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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4167: Reflexive pronouns
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    Reflexive pronouns


     

    REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS

    From : 'a student page by Gina Lee' ( An English-Zone.com )
    subject
    pronouns = pronom sujet 
    reflexive
    pronouns = pronoms réfléchis
    subject
    pronouns
    reflexive
    pronouns
    singular
    plural
    1st person
    I
    myself
    we
    ourselves
    2nd person
    you
    yourself
    you
    yourselves
    3rd person
    he
    himself
     they
    themselves
    she
    herself
    it
    itself

     

     Ex : I hit myself with a hammer. (=> Je me suis blessé avec un marteau)

    Ex : He can carry them himself. (=> Il peut les porter lui-même.)

     




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    1. I am glad they are enjoying .

    2. Gladys has burnt .

    3. Peter, don't use that knife or you will hurt !

    4. My mother can repair plenty of things .

    5. Don't tell me you can't do it , Jack !

    6. Steve and Andrew can look after now.

    7. Dad has made that table .

    8. Polly and I are going to write the letter .

    9. Tommy and Maggy are old enough to go by .

    10. Helen and I always enjoy during the holidays.









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