FRENCH: Ch6 Ét4 Structure

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Chapter 6, Étape 4 structure from Parallèles: communication et culture (pg 237). "Les verbes pronominaux au présent et à l'imperatif."

Je lave ma voiture.

I wash my car.

Je me lave.

I wash up.

Je me lave les cheveux.

I wash my hair.

What does using the reflexive pronoun indicate?

The subject is doing something to or for oneself.

se réveiller

to wake up

je ___ réveille

je me réveille

tu ___ réveilles

tu te réveilles

il/elle/on ___ réveille

il/elle/on se réveille

nous _____ réveillons

nous nous réveillons

vous _____ réveillez

vous vous réveillez

ils/elles ___ réveillent

ils/elles se réveillent

Before vowels, what do the pronominal verbs (me, te, se, nous, and vous, respectively) become?

m', t', s', nous, and vous

Je ne m'impatiente pas.

I am not getting impatient.

Il ne se réveille pas à 6 heures.

He does not wake up at 6 A.M.

Est-ce qu'elle s'habille très vite?

Does she get dressed very fast?

S'habille-t-elle très vite?

Does she get dressed very fast?

What are the three ways pronominal verbs are used?

1. reflexively 2. to describe interpersonal relationships or reciprocal actions 3. idiomatically

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