Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Make your likes visible on Facebook?

Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.

No, thanks

Rutina Diaria y verbos reflexivos

Spanish daily routine and reflexive verbs
by

Peter Watson

on 26 February 2013

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of Rutina Diaria y verbos reflexivos

To brush your teeth
Me cepillo los dientes – I brush myself CEPILLARSE LOS DIENTES To dry oneself
Me seco – I dry myself SECARSE To wash oneself
Me lavo – I wash myself LAVARSE Make sure you put the endings on the right part of the verb!
LAVARSE – the verb is in blue, the pronoun is in red. Take off the pronoun and then conjugate the verb as normal.
Eg: lavar in present tense, take off ‘ar’ add ‘o’, ‘as’, ‘a’, ‘amos’, ‘áis’, ‘an’, depending on the person.
Then put the appropriate pronoun before the verb. Me lavo – I wash myself.
Te lavas – you wash yourself etc Conjugating a reflexive verb The pronouns go before the entire verb normally.
Eg me lavo – I wash myself, te lavas – you wash yourself.
There are 3 situations when the pronoun is added on to the end of the verb
Infinitives: lavarse – to wash oneself
Gerunds (ing): - estoy lavándome – I am washing myself
Positive commands: ¡lávate! – wash yourself! Where does the pronoun go? Please tell me, nice teacher person Reflexive verbs are actions done to yourself or somebody else, eg. I wash myself, she dresses herself, they shave themselves.
A reflexive verb has a pronoun that goes with it to say who the action is being done to.
The pronouns are: me (myself), te (yourself), se (himself, herself, itself), nos (ourselves), os (yourselves), se (themselves). ¿Qué son los verbos reflexivos? Daily routine and reflexive verbs La rutina diaria Sin + infinitive – without… eg: sin desayunar – without having breakfast
Antes de + infinitive – before…
un poco después - a bit afterwards
Habiéndome lavado / duchado / comido – having washed / showered / eaten Luego – next
Pues – then
Entonces – then
Después de eso – after that
Después de + infinitive – after… eg: después de ducharme – after showering SEQUENCE PHRASES Soler (o-ue) + infinitive – to usually… eg: suelo lavarme – I usually get wash
A veces – sometimes
De vez en cuando – from time to time
Apenas – scarcely / hardly
Casi nunca – almost never
Nunca – never Siempre – always
Casi siempre – nearly always
Frecuentemente - frequently
Generalmente – generally
Normalmente – usually
En general – in general ADVERBS Me visto alrededor de las diez menos cuarto I get dressed around quarter to ten
Desayuno a las diez en punto I have breakfast at ten on the dot
Salgo de casa a las diez y pico I leave home just after ten Me levanto a las nueve I get up at nine
Me lavo a las nueve más o menos I wash at nine more or less
Me ducho a eso de las nueve y veinte I shower at about nine twenty TIME PHRASES To go to bed
Me acuesto - I go to bed
Acostarse is a radical changing verb, o-ue
NOT REFLEXIVE ACOSTARSE To have dinner
Ceno / como la cena – I have dinner.
NOT REFLEXIVE CENAR / COMER LA CENA To return home
Vuelvo a casa – I return home
Volver is a radical changing verb, o-ue.
NOT REFLEXIVE VOLVER A CASA To have lunch
Almuerzo, como el almuerzo – I have lunch
Almorzar is a radical changing verb, o-ue
NOT REFLEXIVE ALMORZAR / COMER EL ALMUERZO To leave home
Salgo de casa – I leave home
Salir is an irregular verb: salgo, sales, sale, salimos, salís, salen
NOT REFLEXIVE SALIR DE CASA To prepare oneself, to sort oneself out
Me preparo / me arreglo – I prepare myself / I sort myself out PREPARARSE / ARREGLARSE To have breakfast
Desayuno / como el desayuno – I have breakfast
NOT REFLEXIVE DESAYUNAR / COMER EL DESAYUNO To get dressed
Me visto / me pongo la ropa – I get dressed
Vestirse is a radical changing verb (e-i)
Poner is an irregular verb (pongo, pones, pone, ponemos, ponéis, ponen) VESTIRSE / PONERSE LA ROPA To comb yourself
Me peino – I comb myself PEINARSE To put make up on
Me maquillo – I put make up on MAQUILLARSE To shave oneself
Me afeito – I shave myself AFEITARSE To have a bath
Me baño – I have a bath BAÑARSE To shower oneself
Me ducho – I shower myself DUCHARSE To wake up
Me despierto – I wake up
(despertarse is a radical changing verb, e-ie) DESPERTARSE To have a snack, to have tea
Meriendo – I have a snack, I have tea
Merendar is a radical changing verb, e-ie.
NOT REFLEXIVE MERENDAR To get up
Me levanto - I get up LEVANTARSE
Full transcript