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I'm a little confused about German grammar, the demonstratives to be specific (this, that, these, those). Does the demonstrative pronoun have to match the subject being described?

Example:
Would This woman be Diese Frau?

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    Can be found with a Google search. There is no particular question here. – Dustin Apr 13 '14 at 6:06
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It's actually quite straightforward:

  • this = dieser/diese/dieses
  • that = jener/jene/jenes
  • these = diese
  • those = jene

So you are correct, "this woman" is "diese Frau".

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