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We use a reflexive pronoun: • as a direct object when the object is the same as the subject of the verb: I am teaching myself to play the piano. We only use reflexives with these verbs for emphasis: He dressed himself in spite of his injuries. • as indirect object when the indirect object is the same as the subject of the verb: Would you like to pour yourself a drink. • as the object of a preposition when the object refers to the subject of the clause: They had to cook for themselves. • with the preposition by when we want to show that someone did something alone and/or without any help: He lived by himself in an enormous house. We often put the reflexive pronoun at the end of the clause when we are using it for emphasis: I baked the bread myself.
We can use a reflexive pronoun as direct object with most transitive verbs, but these are the most common: ] and got ready for the party. especially if we are talking about someone very famous: Sir Paul Mc Cartney himself sang the final song.
These sentences are used to give credit to someone - this was his work, not someone else's.
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