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in the sentence

My favourite part of the week

my is a determiner;
favourite is a modifier;
part is a noun;
of the is a post determiner;
week is a noun;

Is that correct?

  • Grammar -

    I don't think of the is a post determiner. In standard grammar, of is a preposition.

    Please check your definition and examples of post determiners.

  • Grammar -

    You may find this site useful.

    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/internet-grammar/frames/consult.htm

  • Grammar -

    posesessive and adjectue

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