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himself, herself, itself
Please memorize them carefully right now so that you never mistake any of them again!
Anonymous:The word our is already talking about more than one. Myself is only talking about one. You would never say myselves! Same as you would never say ourself! Complete opposites! Myself or ourselves. It only makes perfect sense.
Apparently someone killed themself by jumping off the Paxton Bridge last night. The police haven't found their body yet.
Anonymous:Which one of my two sentences below does make sense ?
'The biggest enemy of us is ourselves' or
'The biggest enemy of us is ourself'
AnonymousWhich one of my two sentences below does make sense ? 'The biggest enemy of us is ourselves' or 'The biggest enemy of us is ourself'They both make sense. That is, they are understandable. Nevertheless, to rephrase them without grammatical mistakes you would do well to write Our biggest enemy is ourselves or We are our (own) [biggest / worst] enemy.
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