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What are Objective, Subjective, Reflexive and Intensive Pron

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Maddy L.

on 7 March 2014

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Transcript of What are Objective, Subjective, Reflexive and Intensive Pron

What are Objective, Subjective, Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns?
Reflexive Pronouns
A Reflexive Pronoun (Which is the same form as an Intensive Pronoun) hints that the subject of the sentence also receives the action of the verb. Example: She was alone by herself, and she was gripped by the icy coldness of being lonely. Which means whenever there is a reflexive pronoun in a sentence there has to be a human to whom that pronoun can “reflect.”
What's a Intensive Pronoun?
An Intensive Pronoun is a personal pronoun such as self, yourself, herself, himself and themselves. They emphasize a noun. An example is
We don't really know

A Subjective Pronoun
A Subjective Pronoun acts as the sentence subject, it does the action of the verb. Some Subjective pronouns are he, she, it, they, you and we. Example: He has been acting really nice ever since they went shopping.
What's an Objective Pronoun?
An Objective Pronoun acts as the sentence object; it receives the action for the verb. Some pronouns are them, us, it, me, you, her and him. Example: He gave us some drums and he told us to play it.
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