'We took the horses out by ourselves.'
In the above sentence me is the subject and myself is the object.
We use myself, yourself, himself, herself, themselves or itself when the object of the sentence is the same as the subject. They are all known as reflexive pronouns.
Myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself are all singular - they refer to one person (or a 'thing' for itself).
Ourselves, yourselves and themselves are all plural - they refer to more than one person.
"My daughter walks to school by herself."
"You should take more care of yourself."
"They hurt themselves in the car accident."
"We have to make dinner ourselves."
Got it? Let's find out - it's your turn! Complete the following sentences with the correct reflexive pronoun: