Have you ever said “I have hunger” and really meant “I am hungry”? Geez, isn’t that embarrassing? Tener/em is designed to reinforce the verb’s present tense form with standard expressions for conditions and emotions. We’ve got a date with a skeleton, a cult of Burger Dome-adoring fans and one thirsty platypus. Several burgers later, the conjugation and usage of tener/em is easier than ever before. span style=”color:#FF0000;”Download the free video quiz located in “Additional Info.”/spanCopyright 2004. 15 minutes. Spanish. High school level. Video Download: MP4.Video DVD: DVD.br /The activity packet features activities created in the crazy Quack! style. Activities include fill-in-the-blanks, multiple mistakes, and brain regurgitation. The packet works great in conjunction with the video, but can be used alone. Of course, the packet comes with the Quack! EXTREMELY SILLY warning ……. er, guarantee. Copyright 2006. Spanish. High school level. Reproducible.Activity Packet Download: PDF. Adobe Reader required to view PDF.