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Who is she?

A: Vicky! How are you doing?

B: Great! How about you? How’s it going?

A: Pretty good. So, how do you like the party?

B: It’s fun. Hey, who is she?

A: She? Who?

B: Who is the tall woman?

A: The woman wearing red?

B: Yeah, her.

A: That is our math teacher. She IS tall, isn't she?

1. "That is our math teacher."

In this example from the dialogue, Vicky had asked Mike who the woman in red was.
Mike's answer was "That is our math teacher." We use the phrase "that is" to refer to
the "who is?" in Vicky's question. In this case, that refers to their new math teacher. So,
Mike answers "That is our math teacher."

Sample Sentences

1. "Who is the handsome man?" > "That is my boyfriend."


2. "Who is that in the black suit?" > "That is our new boss."

1. "That is our math teacher."

In this example from the dialogue, Vicky had asked Mike who the woman in red was.
Mike's answer was "That is our math teacher." We use the phrase "that is" to refer to
the "who is?" in Vicky's question. In this case, that refers to their new math teacher. So,
Mike answers "That is our math teacher."

Sample Sentences

1. "Who is the handsome man?" > "That is my boyfriend."


2. "Who is that in the black suit?" > "That is our new boss."