Spanish: Numbers(40-200) - Presentation
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This lesson explains numbers from 40-200.
English: Lesson 6 taught us the most basic numbers in Spanish. In lesson 12 we will continue the process of familiarizing ourselves with the numerical side of the Spanish language. After completing this lesson you will be able to count in Spanish up to the number 200. If you think varefully, most of our calculations never go beyond this figure. In Spanish these numbers have the great advantage, similar to the case in English, of being extremely regular. You only need to learn some 10 words well, and the rest are made up of elements that are repeated with regularity.
You will be able to express yourself in Spanish about diverse aspects in which numbers figure with importance, such as the years of a long life, the check in any restaurant, the number of people in your class or in your circle of friends, and the prices of the large number of things that we consume in our daily life. (More text below video...)
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(Continued from above)
Spanish: La lección 6 nos enseñó los números más básicos en español. En la lección 12 continuaremos el proceso de familiarizarnos con el lado numérico de la lengua española. Después de completar esta lección podrás hacer cuentas en español hasta el número 200. Si lo piensas bien, la mayor parte de nuestros cálculos nunca pasa de esta cifra. En español estos números tienen la gran ventaja, similar al caso del inglés, de ser extremadamente regulares. Sólo basta aprender unas diez palabras bien, y el resto lo constituyen elementos que se repiten con regularidad.
Podrás expresarte en español acerca de aspectos diversos en que los numerales figuran con importancia, tales como los años de una larga vida, la cuenta en cualquier restaurante, el número de personas en tu clase o en tu círculo de amigos, y los precios del mayor número de las cosas que consumimos en nuestra vida diaria.

Small part of the explanation from video:
English: Hello, time has come to learn more numbers.
Spanish: Hola, llegó la hora de aprender más números.
English: In lesson 6 we learned the numbers from one (1) to thirty-nine (39). Today we are going to learn a few more.
Spanish: En la lección 6 aprendimos los números del uno (1) al treinta y nueve (39). Hoy vamos a aprender algunos más.
English: What number follows the 29? Thirty. What number follows thirty-nine? Fourty.
Spanish: ¿Qué numero sigue al 29? Treinta(30). ¿qué numero sigue al treinta y nueve(39)? Cuarenta(40).
English: What number follows 49? Fifty Listen again to the endings: thirty, fourty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty and ninety.
Spanish: Qué numero sigue al 49 y nueve? Cincuenta(50). Escucha otra vez las terminaciones: treinta(30), cuarenta(40), cincuenta(50), sesenta(60), setenta(70) ochenta(80) y noventa(90).
English: And, how much is ninety plus ten? One hundred.
Spanish: Y, ¿ noventa(90) mas diez(10)? Cien.
English: And how much is two times one hundred? Two hundred
Spanish: Y, ¿cuánto es dos(2) veces cien(100)? Doscientos(200)
English: Three times one hundred? Three hundred!
Spanish: ¿Tres(3) veces cien(100)? Trescientos(300)!
English: And four times one hundred? Four hundred!
Spanish: Y cuatro(4) veces cien(100)? Cuatrocientos(400)!
English: How many minutes are there in one hour?
Spanish: Cuántos minutos hay en una hora?
English: There are sixty minutes in one hour.
Spanish: Hay sesenta(60) minutos en una hora.
English: How many kilometers are there in a marathon?
Spanish: Cuántos kilómetros hay en una maratón?
English: There are forty-two kilometers in a marathon, approximately.
Spanish: Hay cuarenta y dos(42) kilómetros aproximadamente en una maratón.
English: Do you know what the speed limit is in New York City?
Spanish: Sabes cuál es el límite de velocidad en las calles de Nueva York?
English: The speed limit is thirty miles per hour.
Spanish: El límite de velocidad es treinta(30) millas por hora.
English: Well, let’s see more numbers in the explanation section.
Spanish: Bien, veamos más números en la sección de explicación.
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