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Old July 30, 2017, 07:33 PM
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Those Glasses Make You Look Good

Those glasses make you look good.

Esos anteojos/lentes hacen verte bien.
Esos anteojos/lentes te hacen verte bien.
Esos anteojos/lentes te hacen lucir bien.
Esos anteojos/lentes hacen que te veas bien.


Please tell me which, if any, of the above sentences are correct?

I know there are many other ways to convey the same meaning, but I would like to know if any of the above sentences are even viable using the verb "hacer."
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