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Module 12

The Language Center

School of Community Education

300 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Room 1158Miami, Florida 33132Office: (305) 237-3120www.mdc.CommunityEducationatWolfson.com

Module 12

Spanish 2Reflexive verbs and Pronouns. Ordinal numbersLos verbos y pronombresreflexivos. Numerosordinales


Reflexive Verbs

I see you. Whom do you see? – A different subject is the object Isee myselfThe same subject is the object The action doesn’t go anywhere-- This is a reflexive action and involves the full being as the object: myself, yourself, etc.In Spanish, reflexive verbs require reflexive object pronouns, which are employed in the same manner as direct or indirect object pronouns.Meveo. (I see myself)

  • Practice Makes Perfect. Spanish Verb Tenses. Pg. 64


Reflexive Verbs

Mequiero ver. (or) Quieroverme. If there are two verbs in the clause, the object pronoun either precedes the first verb or attaches directly to the second verbs

  • Practice Makes Perfect. Spanish Verb Tenses. Pg. 64


Reflexive pronouns
Reflexive Pronouns

  • The use of reflexive object pronouns in Spanish is more expansive than English , which is more restrictive.

  • As long as the action is going back to the actor, it is considered a reflexive verb. These actions require the usage of reflexive pronouns:


Helpful Hints When Using the Reflexive Verbs

  • Many reflexive verbs are stem-changing and should be conjugated as such.

  • Many involve the mentioning of as body part . Generally speaking, use the definite article rather than the possessive adjective before the body part. Because of the reflexive pronoun, it is obvious whose body part is being discussed:

    Me peino el pelo. Te cepillas los dientes.

    3. One unusual verb is irse. This strays from the general description of the reflexive verb in that this is not a case where the subject and object are the same. Instead the reflexive pronoun intensifies the action, like comerse.

  • Practice Makes Perfect. Spanish Verb Tenses. Pp. 65


Some Commonly Used Reflexive Verbs

Nearly all verbs in Spanish can be either reflexive or non-reflexive. However, there are certain actions that usually are reflexive due to the nature of the action:acostarsedormirse (o-> ue)afeitarseducharsecasarse(con alguien) enfermarsecepillarseenojarsedespertarse (e -> ie) lavarsedesvestirse (e-> i) levantarse

  • Practice Makes Perfect. Spanish Verb Tenses. Pp. 65


More reflexive verbs

llamarse mirarsepeinarse ponerse (tobecome)ponerse(la ropa) preocuparse(por)probarse (o-> ue) quitarsesecarse sentarse (e-> ie) verse vestirse (e->i)

  • Practice Makes Perfect. Spanish Verb Tenses. p66



Los n meros ordinales seg n la real academia espa ola
Los Números Ordinales según La Real Academia Española

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http://buscon.rae.es/dpdI/SrvltGUIBusDPD?lema=ordinales


The r i d order
The R.I.D. Order Española

Practice Makes Perfect. Spanish Pronouns and Prepositions. Pp. 89


More about r i d
More about R.I.D. Española

Practice Makes Perfect. Spanish Pronouns and Prepositions. Pp. 89


Pronombres de Complemento Directo e indirecto Española

Consultas Bibliográficas

Richmond, D. Practice Makes Perfect. (1996) McGraw Hill

- Spanish Prepositions and Pronouns

Consultas Cibernéticas

  • Real Academia Española

    http://www.rae.es/rae.html

Luis Manuel Rodriguez

The Language Center

School of Community Education

300 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Room 1158Miami, Florida 33132Office: (305) 237-3120www.mdc.CommunityEducationatWolfson.com


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