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Demonstrative Pronouns.


Demonstrative Pronouns are used either adjectively or substantively.

1. As adjectives, they follow the rules for the agreement of adjectives and are called Adjective Pronouns or Pronominal Adjectives (§§ 286, 287): -

2. As substantives, they are equivalent to personal pronouns. This use is regular in the oblique cases, especially of is: -

a. An adjective pronoun usually agrees with an appositive or predicate noun, if there be one, rather than with the word to which it refers (cf. § 306): -