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When the speaker is nearer to the thing than the listener, or when the speaker is as near as the listener, これ is used. When the listener is nearer than the speaker, or when only the listener is having experience of the thing, それ is used. Neither is near, あれ is used. Even if both the speaker and the listener are near to the thing, the speaker can't use これ ...



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