what are determiners
Determiners determine something about the noun(s) they modify. These are basically of six types:
Articles: "An elephant". (Here, an is acting as an indefinite article, which means we are talking about any elephant not a particular elephant).
Possessive Nouns: Ramesh's house is blue in colour". (Here, we are specifically talking about Ramesh's house not any other house).
Possessive Adjectives: My car is the best in town. (Here, my, which is a possessive adjective, is modifying the noun i.e., car).
Adjectives of Quantity: Sonu has many cars. (Here, many, which is the adjective of quantity, is modifying the noun i.e., cars).
Adjectives of Number: Fifty athletes turned up for the event. (Here, fifty, which is the adjective of number, is modifying the noun i.e., athletes).
Demonstrative Adjectives: This chicken is the best I have ever had. (Here, this, which is the demonstrative adjective, is modifying the noun i.e., chicken).