This question came to my mind when I used the phrasal verb "rely on"
Could I possibly rely myself on you?
I'm not interested in focusing whether the sentence sounds usual or not, but I need to clarify whether I could do this and the same on some certain phrasal verbs, to emphasize something that is done by the subject.
Quoted from OALD, I'm aware of the placement somebody/something is after the phrasal verb "rely on" i.e [rely on/upon + somebody/something]. Back to my question, if that's not possible, must I write like this instead? :
Could I myself possibly rely on you?