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InYourHead
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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Whenever we want to say that something has to be done, we conjugate tener, and then add "que" and an infinitive. Let me give you an example: "Yo tengo que hacer la tarea." It means "I have to do the homework." How about another example? "Tú tienes que hacer la tarea." It means "You have to do the homework." ~~~~~~~~ Do you understand now? Whenever we wanna say that we, or someone else, has to do something, we conjugate tener, add "que," and then just add the infinitive verb. Yo tengo que venir.  I have to come. Nosotros tenemos que jugar.  We have to play. Ella tiene que partir.  She has to leave.
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