The biggest nino que tiene nalgas?
el Quinn foon nd chonchis r really really bigg man
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"What do you have to do?" is a better translation.
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"Que tiene" in Spanish translated to "what he/she/it has/you have" "Tiene" is the he/she/it/you(formal) conjugation of the Spanish verb "tener" which means "to have", there…fore "tiene" means "he, she or it has/you have" "Que" can either mean "what" or "that" "Que tiene?" as a question means "What does he/she/it/you have?" "....que tiene" in the middle of a sentence usually means "that/which he/she/it has/you have". 'tener que' = 'to be obliged/have to' 'que tiene que' = 'which/who is/are obliged//has/have to'
What do u have to do today
If it's written like this:. Â¿QuÃ© tienes? it's a question and means "What do you have?". If it's in the middle of a sentence, like this:. ...que tienes... it means "..….that you have..."
"Â¿Que tienes?" means "what do you have?" (informal)
Literally translated, "Que tienes" is "what you have" or "that you have" It is often used in slang speech to mean "What's your problem?" For example if a friend comes in… all bent out of shape, it would be common to say to him/her "Oye! Que tienes?" (Dude, what's your problem?)
That you must study
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QuÃ© means what. Que without the accent on the 'e' can mean "to" or"that". Tienes is the present tense "you" form of the verb tener, whichmeans to have. Escribir is to write…. Â¿QuÃ© tienes que escribir? means "What do you have to write?"
"Tienes que escribes" is not good grammar. "Â¿Tienes lo que escribes?" would mean "Do you have what you're writing?", perhaps to ask if someone's taking down all the notes o…r has picked an essay topic. More likely, it's "tienes que escribir", meaning "You have to write" or "Do you have to write?"
It means "what does the boy have?"
Â¿QuÃ© tiene Ricardo? (A self standing question) "What does Ricardo have?" ...que tiene Ricardo. (used at the end of a sentence) "...that Ricardo has."
Â¿Tienes que estudiar? means "Do you have to study?" The two possible proper answers to this question are: Yes, I have to study (SÃ. Tengo que estuduar) No. I don't …have to study. (No. No tengo que estudiar)