Demonstrative pronoun examples, It is a word, that points out something in a sentence or refers without naming them. these pronouns also describe the far in the distance of things, places.
These pronouns stand on its own, as it replaces a noun and does not modify it.
There are four demonstrative pronoun of singular/Plural.
They are used as adjectives and pronouns in sentences,
This: we use “This” to specify an object/person in the singular that is near to us.
These: We use “These” to specify objects/people in the plural that are near to us.
That: We use “That” to specify an object/person in the singular that is far from you.
Those: We use “Those” to specify objects/people in the plural that are far from you.
Demonstrative pronoun examples:
a) This is My home.
b) This Table is broken.
c) That is My Bicycle.
e) No, that is not mine.
f) Meet these friends.
g) Those birds are flying from the North.
e) These are old classrooms.
this is possible in the introduction.
a) this is my brother john.
b) that is my parrot.
On telephone call.
Hello,’ this is David here.
I am is insignificantly more formal than This is and is more likely to be used when the caller is a stranger to the other person.