Spanish (Latin America) Numbers

This page is about numbers in Spanish (Latin America). Including the cardinal (counting) and ordinal (order) numbers. Each of which is used in a different situation.

One: uno
Two: dos
Three: tres
Four: cuatro
Five: cinco
Six: seis
Seven: siete
Eight: ocho
Nine: nueve
Ten: diez
Eleven: once
Twelve: doce
Thirteen: trece
Fourteen: catorce
Fifteen: quince
Sixteen: dieciséis
Seventeen: diecisiete
Eighteen: dieciocho
Nineteen: diecinueve
Twenty: veinte
Thirty three: treinta y tres
One hundred: cien
Three hundred and sixty: trescientos sesenta
One thousand: mil

Here are some examples in Spanish (Latin America) for the cardinal numbers above.

Two thousand and fourteen: Dos mil catorce
One million: un millón
I'm thirty years old: Tengo treinta años
I have 2 sisters and one brother: Tengo dos hermanas y un hermano

Now we move on to the ordinal numbers, which helps us organize things by order or rank.

First: primero
Second: segundo
Third: tercero
Fourth: cuarto
Fifth: quinto
Sixth: sexto
Seventh: séptimo
Eighth: octavo
Ninth: noveno
Tenth: décimo
Eleventh: undécimo
Twelfth: duodécimo
Thirteenth: decimotercero
Fourteenth: decimocuarto
Fifteenth: decimoquinto
Sixteenth: decimosexto
Seventeenth: decimoséptimo
Eighteenth: décimoctavo
Nineteenth: Decimonoveno
Twentieth: vigésimo

And here are a couple sentences related to the ordinal numbers above.

English is my first language: Ingles es mi primer idioma
Her second language is Spanish: Español es su segundo idioma
Once: una vez
Twice: dos veces

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