English grammar rule Kind of a

Determiners are usually required to accompany a single countable noun. Several types of determiners exist: articles (a, an, or the), possessive adjectives (my, his, our), possessive nouns (Jimmy’s, father’s), and quantifiers (each, every).

Examples of 'Kind of a' rule

  1. Incorrect I put pot on stove.
    Correct I put the pot on the stove.
    Correct I put a pot on the stove.
    Correct I found Julia’s book and put it on her desk
    Incorrect Ms. Jackson, school nurse, came to my classroom.
    Correct Ms. Jackson, the school nurse, came to my classroom.
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