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Tener Expressions in Spanish

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  • 1. By: Anastasia Kurtiak Tener: I have
  • 2. Tener Chart Tengo Tenemos Tienes Teneis Tiene Tienen
  • 3. How to use Tener
    • Yo teng o
    • Tu tien es
    • Ud., ella, el tien e
    • Nosotros ten emos
    • Vosotros ten eis
    • Uds., ellos, ellas tie nen
    • Use the verb tener to tell what someone has.
    • Ex. Teng o un lapiz.
  • 4.
            • Masculine Feminine
    • Singular - Un libr o Una mochil a
    • Plural- Unos libr os Unas mochil as
    • Ex. –Tienes un boligraf o ?
    • - No. Teng o un lapiz.
    Tener with Indefinate Articles
  • 5.
    • Tengo sed: I am thirsty
    • Tengo hambre: I am hungry.
    • Tengo prisa: I am in a hurry.
    • Tengo (your age) anos: I am ___ years old.
    • Tengo que: I have to (do something)
    • Tengo miedo: I am scared!
    • Tengo calor: I am hot.
    • Tengo frio: I am cold.
    • Tengo razon: I am right.
    • Tengo verguenza: I am ashamed.
    • Tengo sueno: I am sleepy.
    • Tengo ganas de: I feel like (doing something).

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