Determiners

Determiners are words which come before a noun or a noun phrase. They are:

  • Articles (a, an, the)

Carla is reading a book, and then she’s going to write an essay.

Paul’s already read the book.

  • Demonstratives (this, that, these, those)

I wrote a letter this morning.

That book is great!

These cars drive too fast.

Those houses are not far from the sea cost.

  • Possessives (my, your, his, its, her, our, their)

Is that your car?

Lucy never shows her feelings.

Our garden is always full of flowers.

  • Interrogatives (whose, which…)

Whose books are these?

Which coat is yours?

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