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Intensive vs. Reflexive Pronouns (Grade 6)

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Intensive vs. Reflexive Pronouns

1. 
Does the following sentence contain a intensive or reflexive pronoun.

Did you yourself make the dinner?
  1. intensive
  2. reflexive
2. 
Does the following sentence contain a intensive or reflexive pronoun?

We ourselves made sure to be on time.
  1. intensive
  2. reflexive
3. 
Does the following sentence contain an intensive or reflexive pronoun?

Michael followed a plan he created for himself.
  1. intensive
  2. reflexive
4. 
Does the following sentence contain an intensive or reflexive pronoun?

Most people will do the repairs themselves.
  1. intensive
  2. reflexive
5. 
Does the following sentence contain an intensive or reflexive pronoun?

Kimberly had to move the refrigerator by herself.
  1. intensive
  2. reflexive
6. 
Sarah and I planned the party ourselves.

Ourselves is:
  1. a reflexive pronoun
  2. an intensive pronoun
  3. a relative pronoun
  4. an interrogative pronoun
7. 
We let ourselves into the old cabin through the back door.

Ourselves is:
  1. a reflexive pronoun
  2. an interrogative pronoun
  3. an intensive pronoun
  4. a relative pronoun
8. 
I gave ______ plenty of time to get to work.
  1. himself
  2. herself
  3. yourself
  4. myself
9. 
Choose the best pronoun to fill in the blank.

You can make                 at home.
  1. himself
  2. myself
  3. yourselves
  4. ourselves
10. 
Find each reflexive pronoun.

1. I will write a report myself.


2. He wanted to write one himself too.


3. The scientists themselves will give a talk.



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