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Module 3 - Spanish Reflexive verbs

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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lavarse
to wash one's self
acostarse (o-ue)
to go to bed
despertarse (e-ie)
to wake one's self up
levantarse
to get one's self up
dormirse (o-ue)
to go to sleep
vestirse (e-i)
to dress one's self
bañarse
to bathe one's self
cepillarse el pelo
to brush one's hair
ducharse
To shower one's self
ponerse
to put on one's self
peinarse el pelo
to comb one's hair
divertirse (e-ie)
to have fun, to divert oneself
el cepillo
the brush
antes de
before
cepillarse los dientes
to brush one's teeth
lavarse el pelo
to wash one's hair
secarse
to dry one's self
prepararse
to get ready
pintarse las uñas
to paint one's nails
afeitarse
to shave
cortarse el pelo
to cut one's hair
maquillarse
to put one's makeup on
mirarse
to look at oneself

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