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Tener and other GO verbs


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Irregular YO -GO verbs

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Tener and other GO verbs

  1. 1. Los Verbos YO -GOVerbs that have irregular YO forms ending with -GO
  2. 2. Tener = to have Yo tengo  Nosotros tenemos Tú tienes  Vosotros tenéis Él/ella/usted tiene  Ellos/ellas/uds tienen the YO form ends with –GO the TÚ, ÉL, ELLOS forms change E  IE The endings are regular –ER endings (o, es, e, emos, éis, en)
  3. 3. Usos de TENER To tell your age  (Tener + number + años)  Tengo quince años – I am 15 years old To have to do something.  (Tener + que + infinitive)  Tengo que estudiar – I have to study To feel like doing something.  (Tener ganas de + infinitive)  Tengo ganas de dormir – I feel like sleeping.
  4. 4. Usos de TENER Tener sed To be thirsty Tener hambre To be hungry Tener frío To be cold Tener calor To be hot Tener sueño To be tired Tener prisa To be in a hurry Tener miedo to be scared Tener suerte To be luckyThese expressions are considered “idiomatic” expressionsbecause they do not translate literally – you are actuallysaying “to have thirst” or “to have hunger”, etc.To use a saying, simply conjugate TENER for the subject –you do NOT change the second word!I am hungry = Tengo hambre. / She is cold = Ella tiene frío.
  5. 5. VENIR = To come to a place Yo vengo  Nosotros venimos Tú vienes  Vosotros venís Él/ella/usted viene  Ellos/ellas/uds vienen VENIR is conjugated almost just like TENER! the YO form ends with –GO the TÚ, ÉL, ELLOS forms change E  IE The one exception is that VENIR is an –IR verb, so the endings are regular –IR endings (o, es, e, imos, ís, en)
  6. 6. VENIR is usually followed by “a” (to/at) or “de” (from). Yo vengo al colegio a las ocho.  I come to school at 8:00. Tú vienes a la casa a las cinco y media.  You come to the house at 5:30. Don’t fo rget: Yo vengo del colegio a las tres. a + e l = AL  I come from school at 3:00. de + el = DE Tú vienes de Puerto Rico. L  You come from Puerto Rico.
  7. 7. HACER = to do / to make Yo hago  Nosotros hacemos Tú haces  Vosotros hacéis Él/ella/Ud. hace  Ellos/ellas/Uds. hacen PONER = to put / to place Yo pongo  Nosotros ponemos Tú pones  Vosotros ponéis Él/ella/Ud. pone  Ellos/ellas/Uds. ponen
  8. 8. SALIR = to leave/go out  Yo salgo  Nosotros salimos  Tú sales  Vosotros salís  Él/ella/Ud. sale  Ellos/ellas/Uds. salen Salir can be followed by de, a, para, or con depending on the sentence. DECIR = to say / to tell  Yo digo *EI*  Nosotros decimos In yo, tú, él, &  Tú dices ellos forms  Vosotros decís  Él/ella/Ud. dice  Ellos/ellas/Uds. dicenDecir followed by que = to say THAT…ex. Yo digo que él es alto. I say that he is tall.
  9. 9. TRAER = to bring Yo traigo  Nosotros traemos Tú traes  Vosotros traéis Él/ella/Ud. trae  Ellos/ellas/Uds. traen *the YO forms ends with -IGO* *add Y in tú, él OÍR = to hear & ellos forms* Yo oigo  Nosotros oímos Tú oyes  Vosotros oís Él/ella/Ud. oye  Ellos/ellas/Uds. oyen
  10. 10. I. Fill in the blanks to complete the sentences on your worksheet.II. Translate the following sentences to English on your worksheet. 1. Mi madre pone la mesa en el comedor. 2. Yo tengo que lavar la ropa de vez en cuando. 3. Mis tíos siempre vienen a mi casa los lunes. 4. Nuestro abuelo no oye la televisión en la sala. 5. Tu hermano nunca hace la cama en el dormitorio.
  11. 11. III. Translate these sentences to Spanish.1. I put the chair in the kitchen sometimes.2. My father brings the breakfast to the dining room.3. We say that (que) the car is in the garage.4. The cousins never have to take out the trash.5. I always leave school at 4:00.