Numbers in Portuguese. A Dica do Dia - Rio & Learn. Learn Brazilian Portuguese for free

Hello, guys (galera)! On today’s Dica (Tip of the Day) we will be learning about numbers in Portuguese and how to count from Um (1) to Cem (100).

Numbers in Portuguese

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
um (one)
dois (two)
três (three)
quatro (four)
cinco (five)
seis (six)
sete (seven)
oito (eight)
nove (nine)
dez (ten)
onze (eleven)
doze (twelve)
treze (thirteen)
quatorze/catorze (fourteen)
quinze (fifteen)
dezesseis sixteen)
dezessete (seventeen)
dezoito (eighteen)
dezenove (nineteen)
vinte (twenty)
vinte e um (twenty-one)
vinte e dois (twenty-two)
vinte e três (twenty-three)
vinte e quatro (twenty-four)
vinte e cinco (twenty-five)
vinte e seis (twenty-six)
vinte e sete (twenty-seven)
vinte e oito (twenty-eight)
vinte e nove (twenty-nine)
trinta (thirty)
quarenta (fourty)
cinquenta/cincoenta (fifty)
sessenta (sixty)
setenta (seventy)
oitenta (eighty)
noventa (ninety)
cem(one-hundred)

 

Practice more numbers in Portuguese

Watch this video with the pronunciation for numbers from 1 to 10 in Portuguese.
Here you can learn how to pronounce the numbers from 11 to 20
Would you like to learn more numbers? In this Dica we’ll talk about big numbers.

Examples: Numbers in Portuguese

(29) – Eu tenho vinte e nove anos.
(29) – I am twenty-nine years old.

(86) – Ele tem oitenta e seis livros na coleção dele.
(86) – He has eighty-six books in his collection.

(17) – Meu irmão mais novo tem dezessete anos.
(17) – My younger brother is seventee years old.

(100) – Ela viu cem pessoas na festa de ontem.
(100) – She saw a hundred people at the party yesterday.

(41) – Silvia tem quarenta e um anos de idade.
(41) – Silvia is forty-one years old.

(93) – O avô do meu amigo fez noventa e três anos ontem.
(93) – My friend’s grandfather turned ninety-three yesterday.

(14) – Meu aniversário é no dia quatorze de novembro.
(14) – My birthday is on the fourteenth of November.

(29) – Ele tem vinte e nove CD’s na estante.
(29) – He ha twenty-nine CD’s on the shelf

(52) – Marta pagou cinquenta e dois reais nos sapatos dela.
(52) – Marta paid fifty-two reais for her shoes.

(67) – Eu vou fazer sessenta e sete anos no ano que vem.
(67) – I will be sixty-seven next year.

(09) – Ele comprou nove bermudas na feira ontem.
(09) – He bought nine shorts at the fair yesterday.

(13) – A sexta-feira treze é considerado um dia de azar.
(13) – Friday the thirteenth is considered a day of bad luck.

(15) – Os quinze anos são uma idade muito importante para as meninas.
(15) – Turning fifteen is very important for girls.

(28) – O mês de fevereiro é o único mês com vinte e oito dias.
(28) – February is the only month that has twenty-eight days.

(07) – O Dia da Independência do Brasil é o dia sete de setembro.
(07) – Brazil’s Independence day is on the seventh of September.

So guys,
Did you enjoy learning about numbers in Portuguese and how to count from Um (one) to Cem (one hundred)?

See you on our next Tip, guys!
Tchau (bye)!

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Click on the links below to see more related Dicas
Numbers from 1 to 10 in Portuguese
Numbers 11 – 20 in Portuguese
Big numbers in Portuguese
Sentences with numbers in Portuguese
Ordinal numbers in Portuguese
Practice ordinal numbers

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