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Tener

Idiomatic expressions with tener

TermDefinition
What is an idiom? An expression that cannot be immediately understood by analyzing its literal meaning. to be “on the go” to “play the field” to “jump the gun”
tener frío to be cold
tener calor to be hot
tener hambre to be hungry
tener sed to be thirsty
tener sueño to be sleepy
tener dolor de to hurt or to be sore
tener dolor de to be in a hurry
tener miedo a/de + noun to be afraid of something
tener miedo a/de + infinitive to be afraid to do something
tener celos to be jealous
tener confianza to be confiden
tener cuidado to be careful
tener vergüenza to be ashamed
tener razón to be right
tener éxito to be successful
tener la culpa to be guilty
tener suerte to be lucky
tener lugar to take place
tener ganas de to feel like
tener en cuenta to take into account
When using these idiomatic expressions, conjugate the _______ according to the subject of the sentence. verb
Because the expressions with tener use nouns, they are modified with ___________, not ___________. adjectives, adverbs
Created by: mtooner