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Which relative pronoun do I need here, and why?

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My spanish teacher says that I need to add a relative pronoun into the below sentence, between tuvieron and manejar...However, I have no idea which one to put in, and why I would need one there.

"Mike y sus amigos tuvieron manejar doce horas para llegar allí."

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updated SEP 9, 2009
posted by brianiskewl
Mike y sus amigos tuvieron que manejar doce horas para llegar allí - RicardoP, SEP 9, 2009

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"Mike y sus amigos tuvieron que manejar doce horas para llegar allí."

If that is what your teacher said, she/he has no clue of grammar. Que is not a relative pronoun here.

Tener que = to have to

We do not do homework here (you must give your own attempt first) but I understand that that was impossible to understand here.

updated SEP 9, 2009
posted by 00494d19
"que" in this case, is, if anything, a "subordinating conjunction". - samdie, SEP 9, 2009
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