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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Hello amol,

We use an object pronoun after a preposition, so the correct phrase would be 'no-one but him...'



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Sir, The idea is to tell one that things are possible but Everything is not possible or Not everything is possible.

Which one is right 'Everything is not possible or Not everything is possible' ?
If both are right, is there a difference between these two ?

Hi SonuKumar,

I'm not sure about the metaphysical side of this question, but 'Not everything is possible' is what I would say. There is nothing grammatically incorrect with the other phrase, but it's not one that people use in speaking or writing. It would also have a different meaning -- it would mean something like 'Everything is impossible' (whereas the other one says that some things are possible and some are not).

All the best,
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Hello Sir
Please let me know Whether it is all right to write this sentence without a comma or a
comma is a must before 'but'
e.g. I went to the supermarket to buy vegetables, but I couldn't not buy them.
The second sentence is: I went to the supermarket to to buy vegetables but could not buy them. Is the second sentence correct without a comma.?
Please let me know.
Thank you.

Hi Lal,

This really depends on the particular style that a writer follows, but in general in British English I believe the comma is used less often than in American English. Some say that the general rule is that a comma can precede 'but' when 'but' is connecting two independent clauses, e.g. see this BBC page, but not everyone agrees about this. You can find lots of opinions about this by doing an internet search for 'comma before but'.

All the best,
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Is it correct to omit pronouns and say : Today I woke up at 6.00a.m., ran with my dog for an hour, returned to my house, fed my dog, had breakfast, took a shower and practiced my English?

Hi David,

Yes, it is, especially in informal speaking and writing. This is called ellipsis, which you can read a little more about by following the link if you're interested.

All the best,
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I have a problem with negation .
Do we say : he isn't a fool or he is no fool ?
It's no secret that..or its not a secret that ..?
What's the difference ? When to use each ?

Hello uchiha itache,

Both forms are correct. The only difference is that the form with 'no' is rather stronger in a rhetorical sense, I would say.



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Surely we often use the present simple for habits . but what about the future simple with ( will ) I read it can also be used to describe habits . so what's the diffrrence ?