Do i have to say yo? Or can i just say tengo?
Tengo is fine
The sentence is "i have a grandfarher" can that also mean " mwhahahaha!i just stole a grandad from the old folks home!" :-)
The yo isn't necessary though
You don't have to say "yo"
I think ALL have to say "YO"
Is "un" the masculine form of "a", and "una" feminine form?
When do you use tengo and when do you use tienes?
Tengo = I have,
Tu tienes = you have
Ending is O = i have
Ending is Es = you have
Ending is E= he has
One of my options was "please a grandma"
Why isn't it, "Yo tiene un abuelo"?
"Tiene" is "has".
If you were to use "tiene" in this sentence, it would be "I has a grandfather."
Thank you, LagoDae, that just made the penny drop like a manhole cover for me :)
Tengo is used when talking about yourself i think?
It is, you are correct
They don't accept Tengo, it only recognises Yo tengo....
If you call you granparents abuelo/a you must not be very close to then. I say abuelito and abuelita but apparently it's a typo to duolingo
when do u use un or una in your sentence
this una and un shit got me tripped out
Did you know that if you press the word and if its underlinded, you well get what it means. Always go for the top one btw.
Tengo un abuelo is nound to work for some but not others just say it all; yo tengo un aduelo
I thought un was if i was taking about a male and una was female
watashi wa grandfather desu
If you can say "Tengo novia" (I have a girlfriend) and leave the article (un/una) out, why doesn't Duolingo accept "Tengo abuelo?" Is it wrong, or is it just the darn computer?
Umm I got the answer right because when it showed the right answer
Would " yo tiene un abuelo" work as well?
My answer was correct
What is the difference between hablo and tengo?
Yo isn't necessary, but it keeps on thinking that it is
Can someone please explain to me when you don't have to put 'un' before a noun? In another lesson, it said it can be misconstrued as saying 'one'. Is it when you're talking about or to someone?
I got that right
Sometimes it says Yo is necessary and sometimes it says that just Tengo will suufice . What should I do!!?????
Tengo uno abuelo was wrong
Abuelo or abu
how come you can't say yo tiene un abuelo. I get confused between using tengo and tiene
In Spanish, tengo means "I have" and tiene means "he (or she or it) has". In English, we say "I have" and "he has", not "I has" and "he have". The same goes for Spanish. You don't say "yo tiene" in Spanish just as you don't say "I has" in English.