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51 in Spanish

51 in Spanish -  número cincuenta y uno en español
The number 51 in Spanish is a long number to remember, ideal word for beginners:

The translation of the number fifty-one from English to Spanish is cincuenta y uno

The word 'cincuenta y uno' are easy words to learn how to say as they follow a pattern within the number group 51-59. All of these numbers begin with cincuenta y followed by the translation of the last digit which in this instance is uno. These basic words combined together form the number cincuenta y uno which translates to fifty and one. The pronunciation of the alphabet letters are very different to English as the sounds are formed differently. There is a teaching resource in the form of an audio video which is located below. The video can be used to teach school kids and beginners how to count to 60, which of course includes the number 51 in Spanish.



What is 51 in Spanish?
The number 51 in Spanish is cincuenta y uno. The easy word for número cincuenta y uno sounds different to how it is pronounced in English. The following examples can be used as a guide to saying this number:

  • cincuenta - see number fifty for guidance
  • the letter u is pronounced like oo in cool
  • the sound of the letter n is like n in now
  • o sounds like the letter o in lot

51 in Spanish - Cardinal and Ordinal

The number 51 in Spanish is número cincuenta y uno. This is called a cardinal, or counting number, as it represents quantity.  The ordinal number for 51 in English can be written as either fifty-first or 51st.

This type of numeral is often used in the English language, in both spoken and written literature. The ordinal numbers are not used as often in Spanish, particularly after the 10th. The cardinal number replaces the ordinal instead.

51 in Spanish - Grammar Rules

51 in Spanish follows certain grammar rules and changes which do not apply in the same way in the English language. For example, if you are describing fifty-one of something and the noun you are talking about is masculine, the letter o is dropped from cincuenta y uno. If the noun is feminine, the letter o is replaced by the letter a. The following example can be used as a guide to clarify the grammatical differences for the use of this number:

  • cincuenta y un niños translates to fifty-one children as the word niño is masculine
  • cincuenta y una tiendas translates to fifty-one shops as the word tienda is feminine
  • cincuenta y un días translates to fifty-one days as the word día is masculine

51 in Spanish - number translation
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Pronunciation Video - How to say 51 in Spanish



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51 in Spanish


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