Paradigm_Reflexive_Pronouns_and_Verbs

Paradigm_Reflexive_Pronouns_and_Verbs - form 4. Reflexive...

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Paradigm Reflexive Pronouns and Verbs Reflexive pronouns Accusative reflexive pronoun myself mich yourself dich yourself(formal) sich himself/herself sich ourselves uns yourselves euch yourselves(formal) sich themselves sich 1. Certain verbs in German are always used with reflexive pronouns 2. When the subject and pronoun object of a sentence refer to the same person, the object is called a reflexive pronoun 3. Reflexive pronouns are the same as personal pronouns except for 3rd person singular/plural/Sie
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Unformatted text preview: form 4. Reflexive pronoun comes after the conjugated verb, except for questions or imperative Beispiel: Ich putze mir jeden Morgen die Zhne. I brush my teeth (myself) every morning. Wir setzen uns an den Tisch. We seat ourselves at the table. Imperativ: Setzen Sie sich auf den Stuhl! Sit (yourself) down on the chair! Frage: Wohin setzen wir uns ? Where are we going to sit down (ourselves)?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course GERM 102 taught by Professor Langston during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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