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Intensive Pronouns

Today in the Fun Easy English classroom you are going to learn about intensive pronouns an important part of English grammar.
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Grammar: Intensive Pronouns

Definition of an intensive pronoun.
  • An intensive pronoun is a word that is:
  • used to emphasize its antecedent
  • identical in form to a reflexive pronoun
Intensive Pronoun Examples
  • I myself believe that studying is the key to learning English.
  • The librarian herself said that this book was interesting.
  • They themselves promised to work on the project.
  • The following words are intensive pronouns
  • myself, himself, herself, themselves
From YOUR Teacher: Intensive Pronouns

These pronouns are used to emphasis or add strength to a statement.

They themselves promised to work on the project.
sounds stronger than
They promised to work on the project.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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