hace gracia

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hace gracia
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person singular)
a. it's funny
Me gusta su programa de humor. Me parece que hace gracia.I like her comedy show. I think it's funny.
b. he's funny (masculine)
¿Qué opinas de Bernie como humorista? - Hace gracia, pero es un poco repetitivo.What do you think of Bernie as a comedian? - He's funny but a bit repetitive.
c. she's funny (feminine)
A la niña le gusta gastar bromas a la gente, y piensa que hace gracia.The girl likes to play pranks on people, and she thinks she's funny.
d. is funny
El chiste hace gracia, pero tal vez sea un poco sexista.The joke is funny but maybe a bit sexist.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
Este payaso hace gracia a los niños, y a los adultos también.Children find this clown funny, and adults too.
Me hace gracia cuando veo videos de gente haciendo tonterías.I think it's funny when I see videos of people doing something stupid.
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