Spanish lesson #163: Today we’ll conjugate the Spanish reflexive verb CAERSE (to fall down). Reflexive verbs in the infinitive add the “se” suffix after the verb (in this case CAER). As for this verb, we could say that we use just CAERSE when we want to individualize who or what it is that has fallen. Also, when we use the non-reflexive form (CAER) the place is more unimportant.
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