Reflexive pronouns are used when the subject and the object of a sentence are the same. In English they are translated as ‘myself’, ‘yourself’, ‘himself’, ‘herself’, ‘itself’, ‘ourselves’, ‘yourselves’ and ‘themselves’.
|Me audio||I hear myself|
|Te audis||You hear yourself|
For the third person, a different reflexive pronoun is used. This pronoun is unaffected by gender and number, but it does decline.
|Accusative||se/sese||herself, himself, itself||themselves|
|Genitive||sui||of herself, himself, itself||of themselves|
|Dative||sibi||to/for herself, himself, itself||to/for themselves|
|Ablative||se/sese||from/with/by herself, himself, itself||from/with/by themselves|
|Lucia se audit||Lucy hears herself|
|Thomas se audit||Thomas hears himself|
|Scissores se audiunt||The tailors hear themselves|