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Personal Pronouns are.---my---mine---your---yours---his---hers---Its---no apostrophe,---our---ours,---and their / theirs. ---possessive pronouns which come at the end of the sentence.--- they are. mine---yours---hers---his---ours---theirs.---For example. ‘the book is mine.--- the car is hers.---possessive adjectives which are always used just before the noun or the description of the noun. They are.---my,---your,---her---his---our,---their. ---for example. ‘that’s my big red book’.---‘that’s his new mobile phone. ---Reflexive pronouns are: myself---yourself---himself---herself---itself---ourselves---themselves.---Reflexive pronouns are rarely used in English.---One occasion where reflexive pronouns are used in English is for emphasis.---For example: I made the dinner myself’.---I need you to read the book yourself’.---He bought the car himself.--- You could also add more emphasis by adding. all by---For example. ---The boy painted the picture, all by himself.---without the help of anyone else.---Other times when reflexive pronouns are used are when the pronoun is the object of a preposition referring to a subject.---For example. She enjoyed going on holiday by herself’. He bought a new jumper for himself’.--- The last occasion to use reflexive pronouns is when they are used with reflexive verbs. For example. I hope that you enjoy yourself.---They have hurt themselves. ---We convinced ourselves to go.