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    yourself and yourselves

    What is a difference between applying "yourself" and "yourselves"? Could you please give several example of their usage?

    Thank you in advance :)

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    Re: yourself and yourselves

    Yourself is singular and yourselves plural.

    Take care, don't cut yourself.

    Hey, Mary and Peter? How are you? Are you treating yourselves to a holiday?

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