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Lesson 15 - Work and Education
What is it?

In Danish you have verbs that take a reflexive pronoun straight after the verb. These verbs are called Reflexive Verbs.

The reflexive pronoun 'points back' to the subject/object of the sentence. For example jeg sætter mig ned [lit: I sit myself down].

The Rules
[reflex. Verb] [reflex. Pronoun]
The Examples

Below are some example of the most common reflexive verbs:

klæde sig pådress
v inf
bekymre sigworry
v inf
interessere siginterest
v inf
sminke sigput on make up
v inf
præsentere sigpresent
v inf
vaske sigwash
v inf
sætte sigsit
v inf
lægge siglie down
v inf