A reflexive pronoun is a word that is used to point the subject and the object itself in a sentence. It is a type of pronoun headed by adverbs, adjectives, pronouns, or nouns referred to in the same clause.
Some reflexive pronouns are “me, myself, yourself, himself, himself, herself, itself,” for a singular pronoun and ourselves, themselves, yourselves, respectively.
Examples of Reflexive Pronouns in Sentences
- I don’t need you to believe in me, I believe myself.
- She cuts herself badly in depression.
- We have moved ourselves from that location.
- When I feel depressed, I better have a conversation with myself.
- You can do this all by yourself.
- Today evening, I will cook everything by myself.
- You guys will have to face this situation yourselves.
- She was blaming herself for that loss.
- Be yourself, stop changing according to the people.
- Now it’s your turn, do it by yourself.
- He loves to dance himself alone in his room.
- They come forward by themselves and help socially.
- Sonu Sood himself helped many people in this pandemic.
- I want to pull this useless truck myself to the garage.
- The dog starts barking itself in the darkness.
- He is being late for the office, so he makes breakfast himself.
- She watched herself in the place of that actress in the movie.
- Jenny swims herself on the beach.
- This vehicle itself owes a luxurious class.
- She knocked her car badly with a pole by herself.