Could you tell which of the following sentences sounds the most natural and why?
I can't go out today. You see, I've just started my preparation for the final exam.
I can't go out today. You see, I'...
So the deal is that I understand the difference between another and the other when they are alone: the other means the exact one while another isn't that specific.
is the difference the same when ...
Which one these are/is correct and why ?
He is the same man that can do it.
He is the same man that he was.
He is the same man as he was.
This is the book (that) I lost
He is the same man as can do ...
Is it grammatically correct to have a pronoun refer to a subject in the next clause? See the below example.
Because their guardians are with them, teenagers will not
be able to approach drug dealers ...
Consider the example below:
For hours, al-Fadl had trudged through sand and shouted fruitlessly
for help. Now, as the severely dehydrated cleric collapsed into
the suffocating sand and felt his heart ...
Michael Swan in his book http://ielts-house.net/Ebook/Vocabulary/Practical%20English%20usage.pdf (page 2)
So, my question is what would all the sentences look like if we added all the things ...
"it will be no fun to watch" or "it will be no fun to watch it"?
At first, it looked like a ridiculous question to me, but later, as I thought more, I realized I didn't know the answer. What I need ...
What pronoun to put for inanimate objects in a new sentence (he/she/they) or (it)?
A rainbow appeared in the sky. She was very beautiful.
A rainbow appeared in the sky. It was very ...
Some ESL students have trouble understanding the logic of sentences starting with it, i.e. 'It is cold.' Or using 'it' as a pronoun to replace ideas in general. Usually they will start the sentence ...
I know that the word "one" refers to people in general.So what is the difference between phrase 1 and 2.
1-Each one should look after oneself in these circumstances.
2-One should look after oneself ...
Why "either' is not a Demonstrative pronoun while "neither" can be one?
I found it from this source that "neither" can be a demonstrative pronoun.
So I am curious why "either" can't be?
I encountered this headline in a news website just now:
"Trump says spoke 'sarcastically' about injecting disinfectants"
English is not my first language but I know there is something wrong with the ...