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Pronominal Verbs
Pronominal Verbs
Pronominal Verbs
Pronominal Verbs
Pronominal Verbs
Pronominal Verbs
Pronominal Verbs
Pronominal Verbs
Pronominal Verbs
Pronominal Verbs
Pronominal Verbs
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  • 1. LES VERBES PRONOMINAUX
  • 2. Pronominal verbs are verbs that need a reflexive pronoun in addition to a subject pronoun, because the subject(s) performing the action of the verb are the same as the object(s) being acted upon
  • 3. Se Lever ( to take a bath) Je me lève Nous nous levons Tu te lèves Vous vous levez Il se lève Ils se lèvent Elle se lève Elles se lèvent
  • 4. se baigner to bathe, swim se fatiguer to get tired se coucher to go to bed se lever to get up s’habiller to get dressed se maquiller to put on makeup se brosser (les cheveux, les dents) to brush (one's hair, one's teeth) se laver (les mains , le visage) to wash (one's hands, one's face)
  • 5. Se promener – To take a walk ils se promènent. Elle promène le chien. They’re taking a walk. She's taking the dog for a walk.
  • 6. Se laver – to take a bath Il se lave. Je lave le bébé. He is taking a bath. I'm giving bath to the baby.
  • 7. While reflexive verbs tell you that one or more subjects are acting upon themselves, reciprocal verbs indicate that there are two or more subjects acting on one another
  • 8. s'adorer to adore (one another) se dire to tell s'aimer to love se téléphoner to call se regarder to look at se parler to talk to (one another) se détester to hate se connaître to know se disputer to argue se rencontrer to meet se comprendre to understand
  • 9. Ils se parlent. Nous nous téléphonons.
  • 10. 1. Le matin , je ____________ (se réveiller) à 6 heures. 2. Nous _______________ (se parler) depuis vingt minute. 3. Les étudiantes _______________ (se demander) pourquoi , le professeur, est-il absent ? 4. La belle fille _____________ (se maquiller) tous les jours. 5. Quand le directeur entre la salle, toutes les personnes _______________ (se lever).
  • 11. Quelques verbes que vous pouvez utiliser sont Se réveiller se laver se lever se coucher S’habiller se raser s’habiller se brosser Déjeuner étudier se promener travailler
  • 12. Ecrivez sur une feuille : Qu’est – ce que vous trouver le plus difficile dans ce sujet?
  • 13. Merci beaucoup

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