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Spanish Reflexive Pronouns 2

Reflexive Pronouns Spanish for Beginners Reflexive pronouns are used in both Spanish and English whenever the subject of a verb is also its object. In other words, reflexive pronouns are used when the subject of a sentence is acting on itself. An example is the me in me veo (and the corresponding "myself" in "I see myself"), where the person seeing and the person seen are the same. Verbs used with a reflexive pronoun are known either as reflexive verbs or pronominal verbs. Reflexive pronouns a…
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to wash one's self
lavarse
to lie one's self down
acostarse
to wake one's self
despertarse
to raise or get one's self up
(usually to get out of bed)
levantarse
to "sleep one's self" or "fall asleep"
dormirse
to call one's self
llamarse
to dress one's self
vestirse
to bathe one's self
bañarse
to brush one's self
cepillarse
to remove from one's self
quitarse
I wash hands
me lavo las manos
I brush my teeth
me cepillo los dientes
I brush my hair
me cepillo el pelo
i call myself
me llamo
you call yourself
(Tú) te llamas
S/he calls her/himself
Ella/Él se llama
You (formal) call yourself
Usted se llama
You all call yourselves
Ustedes se llaman
They call themselves
Ellos se llaman