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Reflexive verb building, rules

Reflexive verbs


Coniuno uses the rules listed here to build reflexive verbs.

  1. Reflexive verbs are always built with essere!
  2. Coniuno recognises reflexive verbs from the syntax: verb + si, e.g. lavarsi (the verb’s ending "e" is omitted, means "lavarsi" and not "lavaresi").
  3. Generally spoken the following building scheme is valid for all reflexive verbs:

    Simple tenses:

    
            Singular I     mi + [Verb]
            Singular II    ti + [Verb]
            Singular III   si + [Verb]
            Plural I       ci + [Verb]
            Plural II      vi + [Verb]
            Plural III     si + [Verb]
            

    Simple tenses are built by combining the self pronoun with the conjugated verb.

    Example: Indicativo, Presente, singular I of "lavarsi" = mi lavo


    Composed tenses:

    
            Singular I     mi + [essere] + Participio Passato (Verb)
            Singular II    ti + [essere] + Participio Passato (Verb)
            Singular III   si + [essere] + Participio Passato (Verb)
            Plural I       ci + [essere] + Participio Passato (Verb)
            Plural II      vi + [essere] + Participio Passato (Verb)
            Plural III     si + [essere] + Participio Passato (Verb)
            

    Composed tenses are built by combining the self pronoun with the conjugated form of the auxiliary verb "essere" and the Participio Passato of the verb.

    Example: Indicativo, Passato Prossimo, singular I of "lavarsi" = mi sono lavato


    Valid for the Imperativo:

    
            Singular I     -
            Singular II    [Verb] + ti
            Singular III   si + [Verb]
            Plural I       [Verb] + ci
            Plural II      [Verb] + vi 
            Plural III     si + [Verb]
            

    The self pronoun is directly attached to the conjugated verb for singular II, singular III and plural III.

    Example: Imperativo, plural II of "sbrigharsi" = sbrighiamo + ci = sbrighiamoci



also see:
Italian verb table, overview
Reflexive verb building, example verb



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