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Copy of Personal and Reflexive Pronouns

By: My Yen Phan, Rosario Garcia, Samuel Emmah, Tina Nguyen, Chyna Hill and Brachelaun Womack
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Transcript of Copy of Personal and Reflexive Pronouns

Personal Pronouns
Chart for reflexive pronouns
Side Notes
Personal and Reflexive Pronouns
Notes for Refexive Pronouns
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By: My Yen Phan, Rosario Garcia, Samuel Emmah, Tina Nguyen, Chyna Hill, and Brachelaun Womack A.K.A Skippy
Personal pronouns for 1st and 2nd persons are ego (I), Nos (we), Tu (you sing.), and Vos (you Pl.).
Personal Pronouns for the 3rd person are (he, she, it or, they)
Latin uses the demonstratives for 3rd person which is is,hic,iste,and ille
In latin as well as English, a pronon must agree with its antecedent in gender, number, and case.
1st person
If I'm included= I or we or/and us or me
2nd person
Just you
latin has no personal pronouns for the 3rd (he,she,it)
Third person are demonstratives
Intensive pronouns are not reflexive pronouns
The 1st and 2nd person reflexive pronouns (myself, ourselves, yourself, and yourselves) are like the personal pronouns
3rd person reflexive pronoun (himself, herself, itself, and themselves) are sui, sibi, se, se sume in sing. and pl..
Reflexive pronouns are formed by adding -self or -selves to certain personal pronouns.
Refexive pronouns refer back to the subject
Examples
You and I walked to school.
He walked to the store.
I praised myself.
I myself cleaned my room.
This first sentence is correct because You is a 2nd person pronoun and is nom. because it is the subject of the sentence. I is a 1st person pronoun and it is also nom. sing. because it is also the subject of the sentence. So its a pesonal pronoun sentence.
You and I walked (to school)
nom. sing.
first person pronoun
action verb
present active
1st conj.
second person pronoun
abl. place where.
conjuction (et)
This sentece is not a personal pronoun sentence because he is a demonstrative.
I praised myself.
This is a reflexive pronoun sentence be myself is refering to I.
nom sing personal pronoun
present active action verb
acc. D.O
reflexive pronoun
1st person
s
p
gen.
dat.
acc.
abl.
nei
mihi
me
me
to myself
myself
prep+myself
nostrum,nostri
nobis
nos
nobis
ourselves
2nd person
s
p
gen.
dat.
acc.
abl.
tui
tibi
te
te
you
yourselves
vestrum,vestri
vobis
vos
vobis
ourselves
3rd person
s
p
gen.
dat.
acc.
abl.
sui
sibi
se
se

sui
sibi
se(sese)
se(sese)
himself
to himself
her,it,himself
prep+he,she,itselves
Intensive pronouns
Intensive pronouns are not reflexive pronouns.It is intensive when you can take out a reflexive word and basicaly not needed.
This sentence is intensive because you can take out myself and it would still mean the same thing.
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