In this Spanish Difficult Review quiz you will be going over how to count in Spanish using ordinal numbers. In fact, this quiz is a continuation of the Spanish Difficult Review quiz titled Math: Who’s On First?. In that quiz you learned how to count the Spanish ordinal numbers of first through twentieth. Now, in this quiz, you will learn how to count from the twenty-first through the five hundredth.
Remember, ordinal numbers are adjectives in that they are used to describe other objects/nouns. Now let’s take a look at these higher ordinal numbers.
|twenty-fifth||vigésimo quinto [Note that this will continue through twenty-ninth.]|
|thirty-third||trigésimo tercero [Note that this will continue through thirty-ninth.]|
|fortieth||cuadragésimo [Note that this will continue through forty-ninth.]|
|fiftieth||quincuagésimo [Note that this will continue through fifty-ninth.]|
|sixtieth||sexagésimo [Note that this will continue through sixty-ninth.]|
|seventieth||septuagésimo [Note that this will continue through seventy-ninth.]|
|eightieth||octogésimo [Note that this will continue through eighty-ninth.]|
|ninetieth||nonagésimo [Note that this will continue through ninety-ninth.]|
As you can see, once you get to the twentieth through the ninetieth ordinal numbers, the first through the ninth are simply added to them. These ordinal numbers are rather long and many of them contain accent marks so please take enough time to really get to know them, be familiar with them, pronounce them and spell them. Once you are really comfortable, move on to the quiz section.
The quiz is rather simple and quick in that you will be given the ordinal number in English and you will need to locate the Spanish translation of that number. You will need to know how to spell to find the correct answer. Challenge yourself when taking the quiz by NOT looking back at this introduction to find your answer.
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