anonymous
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Compose at least 3 sentences using the verb "hacer."
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The word "hacer" means "to make," or "to do." In order to use "hacer" in a sentence, we first need to know how to conjugate it, into its different forms. ~~~~~~~~~~ (Yo) HAGO -- (I) make (Tú) HACES -- (You) make (Él/Ella/Usted) HACE -- (He/She) makes (Nosotros) HACEMOS -- (We) make (Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes) -- (They) make ~~~~~~~~~~~ When we have the word HACER all by itself, and we don't conjugate it, it just means TO DO or TO MAKE. For example: "Yo no voy a HACER la tarea." -- "I'm not going TO DO the homework." So, it's important to know when we need to conjugate "hacer," and when we should not conjugate it. ~~~~~~~~~~~~ As a side note, USTED also means YOU. The difference between "usted" and "tú" is that USTED is a FORMAL way of saying "you," and TU is an INFORMAL way of saying "you." ~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you like, you can show me three sentences that you've made yourself. And I can help you out with proofreading.
anonymous
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@InYourHead nice explanation

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm sorry, I forgot to fill in how to conjugate HACER into the ELLOS form. It's HACEN. Ellos HACEN -- They MAKE.
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omg thanks so much fr all your help.. :]
anonymous
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De nada. It's no problem.
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