**Learning the numbers in Spanish is simple and practical – each and every time you shop you’ll be able to practice Spanish numbers**

One of the most useful things you can learn are how to pronounce the **numbers in Spanish**. At some point in a Spanish speaking country you’ll be faced with shopping and if you understand nothing else, knowledge of the numbers in Spanish will help you both asking for products and understanding their price.

## Cardinal Numbers

### Spanish numbers from 0 to 99

Cardinal numbers are used for quantity (one, two, three), as opposed to ordinal numbers, which are used for order (first, second, third). Note that the pattern used in the teens and twenties is different to 30 and above, and that numbers ending in 1 follow the gender of the following noun; if the noun is masculine **uno** shortens to **un**; **veintiuno** becomes **veintiÃºn** in the masculine to preserve the emphasis on the **u**; if feminine **uno** becomes **una**.

0. Cero 1. Uno 2. Dos 3. Tres 4. Cuatro 5. Cinco 6. Seis 7. Siete 8. Ocho 9. Nueve |
10. Diez 11. Once 12. Doce 13. Trece 14. Catorce 15. Quince 16. DiecisÃ©is 17. Diecisiete 18. Dieciocho 19. Diecinueve |
20. Veinte 21. Veintiuno 22. VeintidÃ³s 23. VeintitrÃ©s 24. Veinticuatro 25. Veinticinco 26. VeintisÃ©is 27. Veintisiete 28. Veintiocho 29. Veintinueve |
30. Treinta 31. Treinta y uno 32. Treinta y dos 40. Cuarenta 50. Cincuenta 60. Sesenta 70. Setenta 80. Ochenta 90. Noventa 99. Noventa y nueve |

### Spanish numbers from 100 to 999

The ending of the 100s agrees with the gender of following noun, for example **doscientos** becomes **doscientas**.

100. Cien

101. Ceinto uno

102. Ceinto dos

103. Ceinto tres

110. Ciento diez

200. Doscientos

300. Trescientos

400. Cuatrocientos

500. Quinientos

600. Seiscientos

700. Setecientos

800. Ochocientos

900. Novecientos

999. Novecientos noventa y nueve

### 1000 and above

1000. Mil

2000. Dos mil

3298. Tres mil doscientos noventa y ocho

10000. Diez mil

100000. Cien mil

1000000. Un millÃ³n

2000000. Dos millones

Note that in Spanish it is usual to use a comma to denote a decimal number and and period to mark thousands. Therefore 1,5 signifies one point five (one and a half) and 1.000 signifies one thousand. This doesn’t apply to all territories such as Puerto Rico where the US system is used instead.