Spanish Numbers 1–30: A Basic Guide To Spanish Numbers

by Laura C. Jones
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Learning a new language can be interesting and exhausting at the same time. However, with the right help, you can master it without putting in much effort. In this article, you will learn how to pronounce Spanish numbers from 1–30. “Numeros” is the Spanish word for numbers. Here is a list of Spanish numbers 1–30 and how to pronounce them.

List Of Spanish Numbers 1–30

#1. One: uno

#2. Two: dos

#3. Three: tres

#4. Four: cuatro

#5. Five: cinco

#6. Six: seis

#7. Seven: siete

#8. Eight: ocho

#9. Nine: nueve

#10. Ten: diez

#11. Eleven: once

#12. Twelve: doce

#13. Thirteen: trece

#14. Fourteen: catorce

#15. Fifteen: quince

#16. Sixteen: diez y seis or dieciséis

#17. Seventeen: diez y siete or diecisiete

#18. Eighteen: diez y ocho or dieciocho

#19. Nineteen: diez y nueve or diecinueve

#20. Twenty: veinte

#21. Twenty-one: veinte y uno or veintiuno

#22. Twenty-two: veinte y dos or veintidós

#23. Twenty-three: veintitrés

#24. Twenty-four: veinticuatro

#25 Twenty-five: veinticinco

#26. Twenty-six: veintiséis

#27. Twenty-seven: veintisiete

#28. Twenty-eight: veintiocho

#29. Twenty-nine: veintinueve

#30. Thirty: treinta

If you observe the numbers from 1 to 15, there is no particular noticeable pattern. You have no other way but to learn them the way they are. You must then learn the multiples of ten. If you are having trouble with learning multiples of 10, remember this — all of the multiples except veinte end with -enta.

From 16-19, take the second digit and add “diez+y” before it. “Diez+y” means digits. For example, 16 would be diez y seis, contracted to dieciséis.

From 20 onwards, first, say the “tens” number, add y in between, and then say the “ones” number. For example, 29 would be veinte y nueve.

Pronunciation

#1. One is pronounced as oo-noh

#2. Two is pronounced as dohs

#3. Three is pronounced as trays

#4. Four is pronounced as kwah-troh

#5. Five is pronounced as seen-koh

#6. Six is pronounced as says

#7. Seven is pronounced as see-ay-tay

#8. Eight is pronounced as oh-choh

#9. Nine is pronounced as new-ay-vay

#10. Ten is pronounced as dee-ays

#11. Eleven is pronounced as ohn-say

#12. Twelve is pronounced as doh-say

#13. Thirteen is pronounced as tray-say

#14. Fourteen is pronounced as kah-tor-say

#15. Fifteen is pronounced as keen-say

#16. Sixteen is pronounced as dee-ays ee says

#17. Seventeen is pronounced as dee-ays ee see-ay-tay

#18. Eighteen is pronounced as dee-ays ee oh-choh

#19. Nineteen is pronounced as dee-ays ee new-ay-vay

#20. Twenty is pronounced as bayn-tay

#21. Twenty-one is pronounced as bayn-tay ee oo-noh

#22. Twenty-two is pronounced as bayn-tay ee dohs

#23. Twenty-three is pronounced as beh-in-tee-trace

#24. Twenty-four is pronounced as beh-in-tee-kwah-troh

#25. Twenty-five is pronounced as beh-in-tee-seen-koh

#26. Twenty-six is pronounced as beh-in-tee-saze

#27. Twenty-seven is pronounced as beh-in-tee-see-eh-teh

#28. Twenty-eight is pronounced as beh-in-tee-oh-choh

#29. Twenty-nine is pronounced as beh-in-tee-noo-eh-beh

#30. Thirty is pronounced as trayn-tah

A Few Parting Words

Learning Spanish, especially if you are not sufficiently exposed to it, can be hard. You might struggle with usage and forms, and mostly pronunciation. Learning Spanish numbers 1–30 is one of the basic steps to learning a language. If you are not taking up Spanish classes and are learning on your own, hopefully, this list of Spanish numbers 1-30 will be of help for your self-study.

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