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Reflexive Pronouns

Name: Reflexive Pronouns A reflexive pronoun is used when the subject and object of the sentence

A reflexive pronoun is used when the subject and object of the sentence are the same.

The reflexive pronouns are:

myself, yourself, yourselves, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, themselves

Circle the reflexive pronoun in each sentence. Draw a line back to the subject it is reflecting.

1. I dressed myself this morning.

2. He made breakfast all by himself.

3. We had to cook for ourselves since mom didn’t want to make dinner.

4. When you go shopping for me, buy a present for yourself.

5. She created all the Christmas decorations by herself.

6. The new robotic toys can put themselves away.

7. They used to camera on the cell phone to take pictures of themselves.

8. The homeless man talked to himself as he walked down the street.

9. The parrot admired itself in the mirror for several hours each day.

10. I used a video to teach myself how to knit.

11. The television uses a timer to turn itself off after one hour.

12. You may help yourself to any of the snacks on the table.

13. He hurt himself on the rusty nail and had to get a shot.

14. The little girl learned how to dress herself for school.

15. When you save money in the bank, it’s like you are paying yourself.

16. We ate so much turkey and pumpkin pie that we made ourselves sick.

17. The soccer team decided to call themselves the Tiger Tales.

18. When I saw myself in the mirror I realized that I had paint on my cheek.

19. Did you take a class in Engineering, or did you teach yourself?

20. My grandmother is no longer able to feed herself, so I help her.

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Reflexive Pronouns

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Reflexive Pronouns Name: Key A reflexive pronoun is used when the subject and object of the

A reflexive pronoun is used when the subject and object of the sentence are the same.

The reflexive pronouns are:

myself, yourself, yourselves, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, themselves

Circle the reflexive pronoun in each sentence. Draw a line back to the subject it is reflecting.

1. I dressed myself this morning.

2. He made breakfast all by himself.

3. We had to cook for ourselves since mom didn’t want to make dinner.

4. When you go shopping for me, buy a present for yourself.

5. She created all the Christmas decorations by herself.

6. The new robotic toys can put themselves away.

7. They used to camera on the cell phone to take pictures of themselves.

8. The homeless man talked to himself as he walked down the street.

9. The parrot admired itself in the mirror for several hours each day.

10. I used a video to teach myself how to knit.

11. The television uses a timer to turn itself off after one hour.

12. You may help yourself to any of the snacks on the table.

13. He hurt himself on the rusty nail and had to get a shot.

14. The little girl learned how to dress herself for school.

15. When you save money in the bank, it’s like you are paying yourself.

16. We ate so much turkey and pumpkin pie that we made ourselves sick.

17. The soccer team decided to call themselves the Tiger Tales.

18. When I saw myself in the mirror I realized that I had paint on my cheek.

19. Did you take a class in Engineering, or did you teach yourself?

20. My grandmother is no longer able to feed herself, so I help her.

Copyright ©2011 K12Reader - http://www.k12reader.com