The answer is a hope this helps
A reflexive pronoun is a pronoun which is used as a direct object when the subject of the verb and the object is the same. It is preceded by noun, adjective, adverb or pronouns to which it refers. Therefore, the sentences which uses reflexive pronoun correctly are: A. Jason brought three sandwiches for himself. D. My cousins and I spent the day picking apples.
(a) Jason brought three sandwiches for himself. Explanation: himself is a reflexive pronoun, and it’s the only one that uses the reflexive pronouns correctly and is grammatically correct.
C. Jason brought three sandwiches for himself. Explanation: Reflexive Pronouns are pronouns used when the subject and the object of a sentence are the same: they turn the action back on the subject. We can easily identify them because they start and end with the suffix -self (singular) or -selves (plural): myself, yourself, herself, himself, itself, themselves, yourselves and ourselves. Sentence C is the one that uses the reflexive pronoun correctly because the subject Jason and the object himself are the same, and the fuction of this latter is to turn the action back on the subject.
Jason brought three sandwiches for himself. -uses reflexive pronouns correctly Explanation:
A and D i hope that’s right
D is the correct answer
D might be correct i think
C. My cousins and I spent the day picking apples.