Verbos
Reflexivos
Español II
Segundo Tema – Mi Día
bañar
bañarse
afeitar
afeitarse
acostar
acostarse
What’s the difference between…
bañar
y
bañarse
afeitar
y
afeitarse
acostar
y
acostarse
bañar
bañarse
afeitar
afeitarse
acostar
acostarse
What’s the difference between…
Take 5 seconds and
explain to your
compañero…
Reflexive verbs:
We use reflexive verbs
to tell that a person
does the action to
himself/herself.
Do you know of any verbs that
we can make reflexive?
Can we make all verbs
reflexive?
¡NO!
Will any of these verbs work as
a reflexive verb?
 Hablar
¿hablarse?
 Escribir
¿escribirse?
 Vivir
¿vivirse?
 Ver
¿verse?
 Preguntar
¿preguntarse?
acostarse
to go to
bed
afeitarse
to
shave
bañarse
to take
a bath
cepillarse
to brush
your
teeth
or hair
los dientes el pelo
cortarse
to cut
your
nails
or hair
las uñas
el pelo
ducharse
to
shower
despertarse
to
wake
up
lavarse
to wash
your
hair or
face
el pelo
la cara
levantarse
to get
up
maquillarse
to put
on
make
up
peinarse
to
comb
your
hair
ponerse
to put
on a
shirt
la camisa
prepararse
to
prepare
yourself
quitarse
to take
off your
hat
el sombrero
secarse
to dry
your
hair
el pelo
vestirse
to get
dressed
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acostarse / to go to bed
afeitarse / to shave yourself
bañarse / to bathe yourself
cepillarse los dientes / to brush your teeth
cortarse el pelo / to cut your hair
despertarse / to wake yourself up
ducharse / to take a shower
lavarse la cara / to wash your face
levantarse / to get yourself up
maquillarse/ to put make-up on yourself
peinarse / to comb your hair
ponerse / to put on yourself
prepararse / to prepare yourself
quitarse / to take off yourself
secarse el pelo / to dry your hair
vestirse / to dress yourself
Reflexive verbs
have two parts…
Reflexive pronoun
&
Verb form
levantarse
me levanto
te levantas
se levanta
nos levantamos
os levantáis
se levantan
ducharse
me ducho
te duchas
se ducha
nos duchamos
os ducháis
se duchan
Reflexive pronouns…
Usually the pronoun comes
before the verb, but it can be
attached to the end of an
infinitive.
Me lavo el pelo.
Voy a lavarme el pelo.
Reflexive pronouns…
When using a reflexive verb
with parts of the body, we
use the article el, la, los, las,
rather than mi, tu, su...
Me lavo el pelo.
Voy a lavarme el pelo.
¿Reflexive or not?
La madre acuesta a su hijo.
The mother puts her son to bed.
La madre se acuesta. REFLEXIVE
The mother goes to bed.
The infinitive of “acuesta” is
acostar
The infinitive of “se acuesta” is
acostarse
Reflexive verbs show that a
person does something to or
for himself / herself.
Time to practice…
Fill out the forms of the reflexive
and non-reflexive verbs on your
sheet.
Pay attention to the reflexive
pronouns!
acostar – to put someone to bed
acuesto
acostamos
acuestas
acostáis
acuesta
acuestan
acostarse – to go to bed
me acuesto
nos acostamos
te acuestas
os acostáis
se acuesta
se acuestan
levantar
levantar – to get someone up
levanto
levantamos
levantas
levantáis
levanta
levantan
levantarse – to get up
me levanto
te levantas
se levanta
nos levantamos
os levantáis
se levantan
secar el pelo
– to dry someone’s hair
seco
secas
seca
secamos
secáis
secan
secarse el pelo
– to dry your hair
me seco
te secas
se seca
nos secamos
os secáis
se secan
cepillar los dientes
– to brush someone’s teeth
cepillo
cepillas
cepilla
cepillamos
cepilláis
cepillan
cepillarse los dientes
– to brush your teeth
me cepillo
te cepillas
se cepilla
nos cepillamos
os cepilláis
se cepillan
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Verbos Reflexivos