Differentiate between reflexive and emphatic pronoun

Reflexive pronouns demonstrate that the subject’s action has an effect on the doer. An emphatic pronoun, on the other hand, merely accentuates the subject’s activity.

Although reflexive and intense pronouns have the identical appearance, they perform quite distinct purposes in sentences. A reflexive pronoun refers to the sentence’s subject, whereas an intense pronoun emphasises or intensifies a word.

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