Spanish: Present Indicative of Verbs “tener and venir” - Explanation
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English: The conjugation of the verb “to have” in the present tense is:
Spanish: La conjugación del verbo “tener” en el tiempo presente es:
English: I have, you have, you have, he has, she has, we have, you have, you have, they have, they have.
Spanish: Yo tengo, tú tienes, usted tiene, él tiene, ella tiene, nosotros tenemos, vosotros tenéis, ustedes tienen, ellos tienen, ellas tienen.
English: The verb “to have” it’s used to express ownership, like in the following sentences:
Spanish: El verbo “tener” se usa para expresar posesión, como en las siguientes oraciones:
English: Carlos has a car. María has a bicycle.
Spanish: Carlos tiene un coche. María tiene una bicicleta.
English: We also use “to have” to express plans and schedules.
Spanish: También usamos “tener” para expresar planes u horarios.
English: María has math class at 2 in the afternoon.
Spanish: María tiene clase de matemáticas a las 2 de la tarde.
English: We can also use “to have” to express an abstract object.
Spanish: Podemos también usar “tener” para expresar un objeto abstracto.
English: Carlos has some problems at work.
Spanish: Carlos tiene algunos problemas en su trabajo.
English: Manuel has weird ideas.
Spanish: Manuel tiene ideas extrañas.
English: With the adverbial conjunction “que” and the verb “to have” we can express obligation or necessity. Let’s see two examples:
Spanish: Con la conjunción adverbial “que” y el verbo “tener” podemos expresar obligación o necesidad. Veamos dos ejemplos:
English: Carlos has to study for his exam tomorrow.
Spanish: Carlos tiene que estudiar para su examen mañana.
English: María has to see her doctor because she is not feeling well.
Spanish: María tiene que ver al médico porque no se siente bien.
English: The conjugation of the verb “to come” in the present time is:I come, you come, you come, he comes, she comes, we come, you come, you come, they come, they come.
Spanish: La conjugación del verbo “venir” en el tiempo presente es: Yo vengo, tú vienes, usted viene, él viene, ella viene, nosotros venimos, vosotros venís, ustedes vienen, ellos vienen, ellas vienen.
English: Let’s see a couple of examples with the verb “to come”
Spanish: Veamos un par de ejemplos con el verbo “venir”:
English: I come to my office every day.
Spanish: Vengo a mi oficina cada día.
English: María comes to visit me from time to time.
Spanish: María viene a visitarme de vez en cuando.
English: Well friends, now let’s practice!
Spanish: Bien amigos, ¡Ahora a practicar!
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