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Conjugate irregular verb hacer in El Imperativo (imperative)

The verb hacer (to do/make) is irregular in El Imperativo:

yo

 -

haz

usted

haga

nosotros / nosotras 

hagamos

vosotros / vosotras

haced

ustedes

hagan

Note that in El Imperativo you never use the yo form. You don't give orders to yourself!

Remember that in Spanish there are four different ways to say you:

  •  = informal singular
  • vosotros/vosotras = informal plural
  • usted = formal singular
  • ustedes = formal plural

Here are some examples to look at and listen to:

¡Haz los deberes!
Do your homework! ("you" singular informal = "tú")

¡Haga la compra! 
Do the shopping! ("you" singular formal = "usted")

¡Hagamos la cena! 
Let's make dinner! 

¡Haced la maleta!
Pack your luggage! ("you" plural informal = "vosotros")

¡Hagan el trabajo!
Do the job! ("you" plural formal = "ustedes")

You can also have a look at these more advanced lessons about El Imperativo:

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¡Hagamos la cena! 
Let's make dinner! 


¡Haz los deberes!
Do your homework! ("you" singular informal = "tú")


¡Haga la compra! 
Do the shopping! ("you" singular formal = "usted")


¡Hagan el trabajo!
Do the job! ("you" plural formal = "ustedes")


¡Haced la maleta!
Pack your luggage! ("you" plural informal = "vosotros")


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