Look at these questions with reflexive verbs:
T'appelles-tu Martine?Is your name Martine?
Se lave-t-il le matin?Does he wash in the morning?
Pourquoi se regarde-t-elle dans le miroir?Why is she looking at herself in the mirror?
Quand nous battons-nous?When do we fight?
Pourquoi la fille se moque-t-elle de son frère?Why is the girl laughing at her brother?
Paul se brosse-t-il les dents?Is Paul brushing his teeth?
Note that when building questions using reflexive verbs in French, the reflexive pronoun (me/te/se/nous/vous/se) comes first, followed by the verb and then the subject pronoun (je/tu/il etc.)
Note: When the reversed pronoun starts with a vowel and there is no "t" or "d" at the end of the verb, you must add the "t" between hyphens
When the subject of your interrogative sentence is a noun, this one comes first and it's then repeated by the matching pronoun
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