Reflexive Verb Spanish Worksheet

Here is a reflexive verb worksheet to help you learn Spanish:

Instructions: Complete each sentence with the appropriate reflexive pronoun and conjugated verb.

  1. Yo __________ (levantarse) temprano todos los días. (I wake up early every day.)
  2. Tú __________ (afeitarse) la barba antes de ir a trabajar. (You shave your beard before going to work.)
  3. Él siempre __________ (vestirse) elegante para las reuniones. (He always dresses up nicely for meetings.)
  4. Nosotros __________ (lavarse) las manos antes de comer. (We wash our hands before eating.)
  5. Vosotros __________ (acostarse) tarde los fines de semana. (You all go to bed late on weekends.)
  6. Ellos __________ (divertirse) mucho en la fiesta de cumpleaños. (They have a lot of fun at the birthday party.)
  7. Ustedes __________ (cepillarse) los dientes después de cada comida. (You all brush your teeth after each meal.)
  8. Ella __________ (maquillarse) antes de salir a la cena. (She puts on makeup before going out to dinner.)
  9. Yo __________ (sentirse) feliz después de hacer ejercicio. (I feel happy after exercising.)
  10. Tú no __________ (preocuparse) tanto por los problemas. (You don’t worry so much about problems.)


  1. me levanto
  2. te afeitas
  3. se viste
  4. nos lavamos
  5. os acostáis
  6. se divierten
  7. se cepillan
  8. se maquilla
  9. me siento
  10. te preocupes

Note: In Spanish, reflexive verbs are used when the subject of the verb is also the object of the verb. Reflexive pronouns such as “me” (myself), “te” (yourself), “se” (himself/herself/itself), “nos” (ourselves), and “os” (yourselves) are used with the verb to indicate that the action is being done to oneself. The reflexive pronoun usually comes before the conjugated verb, but it can also be attached to the end of the infinitive verb form.

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