We use you to talk about people in general including the speaker and the hearer:

You can buy this book anywhere > This book is on sale everywhere.
You can’t park here > Parking is not allowed here.
They don’t let you smoke in here > No smoking here

We use they or them to talk about people in general:

They serve good food here.
Ask them for a cheaper ticket.

… especially about the government and the authorities:

They don’t let you smoke in here.
They are going to increase taxes.
They are building a new motorway.
They say it’s going to rain tomorrow.

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I don't see the answer correct

Hello Claudia,

If you click 'Submit' you will see the correct annswers.

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

I don't know how can I see the correct anserw!!

At the beginning it was hard for me but I am getting confident and I am getting better.

Thanks for the exercise :-)

Hi.

My answer is correct but it appears as an error. When I get the result looks like this:

"1. Your answer: English is spoken here. They SPEAK ENGLISH HERE.
Correct answer: English is spoken here. They SPEAK ENGLISH HERE. "

Hello bastet_cmrm,

I've tested the activity and it seems to be working fine to me. Is it possible that you included the full stop [.] at the end of the sentence? The full stop is already there, so if you type it there will be two and the sentence will not be accepted. Please try again, making sure that you do not include the full stop. Please also make sure that you use capital letters correctly.

Please let us know if this solves the problem.

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hello,

Is is correct to say:
1. How *can* you get from London to Oxford.
2.They *will* charge you if you pay by credit card.

Hello kwia,

Yes, those are grammatically correct. Of course, whether they are correct in a given context is a different question - that will depend on the context.

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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