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yo (comer)
como
comes
usted
come
él/ella
come
nosotros(as)
comemos
ustedes
comen
ellos/ellas
comen
yo (escribir)
escribo
escribes
usted
escribe
él/ella
escribe
nosotros(as)
escribimos
ustedes
escriben
ellos/ellas
escriben
tener
to have
yo (tener)
tengo
tienes
usted
tiene
él/ella
tiene
nosotros(as)
tenemos
ustedes
tienen
ellos/ellas
tienen
salir
to leave
yo
salgo
sales
usted
sale
él/ella
sale
nosotros(as)
salimos
ustedes
salen
ellos/ellas
salen
venir
to come
yo
vengo
vienes
usted
viene
él/ella
viene
nosotros(as)
venimos
ustedes
vienen
ellos/ellas
vienen
yo (hacer)
hago
tu
haces
usted
hace
él/ella
hace
nosotros
hacemos
ustedes
hacen
ello/ella
hacen
What verb can imply obligation?
tener
How can tener imply obligation?
When followed by an invinitive tener becomes tener que and implies obligation.
I have to organize my apartment.
Tengo que organizar mi apartamento.
When followed by an infinitive, what happens to salir and venir?
They become salir a and venir a.
I go running at 10:00.
Salgo a correr a las diez.
I come to study, and Eva comes to help me.
Yo vengo a estudiar, y Eva viene a ayudarme.