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Some grammarians call pronominal verbs (verbos pronominales) those verbs that use a reflexive pronoun but do not have a reflexive meaning. The reflexive pronoun can appear in five basic cases: True reflexive verbs or reflexive actions: Pedro se llamó a la casa desde el celular. — Pedro rang himself home from his mobile. Reciprocal actions: ...


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Yes, it's reflexive. The verb llevarse (algo) means to take (something). All reflexive verbs end in -se. If you don't recognize a verb as reflexive at first glance, you might ask yourself if it makes sense as a reflexive verb. Llover (to rain), for instance, wouldn't make sense in the reflexive form. However, some verbs change their meaning when being ...



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