In English you probably wouldn't say, "I see me" — you'd say, "I see myself." That's because English has a special pronoun form for when someone is doing something to himself or herself. But the same isn't always true in Spanish — "I see myself" is "me veo and "you see me" is "me ves." But sometimes there is a special pronoun form. Confused? Check out our lesson on reflexive pronouns to learn the rules.