Reflexive Verbs

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

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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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