Synergy Spanish

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

How To Count In Spanish - The Numbers


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 = dieciséis ( it simply means diez y seis = 0 and 6, but it is written differently)

For 21 to 29, they start with -veinti which sounds like "twenty" in English, so it will be easier for you to remember:

22 = veintidós
23 = veintitrés
24 = veinticuatro
25 = veinticinco
26 = veintiséis
27 = veintisiete
28 = veintiocho
29 = veintinueve

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

A Tip From Marcus Santamaria from Synergy Spanish

If you want to learn how to learn Spanish faster, try thinking in Spanish.

Every day, you always have voices in your head, so why don't you just change your thinking into Spanish language?

This technique of thinking in Spanish has helped Marcus Santamaria, creator of Synergy Spanish, tremendously.

Marcus used to teach English in a factory in Tijuana, Mexico, that produce accessories for RVs. When he finished teaching, he would drive for about 20 minutes to another factory that assembled stationery.

During that drive, he practiced his Spanish by imagining himself having conversations in Spanish language. 

Turned out that it was surprisingly easy because he had no fear of being wrong, and he could talk about anything he wanted.

After practicing thinking in Spanish, Marcus started to be able to speak the language with flow.  It started become easier for him switching from English mode to Spanish mode.

To get some foundations, you can use Synergy Spanish that gives you as many as 88,000 phrases from just 138 words. This is one of the quickest ways of learing how to get by in Spanish.

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