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Rewrite this sentence, changing the italicized group of words into an adjective clause. A stranger helped us, and he turned out to be an auto mechanic.
The stranger that helped us turned out to be an auto mechanic.
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Weegy: I set it by itself on the shelf. The pronoun is reflexive. Reflexive pronouns refer back to the subject of a sentence. Intensive pronouns are the same words used to emphasize the subject of the sentence. Intensive pronouns usually appear right near the subject of the sentence. (More)
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She herself gave him the book.
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She herself gave him the book. This sentence is intensive.
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