In this lesson, we will look at determiners in detail.
Definite article : the
Indefinite article : a, an
Possessive adjectives : my, his , her , your
Demonstratives : this, that, these, those
Quantifiers : every, some, any, each, both, either, neither, all, no, enough
Numbers ; one, two, three….
This laptop is mine.
This bridge was built in 1973.
This is Jane.
We are moving to the USA this Saturday. / Bu cumartesi ..
That girl is my sister.
I like the film called “ The Brave One “ . That is brilliant.
I like these flowers.
These days, our school teachers give a lot of homework.
These cakes are really delicious.
Why don’t you clean those Windows ?
Those tapes are really old.
Are those girls over there in your class?
Both Jane and Pamela are models.
Both of them are footballers.
(They are both footballers.)
All the players were there.
All of them came.
All that he did was wrong.
Either Jane or Pam will help us.
I will eat either of these cakes.
Neither of them speak(s) English.
Neither of the boys like soccer.
I swim every day.
I have to help my dad every two days.
Are there any students in the class ?
None of them know(s) that I like pizza.
“ each “
One by one
Each student was introduced by the class teacher.
Each of the players was given certificate.
Each of the candidates.
“One / ones “
A: Which student do you mean ?
B: This one
“ a lot of “
There are a lot of students in this class.
A lot of people voted in the election.
There is a lot of sugar in my cup.
Are there many students in that class ?
There are not many pizzas left.
“ Much “
There isn’t much sugar in my tea.
Do you have much time ?
“ Both ….and .
Both Janet and I like pizza.
Neither George nor Jane is coming to the party tonight.
“ either ..or “
Either John or GAreeth will help us.
“Not only …but also”
Not only John but also jane are willing to help us today.