- Used as the object of a verb or preposition to refer to the person being addressed.
- Used to refer to oneself.
The word 'yourself' is a second person pronoun in english, derived from middle english 'your-selve', which in turn comes from old english 'geond-seolf'.
- You should enjoy yourself at the party.
- She told me to keep it a secret, but I had to tell someone, so I told myself.
- I'm looking forward to spending some time with yourself.
- It's important to take care of yourself.
- You're the only one who can help yourself in this situation.
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