Reflexive Pronouns - 42

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Reflexive Pronouns. 


Reflexive pronouns are formed by the addition of the word self or selves to the possessive case of the first and second personal pronouns and objective case of the third.

The forms are: Myself, ourselves, thyself, yourself, yourselves, himself, herself, itself and themselves.

The word reflexive means bending back, so a reflexive pronoun is one which is used when some action turns back on the person who does the action.

Thus we say:

I hit myself on the elbow.
He drew himself.
They painted themselves white. ...

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