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The Present Tense of tener (to have) (El tiempo presente del verbo tener )
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tengo tienes tiene tenemos tenéis tienen The verb tener means to have or to possess. It is an irregular - er verb that is conjugated as follows: Notice the irregular yo form . . . . . . and the changes that occur in the stem of the second-person singular and third plural. The verb tener
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¿Cuántos tienes? ¿Cuántos años tienes? How old are you? Yo tengo ___ años. I am ___ years old. ¿Y tu hermano/a? How old is your brother/sister? Él/Ella tiene ___ años. He/She is ___ years old. ¿Cuántas personas hay en tu familia? How many people are there in your family? Hay ___ personas en mi familia. There are ___ people in my family. ¿Y la tuya?
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¿Qué tienes? ¿Tienes paciencia? ¿Tienes unos amigos? ¿Tienes muchos libros? ¿Tienes primos mayores?
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tener ¡Oye! Necesito  comer algo. ¡Yo también!  ¿Tienes dinero? No, no tengo.
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