What is a reflexive pronoun?
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Reflexive / Emphatic Pronouns are used to denote the turning of the action upon the doer. They are formed by adding:

‘self’ to ‘my’, ‘your’, ‘him’, ‘her’ and ‘it’ and selves, to ‘our’ ‘your’ and ‘them’; as, He hid in the room


They cursed themselves in despair

When a reflexive Pronoun is used immediately as the Personal Pronoun, it makes the statement more is called the Emphatic Pronoun

As I myself did it. You yourselves agreed to it. Great care should be taken in the use of a Reflexive nun.