Spanish numbers: 1 to 100

A guide to counting from 1 to 100 in Spanish.

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Learning Spanish? Well, you’re smart to make sure you know your Spanish numbers.

After all, numbers are essential for getting around in the world – whether you need to tell a waiter to bring three glasses for your bottle of wine or simply want to know how much a jumper costs.

In this article, we’ll teach you the Spanish numbers to 100.

Before we begin, it’s important to note that these numbers will sound a little different in Spain than they do in Latin America. However, it’s easy enough to understand both if you know the differences between Spanish in Spain and the Americas.

The biggest pronunciation change you need to know when it comes to counting in Spanish is that, in Spanish speaking countries in the Americas, the letter ‘c’ is pronounced as an ‘s’ sound in when it comes before an ‘e’ or an ‘i’. For those same words, it’s pronounced instead as a ‘th’ sound (like ‘thanks’ or ‘thermometer’) in Spain.

Ready? Let’s go.

Spanish numbers 1 to 100 chart, courtesy of language-learning app, Busuu

Learn to count – Spanish numbers 1 to 100

One of the fundamentals of learning any language is learning to count. That’s why we’ve compiled a handy chart for Spanish numbers translation that includes every number from 1 to 100.

If you’re learning Spanish, one of the best ways to learn is to set small, achievable, and specific goals – so let’s start with the Spanish numbers 1 to 10.

Spanish numbers 1-10

Numeral In Spanish Pronunciation
0 cero sey-roh
1 uno oo-no
2 dos dohs
3 tres trehs
4 cuatro koo-ah-troh
5 cinco seen-coh
6 seis say-es
7 siete see-eh-teh
8 ocho oh-choh
9 nueve noo-eh-veh
10 diez dee-ehs

Okay, now that you can count to 10 in Spanish, we can move on to numbers from 11 to 20.

You’ll notice that, like in English, many of these numbers share some sounds or syllables with the numbers one to 10, but don’t quite follow a regular pattern just yet.

Spanish numbers 11-20

Numeral In Spanish Pronunciation
11 once on-say
12 doce doh-say
13 trece trey-say
14 catorce ka-tohr-say
15 quince keen-say
16 dieciséis dee-eh-see-say-es
17 diecisiete dee-eh-see-eh-teh
18 dieciocho dee-eh-see-oh-choh
19 diecinueve dee-eh-see-noo-eh-veh
20 veinte bey-en-teh

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Unlike English, the Spanish numbers from 21-29 follow their own unique format – but after that, it’s smooth sailing to 100!

Once you hit 30, as with many languages, you simply need to know the names for 30, 40, 50, and so on. You combine them with the word for ‘and’ (‘y’, en Español) and the numbers one through nine – which you’ve already learned, rockstar!

Let’s see that pattern in action...

Spanish numbers 21-50

Numeral In Spanish
21 veintiuno
22 veintidós
23 veintitrés
24 veinticuatro
25 veinticinco
26 veintiséis
27 veintisiete
28 veintiocho
29 veintinueve
30 treinta
31 treinta y uno
32 treinta y dos
33 treinta y tres
34 treinta y cuatro
35 treinta y cinco
36 treinta y seis
37 treinta y siete
38 treinta y ocho
39 treinta y nueve
40 cuarenta
41 cuarenta y uno
42 cuarenta y dos
43 cuarenta y tres
44 cuarenta y cuatro
45 cuarenta y cinco
46 cuarenta y seis
47 cuarenta y siete
48 cuarenta y ocho
49 cuarenta y nueve
50 cincuenta

Now that you’ve seen the Spanish numbers 1 to 50, you’re sure to be getting the hang of counting in Spanish! From here, it’s all about learning the numbers for 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, and of course… 100. How do you say 100 in Spanish?

Keep scrolling to find out.

And in the meantime, if you’re in a rush and just need to know how to say ‘68’ in Spanish as quickly as possible, our handy chart has you covered.

Spanish numbers 50-100

Numeral In Spanish
51 cincuenta y uno
52 cincuenta y dos
53 cincuenta y tres
54 cincuenta y cuatro
55 cincuenta y cinco
56 cincuenta y seis
57 cincuenta y siete
58 cincuenta y ocho
59 cincuenta y nueve
60 sesenta
61 sesenta y uno
62 sesenta y dos
63 sesenta y tres
64 sesenta y cuatro
65 sesenta y cinco
66 sesenta y seis
67 sesenta y siete
68 sesenta y ocho
69 sesenta y nueve
70 setenta
71 setenta y uno
72 setenta y dos
73 setenta y tres
74 setenta y cuatro
75 setenta y cinco
76 setenta y seis
77 setenta y siete
78 setenta y ocho
79 setenta y nueve
80 ochenta
81 ochenta y uno
82 ochenta y dos
83 ochenta y tres
84 ochenta y cuatro
85 ochenta y cinco
86 ochenta y seis
87 ochenta y siete
88 ochenta y ocho
89 ochenta y nueve
90 noventa
91 noventa y uno
92 noventa y dos
93 noventa y tres
94 noventa y cuatro
95 noventa y cinco
96 noventa y seis
97 noventa y siete
98 noventa y ocho
99 noventa y nueve
100 cien

Now you know how to count in Spanish

And there you have it. That’s how to count in Spanish, 1 to 100. Feel smarter? You should!

Now you can practise counting in Spanish by counting up your everyday life. Two cats, 10 fingers, 18 buttons on the television remote…

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