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Verbos Reflexivos. Remember DOPs and IOPs?. Let’s compare some examples…. Definition/Meaning. Reflexive verbs - the person doing the verb is also the object of the verb; in other words, the person is performing the action on himself/herself I bathe myself. He dries himself.

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Verbos reflexivos

Verbos Reflexivos


Remember dops and iops

Remember DOPs and IOPs?

Let’s compare some examples…


Definition meaning

Definition/Meaning

Reflexive verbs - the person doing the verb is also the object of the verb; in other words, the person is performing the action on himself/herself

  • I bathe myself.

  • He dries himself.

  • We put ourselves to bed.


How to conjugate

How to conjugate

Three easy steps:

1. Move the reflexive pronoun to before the infinitive.

bañarse → se bañar

2. Conjugate the verb like normal.

se bañar → se baño (yo)

3. Modify the pronoun to match the verb.

se baño → me baño


Me ba o

Me baño.

I take a bath.


Pronombres reflexivos

¡Pronombres Reflexivos!

*en España**en Latinoamérica


Ejemplos

Ejemplos

No me puedo dormir en un hotel extraño. (dormirse)

¡Te viste rápidamente! (vestirse)

Le gusta bañarse por la mañana.

Nos levantamos a las 8:00 para ir al museo. (levantarse)

Se cepillan los* dientes dos veces por día. (cepillarse)

NOTA:

the pronoun can attach to the infinitive or go before the conjugated verb

*you don’t say “brush their teeth” but you use the reflexive verb with the definite article

You can make any verb reflexive; it just changes the meaning.

I fix some coffee. - I fix some coffee for myself.

Preparo un café. - Me preparo un café.


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