151 - Reflexive pronouns In Spanish, a reflexive verb has...

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Unformatted text preview: Reflexive pronouns In Spanish, a reflexive verb has an extra pronoun used with or without the subject pronoun that reflects the subject. The reflexive pronoun is placed in the sentence in exactly the same position as a direct or indirect object pronoun. If a reflexive pronoun is used in conjunction with a direct or indirect object pronoun (never with both at the same time), the reflexive pronoun is always first. The order of pronouns in a sentence is easily remembered with the acronym SRID: S ubject R eflexive I ndirect object D irect object Although all four pronouns are never used together, whatever pronouns appear in a sentence will follow the order SRID. The subject of a sentence may be understood, but if there is a subject pronoun, it will precede all other pronouns. In the following examples, the reflexive pronouns are in pronoun, it will precede all other pronouns....
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151 - Reflexive pronouns In Spanish, a reflexive verb has...

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