Some expressions followed by infinitives

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  • 1. Some expressions followed by infinitives
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  • 2. What someone has to do
    Deber- should do
    Debemospasar la aspiradora antes de la fiesta.
    We should vacuum before the party.
    Tenerque- to have to
    Tienesquesacar la basura a la calle.
    You have to take the trash out to the street.
    Me/te/le/nos/os/les toca- have the turn to
    A mí no me tocabarrerhoy. A titetocabarrertodos los pisos.
    It’s not my turn to sweep today. It’s your turn to sweep all the floors.
  • 3. What has to be done
    Hay que- to be necessary to
    Hay quebañar al gato.
    The cat needs to be bathed.
    Hacer el favor de- to do the favor of
    Hazme el favor de pasar la aspiradora.
    Please vacuum.
    Favor de- please
    Favor de no darles de comer a los animales.
    Please don’t feed the animals.