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Guys need an advise! I need Following in 1st person pronoun. And thats why i didn't use "Never listens to your fears" 1.Never listens to the fears
2.Never follow the fears
3.Fears are not our friends
4. Don't follow the fears
Which of these sounds ok ? And please tell me how can i re-wrote them in 1st person singular form Thanks!
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1. Never listen to fear.

2. [doesn't sound right]

3. Fear is not our friend.

4. [doesn't sound right]

I'm not sure what you want concerning the first person singular. (I never listen to fear?)
Thanks Philip!
1.Never listen to Fear.
Since it sound ok i have 2 questions.
1. Why we remove article "the"? if we are writing about fear in our paragraph then also we remove article?
2. Why we remove listens? Fear is singular and listens as well ?
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Cute572 I need Following in 1st person pronoun. And thats why i didn't use "Never listens to your fears"
Is this what you are looking for? "I never listen to my fear."
Hi Cute
Judging from your posts you have a very scanty knowledge of English. In my opinion you are trying to accomplish too much at a time. It takes time just to learn the basics of English grammar. You should get somebody to teach you these basics. You can of course ask questions here but in many cases it is impossible to give short answers to some questions, especially if that means dealing at length with problematic issues that are clearly beyond your grasp of English.

Cheers, CB
Yeah you can say that CB but i m trying my best. In the 2nd post i asked about subject-verb agreement. If some thing is missing please tell me.
Why we remove listens and article The
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I think you mean the sentence Never listen to fear, right? Listen is an imperative and no inflection is ever used in English imperatives. Imperatives like this look like infinitives, which should make it easy for you to learn English. Except for certain fixed phrases and idiomatic expressions, the is not used with nouns when nouns are used in a general sense and the reference is not to anything specific.That's why fear has no article.
CB
Thanks Cool Breeze. Means this information is general i.c imperative and we dont use article with these. Emotion: smile
Okay what about this phrase.
"Never concur with Fear"
I just find this "concur" = agreed approved settle
I want to express don't let fear comes in our ways of success
Cute572Thanks Cool Breeze. Means this information is general i.c imperative and we dont use article with these. Emotion: smile
Okay what about this phrase.
"Never concur with Fear"
I just find this "concur" = agreed approved settle
I want to express don't let fear comes in our ways of success

Cute, use the phrases that you have been given. I don't understand everything you say. Fear is used without the unless there is a special reason to use the article. The use of the has nothing to do with the verb before fear.
I'm not sure you know what an imperative is. It's an order or command and the usage may differ from your language. The English imperative is very simple because you can use the same form of the verb in all cases. Examples:
You are speaking to a boy you know: Come here!

You are speaking to a total stranger, an adult: Come here!

You are speaking to more than one person: Come here!
Of course you could add "please" or "will you" or something but basically the imperative is always the same and it's also the same as the plain infinitive, in other words the infinitive without to. You can always find it in a dictionary. In my language a different imperative is needed for each of the above and you can never find a single imperative in a dictionary.
CB
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