" Yo tengo frio" is like saying " I am cold". When talking about temperature, instead of using "Yo soy" you use " Yo tengo". When you are describing yourself you use "Yo soy". For example, the sentence " I am very skinny" is describing a trait about yourself. This sentence in Spanish would be translated to "Yo soy muy delgado". When you are talking about possesion of something, you would say "I have this toy". This translated to Soanish would be " Yo tengo este juguete". The only time you use "Yo tengo" when you are not talking about something in your possesion, is when you are talking about your body temperature. Got it? ♡
Actually German also has a similarity with this. They say Ich habe Hunger for I am hungry....but their sentence literally translates to i have hunger. I think similar concept is being applied here. Yo tengo hambre literally translates to I have hunger. So we can remember like this I guess
My issue is not related directly to this question but came up with this one. I wish they would not have some cases where when you type the answer it doesn't automatically go into the answer box. This was one time it happened again. Sometimes when you begin to type, in fact, most times, it automatically goes into the answer space. Then seemingly without reason, on others you may start typing and not notice, say you are watching the keyboard, that it's not typing anything in the box. You have to click on the box with your cursor, then type again. Especially annoying when doing a timed practice. All I could notify them (in "Report Problem") was it was "another" problem, not be specific. If anyone has an "in" with the guys in charge, could you please point this out? Thanks.