Below are some examples of sentences from classic literature using words classed as Determiners.
Determiners include words such as:
A/an, all, any, few, his/her/its, many, most, no, some, such, the, their, this/that, your.
A Determiner identifies one or more in a group, narrowing the group down (e.g. that cat) or widening it out (all cats, any cat). For example:
• “Let the child who broke her slate come forward!”
• Few children can eat when excited.
• At that moment the summons sounded for dinner.
• “There is no merit in such goodness.”