Reflexive Verb And Pronouns Trivia Quiz Questions!

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  • 1. 

    Yo (cepillarse) los dientes.

    • A.

      Me cepillo

    • B.

      Te cepillas 

    • C.

      Se cepilla 

    • D.

      Nos cepillamos 

    • E.

      Se cepillan

    • F.

      Cepillarme

    Correct Answer
    A. Me cepillo
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "me cepillo". This is because the verb "cepillarse" is reflexive, indicating that the subject is performing the action on themselves. In this case, "yo" (I) is the subject, so the correct reflexive pronoun is "me". Therefore, the correct conjugation is "me cepillo".

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  • 2. 

    Antes de (irse) de mi casa por la mañana, como desayuno.

    • A.

      Me voy

    • B.

      Te vas

    • C.

      Se va

    • D.

      Nos vamos

    • E.

      Se van

    • F.

      Irme

    Correct Answer
    F. Irme
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "irme". In the given sentence, "Antes de (irse) de mi casa por la mañana, como desayuno," the verb "irse" is used in the reflexive form. The reflexive pronoun "me" is attached to the verb "ir" to indicate that the subject is performing the action on themselves. Therefore, the correct conjugation is "irme" which means "to go myself" or "to leave."

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  • 3. 

    Mi madre _______ con una canción de cuna. (My mother put me to sleep with a lullaby.)

    • A.

      Me acuesto

    • B.

      Se acuesta

    • C.

      Me acuesta

    • D.

      Acostarse

    • E.

      Acostarme

    Correct Answer
    C. Me acuesta
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "me acuesta". In this sentence, the subject "mi madre" (my mother) is the one performing the action of putting someone to sleep. The pronoun "me" indicates that the action is being done to the speaker, so "me acuesta" means "my mother puts me to sleep".

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  • 4. 

    Elena (peinarse) el pelo.

    • A.

      Me peino 

    • B.

      Te peinas

    • C.

      Se peina 

    • D.

      Nos peinamos

    • E.

      Se peinan

    • F.

      Peinarse

    Correct Answer
    C. Se peina 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "se peina". This is the correct conjugation of the reflexive verb "peinarse" in the third person singular form. The pronoun "se" indicates that Elena is performing the action of combing her own hair.

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  • 5. 

    Tú (divertirse) en la discoteca. 

    • A.

      Me divierto

    • B.

      Te diviertes

    • C.

      Se divierte

    • D.

      Nos divertemos

    • E.

      Se divierten

    • F.

      Divertirte

    Correct Answer
    B. Te diviertes
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "te diviertes". In Spanish, the verb "divertirse" means "to have fun" or "to enjoy oneself". The subject of the sentence is "tú" which corresponds to the pronoun "te" in the answer. The verb form "diviertes" is the correct conjugation for the subject "tú" in the present tense. Therefore, "te diviertes" translates to "you have fun" or "you enjoy yourself".

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  • 6. 

    Los niños (lavarse) los manos porque no quieren el virus de corona. 

    • A.

      Me lavo

    • B.

      Te lavas

    • C.

      Se lava

    • D.

      Nos lavamos

    • E.

      Se lavan

    • F.

      Lavarse

    Correct Answer
    E. Se lavan
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "se lavan" because it is the appropriate reflexive form of the verb "lavarse" (to wash oneself) in the third person plural. In this sentence, "los niños" (the children) are the subject and they are performing the action of washing themselves, hence the use of the reflexive pronoun "se" before the verb. The verb "lavarse" is conjugated in the present tense to match the subject "los niños" and the pronoun "se" agrees with the plural subject.

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  • 7. 

    La clase de historia ________ mucho. 

    • A.

      Me aburro

    • B.

      Se aburro

    • C.

      Se aburre

    • D.

      Me aburre

    • E.

      Aburrirse

    • F.

      Aburrirme

    Correct Answer
    D. Me aburre
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "me aburre". In Spanish, the verb "aburrir" means "to bore". The subject of the sentence is "la clase de historia" (the history class), and the pronoun "me" indicates that the speaker is the one being bored. Therefore, the correct form of the verb to use is "me aburre", which translates to "it bores me" or "I am bored" in English.

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  • 8. 

    Nosotros (ponerse) un abrigo antes de salir de la casa. 

    • A.

      Me pongo

    • B.

      Te pones

    • C.

      Se pone

    • D.

      Nos ponemos

    • E.

      Se ponen

    • F.

      Ponernos

    Correct Answer
    D. Nos ponemos
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "nos ponemos". In this sentence, "nosotros" is the subject, which means "we". The verb "ponerse" means "to put on" or "to wear". Therefore, "nosotros nos ponemos" translates to "we put on" or "we wear". The sentence is saying that "we put on a coat before leaving the house".

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  • 9. 

    Monica y Pablo van a (casarse) en el verano. 

    • A.

      Me caso

    • B.

      Te casas

    • C.

      Se casa

    • D.

      Nos casamos

    • E.

      Se casan

    • F.

      Casarse

    Correct Answer
    F. Casarse
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "casarse" because the sentence is talking about Monica and Pablo getting married in the summer. "Casarse" is the reflexive form of the verb "casar" which means "to marry." In this context, it is used to indicate that Monica and Pablo are getting married.

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  • 10. 

    Monica y Pablo (mudarse) a un apartamento en el ciudad. 

    • A.

      Me mudo

    • B.

      Te mudas

    • C.

      Se muda

    • D.

      Nos mudamos

    • E.

      Se mudan 

    • F.

      Mudarse

    Correct Answer
    E. Se mudan 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "se mudan". In this sentence, Monica and Pablo are the subjects and they are moving to an apartment in the city. The verb "mudarse" means "to move" and it is conjugated to agree with the subjects. Since Monica and Pablo are third-person plural, the correct conjugation is "se mudan".

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