156 - to wake up divertirse (e>ie) to enjoy...

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Common reflexive verbs Many of the verbs below are always reflexive, and some of the verbs you have seen before without  the  –se.  When these verbs are indicating that the subject is doing the action of the verb to itself, they  become reflexive verbs and require the reflexive pronoun.  acostarse (o>ue) to go to bed bañarse to bathe oneself, to take a bath caerse to fall down cepillarse to brush (one's own hair) desayunarse to eat breakfast despedirse (e>i) to say goodbye, to take leave despertarse (e>ie)
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Unformatted text preview: to wake up divertirse (e>ie) to enjoy oneself, to have a good time dormirse (o>ue) to fall asleep ducharse to take a shower irse to leave, to go away lavarse to wash oneself levantarse to get up, to stand (oneself) up llamarse to call oneself, to be marcharse to leave, to go away peinarse to comb (one's own hair) ponerse to put something on oneself quedarse to stay, to remain quitarse to take something off of oneself sentarse (e>ie) to sit oneself down vestirse (e>i) to dress oneself, to get dressed...
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course SPAN 101 taught by Professor Oliveros during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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156 - to wake up divertirse (e>ie) to enjoy...

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