Spanish

Question

Match the Spanish reflexive pronouns in the first column with their English equivalents in the second column.

A. nos
yourself
B. me
himself / herself
C. te
ourselves
D. se
myself

2 Answer

  • A. nos (ourselves)
    B. me (myself)
    C. te (yourself)
    D. se (himself / herself)

  • Answer:

    A. nos --> (ourselves)

    B. me --> (myself)

    C. te --> (yourself)

    D. se --> (himself / herself)

    Explanation:

    Reflexives pronouns

    They are those pronouns that can function as subjects, but also exert verbal action. Basically, in its use one can be talking about two or more subjects, who are performing, at the same time, an action; for example: “I bought a nice pink dress”, in the sentence “me” would be the reflexive pronoun, which, as stated above, is naming the subject (conjugated in the first person), as well as announcing the action that he is performing himself, the verbal action is falling upon himself.

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