Reference Notes


You can make your communication more ‘SPECIFIC’ by framing –

 ‘a Perfect Noun Piece’

That specifies – ‘EXACTLY  Who or What – you are talking about’


Examples

 Who/What exactly are you talking about?

Use the correct Determiner

   

Any one doctor?

A doctor

A particular doctor?

The doctor

Doctors in general?

Doctors

How many doctors are you talking about?

Four doctors

 

Some doctors

 

Most doctors

 

All doctors

 

Every doctor

   

Which doctor/s?

Add a Pronoun, if required (to be more specific)

   
 

That doctor

 

Those doctors

 

This doctor

 

These doctors

 

Our doctor

   

Who exactly?

Add an adjective, if required (to be more specific)

   
 

Indian doctors

 

A new doctor

 

The old doctor

 

Four fake doctors

 

Some honest doctors

 

Our family doctor

   

Can you be more specific?

Add an adverb, if required (to be more specific)

   
 

Most Indian doctors

 

Only Indian doctors

 

A completely new doctor

 

Some really honest doctors

 

Almost every doctor

   

Do you need to be even more specific?

Add a relative pronoun + sentence 2 with more information

   
 

All Indian doctors, who get paid well,

 

A completely new doctor, who hasn’t had any experience yet,

 

Some really honest doctors, who don’t care about the money,

 

Almost every doctor, who loves his/her work,