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Indicate whether the following pronouns (in parentheses) are personal, intensive, or reflexive.

1. The witches addressed (him) as Thane of Cawdor.
personal
2. Macbeth's darkest thoughts involved the King (himself).
intensive
3. Banquo knew that (his) companion was upset by the prophesies.
personal
4. Lady Macbeth prepared (herself) for the conflicts ahead.
reflexive
5. (They) has a remarkable relationship.
personal

Underline the correct pronoun in each of the following sentences.

1. Apparently, the stronger character was (she, her).
she
2. Duncan dined with (they, them) at the feast.
them
3. Do you agree with (myself, me) that Banquo was suspicious?
me
4. I hope you do agree with the critics and (I, me).
I
5. Perhaps he suspected (their, they, them) evil intentions.
their

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    Indicate whether the following pronouns (in parentheses) are personal, intensive, or reflexive.

    1. The witches addressed (him) as Thane of Cawdor.
    personal right

    2. Macbeth's darkest thoughts involved the King (himself).
    intensive right

    3. Banquo knew that (his) companion was upset by the prophesies.
    personal right

    4. Lady Macbeth prepared (herself) for the conflicts ahead.
    reflexive right

    5. (They) has a remarkable relationship.
    personal right

    Underline the correct pronoun in each of the following sentences.

    1. Apparently, the stronger character was (she, her).
    she right, even though it sounds VERY strange!

    2. Duncan dined with (they, them) at the feast.
    them right

    3. Do you agree with (myself, me) that Banquo was suspicious?
    me right

    4. I hope you do agree with the critics and (I, me).
    I incorrect; would you say, "He agrees with I"? With is a preposition and needs to have its objects be in the object case.

    5. Perhaps he suspected (their, they, them) evil intentions.
    their right

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