is '' herself''' a emphatic or refelixive pronoun?

correct

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emphatic

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reflexive

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oh! all of you suck!

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when it is used with emphasis it is an emphatic pronoun and when it is used for the subject itself it is a reflexive pronoun

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it is reflexive pronoun

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 reflexive

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 gcchanu123 is right

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it can only be clear when it is in sentence.

like

Riya has hurt herself. here herseif is reflexive.because  the action performed by the subject is reflected on the subject itself.

but

She received the guests herself. here herseif is emphasising. because here a reflexive pronoun is used for emphasis

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 You are wrong t is reflexive!

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 Herself is an emphatic pronoun as well as reflexive pronoun.

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Both. And why are you writing comments to yourself Mister Detective? And, and dont freak out. I am not a parent, I am a kid. I just clicked parent by mistake while joining. Now I am a paid member. Can we be friends? And Ishikaisha is SMART!

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Ishikaisha's answer is absolutely correct.

Well done Ishikaisha!

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 According to sentence it can be changed

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 i think its emphantic

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Herself is a reflexive pronoun

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Reflexive
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It is depent on the statement we are talking about. for example:
Puneet hurt herself:reflexive pronoun
Puneet herself hurt: emphatic pronoun
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