Traducir:
o We sleep.
• (Nosotros) dormimos.
o They put the book on the table.
• Ellos ponen el libro en la mesa.
o I go to the store.
• (Yo) voy a la tienda.
 I’m
going to give you some examples of
reflexive verbs and how they are used in the
following slides.
 See what you notice about how they are
similar or different to other verbs you’ve
learned so far.
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These
are verbs where to subject is
doing the action to or for themselves.
In the infinitive form, these are the
verbs that have the pronoun se
attached to the end.
o Find 3 examples from your vocab sheet
and put them in your notes.
Me
Nos
Te
Os
Se
Se
Se
Se

When these verbs are conjugated, the pronoun matches the
subject.
o Anoche, me dormí a las diez y media.
o Ellos se van de la clase.

Location of these pronouns follows the same format as
direct object pronouns (DOP) and indirect object pronouns
(IOP)
o Ellos se sienten bien.
o Yo necesito despertarme.
o Yo me necesito despertar.
o ¡Duérmete!
NOTE:
When a reflexive pronoun is
attached to a present participle (-ing
word), an accent mark is added to
maintain the original stress.
o Ejemplos:
• Mi hermano está afeitándose.
o Add the accents to the correct vowel in the
examples in your notes:
• La chica está bañándose.
• Ellos están durmiéndose.

NOTE: Some verbs change meaning when they are made
reflexive.
o Poner vs. ponerse and Dormir vs. dormirse

NOTE: Some verbs can be either reflexive or not depending
on the situation. Translate the following sentences and try
to figure out why one is reflexive and the other is not.
o Lola lava los platos.
• Lola washes the dishes.
o Patricia se lava la cara.
• Patricia washes her face.
Action done by subject
to something else.
Action done by subject
to herself.
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