Reflexive verbs 2011

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These are reflexive verbs you use to talk about your daily routine and other frequently used reflexive verbs

afeitarse

to shave oneself

bañarse

to bathe oneself

cepillarse el pelo

to brush one's hair

cepillarse los dientes

to brush one's teeth

desayunarse

to eat breakfast

despertarse (e to ie)

to wake up (oneself)

desvestirse (e to i)

to get undressed

dormirse (o to ue)

to fall aslep

ducharse

to shower oneself

lavarse la cara

to wash one's face

lavarse las manos

to wash one's hands

levantarse

to get up

maquillarse

to put on makeup

mirarse (en el espejo)

to look at oneself in the mirror

peinarse

to comb (one's own hair)

ponerse + noun

to put on

quitarse

to take off

secarse

to dry off

vestirse

to get dressed

enojarse (con)

to get mad (at)

irse

to leave, go away

llamarse

to be named, called

preocuparse por

to be worried about

quedarse

to stay, remain

sentarse (e to ie)

to sit, be seated

sentirse (e to ie)

to feel

calmarse

to calm oneself

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