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This lesson is all about determiners. A determiner specifies a noun, telling us if it is known or unknown. They go before any adjectives the noun might have. The most common type of determiners are called articles. These are the words: the, a, or, an. For example, “A flower,” or, “The apple.” Demonstratives such as ‘this’ or ‘those’ are another type of determiner. For example, “This red hat,” or, “That shiny star.” Possessives are a third type of determiner. This is word such as ‘my’ or ‘your’. For example, “Our dog,” or, “Your lovely grandma.” Lastly, qualifiers are a type of determiner. This is word such as ‘some’ or ‘every’ so, “Some fruit,” or. “Every house.”
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Where do determiners go in a sentence.1) Before a noun and any adjectives it might have.2) Before a noun and but after adjectives it might have.3) After a noun and any adjectives it might have.4) At the end of a sentence.
What is the determiner in the sentence 'My dogs played together.'?1) My2) dogs3) played4) together
A determiner...1) specifies a noun.2) is a describing word.3) is an action word.4) links words together.
What is the determiner in the sentence 'Kai went for a walk.'?1) a2) Kai3) for4) went
What is the determiner in the sentence 'Let's go to the park.'?1) the2) Let's3) go4) to
Which of these is a qualifier?1) some2) my3) your4) the
What is the determiner in the sentence 'Please eat your vegetables.'?1) your2) Please3) eat4) vegetables
Which of these is not an article?1) it2) the3) a4) an
Which of these is a possessive?1) my2) the3) a4) an
What is the determiner in the sentence 'We will get some crayons.'?1) some2) we3) will4) get
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