Here are a couple of sentences using reflexive verbs. I am hoping to confirm my understanding.
- I am going to the bathroom to put some lotion on my hair.
(Voy al baño para ponerme algún loción en me pelo.)
1a. I am using ponerme = put on myself (in the invinitive)
- Don't work yourself to death.
(No te trabajas a muerto.)
2a. For a negative statement I put the pronoun "te" before the conjugated verb.
- They are going to the store to buy (themselves) some snacks.
(A ellos van al tienda para compraránse algunas tapas.)
3a. Here I used "A ellos" for clarity. I believe it is not required to do so -- is that correct?
3b. I used "compraránse" It sounds really good -- but I think the pronoun se needs to go before the conjugated verb (and if I used the correct conjugation).
4.Without a doubt, we had fun with ourselves, dancing and talking all night.
(Sin duda, se divertiearon con nosotros toda la noche.)
4a. Here I placed "se" before the conjugated verb "divertiearon", I sure does not sound good.
4b. I am not at all sure about "con nosotros" if it is needed or where it should be located in the sentence.
- They have always hated each other.
(A ellos siempre se odaban.)
5a. I am sure that if I used "themselves" a reflexive verb is fine -- but with "each other" I am not sure -- what do you think'