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My grandaughter is taking college Spanish II and she says it is
hacemos which means "we do."
You don't say which tense.
Present tense: hacemos = We do/make, we are doing/making
Past tense: hicimos = We did/made
Which tense did you need?
Mr. Mendoza is correct in the conjugation of the verb "hacer" except for the "tú" form which is : " tú haces".
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