2Reflexive verbs What do you mean reflexive? They are reflexive because the doer (subject) is the receiver of the action (verb).More commonly they are things that one does to themselves.
3Reflexive VerbsThey all look the same when they are not conjugated because they will have “se” attached to the end of the verb.Ex: acostarse, dormirse, levantarse, llamarse
4Reflexive PronounsThe use of reflexive verbs requires the use of reflexive pronouns.Subject PronounReflexive PronounSubject PronounYoMe (myself)NosotrosNos (ourselves)TúTe (yourself)VosotrosOs (yourselves)Él, ella, ustedSe (himself, herself, yourself)Ellos, ellas, UstedesSe (themselves, yourselves)
5Example Lavarse = to wash (one’s self) Me lavé I wash myself Nos lavamosWe wash ourselvesTe lavasteYou wash yourselfOs lavasteisYou all wash yourselvesSe lavóHe, she, you wash youselfSe lavaronThey wash themselves, You all wash yourselves
6Example Secarse= to dry (one’s self) Me sequé I dried myself Nos secamosWe dried ourselvesTe secasteYou dried yourselfOs secasteisYou all dried yourselves (Spain)Se secóHe, she, you dried herself/himself/your(formal)selfSe secaronThey dried themselves, You all dried yourselves
7Example Ponerse-to put on Me puse I put on myself Nos pusimos We put on ourselvesTe pusisteYou put on yourselfOs pusisteisYou all dput on yourselves (Spain)Se pusoHe, she, you put on herself/himself/your(formal)selfSe pusieronThey put on themselves, You all dried yourselves
8Nonreflexive vs Reflexive Verbs have different meanings when they are reflexive vs when they aren’t.NonreflexiveReflexiveAcostar = to put to bedAcostarse = to go to bedDormir = to sleepDormirse = to fall asleepEnfermar = to make sickEnfermarse = to become sickIr = to goIrse = to go away, to leaveLevantar = to liftLevantarse = to get upPoner = to put, to placePonerse = to put onVestir = to dressVestirse = to get dressedLlamar = to callLlamarse = to be called
9Reflexive Verb Common Uses Commonly used with verbs that describe our daily routine.Despertarse (e-ie) = to wake upPeinarse = to brush, comb (hair)Levantarse = to get upDormirse (o-ue) = to fall asleepDucharse = to showerAcostarse (o-ue) = to go to bedBañarse = to batheComerse = to feed (one’s self)Secarse = to dryPonerse = to put on (clothing)Afeitarse = to shaveQuitarse = to take off (clothing)Maquillarse = to put on makeupVestirse = to get dressedLavarse los dientes = to brush teeth
10Using the list write out your daily routine on a separate sheet of paper. You should have at least 8 steps.Despertarse (e-ie) = to wake upPeinarse = to brush, comb (hair)Levantarse = to get upDormirse (o-ue) = to fall asleepDucharse = to showerAcostarse (o-ue) = to go to bedBañarse = to batheComerse = to feed (one’s self)Secarse = to dryPonerse = to put on (clothing)Afeitarse = to shaveQuitarse = to take off (clothing)Maquillarse = to put on makeupVestirse = to get dressedLavarse los dientes = to brush teeth
11PE 13/2Write three questions for a friend about their weekend. Use the vocab from your chapter 1 organizer. (grab a book from the cupboard)(use the tu form of the preterite to ask questions)¿Manejaste un borce de espacio?-did you drive a spaceship?AgendaChatSculpture galleryTarea
12Write what you found out about two people. . Sra. Ruiz fue de compras.
13Turn in your sculpture galeria notes, complete act 1 and 7 from worksheet on counter. TAREA **Homework quiz Wednesday¿Cómo son tus amigos? Mis amigos son….(use three adjectives)¿Qué les gusta hacer tus amigos? a mis amigos les gusta ( use two activities and two nouns/things)Vocab quiz Thursday
14"Cupido a flechado tu corazon" Cupid has reached your heart "Quieres ser mi valentin?" Do you want to be my valentine? "Eres irresisible" you're irresistible "Feliz dia de amor y amistad!!!" Happy Valentines Day!!!Sé mi amor
15TAREA ¿Qué te hiciste esta mañana? Use 7 reflexive verbs to describe how you got yourself ready