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Alec Reflexive Verbs

Reflexive Verbs

el españolEnglish
despertarse to wake up
levantarse (temprano) to get up (early)
llamarse to call oneself (to go by a name)
prepararse to get (oneself) ready
lavarse to wash oneself
baƱarse to bathe (oneself)
ducharse to shower
afeitarse to shave (oneself)
mirarse en el espejo to look at oneself in the mirror
cepillarse los dientes to brush ones teeth
peinarse el pelo to comb ones hair
probarse (la ropa) to try on (clothes)
vestirse to get dressed
ponerse (la ropa) to put on (oneself) (clothes)
irse to go
sentirse (enfermo) (feliz) (cansado) to feel (sick) (happy) (tired)
sentarse to sit down
desayunarse to have ones breakfast
salir (verbo regular) to leave (regular verb)
secarse to dry (oneself)
desvestirse to get undressed
quitarse la camisa to take off ones shirt
acostarse to go to bed
dormirse to fall asleep
Created by: admh