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PRONOUNS demonstratives A2 USE: 'THIS', NOW
Can use 'this' as a pronoun to refer to something that is happening now.
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PRONOUNS demonstratives A2 FORM: 'THAT'
Can use 'that' as a pronoun with singular reference.
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PRONOUNS demonstratives A2 USE: 'THAT', ALREADY MENTIONED
Can use 'that' as a pronoun to refer back to something which has already been mentioned.
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PRONOUNS demonstratives A2 FORM/USE: RESPONSE TOKENS WITH 'THAT'S'
Can use 'that's' + adjective to respond to something.
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PRONOUNS demonstratives A2 USE: CLOSING
Can use 'that's all' to end a letter.
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PRONOUNS demonstratives B1 USE: 'THIS', ALREADY MENTIONED
Can use 'this' as a pronoun to refer back to whole clauses or sentences, especially to highlight or continue an important topic.
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PRONOUNS demonstratives B1 FORM: 'THESE'
Can use 'these' as a pronoun with plural reference. ► noun phrases
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PRONOUNS demonstratives B1 USE: 'THESE', ALREADY MENTIONED
Can use 'these' as a pronoun to refer to something with immediate relevance which has already been mentioned. ► noun phrases ► pronouns: demonstrative
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PRONOUNS demonstratives B1 FORM: 'THOSE'
Can use 'those' as a pronoun with plural reference. ► noun phrases
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PRONOUNS demonstratives B1 USE: 'THOSE', ALREADY MENTIONED
Can use 'those' as a pronoun to refer to things which have already been mentioned. ► noun phrases
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PRONOUNS demonstratives B1 FORM: MODIFYING
Can use quantifying determiners + 'of' with demonstrative pronouns ► determiners: demonstrative
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PRONOUNS demonstratives B1 FORM/USE: 'THIS ONE', 'THAT ONE' SUBSTITUTION
Can use 'this one', 'that one' as a substitute for countable singular nouns that have previously been mentioned.
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PRONOUNS demonstratives B2 FORM/USE: 'THESE ONES', 'THOSE ONES' SUBSTITUTION
Can use 'these ones', 'those ones' as a substitute for plural countable nouns that have previously been mentioned.
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PRONOUNS demonstratives B2 FORM/USE: 'THOSE', SUBSTITUTION
Can use 'those' as a substitute, followed by a relative clause or '-ed' or '-ing'.
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PRONOUNS demonstratives C1 FORM: 'THAT OF', 'THOSE OF'
Can use 'that of' and 'those of' as a possessive form, in formal and professional contexts.
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PRONOUNS quantity A2 FORM: 'SOME' AND 'ANY'
Can use pronouns 'some' and 'any', to refer to quantity.
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PRONOUNS quantity A2 FORM: 'SOME' AS SUBJECT AND OBJECT
Can use 'some' as a subject and object to refer back to a plural or uncountable noun.
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PRONOUNS quantity A2 FORM: 'ANY' AS OBJECT
Can use 'any' as an object in a negative clause to refer back to a plural or uncountable noun.
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PRONOUNS quantity A2 FORM: WITH 'OF' + OBJECT PRONOUN
Can use a limited range of pronouns ('all', 'both') with 'of' followed by an object pronoun, to refer to quantity.
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PRONOUNS quantity B1 FORM: SUBJECT AND OBJECT PRONOUNS, 'BOTH', 'A FEW', 'ANOTHER'
Can use 'both', 'a few', 'another' as subject and object pronouns.
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