Reflexive Pronouns




Reflexive Pronouns :


The words myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves and themselves are called reflexive pronouns. They refer to the person or animal that is the subject of the verb.

I made this cake myself.

Be careful with the knife. You’ll cut yourself.

Michael is looking at himself in the mirror.

Susan has hurt herself.

Our cat washes itself after each meal.

We organized the party all by ourselves.

Come in, children, and find yourselves a seat.

Baby birds are too young to look after themselves.

Here is a table to remind you about reflexive pronouns.

First person Singular….(I,me) myself

First person Plural…. (we,us) ourselves

Second person Singular….(you) yourself

Second person Plural….(you) yourselves

Third person Singular….(he, him) himself

Third person Plural….(they, them) themselves

Third person Singular….(she, her) herself

Third person Plural….(they, them) themselves

Third person Singular….(it) itself

Third person Plural….(they, them) themselves


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