Student or Learner
Hey, who reading this topic. Who can explain me when do we use "THAT" in English?
I watched a film and I saw a lot of example.
Kid: Excuse me, but this is an emergency.
Woman: Yes sir.
Kid: What city is that over there?
Woman: That's New York, sir.
So, why did woman say "That's New York" ?
If I had I would have been instead that woman I was be say "It's New York"
Next for example.
Man: Smell that? (If I had I would have been instead that man I was be say "Smell it"
So, why they used that?
It was very hard for me to explain you one of the biggest my problem is that I sometimes don't feel any difference between it & that.
I think that I did any mistake. Please correct them.
God will kill me, because I did a lot of the mistakes. Forget me, I am dead! -=REST IN PEACE=-
So, Who will answer to my question?
That's New York, It's new York or simply New York are all correct in this context.
Smell that? asks whether you can smell an unspecified aroma.
Smell it? refers to a specified scent. 'I'm wearing a new perfume; smell it?'