You've already seen inverted questions in Le Présent. Let's see how to form inverted question with reflexive verbs.
Learn how to form inverted questions with reflexive verbs in Le Présent (Indicatif) in French
Look at these questions with reflexive verbs:
T'appelles-tu Martine?Is your name Martine?
Se lave-t-il le matin?Does he wash in the morning?
Pourquoi se regarde-t-elle dans le miroir?Why is she looking at herself in the mirror?
Quand nous battons-nous?When do we fight?
Où ta mère et toi vous faites-vous les ongles?Where are your mum and you doing your nails?
Pourquoi se rasent-ils tous les matins ?Why do they shave every morning?
Les filles se dépêchent-elles ?Are the girls hurrying?
Note that when building questions using reflexive verbs in French, the reflexive pronoun (me/te/se/nous/vous/se) comes first, followed by the verb and then the subject pronoun (je/tu/il etc.)
Note: When the reversed pronoun starts with a vowel and there is no "t" or "d" at the end of the verb, you must add the "t" between hyphens
When the subject of your interrogative sentence is a noun, this one comes first and it's then repeated by the matching pronoun
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