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2.1 © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc Reflexive and reciprocal verbs Reflexive verbs typically describe an action that the subject does to or for himself, herself, or itself. Reflexive verbs are conjugated like their non-reflexive counterparts but always use reflexive pronouns. Bruno se réveille.Bruno réveille son fils. Reflexive verbNon-reflexive verb
2.1 © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc Reflexive and reciprocal verbs Reflexive verbs se réveiller to wake up je tu il/elle nous vous ils/elles me réveille te réveilles se réveille nous réveillons vous réveillez se réveillent
2.1 © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc Reflexive and reciprocal verbs Many verbs used to describe routines are reflexive. sarrêter to stop (oneself) se brosser to brush se coucher to go to bed se couper to cut oneself se déshabiller to undress se dépêcher to hurry se détendre to relax se fâcher (contre) to get angry (with) shabiller to get dressed shabituer à to get used to sinquiéter to worry sintéresser (à) to be interested (in) se laver to wash oneself se lever to get up se maquiller to put on makeup se peigner to comb se raser to shave se rendre compte de to realize se reposer to rest
2.1 © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc Reflexive and reciprocal verbs Some verbs can be used reflexively or non-reflexively. Use the non-reflexive form if the verb acts upon something other than the subject. La passagère se fâche. The passenger is getting angry. Tu fâches la passagère. You are angering the passenger.
2.1 © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc Many non- reflexive verbs change meaning when they are used with a reflexive pronoun and might not literally express a reflexive action. aller to go amuser to amuse apercevoir to catch sight of attendre to wait (for) demander to ask douter to doubt ennuyer to bother entendre to hear mettre to put servir to serve tromper to deceive sen aller to go away samuser to have fun sapercevoir to realize sattendre à to expect se demander to wonder se douter de to suspect sennuyer to get bored sentendre bien avec to get along with se mettre à to begin se servir de to use se tromper to be mistaken Reflexive and reciprocal verbs
2.1 © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc Reflexive and reciprocal verbs A number of verbs are used only in the reflexive form, but may not literally express a reflexive action. se méfier de to distrust se moquer de to make fun of se souvenir de to remember se taire to be quiet
2.1 © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc Reflexive and reciprocal verbs Form the affirmative imperative of a reflexive verb by adding the reflexive pronoun at the end of the verb with a hyphen in between. For negative commands, begin with ne and place the reflexive pronoun immediately before the verb. Habillons-nous. Il faut partir! Lets get dressed. We have to leave! Ne vous inquiétez pas. Dont worry.
2.1 © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc Reflexive and reciprocal verbs Remember to change te to toi in affirmative commands. Repose-toi bien ce week-end. Rest up this weekend. Tais-toi! Be quiet!
2.1 © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc Reflexive and reciprocal verbs Repose-toi bien ce week-end. Rest up this weekend. Tais-toi! Be quiet!
2.1 © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc Reflexive and reciprocal verbs Use lun(e) lautre and lun(e) à lautre, or their plural forms les un(e)s les autres and les un(e)s aux autres, to emphasize that an action is reciprocal. Béa et Yves se regardent. Béa and Yves look at each other. Béa and Yves look at themselves butBéa et Yves se regardent lun lautre. Béa and Yves look at each other. Ils senvoient des s. They send each other s. They send themselves s. butIls senvoient des s les uns aux autres. They send each other s.
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