Spanish Numbers Quiz: Can You Translate These Numbers in Spanish?
When you’re starting to learn a language, one of the first things you’ll study is numbers. When you think about how often we use numbers in everyday life, it makes sense that we study them so diligently when learning a second language. After all, we use numbers to do everything from counting to figuring out the price of items we’re buying.
If you’re just starting to learn Spanish, you’re probably busy memorizing Spanish numbers. You’re probably learning the numbers up to one hundred first and then are going on from there. If you need to do some more studying, we’re here to help.
We’ve put together a quiz that features cardinal numbers. This includes tricky three, four, and even five-digit numbers. This quiz will have you counting in Spanish in no time at all. We’ll start with easier Spanish numbers to warm you up, and then we’ll get into the harder ones. Uno, dos, tres, vamos!
Spanish numbers are one of the first things a new student works on as they learn Spanish. Cardinal numbers in Spanish can be tricky at first, but they do follow a pattern. The first thing you'll typically study is the numbers from one to 10. Knowing these will help you learn the numbers up to one hundred since the numbers follow similar patterns. For instance, four in Spanish is 'cuatro.' Once you know that, it's easy to identify fourteen, which is 'catorce,' and forty, which is 'cuarenta.'
While there are some numbers that translate well from English to Spanish, some are a bit trickier. For example, take the Spanish number 'dos mil.' Naturally, an English speaker might think that number translates to 'two million,' but it's actually two thousand. Learning tricky translations like this will help you master Spanish numbers quicker.