Demonstrative Adjectives and Pronouns: This, That, These, Those
Excellent handouts that can also be used as lecture notes.
First sheet covers these topics....
What a demonstrative word is.
What a demonstrative adjective is.
What a demonstrative pronoun is.
Illustrating differences in form and use.
Also provide "Important Things To Remember!" sheets.
These two sheets cover these topics...
Using the 'be' verbs 'is' and 'are' with these demonstrative words.
Using the demonstrative words when the noun is singular, but is written in a plural form. (Ex:pants)
Using the demonstrative pronouns when a person or people are being identified or introduced.
We use demonstrative adjectives and pronouns when sharing thoughts about an activity taking place at that moment in time, and sometimes after the activity is completed.
Using the demonstrative pronouns to refer back to what someone said and avoid word repetition.
Using demonstrative adjectives to focus any listeners or readers attention on a particular thing.
Clipart created by Jennifer Goldberg: People characters.