Determiner

Determiner: Determiner includes Article, Possessive, Demonstrative, and Adjective

i) Article:   a) Indefinite: a and an b) Definite: the

ii) Possessive: my, your, our, his, her, their, its

(Note: All possessive pronouns come before noun. Example; My pen, our house, their land, its colour etc.)

iii) Demonstrative: this, that, these and those

iv) Adjective: Adjective is classified in various parts. Such as; a) Adjective of quality, b) Adjective of quantity or quantifier, c) Adjective of number d) Distributive adjective and e) pronominal adjective.

a) Adjective of quality: good, bad, honest, dishonest etc. (Note: Adjective of quality does not work as determiner but it works as modifier)

b) Adjective of quantity: some, many, much, little, few, huge, full, half etc.

c) Adjective of number or Numeral Adjective: It is classified in different parts.

i) Ordinal number: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th

ii) Cardinal number: one, two, three etc.

iii) Multiplicative number: once, twice, thrice etc.

iv) Collective number: pair, dozen etc.

v) Ranking number: primary, secondary and tertiary.

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