Spanish lesson #161: In our previous class we learned how to conjugate the Spanish verb TENER (to have). This verb can also function as a modal verb: TENER QUE (to have to). Today we’ll see sentences using TENER.
More video-lesson on verb TENER:
Lesson 009 – Verbs HABER and TENER
Lesson 077 – Verb TENER (to have) in Past Present Future
Lesson 078 – Verb TENER (to have) in Past Present Future – Sentences
Lesson 094 – Phrase of the day: Tener la culpa (to be to blame)
Lesson 119 – Tener que/Hay que (smbdy has to/one has to) – Videos 1 and 2
Lesson 160 – Spanish verb TENER (to have)
Lesson 283 – Spanish verb HABER and Spanish verb TENER
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