Intensive pronouns are used to intensify or give emphasis to the subject of the sentence. This pronoun comes after the subject and is not needed for even if it is removed, it will not alter the meaning. In the other hand, reflexive pronoun is a pronoun that comes after the verb. It is an important part of a sentence because if this pronoun is removed, it will change the meaning. A reflexive pronoun acts as the object of the sentence which receives the action.