In this Spanish Medium Review quiz you will be reviewing the numbers 50 through 100. In an effort to help refresh your memory of things you learned in the Spanish Easy Review series, this quiz is the second of two math review quizzes that has been created to help you remember your Spanish numbers. When you think about it, you really haven’t learned to say 100 different numbers because numbers are repeated. For example: 8, 28, 38, 48, etc. In each instance the same number 8 is used over and over again. In addition, 21, 22, 23, 24, etc., in each instance, the number 20 (twenty) is spoken. The numbers you do have to learn are 0, 1 through 15, then 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 and 100. That’s a total of 25 numbers. Now that really isn’t so hard to learn is it?
[readmore]In the first counting review quiz the numbers 0 through 49 were covered. This quiz will cover the numbers 50 through 100. If you do not remember the Spanish word numbers for 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 and 100 then please look back and review the Spanish Easy Review quizzes titled Math: Counting 40 to 59 and Math: Counting 60 to 100. If you feel adventurous and want to move forward, testing just what numbers you do remember, then please begin the quiz now!
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The Spanish number for 65 is sesenta y cinco. The second and third answers are the wrong numbers and the last answer is misspelled.

The Spanish number for 100 is cien. The first and third answers are the incorrect number and the last answer is the Spanish word for cent.


You really need to pay close attention to the spelling here. The Spanish number for 78 is setenta y ocho. The first answer has both 70 and 8 spelled wrong. The second answer has the number 8 spelled wrong and the last answer has the number 70 spelled wrong. That leaves the third answer which is correct.

The first answer reads '40 and room' so it is not correct. The second answer has misspelled the Spanish word for 50. The third answer is Spanish for the number 44 while the last answer is Spanish for the number 54. Remember to pay attention to where the 'r' is located in the words 'cuatro' and 'cuarto' as they have two different meanings. The first means 'four' while the second means 'room'. Also note that 'cuarto' can mean 'quarter' and 'fourth'.


Treinta, cuarenta, cincuenta, sesenta are Spanish for 30, 40, 50, 60. As the numbers are going up by 10 each time, the next number would be 70. In Spanish, the word for 70 is setenta.

This is a simple subtract question. One less point from 100 is: 100 – 1 = 99. Jared got 99 on his midterm paper. The Spanish number for 99 is noventa y nueve. The first answer reads 9 and 90. That is not the correct way to say or write 99 in Spanish. The same thing holds true for the last answer which reads 9 and 80. It is not properly written. The second answer is Spanish for the number 89 which is not the correct number Jared got on his midterm paper.


The Spanish number for 81 is ochenta y uno.

The Spanish number for 67 is sesenta y siete.


The first answer is Spanish for the number 43. It is not the number you are looking for. The third and last answers have each misspelled the Spanish word for 50. The Spanish number for 53 is cincuenta y tres.

The Spanish number for 86 is ochenta y seis. The first and second answers have misspelled the word for 80 so neither of them is correct. The third answer has placed an accent mark on the number 6. There is no accent mark on the number 6 here. The last answer does show the correct Spanish number for 86.
