Strong Neuter Demonstratives
Neuter demonstratives are very similar to Masculine demonstratives, differing in only two respects. The demonstrative pronoun for the nominative and accusative singular is þæt instead of se and þone. The Strong Neuter plural demonstratives are identical to the Strong Masculine plural demonstratives.
|Strong Neuter Demonstratives|
While demonstratives are not a perfect way of telling which gender a noun is due to the amount of overlap between categories, a noun and all its modifiers, including demonstrative pronouns, always share the same case, gender and number. This is called case harmony and means that demonstratives are a good way of figuring out the case a noun is in.
You can practice strong neuter demonstratives below.