How to Speak Spanish: Reflexive verbs & stem changers
In this video, learn about los verbos relexivos. Some examples of daily use actions: Yo me cepillo los dientes. This means I brush my teeth. For most beginning students of Spanish, one of the hardest things to understand is verbs. That's because verbs in Spanish act differently than verbs in English. There are many Spanish verbs (like ser and estar) that convey distinctions in meanings that don't exist in English. You'll discover tenses (like the subjunctive) that you never knew existed. Strangest of all, you'll discover that verbs in Spanish not only contain information about when the action took place (the tense), but also who performed the action (the subject).