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John himself should have known better even if Joe did not. personal relative interrogative demonstrative indefinite reciprocal intensive reflexive
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User: John himself should have known better even if Joe did not. personal relative interrogative demonstrative indefinite reciprocal intensive reflexive

Weegy: What is the italicized word because Weegy won't show fonts in italic?
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User: John *himself* should have known better even if Joe did not. personal relative interrogative demonstrative indefinite reciprocal intensive reflexive

Weegy: What is the italicized word because Weegy won't show fonts in italic?
spyderman|Points 651|

User: *himself* italics

Weegy: indefinite
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User: Determine the class of the italicized pronoun. *Who*(italics) may I say is calling? personal relative interrogative demonstrative indefinite reciprocal intensive reflexive

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John *himself* should have known better even if Joe did not. Himself is a reflexive/emphatic pronoun.

*Who* may I say is calling? Who is an interrogative pronoun in this sentence.
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