Watch and Learn how to use This and These in sentences.
Demonstrative pronouns are the same pronouns used for demonstrative adjectives - this, that, these and those. The difference is in the sentence structure. The demonstative pronoun takes the place of the noun phrase. The demonstrative adjective is always followed by a noun.
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