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Reflexive verbs are verbs that we do to ourselves and take a reflexive pronoun. Reciprocal verbs are done to "each other" Je me brosse Nous nous brossons Tu te brosses Vous vous brossez Il se brosse Ils se brossent In the Passé Composé reflexive verbs always use être as the auxilary verb. Elle s'est habillée Agreement should be made unless there is a direct object (e.g. les cheveux). Elle s'est brossé les cheveux

se réveiller

to wake up

se lever

to get up

se brosser

to brush

se laver

to wash

se raser

to shave

se maquiller

to put on makeup


to get dressed


to get bored


to have fun

se reposer

to relax

se déshabiller

to get undressed

se coucher

to lay down

se réveiller, je

je me réveille

se lever, tu

tu te lèves

se brosser, il

il se brosse

se raser, nous

nous nous rasons

se maquiller, vous

vous vous maquillez

s'habiller, ils

ils s'habillent

s'ennuyer, je

je m'ennuie

se coucher, tu

tu te couches

se déshabiller, elle

elle se déshabille

se reposer, nous

nous nous reposons

s'amuser, vous

vous vous amusez

se laver, ils

ils se lavent


to kiss each other

se parler

to talk to each other

se marier avec

to get married to

nous nous embrassons

we kiss each other

ils se marient

They are getting married

Ils se parlent

they are talking to each other

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