Just like in English, there are special ‘question words’ that pretty much always indicate a question when they start a sentence. In English, the primary such words are ‘What’, ‘Which’, ‘Who’, ‘Whose’, ‘How’, ‘Why’, ‘When’, and ‘Where’, in Spanish I believe the equivalents are ‘Qué’, ‘Cual’, ‘Quien’, ‘De quien’, ‘Como’, ‘Por qué’, ‘Cuándo’, and ‘Donde’.
Tengo is only used for yourself, I and tienes is used to someone your talking with, like "you".
I should be Yo tengo not Tú tengo
And it should be Tú tienes not yo tengo
Tengo means Have or (I) have
Tienes means (You) have.
Tip. Tengo is ONLY used for I and Tienes is Only used for you and Tiene is used for Ella or Él.
the conjugations in spanish are not like english where you put the infinitive verb after the subject, we have very specific conjugations for each subject, here's the listing of the verb to have/tener: Yo tengo, tu tienes/vos tenés, él ella tiene, nosotros tenemos, ustedes tienen/vosotros tenéis, and ellos ellas tienen
I find the women voice used often sounds jumbled, its not because of the speed she is speaking because even when i slow the spoken phrase down it sounds like she isnt sayinf tiene,it sounds more like fiene. And its other exercises her voice get jumbled. Same for the little boys voice