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  1. Para hablar de la rutina diaria: Los verbos reflexivos

acostarse ( o ue) ………………………………………………………to go to bed

afeitarse……………………………………………………… to shave oneself

arreglarse ………………………………………………………to get fixed up, get ready

bañarse……………………………………………………… to take a bath

cepillarse los dientes……………………………………………………… to brush one’s teeth

despertarse( e ie) ……………………………………………………… to wake up

dormirse (ue , u) ……………………………………………………… to fall asleep

ducharse ……………………………………………………… to take a shower

entrenarse ……………………………………………………… to train

lavarse……………………………………………………… to wash oneself

levantarse……………………………………………………… to get up

maquillarse ……………………………………………………… to put on makeup

peinarse……………………………………………………… to comb one’s hair

ponerse la ropa……………………………………………………… to put on clothes

secarse ……………………………………………………… to dry oneself


  1. Palabras útiles

apagar la luz……………………………………………………… to turn off the light

encender (ie) la luz……………………………………………………… to turn on the light

la rutina ……………………………………………………… routine

tener prisa ……………………………………………………… to be in a hurry

tener sueño ……………………………………………………… to be sleepy

Escribe en español: I am in a hurry! _________________________Are you sleepy? _______________________


  1. La secuencia de eventos

primero ……………………………………………………… first

entonces……………………………………………………… then; so

luego……………………………………………………… later; then

más tarde ……………………………………………………… later on

por fin ……………………………………………………… finally

a veces ……………………………………………………… sometimes

frecuentemente ……………………………………………………… frequently

generalmente……………………………………………………… in general; generally

normalmente……………………………………………………… usually; normally


  1. Las partes del cuerpo

la boca……………………………………………………… mouth

el brazo……………………………………………………… arm

la cabeza ……………………………………………………… head

la cara ……………………………………………………… face

el codo……………………………………………………… elbow

el cuello ……………………………………………………… neck

el dedo……………………………………………………… finger

el dedo del pie……………………………………………………… toe

el diente……………………………………………………… tooth

el estómago……………………………………………………… stomach

la garganta ……………………………………………………… throat

el hombro……………………………………………………… shoulder

la mano……………………………………………………… hand

la muñeca ……………………………………………………… wrist

la naríz……………………………………………………… nose

el ojo (los ojos)……………………………………………………… eye

el oído……………………………………………………… inner ear (hearing)

la oreja……………………………………………………… outer ear

el pie……………………………………………………… foot

la pierna……………………………………………………… leg

la rodilla……………………………………………………… knee

el tobillo……………………………………………………… ankle

la uña……………………………………………………… nail


  1. Cosas para tu rutina

el cepillo (de dientes) ……………………………………………………… brush (toothbrush)

el champú……………………………………………………… shampoo

la crema de afeitar……………………………………………………… shaving cream

el desodorante……………………………………………………… deodorant

el jabón ……………………………………………………… soap

la pasta de dientes……………………………………………………… toothpaste

el peine ……………………………………………………… comb

el secador de pelo……………………………………………………… hair dryer

la toalla……………………………………………………… towel

Gramática: los verbos reflexivos

We are going to break a Spanish 1 Myth:

Me llamo does NOT mean My name is!

It literally means, “I call myself.”

¿Cómo te llamas? Then means________________________

This is the verb “llamarse.” “llamar” means “to be called” and “se” is the reflexive pronoun that means either myself, , yourself, himself, herself, ourselves, or themselves.

The “box” for the verb “Llamarse” looks like this:

Me llamo =

I call myself



Nos llamamos=

Te llamas =


x

Se llama=

Se llaman = they call themselves / you guys call yourselves

The Me, te, se, nos, and se are all ways that the reflexive pronoun “se” is changed to match the subject.

The ending of the verb and the reflexive pronoun will always match!

Like this: me llamo te llamas nos llamamos. “Se” is for both bottom boxes in the chart


Let’s try a new verb:

Arreglarse means to get ready/fixed up in the morning. Arreglarse
























  1. I get ready at 6:30 in the morning. ________________________________________________________

  2. You get ready at 7. ____________________________________________________________________

  3. We get ready before we go out/leave. ____________________________________________________________________

When using the verb “lavarse” and then a body part, you usually don’t mention “mi” or “tu” because we know it’s on that person’s body since “lavarse” means to wash oneself.

Ex: In English we say “ I wash MY hands” but in Spanish it’s more like “I wash myself the hands.”=Me lavo las manos.

Try these! Usa la sección A del paquete.



  1. You wash your hands. ___________________________________________________________

  2. I wash my face. ___________________________________________________________

  3. We wash our hair. __________________________________________________________

  4. They brush their teeth. ___________________________________________________________

  5. We brush our hair. ___________________________________________________________

One verb: put the pronoun (me, te, se, nos) before the conjugated verb.

2 verbs, 2 ways!

Put the pronoun BEFORE the conjugated verb or ATTACHED to the infinitive.

I have to brush my teeth = Me tengo que cepillar los dientes. OR Tengo que cepillarme.


  1. We have to bathe. ____________________________________________________________________OR __________________________________________________________

  2. You don’t want to wash your hair. ____________________________________________________________________OR __________________________________________________________




  1. He doesn’t want to get ready today. ____________________________________________________________________OR __________________________________________________________

All of these verbs can change to the preterite tense. Conjugate the ending how you normally would:

I washed my hair = ________________________________________

You got ready very quickly in the morning = ________________________________________

Note: sometimes you can make these reflexive verbs (se) into regular verbs by removing the se, but then this changes the meaning.

Me lavo la cara = I wash MY face.

Lavo el coche = I wash the car.

Some of these reflexive verbs stem- change! Check your list A to see which ones have a (oue) or (eie)

Despertarse Acostarse




































Dormirse: presente Dormirse: pretérito









































  1. We wake up at 6 am.____________________________________________________________

  2. I wake up early and you wake up late. ____________________________________________________________________________________

  3. At what time do you wake up? ____________________________________________________________

  4. I woke up late but you woke up early! ____________________________________________________________

  5. I fall asleep easily. ___________________________________________________________

  6. Do you fall asleep when you read? ____________________________________________________________



  1. I go to bed at 11 pm.____________________________________________________________

  2. We go to bed early.____________________________________________________________

  3. What time did you go to bed? ____________________________________________________________

  4. We fell asleep early ____________________________________________________________

  5. Did you guys fall asleep in class? ____________________________________________________________

  6. I fell asleep! ____________________________________________________________


The PRESENT PROGRESSIVE is used when you want to say what you are doing RIGHT NOW.

This is like the “-ing” ending in English.

The only difference is, in Spanish they ONLY use this when they are currently in the middle of something RIGHT THEN.

In English, someone will ask, “What are you doing this weekend?” and we may respond, “ I am seeing my friends” but this would never happen in Spanish, because the person is not looking at friends RIGHT AT THE MOMENT.

Instead, someone in Spanish would say, “ I will see my friends/I am going to see my friends” = Voy a ver a mis amigos.

But if you are doing homework right at the moment, studying, brushing your teeth, or reading, it makes sense to use the present progressive in Spanish.


The way you form this tense is by first taking the form of ESTAR that matches the person you are talking about.



















ESTAR: Then drop the ending of the infinitive and give the following endings:

AR: ANDO ER/IR = IENDO

Leer, Creer (to believe/think), oír (to hear) = YENDO

Leyendo / Creyendo / Oyendo

I am talking = Estoy hablando.

We are eating = Estamos comiendo.

NOTE: when using “ir” for going, just conjugate Ir for going = Voy a estudiar = I am going to study. They don’t use yendo for ir.

The ending of –ando, iendo, yendo does NOT change based on how many people!


  1. He is working. ______________________________________________________________

  2. We are dancing. ______________________________________________________________

  3. They are writing. ______________________________________________________________

  4. Are you listening? ______________________________________________________________

  5. He is making the cake. ______________________________________________________________

When you want to attach a pronoun (a reflexive one or maybe an IOP or DOP) you can either put the pronoun BEFORE the ESTAR or attached to the –ando/iendo/yendo. In the case that you attach any pronouns, put the accent on the stressed vowel of the ando/endo/yendo: either ándo, éndo, iéndo.

I am brushing my teeth = Me estoy cepillando los dientes OR Estoy cepillándome los dientes.

We are getting ready = Nos estamos arreglando / estamos arreglándonos.

You can also use a DOP like “the soda” If you want to say “I am drinking it” Estoy bebiéndolo. OR Lo estoy bebiendo.



  1. They are writing them (the letters) ______________________________________________________________

  2. We are preparing them (the burgers) ______________________________________________________________

  3. I am washing my face. ______________________________________________________________

  4. He is falling asleep and you are waking up. __________________________________________________________________________________


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