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

There are many different kinds of pronouns.



Sir, There was a king and probably who used to go to a slum area or who probably went to slum area, Now Could I also say that He probably would go to slum area ? which should probably be the rule of showing probability in the past for would. is it ?

There's a king who probably goes to a slum area. Could I also say that who would probably go to a slum area ? which should possibly be the rule of showing probability for would in the present is it ? and yes, in both examples if they are right, so is it necessary to use 'Probably' ?

Sir, I'm little confused, His leg broke on the road in a car accident, Could I write it like this or Could I write it only like this- He broke his leg on the road in a car accident ? I wrote my first sentence like that because his leg broke accidentally, not he knowingly broke his leg ?

Hello SonuKumar,

The most natural way to say this is:

He broke his leg in a car accident.

In most contexts 'on the road' could be assumed because, generally, cars drive on roads.

The other sentence is not incorrect but is a less common way to say the same thing.


Best wishes,


The LearnEnglish Team

So, Could I say to my friends "let's go to the photo studio to have our photos taken ?
and are there any other options as well ? what are they ?

Hello SonuKumar,

Yes, that is grammatically correct and natural-sounding. There are almost always other ways to communicate the same idea, for example 'Let's go get our photos taken', which is really the same structure.

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

Sir, Could you please tell me which verb do you use when you go to Photoshop to have some photos, Because when we go to Photoshop ? We do not photograph ourselves, but we get ourselves photographed by someone else.

Hello SonuKumar,

We would most likely use a causative form:

I had my photo taken (for a passport etc.)


Best wishes,


The LearnEnglish Team

All right Sir, I will keep it in mind now, Thank you.

"I play in the ground"
"I play in the ground in India near Delhi"
"I play in a ground in India"
Now, is the third one with a ground right sentence and where should we use a with ground ?

How to rewrite the sentence as question.. "Amit and Sumit are brothers".