You would have to be more specific and use other wording, depending on whether it is doing missed work (e.g.:"la tarea/los deberes atrasados") or alternative work to make up (compensate) for the missed work (e.g.: "la tarea/los deberes de recuperación").
If you really want people to understand, you can be more specific.
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I have to set the scene a little bit carefully to get my imaginary preteen in the U. " Malcolm indignantly responds, "I have already done my homework!
" (With his parents, he would have used a contraction -- "I've already done my homework" -- but he instinctively avoids using contractions with his grandmother.) So, in short, if you've just done your homework, then it's still today → "he hecho".
Snapping is so addictive that Snapchat users reportedly spend 20-30 minutes daily on the app, and many of our students are already on board. Instruct students to find five words in Spanish they particularly struggle to pronounce.
Preferably these are words germane to the current topics, grammar lessons and tenses you’ve been reviewing with them recently.b.
To do so I would ask a classmate about what they did at school and what is the hw. I'm not sure there's a direct translation for that in Spanish.
We don't have a word for that concept in Spain (the education system gives you far fewer opportunities to redo/retake homework and tests).