Contoh Soal Intensive vs. Reflexive Pronoun dan Jawabannya

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Sekilas Intensive dan Reflexive Pronoun

Intensive dan reflexive pronoun terdiri dari: myself, yourself, herself, himself, itself, yourselves, ourselves, dan themselves. Walaupun berbentuk sama, makna dan cara penggunaan kedua -self atau -selves pronoun ini berbeda di dalam kalimat.

Di bawah ini 10 kalimat intensive vs. reflexive pronoun. Tentukan apakah kata benda yang di garis bawah merupakan intensive atau  reflexive pronoun dengan mengetik a atau b.

  1. I myself have never been able to read a book fully.

    1. intensive pronoun
    2. reflexive pronoun

    Your answer:

  2. He looked tired himself.

    1. intensive pronoun
    2. reflexive pronoun

    Your answer:

  3. She watched herself.

    1. intensive pronoun
    2. reflexive pronoun

    Your answer:

  4. She herself watched Andika.

    1. intensive pronoun
    2. reflexive pronoun

    Your answer:

  5. The doctor introduced himself.

    1. intensive pronoun
    2. reflexive pronoun

    Your answer:

  6. She watched Andika herself.

    1. intensive pronoun
    2. reflexive pronoun

    Your answer:

  7. It's important after having a baby that you look after yourself.

    1. intensive pronoun
    2. reflexive pronoun

    Your answer:

  8. I prepared the dinner table all by myself.

    1. intensive pronoun
    2. reflexive pronoun

    Your answer:

Correct
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References:

  1. Intensive Pronoun.http://grammar.about.com/od/il/g/intensivepronounterm.htm. Accessed on June 21, 2015.
  2. Intensive Pronoun. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/intensive%20pronoun. Accessed on June 21, 2015.
  3. Never Passive—Intransitive Verbs. http://www.grammar-quizzes.com/passive1d.html. Accessed on June 21, 2015.

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