Some reflexive verbs are also separable verbs. Form them in the usual way, eg
The other reflexive pronouns don't change. They have an object as well as a pronoun. Why?
Look at this example:
Question: What are you buying? Answer: A phone.
Question: Who are you buying it for? Answer: For yourself.
Hilfsvokabeln- Helpful vocabulary
What do the following sentences mean?
How would you say the following in German?
The word English verb 'to abseil' comes from the German reflexive separable verb sich abseilen.
It means to let down or away on a rope - der Seil means rope, ab means away, down or off.
So if you are abseiling, you are literally 'roping yourself down' - ich seile mich ab.