0131589318_The numbers 101-3,000,000

# 0131589318_The numbers 101-3,000,000 - The Numbers...

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The Numbers 101–3,000,000

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we simply start with the numbers two, three, four, etc. . . . The Multiples of One Hundred We already know that one hundred is . . . cien To form the multiples of one hundred, dos tres and add cientos cientos cientos cuatrocientos cinco Five hundred, seven hundred and nine hundred are exceptions. We don’t say cincocientos , but rather . . . quinientos * 100 200 300 400 500
The Multiples of One Hundred seis ocho cientos cientos siete We don’t say sietecientos , but rather . . . setecientos * nueve We don’t say nuevecientos , but rather . . . novecientos * mil 600 700 800 900 1000 Notice that we simply say “thousand,” not “one thousand.” ( mil , not un mil )

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101 cien ciento uno cien = 100 even 110 ciento diez ciento quince , etc. 115 cien > ciento with any number over 100 even Notice that “y” ( and ) is not used between the hundreds’ and tens’ places. The Larger Numbers
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## This note was uploaded on 02/18/2012 for the course SPANISH 1411 taught by Professor Euniceurbina-horning during the Spring '12 term at San Jacinto.

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0131589318_The numbers 101-3,000,000 - The Numbers...

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