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Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns. 1 st person - Myself Ourselves 2 nd person - Yourself Yourselves 3 rd person - Himself Themselves Herself Itself. Reflexive. A reflexive pronoun changes the meaning of the sentence.

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reflexive and intensive pronouns
Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns

1st person - Myself Ourselves

2nd person - Yourself Yourselves

3rd person - Himself Themselves

Herself

Itself

reflexive
Reflexive
  • A reflexive pronoun changes the meaning of the sentence.
  • Without the pronoun the sentence does not make sense or the meaning changes.

Example

Michael taught himselfto play the piano.

intensive
Intensive
  • Intensive pronouns add to or intensify its antecedent.
  • Intensive pronouns will not change the meaning of the sentence if they are taken out.

Example

Michael Jackson himself taught the child to play the piano.

identify the following pronouns as intensive or reflexive
Identify the following pronouns as intensive or reflexive
  • The mayor himself cut the ribbon at the building dedication.
  • Jennifer accidentally cut herselfon the broken glass.
  • The team pushed themselvesto the limit.
  • Ramon cleaned the room by himself.
answers
Answers
  • Intensive
  • Reflexive
  • Reflexive
  • Intensive