Definition: Demonstrative pronouns have the same function and decline the same way as definite articles.They correspond to English pronouns such as :
The pronouns dieser and jener are inflected in the same way. In German, the demonstrative adjectives (der, die, das), and (dieser, diese, dieses) with the noun dropped are used as demonstrative pronouns with the exception that the dative plural of the first group, der, as a pronoun becomes denen. The demonstrative pronouns followed by hier ("here") and da or dort (both meaning "there") are used to indicate "this" (near the speaker) and "that" (away from the speaker).
Demonstrative Pronoun Jener
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