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Reflexive 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.
Reflexive Verbs They 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
Reflexive Pronouns The use of reflexive verbs requires the use of reflexive pronouns. Subject Pronoun Reflexive Pronoun Subject Pronoun Reflexive Pronoun YoMe (myself)NosotrosNos (ourselves) TúTe (yourself)VosotrosOs (yourselves) Él, ella, ustedSe (himself, herself, yourself) Ellos, ellas, Ustedes Se (themselves, yourselves)
Example Lavarse = to wash (one’s self) Me lavéI wash myselfNos lavamos We wash ourselves Te lavaste You wash yourself Os lavasteis You all wash yourselves Se lavó He, she, you wash youself Se lavaron They wash themselves, You all wash yourselves
Example Secarse= to dry (one’s self) Me sequéI dried myselfNos secamos We dried ourselves Te secaste You dried yourself Os secasteis You all dried yourselves (Spain) Se secó He, she, you dried herself/himself/ your(formal)self Se secaron They dried themselves, You all dried yourselves
Example Ponerse-to put on Me puseI put on myselfNos pusimos We put on ourselves Te pusiste You put on yourself Os pusisteis You all dput on yourselves (Spain) Se puso He, she, you put on herself/himself/ your(formal)self Se pusieron They put on themselves, You all dried yourselves
Nonreflexive vs Reflexive Verbs have different meanings when they are reflexive vs when they aren’t. NonreflexiveReflexive Acostar = to put to bedAcostarse = to go to bed Dormir = to sleepDormirse = to fall asleep Enfermar = to make sickEnfermarse = to become sick Ir = to goIrse = to go away, to leave Levantar = to liftLevantarse = to get up Poner = to put, to placePonerse = to put on Vestir = to dressVestirse = to get dressed Llamar = to callLlamarse = to be called
Reflexive 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 asleep Ducharse = to showerAcostarse (o-ue) = to go to bed Bañarse = 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 dressed Lavarse los dientes = to brush teeth
Using 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 asleep Ducharse = to showerAcostarse (o-ue) = to go to bed Bañarse = 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 dressed Lavarse los dientes = to brush teeth
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