"I have to learn more Spanish!"
Translation:¡Tengo que aprender más español!
Why "que"? I thought aprender was sufficient. With que you are saying "I have to to learn" no?
The expression of obligation in Spanish is tener que + Infinitivo. For instance "Tengo que trabajar" = "I have to work", "Tienes que comer menos" = "You have to eat less" or "No tiene que hablar tanto" = "He/She doesn't have to speak that much"
I'm still confused as to when 'que' follows a verb and before an infinitive.
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¡Tengo que estudiar! To say that you have to do something in Spanish, use tener + que.
¿Cuándo tienes que ir a la oficina? When do you have to go to the office?
Ana tiene que caminar a la escuela. Ana has to walk to school.