These pages explain the grammar and usage of determiners, with example sentences.
These are the main determiners. There can be only ONE main determiner in a noun phrase (for more about this, see order of determiners):
my, your, his, her, its, our, their
Pre-Determiners and Post-Determiners
Pre-determiners come before main determiners and post-determiners come after main determiners. (For how many and where, see order of determiners.)
all, every, most, many, much, some, few, little, any, no...
cardinal and ordinal numbers
whose, what, which
More about Determiners
When we don't need a determiner
Order of Determiners
Determiners go at the front of a noun phrase, but which determiners go in what order?
Determiners versus Pronouns
How not to confuse determiners with pronouns
How well do you really understand determiners?