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## What are the ordinal numbers in Spanish?

Ordinal Numbers 1-10

English |
Spanish |

First |
Primero |

Second |
Segundo |

Third | Tercero |

Fourth | Cuarto |

## Where do ordinal numbers go in Spanish?

Just like cardinal numbers, ordinal numbers are adjectives. But, unlike Spanish cardinal numbers, Spanish ordinal numbers **actually do match the nouns they modify in both gender and number. Additionally, ordinal numbers usually come before nouns. Check out these examples showing Spanish ordinal numbers in use.**

## What are ordinal numbers from 1 to 100?

**Arrange a few photo cards in a line. Beginning at one end, talk about who is first in line, second in line, etc. After some practice, rearrange the cards in the line and ask the children to tell you who is first, second, third, etc. As children become skilled with a few ordinal numbers, add more photo cards.**

## What are cardinal numbers in Spanish?

Just like cardinal numbers, ordinal numbers are adjectives. But, unlike Spanish cardinal numbers, Spanish ordinal numbers **actually do match the nouns they modify in both gender and number. Additionally, ordinal numbers usually come before nouns. Check out these examples showing Spanish ordinal numbers in use.**

## What are examples of ordinal numbers?

Cardinal numbers is just a fancy name for the regular numbers we know and use, such as uno, dos and **trxe9s (one, two, and three). We use cardinal numbers in Spanish in the following situations: to tell the time when somebody asks xbfQuxe9 hora es? (What time is it?) to count.**

## What are the numbers in order in Spanish?

We can use ordinal numbers to define their position. The numbers **1st(First), 2nd(Second), 3rd(Third), 4th(Fourth), 5th(Fifth), 6th(Sixth), 7th(Seventh), 8th(Eighth), 9th(Ninth) and 10th(Tenth) tell the position of different athletes in the race. Hence, all of them are ordinal numbers.**

## Do ordinal numbers come before or after the noun in Spanish?

I called you three times. Te llamxe9 tres veces. You will see that the **ordinal number ending in ‘o’ comes before masculine nouns, while the ordinal number ending in ‘a’ precedes feminine nouns.**

## What is the Spanish rule for ordinal numbers?

When used as an adjective, ordinal numbers **must agree with the nouns they refer to in both number and gender: el segundo coche (the second car, where coche is masculine), but la segunda vez (the second time, where vez is feminine).**

## Where do ordinal numbers go in a sentence?

When we want to put things in order, we use ordinal numbers so we can tell the position of that thing. For example, if there is a road with three houses, you will pass them in order of the first house, **the second and the third. In the following sentences, spell the ordinal number in full to complete the sentence.**

## Do ordinal numbers come before or after the noun?

When we use ordinal numbers as **determiners (before nouns), we commonly use other determiners such as articles (a/an, the) and possessives (my, your) in front of them: This was the fifth science exam that he had failed. It’s her twenty-first birthday and she’s spending it with friends in Malaysia.**

## What are ordinal numbers from 1 to 20?

The numbers **1st(First), 2nd(Second), 3rd(Third), 4th(Fourth), 5th(Fifth), 6th(Sixth), 7th(Seventh), 8th(Eighth), 9th(Ninth) and 10th(Tenth) tell the position of different athletes in the race. Hence, all of them are ordinal numbers.**

## How do you explain ordinal numbers?

Ordinal numbers tell us an item’s **position in a list, for example: first, second, third, fourth, etc. We use ordinal numbers to order and position items and numbers, perhaps to say which position someone came in a race or to recite numbers or place numbers on a number line / time line.**

## What is a cardinal number example?

Counting numbers are cardinal numbers! Examples of cardinal numbers are **1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and so on. The smallest Cardinal number is 1 as 0 is not used for counting, so it is not a cardinal number.**

## What is ordinal numbers in Spanish?

The ordinal numbers are those that are **used to denote the order of the noun that they refer to – first, second, third, etc. The ordinal numbers in Spanish are adjectives that have to agree with their noun in both gender and number. Example: El segundo piso, la segunda puerta, los segundos hijos, las segundas hijas.**

## What are cardinal number words?

In linguistics, and more precisely in traditional grammar, a cardinal numeral (or cardinal number word) is **a part of speech used to count. Examples in English are the words one, two, three, and the compounds three hundred and forty-two and nine hundred and sixty.**

## What one is a cardinal number?

The cardinal numbers are **the numbers that are used for counting something. These are also said to be cardinals. The cardinal numbers are the counting numbers that start from 1 and goes on sequentially and are not fractions. The examples of cardinal numbers are: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,.**

## What is ordinal and its example?

Ordinal numbers are the **numbers that talk about the position of objects. For example, The cookies are kept in the 3**rd drawer from the top, The orange dress is the 7th one from the right, The soccer ball is kept in the 3rd carton from the left.

## What is an ordinal number in math?

Definition of ordinal number 1 : a number designating the place (such as first, second, or third) **occupied by an item in an ordered sequence see Table of Numbers. 2 : a number assigned to an ordered set that designates both the order of its elements and its cardinal number.**

## How do you write ordinal numbers?

hundredth

## How do you say 1st 2nd 3rd in Spanish?

**They are:**

- First: primero.
- Second: segundo.
- Third: tercero.
- Fourth: cuarto.
- Fifth: quinto.
- Sixth: sexto.
- Seventh: sxe9ptimo, sxe9timo.
- Eighth: octavo.

## What are the numbers 1 to 100 in Spanish?

There’s no real pattern, you just have to learn them: **uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete, ocho, nueve, diez, once, doce, trece, catorce, quince. Other than veinte (again), they all have a clear relationship with the related smaller number: cuatro x26lt;-x26gt; cuarenta, ocho x26lt;-x26gt; ochenta, etc.**

## How are Spanish numbers written?

When you write numbers in Spanish, **separate thousands with a decimal point not with a comma as you would in English. For example, you would write 126,342 as 126.342 in Spanish. Decimals, on the other hand, are written using a comma.**

## What are ordinal and cardinal numbers in Spanish?

Ordinal numbers tell us about an object’s position in relation to others. They are the numerical labels that help us arrange objects or ideas in order: first, second, third, etc. They are different from cardinal numbers, or natural numbers, that represent a quantity that we can count.

## Do numbers go before or after nouns in Spanish?

When we use ordinal numbers as **determiners (before nouns), we commonly use other determiners such as articles (a/an, the) and possessives (my, your) in front of them: This was the fifth science exam that he had failed. It’s her twenty-first birthday and she’s spending it with friends in Malaysia.**