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2015-09-17T13:18:34+08:00

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Demonstrative pronoun THIS is used when the speaker is referring to singular noun near to him/her.

Demonstrative pronoun THESE is used when the speaker is referring to plural nouns near to him/her
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2015-09-17T14:43:21+08:00

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This is for referring singular noun or pronoun.
These is for referring to plural noun or pronoun. 
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to the subject
^. near the speaker, not "to the subject" because the subject referred to is not the speaker. Except when the sentences are "This is I, or These are we" where I and we are subject pronouns, but these sentences could be improved :-)I was addressing my question to Awesomehelper to guide becaius his answers is incomplete. The question is "Paano ginagamit..." :-)
Subject is the one who is talking about in a sentence, while the speaker speaks the certain sentence, phrase, etc.
okay sorry about that
It is okay, everyone makes mistakes ^_________^ even @momgie and @me