Conjugate reflexive verb s'habiller in Le Présent (present tense)

The table below shows how s'habiller (to get dressed) conjugates in le Présent:

je m'habille I get dressed
tu t'habilles you get dressed (one person you know well)
il/elle/on s'habille he/she/we/one/people get dressed
   
nous nous habillons we get dressed
vous vous habillez you get dressed (plural or formal)
ils/elles s'habillent They get dressed

Notice that the se part of a reflexive verb also changes in each case.

NB: when the verb begins with a vowel or a silent 'h'me/te/se become m'/t'/s' .


Grammar jargon: the reflexive pronoun se in a reflexive verb agrees with the subject pronoun. 
You can also listen to these examples:
 

Je m'habille pour la fête.
I'm getting dressed for the party.

Tu t'habilles?
Are you getting dressed?

Elle s'habille à 8 heures.
She gets dressed at 8.

Nous nous habillons toujours vite.
We always dress fast.

Vous vous habillez à 7 heures?
Do you get dressed at 7?

Elles s'habillent maintenant.
They're getting dressed now.

Examples and resources

Elles s'habillent maintenant.
They're getting dressed now.


Vous vous habillez à 7 heures?
Do you get dressed at 7?


Elle s'habille à 8 heures.
She gets dressed at 8.


Je m'habille pour la fête.
I'm getting dressed for the party.


Nous nous habillons toujours vite.
We always dress fast.


Tu t'habilles?
Are you getting dressed?


Q&A Forum 4 questions, 5 answers

what about when when we want to say "we dress each other..."?

Asked 2 years ago
RonC1
Nous nous habillons mutuellement tous les matins. Nous nous habillons tous les matins. I am curious as the need to say we dress each other. Gives me thousands of ideas. Votre question m'amuse beaucoup. Ron
On s'habille

what about when when we want to say "we dress each other..."?

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Would you say "Je t'habille" to say "I dress you"?

Asked 2 years ago
AurélieKwiziq language super star
Bonjour Priscilla ! Yes, you are right. In this case, the verb "habiller" is not reflexive any more, and will accept a direct object pronoun (to dress *someone*): "Elle habille sa poupée." (She dresses her doll.) Reflexive cases are when the reflexive pronoun refers to the subject of the verb: "Je m'habille." (m' refers to "je") I hope that's helpful! À bientôt !

Would you say "Je t'habille" to say "I dress you"?

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How do I say it in the past? I got up,I brushed my teeth.I bathed

Asked 2 years ago
AurélieKwiziq language super star

Bonjour Olive, I got up - Je me suis levé(e) I brushed my teeth - Je me suis brossé(e) les dents I bathed - Je me suis lavé(e) OR J'ai pris un bain Have a look at our related lesson: Conjugate reflexive verbs (+être) in Le Passé Composé (conversational past) À bientôt !

How do I say it in the past? I got up,I brushed my teeth.I bathed

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tu t'habilles

why is this partially correct when it is the present form??
Asked 3 years ago
LauraKwiziq language super star
Bonjour Mphoentle, The question was "which of these forms is correct?" You only chose one form but another one was correct as well, so you only got partial credit. You have to choose all of the correct answers in order to get full credit.

tu t'habilles

why is this partially correct when it is the present form??

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Getting that for you now.