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The reflexive pronouns are :
Singular : Myself yourself himself /herself/itself
Plural : Ourselves yourselves themselves
We use the reflexive pronouns when the subject and object are the same .
I am looking myself at the mirror. I = Subject Myself = object
- It 's not our fault. You can't blame us.
- It's our own fault. We can blame ourselves.
We DO NOT use a reflexive pronoun after these verbs : meet, feel , relax , concentrate
- Do you feel excited ? not 'feel yourself excited'
- What time shall we meet ? not 'meet ourselves', not 'meet us'.
We normally use wash/ shave/ dress/ without a reflexive pronoun :
- He gets up, washes, shaves and dresses each morning. Not washes himself etc
BUT we say - I dried myself
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