The reflexive pronouns above are used when the subject and the object are the same. Let's see the following examples.
There are a few words that do not use reflexive pronouns, such as bring / take something with ... Let's see the following examples.
We do not use 'myself' etc. after feel / relax / concentrate.
We do not normally use 'myself etc. after wash / dress / shave:
But we say: I dried myself.
Note how we use use meet What time shall we meet? (not 'meet ourselves / meet us')
Study the difference between -selves and each other:
but: Joe looked at Sue and Sue looked at Joe. They looked at each other.
We can use one another instead of each other.
We also use myself etc. in another way. It is used to show that subject does something alone without somebody else's help. Let's see the following example.
Complete the sentences with these verbs. Use reflexive pronouns ( myself, yourself, etc. ) where necessary.
Complete the sentences with -selves or each other!