me hace pensar
me hace pensar
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
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1. (he, she, or it forces me to think; third person singular)
a. he makes me think (masculine)
Es un buen profesor. En lugar de decirme las respuestas enseguida, me hace pensar.He's a good teacher. Instead of telling me the answers right away, he makes me think.
b. she makes me think (feminine)
Me gusta hablar con ella. Es una persona muy despierta y me hace pensar.I like to talk to her. She's a very inquisitive person and she makes me think.
c. it makes me think
Encuentro muy interesante este libro. Me hace pensar en cosas en las que nunca había pensado.I find this book very interesting. It makes me think about things I'd never thought about before.
d. makes me think
Resolver crucigramas me hace pensar. Es mi forma de ejercitar la mente.Solving crosswords makes me think. It's my way of exercising my mind.
2.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(you force me to think; second person singular)
a. you make me think
Usted es una persona inteligente. Me hace pensar y ver las cosas desde otras perspectivas.You're an intelligent person. You make me think and see things from other perspectives.
3. (he, she, or it reminds me of; third person singular; used with "en")
a. he makes me think of (masculine)
Es un hombre muy guapo. Me hace pensar en George Clooney.He's a very handsome man. He makes me think of George Clooney.
b. she makes me think of (feminine)
Mariana es una mujer con mucho carácter. Me hace pensar en mi abuela.Mariana is a woman with a strong character. She makes me think of my grandmother.
c. it makes me think of
Me gusta esta canción. Me hace pensar en nuestra luna de miel. ¿Te acuerdas?I like this song. It makes me think of our honeymoon. Do you remember?
d. makes me think of
Esta ciudad me hace pensar en Lima, donde nací.This city makes me think of Lima, where I was born.
4.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(you remind me of; second person singular; used with "en")
a. you make me think of
Cuando habla, me hace pensar en mi padre, que era mexicano, como usted.When you talk, you make me think of my father, who was Mexican, like you.
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