Spanish Numbers


Uno, dos, tres, …..


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Parque de el Retiro,  Madrid,  June 2016



aDSC_0636_ppCopyright Debbie Smyth, 3 June 2016



Part of Numbers and Blue Monday


26 thoughts on “Spanish Numbers

  1. I love this photo of all the boats. I still remember the Spanish numbers I learned in High school along with the enunciation of the Spanish vowels. Funny what we remember.

    Happy Blue Monday. We just arrived home from vacation yesterday. Late catching up. Thank you for joining my blog party.

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  2. Cheerful boats ready to be used! Am glad they have the same number system:) You’re still in Spain? My son showed a pic of Catalan food:)
    Also here to remind you of SEASONS – still time to link up till Wednesday 7pm, US Pacific time – looking forward to it -ALL your photos are excellent:) Have a great week, hopefully not too intense!

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    1. Got home at 2 this morning, via Budapest!
      I didn’t get to Catalonia on this trip, which is a shame. But I have to admit there is something about Spanish culture (and food) that really appeals to me. I am missing it already


      1. Don’t know why I missed this comment up till now (Sun July 17) Many Dutch retirees are for the winter in Spain, and the summer in Holland. Was in my twenties there, so it probably changed a lot. Heard several things about Catalonia, so am curious:)


  3. Lots of ble boats. I took Spanish in high school, but did not retain it. However, I do know what some of the numbers are in Spanish. Why I remembered that, I do not know.

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