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    Demonstrative pronouns and uncountable nouns

    Hi,

    Can demonstrative pronouns be used with uncountable nouns?

    For example, can we say, "This milk has gone bad."?

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    Re: Demonstrative pronouns and uncountable nouns

    Quote Originally Posted by caminostro View Post
    Hi,

    Can demonstrative pronouns be used with uncountable nouns?

    For example, can we say, "This milk has gone bad."?
    Yes, and yes.

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