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Ana Pete.
I have a new assignment for you.
A show on single parents.
What is it like for a mother or a father to raise a child by herself or himself?
We can interview single parents.
They can share their experiences themselves.
Yes, but you need to experience parenthood yourselves ourselves.
How do we do that?
We're not parents.
I asked myself the same question.
I said, Katie, how are they going to do that?
Then an idea came to me.
I will give you the babies.
You may be asking yourself the same thing that I'm asking myself.
What is Miss Weaver talking about?
I am sure we will find out shortly.
This lesson teaches reflexive pronouns.
Reflexive pronouns refer back to the subject of a sentence or clause.
We use them when the subject and the object are the same person or thing.
For example, Miss Weaver says, I asked myself the same question.
I is the subject and myself refers back to it here.
She would not use the pronoun me.
You need to use the reflexive pronoun myself.
Reflexive pronouns are easy to find.
They end in self or Selves.
I have a feeling We are going to see a lot of reflexive pronouns.
Listen for them.
Here are your babies.
Those are bags of flour.
No, Pete.
For the next six days, this'd is your baby.
Here are your instructions.
Do not leave your babies alone.
Ah, baby cannot take care of itself.
And you, too must do everything by yourselves.
We will meet next Friday.
Oh, and the person who does the best research will get an extra day of vacation.
Help yourself to a baby, Pete.
Look, my baby is organic and whole grain.
Your baby is ordinary monster.
This is a great idea, Miss Weaver.
This is a terrible idea.
Speak for yourself, Peach.
We need to throw ourselves into the research.
I'm starting right now.
Hey, Ana, You forgot your baby.
Come to Mama.
Good girl.
Good girl.
Singular reflexive pronouns and in self plural ones end in Selves.
Ana says we need to throw ourselves into the research.
The subject.
We is plural.
So we must use the plural reflexive pronoun ourselves.
Thing is hard.
I hope Pete is not doing well.
I really need that vacation day way will all see how Pete is doing in the next episode.
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Let's Learn English Level 2 Lesson 17: Flour Baby, Part 1

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林宜悉 published on July 3, 2020
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