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Lesson 62: Counting from 100 to 999

Counting from **100** to **900** is easy, except for some exceptions.

one hundred | cien |

two hundred | doscientos |

three hundred | trescientos |

four hundred | cuatrocientos |

five hundred | quinientos |

six hundred | seiscientos |

seven hundred | setecientos |

eight hundred | ochocientos |

nine hundred | novecientos |

When a number **ends** in **(c)ientos** and is followed by a **feminine noun**, **(c)ientos** changes into **(c)ientas**.

seven hundred houses | setecientas casas |

When a number does not **end** in **(c)ientos**, this change does not occur when followed by a **feminine noun**.
Also note that unlike tenfolds, hundredfolds and numbers following them are not separated by an **y**

five hundred forty-three houses | quinientos cuarenta y tres casas |

nine hundred nine | novecientos nueve |

Question | Answer |
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one hundred | cien |

two hundred | doscientos |

three hundred | trescientos |

four hundred | cuatrocientos |

five hundred | quinientos |

six hundred | seiscientos |

seven hundred | setecientos |

eight hundred | ochocientos |

nine hundred | novecientos |

the dollar | el dólar |

one hundred dollars | cien dólares |

the euro | el euro |

one hundred ten euros | ciento diez euros |

one hundred houses | cien casas |

seven hundred houses | setecientas casas |

five hundred forty-three houses | quinientos cuarenta y tres casas |

nine hundred nine | novecientos nueve |

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