Reflexive Verbs in Portuguese. Luana: Vocês se lembram do que eu falei?

Hello everyone! Ready for one more class! On today’s Dica we will talk about Reflexive Verbs in Portuguese!

Reflexive Verbs in Portuguese

In Portuguese, Reflexive Verbs are used to express actions in which the direct object is the same as the subject of the verb. Today we are going to study a list with some reflexive verbs in Portuguese

But first, let’s see a structure using a reflexive verb:

Reflexive Verbs in Portuguese. Verbos Reflexivos

In this example, the verb Sentir (to feel) needs a reflexive pronoun. As the subject of the sentence is Eu (I), the reflexive pronoun must be Me. Here is a list of verbs that need a reflexive pronoun.

List with Reflexive Verbs in Portuguese

ferir-se;
cortar-se;
pentear-se;
vestir-se;
barbear-se;
pintar-se;
sentar-se;
levantar-se;
deitar-se;
encostar-se;
olhar-se;
pôr-se;
intrometer-se;
preocupar-se;
sentir-se
lembrar-se
divertir-se
to hurt oneself
to cut oneself
to brush ones hair
to get dressed
to shave
to paint oneself
to sit
to stand up
to lay down
to lean
to look at oneself
to put
to intrude
to worry
to feel
to remember
to have fun

Now let’s see an example using the Reflexive Verbs in Portuguese:

Example

Reflexive Verbs in Portuguese. Igor: Não estou me sentindo muito bem.

Diogo: Que foi, cara? Tá com uma cara estranha!
Igor: Sei lá…Não estou me sentindo muito bem.

Diogo: What’s wrong dude? You look weird!
Igor: I don’t know…I don’t feel very well.

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