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Re: specifier

honestly i have a grammar exam in the next three days but as an Arab student
English is considered as a third language and not the first in my country and if i had to say a student who learns in the collage they expect us to know this terms by ourselves and i couldn't find any appropriate explanation on the internet so i had some problems studying without knowing what do these terms describe and what are their position in the phrase structure in English.

im really thankful that you answered my question .

Re: specifier

I understand.

Please remember that we don't use the term 'specifier' much nowadays. It is out-of-date and has been replaced by the word determiner.