This lesson is part of the Beginner Spanish Practice Course
(58 Spanish video or mp3 lessons. 2 hrs 28 mins)
This is an interactive Spanish video where you have the opportunity to practice Spanish at beginner level with a native Spanish speaker.
In this Spanish lesson we will be practicing more about using Spanish reflexive verbs. This follows on from the previous class where we learned the basics of how to conjugate Spanish reflexive verbs. Here we will test your Spanish knowledge with two very common Spanish reflexive verbs. To remind you, Spanish reflexive verbs are those verbs which end in “Se” and the object and subject of the sentence is the same. An example sentence using a Spanish reflexive verb is “José se levantar” (José is getting up). Here José is both the subject (the one doing the getting up) and the object (the one being got up). “Se” is the reflexive Spanish pronoun and typically precedes the verb.
Please try to watch the video first before looking at the lesson notes. Answers to all tasks involved in the lesson will be given at the end of the post. Try not to look at the answers until you have tried a good few times to give your own responses.
This lesson practices the information taught in Beginner Spanish Lesson 47: More practicing with Spanish reflexive verbs from my Beginner Spanish Course.
Conjuga los siguientes verbos reflexives:
Conjugate the following reflexive verbs:
For example, if the verb is “Levantarse” when I say “yo” you should say “me levanto”, when I say “tú” you should say “te levantas”, etc.
4. Él / ella
4. Él / ella
1. Me pongo
2. Te pones
3. Se pone
4. Se pone
5. Nos ponemos
6. Os ponéis
7. Se ponen
8. Se ponen
1. Me ducho
2. Te duchas
3. Se ducha
4. Se ducha
5. Nos duchamos
6. Os ducháis
7. Se duchan
8. Se duchan