In French, reflexive verbs, such as s'habiller (to get dressed), se lever (to get up) etc, are very common. They conjugate in a special way.
Learn how to conjugate S'HABILLER (to get dressed) in Le Présent Indicatif in French
|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.
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