Reflexive Verbs

Reflexive Verbs - Hacer – to do hacerse – to become...

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Reflexive Verbs Pronouns 1. The reflexive pronouns may either precede a conjugated form of a verb or flow and be attached to the infinitive. a. Vas a bañarte ahora? b. No te vas a bañar ahora? VERB CHANGES IN THE REFLEXIVE Acercar – to bring near acercarse (a) to approach Acordcar – to agree acordarse (de) to remember Acostar – to put to bed acostarse – to go to bed Banar – to bathe (someone) banarse – to bathe (oneself) Burlar – to trick burlarse – to make fun of Decidir – to decide decisdirse (a) – to make up mind Despedir – to fire despedirse – to say goodbye Despertar – to awaken (someone) despertarse – to wake up Divertir – to amuse divertirse – to have fun Dormir – to sleep dormirse – to fall asleep Enojar – to anger (someone) enojarse – to get angry Fijar – to fix fijarse – to notice
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Unformatted text preview: Hacer – to do hacerse – to become Levantar – to raise, lift levantarse – to get up Llamar – to call llamarse – to be called Negar – to deny negarse – to refuse Parecer – to seem, appear parecerse – to resemble Poner – to put, to place ponerse – to put on (clothing) Preocupar – to preoccupy preocuparse – to worry Probar – to try, taste probarse – to try on Quitar – to take away, remove quitarse – to take off Sentar – to seat someone sentarse – to sit down Vestir – to dress (someone) vestirse – to get dressed Volver – to return volverse – to turn around Atreverse (a) – to dare Arrepentirse (de) – to repent Dares cuenta (de) – to realize Jactarse (de) – to boast Suicidarse – to commit suicide....
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course ROSP 203500 taught by Professor Perez during the Spring '08 term at Notre Dame.

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