• Spanish grammar
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  • 1 Spanish alphabet [0/1]
  • 2 Spanish articles [0/6]
  • 3 Spanish nouns [0/8]
  • 4 Spanish adjectives [0/17]
  • 5 Spanish numbers [0/6]
  • 6 Spanish pronouns [0/32]
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  • 6.1 Spanish personal pronouns [0/15]
  • 6.2 Spanish reflexive pronouns [0/2]
  • 6.3 Spanish possessive pronouns [0/2]
  • 6.4 Spanish demonstrative pronouns [0/2]
  • 6.5 Spanish interrogative pronouns [0/3]
  • 6.6 Spanish relative pronouns [0/3]
  • 7 Adverbs in Spanish [0/18]
  • 8 Sentence structure and word order in Spanish [0/4]
  • 9 Spanish prepositions [0/2]
  • 10 Spanish tenses and verb conjugation [0/27]
  • 10.1 Present tense in Spanish (el presente) [0/3]
  • 10.2 Past tenses in Spanish (el pasado) [0/18]
  • 10.2.1 Pretérito perfecto simple (indefinido) in Spanish [0/3]
  • 10.2.2 Pretérito perfecto compuesto in Spanish [0/3]
  • 10.2.3 Difference between Pretérito Perfecto and Indefinido [0/3]
  • 10.2.4 Pretérito Imperfecto in Spanish [0/3]
  • 10.2.5 Difference between imperfecto and indefinido [0/3]
  • 10.2.6 Pretérito pluscuamperfecto in Spanish [0/3]
  • 10.3 Future tense in Spanish (el futuro) [0/6]
  • 11 Difference between "ser" and "estar" in Spanish [0/3]
  • 12 Spanish verbs [0/7]
  • 13 Gerund in Spanish (el gerundio) [0/3]
  • 14 Imperative in Spanish (imperativo) [0/6]
  • 15 Passive in Spanish (voz pasiva) [0/3]
  • 16 Negation in Spanish [0/2]
  • Reflexive verb

    English translation

    Example

    aburrir(se)

    to get bored

    Estoy en casa sola y me aburro(I am alone in the house and I am getting bored.)

    acordar(se) de

    to remember

    ¿Te acuerdas de mí? (Do you remember me?)

    acostar(se)

    to go to bed

    Esta noche quiero acostarme pronto. (Tonight I want to go to bed early.)

    afeitar(se)

    to shave (oneself)

    Mi padre se afeita antes de desayunar. (My father shaves [himself] before breakfast.)

    asustar(se)

    to get scared

    Su cara nos asustó(His face scared us.)

    atrever(se) a

    to dare

    No se atrevó a decirle nada. (He did not dare to tell her anything.)

    bañar(se)

    to bathe (oneself)

    Hace calor. Voy a bañarme. (It is hot. I'll go to bathe [myself].)

    casar(se) con

    to get married with

    Luca se ha casado con una chica de Valencia. (Luca has got married with a girl from Valencia.)

    despedir(se) de

    to say goodbye

    No quiero despedirme de ti. (I do not want to say good-bye to you.)

    despertar(se) 

    to wake up

    ¿A qué hora os habéis despertado(What time have you woken up?)

    distraer(se)

    to get distracted

    Necesito distraerme. (I need to get distracted.)

    duchar(se)

    to shower (oneself)

    Cada mañana me ducho antes de ir a la oficina. (Every morning I shower [myself] before going to the office.)

    enfadar(se) 

    to get angry 

    Se enfadaron con él cuando descubrieron la verdad. (They got angry with him when they discovered the truth.)

    enterar(se)

    to understand, to realize

    El profesor no se enteró de lo que estaba pasando en clase. (The professor did not realize what was going on in the class.)

    fijar(se)

    to pay attention to

    No me fijé por dónde caminaba y me caí de las escaleras. (I did not pay attention to where I was going and I fell down the stairs.)

    ir(se)

    to leave

    La prima de Juan se ha ido de España. (Juan's cousin has left Spain.)

    lavar(se)

    to wash (oneself)

    ¡Lávate las manos! (Wash your hands!)

    levantar(se)

    to get up

    Esta mañana mi hijo se ha levantado muy temprano. (This morning my son has got up very early.)

    maquillar(se)

    to put makeup on

    A Lucía le encanta maquillarse. (Lucia loves to put makeup on.)

    olvidar(se) de

    to forget

    ¡No te olvides de mí! (Don't forget me!)

    peinar(se)

    to brush (one's hair)

    Quiero peinarme antes de salir. (I want to brush my hair before going out.)

    poner(se)

    to put on, to wear

    No sé qué ponerme(I do not know what to wear.)

    preocupar(se) de

    to worry

    No tienes que preocuparte, encontrarás una solución. (You do not need to worry, you will find a solution.)

    probar(se)

    to try on

    Me probé una chaqueta muy elegante en la tienda a lado de la Plaza del Ayuntamiento. (I tried on a very elegant jacket in the shop next to the Plaza of the City Hall.)

    quedar(se)

    to stay

    ¡Quédate conmigo! (Stay with me!)

    quejar(se) de

    to complain about

    Mi padre sigue quejandose de dolor de cabeza. (My father keeps on complaining about headache.)

    quitar(se)

    to take off

    ¡Quitate las botas que vas a ensuciar el suelo! (Take off your boots or the floor will get dirty!)

    secar(se)

    to dry off

    Tengo que secarme el pelo antes de salir. (I have to dry my hair before going out.)

    sentar(se)

    to sit down

    ¡Sentaos aquí! (Sit down here!)

    tapar(se)

    to cover up (oneself)

    ¡Tápate que coges frío! (Cover yourself or you will get cold!)

    volver(se)

    to become

    Cuando descubrió que su novia salía con otro chico, se volvió loco. (When he found out that his girlfriend was dating another boy, he got crazy.)