Conjugación del Verbo Tienen en Inglés

Conjugación del Verbo Tienen

Aquí abajo tienes la Conjugación del verbo Tienen en inglés. Si tienes dificultad para aprender a Conjugar el verbo Tienen en sus tiempos verbales, puedes echar mano de esta herramienta. El verbo Tienen en inglés es: to have

Después de la tabla de los Verbos Conjugados en Inglés tienes unas anotaciones para que recuerdes cómo se conjugan los verbos en inglés. Quiero que tengas en cuenta varias consideraciones sobre la conjugación del verbo Tienen:

  • En las diferentes columnas que se corresponden a la conjugación de los tiempos verbales verás el tiempo verbal en español y como se dice en inglés (ejemplo: Presente Simple / Present Tense)
  • En color verde podrás identificar el Verbo
  • En color naranja identificarás el Auxiliar

Presente Simple
Present Tense

  • I have
  • you have
  • she,he,it has
  • we have
  • you have
  • they have

Presente Continuo
Present Continuous

  • I am having
  • you are having
  • she,he,it is having
  • we are having
  • you are having
  • they are having

Presente Perfecto
Present Perfect

  • I have had
  • you have had
  • she,he,it has had
  • we have had
  • you have had
  • they have had

Presente Perfecto Continuo
Present Perfect Continuous

  • I have been having
  • you have been having
  • she,he,it has been having
  • we have been having
  • you have been having
  • they have been having

Pasado Simple
Past Tense

  • I had
  • you had
  • she,he,it had
  • we had
  • you had
  • they had

Pasado Continuo
Past Continuous

  • I was having
  • you were having
  • she,he,it was having
  • we were having
  • you were having
  • they were having

Pasado Perfecto
Past Perfect

  • I had had
  • you had had
  • she,he,it had had
  • we had had
  • you had had
  • they had had

Pasado Perfecto Continuo
Past Perfect Continuous

  • I had been having
  • you had been having
  • she,he,it had been having
  • we had been having
  • you had been having
  • they had been having

Futuro Simple
Future Tense

  • I will have
  • you will have
  • she,he,it will have
  • we will have
  • you will have
  • they will have

Futuro Continuo
Future Continuous

  • I will be having
  • you will be having
  • she,he,it will be having
  • we will be having
  • you will be having
  • they will be having

Futuro Perfecto
Future Perfect

  • I will have had
  • you will have had
  • she,he,it will have had
  • we will have had
  • you will have had
  • they will have had

Futuro Perfecto Continuo
Future Perfect Continuous

  • I will have been having
  • you will have been having
  • she,he,it will have been having
  • we will have been having
  • you will have been having
  • they will have been having

Imperativo
Imperative

  • have
  • let’s have
  • have

Participio Presente
Present participle

  • having

Participio Pasado
Past participle

  • had

Participio Perfecto
Perfect Participle

  • having had

Conjugar todos los Tiempos Verbales

La Conjugación del Verbo es la modificación de ese verbo dependiendo de:

  • Qué «persona» hace la Acción
  • Cuándo se hace la Acción
  • El Género de la «persona» que hace la Acción
  • El número o «personas» involucradas en la Acción
  • La voz, es decir, si esa persona hace realmente la acción como sujeto o la recibe
  • El modo, es decir, la actitud frente a la acción

Conjugar según la Persona

  • Primera persona singular – I (Yo)
  • Segunda persona singular – You (Tu))
  • Tercera persona singular – He/She/It (Él/Ella/Ello)
  • Primera persona plural – We (Nosotros)
  • Segunda persona plural – You (Vosotros)
  • Tercera persona plural – They (Ellos)

Conjugar según la Voz

Los Verbos en Inglés se pueden Conjugar en voz Activa o Pasiva, dependiendo de quién recibe la acción de algo en concreto, ejemplo:

  • Voz Activa – Pepucha come tortilla (Pepucha es el sujeto, es quien recibe la acción)
  • Voz Pasiva – La tortilla es comida por Pepucha (La tortilla es el sujeto)

Conjugar según el Modo

  • Indicativo – Afirma hechos (Me gusta la Fotografía)
  • Subjuntivo – nos muestra la actitud sobre algo que estás diciendo (Yo de ti estudiaría más inglés)
  • Imperativo – indica una orden (Estudia cada día)