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

There are many different kinds of pronouns.

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Sir, There are many complicated people.
There are many people left.

There are many people complicated.
There are many left people.

first above two sentences are right and acceptable but the two below don't look right and acceptable I think that is not the right sequence for the verb left and adjective complicated right ? any other ?

Sometimes we use 'The' in front of Road and sometimes we don't. I think road is countable but by names. what is your take on this ?

Hello SonuKumar,

'Complicated' is a normal adjective and precedes the noun which it describes.

'Left' in this sentence is a past participle describing the noun. It has a passive meaning - effectively it means 'people who are left' and it must follow the noun just as other participle clauses/phrases do. You can read more about these forms on this page.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

HI, I am new member for this site and happy to learn English language, I will try my best. I have a question about adverb. What's the rule of adverb r how to learn it easy?

Hello Ahmad Salem Sedeqi,

Welcome! We have several pages on adverbs in our Adverbials section. There is some explanation on that first page that I've linked to, but then if you look on the right side of the page, you will see links to other pages (for example, how we make adverbials, where they go in a sentence, etc.).

By the way, if you haven't already read it, I would suggest looking at our Frequently asked questions page for advice on how to get the most out of our site.

We look forward to seeing you around the site!

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Dear Sir;

Are they correct grammatically?. Do I need to use "you did" in these sentence?.

You look exactly the same as you did in school.

You look exactly the same as you did the first day when I saw you.

Hello pumbi,

You can say these sentences in two ways:

You look exactly the same as you did in school.

You look exactly the same as in school.

You look exactly the same as you did the first day I saw you.

You look exactly the same as the first day I saw you.

 

As Kirk said, the sentence is better without 'when'.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Dear Sir;

Can you remember the day when I saw you

Or

Can you remember the day I saw you

Please which one is correct?. If the second one is correct, why I can't use "when" to describe the day

Hello pumbi,

I'd say the second one is much more common, but both are correct. 'when' is often dropped after nouns referring to time (such as 'day').

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you very much, sir.

Sir,
Acronyms are Noun?is there any grammatical rules to use this?
I searched Acronyms in this web but I didn't find any page related to Acronyms. If its available kindly let me know.

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