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

There are many different kinds of pronouns.



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.


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The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you Sir Peter for encourage me. I will definitely to hard work to use English as native speakers do. This site is really help full for us. Thank you British council.

Sir, what's the difference between I'm going to do or I'm going to be doing and where should they be used ? I've checked it out on internet already but, I didn't find a satisfactory answer.

Hello SonuKumar,

As with most forms with future meaning, the context is important here. However, the key difference in most contexts is as follows:

I'm going to have dinner at six o'clock.

I'm going to be having dinner at six o'clock.

The first sentence tells us that dinnner starts at six o'clock. The second sentence tells us that at six o'clock you will be in the process of having dinner. It may have only just begun or it may be nearly finished; this is not clear from the sentence.


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The LearnEnglish Team

Sir, I Iost my Mom in 2010 because of her brain haemorrhage, since then I have to do loads of home task. But Even after that I have a strong interest in learning English. I have some schools near me but because of much work in home and after 10+2 I don't get time to go to some English teachers in schools and ask my questions related to English to them. I have some books but not many and high-standard. But I really want to learn English as much as possible by my whole heart. and In this situation, you've been really, really a great help to me and I hope you will continue to be so in future as well. Though I know I sometimes ask questions not relating to the material of English on this site but, as My English is improving, I'm trying to be limited according to this site rules yet thank you so much for responding us all users on the questions even not related to the material on this site. If we have distributed you and bothered you in any way please forgive us and In the once again you've been really a great help for all of us all long year. We expect you to be the same in this new year. with all respect wishing you a very very happy New year 2018. May God give everything you want.

Hello SonuKumar,

Thanks for your comment and we wish you a happy new year as well!

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

I want to know that grammatically, whose the portion firstly read or learn