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2. You already know how to count to 100. Now we’ll do numbers into the millions. Note that most of the 100’s are formed by taking the number (dos, for example) and putting “cientos” on it. Watch out for 500, 700, and 900. 500 is quite different different from the others, and 700 and 900 have spelling changes. You need to be especially careful of 6/7, 60/70, 600/700. Note that seis and siete have ei and ie; neither sesenta nor setenta has an i; and seiscientos has an i, while setecientos doesn’t. uno dos tres cuatro cinco seis siete ocho nueve diez ciento doscientos trescientos cuatrocientos quinientos seiscientos setecientos ochocientos novecientos mil veinte treinta cuarenta cincuenta sesenta setenta ochenta noventa

3. Now let’s put them together. 643 ones’ place hundreds’ place tens’ place There’s only one place you can put y in a Spanish number; between the tens’ place and the ones’ place: 643 = seiscientos cuarenta y tres You can’t put y between the hundreds’ place and the tens’ place. Also, you can’t put y between the tens’ place and the ones’ place UNLESS THERE IS A WORD IN BOTH POSITIONS. 640 = seiscientos cuarenta 603 = seiscientos tres You can’t put y in those numbers because, in 640, there’s nothing in the ones’ place, and in 603, there’s nothing in the tens’ place.

4. Careful! Remember that 11, 12, 13,14, and 15 are one word. If you use them, you don’t have a word for both the tens’ place and the ones’ place and therefore can’t use y: 814 = ochocientos catorce

5. Click here to go to a brief practice exercise.

6. Thousands and millions are easy, once you know the words mil, millón, and millones. 234 = doscientos treinta y cuatro 234,000 = doscientos treinta y cuatro mil 234,000,000 = doscientos treinta y cuatro millones You need to think in terms of 100s and then add the word mil or millones if necessary. You only use the word millón if you have one million rather than two million, three million, 550 million, etc.: 1,500,000 = un millón quinientos mil

7. DON’T PUT Y BETWEEN MILLIONS, THOUSANDS, AND HUNDREDS!!!!!!! 234,234,234 = doscientos treinta y cuatro millones doscientos treinta y cuatro mil doscientos treinta y cuatro Stacking them up may help you see better: doscientos treinta y cuatro millones doscientos treinta y cuatro mil doscientos treinta y cuatro

8. 987,654,321 novecientos ochenta y siete millones seiscientos cincuenta y cuatro mil trescientos veinte y uno Take note that you’re looking at numbers between commas. You look at 987, say it exactly like you’d say 987 all by itself, and then add the word millones. REMEMBER NOT TOPUT Y BETWEEN MILLIONS, THOUSANDS, AND HUNDREDS!!!!!!! ONLY BETWEEN TENS and ONES!!!!!!!!!!!!