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Episode 37: Reflexive verbs Spanish in a Minute!

    • Language Learning

Remember the verb LLAMARSE (me llamo, te llamas, se llama, nos llamamos, os llamáis, se llaman) - it can literally be translated as: I call myself, you call yourself, she calls herself, etc. When a reflexive verb is conjugated, the SE on the end of the infinitive is converted to the corresponding REFLEXIVE PRONOUN. LEVANTARSE: (yo) me levanto, (tú) te levantas, (usted/él/ella) se levanta, (nosotros/as) nos levantamos, (vosotros/as) os levantáis, (ustedes/ellos/ellas) se levantan. It's used for a lot of daily routine verbs, such as DUCHARSE (to have a shower), VESTIRSE (to get dressed), PEINARSE (to comb one's hair), ACOSTARSE (to go to bed).

Remember the verb LLAMARSE (me llamo, te llamas, se llama, nos llamamos, os llamáis, se llaman) - it can literally be translated as: I call myself, you call yourself, she calls herself, etc. When a reflexive verb is conjugated, the SE on the end of the infinitive is converted to the corresponding REFLEXIVE PRONOUN. LEVANTARSE: (yo) me levanto, (tú) te levantas, (usted/él/ella) se levanta, (nosotros/as) nos levantamos, (vosotros/as) os levantáis, (ustedes/ellos/ellas) se levantan. It's used for a lot of daily routine verbs, such as DUCHARSE (to have a shower), VESTIRSE (to get dressed), PEINARSE (to comb one's hair), ACOSTARSE (to go to bed).

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