Consejito de la semana
La frase idiomática “makes sense” se traduce al español como “tiene sentido”. Aunque es muy común, el uso de “hace sentido” es incorrecto por tratarse de una traducción literal que, de hecho, carece de sentido. O sea, decir “hace sentido” no tiene ningún sentido.
Tip of the Week
The idiomatic phrase “makes sense” is translated into Spanish as “tiene sentido.” Although many people say “hace sentido”, it is incorrect to do so, because it is a literal translation that, in fact, makes no sense at all.
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