A1 - The Demonstratives in Spanish - This that those etc
This, that, these and those are called demonstrative adjectives or pronouns.
In this lesson we are going to learn how to use them in Spanish.
In Spanish there is an extra category which does not exist in English for very far away which is "Aquel" and "Aquello".
The "far away" can be far away in distance or in time
That night (a while ago) = "aquella noche"
Before you do the flashcards study the table below.
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|That (over there)
|Those (over there)
Note: It is also possible to use demonstratives where the gender is neutral.
- You don’t know what the gender is.
- The gender is not important.
- Speaking about an abstract idea
In reality you only need to know esto eso, or aquello when using the neutral demonstratives.
Examples are: ¿Qué es esto? - What is this? ¡Eso es! - That's it!
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