Part III – Directions: Underline the intensive and reflexive pronouns in the following sentences. Then
label them INT for intensive or REF for reflexive.
Example: Deep-sea divers dive to observe life, which itself can be fascinating.
Jerry was proud of himself for achieving his goal.
The members of the rescue team do not consider themselves heroes for rescuing the lost girl.
Only the United States Congress itself can declare war.
The doctor told Aunt Carol to take better care of herself.
Akia bought himself the book to celebrate.
Part IV – Directions: Fill in the blank with the correct intensive or reflexive pronoun. Then label the
pronoun INT for intensive or REF for reflexive.
One person who made _______________ a career based on the environment was Rachel Carson.
Carson didn’t see the ocean for _______________ until after college.
However, the sea _______________ fascinated Carson at a young age.
In 1932, there were few jobs for scientists _______________ and even fewer for women scientists.
Her later life was marked with conservation efforts that we _______________ can learn from.
Part V – Directions: Underline the interrogative pronoun that best completes each sentence.
(Who, Whom) is the girl in the blue dress?
(Whose, Who’s) hat is this?
(What, Which) is the name of the team in red?
With (who, whom) does your brother work?
(What, Which) does your mom like to play on the guitar?
Part VI – Directions: Underline the the demonstrative pronouns in these sentences. Make sure they are
not being used as modifiers.
These are Great Danes; those dogs are dalmations.
If you are looking for a dog house, take this.
You don’t need much food to feed those.
These dogs are really skinny; those are fatter.
That is a cuter dog than the one I own.