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I'm still having trouble deciding if the answer should be this or that on the sentence below.
Let's exchange _______ bread for these crackers.
I know that this means close by and that means further away. But the way the sentence is worded it is confusing me.

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    Either that or this is correct. It depends on the context. However, if you must choose, the answer is probably "this" to be consistent with "these."

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