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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but I have listen to people says like that " Monday to Thursday" .
I have never hear in way as writer says above " Monday through Thursday"
Sir, please let me know which one is the best way and sounds natural ?

Hello Imran 26,

Both forms are quite correct. I think 'to' is the more common form, especially in the UK; 'through' is used more in US English, I think.



The LearnEnglish Team

thank you sir, yeah its the news paper related to US, I have also read it today in US university hype. Now I make it sense . thanks again Sir Kirk & Sir Peter.

Hi Sir,
I'm working in a corporate school as a English teacher for grad 5th to 7th. There are grammar books for academic curriculum; at the title of those books are written as English grammar skill book. At my student life I have learn the book in school was English Grammar and composition book. Sir please let me know whats the difference between the "composition book & skill books" ?

Hi Imran 26,

The titles of books are determined by publishers and by whatever traditions exist in a particular place, as it's important to meet the expectations of students and parents. In a British context, 'composition' refers only to writing, while 'skills' would describe all four language skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening.



The LearnEnglish Team

thank you Sir.

I think 'had' is the correct option. The sentence is in the reported speech, with a past tense reporting verb, 'said'. As such the reported part too should have a past tense verb.

A Student belongs to a university distinguish me about IT & Software Engineering like that way; " IT guys does the developing work while the
Software Engineers does the programming job"
I could make sense with it why did she use " while" in this sentence.

Hello Imran,

In this sentence, 'while' means 'but', which is one of several meanings of this word (if you follow the link, you'll see the definition and examples for this meaning, but if you move up and down the page you will see the others). Please note that in this sentence, the verb should be 'do' instead of 'does', since 'IT guys' and 'software sngineers' are plural subjects.

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

acknowledge with thanks Sir Kirk.