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Tengo And Tienes

i enough understand about these words , but i still confused how to make difference between past and present , is there any words to replace past tense of "have" in spanish ?
im beginner :D

For learning: Spanish
Base language: English
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    http://conjugador.reverso.net/conjugacion-espanol-verbo-tengo.html

    http://www.wordreference.com/conj/EsVerbs.aspx

    This web site shows you how to conjugate verbs for ustedes (for men, women or both), pronoun used in Mexico and vosotros (for men or men and women mixed/together) and vosotras (only women), pronouns used in Spain.
    So "ustedes" means the same to "vosotros/vosotras", the same for their conjugations.
    Ustedes is conjugated just like "ellos" and "ellas" in the web site appears as Uds, wich is the short for "Ustedes".
    Spanish from Spain is only used in Spain, whereas mexican one is used in whole Latin America and it is recognized as the most important in Latin America and in the USA due to one in four spanish speakers in the world lives in Mexico.

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