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Demonstrative Pronoun

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Transcript of Demonstrative Pronoun

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Demonstrative Pronoun
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This
is my dog
That is a dog
Those
are dogs
These
are my dogs.
Demonstrative Pronoun
Demonstrative pronouns are those that identify or point to a thing or things and occasionally persons.
They can be both singular and plural and they refer to nouns that are either nearby or far away in time or space.
This and that are singular and refer to something near to the speaker in time and place.
These and those are plural referring to things farther away in time and space.
Remember
Assignment
B. Use `that´ or `those´
Exercises
Use this or these
1. Is____ my drink?
2. _____ are my jewels
3. _____ are new bikes
Use that or those
4.____ is a big supermarket.
5. Are ____ your pens?
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