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Demonstrative Adverbs

"Here" or "there" are often used in addition to "this", "that", "these", or "those". "This" and "these" are used with "here" to indicate that something is close to the speaker. "That" and "those" are used with "there" to indicate that something is away from the speaker. Oftentimes "there" is used as "over there" to further explain that the object they are referring to is far away from the speaker.

Demonstrative Adverbs: Here or There

  • This cup here is mine.
  • I designed this building here.
  • These kids here are in a lot of trouble.
  • Please clean up these toys here.
  • That car over there has not been moved in over a month.
  • Could you bring me that book over there?
  • Those people over there are having a party.
  • I wish those people over therewould calm down.

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