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Every year, Americans around the nation get together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th through October 15th. The contributions Hispanic Americans have made to the United States are endless and inspiring, and they have had a profound and positive impact on our county.

Verbos reflexivos: Segunda parte - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Jun 25

By Evelyn Silva

Continuando con los verbos reflexivos, en esta sección nos enfocaremos en los verbos que cambian de significado una vez que se han convertido en verbos reflexivos:

VERBOS REFLEXIVOS

SIGNIFICADO

VERBO

SIGNIFICADO

ACOSTARSE (UE)

to  go to  bed

ACOSTAR

to  put to bed

COMERSE

to  eat up

COMER

to  eat

DORMIRSE (UE,U)

to  fall asleep

DORMIR (UE,U

to  sleep

ENFERMARSE

to  get/become sick

ENFERMAR

to  make sick

IRSE

to  leave, to  go away

IR

to  go

LEVANTARSE

to  get up

LEVANTAR

to  lift

LLAMARSE

to  be called

LLAMAR

to  call

LLEVARSE

to  take away, to  get along

LLEVAR

to  take, to  carry

PONERSE

to  put on

PONER

to  put to  place

PREGUNTARSE

to  wonder, to  ask oneself

PREGUNTAR

to  ask

QUITARSE

to  take off

QUITAR

to  remove

VESTIRSE (IE,I)

to  get dress

VESTIR

to  dress

 

Comparemos:

Graciela se acuesta a las diez todos los días pero antes acuesta a su hijo a las nueve de la noche.


Actividad Práctica:

  • Decide si en las siguientes debes utilizar el verbo reflexivo o no. Circula la respuesta correcta.

 

a) Los niños duermen / se duermen a las 9 todos los días.

b) Catalina va / se va al cine este sábado.

c) Los estudiantes llevan / se llevan los libros a clase.

d) Los profesores preguntan / se preguntan por los resultados del examen.

e) Sara y Beatriz llevan / se llevan muy bien.

f) El niño come / se come toda la comida.

g) Tú quitas / te quitas el libro que está sobre la mesa.

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