Determiners

There is no content available!

To Access the full content, Please Purchase

  • Q1

    I am ________ English teacher.

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    an

    Explanation:

    The determiner ‘an’ is used with a singular countable noun that follows an adjective starting with a vowel sound. For example, an easy question.

    View Answer
  • Q2

    Ram saw ______ shooting star yesterday.

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    a

    Explanation:

    ‘A’ is used when the noun referred to for the first time begins with a consonant sound. These nouns are all singular countable nouns.

    View Answer
  • Q3

    ‘This is my bottle’. With the help of a possessive pronoun we can rewrite the same sentence as

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    This bottle is mine.

    Explanation:

    A possessive pronoun (mine) is a word that shows that a certain thing or person belongs to somebody. It is placed after the nouns they refer to.

    View Answer
  • Q4

    The sentence that is using a determiner correctly is:

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.

    Explanation:

    ‘A little’ conveys the idea of a small amount (but not very less) of uncountable noun. 'Few' is used for countable nouns.

    View Answer
  • Q5

    The sentence that is using a determiner correctly is:

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    There are few buyers for the used car.

    Explanation:

    Few donate quantity, scarcity or lack. It is almost negative in meaning. (-there are almost no buyers). It is used before plural countable nouns.

    View Answer