Introduction to ¿Tienes una clase por la noche?

In this section, you’ll be introduced to a really important verb: tener. As with so many of the really useful verbs, tener has an irregular conjugation.  But you just have to (tienes que) learn it, because without tener, you can’t have anything. And as they say: “Bueno es tener, para no haber menester.” (Literally: “It’s good to have, so as not to lack,” or “better something than nothing.”)


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