My question is what are these titles, that is Mr, chef, president and doctor, called in English during parsing? Are they an adjective or a determiner?
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They are called "english honorifics", or simply "honorifics". They are usually placed inmediately before a person's name and they serve as titles to many purposes, mostly to convey esteem or show respect when addressing or referring to a person. I give you some examples: