hagan sus deberes

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hagan sus deberes
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (imperative; second person plural)
a. do your homework
¡Hagan sus deberes, chicos! ¡No hay videojuegos si no los hacen!Do your homework, children! No video games if you don't!
2. (subjunctive; second person plural)
a. to do your homework
Quiero que hagan sus deberes ahora, no cuando termina la serie, ¿entendido?I want you to do your homework now, not when the TV show ends, understood?
3. (subjunctive; third person plural)
a. they do their homework
Vuelvo en dos horas, Ellie. Recoge a los niños y asegúrate de que hagan sus deberes.I'll be back in two hours, Ellie. Go pick up the kids and make sure they do their homework.
b. to do their homework
No sé cómo hacer que estos niños obedezcan. Si les digo que hagan sus deberes, siguen mirando televisión.I don't know how to get these kids to obey. If I ask them to do their homework, they keep watching TV.
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