What is a demonstrative adjective?
A demonstrative adjective is used to directly indicate any person or thing, whether it is singular or plural. There are four demonstrative adjective words that, those, this, and these, respectively.
Examples of Demonstrative Adjectives in Sentences
- Please give me this ball pen to write something.
- He wants those skating shoes for practice.
- She accepts her fault at that moment.
- We are not going to tolerate this kind of behavior again.
- Your father wants you to become a hero like those heroes.
- These flowers smell adorable.
- That incident was unforgettable for me.
- I don’t want to sleep with these people.
- I’m so grateful for all that you’ve done.
- This place is better than that one.
- My dream came true by visiting this place.
- That house was looking good in appearance.
- Please forgive me for that incident.
- I am accepting that I was wrong at that moment.
- This pen has a beautiful writing experience.
- Why were you following that person last night?
- This dress looks so pretty on you.
- This room is not hygienic for our health.
- She made some delicious cookies for these poor children.
- The peace that this hut is providing to us is always better than that house.
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