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aburrirse
to get bored
acostarse (o-ue)
to go to bed
afeitarse
to shave
alegrarse
to be happy
animarse
to cheer up
arreglarse
to get ready
asustarse
to get scared
bañarse
to bathe
calmarse
to calm down
caerse (me caigo)
to fall down
cansarse
to get tired
cepillarse(los dientes, el pelo)
to brush
colorcarse
to get a job
cortarse (el pelo, las uñas)
to cut
decidirse
to make up one'smind
despedirse (e-i)
to say goodbye to
despertarse (e-ie)
to wake up
divertirse (e-ie)
to have fun
dormirse (o-ue)
to fall asleep

while dormir is to sleep
ducharse
to take a shower
enfermarse
to get sick
enojarse
to get angry
lastimarse
to hurt oneself
lavarse
to wash oneself
levantarse
to get up
maquillarse
to put on make up
peinarse (el pelo)
to comb (hair)
pintarse
to put on make up
ponerse (me pongo)
to put on (clothes)
preocuparse
to worry
probarse (o-ue)
to try on
quebrarse
to break (an arm or leg)
quemarse
to burn oneself
quitarse
to undress
romperse
to tear (clothes)
to break (arm, leg)
sentarse (e-ie)
to sit down
sentirse (e-ie)
to feel or regret
sorprenderse
to be surprised
vestirse (e-i)
to get dressed
desvestirse (e-i)
to get undressed
irse
to go away
subirse
to get into
Do reflexive verbs use reflexive pronouns that agree with the subject?

What are they?
yes

me-myself
te-yourself
se-himself, herself, yourself
nos-ourselves
se-themselves, yourselves
Where do we normally place these pronouns?
Directly before the conjugated verb.
When do we not place them directly before the conjugated verb?
1. In affirmative commands-Cállate

2. Attached to the end of a verb phrase. Tengo que vestirme. or
Me tengo que vestir.
callarse
to become quiet
llamarse
to call oneself
secarse
to dry oneself
recordarse 0-ue
to remember
mirarse
to look at oneself