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What is a reflex noun?

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A reflexive pronoun is a pronoun that is preceded by the noun or pronoun to which it
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no such thing as reflexive nouns. reflexive verbs-verbs which reflect back to the subject (I bathe myself vs. I bathe the child) Here's a complete conjugation for a reflexive -er
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Reflexive pronouns are familiar, but I hadn't heard of reflexive nouns. According to this site (which is discussing them in relation to Lithuanian!), they are nouns formed from a
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Reflexive pronouns are words like myself, herself, yourself, ourselves, etc. It is always preceded by the noun or pronoun that it is referring to, like "She ...
Indefinite pronouns. are used in place of nouns for people, things, or amounts that are unknown or unnamed. They are: all, another, any, anybody, anyone, anything ...
You would use the word 'itself' in the sentence, 'The stupid house won't clean itself.' Itself is a reflexive pronoun that refers back to the noun that appears ...
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