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I can't find a intensive pronoun for the word themselves.Can you help me please.

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the bit about intensive pronouns is good in itself,

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Google it. There are lots of explanations there.
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It should be possessive PRONOUN
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I hope that helps.

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Reflexive: myself, themselves, etc.
Possessive: my, mine, their, theirs, etc.
Relative: which, that, etc.
Interrogative: who, what, etc.
Demonstrative: this, those, etc.
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I recommend that you consult a grammar of the English language to have them ALL.

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