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'arrter de (stop) se baigner (bathe, swim) se blesser (hurt oneself) se bronzer (tan) se brosser (brush) se brler (burn oneself) se casser (break) se coiffer (do one's hair) se coucher (go to bed) se couper (cut oneself) se demander (wonder) se dpcher (hurry)...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course FR 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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