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Pre-Determiners

Pre-determiners are words that come before another determiner to give us more information about the noun that follows. They usually come before the articles "a," "an," and "the." What are three categories of pre-determiners? More...
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Pre-Determiners
Pre-determiners are words that come before another determiner to give us more information about the noun that follows. They usually come before the articles "a," "an," and "the."
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Pre-determiners
Pre-determiners are words that come before another determiner to give us more information about the noun that follows. They usually come before the articles a/an and the. Pre-determiners can be multipliers, fractions, intensifiers, or the words both and all.
Multipliers
Multipliers are words and expressions that modify uncountable nouns and plural countable nouns by multiplying quantity. For example:
“I now earn double my previous wage.”
“For this recipe, we need three times the sugar.”
“This airplane holds twice the passengers as the other model.”
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