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Reflexive constructions have the following translations

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Reflexive constructions have the following translations: Present tense:  Je me lave . (I wash myself.)  Imperfect tense::  Je me lavais . (I was washing [used to] myself.)  Future tense:  Je me laverai . (I will wash myself.)  Conditional:  Je me laverais . (I would wash myself.)  Consider the following most commonly used reflexive verbs. Those marked with asterisks have shoe  verb spelling change within the infinitive.
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Unformatted text preview: • s'approcher de (approach) • s'arrêter de (stop) • se baigner (bathe, swim) • se blesser (hurt oneself) • se bronzer (tan) • se brosser (brush) • se brûler (burn oneself) • se casser (break) • se coiffer (do one's hair) • se coucher (go to bed) • se couper (cut oneself) • se demander (wonder) • se dépêcher (hurry)...
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