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Unformatted text preview: Reflexive verbs are always conjugated with the reflexive pronoun that agrees with the subject: me (myself), te (yourself), se (himself, herself, itself, themselves), nous (ourselves), and vous (yourself, yourselves). These pronouns generally precede the verb. Follow the rules for conjugating regular verbs, verbs with spelling changes, and irregular verbs, depending on of the tense, as shown in Table 1 : TABLE 1 Reflexive Verb Conjugation Present Tense Subject Pronoun Verb je me (m') lve tu te (t') rases il/elle/on se (s') lave nous nous dpchons vous vous rveillez ils/elles se (s') couchent...
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- Spring '08