1, 2, 3 en Español!

Numbers in Spanish are definitely different from those in English so I am going to give you a little lesson on numbers 1 to 109.
-all of the numbers in the 10’s place have the same suffix -enta, except for 10, 20, 30 and 100.
-all of the numbers except for the 10’s, 20’s and 100’s go ‘y’ and the singular numeral
Those are the basic need to know things about numbers. If you want to remember them more easily, try getting 1 to 20 down and then the rest of the 1’s and once you know all of those, you will be able to to say all of the numbers in between.

Here is a chart that is sure to help you understand the numbers in Spanish.
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Here is a video of someone asking another person where their house is and getting the address of their home.