Question by  Sael (313)

What is a reflexive pronoun?

I have to pick them out in 20 sentences. No clue.


Answer by  jsdk1234 (19)

A reflexive pronoun is a pronoun that is preceded by the noun or pronoun that it is referring to in the same clause. Examples are: herself, himself, yourself, ourselves, oneself, myself, themselves, and itself. Notice that they all have "-self" or "-selves" after a pronoun, such as "your" and "my".


Answer by  salliek76 (7)

A reflexive pronoun is a word such as himself, myself, or yourself. Basically, it's any pronoun that refers back to the person, place, or thing in question. In the following sentences the reflexive pronouns are in caps. 1--Jason nominated HIMSELF for president. 2--The cat drove ITSELF crazy chasing the flashlight beam. 3--We'll find a way to get OURSELVES home.


Answer by  mascota (639)

These are myself, yourself,himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves and themselves. Used with verb to show acting on oneself ie I wash myself.

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