anonymous
  • anonymous
Which word is the demonstrative pronoun in this sentence? This isn't what we expected, don't you agree? A. we B. this C. what D. you
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chestercat
  • chestercat
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baewolfstar
  • baewolfstar
Demonstrative pronouns are the same pronouns used for demonstrative adjectives - this, that, these and those. The difference is in the sentence structure. The demonstrative pronoun takes the place of the noun phrase. The demonstrative adjective is always followed by a noun. So knowing this what do you think the answer is? cx

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