# What does the number 3 look like in Spanish?

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Here are the Spanish numbers: 1 – uno. 2 – dos. 3 – tres.

## What does Spanish numbers look like?

The words for the first 15 numbers in Spanish are uno (1), dos (2), tres (3), cuatro (4), cinco (5), seis (6), siete (7), ocho (8), nueve (9), diez (10), once (11), doce (12), trece (13), catorce (14), and quince (15).

## How do you write Spanish numbers?

There’s no real pattern, you just have to learn them: uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete, ocho, nueve, diez, once, doce, trece, catorce, quince. Other than veinte (again), they all have a clear relationship with the related smaller number: cuatro cuarenta, ocho ochenta, etc.

## What are the numbers 1 to 10 in Spanish?

Lesson Review

In this lesson, we learned the vocabulary and pronunciation for the numbers 1-10 in Spanish: uno (ooh-no), dos (dohs), tres (trays), cuatro (kwah-troh), cinco (seen-koh), seis (says), siete (syay-tay), ocho (oh-choh), nueve (nway-vay), diez (dyays).

## How are numbers written in Mexico?

An example of a Mexican phone number

1. +52 – (area code) – (phone number)
2. +52-XX-XXXX-XXXX or +52-XXX-XXX-XXXX.

## How do u spell 60?

60 in words is written as Sixty.

## How do you count to 16 in Spanish?

For the numbers 16 through 19, you simply take the rightmost numeral and write “diez + y + siete = diez y siete” which contracts into “diecisiete” in the case of the number 16.

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## Do numbers have gender in Spanish?

Actually, numbers in Spanish are always masculine when they work as nouns: El seis es un número que me gusta mucho (“Six is a number that I like very much”).