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Don’t do it in Spanish 🇪🇸

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don’t do it no lo hagas
How to say “don’t do it” in Spanish? “No lo hagas”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “no lo hagas” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on don’t do it in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the word:
– Associate “no lo hagas” with the English phrase “don’t do it” as they have the same meaning.
– Break down the phrase: “no” means “no,” “lo” is a direct object pronoun meaning “it,” and “hagas” is the second person singular of the verb “hacer” (to do/make).

– “No lo hagas” is a phrase in Spanish that translates to “don’t do it” in English.
– The word “no” is used to negate the action, and “lo” is the pronoun representing the direct object. “Hagas” is the conjugated form of the verb “hacer” (to do/make), specifically in the second person singular.

Other words with a similar meaning:
– “No lo realices” (do not perform/do it)
– “No lo ejecutes” (do not execute/do it)
– “No lo practiques” (do not practice/do it)
– “No lo cometas” (do not commit/do it)

Verb conjugations of “hacer” in the present tense:
– Yo hago (I do/make)
– Tú haces (you do/make)
– Él/Ella/Usted hace (he/she/you(formal) do/make)
– Nosotros/Nosotras hacemos (we do/make)
– Vosotros/Vosotras hacéis (you all do/make)
– Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes hacen (they/you all do/make)

Examples of sentences using “no lo hagas”:
1. No lo hagas, te puedes lastimar. (Don’t do it, you can get hurt.)
2. Es peligroso, no lo hagas. (It’s dangerous, don’t do it.)
3. Por favor, no lo hagas, es importante para mí. (Please, don’t do it, it’s important to me.)
4. Si sientes miedo, no lo hagas. (If you feel scared, don’t do it.)
5. Mi consejo es que no lo hagas, no vale la pena. (My advice is not to do it, it’s not worth it.)

(Note: These examples include the phrase “no lo hagas” in different contexts.)

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