Exercise 1: demonstrative pronouns

(Practise using the demonstrative pronouns ‘this, these, that, those’)

Demonstratives (this, that, these, those) – drop-down (difficulty: 2 of 5 – rather easy)

Choose the appropriate demonstrative pronoun/adjective (that, this, those, these) for the sentence from the drop-down list.

  • Example: “Mary, ____________ letter here is for you.”“Mary, this letter here is for you.”

You can check your results with the button below after you have finished. If you still need help with the topic, reread the article about demonstrative pronouns.

  1. Can you see houses on that hill?
  2. What is ? The material feels strange.
  3. Did you see funny monkey at the zoo last Saturday?
  4. Who painted picture on that wall?
  5. All people here are waiting for the bus to Cambridge.
  6. Remember our time at university? – Yes, days were great!
  7. Could you pass me bottle of water, please?
  8. Have a look at newspaper article here.
  9. John, is my sister Julie. – Hi Julie, nice to meet you.
  10. Gary, take keys here and lock the front door, please.

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