in the appropriate reflexive pronoun or each other/one another.
1)A: Charles and Bill are always fighting.
B: I don't think they like …
2)A: Should I
switch off the kettle?
B: No. It will switch … off when the water's
3)A: Can you
iron this shirt for me, please?
B: Don't be so lazy! Iron it …
4)A: Why are
the children shouting?
B: Oh! They're just teasing …
B: Well, behave … at the party.
6)A: Sam is
pleased to see Alan, isn't he?
B: Yes. They don't see … very often.
have you done to your finger?
B: I cut … with a sharp knife.