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  • 1. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 9/21/12 8th Grade Language Arts Agenda: 1. Warm-up: Assignments: 2. Grammar ­Lit Circles (TH) 3. Literature ­3rd Reading log and Green Sheet (F)  ­Keep working on your memoir  1
  • 2. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns: • A pronoun that ends in self or selves • Examples- myself, yourself, herself, himself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves 2
  • 3. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 • Reflexive- refers to the subject and directs the verb back to the subject o necessary to the meaning of a sentence o Ben Carson dedicated himself to becoming a doctor. o Ben Carson dedicated to becoming a doctor. 3
  • 4. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 • Intensive- emphasizes a noun or another pronoun in the same sentence o not necessary to the meaning of a sentence o most of the time it comes right after the noun/pronoun it is emphasizing, but not always o You yourself have overcome many hardships. o You have overcome many hardships. 4
  • 5. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 Interrogatives and Demonstratives Interrogatives • used to introduce a question Using Who and Whom  • Who is used as a subject or a predicate pronoun • Whom is used as  an object Who met the poet? or  Whom met the poet?   5
  • 6. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 Whose and Who’s  • Whose is a pronoun • Whos is a contraction that means who is or who  has 6
  • 7. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 Demonstrative  • points our a person, place, thing, or idea • Only four­ this, that, these, and those • Never use here or there with a demonstrative  pronoun • Dont confuse demonstrative pronouns with the  same words used as adjectives • We like to play that game. • We like to play that.   7
  • 8. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 More examples: • (Who/Whom) did you see? • Jessica gave (who/whom) the points? • My game piece is (this/these). • The next player is (who/whom)? 8
  • 9. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 Touch the vocab word that  matches the definition below  each grid.   When you finish, youll get a  message from The Outsiders. Touch this screen to continue. 9
  • 10. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 Dally says conviction savvy nonchalant stupor "Do it  for  veer aimless indignant unfathomable Johnny!" understanding, know-how, intelligence 10
  • 11. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 Dally says conviction nonchalant stupor "Do it  for  veer aimless indignant unfathomable Johnny!" unbelievable; hard to understand 11
  • 12. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 Dally says conviction nonchalant stupor "Do it  for  veer aimless indignant Johnny!" to swerve 12
  • 13. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 Dally says conviction nonchalant stupor "Do it  for  aimless indignant Johnny!" casual 13
  • 14. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 Dally says conviction stupor "Do it  for  aimless indignant Johnny!" very angry 14
  • 15. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 Dally says conviction stupor "Do it  for  aimless Johnny!" strong belief 15
  • 16. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 Dally says stupor "Do it  for  aimless Johnny!" without purpose or direction 16
  • 17. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 Dally says stupor "Do it  for  Johnny!" dazed state 17
  • 18. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 Dally says "Do it  for  Johnny!" You did it! 18
  • 19. reflexive and intensive pronouns 9­21­12.notebook September 21, 2012 19