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© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 This - That These – Those By Susan Assad CLEAR ! Chronicle of Leads in English And Resources
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 This or that ? A little this …a little that…a dash of these …and a dab of those! Have you ever been faced with these four words and wondered what to do with them? Look at the following and find out about their correct use 1 If you are Near your subject like this… we say This ! If you are Far from your subject like this… we say That !
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 These or those? In the case of more than 1 subject, these and those are used as follows 2 If you are Near your subjects like this… we say THESE ! If you are Far from your subjects like this… we say THOSE !
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 If you want to try… This ladybug is walking on my desk. Those birds have just arrived. My uncle bought that house, the yellow one. This pen writes very well. Mary has bought these shoes recently. 3 Click on the line to see the answer
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 4 Hope this is CLEAR !
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 Canadian and American English By Susan Assad CLEAR ! Chronicle of Leads in English And Resources.
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 Say – Tell Talk – Speak By Susan Assad CLEAR ! Chronicle of Leads in English And Resources.
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 To realize By Susan Assad CLEAR ! Chronicle of Leads in English And Resources.
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 Open - Close Turn-on – Turn-off By Susan Assad CLEAR ! Chronicle of Leads in English And Resources.
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© Fujitsu Limited, 2010 Actually vs Currently By Susan Assad CLEAR ! Chronicle of Leads in English And Resources.
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