Distributive adjectives

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What are distributive adjectives?
Distributive adjectives are a type of detereminers, that is, words which refer to indefinite quantities, or to definite but unknown people and objects.

Distributive adjectives are normally used with singular nouns. They include all, every, each, both, either and neither.

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Distributive adjectives - Videos with examples

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"ALL MY FRIENDS AND I GO TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY.

THIS YEAR WE HAVE A NEW TABLET EACH.

MY FRIEND LISA GOES TO ANOTHER SCHOOL. BOTH OF US+ PLAY TENNIS."

"All" and "All of": definition, use, examples

"All" and "All of": definition, use, examples

How to use "Another", "Some more" and "Other"

How to use "Another", "Some more" and "Other"

"Every": use and examples

"Every": use and examples

Difference between "Each" and "Every"

Difference between "Each" and "Every"

"Both" and "Both of": use and examples

"Both" and "Both of": use and examples

Difference between "Both" and "Either"

Difference between "Both" and "Either"

"Neither" and "Neither of": use and examples

"Neither" and "Neither of": use and examples