Determiner is a word used to qualify a noun. Determiner is a word that comes before a noun to show how a noun is identified or qualified. Determiners can be used before a noun, used like an adjective, or function as a pronoun in a sentence.
It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you determiners.
It clearly explains the different types of determiners. They are the articles, demonstratives, possessives, quantifiers and numerals.
It analyzes the different types of articles. They are the definite article (the) and the indefinite article (a, an). It throws light on the correct use of articles.
It appraises the demonstratives. It sheds light on the correct use of demonstratives (this, these, that, those).
It evaluates the possessives. It casts light on the correct use of possessives (my, your, his, her, our, their).
It examines the quantifiers. It highlights the correct use of qualifiers (many, several, every, much, more, each, only, no, none, all, either, or, neither, nor, a few, few, a little, little, some).
It identifies the numerals. It points out the correct use of numerals (one, two, five, first, second, tenth).
It highlights the common mistakes in the use of determiners. It throws light on how to use determiners correctly.
And it contains many crucial questions designed to enable you master how to use determiners correctly.