- The book
- Five dogs
- His son
- Some students
Types of Determiners
Indefinite Articles (a, an): When we are talking about general things, we need to use indefinite articles. An article "a" is used before words that starts with consonants sounds, while ‘an’ is used before words starting with vowel sounds (a, e, i, o, u).
- An orange would be eaten.
- It is an interesting story.
- The capital of United States is Washington.
- The sun is very hot.
- I want this piece of chicken.
- This movie is boring.
Quantifier: A quantifier is used before noun to tell us the quantity and degree of the object.
- She liked all books equally.
- He played a lot of sport.
Cardinal: A number like 1, 2, 3 that represents amount, rather than position in a list.
- She ordered one cake.
- She has four brothers.
- I have ten dollars.
- She took 1st position in her examination.
- Ram won 2nd position in javelin throw.
- Any looks like her mother.
- Alice is my best friend.
- Our party was delayed.
- Where is your pen?
|My presents cannot be very material or solid||My- Possessive determiner|
|Do you remember how fascinated you were when you first read the story of Joan of Arc, and how your ambition was to be something like her?||You- Possessive determiner, first- Ordinal number|
|One little test I shall ask you to apply whenever you are in doubt.||One - Cardinal number|
|A letter can hardly take the place of a talk.||A- Indefinite Article|