An intensive pronoun is almost identical to a reflexive pronoun. It is defined as a pronoun that ends in self or selves and places emphasis on its antecedent by referring back to another noun or pronoun used earlier in the sentence. For this reason, intensive pronouns are sometimes called emphatic pronouns.
I,myself, do the research in our group.
They,themselves are busy preparing for their presentation.
You, yourself find a solution on how to get out of that mess!
We, ourselves are preparing a surprise for our teacher.
Sometimes,I ,myself is capable of being rude.

Reflexive pronoun-a pronoun that is preceded or followed by the noun, afjective,adverb,or pronoun to which it refers.

Perseus proved himself that he had killed Medusa.
I blamed myself for the misconduct I did.
You should make yourself confident enough in front of many people.
You should think a good ending of the story yourself.
We prepared the cake for ourselves.

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