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

There are many different kinds of pronouns.

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Sir,
(1) Man is the only animal who can talk.
(2) Man is the only animal whom can talk.
(Which one is correct and rule for correct sentence )

1st one is correct.

Thank you so much all teachers and thank you British Council. Its our prestige that we all students acquire English By British Council with such a amazing and co-operative teachers.
and thank you Sir Peter that you give me a your precious time here.

dangling clauses
"It is she." may sound high-hat, but sensible.
"I throw the ball like he ." leaves the listener 'dangling with held breath waiting for the finale 'does', which approaches rudeness, perhaps it is best to 'break one rule' to avoid such an awkward state, and use the objective 'him'.

Sir Peter M,
Dear sir, I am trying and struggle to improve my English Speaking and writing ever since I was 12 years old, now I am 26 but I am still weak in English. to be honest I am impressed with your English writing, Sir Kindly suggest me how can I speak & write English as you do. I have noticed that often Americans & Britain peoples does mistake while they speak or write but your sentences are too accurate and seems interesting to read.although you mentioned in your profile that you are from Poland.

Hello Imran 26,

That is a very general question and it's not really possible for me to give specific individual advice to you as I don't know you or your English sufficiently; this is the kind of advice only your own teacher can give. However, we do have a Help section which contain our best tips and suggestions on learning English effectively and efficiently. You can find it here - just follow the links on that page.

I live in Poland, as my profile suggests, but I am from the UK.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

what aspect is this sentence?
'I did run."

Hello fixit86,

That looks like the use of the auxiliary verb to add emphasis. For example:

I ran the marathon.

No, you didn't! I don't believe you!

It's true, I did run the marathon.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Sir,
when I fellow the English what I read in news paper, especially American guys say to me that you are speaking old English. Is that true that in old times peoples speaks English in that way what we read in news paper?

Hello Imran 26,

Newspapers write in all sorts of styles, from the very informal to the very formal. I think it's impossible to generalise - it depends what kind of newspapers you read. However, there is a difference between spoken and written English, so if you need a model for the former then listening to natural English is a better approach than only reading.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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