Past participles: hacer, decir, satisfacer

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Past participles: hacer, decir, satisfacer

These verbs have irregular past participles:

Hacer (to make): hecho (done) 
Decir (to say): dicho (said) 
Satisfacer (to satisfy): satisfecho (satisfied)

These verbs follow the same rules as verbs with regular past participles.

Ya te lo he dicho.

I've already told you.

Hay un cliente satisfecho.

There is a satisfied customer.

Todavía no está hecho.

It's not done yet.


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