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Published on Jul 25, 2014
"This" and "That" are important words indicating objects, people, and situations. "This" is used when we are pointing at or talking about someone or some object near us. "That" is used when we are pointing at or talking about someone or some object farther from us. "This" or "that" may be used as a subject when it refers to a thing, but not to people. "This" or "that" may be used when followed by a noun that’s a person because then it’s telling us which person - this one, or that one, and it’s not the subject of the sentence. For example: “This friend of John’s will help me speak better English” or “That teacher is better than the others.”
This lesson has examples and sample conversations which will help you understand the correct use of "this" and "that."
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