But you re-read the rules again and again and begins a headache, something zaurchalo in the abdomen, eyes smarting appears you're angry, you want to quit lessons. And all because you are simply poorly understand the terminology – the words which describes the rule. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Martin O’Malley has to say. For example: "in the English reflexive pronouns agree with the subject in person, number and kind". All the words you have heard many times and even once uttered. But clearly if you understand now what it is speech? Re-read the rule again. And yet. Read carefully. Becomes clearer? You can already give a couple examples, understand what this is? How do you feel? (If you feel worse, just grab a dictionary or good grammar and understand the meaning of each word in this rule.) probably after the rules are you waiting for further explanations, examples from the teacher.
For example, you known you since childhood by – intuitive – the rule will acquire the use of these most reflexive pronouns, and the very right to keep notebooks or textbooks. Worst case scenario – you vyzubrite rule, but will be unable to use it. Most bad – decide that you do not have English on the teeth. But look what happened – the point is only that you have until the end is not well understood and learned the grammar of their native language! What is the "pronoun"? Which of them we call "Returnable"? Once you refresh these concepts in your memory, you can use this rule.