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Exp2e Ch6, Voc1, 1

Los verbos reflexivos (Chap 6, Voc 1, Exploraciones 2nd Edition)

SpanishEnglish
Los verbos reflexivos The reflexive verbs
acostarse (ue) to lie down, to go to bed
afeitarse to shave
arreglarse to fix oneself up; to get ready
baƱarse to bathe, to shower (Mex.)
cepillarse to brush
cortarse to cut
despertarse (ie) to wake up
divertirse (ie) to have fun
dormirse (ue) to fall asleep
ducharse to shower
estirarse to stretch
irse to leave, to go away
lavarse to wash
levantarse to get up
maquillarse to put on make-up
peinarse to comb or style one's hair
ponerse to put on
ponerse la ropa to put on clothing
quitarse to take off
quitarse la ropa to take off clothing
secarse to dry oneself
sentarse (ie) to sit down
verse to look at oneself
vestirse (i) to get dressed
Created by: ChuckHutchings