Spanish: Numbers 0-39 - Presentation
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This lesson explains numbers (0-39). 
English: After learning the names of the letters in Spanish, it is logical that we continue with the names of its close relatives: the numbers. In this lesson we will show you the names of the first 40 numbers in Spanish.
With these, you will be able to express the larger part of the numerical requirements of daily life in Spanish: directions, telephone numbers, including little bills. 
Spanish: Después de aprender los nombres de las letras en español, es apenas lógico que continuemos con los nombres de sus parientes cercanos: Los números. En esta lección te mostraremos los nombres de los primeros cuarenta números en español.
Con estos, podrás expresar la mayor parte de los requisitos numéricos de la vida diaria en español: direcciones, números telefónicos, incluso pequeñas cuentas. (More text below video...)
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(Continued from above)
Small part of the explanation from video:
English: This is our lesson number six!
Spanish: Esta es nuestra lección número seis!
English: On today’s lesson you will learn how to count from number zero to thirty nine!
Spanish: En la lección de hoy aprenderás cómo contar del número cero al treinta y nueve!
English: We will learn how to say the phone numbers of different people.
Spanish: Aprenderemos a cómo decir los números telefónicos de diferentes personas.
(images of: 1 telephone, 2 pencils, 3 markers, 4 books, 5 notebooks)
English: Let’s start with this. On this table I have one phone, two pencils, three markers, four books and five notepads.
Spanish: Iniciemos con esto. En la mesa tengo un teléfono, dos lápices, tres marcadores, cuatro libros y cinco cuadernos.
(images of 6 glasses, 7 envelopes, 8 bills, 9 paper sheets, 10 fingers)
English: Here we have six cups, seven envelopes, eight bills, nine sheets of paper and ten fingers!
Spanish: Aquí tenemos seis vasos, siete sobres, ocho billetes, nueve hojas de papel y diez dedos!
English: Now, you are going to learn how to say phone numbers!
Spanish: Ahora, vas a aprender a decir los números telefónicos
English: First, let me tell you my phone number.Pay attention!
Spanish: Primero, déjame decirte mi número de teléfono. Pon atención!
(Image of the numbers 2,1, 2,6, 6,1, 6, 1, 5, 6)
English: My number is: two (2), one (1), two (2), six (6), six (6), one (1),six (6), one (1), five (5), six (6).
Spanish: Mi número es: dos (2), uno (1), dos (2), seis (6), seis (6), uno (1), seis (6), uno (1), cinco (5), seis (6).
(image of numbers 9,1,7,2,3,9,0,8,7,8)
English: Let me give you another example. The phone number of Spanish NYC is: nine (9), one (1), seven (7), two (2), three (3), nine (9), zero (0), eight (8), seven (7), eight (8).
Spanish: Déjame darte otro ejemplo. El número de teléfono de Spanish NYC es: nueve (9), uno (1), siete (7), dos (2), tres (3), nueve (9), cero (0), ocho (8), siete (7), ocho (8).
English: Now that you have an idea how to count from one to ten. Do you know how to say your phone number? Try it!
Spanish: Ahora que tenemos una idea de cómo contar del uno al diez, ¿sabes cómo decir tu número de teléfono? Inténtalo!
English: Well, Let’s go now for more numbers!
Spanish: Bien, vamos ahora por más números!
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