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Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.3.4-1 The verbs tener (to have) and venir (to come) are among the most frequently used in Spanish. Because most of their forms are irregular, you will have to learn each one individually.
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.3.4-2
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.3.4-3 The endings are the same as those of regular -er and -ir verbs, except for the yo forms, which are irregular: tengo, vengo.
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.3.4-4 In the tú, Ud., and Uds. forms, the e of the stem changes to ie as shown below.
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.3.4-5 The nosotros and vosotros forms are the only ones which are regular. Compare them to the forms of comer and escribir that you learned on page 96.
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.3.4-6
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.3.4-7 In certain idiomatic or set expressions in Spanish, you use the construction tener + [noun] to express to be + [adjective].
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.3.4-8 To express an obligation, use tener que (to have to) + [infinitive].
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.3.4-9 To ask people if they feel like doing something, use tener ganas de (to feel like) + [infinitive].
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.3.4-10 Provide the appropriate forms of tener and venir. The first item in each column has been done for you. 1.Ellos ________ dos hermanos. 2.Yo _____ una hermana. 3.El artista _____ tres primos. 4.Nosotros _____ diez tíos. 5.Eva y Diana _____ un sobrino. 6.Usted _____ cinco nietos. 7.Tú _____ dos hermanastras. 8.Ustedes _____ cuatro hijos. 9.Ella _____ una hija. 1.Mis padres ________ de México. 2.Tú _____ de España. 3.Nosotras _____ de Cuba. 4.Pepe _____ de Italia. 5.Yo _____ de Francia. 6.Ustedes _____ del Canadá. 7.Alfonso y yo _____ de Portugal. 8.Ellos _____ de Alemania. 9.Usted _____ de Venezuela. tienen tenervenir vienen
Tener (to have) Venir (to come) (de/a)
3.4 Present tense of tener and venir Tener (to have) Venir (to come) (de/a) Forms and uses of two common irregular present tense verbs.
©2014 by Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved The verbs tener (to have) and venir (to come) are among the most frequently used in Spanish.
ESPAÑOL UNO: CAPÍTULO 6 TENER.
In Lección 2, you learned how to form the present tense of regular -ar verbs. You also learned about the importance of verb forms, which change to show.
Remember present tense –AR verbs… Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved
Both Spanish and English use the present progressive, which consists of the present tense of the verb to be and the present participle (the -ing form in.
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Spanish has two verbs that mean to know: saber and conocer. They cannot be used interchangeably.
In Lecciones 6–9, you learned the preterite tense
You already know that the verbs ir and ser are irregular in the preterite. You will now learn other verbs whose preterite forms are also irregular. Copyright.
3.4 Present tense of tener and venir ANTE TODO The verbs tener (to have) and venir (to come) are among the most frequently used in Spanish. Because.
Tener Lets look at the verb tener (to have). It features two verb changes that we will see very soon.
EL VERBO TENER Una introducción. For all verbs in Spanish the subject pronouns are not necessary. You can tell who is doing the verb by the ending.
Los Verbos Capítulo 1 Parte 2.
Srta. Forgue El 12 de enero de Ahora mismo Completa los ejercicios con la forma correcta del mandato según el sujeto en paréntesis. Caminar (Uds.)
Español II Srta. Forgue El 11 de abril de La clase de hoy El 11 de abril Ahora mismo: Mirar el tutorial de 7.1 Repaso: Corregir INTÉNTALO en la.
In Lección 2, you learned how to express preferences with gustar
You will now learn how to form and use the past subjunctive (el pretérito imperfecto de subjuntivo), also called the imperfect subjunctive. Like the present.
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved As you learned in Lección 6, -ar and -er stem- changing verbs have no stem change in.
El verbos TENER y VENIR. TENER (e ie) Tener means “to have” and is a very common verb to use in the Spanish language. Tener is irregular. It is a “YO-GO”
Apuntes de noviembre Los verbos tener y venir TENER (to have) (yo) tengo(nosotros/as) tenemos (tú) tienes(vosotros/as) tenéis (Ud., él/ella) tiene(Uds.,
Los Verbos Regulares en el Presente Los ER y Los IR.
Tener To have. Review - Conjugations Yo tengo Tú tienes Él/ella/usted tiene Nosotros tenemos Vosotros tenéis Ellos/ellas/uds tienen.
In both English and Spanish, the verb to be (ser) and numbers are used to tell time. Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.
5A – Apuntes #1 TENER. 1. TENER is used ________________________ 2. TENER is used _______________________ ejemplo: I have an older brother and a younger.
-GO Verbs There is a small but very important group of verbs that we call the “-go” verbs. These verbs are: Hacer: to make/do Poner: to put Salir: to.
Previously, you learned that reflexive verbs indicate that the subject of a sentence does the action to itself. Reciprocal reflexives, on the other hand,
GRAMÁTICAGRAMÁTICA Present tense of regular –ar, -er, -ir verbs.
-go Verbs Small but very important group of verbs that we call the “-go” verbs. These verbs are: Hacer: to make/do Poner: to put Tener : to have Traer:
Present Tense of Regular –AR Verbs. An infinitive tells the meaning of a verb without naming any subject or tense. There are three kinds of infinitives,
Bell Dinger el 26 de octubre Complete the chart with the appropriate subject pronouns.
GRAMÁTICA El Futuro. Yesterday we talked about two ways to talk about the future: Immediate Future ir a + infinitive True Future infinitive + ending Before.
Subject pronouns and ser
El futuro. The future tense is used to describe actions that will take place. In English, the word will (or shall) is the essence of the future tense.
“Querer” and Stem-Changing Verbs
The Verb Venir- to come #8. The Verb Venir Standard 1.2: Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics Objective:
Everything you’d want to know about how to change verbs in Spanish….almost. Jason Engle MADL127: EDTC 560 University of Phoenix.
Pensar, Querer, and Preferir
You have already learned that ser and estar both mean to be but are used for different purposes. These charts summarize the key differences in usage between.
The Preterite tense What is the preterite tense in Spanish? An action completed ONCE in the past ONE SHOT DEAL Something that is started and finished.
The Present Tense of tener (to have)
La vida escolarGramática 1 Present tense of tener and some tener idioms Preview Conjugation of tener Tener que.
STEM-CHANGING VERBS IN THE PRESENT TENSE
28 de agosto de 2013 OBJETIVOS Content Objective: S.W.B.A.T. describe people using subject pronouns and the verb ser. Language Objective: Students.
VERB CONJUGATION Present Tense
Verbs with irregular YO forms. Regular –AR, –ER, and –IR verbs have regular endings in the yo form. For regular –AR, you drop the –AR and add the O ending.
Has an irregular yo form, it is a go verb. Has a stem-change in all forms except nosotros. yotengonosotrostenemos tútienes ustedustedes éltieneellostienen.
Sra. Renard El 11 de diciembre de Usa mandatos de Ud.
Tú Commands Pages 102 and 132. When do I use tú commands? You use the tú command when you are giving advice telling someone you know what you want them.
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