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Ammarah Group Title

Can someone Please help me conjugate reflexive verbs? I have a Quiz tomm. and I need help.

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    Alright. Let's start with an example of a reflexive verb. "Levantarse." (to get up) I'll show you all the conjugated forms of levantarse. There's a pattern. It's pretty easy to spot. (Yo) ME LEVANTO (Tú) TE LEVANTAS (Él/Ella/Usted) SE LEVANTA (Nosotros) NOS LEVANTAMOS (Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes) SE LEVANTAN ~~~~~~~~~~~ Does it look simple enough? Do you still have any questions? If you'd like, you could give me your own example of a reflexive verb, and I'll show you how to conjugate it.

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    Oh hey! I didnt know u were online...i just left my computer on hoping someone would answer, and when u did i wasnt there:( Well I had some trouble with a couple of sentences...here take a look:

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    Please answer as soon as possible, my quiz is tomorrow!

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    Debes __________ (lavarse) la cara antes de comer el desayuno.

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    Mis hermanos no____________________________ (banarse) antes de ir a la escuela porque no tienen mucho tiempo.

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    Debes __________ (lavarse) la cara antes de comer el desayuno. Debes is a verb (must) already... so you don't need to conjugate the second one: Debes lavarse la cara antes de comer el desayuno. (you must wash your face before eating breakfast Mis hermanos no____________________________ (banarse) antes de ir a la escuela porque no tienen mucho tiempo. mis hermanos no se bañan antes de ir a la escuela porque no tienen mucho tiempo. (my brothers don't bathe before school because they don't have much time) use the conjugated form of ustedes/ellos/ellas and use se infront as you're talking of them.

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    order is right. Whenever we see a verb that is ALREADY conjugated, we should not conjugate the verb that comes right after it. Although in this case, I think we should say..."Debes lavarte." "Lavarte" is NOT a conjugated verb. It is infinitive. But it should still end with "te," because "debes" is conjugated in the Tú form.

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    Thankss!

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