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Reciprocal Verbs Reciprocal verbs, another type of pronominal verb, indicate that the subjects act on each other. The same pronouns—me, te, se, nous, and vous—are used. In compound tenses, the past participle does not agree with the subject in gender and number if the verb takes a preposition.

Ils s’aimaient tendrement.
They loved each other tenderly.

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Reciprocal Verbs Reciprocal verbs, another type of pronominal verb, indicate that the subjects act on each other. The same pronouns—me, te, se, nous, and vous—are used. In compound tenses, the past participle does not agree with the subject in gender and number if the verb takes a preposition.

Vous vous détestez depuis toujours.
You have been hating each other forever.  

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Reciprocal Verbs Reciprocal verbs, another type of pronominal verb, indicate that the subjects act on each other. The same pronouns—me, te, se, nous, and vous—are used. In compound tenses, the past participle does not agree with the subject in gender and number if the verb takes a preposition.

Ils se téléphonaient tous les jours.
They used to call each other every day.

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Reciprocal Verbs Reciprocal verbs, another type of pronominal verb, indicate that the subjects act on each other. The same pronouns—me, te, se, nous, and vous—are used. In compound tenses, the past participle does not agree with the subject in gender and number if the verb takes a preposition.

Ils se sont embrassés.
They kissed each other.

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Reciprocal Verbs Reciprocal verbs, another type of pronominal verb, indicate that the subjects act on each other. The same pronouns—me, te, se, nous, and vous—are used. In compound tenses, the past participle does not agree with the subject in gender and number if the verb takes a preposition.

Vous vous êtes dit adieu à la gare.
You said farewell at the station.

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Reciprocal Verbs Reciprocal verbs, another type of pronominal verb, indicate that the subjects act on each other. The same pronouns—me, te, se, nous, and vous—are used. In compound tenses, the past participle does not agree with the subject in gender and number if the verb takes a preposition.

Nous nous sommes parlé pendant des heures.
We talked to each other for hours.

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Write the appropriate imparfait form of the reciprocal verb in parentheses.  

1. Ils _______________ (se haïr) violemment.

se haïssaient...

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Write the appropriate imparfait form of the reciprocal verb in parentheses.  

2. Nous _______________ (se téléphoner) tous les soirs.

nous téléphonions...

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Write the appropriate imparfait form of the reciprocal verb in parentheses.  

3. Vous _______________ (se quitter) toujours avec regret.

vous quittiez..

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Write the appropriate imparfait form of the reciprocal verb in parentheses.  

4. On _______________ (se voir) assez souvent.

se voyait...

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Write the appropriate imparfait form of the reciprocal verb in parentheses.  

5. Nous _______________ (se parler) de choses et d’autres.

nous parlions...

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Write the appropriate imparfait form of the reciprocal verb in parentheses.  

6. Ils _______________ (se détester) depuis l’enfance.

se détestaient..

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Write the appropriate imparfait form of the reciprocal verb in parentheses.  

7. Nous _______________ (s’écrire) de longues lettres.

nous écrivions..

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Write the appropriate imparfait form of the reciprocal verb in parentheses.  

8. Ils _______________ (se répondre) par retour du courrier.

se répondaient...

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Write the appropriate imparfait form of the reciprocal verb in parentheses.  

9. Vous _______________ (s’aimer) à la folie.

vous aimiez...

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Write the appropriate imparfait form of the reciprocal verb in parentheses.  

10. Nous _______________ (se disputer) sans cesse.

nous disputions...

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Se haïr

ненавидеть друг друга

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Se quitter

To separate, leave one each other

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Par retour de

By return of..

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Sans cesse

Non stop

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À la folie

Madly

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