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Vocabulary
ADJECTIVE
Types of Adjective Adjective of Quality Adjective of Quantity
Demonstrative Adjective Interrogative Adjective Possessive Adjective
Distributive Adjective Degrees of Comparison Formation of Adjective
DISTRIBUTIVE ADJECTIVES

An Adjective used to refer to each and every person / thing separately is called Distributive Adjective. i.e. Each, Every, either, neither, any, one, both etc.

Examples
Each boy was gives a chocolate.
Every nation is proud of its culture
Neither of them got majority.
Either of you can collect the prize.
I love any song that Sakira sings.
Choose the one you like.
Both of them are in the room.
More Examples of "EACH"
 
Take one pill with water after each meal.
Each of my old school friends live in different cities.
Investors each earn $10000 a month.
Each of us generates about 2 kilos of garbage a day.
More Examples of "EVERY"
 
She calls him every night.
She cooks for him every day.
He watches TV every day.
He takes a bath every morning.
I write in my diary every day.
More Examples of "EITHER"
 
I can't explain it either.
I don't know either of them.
She doesn't understand me, either.
More Examples of "NEITHER"
 
I like neither of them.
I could neither laugh nor cry.
Neither of the books you are looking for is available.
Komal doesn't work there, and neither does Kavita.
She can't dance tonight, neither can her boyfriend.
More Examples of "ANY"
 
I don't want any chapati thank you.
Do you have any sugar that I can borrow?
I didn't have any food in the refrigerator
The mail delivery did not bring any bills today.
Did any of the students finish the test?
Do you have any money?
Is there any milk left?
More Examples of "ONE"
 
Can I see that one?
Choose one person.
I will buy a new one.
No one can tell.
I don't like this one.
No one likes war.
No one knows the reason.
More Examples of "BOTH"
 
Hold the box with both hands.
They are both good teachers.
Both countries are now at peace.
Both of the girls are wearing white suits.
Both of those students didn't pass the test.
He can speak both English and French very well.
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Types of Adjective Adjective of Quality Adjective of Quantity
Demonstrative Adjective Interrogative Adjective Possessive Adjective
Distributive Adjective Degrees of Comparison Formation of Adjective