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Questions tagged [pronomes-reflexivos]

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“Ele se auto-proclamou” é gramatical ? É aceitável na língua escrita e falada?

Tenho ouvido com frequência na televisão que "Juan Guaidó se auto-proclamou presidente da Venezuela", uma redundância que não soa bem aos meus ouvidos. Tenho ouvido tanto que venho questionar se é ...
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The real meaning of 'esquecer'

In Portuguese, many verbs take on a different meaning when used “reflexively:” Lembrar: To remind | Lembrar-se: To remind oneself (to remember). Levantar: To raise | Levantar-se: To raise ...
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“Eu me chamo” or “eu chamo-me”? [duplicate]

Given these two possible word orders for using the reflexive pronoun: Eu me chamo. Eu chamo-me. Are both those versions correct as written? Under what circumstances would one version be preferred ...
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“arrepender-se” é um verbo reflexivo?

Verbos reflexivos são aqueles cuja ação verbal reflete no próprio sujeito que a pratica, e são sempre acompanhados de um pronome átono. Exemplos: "Ela penteou-se", "João lavou-se pela manhã", "Maria ...
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Construção da Voz Passiva/Passive Voice Construction

In English The passive voice is an important part of any language (at least the ones I know). Now, I know that there are two ways to form the passive voice in Portuguese. One of them parallels ...
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Pronoun Positioning in the Future/Conditional Tenses

I have been told that there are two ways to position pronouns in Portuguese, when the verb is in the future or conditional tense. One of these involves intercalating the pronoun in-between the verb. ...
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“esqueci” or “me esqueci”?

In ptBR you are likely to hear "eu me esqueci" just as often as "eu esqueci", when "esquecer" is used with an indirect object. Literally, "eu me esqueci" would mean that "I forgot myself", but it is ...