Time Expressions in Spanish with Hacer


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To say 'I have been studying Spanish for two years,' you'd say:

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1. Instead of saying Hace dos años que estudio español, the alternative is:

2. To say 'Three hours ago, I called the police' in Spanish, you would say:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

For this quiz and worksheet combination, you can find questions on using hacer in Spanish with time expressions. Questions will address the act of studying Spanish and asking about when someone has purchased a house.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Expect to see the following phrases in the quiz questions:

  • 'I have been studying Spanish for two years'
  • Another way to say, 'Hace dos años que estudio español'
  • 'Three hours ago, I called the police'
  • 'How long ago did you buy your house?'

Skills Practiced

  • Making connections - use your understanding of the verb hacer and the preterite tense to form a sentence in Spanish
  • Information recall - remember different ways to state similar information using this verb
  • Knowledge application - use what you know about conjugating the verb hacer to translate phrases from English into Spanish

Additional Learning

To gain more insight, open the lesson titled Time Expressions in Spanish with Hacer. You can see the additional topics listed below in the lesson:

  • The present tense
  • Imperfect tense
  • The preterite tense
  • Positive vs negative statements