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Spanish 2 - Spanish 2 Grammar Test 1-11-04 Vocabulary 10 To...

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Unformatted text preview: Spanish 2 Grammar Test 1-11-04 Vocabulary 10 To begin Empezar (empiezo) a To go to sleep Dormirse (me duermo) To finish Terminar (termno) de To wake up Despertarse (me despierto) To wash Lavarse (me lavo) To go to bed Acostarse (me asuesto) To dry Secarse(me seco) To get up Levantarse (me levanto) To bathe Baarse (me bao) To dress ( get dressed) Vestirse (me visto) To wash ones hair Lavarse (me lavo) el pelo To undress (to get undressed) Devestirse (me desvisto) To shave Afeitarse (me afeito) To put on Ponerse (me pongo) To put on makeup Maquillarse (me maquillo) To take off Quitarse (me quito) To comb Peinarse (me peino) To sit down Sentarse (me siento) To brush Cepillarse (me cepillo) To have breakfast Desayunarse (me desayuno) To cut Cortarse (me corto) To say goodbye Despedirse (me despido) To curl Rizarse (me rizo) To go away Irse (me voy) Examples: English I washed my hands. Spanis h Yo me lav las manos. English She shaves her legs. Spanis h Ella se afeita las piernas. English When I was young, I always combed my hair. Spanis h Cuando me era joven, yo siempre peinaba el pelo. English You need to wash you hands. Spanis h Ud. Necesita lavarse las manas. English We are going to go to sleep. Spanis h Nosotros vamos a dormirnos. English You guys put on your shoes yesterday? Spanis h Ustedes se pusieron sus zapatos ayer? English I woke up at 6: 00. Spanis h Yo me despert a las 6: 00. English Sit down (you)! Spanis h Sintese! English I went way every morning. Spanis h Yo me fui cada maana. English Did you have breakfast today? Spanis h Se desayuno ud. hoy? English He dries his hands. Spanis h l se seca las manos. English He dried his hands. Spanis h l se sec las manos. English He was drying his hands. Spanis h l se secaba las manos. English We talk to each other. Spanis h Nosotros nos hablmos. English They wash their hands. Spanis h Ellos se lavan las manos. English They washed their hands. Spanis h Ellos se lavaron las manos. Reflexive to Convey Get or Become The use of the reflexive pronoun to imply get or become is very rare in English. Consider these three examples He hurt himself. = He got hurt. He burned himself. = He got burned. He cut himself. = He got cut In each case the obvious implication is not that he intentionally inflicted harm upon himself, but rather he got hurt. In Spanish and other Romance languages, the reflexive pronoun is widely used to imply get or become with verbs denoting physical or mental conditions: El se aburre. = He gets bored El se entusiasma. = He gets excited El se enferma. = He gets sick. El se mejora. = He gets better. El se calma. = He becomes calm. It is quite common to use the reflexive pronoun with the verb hacer + noun or adjective to imply become (by ones efforts); Se hizo medico, famoso, rico. = He became a doctor, famous, rich....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course SP 103 taught by Professor Klabbermatten during the Fall '07 term at Gustavus.

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