How to Talk About Your Daily Routine in Spanish || Using Spanish Pronouns and Reflexive Verbs

How to Talk About Your Daily Routine in Spanish

Using Spanish Pronouns and Reflexive Verbs

In this video, we are talking about the daily routine in Spanish and the reflexive verbs. We will talk about how to make a clear difference between the actions that you do to yourself and the actions that you do to something else. To understand how to use the reflexive verbs we will have to talk about how to use these Spanish pronouns me, te, se, nos, vos, and se.

If you need more explanations on the Spanish pronouns check out this videos below.

https://youtu.be/h362l51Bvyc
https://youtu.be/-1vuQo0D4V4

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