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Reflexive and intensive pronouns look exactly the same: both end in -self and -selves

Reflexive pronouns are objects which refer to the subject, for example:

The dog bit himself. I made myself a sandwich. I/dog is a subject and myself/himself is referring to it. 

We use intensive pronouns to emphasize another pronoun or noun, for example:

My mother herself took this photo. I prepared a meal for the president himself.

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