Pronouns 2: Reflexive Pronouns

 In Grammar help, Quick tips

Continuing our current daily feature on pronouns and their uses, today we look at reflexive pronouns:

Reflexive pronouns are usually used when the object is the same as the subject:

– The dog injured itself running in the park.

– I hurt myself cutting vegetables.

We can also use reflective pronouns for emphasis:

– Don’t worry, I’ll just do it myself.

– Even the teacher himself doesn’t understand the rules.

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**Tomorrow we will look at possessive pronouns.**

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