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    Question Difference between "this" and "these"

    Hi,

    I always get confuse whether to "this" or "these". Please explain me when to what and why ?

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    Re: Difference between "this" and "these"

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemant_kayadav View Post
    Hi,

    I always get confuse whether to "this" or "these". Please explain me when to what and why ?

    This -. singular; a pronoun that indicates a thing or a person.
    This book;this man
    These- plural. indicates things or persons.
    These books.,these men.
    Both indicate things that are nearby.
    Regards,
    rj1948
    Last edited by rj1948; 07-Jun-2008 at 08:31.

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