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Grammar Chapter 2A. Reflexive verbs Some Spanish verbs have se attached to the end of the infinitive. The se is the reflexive pronoun.

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1 Grammar Chapter 2A

2 Reflexive verbs Some Spanish verbs have se attached to the end of the infinitive. The se is the reflexive pronoun

3 cepillarse yo me cepillonosotros nosotras nos cepillamos tútú te cepillasvosotros vosotras os cepilláis Ud. él ella se cepilla Uds. ellos ellas se cepillan

4 Definite Articles A definite article is generally used instead of a possessive adjective when using a reflexive verb to talk about personal items. Me pongo los zapatos. I put on my shoes. ¿Quieres lavarte las manos? Do you want to wash your hands

5 The word se sometimes combined with the él/ ella/ Ud. or the ellos/ ellas/ Uds. form of a verb in order to express the action. Se habla español aquí. Spanish is spoken here. Las verduras se comen muchas People often eat vegetables veces para el almuerzo. for lunch.

6 The preterite tense of reflexive verbs Bañé al perroI gave the dog a bath. Me bañé.I took a bath. Ella vistió a su hermanita. She dressed her little sister. Ella se vistió.She got dressed. Reflexive and non reflexive verbs follow the same patterns you have learned for forming the preterite tense.

7 Demonstrative Pronouns Demonstrative adjectives become demonstrative pronouns when they are used with written accent marks and when they take the place of a noun.

8 Los pronombres demostrativos singular plural masculinofemeninomasulinofemenino ésteéstaéstoséstas éseésaésosésas aquélaquéllaaquéllosaquéllas


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