Demonstrative pronouns are words that replace nouns and identify something specific. Demonstrative pronouns can only be used when they are preceded with an antecedent
1. This is my mother’s sweet home.
2. That looks like fox.
3. These are nice flowers but smell bad.
4. Those are wild animals and very dangerous.
5. This is my school where I come daily to learn.
6. That is not a playground but kids play.
7. These are my favorite dishes.
8. Those are mine clothes.