Reflexive Pronouns and Object Pronouns

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Reflexive Pronouns and Object Pronouns : 

Reflexive Pronouns and Object Pronouns What’s the Difference? FLVS Español 3- Señora Tolvo

Reflexive Pronouns : 

Reflexive Pronouns It is usually used when the object of a sentence is the same as the subject. Personal Pronoun Reflexive Pronoun SPANISH I myself me you (informal) yourself te you (formal) yourself se he himself se she herself se it itself se we ourselves nos they themselves se

Reflexive Pronouns similar to Object Pronouns : 

Reflexive Pronouns similar to Object Pronouns Reflexive Pronouns yo me tu te él, ella, usted se nosotros, nosotras nos vosotros, vosotras os ellos, ellas, ustedes se Indirect Object Pronouns me to me te to you-familiar le (SE) to him, her, you-formal nos to us os to you-all-familiar les (SE) to them, you-all-formal Direct Object Pronouns me me te you-familiar lo, la him, her, it, you-formal nos us os you-all-familiar los, las them, you-all-formal Subject of the verb is also its object. "To whom?" or "For whom?" the action of the verb is done for. “Who" or "what" receives the action of the verb with regard to what the subject of the sentence is doing.

Common Reflexive Verbs : 

Common Reflexive Verbs Acostarse to go to bed Afeitarse to shave Apurarse to hurry up Bañarse to take a bath Despertarse to wake up Dormirse to fall asleep Ducharse to take a shower Irse to go away, to leave Lavarse to wash up (wash oneself) Levantarse to get up Meterse to get in (enter something) Ponerse to put on Quedarse to stay Ponerse to put on Quedarse to stay Quitarse to take off Reirse to laugh Secarse to dry off (dry oneself) Sentarse to sit down Sentirse to feel (emotion, illness)

Common Reflexive EMOTION verbs : 

Common Reflexive EMOTION verbs Alegrarse: to become happy Enamorarse: to fall in love Enfermarse: to become (get) sick Enojarse: to become (get) angry Entristecerse: to become sad Nos alegramos Me enamoro Se enoja Se entristecen Te enfermas

REFLEXIVE COMMANDS : 

REFLEXIVE COMMANDS Reflexive pronouns are attached to affirmative (tú/ usted) commands. Ponerse → Póngase el abrigo.Lavarse → Lávese las manos. *Note: You will often need to use an accent mark to maintain the original stress of the verb. If you are stressing the third syllable from the end, add an accent mark on the stressed vowel. Negative: Ponerse → No se ponga el abrigo.Lavarse → No se lave las manos.

Nosotros Commands : 

Nosotros Commands Reflexive pronouns with nosotros commands work just like the tú/ usted commands. There is just one spelling change—the spelling drops -s. Ducharse → duchémonosVestirse → vistámonos *Note: This dropping of the –s only occurs in the affirmative since in the negative, you must put the reflexive pronoun in front of the command. Negative:Ducharse → No nos duchemos.Vestirse → No nos vistamos.

OBJECT PRONOUNS in COMMANDS : 

OBJECT PRONOUNS in COMMANDS Object Pronouns take the place of a NOUN. When you are using object pronouns with an affirmative command, you will attach them to the end of the command. AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE BUY THEM FOR HER DON’T BUY THEM FOR HER. Cómpraselas No se las compres. *Sandwich the pronouns between the No and the verb in the negative command.

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