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

There are many different kinds of pronouns.

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Sir, we should 'the' before next plan while asking someone eles about what their next plan is because they already know about it right ?

Sir, is it wrong to say these sentences-
If you are going to talk to me like this, then I will not talk to you or If He is going to come my place, I will not go home. rather than saying ones with the subordinate cause like this- If you talk to me like this or if he comes to my place ?
Second question.
what do you think next plan should be ?
or
what do you think should be next plan ?
which is right and more acceptable?

Hello SonuKumar,

Yes, those first two sentences are correct. 'if you are going to' suggests the speaker is unhappy about the situation. As for your second question, 'should be' should come at the end -- you need to use a reported question structure here. I'd suggest putting some kind of determiner (e.g. 'our' or 'your' or 'the') before the word 'plan'.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Sir, Could we use 'Until' or till in negative sentences like this-
Don't go anywhere until I don't come or till I don't come back or is there any other sentence in which this use is possible ? perhaps I have seen it somewhere perhaps in song and somewhere else as well please clear my doubt about it.

Hello SonuKumar,

After 'until' we do not use a negative form. Thus we would say:

Don't go anywhere until I come  / till I come back

 

You may have heard a double negative in a song but it is a non-standard form. Songs often use non-standard forms, of course.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Sir, is it wrong to say these sentences-
If you are going to talk to me like this, then I will not talk to you or If He is going to come my place, I will not go home. rather than saying ones with the subordinate cause like this- If you talk to me like this or if he comes to my place ?

Second question.
what do you think next plan should be ?
or
what do you think should be next plan ?
which is right and more acceptable?

Thank you Sir you too.

Sir, This time 'Diwali' is 19th of October in India. It's our biggest festival showing wining over ravan's adharma by rama's dharma. it's not celebrated over the world unlike Christmas ,but in some part of the world and mainly in India. I'm sure you know about it but do you celebrate it in any way I mean you ( Peter Sir and kirk Sir) and does anybody eles celebrate it in England, Poland and Spain ? Though people burn fire crackers on this festival, I and my family don't like to because we don't want our city , country and world polluted so we believe in eating and meeting with our relatives and friends. Happy Diwali.☺☺☺...
Sonu.

Hello SonuKumar,

As far as I know, Diwali is celebrated in many countries around the world. Certainly in the UK it is an important celebration and there is an article on it on LearnEnglish Teens. I'm sure there are people who celebrate it in Spain -- and I suppose the same is true in Poland -- though it's probably not as widespread here.

Hope you enjoy the holiday! Happy Diwali!

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello Peter.
Although it is often stated that by the time a person is a young adult they will know what to do.
The word "they" refers to ..... .
Why plural?

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