Hacer Subjunctive Conjugation
Use the chart and examples below to learn how to conjugate hacer in the subjunctive tense - subjuntivo presente.
Hacer: Subjunctive Conjugation Chart
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Examples: how to conjugate hacer in subjunctive tense
Here are some examples of conjugating hacer in subjunctive form:
Dejaré que haga sus propios arreglos.
I'll let you make your own arrangements.
Solo quiere que hagas un esfuerzo.
She only wants you to make an effort.
Me parece valiente que hagan esto.
I think it's brave that they are doing this.
- Hacer is an irregular verb, making it trickier to learn.
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Here's a reminder of what the Spanish personal pronouns mean:
- yo = I
- tú = you (informal)
- él/ella = he/she
- nosotros/nosotras = we
- vosotros/vosotras = you (plural, informal, Spain only)
- ellos/ellas = they
- Usted = you (singular formal) & ustedes = you (plural formal). These are used much more in Latin America than in Spain - the latter being more informal.
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See how to conjugate hacer in other tenses:
Conjugate hacer in the preterite
Conjugate hacer in the present
Conjugate hacer in the imperfect