Italians love Reflexive Verbs

There are more reflexive verbs in Italian than in English!

You can’t survive a day in Italy without using reflexive verbs:) I listed below the most common cases when reflexive verb is a must in Italian.

My suggestion is to create your own list of reflexive verbs.

Each time you hear a new reflexive verb, you should add it to your list. Here are some common reflexive verbs to start your list:

I invite you to do a free exercises I have prepared for you. They are available on the new teaching platform – Boom Learning.

There is also extended paid version and it covers really everything you should know about reflexive verbs.

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