posted by ramesh reddy on .
please correct this sentence if there is any mistake.
He told him that rain is not yet abated.If it comes down I will come to your house.
He told him that the rain has not yet abated: "If the rain comes down hard, I will come to your house."
If you don't want to include a quotation, then you'll need to convert the pronouns in the second sentence to correspond with those in the first sentence.
if the rain comes down hard means lessening of rain?. please tell me madam
No, when rain comes down hard, it's REALLY raining! Flooding can often occur then.
If it comes down lightly, then it's a nice, soft, gentle rain.