2 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.
3 Reflexive 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
4 Reflexive 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)
5 Example 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
6 Example 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
7 Example 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
8 Nonreflexive 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
9 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 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
10 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 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
11 PE 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
12 Write what you found out about two people. . Sra. Ruiz fue de compras.
13 Turn 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
15 TAREA ¿Qué te hiciste esta mañana? Use 7 reflexive verbs to describe how you got yourself ready