Dispiertas ! desperté?

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Wake up! is that what it means?

desperté does it mean I woke up? Thanks grin

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updated ENE 30, 2009
posted by Polyglot1day

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Desperté can also be used to say "I woke up", but it sounds too formal. You will find it only in books. In normal spoken Spanish we use "me desperté" all the time, and we leave "desperté" for when we wake others up (e.g. I woke him up)

updated ENE 30, 2009
posted by lazarus1907
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si no problemas,quieres servicio de despertador y en su cuarto hay reloj de despertador

updated ENE 30, 2009
posted by gerardo-juan
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The imperative is "despierta"

te despiertas: you wake up

updated ENE 30, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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as far as i know, the verb despertar could mean to wake up (something) or (somebody).
despertarse is to reflect the action back---|> me desperté

updated ENE 30, 2009
posted by PUNISHER
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Yes, but I'm suprised that it is not

Me desperté.

updated ENE 30, 2009
posted by 0074b507