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  • 1.  
  • 2. Reflexive pronouns are pronouns that are a reflection of the pronoun (pronoun) itself. The words of this change include myself, yourself, herself, Himself, Itself, ourselves , yourselves, and themselves. These words are used when the subject and object in a sentence is the same person.
  • 3.
          • VARIOUS ;
    • SINGULAR :
    • Person I : myself
    • Person II : yourself
    • Person III : himself
    • herself
    • itself
    • PLURAL :
    • Person I : ourselves
    • Person II : yourselves
    • Person III : themselves
  • 4. Reflexive pronouns can function as an object. Object / person in the object is a person / object with the same subject. example: I think I need to love myself. I do not want to love others more or less than myself.
  • 5.
    • Verbs (verb) and phrases (phrases) which are usually followed by reflexive pronoun (in this example we use a reflexive pronoun yourself which of course can be replaced with another): believe in yourself Blame yourself cut yourself enjoy yourself Feel sorry for yourself
  • 6. Reflexive pronouns can also be used to give emphasis to the subject. In this sense the reflexive pronoun is placed just after the subject. example:   I myself cooked it = I cooked it myself.
  • 7.
    • By + reflexive pronoun means alone.
    • John sat by himself on a bench of the park. = John sat alone on a bench of the park.
    • She lives by herself. = She lives alone
  • 8. Summary Personal Pronoun as Subject Personal Pronoun as Object Possessive Adjective Possessive Pronoun Reflexive Pronoun Person I Singular I me my ... mine myself Person II Singular You you your ... yours yourself Person III Singular He him his ... his himself She her her ... hers herself It it its ... - itself Person I Plural We us our ... ours ourselves Person II Plural You you your ... yours yourselves Person III PLural They them their ... theirs themselves