Hacer subjunctive

Using hacer with subjunctive/infinitive for to make [someone] do something

Los ha hecho pedir perdón al profesor.He made them apologise to the teacher.

Han hecho que reconsidere la oferta.They have made me reconsider the offer.

Con tus comentarios has hecho que se enfadaran contigo.With your comments you've made them cross with you.

Estás haciendo que me ponga nerviosa.You are making me feel nervous.

Me han hecho reconsiderar la oferta.They have made me reconsider the offer.

Te vamos a ayudar y vamos a hacer quepases este examen sin problema.We're going to help you and get you through this exam with no difficulty.

Nos hacíansentir culpables.They used to make us feel guilty.

¡Ten cuidado! ¡Harás que se caigan todos al suelo!Be careful! You'll drop everything! [lit: you'll make them all fall to the floor]

Hizo que se pusiera nerviosa.He made her feel nervous.

Lo hizoarrodillarse para declarar su amor.She made (forced) him to get on his knees to declare his love.

Me estás haciendosentir bien.You're making me feel good.

Les han hecho devolver el dinero que robaron.They made them return the money they stole.

La hizo ponerse nerviosa.He made her [get/feel] nervous.

Lo hizoarrodillarse para declarar su amor.She made (forced) him get on his knees to declare his love.

Ellos siempre hacían que nos sintiéramos culpables.They always made us feel guilty.

Les ha hecho pedir perdón al profesor.He made them apologise to the teacher.

Las palabras de aquel chico habían hecho que ella dejara de llamarlo.That boy's words had made her stop calling him.

Con tus comentarios has hecho que se enfaden contigo.With your comments you've made them cross with you.

No sé cómo pero siempre haces que me sienta bien.I don't know how but you always make me feel good.

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Su misión en este juego es simple, hacer la entrega.

Your mission in this game is simple, make the delivery.

El sistema es similar al Skype y Duo, hacer Google.

The system is similar to Skype and Duo, do Google.

Foto de ruibarbo con manzana, preparado para hacer un postre.

Photo of rhubarb with apple, prepared to make a dessert.

Estos tres pasos son cosas que cualquier hombre puede hacer.

These three steps are things that any man can do.

Un software para hacer su trabajo más eficiente y cómodo.

A software to make your work more efficient and comfortable.

Solo un par de lugares podría hacer algo como esto.

Only a couple of places could do something like this.

Y eso me dio un mes para hacer mi tarea.

And that gave me a month to do my homework.

En India, esto es popular para hacer pisos y paredes.

In India, this is popular for making floors and walls.

Imagen divertida para hacer como un regalo o tarjeta, etc.

Fun image to make as a gift or card, etc.

Esta receta es súper fácil de hacer, perfecta para principiantes.

This recipe is super easy to make, perfect for beginners.

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Spanish Verb Hacer Conjugation

One of the most common verbs in Spanish, hacer, which means "to make" or "to do," is highly irregular. This article demonstrates hacer conjugations in the present, past and future indicative, the present and past subjunctive, the imperative, and other verb forms.

When conjugating hacer, the a in the stem sometimes changes to e or i, and the c sometimes changes to z or g. The only other verbs that follow the same conjugation pattern are those derived from it, such as contrahacer (to copy or to counterfeit), deshacer (to unmake or undo), and rehacer (to remake or redo).

Using the Verb Hacer

The verb hacer generally means "to do" or "to make," but it can also be part of other useful expressions. For example, it can mean "ago," as in duration of time. Hence, the phrase hace 10 años means "ten years ago," and hace cinco minutos means "five minutes ago."

The verb hacer is also used to talk about the weather. For example, hace frío means "it is cold." You can make the same construction with hace calor, hace viento, hace fresco, etc. (it is hot, windy, cool, etc.).

Hacer Present Indicative

In the present indicative tense, the only irregular conjugation of hacer is the first person singular (yo).

YohagoI makeYo hago la tarea todos los días.
hacesYou makeTú haces la comida para la familia.
Usted/él/ellahaceYou/he/she makesElla hace artesanías hermosas.
NosotroshacemosWe makeNosotros hacemos ejercicio en el gimnasio.
VosotroshacéisYou makeVosotros hacéis las compras en la tienda.
Ustedes/ellos/ellashacenYou/they makeEllos hacen la cama todos los días.

Hacer Preterite Indicative

Notice that in the preterite tense, the a in the stem of hacer changes to an i. These are all irregular forms.

YohiceI madeYo hice la tarea todos los días.
hicisteYou madeTú hiciste la comida para la familia.
Usted/él/ellahizoYou/he/she madeElla hizo artesanías hermosas.
NosotroshicimosWe madeNosotros hicimos ejercicio en el gimnasio.
VosotroshicisteisYou madeVosotros hicisteis las compras en la tienda.
Ustedes/ellos/ellashicieronYou/they madeEllos hicieron la cama todos los días.

Hacer Imperfect Indicative

The imperfect tense is conjugated regularly, using the stem hac plus the imperfect ending for -er verbs (ía, ías, ía, íamos, íais, ían). Remember that the imperfect can be translated as "was making" or "used to make."

YohacíaI used to makeYo hacía la tarea todos los días. 
hacíasYou used to makeTú hacías la comida para la familia.
Usted/él/ellahacíaYou/he/she used to makeElla hacía artesanías hermosas.
NosotroshacíamosWe used to makeNosotros hacíamos ejercicio en el gimnasio.
VosotroshacíaisYou used to makeVosotros hacíais las compras en la tienda.
Ustedes/ellos/ellashacíanYou/they used to makeEllos hacían la cama todos los días.

Hacer Future Indicative

The verb hacer is irregular in the future tense. Its conjugation starts with the form har-.

YoharéI will makeYo haré la tarea todos los días.
harásYou will makeTú harás la comida para la familia.
Usted/él/ellaharáYou/he/she will makeElla hará artesanías hermosas.
NosotrosharemosWe will makeNosotros haremos ejercicio en el gimnasio.
VosotrosharéisYou will makeVosotros haréis las compras en la tienda.
Ustedes/ellos/ellasharánYou/they will makeEllos harán la cama todos los días.

Hacer Periphrastic Future Indicative 

The periphrastic future is formed using the present indicative conjugation of the verb ir (to go), the preposition a, and the infinitive hacer.

Yovoy a hacerI am going to makeYo voy a hacer la tarea todos los días.
vas a hacerYou are going to makeTú vas a hacer la comida para la familia.
Usted/él/ellava a hacerYou/he/she going to makeElla va a hacer artesanías hermosas.
Nosotrosvamosa hacerWe are going to makeNosotros vamos a hacer ejercicio en el gimnasio.
Vosotrosvais a hacerYou are going to makeVosotros vais a hacer las compras en la tienda.
Ustedes/ellos/ellasvan a hacerYou/they are going to makeEllos van a hacer la cama todos los días.

Hacer Present Progressive/Gerund Form

The equivalent of the English -ing form, gerund or present participle, is the -ando or -iendo form in Spanish. The gerund for hacer is formed regularly, using the ending -iendo.

Present Progressive of Hacerestá haciendoShe is makingElla está haciendo artesanías hermosas.

Hacer Past Participle

The past participle for hacer is irregular: hecho. One of the main uses of the past participle is to form compound tenses such as the present perfect.

Present Perfect of Hacerha hechoShe has madeElla ha hecho artesanías hermosas.

Hacer Conditional Indicative

The conditional tense is used to talk about possibilities, and is translated to English as "would + verb." For example, ¿Qué harías por tus hijos? (What would you do for your children?). In the conditional indicative, the verb hacer is irregular and uses the stem har-.

YoharíaI would makeYo haría la tarea todos los días si tuviera tiempo.
haríasYou would makeTú harías la comida para la familia si supieras cocinar.
Usted/él/ellaharíaYou/he/she would makeElla haría artesanías hermosas si pudiera.
NosotrosharíamosWe would makeNosotros haríamos ejercicio en el gimnasio, pero es muy caro.
VosotrosharíaisYou would makeVosotros haríais las compras en la tienda, pero es más fácil por Internet.
Ustedes/ellos/ellasharíanYou/they would makeEllos harían la cama todos los días, pero se les olvida.

Hacer Present Subjunctive

The present subjunctive is used to talk about doubts, desires, emotions, recommendations, or other subjective situations.

Que yohagaThat I makeLa maestra pide que yo haga la tarea todos los días.
Que túhagasThat you makeTu hijo quiere que tú hagas la comida para la familia.
Que usted/él/ellahagaThat you/he/she makeEl vendedor requiere que ella haga artesanías hermosas.
Que nosotroshagamosThat we makeEl médico sugiere que nosotros hagamos ejercicio en el gimnasio.
Que vosotroshagáisThat you makeEl cocinero sugiere que vosotros hagáis las compras en la tienda.
Que ustedes/ellos/ellashaganThat you/they makeLa abuela espera que ellos hagan la cama todos los días.

Hacer Imperfect Subjunctive

The imperfect subjunctive is used in similar situations as the present subjunctive, but in the past. There are two options for conjugating the imperfect subjunctive.

Option 1

Que yohicieraThat I madeLa maestra pedía que yo hiciera la tarea todos los días.
Que túhicierasThat you madeTu hijo quería que tú hicieras la comida para la familia.
Que usted/él/ellahicieraThat you/he/she madeEl vendedor requería que ella hiciera artesanías hermosas.
Que nosotroshiciéramosThat we madeEl médico sugirió que nosotros hiciéramos ejercicio en el gimnasio.
Que vosotroshicieraisThat you madeEl cocinero sugirió que vosotros hicierais las compras en la tienda.
Que ustedes/ellos/ellashicieranThat you/they madeLa abuela esperaba que ellos hicieran la cama todos los días.

Option 2

Que yohicieseThat I madeLa maestra pedía que yo hiciese la tarea todos los días.
Que túhiciesesThat you madeTu hijo quería que tú hicieses la comida para la familia.
Que usted/él/ellahicieseThat you/he/she madeEl vendedor requería que ella hiciese artesanías hermosas.
Que nosotroshiciésemosThat we madeEl médico sugirió que nosotros hiciésemos ejercicio en el gimnasio.
Que vosotroshicieseisThat you madeEl cocinero sugirió que vosotros hicieseis las compras en la tienda.
Que ustedes/ellos/ellashiciesenThat you/they madeLa abuela esperaba que ellos hiciesen la cama todos los días.

Hacer Imperative

The imperative mood is used to give direct commands. There are both positive and negative commands. Notice that the second person singular command haz is irregular.

Positive Commands

hazMake!¡Haz la comida para la familia!
UstedhagaMake!¡Haga artesanías hermosas!
NosotroshagamosLet's make!¡Hagamos ejercicio en el gimnasio!
VosotroshacedMake!¡Haced las compras en la tienda!
UstedeshaganMake!¡Hagan la cama todos los días!

Negative Commands

no hagasDon't make!¡No hagas la comida para la familia!
Ustedno hagaDon't make!¡No haga artesanías hermosas!
Nosotrosno hagamosLet's not make!¡No hagamos ejercicio en el gimnasio!
Vosotrosno hagáisDon't make!¡No hagáis las compras en la tienda!
Ustedesno haganDon't make!¡No hagan la cama todos los días!

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Spanish Verb Conjugations

Present tenseSubjunctive
yohago  nosotroshacemos yohaga  nosotroshagamos
haces vosotroshacéishagas vosotroshagáis
él hace ellos hacenél haga ellos hagan
yohice nosotroshicimosyohacía nosotroshacíamos
hiciste vosotroshicisteishacías vosotroshacíais
él hizo ellos hicieronél hacía ellos hacían
yoharé nosotrosharemosyoharía nosotrosharíamos
harás vosotrosharéisharías vosotrosharíais
él hará ellos haránél haría ellos harían
Imperfect subjunctive Imperative
Conjugations with -ra (tú) haz
yohiciera (tú negativo)no hagas
hicieras (Ud.) haga
élhiciera (nosotros) hagamos
nosotroshiciéramos (vosotros) haced
vosotroshicierais (vosotros neg.)no hagáis
ellos hicieran (Uds.) hagan
Conjugations with -se   
yohiciese Gerundhaciendo
élhiciese Past participlehecho
ellos hiciesen      

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Subjunctive hacer

You might have seen a meme going around that compares “do”, “did”, and “done” in English to Spanish’s seemingly endless number of different forms of their equivalent verb: hacer. At first glance, this can seem extremely daunting and make Spanish seem like the hardest language ever! But don’t let this scare you off. Everything in Spanish has a pattern. Once you understand the hacer conjugation, it all makes perfect sense.

Hacer is an interesting word because it incorporates both the English “make” and “do”, which makes it one of the most used verbs in the Spanish language. And the good news is that as far as Spanish irregular verbs go, this is actually one of the tamer ones.

Note: If you’re not sure about any of the conjugations and what they mean, we’ve recently posted an in-depth explainer of all the Spanish tenses. Check that out if you need any further guidance with the topics of this post!

Verbals of hacer

Let’s start with looking at the few ways we can use hacer without it being in a conjugated form in a sentence. Verbals are the un-conjugated forms of the verb. They need to go with another verb which is conjugated in order to be used in a sentence.

Infinitive: hacer (to do)

Example: Mi marido no está motivado a hacer ejercicio. | My husband is not motivated to do exercise.

Gerund: haciendo (doing)

Example: Julio se está haciendo el enemigo de todos. | Julio is becoming everyone’s enemy.

See more on how to use the gerund in our estar conjugation guide.

Participle: hecho (done)

Example: No he hecho nada malo pero aún así le caigo mal a mi profesor. | I haven’t done anything wrong but my teacher still doesn’t like me.

For an explanation on this structure, see our article on how to use haber.

Hacer conjugation: basic forms

The most common hacer conjugation forms are as follows:

él, ella, Ustedhacehizoharáhacía
ellos, ellas, ustedeshacenhicieronharánhacían

Examples of hacer conjugation in present tense

  • Hago mis deberes no porque quiero sino porque necesito.| I do my homework not because I want to but because I have to.
  • Me haces sonreír con la manera que me hablas. | You make me smile with the way you talk.
  • Mis padres hacen paella cada domingo. | My parents make paella every Sunday.

The present tense is not so hard to remember: almost a regularly conjugated -er ending verb, with the exception of the first person conjugation.

Examples of hacer conjugation in past preterite tense

  • Hice mi propio desayuno ayer. | I made my own breakfast yesterday.
  • Mi novio me hizo una flor de papel. | My boyfriend made me a paper flower.
  • Hicimos lo que pensábamos que iba a ser lo correcto. | We did what we thought was right.

Examples of hacer conjugation in future tense

  • Haré lo que sea necesario para no perder a mi hijo. | I’ll do whatever is necessary in order not to lose my son.
  • ¿Haréis la presentación hoy? | Will you do the presentation today?
  • Sus nietos me harán caso a mí? | Will your grandchildren pay any attention to me?

Note that even the future form of hacer is irregular. While the future tense is usually formed simply by adding the endings to the infinitive form, the future hacer conjugation is formed by taking out the ce from the middle of the word, and then adding those endings.

What have you noticed so far about sentences using the verb hacer?

This is a transitive verb, which means that it is always followed by a direct object, unless that object is implied. Hacer can also be ditransitive, meaning it can take both a direct and indirect object. The indirect object is usually in the form of an indirect pronoun.

Examples of hacer conjugation in past imperfect tense

  • Yo hacía tareas de casa por 8 horas cada día durante 10 años. | I did housework for 8 hours a day for 10 years.
  • Los colores de la foto la hacía verdaderamente bonita. | The colours of the photo made it truly beautiful.
  • Hacíamos todo lo que podíamos para dejar de fumar. | We did everything we could to quit smoking.

If you’ve already studied up on the regular conjugations in Spanish, you might notice that there is nothing strange about this conjugation at all. In fact, the past imperfect is the only hacer conjugation that is completely regular.

Note: You might have noticed that hacía can mean both “I did” and “he/she/it did”. If the context is at all ambiguous, make sure you include a subject in your sentence. It’s good practice to put it in anyway, while you’re learning, just to be sure there is no confusion!

Hacer conjugation: Advanced forms

If you’ve mastered that first lot and are ready for something a bit more challenging, here are the subjunctive and conditional forms of the hacer conjugation in Spanish.

SubjectPresent Subjunctive (that you) haveImperfect Subjunctive
(if I) had…
(I) would have
él, ella, Ustedhagahicieraharía
ellos, ellas, ustedesvayanhicieranharían

Examples of hacer conjugation in present subjunctive

  • Cuando haga lo que prometió, tal vez lo perdono. | When he does what he promised, I might forgive him.
  • Haga lo que haga mi hermano, yo siempre lo amaré igual. | Whatever my brother does, I’ll always love him the same.
  • La profesora no permite que ellos hagan ruido. | The teacher won’t let them make noise.

If you’re not sure when you’d use this verb form, check out Spanish Obsessed’s subjunctive guide.

Examples of hacer conjugation in imperfect subjunctive & conditional

  • Si yo hiciera tu trabajo, ya habría renunciado. | If I did your job, I would have already resigned.
  • Si tú hicieras más exercisio, te sentirías mejor. | If you did more exercise, you’d feel better.
  • Si él quisiera, su abuela le haría unos guantes. | If he wanted, she would make him some gloves.
  • Si te hiciera feliz, te lo haría. | If it made you happy, I’d do it for you.

If you’re not quite sure about this sentence structure, Clozemaster has an in-depth guide to the Spanish conditional that you’ll find handy!

Hacer conjugation: Commands

Singular command – haz

A common phrase you’ll hear in Spanish is házlo, meaning “do it”. This comes from the command form of hacer, which is simply haz. This is a very handy little word which you can use in any (informal) situation to tell someone to do something. As well as házlo, it is also common to say:

  • haz esto
  • haz algo
  • házme feliz
  • haz tu trabajo

Keep in mind this command is always second person singular. If you want to address a bigger group of people (aka, more than one), there are two ways to do that.

Plural command – Spain informal

In Spain, when commanding a group of people informally, they say haced.

E.g: Haced el dinero, luego hablamos. | Make the money, then we’ll talk.

Plural command – Latin America & Spain formal

In Latin America, there is no distinction between formal and informal address in the plural (i.e: there is no vosotros). So for addressing a group of people, the formal command in Spain is the same as any situation in Latin America. This takes the same form as the third-person plural subjunctive, so for hacer it is hagan.


  • Hagan lo que quieran, no me importa. | Do whatever you want, I don’t care.
  • Hagan sus preguntas al final de la reunion, por favor. | Ask (lit. make) your questions at the end of the meeting, please.

Well, there you have it. Now we have been through all the hacer conjugation forms. Now that you know what they all mean, and that they are all there for a reason, you’ll be able to master hacer with a little practice!

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