Demonstrative Adjectives

Demonstrative Adjectives are this, that, these, those and are also known as demonstrative determiners, they modify a noun.


Example:
This car is good. I like those flowers.

As you see above they are placed before a noun.

Demonstrative Pronoun

This, that, these or those can be also used as a demonstrative pronoun, but in this case it stands on its own and replaces a noun.

Examples: This is bad. I like those.

Read more about Demonstrative Adjectives at Wikipedia


This, That, These and Those






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