Tagged: determiners

Determiners

Determiners are words like a, my, this, those, each, either, some, few, all and both. They come at the beginning of noun phrases, but they are not adjectives. a new book every week some rice enough trouble my mother English grammar recognises two main groups of determiners – Group...

All vs. Whole

All and whole have similar meanings. They can both be used with singular nouns to mean complete. The word order is different. He lived all his life in Africa. OR He lived all of...

Determiners

Determiners are words like a, my, this, that, some, all, both, either, every, enough and several. They come at the beginning of noun phrases, but they are not adjectives. There are two main groups...