This Spanish Easy Review 'How Many Do I Have' math quiz will test your knowledge of the Spanish words for the numbers 0 through 100. Each time you review the numbers, the more natural those numbers will become to you. Just as in English we teach: one, two, three; in Spanish we teach: uno, dos, tres. We also do math with numbers and this quiz will be a kind of math quiz. The trick here is that all numbers will only be given to you in Spanish and you need to find the correct Spanish number in the provided answers. If you feel you need to review your numbers, then please check out the Spanish Easy Review math quizzes Counting 0 to 10, Counting 11 to 20, Counting 21 to 39, Counting 40 to 59 and Counting 60 to 100. All the numbers you will need to know for this quiz will be found in one of these counting quizzes.
So if you believe you are ready, then let’s begin the quiz. Pay close attention to the spelling of the numbers as some might be a little tricky.














Diez y ocho is Spanish for the number 18 and quince is Spanish for the number 15. 18 + 15 = 33. Treinta y tres is Spanish for 33.

Siete is Spanish for the number 7 while veinte y cuatro is Spanish for the number 24. Finally, veinte y uno is Spanish for the number 21. 7 + 24 + 21 = 52. Cincuenta y dos is Spanish for 52.


Cuarenta y seis is Spanish for the number 46 and treinta y nueve is Spanish for the number 39. Since the Highland High School football team scored more points, we know they won! Now we need to subtract the score of Fairmont High School from Highland High School so, 46 – 39 = 7. Highland High School won by 7 points. Seven in Spanish is siete.

Veinte y seis is Spanish for the number 26 and uno is Spanish for the number 1. Since we need to find out how many chairs were eliminated, we need to subtract the ending number from the beginning number. 26 – 1 = 25. There were 25 chairs eliminated. Veinte y cinco is the Spanish number for 25.


Cuarenta y dos is Spanish for the number 42 and cincuenta y tres is Spanish for the number 53. 42 + 53 = 95. The Spanish word for the number 95 is noventa y cinco.

Setenta y seis is Spanish for the number 76 and sesenta y cuatro is Spanish for the number 64. To find how many more steps Madeline climbed we must subtract the difference between the two numbers. 76 – 64 = 12. The Spanish word for the number 12 is doce.


Ochenta y nueve is Spanish for the number 89 and noventa y siete is Spanish for the number 97. To find how much older grandpa is we must find the difference between the two numbers so 97 – 89 = 8. The Spanish word for the number 8 is ocho. Grandpa was 8 years older than the rocking chair.

Ochenta y dos is Spanish for the number 82. To find out what half of the number is we would have to divide the number by 2. 82 ÷ 2 = 41. The Spanish word for 41 is cuarenta y uno.


Sesenta y seis is Spanish for the number 66, doce is Spanish for the number 12 and veinte y dos is Spanish for the number 22. Adding the numbers together we get: 66 + 12 + 22 = 100. The Spanish word for 100 is cien.

Setenta y tres is Spanish for the number 73 and treinta y cinco is Spanish for the number 35. To find the difference we need to subtract so, 73 – 35 = 38. Danny needed 38 more pickets. The number 38 in Spanish is treinta y ocho.
