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George tripped him and Peter.

If the "him" is referring to George, should the reflexive pronoun be used? If I'm understanding this, the sentence would read correctly as: George tripped himself. I'm not sure which pronoun is correct in the original sentence.
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Yes, if him is George, it should read himself. Perhaps more usually, Peter would come first: He tripped Peter and himself.
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AnonymousGeorge tripped him and Peter.

If the "him" is referring to George, should the reflexive pronoun be used? If I'm understanding this, the sentence would read correctly as: George tripped himself. I'm not sure which pronoun is correct in the original sentence.

How did George trip himself?
lol "Tripped" was simply what came to mind in the middle of the night when I needed an action verb that would substitute for a canon-specific verb that not everyone would recognize. It would be rather difficult for him to trip himself, but he could easily Apparate himself and his friend!

Thanks for the help!