qué han hecho
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qué han hecho
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (what you've carried out; second person plural)
2. (what you've produced; second person plural)
a. what you've made
Mami, te cocinamos tu desayuno favorito. - ¿Ah, sí? Vamos a ver qué han hecho.Mom, we made you your favorite breakfast. - Oh, really? Let's see what you've made.
b. what you've prepared
Bueno, chicos. Díganos qué han hecho para la cena. - Está bien. Les va a encantar.OK, guys. Tell us what you've prepared for dinner. - OK. You're going to love it.
3. (what they've carried out; third person plural)
a. what they've done
El primer ministro y su esposa me parecen buenas personas. No se qué han hecho para que el pueblo los deteste tanto.The prime minister and his wife seem like nice people to me. I don't know what they've done for people to dislike them so much.
4. (what they've produced; third person singular)
a. what they've made
No sé qué han hecho para almorzar, pero espero que esté rico.I don't know what they've made for lunch, but I hope it's good.
b. what they've prepared
¿Juana y Nacho te dijeron qué han hecho de postre? - No. Dijeron que era una sorpresa.Did Juana and Nacho tell you what they've prepared for dessert? - No. They said it was a surprise.
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