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Reflexive pronouns
Reflexive pronouns
Reflexive pronouns
Reflexive pronouns
Reflexive pronouns
Reflexive pronouns
Reflexive pronouns
Reflexive pronouns
Reflexive pronouns
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Reflexive pronouns

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  • 1. ReflexivePronouns
    NEFi 1C
  • 2. ReflexivePronouns
    We use myself/yourself/himself… (reflexivepronouns) whenthesubject and object are thesame:
    Steveintroducedhimself
  • 3. ReflexivePronouns
    The reflexivepronouns are:
  • 4. ReflexivePronouns
    Wedon’t use a reflexivepronounafterfeel/relax/concentrate/meet
    • Wedon’tnormallyuse a reflexivepronounafterwash/shave/dress
  • ReflexivePronouns
    You can also use a reflexivepronounforemphasis:
    Nobodyhelped me. I diditallmyself
  • 5. Reflexive and reciprocalpronouns
    • Use eachotherwhen A doesanactionto B and B doesthesameactionto A:
    Weloveeachother = I loveyou and youlove me
  • 6. Eachother
    Instead of eachother, you can also use oneanotherwiththesamemeaning
  • 7. Exercises
  • 8. Exercises

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