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We just started learning about Reflexive Verbs. And We learned how they are supposed to be in the Past tense, but our focus right now is only on the Present tense. And for the present tense I am wondering whether I need agreement or not? Cause I believe agreement is only added in the Passe compose. And I don't need to conjugate with etre either, cause that's for the passe compose too. So I don't need a helping verb for the present tense?


Exercise---------

Mon Horaire
(Basically I'm just telling about my morning routine) I have to conjgate in the present tense.

1. Je me réveille à 6h20.

2. Je me lève à 6h30.

3. Je me lave à 6h35.

4. Je me brosse les dents à 6h45

5. Je m'habille à 6h50.

6. Je mange le petit déjeuner à 7h00.

7. Je regarde la télé à 7h15.

8. Je vais à l'école à 8h00.

9. Je rentre à la maison à 3h00.

10. J'étudie à 4h00.

11. Je me déshabille à 8h00.

12. Je me couche à 8h30.

  • FRENCH - ,

    It looks like a good but busy day!

    Just in case you might like a list of common Reflexive Verbs:

    s'amuser = to enjoy oneself, have a good time
    s'appeler = to be called/named
    s'arrêter = to stop
    s'asseoir = to sit (down)
    se battre = to fight
    se blesser = to hurt oneself, get hurt
    se brosser = to brush oneself
    se coucher = to lie down, go to bed, set
    se dépêcher = to to hurry
    se déshabiller = to get undressed
    s'en aller = to go away
    s'endormir = to fall asleep
    s'ennuyer = to get bored
    se fâcher = to get angry
    s'habiller = to dress (oneself), get    dressed
    se laver = to wash (oneself), get washed
    se lever = to get up, rise
    se marier = to marry, get married
    se passer = to happen
    se plaindre = to complain
    se porter = to feel (of health)
    se promener = to take a walk
    se rappeler = to recall, remember
    se raser = to shave (oneself)
    se reposer = to rest
    se réveiller = to wake up
    se sentir = to feel
    se souvenir de = to remember
    se taire = to be silent, keep quiet
    se tromper = to be mistaken, make a    mistake
    se trouver = to be, be situated/found

    These verbs may also be used nonreflexively and then the meaning changes.

    Reflexive Verbs are used in the Présent de l'Indicatif, l'Imparfait de l'Indicatif, le Passé Simple, le Futur, le Conditionnel Présent, le Présent du Subjonctif and l'Imparfait du Subjunctif. Don't forget l'Impératif (then the reflexive pronuns follow the verb and are connected to it with a hyphen in the affirmative imperative, te changing to toi. Yes, être is the helping verb/auxiliary in compound tenses: Passé Composé, Plus-que-parfait de l'Indicatif, Le Passé Antérieur, Le Futur Antéreieur, Le Conditionnel Passé, Le passé du Suibjonctif and Le Plus-que-parfait du Subjonctif.
    (there are 7 "simple" tenses and 7 "compound" tenses

    Sra (aka Mme)

  • FRENCH - ,

    6. Je mange le petit déjeuner à 7h00.
    I would say : JE PRENDS le petit déjeuner...
    11 Je me désabille à 8h00
    I would say : Je me CHANGE à 8h00.

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