This chapter discusses reflexive pronouns and verbs. In the present world Portuguese uses reflexive verbs more extensively than English. In the reflexive voice, the verb comes with a pronoun which acts as direct object and represents the same person as the subject. Reflexive verbs can also be used to describe reciprocal actions that are a mutual action between two or more subjects. In this case they can be supplemented with 'um ao outro', 'uma a outra' or 'uns aos outros' for clarity. Portuguese reflexive pronouns are: for first person singular me, myself; for second person singular yourself (familiar); for third person singular yourself (polite), him or herself. As with direct and indirect object pronouns, the reflexive pronoun usually follows the verb and it is linked to it by a hyphen. As with direct and indirect object pronouns, the reflexive pronoun will also precede the verb in negative statements, in questions using interrogatives, after conjunctions, adverbs, certain adjectives and pronouns.