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By Judy M. Penn, Elizabeth Hanson

Designed for English Language freshmen who're coming into the health-care box or getting ready for college-level technological know-how classes, this new textual content presents an advent to simple anatomy and body structure.

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When both the speaker and listener know what is being talked about, even if it has not been mentioned before. ' 3. in sentences or clauses where we define or identify a particular person or object: Examples: The man who wrote this book is famous. ' 'The red one. ' 4. to refer to objects we regard as unique: Examples: the sun, the moon, the world 5. before superlatives and ordinal numbers: (see Adjectives) Examples: the highest building, the first page, the last chapter. 6. with adjectives, to refer to a whole group of people: Examples: the Japanese (see Nouns - Nationalities), the old 7.

Classes of Determiners There are several classes of determiners: Definite and Indefinite articles the, a, an Demonstratives this, that, these, those Possessives my, your, his, her, its, our, their Quantifiers a few, a little, much, many, a lot of, most, some, any, enough, etc. Numbers one, ten, thirty, etc. Distributives all, both, half, either, neither, each, every Difference words other, another Question words Which, what, whose Defining words which, whose The following words are pre-determiners.

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