These seem to have similar constructions for similar meanings (interim completion of an action that may continue). Is there a distinction between them I'm not getting?
Tener and Llevar + participle are very very similar. I would say that it is when we use "llevar" that we convey that "having got to a point expecting to continue". Tener + participle doesn't necessarily imply that but it depends on the specific sentence/context.
Sorry, I think in your answer you wrote llevar twice when one instance was supposed to be tener, but I'm not sure which.
Sorry, could you please clarify??
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