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

There are many different kinds of pronouns.



Hello sir,
Could you please help me, What is the meaning of "Stand and stare"? Kindly explain....

I have an IELTS exam two months from now and my english is not bad! I was wondring if it is possible for me to get 7.5 in my exam within two months? and how can I be prepared for my exam ?

Sir, all of them, is it a distributive pronoun or indefinite pronoun ? and what about everyone one of you and everyone of the girls ? could you give me a basic rule to distinguish between them ? and one last question, All mangoes are bad. Sir, we can make this sentence but Could we make this- All three are my brothers or all three are good ? I doubt because we have no noun after all three in both sentences ?

What's the person and number of "Any of you"?

Hello Adya's,

'any of you' is used with a plural verb, e.g. 'Are any of you hungry?'

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The LearnEnglish Team

Sir, The whiter is his face the blacker is his heart. is it also possible like 'His heart is as black as his face is white' though it seems worng and I think it is what do you look at it ?

if something gets away from you or you stay away from it so you forget about it because there is no connection between you and that thing or there remains no connection between you and that thing. Could I also say "Because there has been no connection between you and that thing ?

Sir, Generally these sentences don't make sense (I don't want to anyone to doubt me by staying at that hotel)
(By staying at that hotel I don't want anyone to doubt me) It's possible here suppose I'm drug dealer so I think that these sentenses are possible but all I want to know is if we add the phrase 'by staying at that hotel' in front the subject 'I' in this sentence like I did In my first sentence so it refers to the subject 'I' doesn't it ? or If we add the phrase 'by staying at that hotel' at the end of the sentense so it refers to the object of the sentence 'Anyone' doesn't it ?

Hello SonuKumar,

When I first read your sentence before reading your question, I understood both versions to mean the same thing, i.e. that 'by staying at that hotel' referred to 'I' (not to 'anyone'). I suppose one could interpret it as referring to 'anyone' -- it's ambiguous and you'd have to explain it a bit more if you wanted it to be absolutely clear.

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

Sir, as an Indian for me, what's the best way to learn British accent (actually I like British accent) I insist please tell me if there's any way ?

Hello SonuKumar,

There is no specific way to develop a British accent (and remember that there are many accents within Britain), for an Indian or for anyone else! Listening to as much British English as possible and trying to approximate the pronunciation is the way to move in this direction, I would say. However, remember that English is an international language and the goal is to speak clearly and to express yourself well. Whether a person's accent is British, Australian, Jamaican, Indian or anything else is not really important.


Best wishes,


The LearnEnglish Team