Spanish Numbers - Counting from 0 to 100   By Ron Slone

Spanish Grammar Spanish Numbers Counting from 0 to 100
Overview

The number for one in Spanish is uno. It loses its o and becomes un when used before a masculine noun.

When used before a feminine noun it changes to una.

For example:

un niño - one boy
una niña - one girl

You should use uno when counting generically, as in:

uno, dos, tres, cuatro - one, two, three, four

You should use un or una when counting specifically, as in:

un plátano, una manzana - one banana, one apple

Now that you know the various forms of one in Spanish and when to use them, let´s look at the Numbers from 1 to 100 in Spanish!


0 to 20
21 to 39
40 to 100
 






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