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  • About the misunderstanding that reflexive verbs are all command verbs, consider just one other example: aburrirse which means to become bored or to get tired. aburrir on the other hand means to bore or annoy or to vex.

    Reflexive verbs

  • Yes of course, but most often in the negative. aburrir.

    Reflexive verbs

  • Yes of course, but most often in the negative. aburrir.

    Reflexive verbs

  • Yes of course, but most often in the negative. aburrir.

    Reflexive verbs

  • About the misunderstanding that reflexive verbs are all command verbs, consider just one other example: aburrirse which means to become bored or to get tired. aburrir on the other hand means to bore or annoy or to vex.

    Reflexive verbs

  • Yes of course, but most often in the negative. aburrir.

    Reflexive verbs

  • Yes of course, but most often in the negative. aburrir.

    Reflexive verbs

  • About the misunderstanding that reflexive verbs are all command verbs, consider just one other example: aburrirse which means to become bored or to get tired. aburrir on the other hand means to bore or annoy or to vex.

    Reflexive verbs

  • About the misunderstanding that reflexive verbs are all command verbs, consider just one other example: aburrirse which means to become bored or to get tired. aburrir on the other hand means to bore or annoy or to vex.

    Reflexive verbs

  • About the misunderstanding that reflexive verbs are all command verbs, consider just one other example: aburrirse which means to become bored or to get tired. aburrir on the other hand means to bore or annoy or to vex.

    Reflexive verbs

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