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Kore, Sore, Are, Dore

これ、それ、あれ、どれ Kore, sore, are, dore "Kore" means "this"  "Sore" means "that" "Are" means "that" as in "that over there" Don't get this confused with "sore"! "Dore" means "which" as in "which one?" or "which do you like?". For more detail explanation visit this website where I found the information.
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