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This / That / These / Those

Language note
We use This / These for things near us.     >>     This is my camera and these are my gloves.
We use That / Those for things far away from us.     >>     That is my scarf and those are my jeans.

Exercise 1  Match the sentences to the correct pictures.
1. Those are watches.                                                 a.                                         
2. These are my new CDs.                                           b.                                        
3. That is Alan's house.                                               c.       

4. This is Jame's new mp3 player.                                d.     
5. Those are beautiful flowers.                                     e.                                       
6. That is a beautiful flower.                                        f.
7. These are mobile phones.                                        g.                                          

Exercise 2  Put the words into the correct order.

1. are / new / jeans / those / my / .                    

2. that / digital camera / is / Peter's / .                
3. red scarf / is / this / a / .                                
4. my / these / books / are / .                            

Exercise 3   Choose the best answer.

1.                are rulers.
 
2.                          is a guitar.
 
3.                        is a box.
 
4.                      are my father's hats.
 
5. These  my pens.
6. Those  my shoes.
7. That  a bicycle.
8. This  my .

 

       

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