This video is a continuation of part 1 on reflexive verbs. In this video, we also go over four new verbs that are reflexives dealing with the daily routine, but are also stem-changers (or ‘shoe verbs’). The rule of stem-changers is reviewed in this video.
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(Yo) me cepillo los dientes. – I brush my teeth.
¿Te levantas temprano? – Do you get up early?
acostarse (o-ue) – to go to bed, to put oneself to bed
bañarse – to bathe onself, take a bath
cepillarse – to brush oneself
despertarse (e-ie) – to wake oneself up
dormirse (o-ue) – to fall asleep
lavarse – to wash oneself
levantarse – to get/lift oneself up,
secarse – to dry oneself
vestirse (e-i) – to dress oneself
¿A qué hora ____? – (At) What time?
a la medianoche – at midnight
a las doce – at twelve o’clock
de la manana – in the morning
*Author’s note* to say midnight with ‘a las doce‘ it might be more common to hear ‘a las doce de la noche‘ (at twelve o’clock at night)