Difference between revisions of "Particular"

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{{example|Everyone wanted to send their kids to one '''particular''' school, because of how good the teachers were there.}}
 
{{example|Everyone wanted to send their kids to one '''particular''' school, because of how good the teachers were there.}}
 
{{example|She wants to eat a '''particular''' type of ice cream.}}
 
{{example|She wants to eat a '''particular''' type of ice cream.}}
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Revision as of 21:48, 19 December 2018

Adjective

Used to point someone's attention at what we are talking about, and that we are not talking about any other things.
  • He doesn't want to just read any book - he wants to read that particular one.
  • Everyone wanted to send their kids to one particular school, because of how good the teachers were there.
  • She wants to eat a particular type of ice cream.
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