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Learn what demonstrative adjectives are and how to use them with a helpful infographic.
What is a Demonstrative Adjective?
Demonstrative adjectives are used to indicate specific people, places and things (nouns). They are modifiers and should not be confused with demonstrative pronouns, which will be discussed later.
“This child is looking for her mother.”
“I enjoy visiting this city.”
“Take this cookie to your boss.”
“That child looks lost.”
“I will visit that city in the summer.”
“I was going to take that cookie you ate to my boss.”
These and Those
This pair is like the first but is reserved for plural nouns. “These” shows nouns close to the speaker and “those” indicates nouns farther away.
“These children can’t find their mother.”
“I am visiting these communities for the next two weeks.”
“Don’t eat these cookies, they are for my boss.”
“Those children are waiting for their mother.”
“A tour bus will take me to those cities.”
“You ate those cookies even after I told you not to.”