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Limiting Adjectives (Determiners) Part 2

General determiners We use a general/indefinite determiner when we are talking about things in general (not unique or differentiable) and the listener/reader does not know exactly what we are referring to. The general determiners are: zero (no determiner), a/an, any, all, another, other No determiner We use no determiner with non-specific plural nouns, non-count nouns and nouns unique by default:

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