Determiners

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Determiners
1-Determiners only with uncountable nouns:
This, that, some, any, much, more, most, enough, other, the other, such, little, a little, less, least, all, all of the, alot of, a large amount of, no,

2-Determiners only with singular countable nouns:
This, that, one, any, some, every, each, either, neither, another.

3-Determiners only withplural countable nouns:
These, those, some, any, both, many, enough, more, most, other, the other, such, few, a few, fewer, fewest, several, all, all of the, a lot of, no

“The”precedes an uncountable or plural noun that names specific members of a category. “The” precedes a singular countable noun when the reader can identify the noun, usually because youhave mentioned it before, you identify it immediately after you mention it, it is the only one in existence (like the sun).
“A” or “an” precedes a singular count noun when the readercannot identify the noun, usually because the noun hasn't been mentioned previously.


Adjectives only with plural nouns
Various, divergent

Examples and excercises

Onlywith ncountable nouns
I need _____ money. (a few/a little)

You look drunk. You have drunk ______ beer. (too many/too much).

Only with singular countable nouns
There are two publiclibraries in the city, but ________ of them is located close to where I live. (neither/none)

We are going to move to _______ city. (another/other)

Only with plural countablenouns
I have not met ____ of your friends (some/any)

There were _____ birds in the park. (much/many)

Adjectives only with plural nouns
Mark and Gina have divergent opinions aboutabortion.

Chocolate is great for various reasons.Only with ncountable nouns
I need _____ money. (a few/a little)

You look drunk. You have drunk ______ beer. (too many/too much).
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