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Is this wrong?
Tienen que hacen las maletas. Salen para Monterrey mañana.

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    The first sentence is wrong. The infinitive "hacer" must be used instead of "hacen".

    Conjugated forms of "tener que" are followed by the infinitive of the following verb.

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    whenever the word 'que' is used in a sentence and a verb follows it, the verb will always be in the unconjugated form.


    Tenemos que IR al parque.
    tienen que ESTUDIAR.
    tengo que HACER mi tarea.

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