use of reflexive pronouns with reflexive verbs
Hi, i'm not sure as a beginner, when do i put the the reflexive pronoun before the reflexive verb and when is it used at the end. Thank's Damien
Indirect object pronouns come before the verb, except in special cases when you can (not must) put them at the end of a verb. You can add them to the end of an infinitive, present participle (-ando -iend) or an imperative.
Me lavo tienes que lavarte.
estoy lavandóme OR me estoy lavando.
lavése OR se lave
I think this is what you are looking for. You can also get there by mousing-over MORE in the blue bar across the top of the screen, selecting Reference, and then selecting Spanish Verbs. There is also a video in the learn section.
I hope this helps you.