I am confused about article use. Many times the article has not been in the English, but it is in the Spanish. I wrote, "Tienen las llaves"....I'm just wondering if there is a rule, or if we exactly translate. Thanks
Same question I have. I wrote the article "las" in front of llaves and was wrong. I thought you always needed it.
LAS llaves is appropriate, right?
Why is "Ellos han llaves" wrong? is there a difference between ellos han and ellos
'han' is only a helping verb, as in "they have run away"
thanks that will be useful
han is from the verb haber, tener is to have (possesion)
Couldn't you use ustedes here also? Ustedes tienen llaves.
No, because you have "they" in the sentence. If there was "you" in plural, then you could use "ustedes". In this case, it goes "Ellos/Ellas".