qué han hecho

qué han hecho(
keh
 
ahn
 
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choh
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (what you've carried out; second person plural)
a. what you've done
Queremos que ustedes dos nos expliquen qué han hecho con el dinero de los inversionistas.We want you two to explain to us what you've done with the investor's money.
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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