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Sentences That End With Prepositions
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In grammar terms this is called the ‘Reflexive Pronoun’. Singular pronouns are myself - yourself - himself - herself – itself and Plural ourselves - yourselves - themselves. We can use a reflexive pronoun as direct object with most transitive verbs, but these are the most common. But there is an area where students can get confused. We use personal pronouns, him, her, them, us, not reflexives, after prepositions of place. So remember, we use a reflexive pronoun as a direct object when the object is the same as the subject of the verb: We after prepositions of place and after with we use personal pronouns.