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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (that they produced; third person plural)
a. they made
Se equivocaron al tomar las medidas, y la mesa que hicieron era demasiado grande para la cocina.They took the wrong measurements, and the table they made was too big for the kitchen.
b. they prepared
¿Probaste el gazpacho que hicieron? Estaba riquísimo.Did you try the gazpacho they prepared? It was delicious.
2. (that you produced; second person plural)
a. you made
Me encantó el guacamole que hicieron. Me tienen que dar la receta.I loved the guacamole you made. You have to give me the recipe.
b. you prepared
Creo recordar que hicieron una vez un pastel de chocolate sin azúcar. ¿O me lo estoy inventado?I seem to remember you once prepared a chocolate cake without sugar. Or am I imagining it?
3. (that they carried out; third person plural)
4. (that you carried out; second person plural)
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