Spanish Numbers – 1-100 and more [ Translator & Infographic ]

Click here to view the Spanish numbers guide… https://spanishnumbers.guide/numbers-in-spanish.html
Also, for counting further click below…
https://www.fluentin3months.com/spanish-numbers/

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21 thoughts on “Spanish Numbers – 1-100 and more [ Translator & Infographic ]

  1. SPANISH PHRASES:

    nose – i dont know
    su – you
    como sedice – how do you say it
    que te gusta hsacer – what do you like to do
    hasta manana – see you tommorow

    dibujar – to draw
    decir – to say
    hacerto do
    gustar – to like

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    1. Even if you don’t know how to use the accent marks yet (I’ll post some tips if you let me know what computer that you’re using because the functions vary brand) YOU STILL NEED TO punctuate such as capitalization, etc.

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