February 19, 2017

Homework Help: English

Posted by Henry2 on Thursday, February 23, 2012 at 1:12pm.

Writeacher, Can you please check these sentences. I urgently need to know the difference in meaning among the various sentences.

1) She often makes herself pasta.
(= She often makes pasta for herself)
She often makes pasta herself.
(= She often makes pasta personally)
She often has lunch by herself.
She often has lunch on her own.
2)They are teaching themselves how to use the new computer. (Does it mean "They are learning how to use the new computer programme")
3) Her boyfriend himself wants to give her the good news (personally?)
4) Is it possible "Her boyfriend wants to give her the good news himself (? what it the meaning?)
5) I wash and dress and then I have breakfast. (I wash myself and dress myself is a mistake?)

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