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Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns

What's the difference?
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Lauren Gentry

on 27 September 2013

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Transcript of Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns

First the Words!!!!
myself
yourself
himself
herself
itself
Reflexive Pronouns
-necessary for the sentence to make sense
- There will be at least one word between the subject
noun (or subject pronoun) and the reflexive pronoun.
Intensive Pronouns
- Are used to emphasize another noun or pronoun.
- Not necessary for the sentence to make sense.
- Intensive pronouns will come directly after the noun or
pronoun it is referring to.
Conclusion
Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns are the same words.
Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns
What's the difference???
ourselves
yourselves
themselves
Examples:
She

made

herself
coffee
.
You

should address the letter to

yourself
.
Examples:
I made a sandwich for the
president himself
.
My
sister herself
paid for my popcorn.
To decide if the pronoun is reflexive or intensive, you must decide what noun or pronoun is being referred to.

Remember the two tricks I gave you to decided if it a reflexive or intensive pronoun!!!
End
1. The mayor himself spoke to the crowd.
2. The girls gave themselves enough time to finish the project.
3. Judy read to herself.
4. The cat gave itself a bath.
5. The actress herself wrote the play.
Identify the pronoun and state whether it is intensive or reflexive.
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