Note that primero (first) and tercero (third) have a shorter form when they are placed in front of a masculine singular noun. " Then when are primero and tercero used, if ever?
I think these can be used as pronouns.
"Él es el primero." -- He's the first one.
"Es el tercero." -- It's the third one.
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