Lesson 23 - Quehaceres Domésticos (Housework)
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This page: Learn obligation verbs in Spanish.
Obligation verbs are verbs that are used to tell what you have to do. There are four obligation verbs in Spanish - necesitar, deber, tener que and hay que.
The obligation verb necesitar means "to need." It is a regular -ar verb.
The obligation verb deber means "must." It is a regular -er verb.
The obligation verb tener que means "have to." The verb tener is an irregular verb.
The obligation verb hay que means "one must." It is used to talk about in general what one must do, not talking about a specific person. It is always used in the form hay que.
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Write one sentence using each of the obligation verbs that you learned on this page.
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