reflexive verb

NOUN
  1. a verb whose agent performs an action that is directed at the agent
    `perjure' is a reflexive verb because you cannot perjure anyone but yourself
    the sentence `he washed' has a reflexive verb
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How To Use reflexive verb In A Sentence

  • the sentence `he washed' has a reflexive verb
  • `perjure' is a reflexive verb because you cannot perjure anyone but yourself
  • The reflexive verb sich befinden means literally ‘find oneself’.
  • I am weak in reflexive verbs and in object pronouns but since nobody else has responded yet, let me try ... súbetelo (note the accent) would mean to me "carry it up yourself" (the te in this case meaning yourself) while súbelo would mean lift it up, put it up. Reflexive verbs
  • A French language lesson follows with the Brother conjugating the reflexive verb déshabiller, ‘to undress’.
  • A French language lesson follows with the Brother conjugating the reflexive verb deshabiller, ‘to undress’.
  • What should be emphasized here is the use of the reflexive verb - ‘devalue themselves’.
  • In the sentence, "She prides herself on doing a good job", "prides" is a reflexive verb and "herself" is a reflexive pronoun.
  • Thanks for "douse" which reminds me of a reflexive verb that I had wanted to include in the story: "se tartiner". Dorloter - French Word-A-Day
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