1. (education; third person singular)
a. his homework (masculine)
¿Puede venirse Alberto a jugar a mi casa? - Sí, pero antes tiene que acabar su tarea.Can Alberto come and play at my place? - Yes, he can, but he has to finish his homework first.
b. her homework (feminine)
Natalia siempre hace su tarea nada más salir de la escuela.Natalia always does her homework right after school.
2. (formal) (education; second person singular)
El director me dijo: "López, los profesores se quejan de que últimamente no hace su tarea".The headmaster said, "Lopez, the teachers have complained that you haven't been doing your homework lately."
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