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    "this" and "that"

    In the case below, which is used more often: this or that? I am asking because I have the impression that the latter is predominant.

    Example:
    This site is nice.
    or:
    That site is nice.

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    Re: "this" and "that"

    Quote Originally Posted by learner2007 View Post
    In the case below, which is used more often: this or that? I am asking because I have the impression that the latter is predominant.

    Example:
    This site is nice.
    or:
    That site is nice.
    "This site is nice" is correct if you mean www.usingenglish.com

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