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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #39218: Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns.
Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns.
"this", "these", "that" and "those"
A- Used as adjectives, they agree with their nouns in number.They are the only adjectives to do this.
EG: this boy
B- Used as pronouns:
eg. This is my pen, and that is yours.
These are my dresses and those are yours.
This is a possible introduction:
eg. This is my sister Anna.
Those can be followed by a defining relative clause:
eg. Those who couldn't walk were carried on stretchers.
This/that can represent a previously mentioned noun, phrase or clause:
eg. They are digging up my road. They do this every summer.
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