Chapter 2 Lesson B - the subject. Since the subject also...

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Vocabulary 02/11/2006 13:18:00 Pintarse los labios To put on lipstick El peine Comb El cepillo Brush Enojarse (con) To be angry (at) Pelearse To fight Les falta mucho? Are you going to be long?/ How much longer? Lavarse/cepillarse los dientes To brush one’s teeth Bastante Pretty/quite/rather (also: enough) IOP + tocar To be someone’s turn Mandar To order; to send (letters) Ser mandón/mandona Bossy Ponerse + adjective To become/get (adjective) Mojado/a Wet, damp Las uñas Fingernails Dejar de infinitivo To stop doing something
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Grammar 02/11/2006 13:18:00 Reflexive verbs A reflexive verbs in one with which the action is both executed and received by
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Unformatted text preview: the subject. Since the subject also receives the action, an additional pronoun is needed. This pronoun is called the reflexive pronoun. In English, these pronouns end in self (-selves): o He looked at himself in the mirror. Follow the same rules in the conjugationssimply add the pronoun. Reflexive pronouns (Yo) me (nosotros/as) nos (t) te (vosotros/as) os (l/ella/Ud.) se (ellos/elllas/Uds.) se Examples Me levanto Nos levantamos Te levantas Os levantis Se levanta Se levantan 02/11/2006 13:18:00...
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2008 for the course SPN 101 taught by Professor Goodforall during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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Chapter 2 Lesson B - the subject. Since the subject also...

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