Can this Italian sentence also be used in the imperative ("Believe in yourself!)?
Actually my question is similar to @ale901809.
Could you say the same with, "Ti credi."? It's my understanding that if the pronoun matches the verb conjugation, it makes the pronoun reflexive.
Mi credo = I believe in myself. Ah, wait. I see. It would be, I believe myself.
So, "Ti credi" would mean You believe yourself. Need the proposition. Got it. Nevermind. LOL
Being a native english speaker i like to think or the phase "te stesso" as being te = you and then stesso = same so its kind of like same you which roughly translated to yourself