Usos del verbo "tener"

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Usos del verbo "tener"

The verb tener (to have) TENER is used to indicate:

  • Age:

Tengo 106 años.

I'm 106 years old.

  • Possession:

Ana tiene una casa en Buenos Aires.

Ana has a house in Buenos Aires.

  • Obligation (Tener que (To have to) + infinitive)):

Tienes que ir al médico.

You have to go to the doctor.

  • With another verb, to emphasize an action (tener (to have) + past participle))

Tenemos hechas las maletas.

We've got our bags packed.

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