English expression
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1. Look at the many cards.
2. Look at the few cards.

I know that the, many,and few are determiners. Are both the sentences correct?

English expression 
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They are both correct but not frequently used. More common for usage would be these:
1. Look at all the cards.
2. There aren't many cards, are there?
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