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Marisol is an exchange student from Ecuador living in the United States. In an e-mail to her best friend, she writes about her daily routine and the routine of her roommate (compañera de cuarto), Jennifer. Complete Marisol’s sentence from the email by writing the reflexive verb that corresponds to the picture. Mi compañera de cuarto, Jennifer_______ más tarde que yo.

MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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this is the one with levantarse that i was talking about
Okay. Let's translate the sentence first, with the blank: "Mi compañera de cuarto, Jennifer_______ más tarde que yo." It means: "My roommate Jennifer _______ later than me." And judging from the picture, it wants us to plug in the word for "to get up." Levantarse. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We have to know how to conjugate "levantarse" first. So let's do that. (Yo) ME LEVANTO (Tú) TE LEVANTAS (Él/Ella/Usted) SE LEVANTA (Nosotros) NOS LEVANTAMOS (Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes) SE LEVANTAN ~~~~~~~~~~~ So, the question is talking about Jennifer. Therefore, we have to use the third person, singular form: SE LEVANTA.

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