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Adela Reflexives

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  • el perro se cepilla los dientes .... ellos se divierten...vestir es 'e' to 'i' not 'ie' ...tiene muchos errores
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  • 1. Spanish Reflexive Verbs By Adela Kodra
  • 2. Afeitar se : to shave oneself Verb Pronoun El bebé se afeita. Example: I shave.: Yo me afeito. You shave.:Tú te afeitas. He/She/You Formal shaves: Él/ Ella/ Usted se afeita. We shave.:Nosotros nos afeitamos. You guys shave.: Vosotros os afeitáis. They shave.: Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes se afetian.
  • 3. Cepillarse: to brush oneself El perro se cepilla sus dientes.
  • 4. Despertarse: to wake up * The second “e” in despertarse changes to “ie”, when congregated, except in the forms of nosotros and vosotros* Yo me despierto a las seis y media.
  • 5. Equivocarse: to make mistakes; to be mistaken Tú te equivocas mucho!
  • 6. Divertirse: to have fun; to enjoy oneself Ellos se diverten en el parque.
  • 7. Sentarse: to sit oneself * The “e” in sentarse changes to “ie”, when congregated, except in the forms of nosotros and vosotros* El animal se sienta sobre el terreno.
  • 8. Vestirse: to dress oneself * The “e” in vestirse changes to “ie” when congregated, except in the forms of nosotros and vosotros* Los perros se viesten.
  • 9. Bañarse: to bathe oneself El conejo se baña.
  • 10. Acostarse: to go to bed * The “o” in acostarse changes to “ue” when congregated, except in the forms of nosotros and vosotros* Yo me acuesto a las nueve de la noche.
  • 11. Dormirse: to fall asleep * The “o” in dormirse changes to “ue” when congregated, except in the forms of nosotros and vosotros* Vosotros os dormís temprano.
  • 12. Desayunarse: to eat breakfast Nosotros nos desayunamos a las siete de la mañana.
  • 13. Enfadarse/ Enojarse: to get angry Tú te enfadas/ enojas.
  • 14. Quejarse: to complain Usted se queja mucho.
  • 15. Ducharse: to shower oneself Tú te duchas con agua caliente
  • 16. Asustarse: to be frightened El animal se asusta.
  • 17. Irse/ Marcharse: to leave El avión se va/ marcha.
  • 18. Levantarse: to stand up El tigre se levanta.
  • 19. Secarse: to dry oneself Ellos se secan.
  • 20. Maquillarse: to put on one’s makeup Ella se maquilla!
  • 21. Preocuparse: to be worried about something Yo me preocupo con mis tareas.
  • 22. Ponerse: to put on one’s clothing Tú te pones las ropas por la mañana.