Quantitative adjectives

Words which refer to indefinite quantities, or to definite but unknown people and objects, are called determiners. There are two types of determiners: quantitative adjectives and distributive adjectives.

Notes

Quantitative determiners come before a noun to indicate its amount or quantity.

They answer the questions "how much?" or "how many?"

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Quantitative adjectives - Video 1

Quantitative adjectives - Video 1

Some, any, little

Some, any, little

Quantitative adjectives - Video 2

Quantitative adjectives - Video 2

Few, only a few, quite a few

Few, only a few, quite a few

Quantitative adjectives - Video 3

Quantitative adjectives - Video 3

A lot of, lots of, quite a lot of, many

A lot of, lots of, quite a lot of, many

Very

Very

Too

Too

No

No

How much, how many

How much, how many