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4.13: Putting It Together: ¿Qué haces todos los días?

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    [reveal-answer q=”255132″]Vocabulario: Partes del cuerpo[/reveal-answer]
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    La cara y la cabeza

    • la frente (forehead)
    • la piel (skin)
    • los ojos (eyes)
    • la nariz (nose)
    • la boca (mouth)
    • los dientes (teeth)
    • los labios (lips)
    • la lengua (tongue)
    • el oído (ear [inside])
    • la oreja (ear [outside])
    • el cerebro (brain)
    • el cuello (neck)

    El torso y las extremidades

    • la espalda (back)
    • el pecho (chest)
    • el estómago (stomach)
    • las piernas (legs)
    • los pies (feet)
    • las manos (hands)
    • los dedos (de las manos) (fingers)
    • los dedos de los pies (toes)
    • los brazos (arms)
    • los huesos (bones)
    • los músculos (muscles)

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    [reveal-answer q=”158584″]Los verbos reflexivos[/reveal-answer]
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    get up Play Audiodespertarse (wake up)
    wake upPlay Audiolevantarse (get up)

    arreglarse (to get ready/ready oneself)

    bathPlay Audiobañarse

    showerPlay Audioducharse

    soap Play Audiolavarse

    to cleanPlay Audiolimpiarse

    brush teeth Play Audiocepillarse los dientes

    brush hair Play Audiocepillarse el pelo

    comb hair Play Audiopeinarse

    shave Play Audioafeitarse

    get dressed Play Audiovestirse (to get dressed), Play Audioponerse (to put on), Play Audioprobarse (to try on)

    put on makeup Play Audiomaquillarse


    Otros verbos reflexivos

    relaxing in a hammock Play Audioacostarse (lie down), Play Audiorelajarse (to relax)

    person fallingPlay Audiocaerse (to fall down)

    icon of person going up stairs and getting tiredcansarse (to get tired)

    to leavePlay Audioirse (to go away, to leave)

    To hurt oneselfPlay Audiolastimarse (to hurt oneself)

    forgetolvidarse (to forget)

    remove, take offPlay Audioquitarse (to remove, take away)

    sit down Play Audiosentarse

    The following are some more common reflexive verbs and their non-reflexive equivalents:

    Forma reflexiva Forma no reflexiva
    afeitarse (to shave oneself) afeitar (to shave someone or something)
    arreglarse (to get ready/ready oneself) arreglar (to arrange someone or something)
    bañarse (to bathe oneself) bañar (to bathe someone or something)
    caerse (to fall down) caer (to fall, go down)
    cepillarse (to brush oneself) cepillar (to brush someone or something)
    ducharse (to shower oneself/take a shower) duchar (to shower/give someone a shower)
    irse (to go away, to leave) ir (to go)
    lastimarse (to hurt oneself) lastimar (to hurt someone or something)
    lavarse (to wash oneself) lavar (to wash someone or something)
    levantarse (to get up) levantar (to lift someone or something)
    llamarse (to be called, named) llamar (to call someone or something)
    maquillarse (to put make-up on oneself) maquillar (to put make-up on someone else)
    ponerse (to put on) poner (to put)
    probarse (to try on) probar (to try, to taste)
    quemarse (to burn oneself) quemar (to burn someone or something)
    quitarse (to take off, e.g. clothing) quitar (to take away from someone or something)
    relajarse (to relax oneself) relajar (to relax someone or something)

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    [reveal-answer q=”700514″]Adverbios de frecuencia[/reveal-answer]
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    Con frecuencia Sin frecuencia
    usualmente, constantemente nunca, jamás
    generalmente, por lo general rara vez, pocas veces, poco
    a menudo, regularmente a veces, casi nunca, de vez en cuando
    cada semana, semanalmente apenas (hardly ever)
    todos los días, diariamente por lo menos
    muchas veces, bastante, mucho
    siempre

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