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Q 1 - They always defend their family members and back …
"One another" is used in case of an action performed vice versa between more than two individuals.
Q 2 - If ... was present there, he would have come out by now.
"Anyone, anybody" is used for a pointing out someone to attach a quality with him, the action is “coming out” in this case.
"Mine, yours, theirs" and other such usages are for denoting ownership as pronouns.
Q 4 - You mustn't blame ... for all the wrong things happening around you.
"Myself, yourself, ourselves, themselves" and such usages are used to talk of a person's own ability or intention.
"He, she, it" use "is/was", "I" uses "am/was", "We, you" use "are/were"
"I, he, you, we, she, they" and similar usages are for people who do the action.
"Hers, his, theirs" and other such usages are for denoting ownership as pronouns.
"Mine, ours, his" and other such usages are for denoting ownership as pronouns.
Q 9 - Why can I not travel … at night? I am not a child anymore.
“Myself” is used when the singular speaker is supposed to do something with his/her own capability.
“Its” is used to denote ownership of an infant, animal, or non-living thing.