tiene and llaver
Can anyone tell me what the difference is '
The difference? The question is "What do they have in common'" (apart from the fact that both have the letter E in them)
Anyway, I agree with Daniel.
Also, it could have been "llover" (to rain).
Do you mean "llevar" ?
llevar: to get, to carry, to wear, to take .... from the top of my head.
tiene: (he/she/it/you formal) have, -- this is a conjugation of "tener"
Check the dictionary on this site. Also wait for a more competent response from someone more knowledgeable.