How to Use "Tener que + infinitive"
"Tener que" is a phrase used to indicate that there is something that has to be done. This is a high frequency phrase that is worth mastering. One thing to keep in mind is that the verb "tener" (to have) is going to change according to the subject, or the person who "has to do" something. The action that needs to be done will always remain in the infinitive (a verb ending in -ar, -er, or -ir).
*vosotros is a form used in Spain.
Some Basic Questions
First, do the activity on the right-hand side. Then, listen to this audio clip to check your answers. Finally, play it again and repeat after me to practice your pronunciation.
Directions: Write the correct form of the "tener que" expression to complete the sentences. Include additional vocabulary whenever necessary.