123 - TABLE 6 Conjugation Chart for the Verb T e ner(to...

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Tener  and  venir  are  e>ie  stem-changers that also have an irregular  yo  form. You may remember that  these two verbs were listed with the  -go  verbs under the  yo  irregulars. That is because the  yo  form of  each of these verbs ends in -  go;  the rest of the forms, however, follow the  e>ie  stem-changing  patterns. These verbs are very common, so be sure to learn the conjugation charts in Table 6
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Unformatted text preview: . TABLE 6 Conjugation Chart for the Verb T e ner (to Have) Subject Verb Subject Verb yo tengo nosotros/nosotras tenemos tú t ie nes vosotros/vosotras tenéis él t ie ne ellos t ie nen ella t ie ne ellas t ie nen usted t ie ne ustedes t ie nen...
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