What are their main differences?
'These' and 'Those' as Determiners
If we use 'these' and 'those' with plural nouns, they are determiners.
'These' and 'Those' as Pronouns
If we use 'these' and 'those' alone without them being followed by plural nouns, they are pronouns.
I've made my decision. Let's buy
Can 'They' Be Used as a Demonstrative, Too?
'They' can be used to demonstrate plural nouns at any distance or position. It can be a substitute for both 'these' and 'those'.
'They' can be the safest choice, because the distance is not relevant.
'What are these?' '
Here, you can also say 'these are my clothes'.
'These' and 'those' alone (as pronouns) cannot refer to people unless maybe when you want to be offensive or sarcastic. They are always used to refer to things.
This sentence is ok, because we used a noun after 'these'.
These are so nice and friendly.
'These' alone cannot be used to refer to people.
They can both refer to a group of people and animals and things.
What Is Another Difference between 'These' and 'Those' with 'They'?
they in the library.)
Here, 'these' is the object of our sentence and we cannot replace it with 'they'.
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