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200 + 300 = Estudiante 1: Doscientos más trescientos son... Estudiante 2: ...quinientos. modelo 1. 1.000 + 753 = 2. 1.000.000 – 30.000 = 3. 10.000 + 555 = 4. 15 + 150 = 5. 100.000 + 205.000 = 6. 29.000 – 10.000 = Entrevista Find out the telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of four classmates. Estudiante 1: ¿Cuál es tu (your) número de teléfono? Estudiante 2: Es el 635-19-51. Estudiante 1: ¿Y tu dirección de correo electrónico? Estudiante 2: Es a-Smith-arroba-pe-ele-punto-e-de-u. ([email protected]) modelo Síntesis ¿A qué distancia…? Your instructor will give you and a partner incomplete charts that indicate the distances between Madrid and various locations. Fill in the missing information on your chart by asking your partner questions. Estudiante 1: ¿A qué distancia está Arganda del Rey? Estudiante 2: Está a veintisiete kilómetros de Madrid. modelo 1 2 3 4 5 + uni2192 más uni2192 menos = uni2192 son AY U DA uni25B2 arroba at (@) punto dot (.) AY U DA Practice more at vhlcentral.com . Lección 2 86 Lección 2 ochenta y seis Numbers 101 and higher X As shown in the chart, Spanish uses a period to indicate thousands and millions, rather than a comma, as is used in English. Numbers 101 and higher 101 ciento uno 200 doscientos/as 300 trescientos/as 400 cuatrocientos/as 500 quinientos/as 600 seiscientos/as 700 setecientos/as 800 ochocientos/as 900 novecientos/as 1.000 mil 1.100 mil cien 2.000 dos mil 5.000 cinco mil 100.000 cien mil 200.000 doscientos/as mil 550.000 quinientos/as cincuenta mil 1.000.000 un millón (de) 8.000.000 ocho millones (de) X Notice that you should use ciento , not cien , to count numbers over 100. 110 = ciento diez 118 = ciento dieciocho 150 = ciento cincuenta X The numbers 200 through 999 agree in gender with the nouns they modify. 324 plum as trescient as veinticuatro plum as 3.505 libr os tres mil quinient os cinco libr os X The word mil , which can mean a thousand and one thousand , is not usually used in the plural form to refer to an exact number, but it can be used to express the idea of a lot , many , or thousands . Cientos can also be used to express hundreds in this manner. ¡Hay miles de personas en el estadio! There are thousands of people in the stadium! Hay cientos de libros en la biblioteca. There are hundreds of books in the library. X To express a complex number (including years), string together all of its components. 55.422 cincuenta y cinco mil cuatrocientos veintidós ¡INTÉNTALO! ¡INTÉNTALO! Write out the Spanish equivalent of each number. 1. 102 2. 5.000.000 3. 201 4. 76 5. 92 6. 550.300 7. 235 8. 79 9. 113 10. 88 11. 17.123 12. 497 ciento dos In Spanish, years are not expressed as pairs of two-digit numbers as they are in English (1979, nineteen seventy-nine ): 1776, mil setecientos setenta y seis; 1945, mil novecientos cuarenta y cinco; 2012, dos mil doce. ¡LENGUA VIVA! When millón or millones is used before a noun, the word de is placed between the two: 1.000.000 hombres = un millón de hombres 12.000.000 casas = doce millones de casas.

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