Numbers in Portuguese:
The Basics 1 to 10.

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Numbers in Portuguese

Portuguese

1 - um

2 - dois

3 - três

4 - quatro

5 - cinco

6 - seis

7 - sete

8 - oito

9 - nove

10 - dez

11 - onze

12 - doze

13 - treze

14 - quatorze

15 - quinze

16 - dezesseis

17 - dezessete

18 - dezoito

19 - dezenove

20 - vinte

21 - vinte e um

22 - vinte e dois

23 - vinte e três

24 - vinte e quatro

25 - vinte e cinco

26 - vinte e seis

27 - vinte e sete

28 - vinte e oito

29 - vinte e nove

30 - trinta

40 - quarenta

50 - cinquenta

60 - sessenta

70 - setenta

80 - oitenta

90 - noventa

123 - cento e vinte e três

100 - cem

200 - duzentos

300 - trezentos

400 - quatrocentos

500 - quinhentos

600 - seiscentos

700 - setecentos

800 - oitocentos

900 - novecentos

999 - novecentos e noventa e nove

1000 - mil

English

1 - one

2 - two

3 - three

4 - four

5 - five

6 - six

7 - seven

8 - eight

9 - nine

10 - ten

11 - eleven

12 - twelve

13 - thirteen

14 - fourteen

15 - fifteen

16 - sixteen

17 - seventeen

18 - eighteen

19 - nineteen

20 - twenty

21 - twenty-one

22 - twenty-two

23 - twenty-three

24 - twenty-four

25 - twenty-five

26 - twenty-six

27 - twenty-seven

28 - twenty-eight

29 - twenty-nine

30 - thirty

40 - forty

50 - fifty

60 - sixty

70 - seventy

80 - eighty

90 - ninety

123 - a hundred and twenty-three

100 - a hundred

200 - two hundred

300 - three hundred

400 - four hundred

500 - five hundred

600 - seven hundred

700 - seven hundred

800 - eight hundred

900 - nine hundred

999 - nine hundred and ninety-nine

1000 - a thousand


“How old are you?” “Say thirty-thee.” “How much is the discount?” “How many siblings do you have?” “Let's count from 1 to 10...”

Numbers are everywhere. From your telephone number to your address, from you shoe size to your date of birth.

If I wrote them here in a straight list it would be easier for a quick consult, but it would be a quite boring list, wouldn’t it?

So, I prefer to give you an example for each number. Take your time and learn them in an easy and relaxed manner – one by one.

1. Ela vai fazer um aninho amanhã. 
    She will be one year old tomorrow.

2. Eu passei dois anos na Noruega. 
    I spent two years in Norway.

3. Já são três horas! 
    It’s already three o’clock.

4. A maioria dos animais têm quatro patas. 
    Most animals have four legs.

5. Eu trabalho cinco dias por semana. 
    I work five days a week.

6. Meia-dúzia significa seis. 
    Half a dozen means six units.

7. Dizem que os gatos têm sete vidas. 
    People say that cats have seven lives.

8. Eu tinha só oito anos quando me apaixonei pela primeira
    vez. 
    I was only eight years old when I fell in love for the first
    time.

9. Nove vezes em cada dez, o cliente tem razão. 
    Nine times out of ten, clients are right.

10. Este livro está na lista dos Dez Mais por três semanas. 
      This book has been in the Top Ten for three weeks.

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