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acostarse

to go to bed

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afeitarse

to shave

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asustarse

to be frightened

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bañarse

to take a bath, to bathe

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callarse

to be silent, quiet

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cepillarse

to brush (ones hair, teeth, clothes)

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desayunarse

to have breakfest

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desmayarse

to faint

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despedirse

to say goodbye, to take leave of

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despertarse

to wake up

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divertirse

to enjoy oneself, to have a good time

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dormirse

to fall asleep

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ducharse

to take a shower

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enfadarse

to get angry

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anojarse

to get angry

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equivocarse

to be mistaken

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esconderse

to hide

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irse

to leave, to go away

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lavarse

to wash oneself

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levantarse

to get up

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llamarse

to be named, to be called

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maquillarse

to put on makeup

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marcharse

to leave, to go away

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pasearse

to take a walk

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peinarse

to comb one's hair

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ponerse

to put on (clothing), to become

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quedarse

to stay, remain

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quejarse

to complain

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quitarse

to take off (clothing)

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secarse

to dry oneself

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sentarse

to sit down

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vestirse

to get dressed

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present tense conjugation

o as a amos an

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preterite tense conjugation

e aste o amos aron *accents on yo and el, ella, ustd. form

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imperfect tense conjugation

aba abas aba abamos aban

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reflexive words

me te se nos se

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where do you put the reflexive word

in front of the conjugated verb or attached to the infinitive

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debes

you should (te debes limpiar los dientes) (Debes ducharte)

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past tense ar

e aste o amos aron

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past tense er/ir

i iste io imos ieron

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make sentence with manolo/ acostarse

se acuesto tarde

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make sentence with Manolo / levantarse

se levanto temprano

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make sentence with Manolo / secarse el polo

Se secaró a las siete

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to go to bed

acostarse

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to shave

afeitarse

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to be frightened

asustarse

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to take a bath, to bathe

bañarse

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to be silent, quiet

callarse

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to brush (ones hair, teeth, clothes)

cepillarse

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to have breakfest

desayunarse

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to faint

desmayarse

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to say goodbye, to take leave of

despedirse

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to wake up

despertarse

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to enjoy oneself, to have a good time

divertirse

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to fall asleep

dormirse

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to take a shower

ducharse

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to get angry

enfadarse

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to get angry

anojarse

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to be mistaken

equivocarse

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to hide

esconderse

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to leave, to go away

irse

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to wash oneself

lavarse

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to get up

levantarse

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to be named, to be called

llamarse

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to put on makeup

maquillarse

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to leave, to go away

marcharse

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to take a walk

pasearse

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to comb one's hair

peinarse

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to put on (clothing), to become

ponerse

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to stay, remain

quedarse

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to complain

quejarse

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to take off (clothing)

quitarse

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to dry oneself

secarse

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to sit down

sentarse

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to get dressed

vestirse

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you should (te debes limpiar los dientes) (Debes ducharte)

debes

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what are reflecive verbs used for?

to describe what a person is doing

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refer to Reflexive verbs when talking about

emotions, feelings, reactions

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animarse

to become encouraged

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dedicarse

to apply oneself to something

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desanimarse

to get discouraged

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entusiasmarse

to get excited 

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openerse

to oppose

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apoyarse

to support each other

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ayudarse

to help each other

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conocerse bien/mal

to know each other well/not very well

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llevarse bien/mal (con)

to get along well/badly

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odiarse

to hate each other

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pelearse 

to fight

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perdonarse

to forgive each other

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quejarse

to complain

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saludarse

to greet, say hello to each other

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reflexive verbs can be used to express the idea of

each other

ex. stan and i know wach other very well

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se

they

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