Reflexive pronouns are pronouns that ends in -self or -selves and is usually used in constructions in which the subject and object are the same and can perform three functions in clauses: direct object, indirect object, and prepositional complement.
Reflexive pronoun is a grammatical form.
Reflexive pronouns function as the heads of pronoun phrases or noun phrases.
Reflexive pronouns end in -self or -selves.
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