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Tener To Have La clase de español I. Tener- To have The Spanish verb tener translates to English as: to have The Spanish verb tener translates to English.

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Presentación del tema: "Tener To Have La clase de español I. Tener- To have The Spanish verb tener translates to English as: to have The Spanish verb tener translates to English."— Transcripción de la presentación:

1 Tener To Have La clase de español I

2 Tener- To have The Spanish verb tener translates to English as: to have The Spanish verb tener translates to English as: to have This verb is considered irregular; it does not follow the pattern as regular ER verbs This verb is considered irregular; it does not follow the pattern as regular ER verbs It is best to memorize the conjugations because there is no pattern to follow It is best to memorize the conjugations because there is no pattern to follow

3 The conjugations of Tener Yo Tengo Nosotros Tenemos Tú Tienes Él/Ella/Ud. Tiene Ellos/Ellas/Uds. Tienen

4 Look closely at the Yo form In the Yo form of tener, the letter g appears: In the Yo form of tener, the letter g appears: Yo Tengo Yo Tengo (I have) (I have)

5 Notice the letter I After the Yo form we see the appearance of the letter I in the tú, él/ella/ud, and ella/ellas/uds. forms: After the Yo form we see the appearance of the letter I in the tú, él/ella/ud, and ella/ellas/uds. forms: Tú tienes (you have) Tú tienes (you have) Él tiene (he has) Él tiene (he has) Ellos tienen (they have) Ellos tienen (they have)

6 The Nosotros Form The nosotros form of the verb tener does NOT have the letter I: The nosotros form of the verb tener does NOT have the letter I: Nosotros tenemos (we have) Nosotros tenemos (we have)

7 Special uses of Tener in Spanish In Spanish, the verb tener is used in certain situations that the verb to be is used in English: In Spanish, the verb tener is used in certain situations that the verb to be is used in English: Age Age Hunger/Thirst Hunger/Thirst

8 Age ¿Cuántos años tienes? (how old are you) ¿Cuántos años tienes? (how old are you) Tengo quince años. (I am fifteen years old) Tengo quince años. (I am fifteen years old) The above sentences loosely translate into English as: How many years do you have? & I have fifteen years. The above sentences loosely translate into English as: How many years do you have? & I have fifteen years.

9 Hambre/Sed As with age, it is necessary to use tener when discussing hunger and thirst. As with age, it is necessary to use tener when discussing hunger and thirst. ¿Tienes tú hambre? (are you hungry) ¿Tienes tú hambre? (are you hungry) Si, tengo hambre. (yes, I am hungry) Si, tengo hambre. (yes, I am hungry) Tengo sed. (I am thirsty) Tengo sed. (I am thirsty)

10 ¿Hay preguntas? Remember that you are always welcome to contact your instructor with any questions that you may have! Remember that you are always welcome to contact your instructor with any questions that you may have! ¡Buena suerte! ¡Buena suerte!


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