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Two spanish questions! I get everything but these two! Correct this sentence: Yo tener un amigo. Yo tener dos amigos. Yo tengo un amigo. Yo tienes un amigo. Yo tiene un amigo. Correct this sentence: Nosotros soy altos. Nosotros soy altas. Nosotros es altos. Nosotros somos altos. Nosotros eres altos. I'm not a cheat, but I just can't get this! If someone could explain please?

MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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You are conjugating, and no it is not easy. For 1, yo tengo. When you use yo, add an o to the end. And for 2, Nosotros somos, think nos(otros) backwards but with an m.
yo tengo un amigo nosotros somos altos
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Yo tengo un amigo. (I have a friend.) Nosotros somos altos. (We are tall.)

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