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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person singular)
a. he's done
Sea lo que sea que haya hecho, se merece un juicio justo.Whatever he's done he deserves a fair trial.
b. she's done
Lo que haya hecho en el pasado no le resta valor a la gran labor humanitaria que está realizando ahora.What she's done in the past doesn't detract from the great humanitarian work she's doing now.
c. it's done
La empresa ha pagado sus impuestos. - Parece que haya hecho algo especial, cuando solo cumplía con su deber.The firm has paid its taxes. - It seems as if it's done something special, when it was just doing its duty.
d. has done
Aunque Marta haya hecho la tarea, no se puede ir a jugar al parque hasta que no arregle su cuarto.Even though Marta has done her homework, she can't go to play in the park until she's tidied up her room.
(second person singular)
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
a. you've done
El que me haya hecho un favor una vez no significa que yo tenga que hacer ahora todo lo que me pide.The fact that you've done me a favor once doesn't mean that I've got to do now everything you ask me to.
3. (first person singular)
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