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What does it mean when "te" or "se" is added onto a verb in infinitive form.
I've been trying to find an article online for this but no luck! Im so confusedd.

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    Specific examples will make it clearer!

    te = could be reflexive pronoun (yourself), direct object (you), indirect object = (to/for/at/from you ) all singular and femini ne.

    se = could be reflexive pronoun (self, himself, herself, yourself (formal), themselves, yourselves (formal, plural) It could also be standing in for the indirect-object pronouns "le" or "les" when followed by lo, la, los, or las.

    Once again, give me the examples you are looking at and I tell you exactly what it is!

    Sra

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