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Understanding Numbers

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Debbie Berkman

on 3 July 2014

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Look at the Chart Below
Do you see any patterns?
Numbers 0-15
There are no patterns for numbers 0-15.
You have to memorize them.

Numbers 16-19
From 16 to 29, the numbers are compound words.

The first part of the word is the ten's position.
The second part of the word is the one's position.

Numbers 20-29
There are two ways to write the numbers 20-29.
Numbers 30+
From 30 on, keep the words separate.

The first word is the ten's position.
The second word is "and".
The third word is the one's position.
Understanding Numbers
in Spanish
**Pay attention to 6, 7 and 10. The "i" and the "e" switch places.
Do you see any patterns?
diez + seis = dieciséis
diez + seis = dieciséis
EXAMPLE:
16
*please note 16 has an accent
17
diez + siete = diecisiete
NOW YOU TRY!
Write out 18
10 + 7 = 17
18 is....

dieciocho
Write out the three words.

20 + 1 = 21
veinte + uno = veinte y uno
Way #1:
** "and" can be written as "y" or "i" **
Way #2:
Make the number a compound word.

~The "y" becomes an "i"
~Accents are put on 22 & 26
Now You Try:
Write out 25.
25 is...
veinte y cinco

or

veinticinco
42
(40 + 2 = 42)
cuarenta

y

dos
53
(50 + 3 =53)
cincuenta

y

tres
68
(60 + 8 = 68)
sesenta

y
ocho
Now You Try!
Write out 79
79 is...
setenta y nueve
Numbers 100+
JUST FOR YOU TO KNOW...
The pattern changes.
Look at these numbers:
Notice the "and" is missing.
You add the "and" for numbers that.....
...are NOT compound words
like these:
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