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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (what someone carries out; third person singular)
a. what he does
¿Tú sabes qué hace? - Trabaja en una fábrica de autos.Do you know what he does? - He works in a car factory.
b. what she does
¿Ella es Laura? Quiero preguntarle qué hace para ganarse la vida.Is she Laura? I want to ask her what she does for a living.
c. what it does
¿Para qué sirve esta cosa? - No tengo idea de qué hace.What's this thing for? - I have no idea what it does.
d. what he's doing
Mira a Pedro. ¿Tú sabes qué hace?Look at Pedro. Do you know what he's doing?
e. what she's doing
Dile a Diana que venga. - No sé qué hace, pero está ocupada.Tell Diana to come. - I'm not sure what she's doing, but she's busy.
f. what it's doing
No sé qué hace en tu casa, pero ese libro es mío.I don't know what it's doing in your house, but that book is mine.
Muéstrame qué hace este aparato.Show me what this device does.
h. what...is doing
Parece que ni siquiera él sabe qué hace.It looks like he doesn’t even know what he’s doing.
(what you carry out; 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).
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