About pronoun ''himself''

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''all Harry had to do
was keep close behind him''

Is it correct to say ''keep'' without ''himself'' in this sentence?
 

Barb_D

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Yes, you can leave it out.
 

MikeNewYork

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In my view it is better without "himself". You could also say "stay close behind him".
 
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