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Tener in English

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tener Tener dinero. to have To have money.

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Sample sentences:
El plan inicial tuvo algunas alteraciones.

The initial plan had some alterations.
Las alondras tienen un canto hermoso. Larks have a beautiful song.
Las partículas alfa tienen carga eléctrica positiva. Alpha particles have a positive electric charge.
tener ganas to look forward; to be eager; to be willing
tener sentido to make sense; to be clear
no tener sentido to make no sense
tener sueño(1) to be tired
tener intereses to have steaks
tener sueño to be sleepy
tener ganas de look foward to
tener éxito to succeed
tener como objeto to target


He wants us to think about his poem to recognize the details because that is the only way of finding out more about the reality of life. With a lot of observation and analysis we see it in a clearer way.
Usually in a place with a homegenous society hatred towards foreigners can grow much more easy as a small disturbance to the homogenity may upset the entire society. People are not used to changes.
We booked a tour for the next two days, one on a boat and the other on foot. In one of the agencies we met a nice couple and decided to stay in touch with them and have dinner together.

Spanish VerbsPresentPast IIIFuture
Conjugation of tener
[tenido]
tengo  tienes  tiene  tenemos  tenéis  tienen  tenía  tenías  tenía  teníamos  teníais  tenían  tuve  tuviste  tuvo  tuvimos  tuvisteis  tuvieron  tendré  tendrás  tendrá  tendremos  tendréis  tendrán 
English Verbs    
Conjugation of have   [ had, had ]