Do you know the Portuguese numbers?
Numbers are very important and you should know them by heart because they are used every day and everywhere.
Learn how to count Portuguese numbers step-by-step with these short videos.
Counting from 0 to 10 in Portuguese
Counting from 11 to 20 in Portuguese
Counting from 10 to 100 in Portuguese
duas páginas = two pages
página 2 (dois) = page 2 (two)
três milhões de doláres = three million dollars
dia 2 (dois) de janeiro = 2nd of January
1 and 2 and from 200 to 900
In Portuguese, the numbers 1 and 2 and from 200 to 900 are feminine (uma, duas, duzentas, trezentas, etc.) when followed by a feminine noun (duas pessoas - two people).
Telephone Numbers, Country Codes and ZIP Codes
In Brazil, when saying telephone numbers, country codes and ZIP codes, usually meia (half a dozen) is used for number 6 instead of seis (six). Example: Tel. 2654-0266 (dois, meia, cinco, quatro, zero, dois, meia, meia).
Cem is used only for one hundred. Above one hundred, cento is used (101 cento e um, 102 cento e dois, etc.)
Milhão/Bilhão (million/billion) are masculine and have a plural form (milhões/bilhões). When followed by a noun, the preposition de (of) is required (5 milhões de pessoas - 5 million people).
Decimal point (R$ 3.000,00) and not comma (R$ 3,000.00) is used to separate the thousands in Portuguese.
Do you need a detailed explanation followed by examples?
Please refer to my Portuguese Grammar book.