Here is the sentence formation pattern: Subject pronoun reflexive pronoun reflexive verb One way to use the reflexive pronouns is when someone is speaking about an action they're doing to themselves, just like in English. So the question is: WHICH VERBS fall in the category of reflexive verbs?
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They have a particularity: these verbs are always accompanied with a reflexive pronoun.
These reflexive pronouns technically mean myself, yourself, himself, ourselves, themselves. What are the use, the form and the types of the reflexive verbs?
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You would say agrees in gender and number with the noun it modifies.
In English, the choice of his or her depends on the gender of the subject.
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Since a reflexive verb always needs a reflexive pronoun, let's first see how the reflexive pronouns matches with the subject pronouns : Subject pronoun : je Reflexive pronoun: me (m') What it means: myself Subject pronoun : tu Reflexive pronoun: te (t') What it means: yourself Subject pronoun : il/elle/on Reflexive pronoun: se (s') What it means: himself/herself/itself/oneself Subject pronoun : nous Reflexive pronoun: nous What it means: ourselves Subject pronoun : vous Reflexive pronoun: vous What it means: yourself (formal)/yourselves (formal or informal) Subject pronoun : ils/elles Reflexive pronoun: se (s') What it means: themselves.