what is the difference between demonstrative and distributive pronouns?

Demonstrative pronouns: These represent a thing or things. This and these to indicate near in distance or time and that or those to indicate far in distance or time.

Distributive pronouns: Each, either and neither are called distributive pronouns because they refer to persons or things one at a time. A distributive pronoun is always singular and should be followed by a singular noun and verb.

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