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this

This vs Hear - What's the difference?

this | hear |


As a determiner this

is .

As a verb hear is

(label) to perceive sounds through the ear.

This vs And - What's the difference?

this | and |


As a determiner this

is .

As a proper noun and is

.

Is vs This - What's the difference?

is | this |


As nouns the difference between is and this

is that is is plural of lang=en while this is something being indicated that is here; one of these.

As a verb is

is third-person singular of be.

As a determiner this is

the (thing) here used in indicating something or someone nearby.

As an adverb this is

to the degree or extent indicated.

As a pronoun this is

the thing, item, etc. being indicated.

As an interjection this is

Indicates the speaker's strong approval or agreement with the previous material.

This vs Its - What's the difference?

this | its |


As determiners the difference between this and its

is that this is the (thing) here used in indicating something or someone nearby while its is belonging to it.

As pronouns the difference between this and its

is that this is the thing, item, etc. being indicated while its is the one (or ones) belonging to it.

As nouns the difference between this and its

is that this is something being indicated that is here; one of these while its is plural of lang=en.

As an adverb this

is to the degree or extent indicated.

As an interjection this

is Indicates the speaker's strong approval or agreement with the previous material.

As an initialism ITS is

initialism of lang=en.

Which vs This - What's the difference?

which | this |


As determiners the difference between which and this

is that which is what, of those mentioned or implied (used interrogatively) while this is the (thing) here used in indicating something or someone nearby.

As pronouns the difference between which and this

is that which is who; whom; what (of those mentioned or implied) while this is the thing, item, etc. being indicated.

As nouns the difference between which and this

is that which is an occurrence of the word which while this is something being indicated that is here; one of these.

As an adverb this is

to the degree or extent indicated.

As an interjection this is

Indicates the speaker's strong approval or agreement with the previous material.

This vs Khis - What's the difference?

this | khis |


As a determiner this

is .

As a noun khis is

.

This vs Thish - What's the difference?

this | thish |


As nouns the difference between this and thish

is that this is something being indicated that is here; one of these while thish is A self-reference to the current issue of a periodical.

As a determiner this

is the (thing) here used in indicating something or someone nearby.

As an adverb this

is to the degree or extent indicated.

As a pronoun this

is the thing, item, etc. being indicated.

As an interjection this

is Indicates the speaker's strong approval or agreement with the previous material.

This vs Thas - What's the difference?

this | thas |


As a determiner this

is .

As a verb thas is

.

This vs Chis - What's the difference?

this | chis |


As a determiner this

is .

As a noun chis is

.

This vs Thim - What's the difference?

this | thim |


As a determiner this

is .

As a pronoun thim is

.

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