The translation of 'the number'
is el número and the phrase 'the numbers' translates to 'los
números' in Spanish.
Número is a masculine word which
ends with the letter 'o', therefore, the definite article (the)
translates to el or los depending on whether or not it's
followed by a plural. The translation of 'Spanish Numbers' is
'los números en español' with the basics for children and
beginners, and advance to large numbers, ordinal numbers and
fractions. We provide different methods to help you learn,
understand, and remember each number en español; making learning
as easy as possible.
Spanish Numbers - Large, Small, Cardinal and Ordinal
Beginners should start with simple, basic words and learn how to
count to ten first. The language video at the further down this
page will teach you how to pronounce Spanish Numbers correctly.
Listen to our free audio video, via our main site, as many times
as you like; pause the video to practice saying a number out
loud. This is a good learning resource for beginners who would
like to learn how to count in this language beginning with small
basic numbers 1 to 10 and proceeding to larger numerals
including the number 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100 or 1000
when you feel confident and ready.