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© Boardworks Ltd of 21 KS3 Spanish – Year 7 En casa Part 3 Unidad 4
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 En casa Contenido Reflexive verbs Mi rutina Stem change verbs
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© Boardworks Ltd of 21 GRAMMAR Reflexive verbs are generally used to express actions that we do to ourselves, e.g. I wash myself, and often include the word get e.g. I get washed. In Spanish you use a ‘reflexive pronoun’ in place of myself or get: lavarse - to get washed 1. Write out the verb as if it were a normal regular verb. 2. Add the correct reflexive pronoun. me te se nos os se In the dictionary, the letters se on the end of the infinitive tell you it is a reflexive verb. Reflexive verbs 1
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 GRAMMAR lavarse to get washed lavoI get washed me lavas te you get washed se lavahe / she gets washed lavamos nos we get washed os laváisyou get washed lavan se they get washed Reflexive verbs 2
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 GRAMMAR Using what you have learnt about the verb lavarse to help you, try writing the following two verbs out in full in the same way (they are both regular -ar verbs). levanto levantas levanta levantamos levantáis levantan ducho duchas ducha duchamos ducháis duchan levantarse - to get upducharse - to have a shower me te se nos os se me te se nos os se Reflexive verbs 3
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 GRAMMAR despertarse- to wake up levantarse- to get up lavarse- to get washed afeitarse- to have a shave ducharse- to have a shower vestirse- to get dressed quitarse la ropa - to get undressed cepillarse los dientes - to brush your teeth arreglarse- to get ready acostarse- to go to bed The three verbs with an orange letter are stem change verbs as well as reflexive verbs. Write a short description of your daily routine using the verbs given here. Here are some other reflexive verbs which may be of use when you want to talk about your daily routine in Spanish: Reflexive verbs 4
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 Mi rutina 1
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 Mi rutina 2
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 ¿A qué hora… te despiertas? te levantas? te lavas? te duchas? te vistes? te cepillas los dientes? te acuestas? Me despierto Me levanto Me lavo… a las Mi rutina 3
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 Mi rutina 4
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 Mi rutina 5
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 Mi rutina 6
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 Mi rutina 7 Mira los dibujos e inventa la rutina de los Beckham.
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 GRAMMAR -o > -ue In unit 3 we studied this type of stem changing verb: In this unit we will study the following type: Stem change verbs 1 -o > -ue -e > -ie
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 GRAMMAR 4. Change the -o to -ue on parts acostar(se) = to go to bed 1. Identify the group to which the verb belongs = -ar 2. Write out verb as if it were regular. 3. Identify the vowel to change: it is ALWAYS the vowel just before the infinitive ending. acostar(se): o changes to ue 1. me acuesto 2. te acuestas 3. se acuesta 4. nos acostamos 5. os acostáis 6. se acuestan 1. me acuesto 2. te acuestas 3. se acuesta 4. nos acostamos 5. os acostáis 6. se acuestan -o > -ue Stem change verbs 2
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 GRAMMAR poder = to be able poder: o changes to ue -o > -ue 4. Change the -o to -ue on parts Identify the group to which the verb belongs = -er 2. Write out verb as if it were regular. 3. Identify the vowel to change: it is ALWAYS the vowel just before the infinitive ending. 1. puedo 2. puedes 3. puede 4. podemos 5. podéis 6. pueden 1. puedo 2. puedes 3. puede 4. podemos 5. podéis 6. pueden -o > -ue Stem change verbs 3
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 GRAMMAR dormir(se) = to sleep dormir: o changes to ue -o > - ue 4. Change the –o to –ue on parts Identify the group to which the verb belongs = -ir 2. Write out verb as if it were regular. 3. Identify the vowel to change: It is ALWAYS the vowel just before the infinitive ending. 1. me duermo 2. te duermes 3. se duerme 4. nos dormimos 5. os dormís 6. se duermen 1. me duermo 2. te duermes 3. se duerme 4. nos dormimos 5. os dormís 6. se duermen -o > -ue Stem change verbs 4
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 GRAMMAR -o > -ue Stem change verbs 5
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 GRAMMAR -o > -ue Stem change verbs 6
© Boardworks Ltd of 21 Reflexive verbs Reflexive verbs are generally used to express actions that we do to ourselves. In Spanish you use reflexive pronouns. me, te, se nos, os, se Repaso
© Boardworks Ltd of 29 KS3 Spanish – Year 8 La comida Part 2 Unidad 8.
Page 18 Avancemos 3 – Lección Preliminar Reflexive Verbs.
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