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This and that in Italian; Italian grammar rules

How to say, that, this, these and those in Italian

How about little Italian grammar rules? Let’s discover This and that in Italian.

They are called demonstrative

That

That indicates a person or thing far away in space from the speaker.
It can be an adjective or pronoun.

While in English we have this both for male and female form in Italian they are different
In Italian we have…

This

This indicates an object or person close to the speaker.
It can be an adjective or pronoun.

While in English we have this both for male and female form in Italian they are different
In Italian we have…

These and Those

Here are all the forms to the singular, plural, female, and male because in Italian genders and numbers are different and use different determinant articles!

Here the plural forms

Adjective form and pronoun

Do you know the difference between adjectives and pronouns?

  • The adjective is always accompanied by a name
  • The pronoun replaces it.

This, that, these and those could be used in both cases

Here are two easy examples

And now watch the video

Do you want to get clearer ideas?

Watch this simple explanation in the video and everything will be clear to you!

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