Category:English compound determinatives

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Here are words that are compounds of the determiners: any, every, no, and some and the nominals: body, one, place, thing, and where. Some of their grammatical characteristics derive from each part. Some are often classified as pronouns, but they do not have the deictic and anaphoric functions of true pronouns.


Recent additions to the category
  1. anyone
  2. everyplace
  3. noplace
  4. anyplace
  5. someplace
  6. nothing
  7. anything
  8. somewhere
  9. nowhere
  10. no one
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  1. someplace
  2. anyplace
  3. everyplace
  4. noplace
  5. everybody
  6. someone
  7. nobody
  8. no one
  9. nothing
  10. anything

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English determinatives composed of two or more stems.

Pages in category "English compound determinatives"

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