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Tener + past participle

Jonathan B.C1Kwiziq community member

Tener + past participle

In the introduction to this lesson, you say the meaning is similar to using "haber plus infinitive". I think you mean haber plus past participle i.e. the perfect tense

Asked 4 years ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Indeed, Jonathan! Thanks for spotting this. Already corrected.

Un saludo

Inma

Tener + past participle

In the introduction to this lesson, you say the meaning is similar to using "haber plus infinitive". I think you mean haber plus past participle i.e. the perfect tense

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