Preterite - Verb Hacer - to do, to make  

Spanish Grammar Preterite Tense Verb Hacer - to do, to make

The verb hacer (conjugation) means "to make" or "to do". The verb is completely irregular in the preterite tense.

yo hice I made/did
hiciste you made/did
Ud./él/ella hizo you/he/she made/did
nosotros/as hicimos we made/did
vosotros/as hicisteis you all made/did
Uds./ellos/ellas hicieron you all/they made/did

Lo hice por la fama y fortuna.
      I did it for fame and fortune.

¿Lo hiciste por mí?
      Did you do it for me?

Hizo un giro ilegal.
      He made an illegal turn.

Le hicimos un dibujo a papá.
      We made a drawing for Dad.

Ellos le hicieron una oferta que no pudo

     They made him an offer he couldn't refuse.

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