Pronouns are words we use in the place of a full noun.

There are many different kinds of pronouns.

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Sir, as an Indian for me, what's the best way to learn British accent (actually I like British accent) I insist please tell me if there's any way ?

Hello SonuKumar,

There is no specific way to develop a British accent (and remember that there are many accents within Britain), for an Indian or for anyone else! Listening to as much British English as possible and trying to approximate the pronunciation is the way to move in this direction, I would say. However, remember that English is an international language and the goal is to speak clearly and to express yourself well. Whether a person's accent is British, Australian, Jamaican, Indian or anything else is not really important.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Could you please give me at least one example regarding my last question how to use "it being" in certain sentence as participle ?

Sir, We normally say " It's an idea or It's an idea to educate him" but what about saying (It being an idea or It being an idea to educate) is it a structure of English or something ?

Hello SonuKumar,

You could only use 'it being...' as part of a participle construction in certain contexts, not as the main verb in the sentence.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Sir, I will punch him on stomach and he will hold his stomach and go home, he will go home holding his stomach or he will go home by holding his stomach.
Which is more right, comman and acceptable way to this thing ?

Dear Sir,
kindly let me know the appropriate us of phrase " nice of you" " so nice of you".

Hello Imran 26,

In this phrase, 'nice' means 'kind'. It is used to thank someone for their kindness or acknowledge it. 

In the dictionary entry (follow the link above), you can see how it is used in an example sentence. You could also do an internet search for "so nice of you" (including the inverted commas) to see more examples.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Sir, If I'm burnt on hand and want my friend not to touch that area of my hand could I say "Hey, don't touch it it's burnt here on my hand or I'm burnt here on my hand or my hand is burnt here ?

All of the examples that you have used will be understood, or you could say "Please do not touch my hand. I have burnt it here".

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