The grammar point here is about the ideas of all and none.
1. Every successful person knows you need a vision.
2. The two men became billionaires.
3. The two products didn’t sell at first.
4. Not one of these people graduated from college.
5. Success doesn’t come easily.
1. All successful people know you need a vision.
2. Both men became billionaires
3. Neither product sold at first.
4. None of them graduated from college.
5. No success comes easily.
All, none, both, neither, either, each, every
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Determiners are used to identify things in further detail. They are modifying words that determine the kind of reference a noun or noun group has.
· "Have you got any English books I could borrow?"
· "There is enough food to feed everyone."
· I don't teach online every day."
Note: a determiner is always followed by a noun.
These are all determiners:
· the articles : a / an / the
· demonstratives : this / that / these / those
· possessives ( possessive adjectives): my / your /his / her / its / our / your / their
"The dog barked at the boy."
"These apples are rotten."
"Their bus was late."
"Have you seen my keys?"
You use general determiners to talk about how much stuff or how many people or things you are talking about.
More general determiners are quantifiers: