Realidades 2 Tener, Poner, Hacer, Salir, and Venir The Verb TENER The verb TENER, which means “to have” follows the pattern of other -er verbs. However, it has an irregular yo form and is stemchanging. The Verb TENER You must memorize verbs with irregularities and stem-changes. The Verb TENER Here is the verb “To Have” in English. TO HAVE I have we have you have you all have he she it they have has TENER yo tengo nosotros tenemos tú tienes vosotros tenéis tiene ellos ellas Uds. tienen él ella Ud. Other Uses of TENER As you know, TENER is sometimes used where in English we use a form of the verb “to be”: Other Uses of TENER Tener sed. (To be thirsty) Tener hambre. (To be hungry) Tener ____ años (To be ____ years old.) Tener miedo. (To be afraid) Poner, Hacer, Salir, Venir Other verbs that are similar to tener are poner, hacer, salir, and venir. PONER, HACER, SAlIR, VENIR Here we will learn the present tense forms of: HACER (to do, to make) PONER (to put, to place) SALIR (to leave) VENIR (to come) PONER, HACER PONER and HACER are regular -er verbs in the present tense except for their yo forms: (yo) pongo (yo) hago HACER (present) yo hago nosotros hacemos tú haces vosotros hacéis hace ellos ellas Uds. hacen él ella Ud. PONER (present) yo pongo nosotros ponemos tú pones vosotros ponéis pone ellos ellas Uds. ponen él ella Ud. SALIR Salir is a regular verb in the present tense except for the yo form. (yo) salgo Salir: To leave yo salgo nosotros salimos tú sales vosotros salís sale ellos ellas Uds. salen él ella Ud. The verb VENIR The verb VENIR, which means “to come” follows the pattern of other -ir verbs. However, it has an irregular yo form and is stemchanging. The Verb VENIR yo vengo nosotros venimos tú vienes vosotros venis viene ellos ellas Uds. vienen él ella Ud.