A demonstrative pronoun is a pronoun that is used to indicate and replace a noun at the same time. Let's see the following examples.
There are four demonstrative pronouns we usually use to replace a noun. Let's see the following tables.
Demonstrative pronouns can stand alone to represent nouns, while demonstrative adjectives must be followed by nouns. Let's see the following table.
Let's see them in sentences!
Demonstrative pronoun this can be used for introduction. Let's see the following example.
Demonstrative pronouns are usually followed by one or ones to show options or comparison. Let's see the following example.
In this exercise you have to complete the sentences with this, that, these or those.