0 TO 19

0

zero

1

um / uma

2

dois / duas

3

três

4

quatro

5

cinco

6

seis

7

sete

8

oito

9

nove

10

dez

11

onze

12

doze

13

treze

14

catorze

15

quinze

16

dezasseis

17

dezassete

18

dezoito

19

dezanove

20 TO 39

20

vinte

21

vinte e um

22

vinte e dois

23

vinte e três

24

vinte e quatro

25

vinte cinco

26

vinte seis

27

vinte sete

28

vinte e oito

29

vinte e nove

30

trinta

31

trinta e um

32

trinta e dois

33

trinta e três

34

trinta e quatro

35

trinta e cinco

36

trinta e seis

37

trinta e sete

38

trinta e oito

39

trinta e nove

TENS

10

dez

20

vinte

30

trinta

40

quarenta

50

cinquenta

60

sessenta

70

setenta

80

oitenta

90

noventa

LARGER NUMBERS

100

cem

392

trèsentos novente dois

1,000

mil

7,840

sete mil oitentos e quarente

1,000,000

um milhão

ORDINALS

first (1st)

primerio (1º)

second (2nd)

segundo (2º)

third (3rd)

terceiro (3º)

fourth (4th)

quarto (4º)

fifth (5th)

quinto (5º)

sixth (6th)

sexto (6º)

seventh (7th)

sétimo (7º)

eighth (8th)

oitavo (8º)

ninth (9th)

nono (9º)

tenth (10th)

décimo (10º)

The numbers up to 15 will simply need to be learned. Note that the names for 1 and 2 differ according to gender.

Numbers 16 to 19 are formed by the name of the unit digit to the stem dez- (10), though in some cases -a- or -as- is placed between the two parts.

Thereafter the two-digit numbers are formed in virtually the same manner as in English. For example 37 is trenta e sete (trente is 30, and sete is 7). The only anomaly here is that when forming most numbers  the word e (and) is included between the two parts, e.g. 31 is trenta e um .

The ordinals are rather irregular, though they always end in -o apart from 1st and 2nd.

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