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Los artistas mexicanos _____ cosas muy bonitas de vidrio usado. A. hizo B. hicimos C. hicieron D. hiciste

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  1. iluvreading
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    umm I'm not completely sure on this question I would say A. but what would you say @InYourHead

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    I would say no.

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    All of our choices are preterite (past tense) forms of the word HACER (to make). "Hizo" is third-person singular. Since we're talking about "los mexicanos," we're look for third-person PLURAL. You get it?

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    ohhh I get now.....

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    Well technically, we're talking about "los artistas mexicanos." But still third person plural.

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    Bueno. You think you know the answer?

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    I think I do but I'm not the one that asked the question sooo do you understand lilyswan?

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    I'll show you how to conjugate the verb HACER, into all of its past tense forms. ~~~~~~ (Yo) HICE --- I made (Tú) HICISTE --- You made (Él/Ella/Usted) HIZO --- He/She made (Nosotros) HICIMOS --- We made (Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes) HICIERON --- They made ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Those are all the different forms of HACER. And they all have different meanings, you can see. For example, "Yo HICE la cama," means "I made the bed." "Él HIZO la cama," means "He made the bed." You get it? ~~~~~~~~~~~ Now, your sentence is this: "Los artistas mexicanos _____ cosas muy bonitas de vidrio usado." The SUBJECT of the sentence is.... "los artistas mexicanos." So, we need to look for the (third person/plural) form of HACER. We need to use the (Ellos/Ellas) form. You can find it on the list that I showed you.

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