VERBOS REFLEXIVOS
Reflexive verbs
A reflexive verb is one where the object and the
subject are the same.
• I wash myself.
subject: I
verb: wash
object: myself
• Since the subject and object
are the same, the verb is
reflexive.
•
• I wash the car.
subject: I
verb: wash
object: car
• Since the subject and object
are different, the verb is not
reflexive.
Spanish example:
• Juan se lava la cara.
Juan washes his face.
(reflexive)
• Juan lava su carro. (nonreflexive)
Juan washes his car.
Write this down:
• A reflexive verb in the
infinitive ends with “se”:
• Levantarse, abrirse, irse
• Many verbs can be made
reflexive by adding “se” to
the end. “Se” is a reflexive
object pronoun.
•
• To conjugate a reflexive
verb, drop the “se” ending
and add the appropriate
reflexive object pronoun
before the conjugated verb.
• Reflexive Object Pronouns:
• Yo me
• Tú te
• Él se
• Nosotros nos
• Ellos se
Write this down:
• Conjugating a regular ar
reflexive verb:
• Levantarse – to get up
• Yo me levanto
• Tú te levantas
• Él se levanta
• Nosotros nos levantamos
• Ellos se levantan
¡Vamos a
jugar!
You will play
a game of
conjugating
verbs.
• Two die per group
• One die for subject pronouns:
• Yo
ella
ellas
• Tú
usted
ellos
• Él
nosotros
ustedes
• One die for reflexive verbs
• You will roll both die and
conjugate the verb for the
subject pronoun!
Here are the
roles:
Rotate these
roles each
turn!
1.
roller- rolls die
2. Conjugatorconjugates verb
3. Writer – writes down
the simple sentence
•Thanie, Nicole, David
Make these
groups:
•Aiden, Laslo, River
•Caleb, Daniel, Ariel
•Emma, Ciaran, Brandon
•Hayden, Phoebe, Jennifer
Los Verbos:
•Levantarse – to get
up
•Lavarse – to wash
oneself
•Bañarse – to bathe
oneself
•Peinarse – to comb
one’s own hair
•Cansarse - to get
tired
•Cepillarse los dientes
– to brush one’s teeth
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