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What is the subjunctive of tener?
|Subject Pronouns||Tener: Present Subjunctive||Translation|
|él/ella/usted||tenga||he/she has - you formal have|
|vosotros/as||tengáis||you all have|
|ellos/ellas/ustedes||tengan||they/you all formal have|
Keeping this in consideration, what are the conjugations of tener?
Conjugation of Tener
|él, ella, Ud.||tiene||ellos, ellas Uds.|
Beside above, how do you use tener? Tener (pronounced teh-nehr, with a soft 'r' at the end) means 'to have'. In its most basic form, it is used to express possession and necessity. At other times, it is used commonly in phrasing in which you'd normally use the verb 'to be~.
In this regard, what is the imperfect of tener?
In this lesson we have learned how to use the Spanish verb tener ('to have') in context in two of the past tenses: the preterite and the imperfect.
|Subject Pronouns||Tener Conjugation: Imperfect|
What are Tener expressions?
tener calor - to be hot. tener frío - to be cold. tener hambre - to be hungry. tener miedo - to be afraid. tener prisa - to be in a hurry.