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Limiting Adjectives (Determiners) Part 3

Ordinal/ Sequence Determiners Ordinal: the first choice, second bus from the last, third row, the last piece Sequencers: the next show; the previous chapter; the subsequent orders Numeral/Partitive Determiners Numerals: two eggs, two dozen eggs, two kilo rice, two rows by three columns Partitive: three slices of cake; three-fourth of time; 20% of the eggs are broken; three-fourth of the fruits are of hybrid variety; I have given you three-fourths of the eggs; one-third of my life/career/youth/life; there is a quarter can of oil; half spoon of sugar; a quarter bowl of soup; half the staff Quantifiers for Count Nouns

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