Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns. We often use them to avoid repeating the nouns that they refer to. Pronouns have different forms for the different ways we use them. 

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Peter
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Hello sir please help to clarify,
Which one is correct?

The team are divided in its opinion.
The team are divided in their opinions.

Hello Akash Rathore
The first one is not consistent and is not grammatical. 'are' as a plural verb and 'its' as a singular determiner are in conflict.
The second one is OK. 'The team is divided in its opinions.' is also correct.
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Kirk
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Hi Sir,
how are you doing?
sir i would like always to learn English so that i can join global citizens in expressing myself, i always end up being embarrass by my friends just because i lack grammatical construction and my pronunciation is very very terrible. i am not able to sometimes to differentiate pronunciation of letter (F) and letter (p) among other many words. all in all my English is completely terrible. can you please advice on how quick i can able to learn very fast?

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Kirk

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Does the use of 'the way' in the following sentence have any error? Please note that there is a clause "is it right to do so?" at the end.

[My question to you is that the way I slaughtered the hen while holding her tongue out, is it right to do so?]

Secondly, 'her' has been used for "a hen" , is this ok in this sentence?

Hello Zeeshan Siddiqii,

I think there is a problem with using 'the way' (a noun) and 'do so' (a question about an action) together. We would usually use its for a hen rather than she, though she is not incorrect.

I would suggest any one of several alternatives:

My question to you is this: Is the way I slaughtered the hen while holding its tongue out right?

My question to you is this: I slaughtered the hen while holding her tongue out; was it right to do so?

My question to you is this: Was I right to slaughter the hen while holding its tongue out?

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Great guidance. Thank you very much.
If I say, "Some people think this act i.e. slaughtering the hen while holding her tongue out, necessary." and then we add what we believe: This is torturing the animal unnecessarily.
Does this sentence [This is torturing the animal unnecessarily] sound natural? Or should there be some change in this?

Hello Zeeshan Siddiqii,

My only suggestion would be to use a linking device to show the contrast:

However, in my view / in our view this is...

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hi Sir!
Thanks for the response to my question. I can now use the both.

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