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    Hi there!
    I am grading some of my students work and we, Spanish, tend to use have all the time. I think I went over "tener miedo" there is no way to express it by using the verb have, "be scared/frightened" will do, won't it?
    the problem now is "tener fuerza" which seems to me the same problem, I would say that we need to use "be strong" Am I right?
    thank you.

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    Re: have

    Hello pitimorcon

    Tener miedo means to be afraid / to have fear.
    Tener fuerza means to be strong / to hold or keep strong.


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