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comment Reflexivo: Se dativo
@Cadenza, theoretically, it is like you say, which can open to misinterpretation (is it "dativo"? is it "enfático"?). Practically, the "peinar" verb is a reflexive verb.
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comment Reflexivo: Se dativo
@Cadenza, in this case, in my opinion, "peinarse" is only a "reflexive" verb. For me it is difficult to see either the "factitivo" ("peinarse" is normally done on your own) or "dativo" meaning (there is no need to emphasize, the verb is just "reflexivo")
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comment Reflexivo: Se dativo
@Cadenza, the "peinar" verb is a "reflexivo" verb, like "lavarse los dientes", "enjuagarse la boca", "maquillarse", etc. It is only a matter of practising the language, sometimes there is no a general rule.
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comment Reflexivo: Se dativo
@Cadenza I've extended the answer
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revised Reflexivo: Se dativo
Extended answer according to the question extension
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comment Gramática: reflexivo
@Cadenza, I've updated the answer
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comment Gramática: reflexivo
@McArthey, you are right, in this particular case, "Me corté el pelo" can mean that someone cut my hair or I did it myself.
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comment Reflexivo: Se dativo
In this cases, "se" is a "pronombre dativo", as your text is trying to explain. Moreover, it is used to emphasizing the tone.
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comment Gramática: reflexivo
@Cadenza I think that the best way is to study some of them. When you really understand how it works, you will be able to identify the rest on your own
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comment Gramática: reflexivo
@JoulSauron, ok, I was also doubting. I also see it as indirect object. I update the answer
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answered Reflexivo: Se dativo
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answered Gramática: reflexivo
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comment ¿Cómo debo usar “?” al final de una pregunta citada?
¡Gracias @JoulSauron! Espero contribuir activamente :)
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