159 - In Table 1, demonstrative pronouns are identical to...

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Demonstrative adjectives are placed in front of a noun to indicate the proximity of the noun to the  speaker. A  demonstrative pronoun  is used to replace a noun if the noun is understood. In English,  it is common to say “this one” or “these ones.” Technically, the word “this” or “these” should be used  alone to replace a noun, and the word “one(s)” is unnecessary and incorrect. In Spanish, the  appropriate demonstrative pronoun is used alone to replace a noun. 
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Unformatted text preview: In Table 1, demonstrative pronouns are identical to the demonstrative adjectives. However, you may see an accent on the stressed syllable to distinguish the demonstrative pronoun from the demonstrative adjective. The accents are optional for the demonstrative pronouns. Table 1. Demonstrative Pronouns Singular Masculine Feminine Plural Masculine Feminine this ste sta these stos stas that se sa those sos sas that (way over there) aqul aqulla those (way over there) aqullos aqullas...
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course SPAN 101 taught by Professor Oliveros during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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