English grammer Determiners

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The aditya birla public school T opic G iven- Determiners G roup Members- Yash Kumar Sati G uidance By- Dev Karan Patel Sir (English Teacher)

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What is determiners ? D o You know what a determiners are? Well after seeing this slide you will be familiar with determiners…. Determiners :---- Determiners are the words which determines or decide something about the nouns they modify.

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D eterminers are of the 6 types :----- determiners Articles Possessive nouns Possessive of adjectives Demonstrative adjectives Adjectives of number Adjectives of quantities D iagram showing the types of adjectives :-----

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What is an article ? 1) An article is a word that is used for indicating whether a noun is specific or non-specific. 2) An article is present before a noun, it shows whether that noun is some general noun or some particular noun. Article Indefinite “a” “An” Definite “the” Used before non-specific or general nouns Used for pointing out specific or particular nouns

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A boy (Here, the presence of ‘a’ shows that some general/non-specific ‘boy’ is being talked about.) A n elephant (Here, the presence of ‘an’ shows that some general/non-specific ‘elephant’ is being talked about .) T he red car (Here, the presence of ‘the’ shows that some particular/specific ‘red car’ is being talked about.) Best example to describe articles

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What are possessive adjective? P ossessive adjectives , also known as possessive determiners , are a part of speech that modifies a noun and act as adjective or quality words. The possessive always refer to the possessor Best examples- 1)This is my house. (“my” is modifying “house”) 2)This is your account. (“your” is modifying “account”

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What are Possessive pronouns? The words mine, yours, ours ,hers, his and theirs are called possessive pronouns . T he act same as Possessive adjectives . But they come after the nouns unlike possessive adjectives which come before the noun. Ex- 1. This book is mine . 2. This house is yours .

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what are the adjectives of quantities ? Adjectives of quantity tell how much or how many . Some of tem are: Quantity words Their uses Examples Some In offers & to show small quantity Would you like some coffee? Any With questions & with hard, barely I haven’t got any money Much Uncountable noun Much work is to be done Many Plural noun Many things are left. Little scarcity There is little money left Few A small number A few members were absent

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Determiners cont.. Quantity words Uses Examples All Plural verb and pronoun All the boys were absent. Every Pronoun and adjective Every man knows his duties Both For two nouns Both of them won the prize Neither Not one and not the other Neither of them knows the answer Another Singular countable noun I have another cup of coffee most Nearly all of a group Most farmers are still hungry Other Plural nouns Other people must have thought like this

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What are adjectives of number Adjective of number means number is used before nouns to show its quantity Ex: There are ten students in row. Ex: Bring two chairs from there.

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What is demonstrative adjectives ? “This” (These – plural) and “That” (those – plural) are called as Demonstratives. They point to somebody or something . They tell us “ which one ”. They can be used both as adjectives and pronouns . Ex: 1. This is my pen (Pronoun) 2.This pen is mine.(adjective)

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Uses of demonstrative adjectives “That” (plural- those) is used to avoid the repetition of the preceding noun . Ex: My shirt is better than that of my mine. “This” (plural- these)refer to person(s) or thing(s) near the speaker. Ex : This book is very interesting. That (plural- those) refer to person or thing far from the speaker. Ex: Get that cat out of here.

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Sample exercise to test yourself Ques . 1> read this extract from a story. Fill in the blanks using correct determiners where necessary… I drove on the time machine without changing ______ lever. Atlast I stopped; ______ sun was red and very large and ____ huge reddish rock was there.______ time machine in which I sat, was standing on ____ sloping beach and I saw __ sea stretch to ___ horizon, but without any waves. No breath of winds stirred and I began to breathe very fast and felt _____ oppression in my head. I heard ___ harsh scream then I waked up and found that it was a dream

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answers Ques.1> Answers : The, The, A, T he, A, T he, The, An, A

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