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Why do we use this and that?
Last Updated: 31st May, 2020
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Also question is, what is use of this and that?
"This" and "that" are a singular form used toindicatepeople, objects and situations. Michelle: "This" is usedwhen theperson or object is near to us and "that" is used when thepersonor object is farther from us. Holly: This room is small. Inthissentence, “this" is used to indicate the room we areinnow.
what is difference between this and that? Difference Between This and That. The words'this'and 'that' are demonstrative pronoun which is usedforindicating something. We use the word 'this' to pointout a personor object which is close to you. On the other hand,'that' is usedto point out a person or an object which is fartherfromyou.
In this regard, where do we use this and where we use that?
This and these are used to pointtosomething near you. For a singular thing,use this.For a plural thing, use these.
How do you use this that these those?
The right use of this, that, these, those
- Usage of 'this, that, these and those': A. 'This' and'These'.'This' is used to denote a singular thing and 'these' areused forplural ones.
- C. Usage with nouns: Demonstrative adjectives can bedirectlyused with nouns in certain situations. Example:
- A. Test 1. Fill in 'This, that, these or those'