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accidents and injuries | direct objects | reflexive only | facilexico vocabulary


Accidents - Verbs with Direct Objects

Reflexive Only

hurts/injures, cuts, burns

This vocabulary requires that you understand how direct objects work in Spanish. Take a few days to learn about them here.

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Direct-Object Pronouns

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Direct-Object Pronouns with Pronoun 'Tags'

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Daily Routine - Verbs with Direct Objects

Non-reflexive & Reflexive

arranges ("gets ready"), cares ("cares for..."/"takes care of..."), dresses, undresses, washes, bathes, showers, dries, brushes, combs, shaves, depilates, paints ("puts on makeup"), "makes up" ("puts on makeup"), wakes, rises/lifts ("gets up"/"stands up"), lays ("lays down"/"goes to bed")

This vocabulary requires that you understand how direct objects work in Spanish, including reflexive direct objects. Take a few days to learn about them here.


MINI-LESSON

Reflexive & Non-reflexive Direct-Object Pronouns

Remember that the verb really isn't reflexive, the object is reflexive.

An object is reflexive if it is the same as the subject:

· he sees himself

· they will respect themselves

· I have invited myself

Calling a verb with a reflexive direct object a "reflexive verb" is misleading and inexact.

The verbs included in a typical daily-routine unit are usually only practiced with reflexive pronouns, but they can also be practiced logically with non-reflexive pronouns:

· a man who goes to a barber will say, "he shaves me". And the barber will say "I shave him".

· patients in a hospital will say, "they bathe us", and the nurses will say, "we bathe them".

It's all very logical!

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Verbs with Direct-Object Pronouns

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Verbs with Direct-Object Pronouns Plus Pronouns 'Tags'

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syntax | direct objects | other uses | daily routine | reflexive and non-reflexive | cromagramatica


Daily Routine - Verbs with Direct Objects

Non-reflexive & Reflexive

arranges ("gets ready"), cares ("cares for..."/"takes care of..."), dresses, undresses, washes, bathes, showers, dries, brushes, combs, shaves, depilates, paints ("puts on makeup"), "makes up" ("puts on makeup"), wakes, rises/lifts ("gets up"/"stands up"), lays ("lays down"/"goes to bed")


MINI-LESSON

Reflexive & Non-reflexive Direct-Object Pronouns

Remember that the verb really isn't reflexive, the object is reflexive.

An object is reflexive if it is the same as the subject:

· he sees himself

· they will respect themselves

· I have invited myself

Calling a verb with a reflexive direct object a "reflexive verb" is misleading and inexact.

The verbs included in a typical daily-routine unit are usually only practiced with reflexive pronouns, but they can also be practiced logically with non-reflexive pronouns:

· a man who goes to a barber will say, "he shaves me". And the barber will say "I shave him".

· patients in a hospital will say, "they bathe us", and the nurses will say, "we bathe them".

It's all very logical!

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Verbs with Direct-Object Pronouns

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Verbs with Direct-Object Pronouns Plus Pronouns 'Tags'

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syntax | direct objects | other uses | accidents and injuries | reflexive only | cromagramatica


Accidents - Verbs with Direct Objects

Reflexive Only

hurts/injures, cuts, burns

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Direct-Object Pronouns

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Direct-Object Pronouns with Pronoun 'Tags'

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syntax | direct object of verb | personal pronoun tags | tonic pronouns | cromagramatica


Direct Objects of the Verb

Personal-Pronoun 'Tags'

This practice is not meant to be finished in one day or in one sitting. Do some one day, then come back a few more times!

Part 1 - Lesson


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Part 2 - Practice & Vocabulary


MATCHING

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PRONOUN 'TAGS' ALONG WITH THE VERB

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PRONOUN 'TAGS' WITHOUT THE VERB

Because the pronoun 'tag' does not complete the verb, it is also used alone (i.e., outside the context of a sentence) as a short answer.

In this exchange, the first answer is using the verb, and the second is not.

- ¿A quién invitamos? (Whom are we inviting?)

- Lo invitamos a él.

- ¿¿¿A quién???

- ¡¡¡A él!!!

Likewise, the personal pronoun "lo" couldn't be used as a one-word answer without the verb.

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syntax | direct objects | other uses | daily routine | reflexive only | cromagramatica


Daily Routine - Verbs with Direct Objects

Reflexive

arranges ("gets ready"), cares ("cares for..."/"takes care of..."), dresses, undresses, washes, bathes, showers, dries, brushes, combs, shaves, depilates, paints ("puts on makeup"), "makes up" ("puts on makeup"), wakes, rises/lifts ("gets up"/"stands up"), lays ("lays down"/"goes to bed")

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Introduction to Vocabulary

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Direct Objects of the Verb

Introduction

Part 1 - Lesson


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Common Transitive Verbs

VERB SET #1

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VERB SET #2

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