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Numbers in Spanish Quiz

Guess the Spanish words for these numbers. (Spelling counts).
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Last updated: February 17, 2015
First submittedJanuary 2, 2013
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Español
0
cero
1
uno
2
dos
3
tres
4
cuatro
5
cinco
6
seis
7
siete
8
ocho
9
nueve
10
diez
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Español
11
once
12
doce
13
trece
14
catorce
15
quince
16
dieciséis
17
diecisiete
18
dieciocho
19
diecinueve
20
veinte
30
treinta
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Español
40
cuarenta
50
cincuenta
60
sesenta
70
setenta
80
ochenta
90
noventa
100
cien
200
doscientos
1000
mil
2000
dos mil
100,000
cien mil
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Español
1,000,000
millón
first
primero
second
segundo
third
tercero
fourth
cuarto
fifth
quinto
sixth
sexto
seventh
séptimo
eighth
octavo
ninth
noveno
tenth
décimo
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level 50
Dec 30, 2012
OK. Bring on the other languages. French, German, Swiss, etc.
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level 73
Dec 30, 2012
Swiss?
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level 49
Dec 30, 2012
Swiss german. I could do that, the question is just in which dialect. And since there's no orthography in swiss german, nobody is gonna be able to finish the quiz anyway.
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level 66
Apr 20, 2015
Swiss French counting is different than counting in L'Hexagone.
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level 66
Apr 20, 2015
Here's one in Swiss French: http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/119238/counting-in-swiss-french
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level 72
Jun 13, 2018
eis, zwöi, drü, vier, füf, sächs, sibe, acht, nün, zäh
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level 80
Jan 31, 2019
I can't deal with Swiss German counting, but I like Swiss French counting better than French French
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level 30
Oct 24, 2017
Here is one for Portugese
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level 30
Oct 27, 2017
Here is one for Dutch
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level 30
Oct 31, 2017
Here is one for Russian
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level 29
Dec 30, 2012
I couldn't spell diez!
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level 30
Jan 1, 2013
Diez y seis, diez y siete, diez y ocho, and diez y nueve should be accepted. I'm in Spanish 1 and my teacher always writes those numbers like this, even though they could be spelled either way.
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level ∞
Jan 2, 2013
Okay
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level 18
May 7, 2013
Well, since it's different because I'm in Spanish 2 it's dieciseis and etc because the formal way to say numbers in Spain/España is dieciseis. In Spanish 1, your teacher will get you used to writing down diez y seis. diez y sies literally means though 10 and 6.
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level 30
Apr 20, 2015
Diez y ocho means "ten and eight". Dieciocho means "eighteen"
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level 66
Apr 20, 2015
Dieciséis (the accent is not optional) is the word for sixteen. Diez y seis is not.
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level 76
Apr 25, 2015
As many had already stated, "diez y seis" and the rest are wrong. Saying that it's correct to say "diez y seis" for "dieciséis" it's like saying it's correct to say "six and ten" for "sixteen".
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level 33
Dec 23, 2015
well then your teacher is a plebe
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level 60
May 23, 2017
Fluent speaker here. "Diez y nueve" shouldn't be accepted; while it is pronounced like that, it is not the correct way to spell the number and doesn't even mean the same thing. Like others have said, that would be like accepting "ten and nine" on an English quiz. Also, I don't think the way you were taught is common across beginning Spanish classes, I've been a student teacher in a few Spanish classes and no textbooks or instructors I've encountered have done this.
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level 63
Sep 22, 2017
Native speaker here. Both forms are accepted (at least in bank checks)
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level 20
Oct 19, 2017
Well you're teacher is writing it incorrectly. I am qualified to teach Spanish and currently live in a Spanish-speaking country. These should not be accepted.
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level 63
Mar 27, 2018
These arguments are so petty and ridiculous. Either should be accepted because, while one is obviously more correct, to say that the other is just wrong when it follows the pattern of every number greater than 29 is being ridiculous. This quiz is meant to test your knowledge on the numbers and "trenta y uno" is definitely correct, so the misconception is easy to understand and be accommodated for.
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level 26
Mar 4, 2019
I'm a native speaker of spanish and I think shouldn't be accepted, I don't remember my teacher said me when I was younger that was accepted Ok, I remember that ONLY since 31 must be spelled treinta y uno, treinta y dos, etc. And before 30 MUST be spelled with ONLY ONE word
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level 61
Jan 3, 2013
28, not bad at all. Considering I epically failed at Spanish class.
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level 51
Jan 12, 2013
29 - but that's bad. I used to be fluent. What happened?
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level 18
May 7, 2013
If you know Spanish, this would be easy. Latin (not a known language anymore) had a lot of root words from English. German is close to Spanish. Only people who know and like learning languages can know how to spell numbers like this. If you take Spanish like me, it's very easy for you. I got them with like 4:40 to go
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level 50
Apr 20, 2015
Latin's not that unknown. There's a whole school system that takes it. I take it.
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level 61
Jan 12, 2019
What?? latin comes from english and german is like spanish..?? errr sounds like you got somet things mixed up here
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level 28
May 10, 2013
I think ciento mil should be accepted for 100,000 (though I could be wrong - I'm not an expert)
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level 20
Oct 25, 2013
Indeed, you're wrong.
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level 66
Apr 20, 2015
When you're talking about a hundred of something (as opposed to a hundred and twenty-three of something), the word is "cien". Cien casas, cien paletas, cien mil habitantes, but ciento veintitrés casas, doscientos cuarenta paletas, quinientos mil habitantes.
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level 28
Feb 3, 2014
In Spanish 1, 4:13 left......took me some tries though lol
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level 50
Mar 14, 2014
Ciento porciento correcto
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level 27
May 22, 2014
also a fluent speaker... very easy when you are :) im also 12 so i learnt it when i was 5 can you add "friends" at jetpunk?
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level 48
May 22, 2014
1.000.000 should be "un millón" saying just "millón" is not proper.
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level 54
Aug 15, 2014
Well, 100% in less than a minute...guess that being from a Spanish-speaking country might have helped me in this quiz haha
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level 61
Dec 7, 2014
Got them all with 5:12 left.
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level 39
Dec 29, 2014
I got 20... And being that I haven't learned a lick of Spanish in two years, I'd say that's pretty good.
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level 77
Apr 20, 2015
Did okay but forgot by ordinals after 3rd.
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level 68
Apr 20, 2015
Same
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level 43
Apr 20, 2015
So who else went: uno, dos, tes, catorce!?
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level 55
Mar 29, 2019
Did not, but I love the reference!
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level 4
Nov 16, 2015
I guessed 35 0f the 44 numbers :)
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level 62
Jan 14, 2016
Did it with 2:55 left.
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level 15
Sep 13, 2016
very interesting........
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level 41
Mar 17, 2018
Can You Accept Troce?
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level 61
Jan 12, 2019
Might be the quiz I did worst on haha, only 3 right ( I believe I might ve gotten a score of 3 once before, but that was with fewer questions)

I kept thinking about the french word and couldnt think of anything else. I knew they were closed, so tried variations, came close but never close enough

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level 65
Feb 20, 2019
Goodness, I knew a lot of these speaking wise but could not spell them.