Presentation on theme: "Tener + hambre/sed. Tener expressions 1.To say you are hungry or thirsty in Spanish, you really say that you HAVE hunger or HAVE thirst. Conjugate TENER."— Presentation transcript:
Tener expressions 1.To say you are hungry or thirsty in Spanish, you really say that you HAVE hunger or HAVE thirst. Conjugate TENER for your subject, then add hambre for hunger, or sed for thirst.
TENER HAMBRE To be hungry (literally, to HAVE HUNGER) 1. Tengo hambre = I am hungry. 2. We are hungry=_______________ 3. Are you hungry?=_______________
TENER SED To be thirsty (literally, to HAVE THIRST) To be thirsty (literally, to HAVE THIRST) Tengo sed = I am thirsty. Are you thirsty? ________________ We are thirsty = ______________________________ He is thirsty. _________________________________
1.I am hungry ___________________________ 2.We are thirsty _________________________ 3.Are you hungry? _______________________ 4.The girls are hungry! __________________________
HAMBRE/SED 1.Yo / ______________________ 2. Carlota / ______________________ 3. Sandra, Miguel, y yo _________________________________
Tener ganas de (+ infinitive) To feel like doing something
Tener: un breve repaso In order to use this expression correctly, its important to conjugate tener correctly.
YoTENGONosotrosTENEMOS TúTIENESx Él, ella, usted TIENE Ellos, Ellas, Ustedes TIENEN Tener: un breve repaso
To say you FEEL LIKE doing something, you use TENER GANAS DE plus a not- conjugated verb. No tengo ganas de estudiar. = I dont feel like studying. Tengo ganas de comer = I feel like eating. 1.You feel like dancing. = ________________________________ 2. We dont feel like running. ________________________________ Tener GANAS DE
3. I dont feel like doing my homework. ___________________________________ 4. The students feel like watching TV in class. ___________________________________