ruby laser autonivel there Some of the determiners in the English language are: a, an, the, this, that, some, each, every, my, your…
The determiners below are used when speaking about a specific being. It is used only when the audience knows who or what is referred to.
The definite article : the
Possessives : my, your, his, its, our, their, whose
Demonstratives : this, that, these, those
How was the film?
These books are really good.
You can drive my car.
We use “which” when asking about a specific noun:
Which pen is yours? The red pen.
When speaking in general, or any noun, we use “a/an, any, some, every, a few, many, each, other”:
A book is the best friend.
Some people are more intelligent.
I go swimming every day.