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Homework Help: Spanish

Posted by Kelly on Wednesday, November 26, 2008 at 3:08pm.

For a presentation, I am trying to say "These works of art are no longer made." I'm having trouble figuring out what verb tense I should use, though. So far I have:

"Estas obras ya no..." but I don't know how to finish the sentence. Son hecho? Fueron hecho? Han hecho? I can't figure it out. I know this might be easier if I phrased the sentence in the active, rather than passive, voice, but I'd prefer to write it this way, in light of the rest of the paragraph.

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