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used to lớn refer to something that has been mentioned or was involved earlier, or lớn something that is already known about:

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We use it, this và that to lớn introduce further information about a topic already mentioned. However, the words have different uses. …
That is a very comtháng word in both writing và speaking. We use it as a determiner, a demonstrative sầu pronoun and a relative sầu pronoun. We also use it as a conjunction khổng lồ introduce that-clauses. …
We use that most commonly to lớn point khổng lồ a thing or person. We use it with singular nouns. The thing or person is often distant from the speaker & sometimes closer to lớn the listener, or not visible lớn either the speaker or listener: …
We use that to lớn introduce defining relative clauses. We can use that instead of who, whom or which to lớn refer to people, animals and things. That is more informal than who or which: …
This, that, these & those are demonstratives. We use this, that, these & those to point to lớn people và things. This and that are singular. These & those are plural. We use them as determiners & pronouns. …
used to introduce a clause that reports something or gives further information, although it can often be left out:
That is a very common word in both writing và speaking. We use it as a determiner, a demonstrative pronoun and a relative pronoun. We also use it as a conjunction to introduce that-clauses. …
We use that most commonly to lớn point lớn a thing or person. We use it with singular nouns. The thing or person is often distant from the speaker và sometimes closer to lớn the listener, or not visible to lớn either the speaker or listener: …

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We use that khổng lồ introduce defining relative clauses. We can use that instead of who, whom or which to refer to lớn people, animals & things. That is more informal than who or which: …
Verbs commonly followed by that include reporting verbs (say, tell, admit, etc.) và mental process verbs (believe sầu, think, know, hope, etc.): …
We use be + adjective sầu + that-clause to express opinions & feelings. Some adjectives commonly used in this way are sure, certain, right, important, afraid, pleased, sorry, surprised, worried. We can omit that with no change in meaning: …
We use a noun + that-clause to lớn express opinions & feelings, often about certainty and possibility. We also use that with reporting nouns. Some nouns commonly used in this way are belief, fact, hope, idea, possibility, suggestion, statement, clayên, bình luận, argument: …
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