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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #40304: Reflexive pronouns
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    Reflexive pronouns

    The following words are reflexive pronouns:




    himself       / herself / itself




    A reflexive pronoun is used as an object and refers to the subject of the sentence or clause.


    He looked at himself in the mirror.

    She injured herself during the game.


    Sometimes reflexive pronouns are used for emphasis


    Who cooked dinner?

    Betty herself cooked dinner, not her mother.

    She cooked dinner herself.

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    1. I slipped on the wet floor yesterday, and I hurt .
    2. The children went to the movies by .
    3. She made a new dress for , but she didn't make one for anyone else.
    4. Car racing is so dangerous. please take care of .
    5. He studied by . He likes to study alone.
    6. The little bird injured when it fell out of the tree.
    7. I hit on the door.
    8. I can't carry anything else. This box must weigh a hundred pounds!
    9. When did they hurt ?
    10. Let's get some ice cream.

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