The use of reflexive verbs in Italian is a little different than in English. Instead of just saying “myself”, in Italian you need to add a reflexive pronoun. Another difference is that some verbs that are reflexive in Italian may not be reflexive in English, so that is always a hard concept for our students. … More Describing daily routines with Reflexive Verbs
What is a reflexive verb? A verb where the subject and receiver of the verb are the same. Level 2 students have been hard at work learning reflexive verbs in the present tense. In Italian, these verbs are somewhat similar to how we use them and are conjugating very similarly to regular present tense verbs. … More How do our students spend their days?