"Yo tengo una bicicleta."
Translation:I have a bicycle.
Tengo = I have
Tienes = You have
Tiene = He / she / usted has
I fixed it! Otherwise my post made no sense.
He = Él She = Ella Usted = You (formal)
All three of the above use the same form of verb.
FULL DISCLOSURE: Native English speaker - US, Southern Appalachian dialect. Other uses of English may vary. Advice about Spanish should be taken with a grain of salt.
I can't quite tell how she is pronouncing bicicleta.. Is the "b" pronounced with a "b" sound like "boy" or a "v" sound like "vincent"?
Yo tengo una bicicleta= i have a bycicle is my translation , you tell me its incorrect please fix the problem i cantbeven skipnthe answer