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This phone These phones That phone Those phones
This cup That cup Those cups These cups
This dogThese dogs That dog Those dogs
This baby These babies That baby Those babies
This bookThese books That book Those books
something near Use this if theres just one. Use these if theres more than one.
something not near Use that if theres just one. Use those if theres more than one.
this that these those 1.I like ______ shirt. 2.I dont like _______ shirts. 3.I want to use ____ phone. 4.Can I have ______ pen, please? 5.You can play with ______cards. that those this that these
Unit 3A Singular and Plural Nouns with This, That, These, Those Page 27.
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THIS THESE This is my book. These are my books.. THAT THOSE Those are my books. That is my book.
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 This - That These – Those By Susan Assad CLEAR ! Chronicle of Leads in English And Resources.
19 this, that, these, those those booksthese books Plural that book this book Singular there here We use this/these for things that are near. How much.
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We use: There is……… when just one. There are……..for more than one.
You already know how to solve equations like these:
We like pets and that’s Why we chose this charity. There are lots of pets that don’t have homes. And this will help people That need a pet but don’t Have.
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