What's difference between "se" and "îşi"?
"se" is for himself, "îşi" for something else of his, even a part of himself. For example, "El își vede cămașa în oglindă." = "He sees his shirt in the mirror." or "El își vede fața în oglindă." = "He sees his face in the mirror."
Totally wrong use of "it" pronoun. It is combined with the reflexive "himself" which is associ
What are you talking about?
It should be "he, himself" instead. Sadly to say, Romanian language course is so very full of grammar mistakes!