Reflexive Verb Exercises For Italian Grammar

Reflexive verbs in Italian grammar are verbs that indicate actions that the subject performs on itself. The subject and the object of the verb are the same person. These verbs are often used to express daily routine actions and personal feelings. In Italian, reflexive verbs are formed by adding the reflexive pronoun “si” to the infinitive form of the verb. To conjugate reflexive verbs, you need to match the verb with the appropriate reflexive pronoun (mi, ti, si, ci, vi, si) and follow the regular conjugation patterns for -are, -ere, and -ire verbs. In this exercise, you will practice using reflexive verbs in Italian grammar by filling in the blanks with the correct reflexive verb conjugation. Buona fortuna!

Exercise 1: Daily Routines

Exercise 2: Emotions and Personal Care

Grammar Exercises

Grammar Theory

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