Why are there two “vous” in “Comment vous vous appelez”? What does “se promener” mean exactly and how to conjugate it properly ? This episode is a good introduction or brush up about reflexive verbs and pronouns. You’ll finally understand when and how to conjugate them – I bet you’ll even find that you know many more reflexive verbs than you thought you knew!
Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode
Appeler = to call
S’appeler = to call oneself
Laver = to wash
Je lave ma voiture, je lave mon chien
Se laver = to wash oneself
Je me lave
Je me lave les mains, nous nous lavons les dents
Se raser, se dire, se promener
Se demander = to wonder
Se laver = to wash each other
S’appeler = to call each other
Nous nous appelons tous les jours
Je me regarde vs Romeo et Juliette se regardent
Je m’aime vs Romeo et Juliette s’aiment
Ils se demandent pardon
J’ai lavé ma voiture
Je me suis lavé,e
Il a regardé la télé
Romeo et Juliette se sont regardés
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