Conjugate reflexive verbs in Le Futur Proche (aller + infinitive)

Look at these sentences:

Je vais me lever tôt I'm going to get up early

Tu vas t'habiller You're going to get dressed

Elle va s'amuserShe's going to have fun

Nous allons nous réveillerWe're going to wake up

Vous allez vous asseoir You're going to sit down 

Mes jumelles vont s'appeler Léa et Zoé My twin girls are going to be called Léa and Zoé

To form Le Futur Proche of reflexive verbs, you place the reflexive pronoun (me/te/se/nous/vous/se) between aller and the infinitive of the reflexive verb:  

Aller (me/te/se/nous/vous/se) + infinitive 

ATTENTION:

The reflexive pronoun needs to match the subject of the verb (who's doing the action) :
 Je vais se lever. -> Je vais me lever.

 

See also more advanced lesson Position of negation with two verbs (conjugated + infinitive) 

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Examples and resources

Je vais me faire relooker ce weekend : j'ai trop hâte !I'm going to get a makeover this weekend: I can't wait!
Je ne vais pas me tourner les pouces jusqu'à la semaine prochaine !I'm not going to twiddle my thumbs until next week!

(s'amuser - to have fun)


Elle va s'amuserShe's going to have fun

(s'appeler - to be called)


Mes jumelles vont s'appeler Léa et Zoé My twin girls are going to be called Léa and Zoé

(s'asseoir - to sit down)


Vous allez vous asseoir You're going to sit down 

(s'habiller - to get dressed)


Tu vas t'habiller You're going to get dressed

(se lever - to get up)


Je vais me lever tôt I'm going to get up early

(se réveiller - to wake up)


Nous allons nous réveillerWe're going to wake up
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