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Demonstrative Adjectives - 6th Grade Grammar

Demonstrative Adjectives - 6th Grade Grammar

An adjective is a word that is used to describe a noun or pronoun. 

Demonstrative Adjectives point out things. 

Demonstrative adjectives, such as this, that, these, and those, tell which one or which ones

Use this to point out a nearby person or thing. 
Use that to point out a person or thing that is farther away.
Examples:
        This cat is mine. 
        This is mine. 
        That cat is hers. 
        That is hers.

Use these to point out two or more nearby people or things. 
Use those to point out two or more people or things farther away.
Examples:
        These boys have been crying for a while. 
        These are mine. 
        Those girls in the nursery have been smiling for hours. 
        Those books are suitable for you.
  
Extra Examples:
        This is a big number.
        That man really loves the comic book store.
        These oranges are ready to be eaten.
        Those words are hard.
        This show is amazing. 
        That English worksheet is easy.
        These red objects indicate something creepy.
        Those signs may indicate words from the Arabic language.

Demonstrative adjectives can also take the place of nouns. When they do, they become demonstrative pronouns
Examples:
        This is Amira’s lunch bag.
        This quiz is easy for us. 
        Have you seen this
        These are Math worksheets. 
        Do they like these results? 
        That is amazing! 
        Look at that object. 
        Those were my neighbors. 
        Can you see those animals?

Demonstrative Adjectives Activity - 6th Grade Grammar

Select the proper demonstrative adjective to complete the sentence.

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