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Subject pronoun Estar conjugation in present tener in present prog. tense
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Tener Conjugation: Present Progressive & Conditional Perfect
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Conjugating Tener in Present Tense
Tener is an irregular verb, which means its conjugations don’t follow a common pattern. Since we use this verb a lot in Spanish, it’s a good idea to practice the present tense conjugations so you can use them quickly.
Tener (pronounced teh-nehr, with a soft “r” at the end) means “to have”. In its simplest form, it is used to express possession and necessity. At other times it is often used in phrases where you would normally use the verb ‘to be~.