Intensive Pronoun Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.6.1.B

Core Standard

These types of pronouns hold a great deal of similarity and a key difference. Reflexive pronouns are objects that directly associate to a subject. This makes them a concrete and necessary part of any sentence. Intensive pronouns are added to sentence to help you provide emphasizes on a noun or pronoun. They are not the foundation of a sentence, such as their reflexive counterpoint. These reflexive and intensive forms are similar in that they end in either -self or -selves. These worksheets help students to learn how to place and use reflexive and intensive pronouns.









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