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  • 1. Page 80 Realidades 2 Reflexive Verbs
  • 2. Do you remember your Indirect Object Pronouns?
  • 3. Indirect Object Pronouns
    • me (to or for me)
    • te (to or for you)
    • le (to or for him, her, it)
    • nos (to or for us)
    • les (to or for them, you all)
  • 4. Placement of Indirect Object Pronouns
    • Indirect Object Pronouns, me, te, le, nos, and les are placed either before a conjugated verb or attached to the end of an infinitive.
  • 5. Before the verb or after the infinitive:
    • Before the verb :
    • Le vas a dar el libro a Elena?
    • Sí, le voy a dar el libro a Elena.
    • After the infinitive :
    • Vas a dar le el libro a Elena?
    • Sí, voy a dar le el libro a Elena.
  • 6.
    • Today we are learning about
    • reflexive verbs and they have
    • pronouns much like Indirect
    • Object Pronouns and are
    • used much in the same way.
    • Make sure you have your
    • Indirect Object Pronouns
    • memorized.
  • 7. Reflexive Verbs
    • Reflexive verbs are used to tell that a person does something to or for him- or herself.
  • 8. Reflexive Verbs
    • Reflexive verbs have two parts: a reflexive pronoun (me, te, se, nos, se) and a verb form.
  • 9. Reflexive Verbs
    • LAVAR SE (to wash oneself)
    Verb Form Reflexive Pronoun
  • 10. Reflexive Verbs
    • In English, we really don’t identify with reflexive verbs. So these will seem strange to you.
  • 11. Reflexive Verbs
    • In English, a sentence using a “so called” reflexive verb might be…
    • Lauren brushes her hair.
    • Scott bathes himself.
  • 12. Reflexive Verbs
    • You must remember that these are actions being done to oneself, by oneself . For example:
    • I wash my (my own) hair.
  • 13. Reflexive Pronouns
    • me (to or for myself)
    • te (to or for yourself)
    • se (to or for himself, herself, it)
    • nos (to or for ourselves)
    • os (to or for you all)
    • se (to or for themselves, you all, or each other)
    • I wash myself
    • You wash yourself
    • He, She, It washes himelf, etc.
    • We wash ourselves
    • They wash themselves
  • 15. LAVARSE
    • me lav o
    • te lav as
    • se lav a
    • nos lav amos
    • os lav áis
    • se lav an
  • 16. Reflexive Pronouns
    • They can either go before a conjugated verb or after an infinitive.
  • 17. Reflexive Pronouns
    • Before the verb :
    • Me voy a lavar el pelo.
    • After the infinitive :
    • Voy a lavar me el pelo.
  • 18. Reflexive Verbs
    • Let’s do more verbs!
    • me cepill o
    • te cepill as
    • se cepill a
    • nos cepill amos
    • os cepill áis
    • se cepill an
  • 20. DUCHARSE
    • me duch o
    • te duch as
    • se duch a
    • nos duch amos
    • os duch áis
    • se duch an
  • 21. Reflexive Verbs
    • When using reflexive verbs to talk about parts of the body, use the definite article. (the el, la, los, las that mean “the”)
  • 22. Reflexive Verbs
    • Nos lavamos el pelo.
    • Te cepillas los dientes?