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Make a list of three things you have to do to get ready for the block party using tener que + infinitive.

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    This is pretty easy. You know what infinitive verbs are, right? They're verbs that end with the letter R, like HABLAR , COMER, and SALIR. In order to talk about something that we have to do, we go through 3 simple steps. 1. Conjugate the verb "tener," into the form that we want to say. 2. Add "que." 3. Add an infinitive verb. ~~~~~~~~ For example.... "Tengo que comer," means "I have to eat." That's because TENGO means "I have." "Tienes que comer," means "YOU have to eat." That's because TIENES means "you have." ~~~~~~~

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