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Realidades 2A ¿ Cómo te preparas?. Verbs and Expressions that use the infinitive When you use two verbs together in Spanish, the second one is usually.

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1 Realidades 2A ¿ Cómo te preparas?

2 Verbs and Expressions that use the infinitive When you use two verbs together in Spanish, the second one is usually the infinitive. That means that you conjugate the first one and leave the second one unconjugated. Ex: Oscar prefiere llevar jeans los fines de semana. ¿Vas a llevar un suéter esta noche? The verbs and expressions that are often followed by an infinitive are: -Me gusta – ______________________________________________________________ -Me encanta - ___________________________________________________________ - Poder (o-ue) – ____________________________________________________________ - Deber – ______________________________________________________________ - Preferir (e – ie)– ________________________________________________________ - Querer (e – ie) – __________________________________________________________ - Pensar (e – ie) – __________________________________________________________ -Necesitar – ______________________________________________________________ -Tener que – ______________________________________________________________ -Ir a (future simple) - ______________________________________________________ - Acabar de - ______________________________________________________________ On your notebook page, write one sentence with each one of the terms above. Be ready to share with the class. Remember, the second verbs is not conjugated.

3 Reflexive Verbs To say that people do something to or for themselves, you use reflexive verbs. For example, washing ones hands and brushing ones hair are reflexive actions because the person doing the action also receives the action. The reflexive verbs you need to know are: ACOSTARSE ARREGLARSE EL PELO AFEITARSE BAÑARSE

4 Reflexive Verbs

5 Prepararse – To prepare yourself, to get ready CEPILLARSE LOS DIENTES PINTARSE LAS UÑAS CORTARSE EL PELO PONSERSE VESTIRSE (I-E) DESPERTARSE (E-IE) SECARSE LEVANTARSE

6 Prepararse –

7 Conjugation of Reflexive Verbs The reflexive pronouns that needs to come before the conjugated verbs are: (YO) ME(NOSOTROS) NOS (TÚ) TE (ÉL – ELLA – UD.) SE(ELLOS- ELLAS – UDS.) SE Ex: Antes de una cita, yo me ducho y me arreglo el pelo. Before a meeting I shower and fix my hair. Todos los días me baño y me cepillo los dientes. ________________________________________________ Cuando se levanta se lava la cara. ________________________________________________ Tú te pones el sombrero y te afeitas todas las mañanas. _________________________________________________ On your notebook write 10 sentences using conjugated reflexive verbs. Once you are done complete activity 8 (page 80). BE READY TO SHARE.

8 How does this work? First, you conjugate your verb normally, ignoring the ending SE. LAVARSE LAVO LAVAMOS LAVAS LAVA LAVAN Then you insert the reflexive pronouns before the conjugated verbs ME LAVO NOS LAVAMOS TE LAVAS SE LAVA SE LAVAN

9 Also… When you have two verbs together, remember that only the first one is conjugated. (Check your notebook for more info) With reflexive verbs you can attach the reflexive pronoun before the conjugated verb or after the infinitive, as one word. Ex: Me quiero cepillar los dientes. Quiero cepillarme los dientes. ¿Te prefieres pintar las uñas o arreglar el pelo? ¿Prefieres pintarte las uñas o arreglarte el pelo? ¿Ana se va a cortar el pelo? ¿Ana va a cortarse el pelo? ¿Nos vamos a preparar para la fiesta? ¿Vamos a prepararnos para la fiesta?


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