Spanish numbers are an important part of the vocabulary and not too difficult to master. Like English, many numbers in Spanish follow patterns which make them easier to learn.

The tricky part can be the pronunciation for English speakers. The good news is that Spanish is very much a say as you see language. You don’t tend to get silent letters and complicated spelling. Once you master a few basics with pronunciation, you should find Spanish numbers easy.

## Spanish Numbers 1 – 10

There are no real shortcuts with numbers 1 – 10 so we need to learn those one at a time. We have put next to each number some tips for pronouncing the number correct.

1 – Uno/Una (oo-no/oo-na)

2 – Dos

3 – Tres

4 – Cuatro (kwa-tro)

5 – Cinco (sink-oh)

6 – Seis (says)

7 – Siete (syeh-tay)

8 – Ocho (och-oh)

9 – Nueve (nway-vay)

10 – Diez (dy-yes)

### Spanish Numbers 11 – 20

Things get much easier from numbers 11 – 20 as 9 of those numbers follow two regular patterns. Number 11 – 15 for example all end with “ce”. Numbers 16 – 19 all start with “dieci” which means 10 and with the second number being added to the end. Dieciséis is 10 and 6 or sixteen, diecisiete is 10 and 7 which is 17 and so on.

11 – Once (on-say)

12 – Doce (doh-say)

13 – Trece (treh-say)

14 – Catorce (kat-tor-say)

15 – Quince (kin-sah)

16 -Dieciséis (dy-yes-ee-says)

17 – Diecisiete (dy-yes-syeh-tay)

18 – Dieciocho (dy-yes-ee-och-oh)

19 – Diecinueve (dy-yes-ee-nway-vay)

20 – Veinte (ven-tay)

### Spanish Numbers 21 – 100

Things now get even easier after 20 as we now only need to know what the round numbers are. The round numbers or numbers to the nearest 10 are 30, 40, 50 etc. The remaining numbers up to 99 all follow the same pattern. This is almost exactly the same as English.

21- Veintiuno (ven-tay-oo-no)

22 – Veintidós (ven-tay-dos-)

23 – Veintitrés (ven-tay-treys)

24 – Veinticuatro (ven-tay-kwa-tro)

25 – Veinticinco – (ven-tay-sink-oh)

26 – Veintiséis (ven-tay-says)

27 – Veintisiete (ven-syeh-tay)

28 – Veintiocho (ven-tay-och-cho)

29 – Veintinueve (ven-tay-nway-vay)

30 – Treinta (tray-yen-tah)

### Spanish Round Number From 40 -100

For the remaining round numbers from 40 -100 you will notice that the numbers all end with “enta”. You add most of the stem of numbers 1 -9 to form the round numbers as shown below.

40 – Cuarenta (kwa-ren-tah)

50 – Cincuenta (sin-kwen-tah)

60 – Sesenta (says-en-tah)

70 – Setenta (set-en-tah-)

80 – Ochenta – (och-en-tah)

90 – Noventa (no-ven-tah)

100 – Cien (see-yen)