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

There are many different kinds of pronouns.



Hi sir,

'hair' is a singular as well as plural noun.
So, what would be the difference in
Type of hairs and types of hairs

Hello Shrikant J,

'hair' is used as both a count noun and an uncount noun. When it is a count noun, it can have the plural form 'hairs'. As far as I know, 'type of hairs' is not correct, as the plural word 'hairs' implies more than one type of hair - which means that you should say 'types of hairs' instead. When there is only one kind of hair being talked about, it's more common to use 'hair' as an uncount noun, e.g. 'what type of hair is that coat made of?' If the coat is made of more than one type of hair, then use 'types of hair'.

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello sir will you teach me about where to use Could,Would?

Could is used to show ability in the past and would is used to show unreal or unlikely situations.

Hello Jagdeshkmr,

We don't provide lessons on LearnEnglish but I can point you to pages which have information on these topics, where you can practise using them.

'Could' and 'would' are both examples of modal verbs and they are used in a number of different ways. You can see those uses in this section. Just follow the links there to relevant pages. You might also find these pages useful: modals, modals (deduction - present) and modals (deduction - past).


Best wishes,


The LearnEnglish Team

Hello !
Could you please tell me what is the difference between "Actual" and "recent" ?

Hello The Raven,

You can find the meanings of these words in any dictionary. If you have a question about a specific context - an example sentence - then please post it as part of your question and we'll be happy to comment.


Best wishes,


The LearnEnglish Team

What is the difference between "recent" and "previous"?
Kindly let me know the exact sense of it, I am confuse about proper use for this sentence.

Recent mean near past whereas previous mean far past.Please correct me if I am wrong.