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40 = cuarenta
41 = cuarenta y uno
42 = cuarenta y dos
43 = cuarenta y tres
44 = cuarenta y cuatro
45 = cuarenta y cinco
46 = cuarenta y seis
47 = cuarenta y siete
48 = cuarenta y ocho
49 = cuarenta y nueve

50 = cincuenta
Numbers 51 - 59 are constructed the same as between 41 and 49.

60 = sesenta
Numbers 61 - 69 are constructed the same as between 41 and 49.

70 = setenta
Numbers 71 - 79 are constructed the same as between 41 and 49.

80 = ochenta
Numbers 81 - 89 are constructed the same as between 41 and 49.

90 = noventa
Numbers 91 - 99 are constructed the same as between 41 and 49.

100 = cien
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How do you spell and in Spanish?

In Spanish, the word for "and" is "y." (just that one letter Y, pronounced "ee") Occasionally, when words end in a y or i sound, the y will be replaced by an e.

How do you spell if in Spanish?

si Note : the word for yes in Spanish is sí with an accent mark. The word for "if" is "si" without an accent mark. "Si," not to be confused with "sí" (notice the accent), which means "yes."

How do you spell was in Spanish?

Analyse: verbo ser, pretérito indefinido del indicativo: Yo fui = I was Tú fuiste= You were *Usted/Él/Ella fue = He/She was Nosotros fuimos= We were vosotros fuisteis - you were Ustedes/Ellos/Ellas fueron= They were *Usted fue --- you were (formal singular) ( Full Answer )

How do you spell how are you in Spanish?

¿Cómo está usted? or ¿Cómo estás? In a respectful term: ¿Cómo está usted?, in a familiar term: ¿Cómo estás? ¿Cómo eata? (fromal) This could be followed by "usted" (you) to be even more formal. ¿Cómo estas? (Informal) This could have a "tú" (you) a ( Full Answer )

How do you spell can in Spanish?

Poder = to be able, to 'can' Puedo/puedes//puede/podemos/podéis//pueden (presente de indicativo) = I can/you (informal singular) can//you (formal singular)/he/she/it can/we can/you (informal plural) can//you (formal pural)/they can Pueda / puedas / pueda / podamos / podáis / puedan ( ( Full Answer )

How do you spell in Spanish?

In Spanish, each vowel has only one sound and spelling is as the word sounds. The vowels are a (ah) e (eh) i (ee) o (oh) u (oo as in oops). The Spanish alphabet has a few extra letters than the English alphabet. The letters are ch (che), ll (ey-ye), ñ (enye), and rr (erreh). The h is silent, the ( Full Answer )

How do you spell you in Spanish?

There are two ways to address someone in Spanish, a formal way and a familiar way. The word "you" (singular) is tu (familiar) or usted (formal). The word "you" (plural) is vosotros (familiar, seldom used) or ustedes (formal, most common).

How do you spell I in Spanish?

The letter i in spanish is just "i", and pronounced "ee" The word "I" like, I'm a girl, is spelt "yo"

How do you spell how in Spanish?

The Spanish word for "how" is "como" (KOH-moh). Actually, como -- with no accent -- means "like" or "as." "How" must have a written accent: cómo.

How do you spell the in Spanish?

la, las, el, los the one you use depends on what you're referring to. for example, to say "the girl", you would say: la chica. the boy=el chico. a group of boys and girls (children) is los chicos. and a group of all girl children is las chicas.

How do you spell your in Spanish?

Tu (one person, one object, informal) Tus (one person, multiple objects, informal) Su (one person, one object, formal; multiple people, one object,formal or informal [not informal in Spain]) Sus (one person, multiple objects, formal; multiple people,multiple objects, formal or informal [not informa ( Full Answer )

Spell and in Spanish?

and is spelled y in Spanish which is pronounce as a long E. and in is spelled y adentro

How do you spell 'this' in Spanish?

There are two words in Spanish for "this." In Spanish, everything is either male or female. So you need to know that first about whatever you're referring to. The words are "esto" and "esta." Sites such as learn-spanish.co.il provide audio pronunciations of many common Spanish words.

How do you spell who are you in Spanish?

"Who are you?" in Spanish is: ¿Quién es usted? / ¿Ustedes quiénes son? /¿Vosotros quiénes sois? *¿Quién eres (tú)? It is pronounced with IPA [ˈkjen ˈes usˈteð] '¿quién es usted?'. Sites such as learn-spanish.co.il provide audio pronunciations of many co ( Full Answer )

How do you spell he in Spanish?

The word "he" in Spanish is "él." It is pronounced "ell." Sites such as learn-spanish.co.il provide audio pronunciations of many common Spanish words.

How do you spell the numbers 1 to 100 in spanish?

One through one hundred = a través de un cien ---------------------------------------------------------- Or did you mean?: 0 cero 1 uno 2 dos 3 tres 4 cuatro 5 cinco 6 seis 7 siete 8 ocho 9 nueve 10 diez 11 once 12 doce 13 trece 14 catorce 15 quince 16 diecis ( Full Answer )

How do you spell no in Spanish?

"No" in English is also "no" in Spanish. The pronunciation is however different, English (especially the American dialects) have "diphthongs" for most vowels (a gliding between two vowel sounds - in "no" the glide is from an 'o' to a 'w') but Spanish (many dialects) do not have these diphthongs to ( Full Answer )

How do you spell to in Spanish?

The preposition "to" is just " a " except preceding a masculine the , when it takes the combined form " al " (a + el). Examples : The boy goes to the church = El muchacho va a la iglesia. The boy goes to the car = El muchacho va al coche.

How do you spell Spanish?

If you are asking how the word "spanish" is spelled, it would be Spanish. "How do you spell" in spanish is "¿Cómo se deletrea...?"

How do you spell her in Spanish?

Her, as in Her parents gave her her name, is "su" as the possessive adjective before parents and name, and "le" as the indirect object of gave. It depends on how you use it. As an accusative pronoun "le (a ella)": Voy a darle esto a ella / le voy a dar esto a ella. ( I'm going to give this to h ( Full Answer )

How do you spell for in Spanish?

If you mean intended for as in 'this is for you', the answer is para . (e.g. para usted ). It expresses a destination, purpose, recipient, or difference. For other uses, the word for is " por. " (e.g. Gracias por la información. - Thanks for the information.) (see related link)

How do you spell Who in Spanish?

The way to say "who" in Spanish would be "Quién." For example, "¿Quién eres?" means "who are you?" quién

How do you spell where in spanish?

The conjunction "where" is donde . The objective form "to where" is a donde . To ask a question "where" you add an acute accent to the O : dónde Examples: Where is the boy? - ¿Dónde está el muchacho? Where did the books go? - ¿Adónde van los libros?

How do you spell have in spanish?

"To have" is "tener". If used as part of a compound verb use (perfect tense), it is "haber". The present tense conjugations are: I have - yo tengo You have - usted tiene (tu tienes) We have - Nosotros tenemos They have - Ellos tienen

How do you spell 'it' in Spanish?

"Lo" is about as close as Spanish gets, but it isn't very common in this sense. More information There are almost no neuter words in Spanish, so most of the time you would translate it with the word that goes with the gender of the noun ( él or ella , like he or she).

How do you spell a in Spanish?

"un" (masculine article) or "una" (feminine article). Nouns in Spanish are either masculine or feminine, and you need to know which you are talking about. Un (Masculine people or objects) Una (feminine people of objects) The word Uno means the number one ONLY, not a.

How do you spell who is he in Spanish?

"Who is he?" in Spanish is "¿Quién es él?" It is pronounced "key-EN ess ell?" Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.

How do you spell on in Spanish?

"On" in Spanish is "en". It is pronounced "ehn". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.

How do you spell our in Spanish?

"Our" in Spanish is either "nuestro" or "nuestra", depending on whether the word after it is masculine or feminine. It is pronounced "new-ACE-trow" or "new-ACE-trah". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.

How do you spell that in Spanish?

As adjectives: ese / esa aquel / aquella As pronouns: ése / ésa aquél / aquélla Before a noun: Ese esa eso (neuter) Before or after a verb: ése ésa eso (neuter) Before a noun: aquel aquella aquello (neuter) Before or after a verb: aquél aquélla aquello (neuter) ( Full Answer )

How do you spell your and my in spanish?

The pronoun "your" is tu or su (formal); with plural nouns it is tus or sus. The possessive pronoun "my" is mi or mis ( mine would be mio or mios)

How do you spell you will be there in spanish?

Estarás allí - you will be there (nearby). Estarás allá - you will be there (far away). The above is just a statement, however. If you want to say to someone "You shall be there" as an order, you have to use the imperative. ¡Estáte allí! - Be there!/ You shall be there! ( Full Answer )

How can you spell this in Spanish?

"This" in Spanish is esta, or este depending on whether the subject is masculine or feminine. If it is indeterminate, or a general statement, it can be esto.

How do you spell I am in Spanish?

It depends. Use "soy" if you are speaking of a permanant characteristic or accupation. Soy un hombre. Soy de México. Soy abogado. Use "estoy" for states of mood, transient conditions, or location. Estoy feliz. Estoy aburrido, Estoy en el parque.

How do you spell 'I' in Spanish?

The first person pronoun 'I' in Spanish is 'Yo' Thus, yo hablo español = I speak Spanish Hope this helps!

How do you spell will have in Spanish?

"Will have" would imply the future tense. In Spanish, there are two possibilities depending on context. For something like "I will have two cars in the future", you could use the verb "tener" and say "tendré dos carros en el futuro". If you mean "I will have owned two cars in the future", then yo ( Full Answer )

How do you spell 1-40 in spanish?

One: Uno Two: Dos Three: Tres Four: Cuatro Five: Cinco Six: Seis Seven: Siete Eight: Ocho Nine: Nueve Ten: Diez Eleven: Once Twelve: Doce Thirteen: Trece Fourteen: Catorce Fifteen: Quince Sixteen: Dieciséis Seventeen: Diecisiete Eighteen: Dieciocho Nineteen: D ( Full Answer )

How do you spell we are in spanish?

There are two verbs ser and estar : ser is to be (permanent state), estar is to be (current state, presently). Either may omit the pronoun nosotros , meaning we. (nosotros) somos - we are (e.g. somos americanos , we are Americans). (nosotros) estamos - we are (e.g. estamos listas , we a ( Full Answer )

How do you spell the numbers 40 to 50 in spanish?

The numbers from 40 to 50 are: 40 - cuarenta 41 - cuarenta y uno 42 - cuarenta y dos 43 - cuarenta y tres 44 - cuarenta y cuatro 45 - cuarenta y cinco 46 - cuarenta y seis 47 - cuarenta y siete 48 - cuarenta y ocho 49 - cuarenta y nueve 50 - cincuenta (* The adjective forms for 41 to 49 may be c ( Full Answer )

Who to spell had in Spanish?

había (as part of e.g. had visited - habia visitado) tenia (with an accent on the 'i') = 'had' in the sense of 'possessed'.

How do you spell were in Spanish?

eran OR estaban E - e (ay) R - ere (Erray) A - a (ah) N - ene (Ennay) S - ese (Essay) T - te (tay) B - be (bay) The above show: LETTER - Its Spanish name (English phonetic transliteration of Spanish name)

How do you spell did not in Spanish?

Negatives in Spanish are usually formed just by putting "no" in front of the normal affirmative statement. Example: "I did it" would be "Lo hice", and the negative "No lo hice" is " I did not do it".

How do you spell you can in Spanish?

(tu) puedes (informal, singular) (usted) puede (formal, singular) (vosotros/as) podeis (informal, pljural) (ustedes) pueden (formal, plural) The words in brackets can be omitted, unless needed for emphasis 'vosotros' = all-male, or mixed gender 'you'; 'vosotras', all-female 'you' 'podei ( Full Answer )

How do you spell numbers 20-100 in spanish?

20 - veinte; 30 - treinta; 40 - cuarenta; 50 - cincuenta; 60 - sesenta; 70 - setenta; 80 - ochenta; 90 - noventa; 100 - cien/ciento 21-25 - vientiuno/veintidos/veintitres/veinticuatro/veinticinco 26-29 - veintiseis/veintisiete/veintiocho/veintinueve 31-9/41-9/51-9/61-9/71-9/81-9/91-9 are a ( Full Answer )

How do you spell ''are'' in spanish?

Verbo ser: Presente de indicativo Es (usted) eres (tú) somos (nosotros) sois (vosotros) son (ustedes / ellos) Presente de subjuntivo Sea seas seamos seáis sean VERBO ESTAR Presente de indicativo Está (usted) Estás (tú) estamos (nosotros) estáis ( Full Answer )

How do you spell spanish numbers 40-60?

40-50-60 = cuarenta-cincuenta-sesenta 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9= uno dos tres cuatro cinco seis siete ocho nueve To get 41 etc, write e.g. 40 (cuarenta), then the word 'y' (and), the 1 (uno) etc. So 41 = cuarenta y uno, 52 = cincuenta y dos etc.