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What is the plural for myself?

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The plural form of the reflexive pronoun 'myself' is ourselves.

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My selves

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Myself cannot have a plural form. There can only be one "me", so there can only be one myself.


such a pronoun obviously doesn't exist:D


The opposite pronoun is myself, or possibly ourselves (plural).


The singular pronouns are:I, meyouhe, himshe, heritmyselfyourselfhimselfherselfitselfthisthatThe plural pronouns are:we, usyouthey, themourselvesyourselvesthemselvesthesethose



Unfortunately, for you, my friend, there is no plural for could. To make an existing word into a plural, it must be a noun (eg. dog, desk, planet). I, myself, don' exactly understand why such a question would be asked? If you don't mind me asking, why?


The first person pronouns are:I (singular, subjective personal pronoun)we (plural, subjective personal pronoun)me (singular, objective personal pronoun)us (plural, objective personal pronoun)mine (singular possessive pronoun)ours (plural possessive pronoun)my (singular possessive adjective)our (plural possessive adjective)myself (singular reflexive pronoun)ourselves (plural reflexive pronoun)Example sentence: I hope you like my list of first person pronouns. I typed the list myself.


The possessive form of the plural noun pictures is pictures'.Example: I made the pictures' frames myself.


The singular reflexive pronouns are myself, yourself, himself, herself, and itself.The plural reflexive pronouns are ourselves, yourselves, and themselves.


Just like personal pronouns, reflexive pronouns have specific words for singular and plural.The singular reflexive pronouns are:myselfyourselfhimselfherselfitselfThe plural reflexive pronouns are: ourselvesyourselvesthemselves


The noun 'cookie' is a count noun. The plural form is 'cookies'.Examples:Would you like a cookie?I baked the cookies myself.


The noun 'glasses' as a word for eyewear, is a plural, uncountable noun; a short form for a pair of glasses or pairs of glasses.The singular and plural possessive is glasses'.Examples:I can't find my glasses' case.I made all of my glasses' cases myself.The possessive form of the noun 'glasses' as the plural form of drinking glass is also glasses'.Example: The wine glasses' pattern matches my china.


The reflexive pronouns end with -self(singular) or -selves (plural).The reflexive pronouns are: myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves.


The plural for she is they; the plural for her is them.


The plural of "is" is "are"as in:I amYou (singular) areHe/She isWe areYou (plural) areThey are


The plural of "she" is "they", so the plural of "she had" is "they had".


The reflexive pronouns end in -self (singular) and -selves (plural).The reflexive pronouns are: myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves.


Is it possible, that I (singular), can plural (more than 1) all by myself? OR, do I (singular) need another- (also more than 1) as an addition before I do....? Is this how math started.


All of the reflexive pronouns contain the word 'self' in the singular or 'selves' in the plural. They are: myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves.


That is the correct spelling of the reflexive plural pronoun "ourselves" (singular "myself").


pluralsThe word plurals is the plural of plural. As in: I answered the question about plurals to the person who didn't know that the plural of plural is plurals.


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Isthmi is plural. There are actually two plural forms. I will list them from singular to plural. Isthmus - Singular Isthmi - Plural Isthmuses - Plural


it may also be called the mitocondria WWRRONNNGGG.. The "power house" of the cell.. "mitochondriON" is singular. "mitochondriA" is plural. according to both wiki and myself Glad to help :)


The plural of 'bunch' is bunches.The plural of 'ant' is ants.The plural of 'batch' is batches.The plural of 'day' is days.The plural of 'chimney' is chimneys.The plural of 'tomato' is tomatoes.The plural of 'umbrella' is umbrellas.The plural of 'donkey' is donkeys.The plural of 'sky' is skies.The plural of 'foot' is feet.The plural of 'show' is shows.



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