I have 123 dollars.

but…

Tengo cien dólares. = I have 100 dollars.

200 = doscientos
300 = trescientos
400 = cuatrocientos
500 = quinientos
600 = seiscientos
700 = setecientos
800 = ochocientos
900 = novecientos
1000 = mil

The numbers 200 through 900 have to match the gender of the noun they describe.

Hay doscientas mujeres que trabajan aquí. = There are 200 women that work here.

Hay doscientos hombres que trabajan aquí. = There are 200 men that work here.

To combine hundreds with tens you do the following:

trescientos treinta y cuatro = 334

novecientos cincuenta y tres = 953



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