A pronoun takes the place of a noun in a sentence, so, rather than saying “Emily,” we might say “her.”
First, THEM: a personal pronoun referring to a group of people or objects. “Move them off the table so we can eat, please,” is one example.
THEM THERE EYES (although more casual than formal) is another:
Second, THAT: a demonstrative pronoun that demonstrates or indicates. I always think of these pronouns as fingers pointing our eyes to something specific. “That‘s a horrible tie you’re wearing,” is one possibility.
THAT’S A PLENTY (again, more casual than formal) is another, full of delicious thrilling mutant sounds:
(It may strike some as ego-display, but I love the woman — who’s a fixture on Sunday nights — passing the Bucket, who says to me at :08, “Oh, great, you’re taping this. That’s awesome!” Thank you, dear lady, wherever you are.)
The grammar lesson is concluded. Those who wish to correct my grammar are kindly requested to line up at the outer door marked JAZZ LIVES and wait patiently until it opens. Bring something to read.
And by the way, this magical music took place on Sunday night, January 25, 2015, at The Ear Inn, the home of happy sounds in Soho, 326 Spring Street, New York City. The heroic participants are Jon-Erik Kellso, trumpet; Scott Robinson, bass saxophone; Matt Munisteri, guitar; Attila Korb, trombone.
Bless Them; That music is spectacular, isn’t it?
May your happiness increase!