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Reflexive verbs Reflexive verbs are used to talk about things that you do to yourself. In Spanish you specify whom you bathe, shower, shave, etc. To say “I need to take a bath” or “I need to bathe” you say “ Necesito bañarme.” “I need to bathe myself”
My name is Peter I call myself Peter
Me llamo Pedro What’s your name? How do you call yourself? ¿Cómo te llamas His name is Raul He calls himself Raul Él se llama Raul. Our name is “N’Sync” We call ourselves “N’Sync” “Nos llamamos N’Sync” Their names are Ana and Bob. They call themselves Ana and Bob Se llaman Ana y Bob,
With gusta we use these object pronouns
Me nos te os le les With reflexive verbs we use these reflexive pronouns me nos te os se se 3rd person is “se” for him/herself
With “gusta verbs” the verb and pronoun did not have to agree…
With “gusta verbs” the verb and pronoun did not have to agree… me gusta, te gusta, le gustan With reflexive verbs the verb and the pronoun MUST agree. I put on my pants Me pongo los pantalones
Me quito los zapatos de tenis.
Te cepillas el pelo con una peina. Se seca el cuerpo con una toalla. Nos afeitamos con la crema de afeitar Se duermen en la cama.
Often reflexive verbs are used in verb phrases…
Quiero bañarme. I want to take a bath. Piensas ducharte You plan to shower He wants to get dressed Quiere vestirse We’re going to wash up Vamos a lavarnos
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