tienes que correr
Does the 'que' in this sentence just mean to? You have to run? I wasn't aware that 'que' could mean to Thanks
Tener = to have
Tener + que = to have to (do something)
Therefore, tienes que + correr = you have to run
I hope that this helps!
You could also say the following:
Tengo que salir = I have to leave
Tengo que comer = I have to eat
Like Pajaro44 said, tener que is a phrase that means to have to. You can't translate it literally word for word. Haber que is another one, and it means something like to be required to - Hay que means one must or it is required to.