Reflexive Pronouns – Free Exercise

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Choose the correct reflexive pronouns.

  1. Este fin de semana bañaré en la playa.[This weekend I’m going swimming in the sea.]|1st person singular = me
  2. María y Juan levantan temprano todos los días.[María and Juan get up early every day.]|3rd person plural = se
  3. aburrimos mucho en clase de historia.[We get very bored in history class.]|1st person plural = nos
  4. ¿Por qué vistes así?[Why are you dressed like that? ]|2nd person singular = te
  5. Ayer mi vecino cortó un dedo con un cuchillo.[Yesterday my neighbour cut his finger with a knife.]|3rd person singular = se

Complete the sentences with the correct reflexive pronouns.

Note: When the verb appears in brackets, attach the reflexive pronoun to the end of the verb.

  1. —¿Cómo   llamas?
      llamo Patricia.[-—What’s your name?|—My name’s Patricia.]|2nd person singular: te|1st person singular: me
  2. No necesitas (maquillarse)   tanto.[You don’t have to wear so much makeup.]|verb in the infinitive → reflexive pronoun at the end|2nd person singular: te
  3. ¡No   asustéis![Don’t be scared!]|2nd person plural: os
  4. ¡(Cepillarse/tú - imperative)   los dientes antes de ir a la cama![Brush your teeth before you go to bed!]|positive imperative → reflexive pronoun at the end|2nd person singular: te|We add an accent to preserve pronunciation.
  5. Estoy (prepararse)   para los exámenes.[I’m preparing for the exams.]|gerund → reflexive pronoun at the end|1st person singular: me|We add an accent to preserve pronunciation.
  6.   compramos un coche de segunda mano ayer.[We bought a second-hand car yesterday.]|1st person plural: nos
  7. Tuvieron que (sentarse)   en la mesa porque no había más sillas. [They had to sit on the table, because there were no more chairs.]|verb in the infinitive → reflexive pronoun at the end|3rd person plural: se