65 – Using IT – English Pronoun Lesson

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It is a useful pronoun in English because it can be used to talk about the weather, time, and distance. There are also some situations where we can use it to talk about people. For today’s English conversation, let’s have a look at using it.

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Comments 8

  1. Good morning Michael,
    Here are my answers.
    1. His sister told him about it.
    2. Yes, he does. He has been there every summer since then.

    What does “it” mean in “like it there”?

    1. Hi Ryo. Great question. “It” in “like it there” means the atmosphere and all of the things that one can find in that place. I can say, “I like all of the things there” but “like it there” is more common 🙂

  2. Despite the clear explanation, I still get confused about it, that and this, when I have to use one or another. Thanks

  3. Hi Michael,
    These are the answers:
    1-Michael found out about Oyster Bay because his sister told him about it.

    2-Yes, he likes it there that’s why he has gone there every summer since then.

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