Spanish study guide - VERBS HACER DIVERTIRSE OLVIDARSE...

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Unformatted text preview: VERBS: HACER, DIVERTIRSE, OLVIDARSE, INVITAR, PENSAR, SABER Hacer = to do/to make En general, cuando se trata de crear o fabricar algo nuevo, la traducción suele ser to make, y cuando “hacer” tiene el sentido de realizar actividades, se traduce por to do. (In general, when we refer to create or to manufacture something new , the translation is usually to make , and when “hacer” has the sense of doing a job, it is translated into to do). Yo hag- o Vos hac- és ( Tú hac- es) Él / Ella hac- e Nosotros/as hac- emos (Vosotros/as hac- éis) Ellos/as hac- en *Usted hac- e *Ustedes hac- en Ejemplo: Ella hac- e la tarea de la clase de castellano/español Divertirse= to enjoy oneself. Dar = to give. Yo me diviert- o Vos te divert- ís (Tú te diviert- es) Él /Ella se diviert- e Nosotros/as nos divert- imos (Vosotras/os os divert- ís) Ellos/as se diviert- en *Usted se diviert- e Yo d- oy Vos...
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course SPANISH 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '09 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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Spanish study guide - VERBS HACER DIVERTIRSE OLVIDARSE...

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