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Spanish numbers NUEVE (nine) -> There are nine flowers in the drawing
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Seventeen in Spanish -> There are seventeen students in my class. Casi hay igual número de niñas y niños
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Fifteen in Spanish -> They fished fifteen octopuses this time
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Fifteen in Spanish -> They fished fifteen octopuses this time

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Six in Spanish -> The boy drew six clouds.
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Six in Spanish -> The boy drew six clouds.

Six in Spanish -> The boy drew six clouds.
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Learn the numbers in Spanish from 1 to 10 with this picture. Listen to their pronunciation and see them in use in the main lesson.
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Twenty in Spanish -> There are twenty cats in the shelter
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Spanish numbers ONCE (eleven) -> You have eleven toy robots.

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Fourteen in Spanish -> There are fourteen strawberries in the basket

Spanish numbers CATORCE (fourteen) -> There are fourteen strawberries in the basket

Four in Spanish -> There are four ants in row

Spanish numbers CUATRO (four) -> There are four ants in row

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Sixteen in Spanish -> I counted sixteen stars last night.

Spanish Numbers Dieciséis (sixteen) -> I counted sixteen stars last night.

Eight in Spanish -> They are eight chinese dolls in total

Spanish numbers OCHO (eight) -> They are eight chinese dolls in total

Two in Spanish -> I have two birds at home

Spanish Numbers DOS (two) -> I have two birds at home

Ten in Spanish -> We bought ten Easter eggs in the store.

Spanish numbers DIEZ (ten)-> We bought ten Easter eggs in the store.

#Spanish numbers such as 31, 55 or 92 are written by joining the tens (30, 40, 50 ...) with a digit (1, 2, 3), for example: 31 would be "treinta y uno". After 30 we use "y" to separate both numbers.

Spanish numbers such as 55 or 92 are written by joining the tens 50 .) with a digit for example: 31 would be "treinta y uno". After 30 we use "y" to separate both numbers.

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