Tener que, haber que

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  • 1. Tenerque, Haber que
  • 2. Tenerque
    Tenerque + infinitive
    - expresses obligation or necessity
    - translates to:
    "someone has to do something”
  • 3. Tenerque
    Tengo que comer las verduras
    I have to eat the vegetables.
    Ellos tendrán que comprar una revista.
    They will have to buy a magazine.
    Ángel tuvo que leer el periódico.
    Ángel had to read the newspaper.
  • 4. Haber que
    Haber que + infinitive
    - translates to:
    "one must do something"
    or
    "it is necessary to do something."
  • 5. Haber que
    Habráquetomar un taxi.
    It will be necessary to take a taxi.
    Hay queestudiar mucho.
    One must study a lot.
    Para ver el mundohay queviajar.
    To see the world, one must travel.