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Note that "your" is used both for the singular and plural possessive.
3. When you are mentioning people or things for the first time, or talking about them generally without saying exactly which ones you mean, you use a general determiner.
There was a man in the lift.
We went to an art exhibition.
You can stop at any time you like.
There were several reasons for this.
The general determiners are:
4. Each general determiner is used with particular types of noun. You use some general determiners with:
I got a postcard from Susan.
Any big tin container will do.
He opened another shop last month.
There were few doctors available.
He spoke many different languages.
Several projects had to be postponed.
There was little applause.
We need more information.
He did not speak much English.
WARNING: The following general determiners can never be used with uncount nouns.
5. Most of the determiners are also pronouns, except "the", "a", "an", "every", "no" and the possessives.
I saw several in the woods last night.
Have you got any that I could borrow?
There is enough for all of us.
You use "one" as a pronoun instead of "a" or "an", "none" instead of "no", and "each" instead of "every"
Have you got one?
There are none left.
Each has a separate box and number.