September 1, 2020 · ,

A Practical Guide to Numbers in Spanish

This guide goes beyond uno, dos, tres! You will gain the confidence to go from bargaining at the local market to negotiating business deal.


The Practical Guide to Numbers in Spanish - Vamos Spanish Academy

Learning the numbers is one of the basics when picking up Spanish. While they seem simple enough, practice is necessary so you will be able to use them effortlessly. Since the application of numbers is also very wide, it is definitely a topic that you want to get good at and not feel intimidated by.

We use numbers all the time and it’s something so basic that you probably barely noticed especially when you are speaking in your first language. However, when it comes to communicating in a foreign language, like Spanish in this case, you may find yourself a bit tongue-tied or not catching it fast enough when someone mentions a number to you.

Like any subject matter, they do require some memorization but there are also patterns that will help you pick them up easily. While learning the numbers in Spanish is pretty straightforward, they do come with some challenges and they can get a bit tricky. We will go through them step by step and build them up for you in two parts. Make sure you stay with us till the end of the videos for some real-life examples and exercises.

Part 1:

Now that you have gotten the very basics in Part 1, we are going to dig deeper in Part 2 and look at some practical uses of numbers that you will most likely encounter in your daily life. Remember, learning numbers in Spanish is not hard but it is something that requires you to put in the time to practice so you can be confident in applying them properly.

Part 2:

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