An intensive pronoun is one which intensifies another noun. An example of this would be as such: "I myself shall do the job." In the sentence, myself is the intensive pronoun, because it intensifies the subject, "I." Intensive pronouns tend to be used only in the nominative, or the subjective case. One thing to note is that intensive pronouns is that they, when properly employed, proceed immediately after the noun which they are intensifying. Lastly, they are not Reflexive Pronouns, and here is why: a reflexive pronoun is one which refers to the subject, ie, "I hurt myself." Whom did I hurt? Myself. Myself is reflexive because it refers to the subject, myself, whereas in "I myself hurt him," myself is intensive because it intensifies I, but does not "reflect" back to I.

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