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Demonstrative pronouns exercise

Demonstrative pronouns are used to point out the objects to which they refer.

There are four demonstrative pronouns in English: this, that, these and those.

Complete the following sentences using appropriate demonstrative pronouns.

1. is a present from my uncle. (this / these)

2. are my children. (this / these)

3. is the fort of Raigad. (This / these)

4. Put . books on that table. (this / these)

5. Get .. cat off the cupboard. (this / that)

6. Get .. sparrow off my shoulder. (this / that)

7. The rivers of America are larger than of Europe. (these / those)

8. The climate of Mumbai is like .. of Kochi. (this / that)

9. .. is my house. I live here. (This / that)

10. Who is boy over there? (this / that)

Answers

1. This is a present from my uncle.

2. These are my children.

3. This is the fort of Raigad.

4. Put these books on that table.

5. Get that cat off the cupboard.

6. Get this sparrow off my shoulder.

7. The rivers of America are larger than those of Europe.

8. The climate of Mumbai is like that of Kochi.

9. This is my house. I live here.

10. Who is that boy over there?

 

 

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