## How do you count to 110 in Spanish?

Now that we know all this, let’s take a look at the list:

1. 100 – cien.
2. 101 – ciento uno.
3. 102 – ciento dos.
4. 103 – ciento tres.
5. 110 – ciento diez.
6. 111 – ciento once.
7. 135 – ciento treinta y cinco.
8. 200 – doscientos.

## How do you count from 100 to 200 in Spanish?

Numbers 100 to 200 in Spanish

1. 100 = Ciento.
2. 101 = ciento uno ( 100 (ciento) + 1 (uno) )
3. 111 = ciento once ( 100 (ciento) + 11 (once) )
4. 120 = ciento veinte ( 100 (ciento) + 20 (veinte) )
5. 127 = ciento veintisiete ( 100 (ciento) + 27 (veintisiete) )
6. 131 = ciento treinta y uno ( 100 (ciento) + 30 (treinta) + y + 1 (uno) )

How do you say 120?

I now live in Canada and a teacher told me recently that 120 must be pronounced ‘one hundred twenty’, because if children say ‘one hundred and twenty’ then it means one hundred POINT 20.

### How do you count money in Spanish?

When counting money, say the value number followed by the currency, such as cinco dólares, dos pesos, etc. Specify if you have billetes (bills) or monedas (coins) when needed, referring to cents as centavos.

### Which is the correct way to count numbers in Spanish?

Counting Spanish Numbers 1 – 1000+. For numbers from 100 to 199, use ciento: 101 – ciento uno. 129 – ciento veintinueve. 195 – ciento noventa y cinco. (Note that you don’t need to add y after ciento – it’s ciento uno, not ciento y uno .) For numbers from 200 to 999, you must first learn the multiples of 100.