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  1. CarloSsS's Avatar
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    #1

    those are not to high

    I came across the following sentence. A non-native speaker uttered it so I'm unsure of its correctness.

    I enjoy jumping out of windows, providing those are not situated too high.

    Is the use of "those" here natural? I would use "they" instead of "those". What do you think?
    Please note that I'm not a teacher.

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    Re: those are not to high

    I agree with you. 'Those' is not natural.

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