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Copy of REFLEXIVE & INTENSIVE PRONOUNS
Transcript of Copy of REFLEXIVE & INTENSIVE PRONOUNS
. Use these pronouns when the
subject and object of the verb are the same person.
while playing football.
while playing football.
Reflexive pronouns follow the
verb of a sentence.
if the new system would actually work.
f this morning when I fell down the stairs.
in the mirror for hours.
as upstanding members of the community.
Intensive pronouns are reflexive pronouns that are
used to emphasize the subject or object noun.
a year later.
surprised by the news.
went to hear the man
The way to identify an intensive pronoun
is to remove it from the sentence; if it’s
an intensive pronoun, the sentence will
still make sense. If the sentence no longer makes sense, it’s a reflexive pronoun.
knight the award.
The queen gave the knight
like a little stroll after dinner.
The author approved the book cover for the buyers
Study the following sentences carefully. Identify the pronouns in the sentences whether Reflexive Pronoun or Intensive Pronoun.
1. I bought myself a car.
2. I bought the car myself.
3. He cut himself.
4. He cut his hair himself.
I myself hope that you have understood and enjoyed my discussion. Till next time. Ciao!
An intensive pronoun usually
comes right after the subject
or a different noun
in a sentence.
Choose whether the underlined pronoun is reflexive or intensive. Write your answer before the sentence.
1. I found the treasure box
should know the rules of your parents.
3. When Jeremy found his wallet, he bought
an ice cream.
4. The mayor
gave me this award.
5. The player
scored the winning run.
6. The players prepared
by staying in shape.
7. I gave you that worksheet, so I know you got it
promised to work harder next semester.
9. My neighbors found
involved in a lawsuit.
10. I bought my brother a present for