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DEMONSTRATIVE NOUNS: These pronouns incudes THIS, THAT, THESE, AND THOSE. They are used to point out specific persons, places or objects.

‘THIS” and “THAT” are used for singular, while ‘THESE’ and ‘THOSE’ are used for plural. ‘THIS’ and ‘THESE’ are used for object that are near ‘THAT’ and ‘THOSE’ are for object that are far.

 

Example :

This is my sister.

These are my sisters

That is my school

Those are the goats he bought.

 

EVALUATION:- Use the following nouns in sentences: THIS, THAT, THESE, AND THOSE.

ASSIGNMENT: list out the demonstrative pronouns and write out five sentences indentify the demonstrative pronouns in them.

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VOWELS /U/ AND /U:/

VOWEL /ᴐ:/ AND /ᴐ/

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VOWEL /ӕ/ and /ӡ:/

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