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3 Ways to Use Verbs Ending in -SE in Spanish | Super Easy Spanish 55

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This time we look at verbs ending in SE in Spanish. What happens when Spanish speakers add -SE to a verb?

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Pronominal verbs, reflexive verbs - there are a few different ways people refer to verbs that end with -SE in Spanish, and it’s not always so easy to understand why Spanish speakers add this particle to the verb. It can make the action reflexive, add intensity or even change the meaning completely. Harry and José demonstrate these with different examples!
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Host of this episode: José Mora Landívar, Harry Sumner
Editing: Harry Sumner
Camera: Harry Sumner
Translation: Harry Sumner
Proofreading: José Mora Landívar
Transcription: Agustin Trípodi
Producer: Francisco A. Soza
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