In the most part the Spanish verb hacer present tense is quite regular in its formation. Hacer present tense is, apart from the imperfect tense, the least irregular of the different tenses because hacer in it’s yo form is the only conjugation that differs from how regular present tense -er verbs are conjugated as shown in the table below.

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The Present Tense Form of Hacer

The present tense of hacer is formed by taking the stem of the verb, which is hac- and adding the regular endings for present tense -er verbs, apart from hacer yo form, which is commonly referred to a a ‘go’ conjugation, because it ends in…yes you’ve guessed it…‘go’, but it also drops the ‘c’ from the end of the stem.

All endings are highlighted in red and the irregular yo ending is also in bold.

yo hago I do/make
haces You do/make
él, ella, usted hace He/She does/makes, and You do/make
nosotros/as hacemos We do/make
vosotros/as hacéis You do/make
ellos, ellas, ustedes hacen They/You do/make

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