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GRAMMAR TIP:What Are Reflexive Pronouns?
A reflexive pronoun is a pronoun that is preceded by the noun or pronoun to which it refers (its antecedent) within the same clause. In generative grammar, a reflexive pronoun is an anaphor that must be bound by its antecedent. In English, the function of a reflexive pronoun is among the meanings of the words myself, yourself, thyself (archaic), himself (in some dialects, "hisself"), herself, itself, oneself, ourselves, ourself (as majestic plural), yourselves, and themselves (in some dialects, "theirselves").
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This is a worksheet for revising reflexive pronouns at pre-intermediate level. There are 2 different exercises in which students are asked to fill in the gaps with a suitable reflexive pronoun and ...
All English pronouns put together to help students understand their use. Sometimes kids get pronouns mixed up. Is it 'she', her', 'hers', 'herself'...? When you teach English pronouns to students ...
This worksheet deals with reflexive pronouns and consists of a table on subject pronouns and their reflexive equivalents, a small gap-fill exercise and a true-false video activity on a hilar ...
This is a worksheet for revising pronouns and determiners at pre-intermesiate level. There's a brief explanation at the top of the page followed by 3 different activities to go with it. ...
A song by Taylor Swift. I used this songworksheet to review pronouns (and to have fun). Students should listen and circle the correct pronouns. At the end I let them relax and watch the video by w ...
This is a very diversified English review. You'll find the lyric of Kiss with a Fist by Florence and The Machine and some exercises of pronunciation, use of verbs, reflexive prounouns, quant ...
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