Tener in present progressive

Tener in present progressive DEFAULT

Spanish Verb Tener Conjugation

The Spanish verb tener, which means "to have" or "to possess," is one of the most irregular verbs in the language. This article includes tener conjugations in the indicative mood (present, past, future and conditional), the subjunctive mood (present and past), the imperative mood, and other verb forms like the gerund and past participle. Note that the verb stem changes in some conjugations, and others have completely irregular forms.

The only other verbs that follow the same conjugation pattern are verbs derived from tener such as detener, contener, abstener, obtener, sostener, and mantener.

Using the Verb Tener

The verb tener can be used in most contexts when you would say "to have" in English, with the meaning of "to possess" or "to own." However, tener is also part of some useful expressions. For example, just like in English, tener que + infinitive means "to have to," the phrase tengo que trabajar means "I have to work."

Other important uses of the verb are tener hambre (to be hungry), tener sed (to be thirsty), tener frío (to be cold), tener calor (to be hot), tener miedo (to be scared), and tener sueño (to be sleepy). While in English we often use the adjectives hungry, sleepy, etc., in Spanish those states of being are expressed by the verb tener followed by the noun. For example, Bajó la temperatura y ahora tengo mucho frío (The temperature dropped and now I am very cold).

Tener Present Indicative

In the present indicative tense, the first person singular conjugation of the verb tener is irregular, and other conjugations are stem-changing. This means that the e in the stem of the verb changes to ie when it is in a stressed syllable.

YotengoI haveYo tengo tres hermanas.
tienesYou haveTú tienes el pelo negro.
Usted/él/ellatieneYou/he/she hasElla tiene un día difícil.
NosotrostenemosWe haveNosotros tenemos frío durante el invierno.
VosotrostenéisYou haveVosotros tenéis que trabajar mucho.
Ustedes/ellos/ellastienenYou/they haveEllos tienen un buen trabajo.

Tener Preterite Indicative

The preterite tense conjugations of tener are irregular. The stem changes to tuv-.

YotuveI hadYo tuve tres hermanas.
tuvisteYou hadTú tuviste el pelo negro.
Usted/él/ellatuvoYou/he/she hadElla tuvo un día difícil.
NosotrostuvimosWe hadNosotros tuvimos frío durante el invierno.
VosotrostuvisteisYou hadVosotros tuvisteis que trabajar mucho.
Ustedes/ellos/ellastuvieronYou/they hadEllos tuvieron un buen trabajo.

Tener Imperfect Indicative

The imperfect tense conjugation of tener is regular. This tense can be translated as "was having" or "used to have."

YoteníaI used to haveYou tenía tres hermanas.
teníasYou used to haveTú tenías el pelo negro.
Usted/él/ellateníaYou/he/she used to haveElla tenía un día difícil.
NosotrosteníamosWe used to haveNosotros teníamos frío durante el invierno.
VosotrosteníaisYou used to haveVosotros teníais que trabajar mucho.
Ustedes/ellos/ellasteníanYou/they used to haveEllos tenían un buen trabajo.

Tener Future Indicative

The future tense of the verb tener is irregular. Start with the stem tendr- and add the future tense endings (é, ás, á, emos, éis, án).

YotendréI will haveYo tendré tres hermanas.
tendrásYou will haveTú tendrás el pelo negro.
Usted/él/ellatendráYou/he/she will haveElla tendrá un día difícil. 
NosotrostendremosWe will haveNosotros tendremos frío durante el invierno.
VosotrostendréisYou will haveVosotros tendréis que trabajar mucho.
Ustedes/ellos/ellastendránYou/they will haveEllos tendrán un buen trabajo.

Tener Periphrastic Future Indicative 

To conjugate the periphrastic future you need three components: the present indicative conjugation of the verb ir (to go), the preposition a, and the infinitive tener.

Yovoy a tenerI am going to haveYo voy a tener tres hermanas.
vas a tenerYou are going to haveTú vas a tener el pelo negro.
Usted/él/ellava a tenerYou/he/she is going to haveElla va a tener un día difícil.
Nosotrosvamosa tenerWe are going to haveNosotros vamos a tener frío durante el invierno.
Vosotrosvais a tenerYou are going to haveVosotros vais a tener que trabajar mucho.
Ustedes/ellos/ellasvan a tenerYou/they are going to haveEllos van a tener un buen trabajo.

Tener Present Progressive/Gerund Form

The gerund or present participle for the verb tener is formed regularly, with the stem of the verb and the ending -iendo (for -er and -ir verbs). It can be used to form progressive tenses like the present progressive.

Present Progressive of Tenerestá teniendoShe is havingElla está teniendo un día difícil.

Tener Past Participle

The past participle can be used to form perfect tenses, such as the present perfect. The present perfect is formed with the auxiliary verb haber and the past participle tenido.

Present Perfect of Tenerha tenidoShe has hadElla ha tenido un día difícil.

Tener Conditional Indicative

The conditional tense is usually translated to English as "would + verb." Just like in the future tense, the verb tener is irregular and uses the stem tendr-.

YotendríaI would haveYo tendría tres hermanas si pudiera escoger.
tendríasYou would haveTú tendrías el pelo negro si no te lo tiñeras.
Usted/él/ellatendríaYou/he/she would haveElla tendría un día difícil si no le ayudaras.
NosotrostendríamosWe would haveNosotros tendríamos frío durante el invierno, pero tenemos un buen abrigo.
VosotrostendríaisYou would haveVosotros tendríais que trabajar mucho si trabajarais en esa empresa.
Ustedes/ellos/ellastendríanYou/they would haveEllos tendrían un buen trabajo si fueran más responsables.

Tener Present Subjunctive

The present subjunctive is formed with the present indicative conjugation. Since the yo conjugation for tener is irregular (tengo), then the present subjunctive conjugations are also irregular.

Que yotengaThat I haveEs una suerte que yo tenga tres hermanas.
Que tútengasThat you haveA tu novio le gusta que tú tengas el pelo negro.
Que usted/él/ellatengaThat you/he/she haveSu enemigo quiere que ella tenga un día difícil. 
Que nosotrostengamosThat we haveMamá espera que nosotros no tengamos frío durante el invierno.
Que vosotrostengáisThat you haveEl jefe no quiere que vosotros tengáis que trabajar mucho.
Que ustedes/ellos/ellastenganThat you/they haveLa profesora quiere que ellos tengan un buen trabajo.

Tener Imperfect Subjunctive

There are two options for conjugating the imperfect subjunctive, both considered correct.

Option 1

Que yotuvieraThat I hadEra una suerte que yo tuviera tres hermanas.
Que tútuvierasThat you hadA tu novio le gustaba que tú tuvieras el pelo negro.
Que usted/él/ellatuvieraThat you/he/she hadSu enemigo quería que ella tuviera un día difícil. 
Que nosotrostuviéramosThat we hadMamá esperaba que nosotros no tuviéramos frío durante el invierno.
Que vosotrostuvieraisThat you hadEl jefe no quería que vosotros tuvierais que trabajar mucho.
Que ustedes/ellos/ellastuvieranThat you/they hadLa profesora quería que ellos tuvieran un buen trabajo.

Option 2

Que yotuvieseThat I hadEra una suerte que yo tuviese tres hermanas.
Que tútuviesesThat you hadA tu novio le gustaba que tú tuvieses el pelo negro.
Que usted/él/ellatuvieseThat you/he/she hadSu enemigo quería que ella tuviese un día difícil. 
Que nosotrostuviésemosThat we hadMamá esperaba que nosotros no tuviésemos frío durante el invierno.
Que vosotrostuvieseisThat you hadEl jefe no quería que vosotros tuvieseis que trabajar mucho.
Que ustedes/ellos/ellastuviesenThat you/they hadLa profesora quería que ellos tuviesen un buen trabajo.

Tener Imperative

To give direct orders or commands you need the imperative mood. It is not too common to use commands with the verb tener, except to tell someone to have a good day, to be patient, to be careful, etc. Even more rare is to use these commands in the negative form.

The examples in the tables below are different than the examples in the rest of the article in order to reflect more realistic uses of tener commands.

Positive Commands

tenHave!¡Ten paciencia!
UstedtengaHave!¡Tenga un buen día!
NosotrostengamosLet's have!¡Tengamos cuidado en la carretera!
VosotrostenedHave!¡Tened calma con el trabajo!
UstedestenganHave!¡Tengan fe de que todo saldrá bien!

Negative Commands

no tengasDon't have!¡No tengas paciencia!
Ustedno tengaDon't have!¡No tenga un buen día!
Nosotrosno tengamosLet's not have!¡No tengamos cuidado en la carretera!
Vosotrosno tengáisDon't have!¡No tengáis calma con el trabajo!
Ustedesno tenganDon't have!¡No tengan fe de que todo saldrá bien!

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En Bizagi, un usuario puede tener uno o más roles.

In Bizagi, a user can have one or more roles.

El coeficiente puede tener un valor de 1 a 500.

The coefficient can have a value of 1 to 500.

En Bizagi, un usuario puede tener uno o más trabajos.

In Bizagi, a user can have one or more jobs.

En Bizagi, un usuario puede tener una o más posiciones.

In Bizagi, a user can have one or more positions.

En Bizagi, un usuario puede tener una o más habilidades.

In Bizagi, a user can have one or more skills.

Para ganar, uno debe tener una buena observación y reacción.

To win, one must have a good observation and reaction.

Gracias a su columna, la mesa puede tener tres alturas.

Thanks to its column, the table can have three heights.

Su hijo puede tener uno o más de estos quistes.

Your child may have one or more of these cysts.

Otros pueden tener 15 o más crisis en un año.

Others may have 15 or more crises in a year.

Para vender su producto o servicio, usted debe tener clientes.

To sell your product or service, you must have customers.

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“Tener” conjugation in Spanish – "all we have is words" neon

In this lesson, you will learn all there is to know about conjugating tener. You’ll also learn how to use the verb phrase tener que in Spanish and will discover the different meanings of this Spanish verb. Ready? Let’s dive into it!

Tener in Spanish

Tener in English is either tohave or tobe. It is translated as to have when it means “to possess” in Spanish. For example, “Yo tengo una casa” is “I have a house” in English.

In the following expressions, tener means to be:

tener calorto be hot
tener celosto be jealous
tener cuidadoto be careful
tener fríoto be cold
tener razónto be right
tener sedto be thirsty
tener hambreto be hungry
tener verguenzato be ashamed

How to Conjugate Tener in Spanish

Below you’ll find the proper conjugation of tener. We used the current verb conjugation reference of tener provided by the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE). Since they only include simple Spanish tenses in their reference because of space limitations, we have added the conjugations of both simple and compound Spanish tenses in this guide.

Spanish Verbals of Tener

Infinitivetener
Gerundteniendo
Participletenido

Indicative Mood

I’ll give you a tip to help you always conjugate the tener preterite right! Do you already know the preterite of estar? Then, just eliminate the first two letters (es) from all the forms of the estar preterite. For example, “yo estuve” becomes “yo tuve”. That’s it! Now you have the correctly conjugated preterite of tener.

Tiempos Simples – Simple Tenses

Presente – Present Tense Conjugation
yo tengoI have
tú tienes
vos tenés
(South American)
you have
él/ella/usted tienehe/she has
you (formal) have
nosotros/nosotras tenemoswe have
vosotros/vosotras tenéis
ustedes tienen
you (plural) have
ellos/ellas tienenthey have
Pretérito Imperfecto – Imperfect Tense Conjugation
yo teníaI had
tú tenías
vos tenías
(South American)
you had
él/ella/usted teníahe/she/you (formal) had
nosotros/nosotras teníamoswe had
vosotros/vosotras teníais
ustedes tenían
you (plural) had
ellos/ellas teníanthey had
Pretérito Perfecto – Preterite Tense Conjugation
yo tuveI had
tú tuviste
vos tuviste
(South American)
you had
él/ella/usted tuvohe/she/you (formal) had
nosotros/nosotras tuvimoswe had
vosotros/vosotras tuvisteis
ustedes tuvieron
you (plural) had
ellos/ellas tuvieronthey had
Futuro – Future Tense Conjugation
yo tendréI will have
tú tendrás
vos tendrás
(South American)
you will have
él/ella/usted tendráhe/she/you (formal) will have
nosotros/nosotras tendremoswe will have
vosotros/vosotras tendréis
ustedes tendrán
you (plural) will have
ellos/ellas tendránthey will have
Condicional – Conditional Tense Conjugation
yo tendríaI would have
tú tendrías
vos tendrías
(South American)
you would have
él/ella/usted tendríahe/she/you (formal) would have
nosotros/nosotras tendríamoswe would have
vosotros/vosotras tendríais
ustedes tendrían
you (plural) would have
ellos/ellas tendránthey would have

Tiempos Compuestos – Compound Tenses

Pretérito Perfecto Compuesto – Preterite (Present) Perfect Tense Conjugation
yo he tenidoI have had
tú has tenido
vos has tenido
(South American)
you have had
él/ella/usted ha tenidohe/she has had
you (formal) have had
nosotros/nosotras hemos tenidowe have had
vosotros/vosotras habéis tenido
ustedes han tenido
you (plural) have had
ellos/ellas han tenidothey have had
Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto – Pluperfect Tense Conjugation
yo había tenidoI had had
tú habías tenido
vos habías tenido
(South American)
you had had
él/ella/usted había tenidohe/she/you (formal) had had
nosotros/nosotras habíamos tenidowe had had
vosotros/vosotras habíais tenido
ustedes habían tenido
you (plural) had had
ellos/ellas habían tenidothey had had
Pretérito Anterior – Preterite Perfect Tense Conjugation
yo hube tenidoI had had
tú hubiste tenido
vos hubiste tenido
(South American)
you had had
él/ella/usted hubo tenidohe/she/you (formal) had had
nosotros/nosotras hubimos tenidowe had had
vosotros/vosotras hubisteis tenido
ustedes 
hubieron tenido
you (plural) had had
ellos/ellas habían tenidothey had had
Futuro Compuesto – Future Perfect Tense Conjugation
yo habré tenidoI will have had
tú habrás tenido
vos habrás tenido
(South American)
you will have had
él/ella/usted habrá tenidohe/she/you (formal) will have had
nosotros/nosotras habremos tenidowe will have had
vosotros/vosotras habréis tenido
ustedes habrán tenido
you (plural) will have had
ellos/ellas habrán tenidothey will have had
Condicional Compuesto – Conditional Perfect Tense Conjugation
yo habría tenidoI would have had
tú habrías tenido
vos habrías tenido 
(South American)
you would have had
él/ella/usted habría tenidohe/she/you (formal) would have had
nosotros/nosotras habríamos tenidowe would have had
vosotros/vosotras habríais tenido
ustedes habrían tenido
you (plural) would have had
ellos/ellas habrían tenidothey would have had

Subjunctive Mood

Do you remember the tip I gave you about conjugating the tener preterite in the indicative mood? The same happens here! Eliminate the letters “es” from the estar preterite and you’ll get the preterite of tener. When conjugating in the subjunctive mood, “yo estuviera” becomes “yo tuviera”.

Tiempos Simples – Simple Tenses

Presente – Present Tense Conjugation
yo tengaI have
tú tengas
vos tengas
(South American)
you have
él/ella/usted tengahe/she has
you (formal) have
nosotros/nosotras tengamoswe have
vosotros/vosotras tengáis
ustedes tengan
you (plural) have
ellos/ellas tenganthey have
Pretérito Imperfecto – Imperfect Tense Conjugation
yo tuviera (or tuviese)I had
tú tuvieras (or tuvieses)
vos tuvieras (or tuvieses)
(South American)
you had
él/ella/usted tuviera (or tuviese)he/she/you (formal) had
nosotros/nosotras tuviéramos (or tuviésemos)we had
vosotros/vosotras tuvierais (or tuvieseis)
ustedes tuvieran (or tuviesen)
you (plural) had
ellos/ellas tuvieran (or tuviesen)they had
Futuro – Future Tense Conjugation
  • yo tuviere
  • tú tuvieres
  • vos tuvieres
  • él/ella/usted tuviere
  • nosotros/nosotras tuviéremos
  • vosotros/vosotras tuviereis
  • ustedes tuvieren
  • ellos/ellas tuvieren

(no direct English translation)

Tiempos Compuestos – Compound Tenses

Pretérito Perfecto Compuesto – Preterite (Present) Perfect Tense Conjugation
yo haya tenidoI have had
tú hayas tenido
vos hayas tenido
(South American)
you have had
él/ella/usted haya tenidohe/she has had
you (formal) have had
nosotros/nosotras hayamos tenidowe have had
vosotros/vosotras hayáis tenido
ustedes hayan tenido
you (plural) have had
ellos/ellas hayan tenidothey have had
Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto – Pluperfect Tense Conjugation
yo hubiera (or hubiese) tenidoI had had
tú hubieras (or hubieses) tenido
vos hubieras (or hubieses) tenido
(South American)
you had had
él/ella/usted hubiera (or hubiese) tenidohe/she/you (formal) had had
nosotros/nosotras hubiéramos (or hubiésemos) tenidowe had had
vosotros/vosotras hubierais (or hubieseis) tenido
ustedes hubieran (or hubiesen) tenid
you (plural) had had
ellos/ellas hubieran (or hubiesen) tenidothey had had
Futuro Compuesto – Future Perfect Tense Conjugation
  • yo hubiere tenido
  • tú hubieres tenido
  • vos hubieres tenido
  • él/ella/usted hubiere tenido
  • nosotros/nosotras hubiéremos tenido
  • vosotros/vosotras hubiereis tenido
  • ustedes hubieren tenido
  • ellos/ellas hubieren tenido

(no direct English translation)

Imperative Mood

Many people include all kinds of wrong verb forms in this category. However, the only accepted verb forms of the tener imperative are the following:

tú ten
vos tené 
(South American)
usted tenga (formal)
you have
vosotros/vosotras tened
ustedes tengan
you (plural) have

Tener Conjugation Practice

Do you what’s better than reading about the conjugation of tener? It’s acquiring it. If you acquire new vocabulary, you learn it subconsciously as a result of meaningful interaction with the target language.

Here’s a quick warm-up:

1. ¡Mis vecinos __________ un perro muy bonito!

  • tengo
  • tienes
  • tenemos
  • tienen

2. Ayer yo __________ una gripe muy fuerte.

  • tuve
  • tuviste
  • tuvimos
  • tuvieron

3. Nosotros __________ mucha sed.

  • tengo
  • tienes
  • tiene
  • tenemos

4. Tú __________ el pelo muy largo.

  • tengo
  • tienes
  • tiene
  • tienen

5. Ustedes __________ un carro muy rápido.

  • tengo
  • tienes
  • tenemos
  • tienen

Answers: 1. tienen; 2. tuve; 3. tenemos; 4. tienes; 5. tienen

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Common Questions About Tener

1. When is tener used in Spanish?

In Spanish, tener is used to indicate possession. For example, “yo tengo un carro” means “I have a car” in English. Tener is also used in many idiomatic expressions. One of them is “tener sed”, which means “to be thirsty”.

2. What is the meaning of tener que?

At times, tener is used with the Spanish preposition que and an infinitive (infinitives are verbs that end in “ar”, “er”, or “ir” in Spanish). The verb phrase “tener que” means “have to” in English, and it expresses obligation. For example, “tienes que hacerlo” means “you have to do it”.

3. Is tener a stem changing verb?

Yes! Tener is a stem changing verb. The stem of tener is ten. We get the stem of Spanish verbs by eliminating the endings “ar”, “er” or “ir”. At times, the stem ten changes to tien or tuv.


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Spanish Verb tener: to have, to hold is tener

The Spanish for have, hold is the irregular Spanish verbtener.
Imagine the TENOR HOLDS a TENNER! (*tenner = English ten pound note.)

Tener is an irregular -IR verb, and one of the ten most important verbs in Spanish. It has a few quirky conjugations - like most of the important verbs. Words conjugated the same way are: abstener, contener, detener, entretener, mantener, obtener, retener, sostener.Tener has so many different uses. It is used to:
  • indicate possession, ownership
  • construct many idiomatic expressions
  • show obligation (I need to ... I must... = tener que)
  • express how old you are... ( more below ...)
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Imagine the TENOR HOLDS a TENNER
VERB CONJUGATION TABLE tener
Simple Tenses - Spanish Verb tener
TENSE
yo
él, ella, usted
nosotros
vosotros
ellos, ellas, ustedes
Present
Presente

have, hold
tengotienestienetenemostenéistienen
Imperfect
Imperfecto

had, held
teníateníastenía teníamosteníaistenían
Preterit
Pretérito

had, held
tuve tuviste tuvo tuvimos tuvisteistuvieron
Future
Futuro

will have, hold
tendrétendrástendrátendremostendréistendrán
Conditional
Condicional

would have, hold
tendríatendríastendríatendríamostendríaistendrían
Subjunctive
Subjuntivo

may have, hold
tengatengastenga tengamos tengáistengan
Imperfect Subjunctive
Imperfecto de Subjuntivo

may have, hold
tuvieratuvierastuvieratuvieramostuvieráistuvieran
tuviese tuviesestuviesetuviésemostuvieséistuviesen
Imperatives   Spanish Verb tener
Imperative
Imperativo

have! hold!
ten!tenga!tengamos!tened!tengan!
Negative Imperative
Imperativo Negativo

don't have, hold!
no tengas!no tenga!no tengamos!no tengáis!no tengan!
Compound Tenses of the Spanish Verb tener  Past Participle: tenido
Present Perfect
Perfecto de Indicativo

have had, held
he tenidohas tenidoha tenidohemos tenidohabéis tenidohan tenido
Preterit Perfect
Pretérito Anterior

had had, held
hube tenidohubiste tenidohubo tenidohubimos tenidohubisteis tenidohubieron tenido
Past Perfect
Pluscuamperfecto

had had, held
había tenidohabías tenidohabía tenidohabíamos tenidohabíais tenidohabían tenido
Present Perfect Subjunctive
Presente perfecto

have had, held
haya tenidohayas tenidohaya tenidohayamos tenidohayáis tenidohayan tenido
Future Perfect
Futuro Perfecto

will have had, held
habré tenidohabrás tenidohabrá tenidohabremos tenidohabréis tenidohabrán tenido
Conditional Perfect
Condicional Perfecto

would have had, held
habría tenidohabrías tenidohabría tenidohabríamos tenidohabríais tenidohabrían tenido
Pluperfect
Pluscuamperfecto

may have had, held
hubiera tenidohubieras tenidohubiera tenidohubiéramos tenidohubierais tenidohubieran tenido
hubiese tenidohubieses tenidohubiese tenidohubiésemos tenidohubieseis tenidohubiesen tenido
Progressive Tenses tener  Present Participle: teniendo
Present Progressive
Presente Progressivo

am having, holding
estoy teniendoestás teniendoestá teniendoestamos teniendoestá teniendoestán teniendo
Preterit Progressive
Pretérito

was having, holding
estuve teniendoestuviste teniendoestuvo teniendoestuvimos teniendoestuvisteis teniendoestuvieron teniendo
Imperfect Progressive
Imperfecto

had been holding
estaba teniendoestabas teniendoestaba teniendoestábamos teniendoestabais teniendoestaban teniendo
Future Progressive
Futuro Perfecto

will be holding
estaré teniendoestarás teniendoestará teniendoestaremos teniendoestaréis teniendoestarán teniendo
Conditional Progressive
Condicional perfecto

would have been holding
estaría teniendoestarías teniendoestabría teniendoestaríamos teniendoestaríais teniendoestarían teniendo
Subjunctive Progressive
Subjuntivo

may have been holding
que ~ teniendoque ~ teniendoque ~ teniendoque ~ teniendoque ~ teniendoque ~ teniendo
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Spanish verb tenerAquí tiene!: Here you are! (giving something to someone)
Tenemos carne. : We have meat.
Tienes mucho de tu madre.: You look like your mother.

Spanish for have =tener¿Cuantos años tienes? How old are you?
Tengo treinta años. : I am thirty (years old) - lit. I have 30 years.
Tengo hambre. : I am hungry - literally, I have hunger.

Spanish for have =tenerTener que : To have to; must
Tengo que ir / trabajar! I must go/work!
Tiene cosas que hacer.: You (formal) have things to do.

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  • Learn to conjugate tener and reinforce the pattern.
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  • Repeating these tables aloud 10 times throughout the day will better embed the patterns into your subconscious, and your long term memory.
  • Reciting aloud is a great way for you to practice your pronunciation, and helps you to memorize the conjugations.

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Tener conjugation



Tener is one of the most common verbs used in Spanish conversation. It can be translated as "to have" in English. In this lesson, we will show you a list of tener conjugation. Let's learn how to conjugate the verb "tener" in different tenses and context.

How to conjugative tener

Present Participle: teniendo

Past Participle: tenido

Tener conjugation - INDICATIVE

SubjectPresent (have/has)Preterite (had)  ImperfectConditionalFuture (will have)
Yo (I)tengotuveteníatendríatendré
Tú (You) tienestuvisteteníastendríastendrás
Él/Ella/Ud. (He/She)tienetuvoteníatendríatendrá
Nosotros (We)tenemostuvimosteníamostendríamostendremos
Vosotros (You all)tenéistuvisteisteníaistendríaistendréis
Ellos/Ellas/Uds. (They)tienentuvieronteníantendríantendrán

 

Tener conjugation in Spanish


Tener conjugation in present tense

Tener conjugation - SUBJUNCTIVE

SubjectPresent Imperfect Imperfect 2 Future
yotengatuvieratuviesetuviere
tengastuvierastuviesestuvieres
él/ella/Ud.tengatuvieratuviesetuviere
nosotrostengamostuviéramostuviésemostuviéremos
vosotrostengáistuvieraistuvieseistuviereis
ellos/ellas/Uds.tengantuvierantuviesentuvieren

IMPERATIVE

 Affirmative Imperative (Have!)Negative Commands (Don't have!)
yo--
tenno tengas
Ud.tengano tenga
nosotrostengamosno tengamos
vosotrostenedno tengáis
Uds.tenganno tengan

Tener conjugation - CONTINUOUS (PROGRESSIVE)

Subject

Present

(am/is/are having)

Preterite

(was/were having)  

Imperfect

(was/were having)

Conditional

(would be having)

Future

(will have)

yoestoy teniendoestuve teniendoestaba teniendoestaría teniendoestaré teniendo
estás teniendoestuviste teniendoestabas teniendoestarías teniendoestarás teniendo
él/ella/Ud.está teniendo

estuvo teniendoestaba teniendoestaría teniendoestará teniendo
nosotrosestamos teniendoestuvimos teniendoestábamos teniendoestaríamos teniendoestaremos teniendo
vosotrosestáis teniendoestuvisteis teniendoestabais teniendoestaríais teniendoestaréis teniendo
ellos/ellas/Uds.están teniendoestuvieron teniendoestaban teniendoestarían teniendoestarán teniendo

Tener conjugation - PERFECT

Subject

Present

(have/has had)

Preterite (had had)  Imperfect

Conditional

(would have had)

Future

(will have had)

yohe tenidohube tenidohabía tenidohabría tenidohabré tenido
has tenidohubiste tenidohabías tenidohabrías tenidohabrás tenido
él/ella/Ud.ha tenidohubo tenidohabía tenidohabría tenidohabrá tenido
nosotros hemos tenidohubimos tenidohabíamos tenidohabríamos tenidohabremos tenido
vosotros habéis tenidohubisteis tenidohabíais tenidohabríais tenidohabréis tenido
ellos/ellas/Uds. han tenidohubieron tenidohabían tenidohabrían tenidohabrán tenido

 

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How and When to use Tener in Spanish?

"Tener" means "to have" or "to be" in English.

1. Tener is used when you want to indicate possession or when you have something. 

Yo tengo un carro - I have a car.

Tú tienes dos hijos - You have two children.

2. Tener is you to indicate necessity/obligation or to express that you have to do something.

To say you have to do something, place "que" after tener.

Ellos tienen que estudiar para el examen - They have to study for the test.

Yo tengo que investigar la situación - I have to investigate the situation.

Tienes que hacerlo - You have to do it.

3. "Tener" also means "to be" in English. It can be used to express age, basic needs, physical conditions, and some mental states. 

tener calor - to be hot

tener cuidado - to be careful

tener sed - to be thirsty

tener ganas de - to feel like

tener hambre - to be hungry

tener tos - to have a cough

tener fiebre - to have fever

tener sueño - to be sleepy

tener dolor de cabeza - to have a headache

tener cansancio - to be tired

tener X años - to be X years old

tener celos - to be jealous

Examples:

Mi abuela tiene 85 años - My grandmother is 85 years old.

No he tomado agua todo el día. ¡Tengo mucha sed! - I haven’t drank water the whole day. I’m so thirsty

¿Por qué me miras así? ¿Acaso tienes celos? - Why are you looking at me like that? Are you jealous?

Ustedes tienen sueño porque han dormido poco - You are sleepy because you have not slept much.

Tener is an irregular verb and it doesn't follow the regular rules for conjugations. We hope this lesson will help you know how to conjugate the verb tener in all tenses and use it appropriately in expressions.

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What is the present tense of tener?

The verb tener (conjugation) means "to have". It is irregular in the present tense. The ending er changes to go in the (yo) form (first person singular). Also, e changes to ie in the tú, Ud., and Uds.

What are all the forms of tener?

The yo form of tener is tengo. tengo, tuve, tendré, tenía, tendría, tenga, tuviere, and tuviera are all The yo form of tener and believe it or not, there's more.

How do you use the present progressive tense?

In English, the present progressive tense is formed by using a conjugated form of the verb to be followed by a verb ending in ing. In Spanish, the present progressive tense if formed similarly, with the verb estar followed by a present participle with endings that differ based on the spelling of the verb stem.

What is the tu form of tener?

The yo form of tener is tengo. If this is wanted also, the informal tu (you) form is tienes, the informal se (she or he) form is tiene, the informal 'they' form is tienen.

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Spanish Verb Conjugation - tener  



Spanish Verb Conjugation
Spanish Verb:tener    
English Translation:
to have (preterite: to get, to receive)



Notes:tener is an irregular verbin the present, echanges to ie, in the preterite, tuv-, in the future and condicional, tendr-, in the imperative, ten.   Irregular forms are in

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Indicative

  inglés yo él/ella/usted nosotros/-as vosotros/-as ellos/ellas/ustedes
PresentI have, am having tengo tienes tiene tenemos tenéis tienen
Present PerfectI have had he tenido has tenido ha tenido hemos tenido habéis tenido han tenido
ImperfectI was having, used to have, had tenía tenías tenía teníamos teníais tenían
PreteriteI had tuve tuviste tuvo tuvimos tuvisteis tuvieron
Past Perfect - PluperfectI had had había tenido habías tenido había tenido habíamos tenido habíais tenido habían tenido FutureI will have tendré tendrás tendrá tendremos tendréis tendrán Future PerfectI will have had habré tenido habrás tenido habrá tenido habremos tenido habréis tenido habrán tenido ConditionalI would have tendría tendrías tendría tendríamos tendríais tendrían Conditional PerfectI would have had habría tenido habrías tenido habría tenido habríamos tenido habríais tenido habrían tenido Preterite PerfectI had had hube tenido hubiste tenido hubo tenido hubimos tenido hubisteis tenido hubieron tenido

Subjunctive

  inglés yo él/ella/usted nosotros/-as vosotros/-as ellos/ellas/ustedes
PresentI have, am having tenga tengas tenga tengamos tengáis tengan
Present PerfectI have had, had haya tenido hayas tenido haya tenido hayamos tenido hayáis tenido hayan tenido ImperfectI had, was having tuviera

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tuviese tuvieras

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tuvieses tuviera

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tuviese tuviéramos

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tuviésemos tuvierais

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tuvieseis tuvieran

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tuviesen. Past Perfect - PluperfectI had had hubiera tenido

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hubiese tenido hubieras tenido

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hubieses tenido hubiera tenido

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hubiese tenido hubiéramos tenido

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hubiésemostenido hubierais tenido

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hubieseis tenido hubieran tenido

OR

hubiesen tenido. FutureI will have tuviere tuvieres tuviere tuviéremos tuviereis tuvieren Future PerfectI will have had hubiere tenido hubieres tenido hubiere tenido hubiéremos tenido hubiereis tenido hubieren tenido

Imperative

  inglés yo él/ella/usted nosotros/-as vosotros/-as ellos/ellas/ustedes
Affirmative ImperativeHave!  ten tenga tengamos tened tengan
Negative CommandsDon't have!  no tengas no tenga no tengamos no tengáis no tengan Past Participlehad tenido


Translated sentences containing 'tener'

¿Tienen ustedes condominios?

Do you have condominiums?

¿Tiene una bolsa?

Do you have a purse?

¿Cuántos años tienes?

How old are you?

tener la piel clara

to have fair skin

Tengo dos hijos.

I have two children.

tener dolor de muelas

to have a toothache

Tener buena salud es necesario.

It's necessary to be in good health.

¿Tiene un apodo?

Does he/she have a nickname?

¿Qué edad tiene?

How old is he/she?

Tengo veintisiete años.

I am 27 years old.

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