A determiner can be used to narrow the reference of a noun. They appear at the end of a noun phrase, after any normal suffixes. They do not move the stress of the noun, and can only receive up to secondary stress themselves.
These are used to answer ”how many?”
There are two sets of determiners that are both used to select a part from the whole. One group is used with count nouns, the other with mass nouns.
These refer to particular members of a group.
These refer to sections of a substance.
These mark the degree to which the noun matches its referent.