Why telephone and not phone or cellphone?
What is different between 'tienes' and 'tengo'
Tienes means you have (informal) and tengo means I have .
Tengo is for yo ( i have)
Tienes is for tù (you have)
Imagine carrying around one of those big landline phones with you everywhere. That's the vibe this sentence gives me
I think we call them phones nowadays, not telephones.
Have you my phone? Is exactly the same as, do you have my phone? As for not accepting phone, Americans call it "My Cell" or my Mobile! So?
Why does it sat tienes un telefono and not tienes mi telefono i had to use memory to get it righy.
This is what I tell my siblings all the time XDXDXD
does it have the meaning of phone number too
No it is not stupid, phone is use in a verbal statement, telephone/ telephono is so we have it proper on paper.