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The Spanish word for care is cuidado.

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!Cuidado! is an exclamation that means "watch out!"

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"Hagaís" is the present subjunctive form for vosotros (you guys). Espero que hagaís postre. I hope that you guys make/are making dessert.

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This verb means "to poison (unintentionally)"

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This verb means "to poison (intentionally)."

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The noun "poison" is "el veneno." Cuidado!

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"Hagamos" is the present subjunctive form for nosotros (us). Espero que hagamos postre. I hope that we make/are making dessert (no tóxico jaja).

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"Haga" is the present subjunctive form for él/ella/usted. Espero que haga postre. I hope that he, she, or you make dessert.

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"Hagas" is the present subjunctive form for tu (you). Espero que hagas postre. I hope that you make dessert.

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"Haga" is the present subjunctive form for yo (I).

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