Reflexive Pronouns in English
Reflexive pronouns in English refer to a subject and indicate that the action performed by the subject is associated with him or directed towards him.
1. Reflexive pronouns in English are: myself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourself (yourselves), themselves.
2. Reflexive pronouns in the form of a third person singular have categories of person, number and gender.
|First person||Second person||Third person|
|Singular||myself||yourself|| himself, herself,
3. Sometimes the reflexive forms for the indefinite pronoun “one” (oneself / oneselves) are also used.
In the end you will have to do it yourself.
He himself wasn’t glad to hear that, but he decided to keep silent.
If I were you, I would do it myself already.
It’s O.K. to be pleased with oneself.