Pronouns

 

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

There are many different kinds of pronouns.

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i can speak english but feel hesitation while speaking in front of people how can i speak with out feeling hesitation plz guide me

Hello nazia,

There's some advice on improving your speaking on our Help page. Please give what we recommend a try and then let us know if you have any questions.

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Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Dear The LearnEnglish Team!

Please give me an advise! For Vietnamese children, What suitable age for them to begin to learn English?

Best regards,

Thuy

Hello Son Thuy,

I can't comment particularly on Vietnamese children, but in general I would say that the earlier children start learning a language, the easier it will be for them and the better their progress will be. LearnEnglish is designed for adult learners but we also have sites for children - you can find LearnEnglish Kids here.

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Peter

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hello, can you give me the meaning of below expression, kindly please?
"How much money do you have on you?"
i am waiting to receive a feedback as soon as possible please
best regards
Rabia Ludin

Hello Rabia Ludin,

The phrase 'on you' here means 'with you' - in other words, on your person/in your pocket/in your wallet etc.

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Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

"How much money do you have?" and "How much money do you have on you?" Can you please let me know what is the difference of those two sentence? Which is more appropriate sentence?

Hello rudaya123,

'on you' means 'with you right now'. Both questions can be used to ask someone if they are carrying money at the moment, but the first one can also be used to ask how much money someone has in general (e.g. at the bank, etc.) – the second question cannot be used to ask this.

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Dear The LearnEnglish Team i would like to know the differences between can & could, will & would how to use this properly please explain.

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