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what is the difference between tener and tengo?

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Welcome to the forum!

"tener" is the infinitive form of the verb "to have".

"tengo" is the first person present tense indicative form of the verb "tener".

Here is a link to the page showing the conjugated forms of the verb "tener".

tener

In English,

I have you have he, she it has

In Spanish

yo tengo - I have tú tienes - you have el, ella, (third person or you formal) tiene

Some of the videos on this site will explain verb conjugation much better.

Lesson 1.4

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tener is the infinitive form, tengo is the first personal singular present indicative form

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