Keep in mind that TENER means "to have". The following phrases in English are expressed with the verb "to be" plus and adjective. In Spanish, however, they are expressed with the verb "tener" plus a noun. Therefore, the literal translation of "tener sed", for example, is "to have thirst". Still, in an effort to make the connections as fluid as possible, I've decided to use the colloquial translations (to be thirsty), rather than the literal translations (to have thirst) in this Quizlet set.