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the best spanish presentation eva
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1.) Nos lavamos las manos. Después de lavar, nosotros comemos la comida.
2.) Jake se mira en el espejo.
Here are some more reflexive verbs:
quitarse: to take off afeitarse: to shave
ponerse: to put on bañarse: to bathe, to take a bath Reflexive Pronouns me myself nos ourselves
te yourself os yourselves
*se yourself, himself, *se yourselves,
herself themselves What is a reflexive?! It is the subject of the verb that performs and receives the action expressed by the verb. A verb is reflexive if the action the subject does is directed back to the subject. Positions of the pronouns There are two ways that the pronouns can be positioned; either in front or behind the verb.
The most common way that reflexive verbs are seen is with the pronoun before the conjugated verb (ex: Yo me levanto. - I get myself up.)
The other way that reflexive verbs are seen is with the correct object pronoun attached to the end of an un-conjugated verb. (ex: Yo puedo despertarme. - I can wake myself up.) by Diana Thomas and Ashley Garcia Reflexive Pronouns and Verbs Example:
1.) Se cepilla los dientes todos los días.
What does this sentence mean?
Who is receiving the action? - These are object pronouns, not subject pronouns. Subject pronouns are: yo, tu, el/ella/ud, nosotros, ellos/ellas/uds
- Reflexive pronouns are often used to emphasize an action done to oneself.
- The asterisks show how the el/ella/uds form and the ellos/ellas/uds form have the same reflexive pronoun. You can tell which is which by the conjugation of the verb. That's all for reflexives!