Distributive determiners refer to a group of people or things, and to individual members of the group. They show different ways of looking at the individuals within a group, and they express how something is distributed, shared, or divided.
- Using "each" and "every" to talk about the members of a group as individuals
- Using "all" to talk about the whole group
- Using "half" to talk about a divided group
- Using "both", "either", and "neither" to talk about pairs of people or things