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Determiners

A Determiner is a specific word that appears before a noun or noun phrase. It not only specifies quantity but also clarifies what the noun refers to. It helps to identify whether the noun or noun phrase is specific or general.

Types of Determiners
Articles
   a, an, the
Demonstratives
   this, that, these, those
Pronouns & Possessive Determiners
   my, your, his, her, its, our, their
Possessive Nouns
   dog’s, bird’s, man’s, child’s, school’s etc.
Distributives
   all, both, half, either, neither, each, every
Numbers
   ten, twenty, sixty etc.
Pre-determiners
   rather, such, what, quite


also see

TENSES AS SOON AS / NO SOONER…THAN
DIRECT-INDIRECT SPEECH QUESTION TAG
MODAL AUXILIARIES Types of NOUNS
SO…THAT / TOO…TO Types of PRONOUNS
EXCLAMATORY / ASSERTIVE Types of ADJECTIVES
TOO / ENOUGH Types OF VERBS
UNLESS / IF…NOT IN SPITE OF / DESPITE
SO / BECAUSE USING ‘ALMOST’
COLLOCATIONS
MOOD


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