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

There are many different kinds of pronouns.



Sir, I am not sure .But I think we can use "we will be having dinner at 8 '0' clock" instead of "I am going to be having dinner" at 8 '0' clock. Pls confirm.

Hello Lakki,

Yes, both sentences are grammatically correct and in most contexts there is probably no difference in meaning between them (other than the difference in subjects). You can see a bit more about the different forms used to talk about the future on our Future Plans page.

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

I found that quite helpful.

hi. I am from Georgia and want that practice and refine english language. please someone help me and contact me

Hello temo143,

Welcome to LearnEnglish! We have hours and hours of free resources for you to use as you please.

I'm afraid we don't provide personal tutoring, but please see our Getting started page for general advice on how to get started and our Frequently asked questions page for advice on how to get the most out of our site to improve specific skills (e.g. speaking).

Let us know if you have any questions or if you need help finding a place to start.

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The LearnEnglish Team

Dear Sir,
I am 28 years old. I am struggling to learn English since a long time ago, but I am still weak. Kindly let me know at my age , can I learn then use English as native speaker do?
It feels to me that I am a mature age that's why I am weak to get English, some peoples say that If you learn English at early age of your childhood that you can Use English as native do. At maturity age to learn English is not good time.

Hii how are you??

Hey, guy, don't be so pessimistic!:)
Do you really reckon that 28 is the end of your life??? Come on!:)
I'm nearly 45 and I've raised my English level from Elementary up to Advanced in just one year and a half (without living in an English speaking country - only the British Council classess in my country and work at home by myself).

Of course, it wasn't easy. And it still need some time and efforts to further improve my Engish or, at least, to keep my current level.

Just two points: hard work and everyday practice.
And don't mind your age!:) Believe me - it isn't an obstacle:)

well done.

Hello Imran 26,

There is absolutely no reason why a person cannot learn a new language at any age, and there are many examples of people successfully learning new languages very late in life, so don't lose hope! The keys are having motivation and time, and both of these can be harder to find when you are a little older.

We have a section especially for people new to the site and/or to learning English. You can find it here and I think it will be very helpful for you to read. Please also check out our Frequently Asked Questions page, where you can find advice on particular aspects of the language and the learning process.


Best wishes,


The LearnEnglish Team