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Unformatted text preview: haca are used to express for. In negative (-) sentences, hace and haca are used to express since. Hace is used with the present tense to express since in a present time context. Haca is used with the imperfect tense to express since in a past time context. Ejemplos : + Hace mucho tiempo que vivo en Chicago. Ive lived in Chicago for a long time (and I still do) .-Hace dos aos que no voy al cine. It has been two years since Ive gone to the movie theater. + Haca mucho tiempo que viva en Chicago. Id been living in Chicago for a long time (when ____ ocurred) .-Haca dos aos que no iba al cine. It had been two years since I went to the movie theater (when I finally went) ....
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