Difference between "Haz" and "Has" in Spanish
- It is a conjugated form of the verb "hacer" in second person singular (tú) in the affirmative imperative tense.
Haz el bien sin mirar a quién.
(Do what is right, come what may.)
Haz la cama antes de salir de tu habitación.
(Make your bed before leaving your room.)
- It is a conjugated form of the verb "haber" in second person singular (tú) in the present indicative tense.
¿Has ido a ver a tus abuelos?
(Have you ever been to visit your grandparents?)
- It is also used in the formation of the "Pretérito Compuesto" tense which is compounded by the second person singular (tú) and the participle of a verb.
Ya hoy has trabajado lo suficiente.
(You've worked enough today already.)
- "Has" + preposition "de" express obligation.
Has de levantarte más temprano.
(You have to wake up earlier.)
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