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Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns. We often use them to avoid repeating the nouns that they refer to. Pronouns have different forms for the different ways we use them. 

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When people eat, however, they often confuse or combine information from the tongue and mouth with what is happening in the nose.

Can I replace "what is happening" with "the thing that happens"?

Hello amirfd

Yes, that is grammatically correct. The way it is written sounds more natural, however.

All the best


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I feel like a room without a roof.
Dose it mean that I feel like I'm a room without a roof or I like a room without a roof ?

He recognises the body as that of his friend.
Can I also write like this:
He recognises the body as of his friend or his friend's ?

Hello SonuKumar,
In your first example, 'I feel like...' describes a person's emotional or mental state, not what they like or don't like.
In your second example, you can say either of these:
> ...the body as that of his friend
> ...the body as his friend's
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Hello, take the level test, say that I am in the intermediate but I feel that in grammar I am not very good. Is it recommendable to start from the basics?

Hi Carolina19
It's difficult to give you specific advice without knowing you better, but in general I'd encourage you to start with reading or listening resources. We have a lot of new pages at the B2 level in our Skills section (, for example, or there are lots of videos at the intermediate level in the Video zone ( and Word on the Street ( and audio in LearnEnglish podcasts ( Whenever you find some grammar that you don't understand or that you want to review, you can probably find it here in the English Grammar section. If you can't find more information about it, please feel free to ask us for help in the Comments section on the page you are working on and we'll help you.
But if you want to focus on grammar from the beginning, this section is a good place to start. Please note that the pages here are not organised in a sequence, but rather by topic. If you have trouble finding something, please let us know.
I hope this helps orient you. If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to ask us.
All the best
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Sir ,
Please let me know about Infinitives ?

how can i find my all comments and replies from you.

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