The verbs tener and venir in the present tense in Spanish

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The verbs tener and venir in the present tense

The verbs tener (to have) and venir (to come) are irregular and are conjugated like this in the present tense:


Yo tengo
T煤 tienes
脡l/ella/usted tiene
Nosotros/as tenemos
Vosotros/as ten茅is
Ellos/ellas/ustedes tienen


Yo vengo
T煤 vienes
脡l/ella/usted viene
Nosotros/as venimos
Vosotros/as ven铆s
Ellos/ellas/ustedes vienen

Tengo 106 a帽os.

I'm 106 years old.

Tengo dos entradas para la 贸pera, 驴vienes conmigo?

I have two tickets for the opera, are you coming with me?

Note: verbs ending in -tener (obtener, mantener, etc.) and -venir (convenir, prevenir, etc.) share this irregularity.

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