Conocer \u2013 conozco (conjugated like obedecer, ofrecer, and parecer)
Dar \u2013 doy
Hacer \u2013 hago
Poner \u2013 pongo
Saber \u2013 s\u00e9
Salir \u2013 salgo
Traer \u2013 traigo
Ver \u2013 veo
Caer - caigo
Used to say that people do something to or for themselves. The reflexive pronoun can come
before the verb or can be attached to an infinitive. Use the definite article with parts of the body
or articles of the clothing.
Possessive adjectives in Spanish agree in gender and number with the nouns they describe. They
are placed in front of the noun. Use the prepositional phrasede + noun/pronoun for clarity or
emphasis withsu andsus.
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