Numbers are essential in the daily lives of everyone living in Portugal. Whenever we make a purchase, whenever we talk about addresses, whenever we give our phone numbers, numbers are a constant and it is important to know them well.
Ordinal numbers in Portuguese can be challenging. In fact, it’s not only the ordinal numbers that pose a challenge; cardinal numbers (especially between 11 and 19) are also not usually easy for Portuguese language learners. For those who have forgotten the difference between cardinal and ordinal numbers, we remind you that cardinal numbers are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5… and ordinal numbers are 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th…
PRO TIP: Try to memorize only the first 10 ordinal numbers. The remaining ones are excessively complicated for level A1 and are not used on a daily basis.
To listen to the AUDIO in Portuguese, go to OPTIONS and switch the AUDIO to ON. To turn on the AUDIO, go to FLASHCARDS and click on the COG WHEEL (top right).
To learn and consolidate this list, you should follow the following STUDY METHOD: