Spanish Numbers 101-1,000: Practice Activity

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  1. 0:06 Reading: Newspaper Ads
  2. 1:59 Listening: Garage Sale
  3. 4:14 Review: 100-1000
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Ashley Garcias-Casas

Do you have money to spend? In this lesson you will see a lot of deals on a variety of products with different price tags as we test our reading and listening skills and practice the numbers 101-1000.

Reading Newspaper Ads

Numbers are an important aspect of any language. In this lesson we will focus on reading and listening practice activities for numbers 101-1,000. We are going to start with a reading. Take a look at the different ads in the newspaper. There may be times when you need to fill in the gaps in the ads. Feel free to pause the video if you need more time.

!Muchas ofertas! !Grandes descuentos! Desde el (blank) de septiembre al (blank) tenemos rebajas en nuestra tienda. Puede comprar un vestido por (blank) y pantalones elegantes por (blank). Hay una oferta de dos trajes por (blank). !Y tenemos más cosas que ropa! !Hay muchas cosas para tu casa! Hay sofás que cuestan (blank), cuatro sillas y una mesa por (blank). !Hay que venir ahora mismo para no perder las gangas!

Now use the drawings in the ad to help you answer these questions. Think of the numerical value that should go in each blank.

?Cuándo son las rebajas? el 13 de septiembre al 30 de octubre

?Cuánto cuesta el vestido? $125

?Cuánto cuestan los pantalones? $287

?Cuánto cuestan dos trajes? $500

?Cuánto cuesta el sofá? $999

?Cuánto cuestan cuatro sillas y la mesa? $710

Let's take a look at another ad.

?No tiene coche? No hay problema, !tenemos vehículos usados! !Hay bicicletas de los últimos modelos por $357, coches por sólo $1,000 y barcos a precios increíbles! Hay canoas y kayaks que cuestan $829. !Vénganse ahora mismo, que estas ofertas se van muy rápido!

Now take a minute to answer these questions.

?Qué cuesta mil dólares? Los coches

?Qué cuesta ochocientos veintinueve dólares? Las canoas y los kayaks

?Qué cuesta trescientos cincuenta y siete dólares? Las bicicletas

Listening: Garage Sale

Now you will listen to Alicia talk with her neighbors about her garage sale and the price of the items she is selling. After listening you will hear a series of true or false questions.

Hola, !buenos días! Aquí vendo muchas cosas: ropa, cosas para la casa, televisiones, estéreos, todo lo que les puede interesar!

Mire señora, le gustan los platos? Hay 12 platos y cuestan $120; son de mi abuela! También hay copas de vino. Son 24 copas, cuestan $210.

Tengo una televisión nueva que vendo a $750. !Es una ganga! Y por si quieren el estéreo también cuesta $315.

Para los niños tengo dos bicicletas casi nuevas. Pueden llevar las dos bicicletas por $530.

Y por último , hay mucha ropa! Pantalones a $75, abrigos a $145 y mucho, mucho más!

Now you are going to hear a statement based on the prices mentioned at the garage sale. Say if the sentence is true cierto or false falso.

Hay una televisión que cuesta $315. Falso. She says the stereo costs $315, the TV costs $750.

Las 24 copas de vino cuestan $210. Cierto.

Las dos bicicletas cuestan $540. Falso. Cuestan $530

Los pantalones cuestan $75 y los abrigos $145. Cierto.

Lesson Summary

Spanish is all about building blocks. This is especially true with learning the numbers in Spanish.

Let's review the basics:

1 - uno

2 - dos

3 - tres

4 - cuatro

5 - cinco

6 - seis

7 - siete

8 - ocho

9 - nueve

10 - diez

And from there you have once a veintinueve:

11 - once

12 - doce

13 - trece

14 - catorce

15 - quince

16 - dieciséis

17 - diecisiete

18 - dieciocho

19 - diecinueve

20 - veinte

21 - veintiuno

22 - veintidós

23 - veintitrés

24 - veinticuatro

25 - veinticinco

26- veintiséis

27 - veintisiete

28 - veintiocho

29 - veintinueve

And then starting with 30 - treinta - we can review by counting by tens.

40 - cuarenta 

50 - cincuenta 

60 - sesenta 

70 - setenta 

80 - ochenta 

90 - noventa 

How do you say 100 in Spanish? Cien.

Remember that to say the numbers 101-199, cien changes to ciento.

And finally, counting to 1,000 by hundreds we have:

200 - doscientos

300 - trescientos

400 - cuatrocientos

500 - quinientos

600 - seiscientos

700 - setecientos

800 - ochocientos

900 - novecientos

And what is 1,000 in Spanish? Mil.

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