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How to Speak Spanish (Numbers)

For young children
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Lara Knezevic

on 2 November 2012

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Transcript of How to Speak Spanish (Numbers)

Once, Doce, Trece... Introduction to Spanish Our first step to learning our Spanish Numbers is to practise our articulation and pronounciation.
First what is articulation?

Definition: Articulation is the way of saying your speech clearly with full projection and making sure that every
syllable in each word is pronounced.

Pronounciation: The way a word is said.

Now that you know what these words mean, we will be using them throughout our Spanish Lesson. DIVERTIRSE!!( Have fun in spanish!!) Pronounciation and Articulation LETS START! When we are learning our Spanish numbers, we are going to take our time and practise slowly, number after number, so make sure you are following and watching the whole time!

Lets Learn the first five numbers in Spanish: 1, 2, 3, 4 and last but not least, 5!
Number one: UNO in Spanish and pronounced as OOOO - KNOW
Number two: DOS in Spanish and pronounced as DOHS
Number three: TRES in Spanish and pronounced as TRESS
Number four: CUATRO in Spanish and pronounced as KWAT- RO
Number five: CINCO in Spanish and pronounced as SIN- CO

So :
1: UNO
2: DOS
3: TRES
4: CUATRO
5: CINCO
IT TAKES TIME TO LEARN THIGS BUT
PRACTISE MAKES PERFECT!!
KEEP PRACTISING! Seis, Siete, Ocho... Now, onto our next five numbers: 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15! Double Digit numbers are a bit trickier than the other numbers, so make sure your watching! Pronounciation and Articulation are both well used within these numbers!

Here are our next five numbers:
Number Eleven: Once in Spanish and pronounced as ON - SEH
Number Twelve: Doce in Spanish and pronounced as DO - SEH
Number Thirteen: Trece in Spanish and pronounced as TRE - SEH
Number Fourteen: Catorce in Spanish and pronounced as CA - TORSE
Number Fifteen: Quince in Spanish and pronounced as KIN - SEH

So:
11: Once
12: Doce
13: Trece
14: Catorce
15: Quince
Keep practising! Your nearly finished! Spanish Numbers
-For children- &
Leila Alameddine By Lara Knezevic Hola kids! Hola means Hello! Have you ever wanted to know how to count from one to ten in Spanish numbers? Guess what, we are going to learn how to count from one to twenty! By the end of the lesson, you'll be an expert at your Spanish numbers, so listen close!
Ms Leila And Ms Lara will guide you through every step of the way! Its time to move on to our next few numbers: 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10! Dont panic because once you get the hang of the first 10 numbers, you will fly through your next 10 numbers that we will be learning today!

Moving on, here is our next five numbers in Spanish:

Number Six: Seis in Spanish and pronounced as SAI - S
Number Seven: Siete in Spanish and pronounced as SEE- ETTE
Number Eight: Ocho in Spanish and pronounced as O - CHO
Number Nine: Nueve in Spanish and pronounced as NU - EHVE
Number Ten: Diez in Spanish and pronounced as DEE - EZ

So:
6: Seis
7: Siete
8: Ocho
9: Nueve
10: Diez
YOUR HALF WAY THROUGH!
KEEP PRACTISING,
YOUR DOING AWESOME! Were nearly finished our 20 numbers! Heres the last five: 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20! When weve finished these numbers, we will go back over our 20 numbers to make sure that we are sure of our numbers! Here are the next bunch:

Number 16: Diecisèis in Spanish and Pronounced as DIE - ESSI - SAIS
Number 17: Diecisiete in Spanish and pronounced as DIE - SSI - SEE - ETTE
Number 18: Dieciocho in Spanish and pronounced as DIE - SSI - OCH - OH
Number 19: Diecinueve in Spanish and pronounced as DEE - SSI - NOO - EHVE
Number 20: Veinte in Spanish and pronounced as VAIN - TEE

MAKE SURE THAT YOUR GOT THOSE FIVE NUMBERS MEMORISED! The last Bunch! YOUR FINISHED!! GOOD JOB AND KEEP
UP THE GREAT EFFORT! Last step for the lesson is we go over our numbers to make sure we know every single one of them!
HERE WE GO":
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: DIECIS`ÈIS
17: DIECISIETE
18: DIECIOCHO
19: DIECINUEVE
20: VEINTE! Lets go over our numbers again! ADIOS!!
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