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PostSubject: Reflexive Pronouns    Tue Dec 20, 2011 1:15 am

It pronouns replace the accusative, belongs to an active sentence, whether the offender's conscience or a name, and reflects the emphasis, and is derived by adding section (self) for single and section (selves) to collect, and write (myself), for example, a single word without any interval, as the following ...



myself
Myself
I hurt myself.

yourself
Yourself, yourself
Did you hurt yourself, John?

himself
Same
He hurt himself.

herself
Itself
She hurt herself.

itself
The same, the same for non-rational
The dog hurt itself.

ourselves
Ourselves
We hurt ourselves.

yourselves
Yourselves
Did you hurt yourselves, boys?

themselves
Themselves
They hurt themselves.

oneself
The same (one)
One cannot always defend oneself.



v can be used (itself) with a small child, as in the following example



Young child can not take care of himself
A small child can't look after itself.



v of the previous examples, we note that (myself) back to the conscience (I) as in the example above, and so the case with the rest of the pronouns (this book as a reminder only)



v Note that the learner must not confuse the (yourself) and (yourselves) as (yourself) for use with single and actor (yourselves) combined with the perpetrator (this book as a reminder only) such as ..



Did you hurt yourself, John? (Single active)

Did you hurt yourselves, boys? (Active collection)

Did you all enjoy yourselves? (Active collection)

Help yourself. (Single active)

Help yourselves. (Active collection))
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