Hello! Please look at the following sentence:
The letter is addressed to them both.
a) Is "both" there a pronoun or a determiner?
b) Can I change "them" to the+noun? For example, "The letter is addressed to the children both."
c) According to this cite https://www.eltconcourse... :
Only all and both can follow the noun or pronoun they determine:
the ladies all arrived late
the children both cried
They all complained
As I learned, "both" can be either a main determiner ("both children") or a predeterminer ("both the children"). The latter should precede the main determiner.
What type of determiner is it in "The children both cried"? Or, is it a pronoun?