Reflexive verbs are used to talk aboutpeople doing something to themselves.Vestirse (ei): Yo me visto. I dress myself. Cepillarse: Ella se cepilla el pelo. She brushes her hair.
There are a few things that make reflexive verbs “special”.1.All reflexive verbs end with –SE.2.-SE is the reflexive pronoun.3.The reflexive pronoun shows who the action is being done to.
Here are the 6 reflexive pronouns: (yo) ME (nosotros) NOS (tú) TE (vosotros) OS (ud., él, ella) (uds., ellos, SE ellas) SE
To conjugate a reflexive verb,use these 3 SIMPLE STEPS: STEP 1:1. Take off the –SE and put it in front of the verb. bañarse Se bañar
STEP 2:2. Change the SE to match the subject (Yo) Se bañar Me bañar
STEP 3:3. Conjugate the verb to match the subject (Yo) Me bañar (yo) Me baño
Reflexive verbs can beNON-reflexive if the action isbeing done to something else. Yo me afeito la cara. I shave my face. Yo afeito el perro. I shave the dog.
Reflexive pronouns with infinitives Reflexive pronouns are placed before conjugated verbs OR after and attached to the end of the infinitive. The reflexive pronoun must still match the subject of the sentence. Ex. Yo me lavo las manos. Yo voy a lavarme las manos.
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