Noun Phrases Cheat Sheet

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Determiners
Articles:
Definite
Indefinite
Demonstratives:
the
a/an
Singular
Plural
Possessive Pronouns:
Numbers:
Singular
my
your
his/her/its
Cardinal
one, two, three
Plural
our
your
their
this/that
these/those
(Ordinal)
(first, second third)
Pre-articles: (called Pre-Determiners by Q, G, S, & L)
all (of)
both (of)
some (of)
(a) little (of)
a good deal of
an item of
a lot of
neither (of)
none (of)
a pound of
several (of)
a small quantity of
any (of)
a bowl of
either (of)
(a) few (of)
half (of)
a jar of
many (of)
no
plenty (of)
a quart of
a slice of
each (of)
every
(each and every are often classified as adjectives; some grammarians call them “semi-adjectives”)
once (a, every, each)
twice (a, every, each)
three times (a, every, each)
a third (of)
two-thirds (of)
three-fifths (of)
Post-Noun Modifiers
all, both, each
Genitive Nouns
Technically speaking, Genitive Nouns are not determiners; because they act like possessive
pronouns, however, which are determiners, we include them here.
John’s book
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