Reflexive Spanish Conjugation Chart



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For the most part, reflexive Spanish conjugation is the same as non-reflexive Spanish conjugation but with the addition of reflexive pronouns in front of the verb.

However, one important difference lies in the imperative reflexive conjugations.

The imperative tense is the tense used when giving commands (for example, 'eat up!', 'go to bed!', 'clean your room!').

Note that the affirmative imperative tense (for example, 'get used to it!') and the negative imperative tense (for example, 'do not get dirty!') are:

  • not only conjugated differently from the non-reflexive imperative tense

  • they are also conjugated differently to each other!


Reflexive Spanish Conjugation Chart


Insert the verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'bañ' is the stem of the verb 'bañarse' [to bathe/wash oneself]:
  'yo me estoy bañando' means 'I am bathing/washing (myself)',
  'yo me he bañado' means 'I have bathed/washed (myself)'.


-ar -er -ir
Gerund


-ando

-iendo

Participle


-ado

-ido



Present Tense

Insert the Spanish reflexive verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'alarm' is the stem of the verb 'alarmarse' [to be alarmed]
and 'yo me alarmo' means 'I am alarmed'.


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo
(I)


(You)

Él/ella/usted
(He/she/you)

me
-o

te
-as

se
-a


me
-o

te
-es

se
-e


me
-o

te
-es

se
-e


Plural

Nosotros/as
(We)

Vosotros/as
(You)

Ellos/ellas/ustedes
(They/they/you)

nos
-amos

os
-áis

se
-an


nos
-emos

os
-éis

se
-en


nos
-imos

os
-ís

se
-en



Imperfect Past Tense

Insert the verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'met' is the stem of the verb 'meterse' [to place oneself]
and 'tú te metías' means 'you placed yourself'.


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo
(I)


(You)

Él/ella/usted
(He/she/you)

me
-aba

te
-abas

se
-aba


me
-ía

te
-ías

se
-ía


Plural

Nosotros/as
(We)

Vosotros/as
(You)

Ellos/ellas/ustedes
(They/they/you)

nos
-ábamos

os
-abais

se
-aban


nos
-íamos

os
-íais

se
-ían



Preterit Past Tense

Insert the Spanish reflexive verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'aburr' is the stem of the verb 'aburrirse' [to get bored]
and 'ella se aburrió' means 'she got bored'.


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo
(I)


(You)

Él/ella/usted
(He/she/you)

me


te
-aste

se



me


te
-iste

se
-ió


Plural

Nosotros/as
(We)

Vosotros/as
(You)

Ellos/ellas/ustedes
(They/they/you)

nos
-amos

os
-asteis

se
-aron


nos
-imos

os
-isteis

se
-ieron



Future Tense

Insert the verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'mir' is the stem of the verb 'mirarse' [to look at oneself]
and 'nosotros nos miraremos' means 'we will look at ourselves'.


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo
(I)


(You)

Él/ella/usted
(He/she/you)

me
-aré

te
-arás

se
-ará


me
-eré

te
-erás

se
-erá


me
-iré

te
-irás

se
-irá


Plural

Nosotros/as
(We)

Vosotros/as
(You)

Ellos/ellas/ustedes
(They/they/you)

nos
-aremos

os
-aréis

se
-arán


nos
-eremos

os
-eréis

se
-erán


nos
-iremos

os
-iréis

se
-irán



Conditional Tense

Insert the Spanish reflexive verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'necesit' is the stem of the verb 'necesitarse' [to need each other]
and 'ellos se necesitarían' means 'they would need each other'.


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo
(I)


(You)

Él/ella/usted
(He/she/you)

me
-aría

te
-arías

se
-aría


me
-ería

te
-erías

se
-ería


me
-iría

te
-irías

se
-iría


Plural

Nosotros/as
(We)

Vosotros/as
(You)

Ellos/ellas/ustedes
(They/they/you)

nos
-aríamos

os
-aríais

se
-arían


nos
-eríamos

os
-eríais

se
-erían


nos
-iríamos

os
-iríais

se
-irían



Present Subjunctive Tense

Insert the verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'permit' is the stem of the verb 'permitirse' [to allow oneself]
and 'que vosotros os permitáis' means 'that you allow yourselves'.


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo
(I)


(You)

Él/ella/usted
(He/she/you)

me
-e

te
-es

se
-e


me
-a

te
-as

se
-a


Plural

Nosotros/as
(We)

Vosotros/as
(You)

Ellos/ellas/ustedes
(They/they/you)

nos
-emos

os
-éis

se
-en


nos
-amos

os
-áis

se
-an



Imperfect Past Subjunctive Tense

Insert the verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'sorprend' is the stem of 'sorprenderse' [to be surprised]
and 'que yo me sorprendiera' means 'that I was surprised'.


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo
(I)


(You)

Él/ella/usted
(He/she/you)

me -ara
or
me -ase

te -aras
or
te -eses

se -ara
or
se -ase


me -iera
or
me -iese

te -ieras
or
me -ieses

se -iera
or
me -iese


Plural

Nosotros/as
(We)

Vosotros/as
(You)

Ellos/ellas/ustedes
(They/they/you)

nos -áramos
or
nos -asemos

os -arais
or
os -aseis

se -aran
or
se -asen


nos -iéramos
or
nos -iésemos

os -ierais
or
os -ieseis

se -ieran
or
se -iesen



Affirmative Imperative Tense

Insert the verb stem in place of '-'
(for example, 'acostumbr' is the stem of 'acostumbrarse' [to get used to]).

Note that in most cases an additional accent is required on the last syllable of the stem for all affirmative imperative conjugations except nosotros and vosotros.
For example, '¡Acostúmbrate!' means 'Get used to it!'


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo
(I)


(You)

Usted
(You)

(n/a)


-ate


-ese


(n/a)


-ete


-ase


(n/a)


-ete


-ase


Plural

Nosotros/as
(We)

Vosotros/as
(You)

Ustedes
(You)

-émonos


-aos


-ense


-ámonos


-eos


-anse


-ámonos


-ios


-anse



Negative Imperative Tense

Insert the verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'manch' is the stem of 'mancharse' [to get dirty])
and '¡No os manchéis!' means 'Don't get dirty!'


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo
(I)


(You)

Usted
(You)

(n/a)

 (no) te
-es

(no) se
-e


(n/a)

(no) te
-as

(no) se
-a


(n/a)

(no) te
-as

(no) se
-a


Plural

Nosotros/as
(We)

Vosotros/as
(You)

Ustedes
(You)

(no) nos
-emos

(no) os
-éis

(no) se
-en


(no) nos
-amos

(no) os
-áis

(no) se
-an


(no) nos
-amos

(no) os
-áis

(no) se
-an

Insert the verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'bañ' is the stem of the verb 'bañarse' [to bathe/wash oneself]:
  'yo me estoy bañando' means 'I am bathing/washing (myself)',
  'yo me he bañado' means 'I have bathed/washed (myself)'.


-ar -er -ir
Gerund


-ando

-iendo

Participle


-ado

-ido



Present Tense

Insert the Spanish reflexive verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'alarm' is the stem of the verb 'alarmarse' [to be alarmed]
and 'yo me alarmo' means 'I am alarmed'.


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo (I)

(You)

Él (He)
Ella (She)
Usted (You)

me
-o

te
-as

se
-a

me
-o

te
-es

se
-e

me
-o

te
-es

se
-e

Plural

Nosotros (We)
Nosotras (We)

Vosotros (You)
Vosotras (You)

Ellos (They)
Ellas (They)
Ustedes (You)

nos
-amos

os
-áis

se
-an


nos
-emos

os
-éis

se
-en


nos
-imos

os
-ís

se
-en



Imperfect Past Tense

Insert the verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'met' is the stem of the verb 'meterse' [to place oneself]
and 'tú te metías' means 'you placed yourself'.


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo (I)

(You)

Él (He)
Ella (She)
Usted (You)

me
-aba

te
-abas

se
-aba

me
-ía

te
-ías

se
-ía

Plural

Nosotros (We)
Nosotras (We)

Vosotros (You)
Vosotras (You)

Ellos (They)
Ellas (They)
Ustedes (You)

nos
-ábamos

os
-abais

se
-aban


nos
-íamos

os
-íais

se
-ían



Preterit Past Tense

Insert the Spanish reflexive verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'aburr' is the stem of the verb 'aburrirse' [to get bored]
and 'ella se aburrió' means 'she got bored'.


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo (I)

(You)

Él (He)
Ella (She)
Usted (You)

me


te
-aste

se


me


te
-iste

se
-ió

Plural

Nosotros (We)
Nosotras (We)

Vosotros (You)
Vosotras (You)

Ellos (They)
Ellas (They)
Ustedes (You)

nos
-amos

os
-asteis

se
-aron


nos
-imos

os
-isteis

se
-ieron



Future Tense

Insert the verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'mir' is the stem of the verb 'mirarse' [to look at oneself]
and 'nosotros nos miraremos' means 'we will look at ourselves'.


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo (I)

(You)

Él (He)
Ella (She)
Usted (You)

me
-aré

te
-arás

se
-ará

me
-eré

te
-erás

se
-erá

me
-iré

te
-irás

se
-irá

Plural

Nosotros (We)
Nosotras (We)

Vosotros (You)
Vosotras (You)

Ellos (They)
Ellas (They)
Ustedes (You)

nos
-aremos

os
-aréis

se
-arán


nos
-eremos

os
-eréis

se
-erán


nos
-iremos

os
-iréis

se
-irán



Conditional Tense

Insert the Spanish reflexive verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'necesit' is the stem of the verb 'necesitarse' [to need each other]
and 'ellos se necesitarían' means 'they would need each other'.


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo (I)

(You)

Él (He)
Ella (She)
Usted (You)

me
-aría

te
-arías

se
-aría

me
-ería

te
-erías

se
-ería

me
-iría

te
-irías

se
-iría

Plural

Nosotros (We)
Nosotras (We)

Vosotros (You)
Vosotras (You)

Ellos (They)
Ellas (They)
Ustedes (You)

nos
-aríamos

os
-aríais

se
-arían


nos
-eríamos

os
-eríais

se
-erían


nos
-iríamos

os
-iríais

se
-irían



Present Subjunctive Tense

Insert the verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'permit' is the stem of the verb 'permitirse' [to allow oneself]
and 'que vosotros os permitáis' means 'that you allow yourselves'.


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo (I)

(You)

Él (He)
Ella (She)
Usted (You)

me
-e

te
-es

se
-e

me
-a

te
-as

se
-a

Plural

Nosotros (We)
Nosotras (We)

Vosotros (You)
Vosotras (You)

Ellos (They)
Ellas (They)
Ustedes (You)

nos
-emos

os
-éis

se
-en


nos
-amos

os
-áis

se
-an



Imperfect Past Subjunctive Tense

Insert the verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'sorprend' is the stem of 'sorprenderse' [to be surprised]
and 'que yo me sorprendiera' means 'that I was surprised'.


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo (I)

(You)

Él (He)
Ella (She)
Usted (You)

me -ara
or
me -ase

te -aras
or
te -eses

se -ara
or
se -ase

me -iera
or
me -iese

te -ieras
or
me -ieses

se -iera
or
me -iese

Plural

Nosotros (We)
Nosotras (We)

Vosotros (You)
Vosotras (You)

Ellos (They)
Ellas (They)
Ustedes (You)

nos -áramos
or
nos -asemos

os -arais
or
os -aseis

se -aran
or
se -asen


nos -iéramos
or
nos -iésemos

os -ierais
or
os -ieseis

se -ieran
or
se -iesen



Affirmative Imperative Tense

Insert the verb stem in place of '-'
(for example, 'acostumbr' is the stem of 'acostumbrarse' [to get used to]).

Note that in most cases an additional accent is required on the last syllable of the stem for all affirmative imperative conjugations except nosotros and vosotros.
For example, '¡Acostúmbrate!' means 'Get used to it!'


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo
(I)


(You)

Usted
(You)

(n/a)


-ate


-ese


(n/a)


-ete


-ase


(n/a)


-ete


-ase


Plural

Nosotros/as
(We)

Vosotros/as
(You)

Ustedes
(You)

-émonos


-aos


-ense


-ámonos


-eos


-anse


-ámonos


-ios


-anse



Negative Imperative Tense

Insert the verb stem in place of '-'.

For example,
'manch' is the stem of 'mancharse' [to get dirty])
and '¡No os manchéis!' means 'Don't get dirty!'


-ar -er -ir

Singular

Yo
(I)


(You)

Usted
(You)

(n/a)


 (no) te
-es

(no) se
-e

(n/a)


(no) te
-as

(no) se
-a

(n/a)


(no) te
-as

(no) se
-a

Plural

Nosotros/as
(We)

Vosotros/as
(You)

Ustedes
(You)

(no) nos
-emos

(no) os
-éis

(no) se
-en

(no) nos
-amos

(no) os
-áis

(no) se
-an

(no) nos
-amos

(no) os
-áis

(no) se
-an

Note that irregular Spanish reflexive verbs do not follow the rules in this regular Spanish conjugation chart above.


So what's the best way to master reflexive Spanish conjugation?

Having learned five languages and, therefore, five lots of reflexive verb conjugations, I feel it is my duty to tell you that there is a faster and an easier way to learn Spanish conjugation than to memorize them from a table.

The best way to make reflexive verb conjugation come naturally when speaking Spanish is to listen to them being used in context (as part of a phrase or a sentence).

Better still, listen and repeat the sentence/phrase containing the reflexive conjugation out loud.

As your brain subconsciously learns what sounds right, you will find yourself using and conjugating reflexive verbs without even having to think. Sound too good to be true? It's not!

I've learned reflexive verb conjugations both from verb tables and through repeated listening. Let me assure you that listening wins hands down!

Why? Well, the simple reason is, the brain cannot compute fast enough when speaking to pluck the right reflexive conjugation out of a memorized table in your head. When we speak fluently, we rely on our subconscious to know what sounds right, much the way we learn to speak as children.

Scroll down beyond the reflexive verb conjugation chart below for the solution to all Spanish conjugation problems!

Spanish Verb Conjugation Made Easy The best way to make using reflexive Spanish conjugation as intuitive as possible is to listen and repeat them in contextual phrases and sentences.

This drills reflexive Spanish conjugation into your subconscious so that you won't have to memorize a Spanish conjugation table ever again!

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