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tener que

All the examples are in the present tense.     Can this work in other tenses also?

Asked 1 year ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Goo 

Yes, absolutely. It is all in the present tense in this lesson because it is an A1 lesson.

You can also say for example (still expressing obligation):

Ayer tuve que pagar una multa.

Yesterday I had to pay a fine.

Mañana tendremos que salir temprano.

Tomorrow we will have to leave early.

Hemos tenido que hablar con nuestro jefe.

We had to speak with our boss.

Saludos

Inma

tener que

All the examples are in the present tense.     Can this work in other tenses also?

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