Object Pronoun "Se"
Can someone explain "se" to me? I just finished object pronouns and there isn't an explanation in the Tips and Notes of that section on it and my husband (who is also learning Spanish) is no help. I just want to understand its function as it were. Is it indirect? Is it reflexive? Help!
"Se" is a very confusing aspect of Spanish grammar for English speakers. Though it's commonly associated with pronouns with -self (myself, yourself, etc.), it doesn't happen all in all cases. You need to know when to use "se". The link I've posted list all common usage of "se".
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