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Demonstrative Pronouns

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Breaking Down The Barrier
“Yup'ik has a lot of demonstrative pronouns,” Rearden explains. “In English there are two sets, but in Yup'ik there are 30. Can you imagine?
Are 'fish,' 'oil' uncountable nouns?
In “The Grammar Bible,” Michael Strumpf and Auriel Douglas explain the purpose of these adjectives: "Demonstrative pronouns may also function as adjectives to modify nouns.
Grammar Police tackle a vicious circle/cycle
More than 90 percent of the demonstrative and relative pronouns point to vague or missing antecedents. Most often, the attempted reference is to a vague verb phrase instead of to a noun.
Me, Myself, I, and Yourselves Too
What with the creep toward using I, he, etc.
Lexicon Valley: The Key to Sarah Palin's Appeal? Pronouns.
This, that, these, and those—the so-called demonstrative pronouns in English—seem innocent enough. They're most commonly used to indicate a particular object or person in the physical world, as opposed to some other, perhaps similar, object or person.

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