Demonstrative Pronouns

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Demonstrative Pronouns by Mind Map: Demonstrative Pronouns

1. That

1.1. The pronoun that is used to identify objects or people things that are far from each other. This pronoun is singular.

1.2. Examples:

1.2.1. What is That? that is a door.

1.2.2. Is that a pen? No that is not a pen, that is a down

1.2.3. Is that a pencil? yes that is a pencil

2. Those

2.1. Those pronoun is used in a sentence or question in plural things that are far from each other.

2.2. Examples:

2.3. What are those? those are bags.

2.4. Are those desks? yes those are desktops

2.5. Are those cars? No those are not, those are chairs

3. Demonstrative pronouns are used to identify things that are close or far as one can be singular or plural.

3.1. Tent

3.2. Sleeping Bag

3.3. Cushioned Matt

3.4. Earplugs

4. This

4.1. Examples:

4.1.1. the pronoun that is used to identify objects that are close to you can be in the form of questions or prayer. This pronoun is singular

4.2. What is this? this is a whiteboard

4.2.1. Extra Batteries

4.3. Is this a book? Yes this is a book

4.4. Is this a trousers? No this is not, this is a pans.

5. These

5.1. The pronoun these is used to identify things that are close to one but is used in the plural

5.2. Examples:

5.3. What are these? these are cars

5.4. Are these apples? Yes these are apples

5.4.1. Are these a friends? No these are not, these are my partners.