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

There are many different kinds of pronouns.

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Good Day! Anybody check my grammar? He was angry to everybody and everything who caused his defeat.

Hello enrique19,

You need to change the preposition here. We do not say 'angry to' but rather 'angry with'. The rest of the sentence is fine.

Please note that we do not usually check sentences or texts for users in this way. In the comments sections we are happy to explain issues arising from our own materials or to explain questions about how the language works, but we generally do not offer a correct or checking service.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

This is a good opportunity to all of us to enhance our knowledge.

Sir,
I am working as a sales officer, I received some e-mails as inquiry for materials required.
I response for them via-reply as" I am sending you the mail enclosing our quotation for the required materials". is that correct sentence grammatically which I have mentioned in inverted commas.

Hello Imran 26,

Yes, that is grammatically correct. I'd probably say something more like 'Attached to this email please find our quote for the materials you enquired about' here in Europe, but it's probably a better idea for you to use the conventions in South Asia in your emails, as they will probably be understood better there.

By the way, you might want to look through our English for Emails section for more on the topic of emails in general.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello,

If i say ,
X or Y is not available for the last performance.
Then what does it mean.
Either one of them or they both are not available for the last performance

Hello Shrikant J,

It would mean that one of them is not available but you don't want to (or can't) say which for some reason - which is a very odd situation. You might use this in some kind of puzzle in which the goal is to work out or guess which of them is not available, I suppose, but it seems a very unlikely sentence.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hello,

Are passing mark and pass mark the same in meaning? Can you please give me examples how to use these phrases?

Thank you.

Hello Shrikant,

As far as I can think, yes, they mean the same thing.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

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