Reflexive verbs are formed in the same way as regular -ar / -er / -ir verbs but include a reflexive pronoun (eg me, te, se).
Reflexive verbs are often used to describe actions that we do to ourselves. They are particularly useful when talking about daily routine. For example:
They are also used for talking about relationships with other people. For example:
The reflexive pronoun is attached to the end of the infinitive (eg bañarse - to have a bath).
In the present tense, the pronoun comes before the verb and changes according to the person (eg me baño - I have a bath, nos bañamos - we have a bath).
|levantarse (to get up)|
Reflexive verbs can be used in any tense, like any other verb.