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1 Reflexive verbs and demonstrative adjectives By: Colby Erler, Chad Flood and Tyler Narsingh
2 FamiliarizingSome verbs in Spanish have “se” attached to the end of the infinitive. The “se” is a reflexive pronoun and the verb is called a reflexive verb.
3 ContinuedReflexive verbs are conjugated the same as non-reflexive verbs; however, they are used with a corresponding reflexive pronoun, which may precede a verb or be attached to the end of an infinitive or a present participle
4 The preterite tense of reflexive verbs They require an appropriate reflexive pronounExamples:Me bane. ( I took a bath)Ella se vistio. (she got dressed)
5 Demonstrative Adjectives They indicate where someone or something is located in relation to the speaker. These include este, esta, estos, estas, ese esos, esas, aquel, aquella, aquellos, and aquellas.
6 Examples: No me gusta este jabon. (I do not like this soap) Tampoco me gusta ese jabon(I do not like that soap either)Prefiero aquel jabon(I prefer that soap over there)
7 Demonstative adjectives can become pronouns when they are used with a written accent mark and take the place of a noun.singularpluralmasculinofemeninoMasculinoésteéstaéstoséstaséseésaésosésasAquélAquéllaAquéllosaquéllas