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_____ house is that anyway?

Don't ask me. I don't know _____ car that is.

Do you know _____ coming to the party tonight?

_____ in the bathroom for so long?

_____ shoes are these?

_____ the actor in Bourne Supremacy?

Okay, so _____ turn is it?

_____ is this? It's Clara's.

Wow! _____ that girl? She's gorgeous!

I just couldn't remember _____ jacket it was, even though the police asked me many times.


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161 Comments on “Commonly Confused Words in English: WHOSE & WHO’S”


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hi rebecca, thanks for your lessons. But, i have a question about this, these those… could you help me to explain it…?

thanks…

Wednesday, December 31st 2008

    Sure, Saint man.

    “This” is used when referring to one item relatively close to you in distance. “These” is used when referring to two or more items that are physically close to you.

    For example:

    This necklace is beautiful.
    These necklaces are beautiful.

    “That” is used when referring to one item relatively far from you in distance. “Those” is used when referring to two or more items that are physically far from you.

    That kitten is so sweet.
    Those kittens are so sweet.

    Hope this helps!

    Rebecca

    Tuesday, January 6th 2009

      oh… i see…..
      thanks for replying rebecca, can’t wait for your next lessons

      Friday, January 9th 2009

      Hi Ma’am Rebecca,

      I’m so pleased to your videos.I got perfect score in the quiz.Thanks it’s a big help.Honestly I’m not fluent in English, especially in grammar.But with the help of these videos, I could improve my English Vocabulary. I’m grammatically wrong and I have no confidence to speak English.
      But anyway, practice make perfect.I’ll do practice so that I could enhance my English.

      A big thanks to you Ma’am.I like the way you teach.

      Friday, April 13th 2012

I would like to know if when I should use the the words like should,shall, will, would and so on.thanks

Friday, January 9th 2009

    Yes, amancio, you could certainly use these words and may need to use these words!

    Some examples:

    You should study hard for the TOEFL.

    Shall we dance? ( Formal, but correct) – Use only Shall I or Shall we

    Will you call me tomorrow? or I will call you later.

    Would you like to have lunch? or Would you like to see a movie?

    As you can see, we use these words all the time, in regular speech, so go right ahead and use them comfortably. Good luck!

    Rebecca

    Saturday, February 7th 2009

      i wanna ask when to use will and would as well as can and could…i find it so confusing….

      Thursday, May 12th 2011

      in a second i understood these lesson, you explained so well.
      thank you very much

      Friday, January 17th 2014

You are a good teacher, who’s very pritty also.

Saturday, January 10th 2009

    :-)

    The correct spelling is pretty, but thanks for the thought anyway.

    Rebecca

    Saturday, February 7th 2009

Hi Rebecca. I have a question I would like to ask you.

I can’t seem to reply on any posts on the forum so I guess I’ll just write it here.

Let’s assume I get accepted to University. What can I do in the mean time? I have a gap year, since I graduated from High School, and is working right now. But is it enough to read books or can I do some more? I was thinking of learning about the american society. I have a cd called ‘INFOUSA – Your guide to the USA’ which has a lot of informations. Do you have any suggestions?

Btw, thanks for your videos. They are pretty good. However some of the things seem pretty basic so I am looking forward to the ‘advanced’ videos. :-)
Take care.

Wednesday, January 21st 2009

    Hi EagertoLearn

    What a great question! It all depends on what you want to do with your life.

    I understand your question is what you can do to improve your English in the year ahead. Well, there’s so much… you can read, write, discuss, listen, watch, sing, dance, speak….the most important thing is to enjoy whatever you do because then you will do more of it. So for example, don’t read a book that’s long and hard, but read magazine articles on subjects you are interested in, or read short stories to give yourself a sense of accomplishment. Travel if you can to places where English is spoken. Sing songs in English after getting hold of the lyrics. Read poetry aloud to get a feel for the beauty of the language. Write a diary in English…this is a great tool to see if you can express your ideas,thoughts and feelings.

    Yes, it would also be helpful to understand cross-cultural issues because mastering another language is also stepping into another cultural world.

    Most important, sounds like you’re on the right track in your enthusiasm to learn. That’s the secret, and you’ve already discovered it ….good for you!

    Rebecca

    Saturday, February 7th 2009

      Hello Rebecca ! This was a very nice and wonderful essay about learning english and culture too. I read it and agree faithfully. Thanks a lot for this.

      Thursday, February 25th 2010

      Rebecca great advice.

      Monday, January 14th 2013

hi Rebecca,
very nice job,i really appreciate and wish you succuss in future.
Im an indian working and living in middle east, most of time i have to communicate with native english people and its really hard to understand their accent any way now im used to their words.
your web site really help me a lot,kkep it up.
i wish you a very good luck.

Saturday, January 24th 2009

    Thanks Mohammad!

    Listening skills take some time to develop because we need to train our ear, but sounds like you’re already on your way. There are so many different accents in English and even native English speakers have a tough time watching a movie with different accents. We have to pay closer attention, so you’re not alone.

    There are a lot of great books for developing your English listening skills, in the areas of general and business English. Glad the videos are helpful! All the best to you.

    Rebecca

    Saturday, February 7th 2009

Hi Rebecca,

Thanks for your lessons they are very helpfull. Well, whenever I am writing an essay for example, I always get confused about the words that should be writen in the continuous tense, for example, the carriage -> carrifing, better life standards -> better living standards, etc. Thanks in advance.

Best regards.

Thursday, February 19th 2009

    Hope I can clarify the issue.

    First of all, when you speak of the continuous tense, you are writing about one possible form of verbs. For example,

    write – writing
    speak – speaking
    listen – listening
    eat – eating

    Second, in the specific examples you gave, the words were not verbs, but nouns and adjectives. Here, it depends on the usage required, as one word can be used in many different forms.

    It will be helpful for you to draw up a chart with columns for noun, verb, adjective and adverb. When you learn a vocabulary word, try and write down the whole family of words. Then write sample sentences using each form of the word. This will clarify their use.

    Besides this, there are certain expressions with unusual combinations which need to be learned as a whole, such as better living standards.

    English is challenging, but with persistence, you can improve steadily. Good luck!

    Thursday, April 9th 2009

Hi Rebecca,

I am learning from your video. It’s really interesting. I need some clarity on the following-

1.when to use shall and will – for e.g which is right- i shall go for play or i will go for play

2.when to use would and will – for e.g i would like to come for dinner with you or i will like to come for dinner with you.

Would appreciate, if you can help in understanding the difference.

With warm regards,

Vishal

Sunday, March 8th 2009

    Hi Vishal

    Thanks for your feedback.

    1) Usually, we don’t use shall in a sentence anymore, as it’s quite old fashioned to use it in this way. So in sentences, it’s better to use will.

    I will call you tomorrow.

    However, we can use shall in polite questions, where the subject is I or we.

    Shall we dance?
    Shall we go to a Chinese restaurant?
    Shall I open the door for you?

    2) I would like to come for dinner is the correct form.

    Actually, I will like is incorrect so there is no option of using it in any situation.

    The expressions ‘I would like’ or ‘would you like’ are very refined ways of speaking English. Feel free to use them liberally.

    Would you like something to drink?
    What would you like to do?
    Where would you like to go?

    I would like some tea please. or I’d like some tea please.
    I would like to take a nap.

    Hope this helps you. Good luck.

    Thursday, April 9th 2009

hi,Rebecca,you are not only a good teacher but you are also very,very beautiful!i like you…

Monday, March 30th 2009

    Thank you kindly, jojo. Hope I am able to make your English learning more enjoyable.

    Thursday, April 9th 2009

Hi Rebecca,

please please HELP ME :

I wanna know when I use : HAVE, HAVE BEEN , HAD,HAD BEEN
FOR EXAMPLE:
I have sold my car
I saw this sentence but I do not know why he said that why he did not say I SOLD MY CAR and many sentences like this
please REBECCA help me to know the reason

Monday, April 27th 2009

    What you are referring to is the use of the Present Perfect Tense.

    Sometimes, it’s true, there is not much difference between the Past Simple tense (I sold my car) and Present Perfect (I have sold my car).

    When a mother comes home from work, she could ask her children,

    Have you finished your homework?
    Have you eaten dinner?

    or

    Did you eat dinner?
    Did you do your homework?

    In these cases, there’s not much difference, except the Present Perfect would be considered slightly better because the mother just wants to know the result of the action, not when it happened.

    We use the Present Perfect to talk about an action that happened in the past with a result that affects the present. It includes the past and the present.

    If someone says

    “I lost my passport.”

    This is the Past Simple and it means that the passport was lost at some time in the past. However, in reality, the tense does not tell us what the situation is today. Maybe the person found the passport after that.

    If he says, “I have lost my passport.” , using Present Perfect, we know that he lost his passport and it’s definitely still lost.

    In this case, there is a difference between the two tenses.

    Check in any good grammar book for further examples. Hope this helps.

    Saturday, June 27th 2009

      Thank you very much.

      very nice explanation.

      Anas.

      Monday, April 12th 2010

      In these cases, I’d say your the best teacher Ms. Rebecca. You explained very well. I love all your lessons and including your way to explained it further. I’m quite impressed and excited to watch your new videos. It really helps me a lot to improved my English. Thank you!

      Best wishes to you.

      Wednesday, November 16th 2011

hello ma’am rebecca thanks for your lessons it can help me a lot…

Monday, April 27th 2009

    My pleasure, Dolly. Keep at it and you will improve.

    Saturday, June 27th 2009

Hi Rebecca,

I want to say thank you for your lessons they are so useful and I’d like to know more about how can I use the gerund forms, may you, or one of your partners explain us, please?

Sunday, May 3rd 2009

    Thanks. I will pass the word around and try and make sure one of us records such a lesson for you.

    Saturday, June 27th 2009

Hi Rebecca, I’ve been watching your videos and they’re helping me a lot about English. I actually see your and the other teachers explanations whenever I’ve got time.
Thanks a lot!

Monday, May 4th 2009

    You’re very welcome, Amarildo. Good luck with your English.

    Saturday, June 27th 2009

Hi mam,
First of all i say thanks to my beloved god. coze, for getting this much facility to attend and i culd follow yr class. “How nice yr class is!”.ok. ‘m from Kerala, India.My problem is that very poor to speak in english fluently.Anyhow by attending yr class regularly i culd improve my language.Once again i wuld like to say one thing that those classes which u have been given to us are very simple to understand, very helpful to improve our language and confidence also. May god bless you mam!.In adn. ‘m expecting for the advanced lessons

Tuesday, May 5th 2009

    Thanks, Selu. So glad we could help you in Kerala. Please do tell your friends there so we can keep expanding the website.

    Stay in touch and all the best with your English.

    Saturday, June 27th 2009

Only I can say to you, thanks a lot Rebecca never before I was very exciting for learning english!!!!

Saturday, May 30th 2009

    Thanks, Renaldo, it always helps to keep your motivation high when you’re trying to learn something.

    Saturday, June 27th 2009

Thank you teacher that was very helpful!

Tuesday, June 30th 2009

Thank you miss Rebecca .you have done a good job keep it up, best of luck.

Wednesday, July 8th 2009

Thanks, Cristobal and Karimkhan. All the best with your English.

Friday, July 10th 2009

This lesson is very, very helpful. Thank you very much!

Wednesday, November 18th 2009

thank you very much

Wednesday, December 23rd 2009

From Iraq, I send greetings to you.
Useful lesson.

Thank you very much

Friday, February 5th 2010

hi teacher rebecca.

first off all, thank you so much for all the video lessons. I am really learned a lot of things from your videos and those of the other teachers.
please teacher a have a little bit problem in using verb tenses in the correct tense. And i ask for your help i saw a lot of videos,but i thought that you can expline that to me more easlly.

waitting for your answer.

thank you.

Anas.

Sunday, April 11th 2010

Hello Rebecca,

Again, Thank you very much.

I have a question about whose.

In the last sentence that you gave in your lesson, why we don’t say “whose the picture” ? you said “whose picture” without the article “the” or “a”.

Could you clarify this, please.

Thank you in advance.

Yours sincerly,

Sunday, April 18th 2010

really thank you for your explanation

Sunday, April 25th 2010

Hi rebeca,i have a question,i can say can you tell your friend or do you tell you friends,i saw this in one of you comment,another thing i have been in the US for more than 10 years and i can not speak inglish very well and i feel bad because i think that i can make it,Please tell me what do you think about my case,i still have a change to learn,thank

Friday, April 30th 2010

    If you are in the US, make sure you have friends who speak English well and tell them to correct you when you make mistakes. Also, read whatever interests you. It doesn’t have to be a book. It could be a magazine or a website. Listen to English being spoken and repeated on newscasts. Borrow a good grammar book and work through the exercises slowly and steadily. This will improve your awareness of correct English usage. Join a conversational class at the local library. Find a private teacher, if possible. There are so many ways you can improve, and if you have the motivation, I am sure you will. My best wishes to you.

    Monday, August 16th 2010

it’s hard =(
i dont understand the diferance between both?
who’s = who is ? ( the person)??
and whose ? what the meaning of whose?
thankx

Sunday, May 2nd 2010

    Who’s = a contraction of the two words “Who is”, or “Who has” such as in the following:

    Who’s that man? (who is)
    Who’s the principal of the school?(who is)
    Who’s the prime minister? (who is)
    That’s the person who’s (who is) in charge of customer service.
    Who’s been in my office? (who has)
    Who’s got the ring? (Who has)

    Whose = a possessive pronoun to help you determine the one to whom something belongs
    Whose coat is this? (We want to know to whom the coat belongs.)
    Whose car is parked in your driveway? (Again, we want to know the owner of the car that parked in the driveway.)

    Hope that helps you, Mashael.

    Monday, August 16th 2010

Hi Rebecca,

First of all, I would like to thank you for your teachings. And secondly, I have a request to ask.

Could you please explain the differences between “sometime” and “sometimes” as well as provide examples of their proper usage.

Thank you!

Saturday, May 8th 2010

    Sometime refers to an undetermined or unplanned time in the future.

    Write to me sometime. (I don’t know when, but at some point in the future.)

    Sometimes means occasionally, as in:

    Sometimes I cook Chinese food.
    I go to the park sometimes.

    Hope this helps. My best to you.

    Monday, August 16th 2010

The sound is on .
thank you .

Wednesday, May 12th 2010

thank u about your comment too can u teach us about objections thank u again from egypt

Wednesday, June 2nd 2010

Thank you for your help .

Friday, June 18th 2010

hi rebecce thank yuo very mach for your explanetin

Friday, June 18th 2010

Hi Rebecce .
I am Vnese, i just watched a few your lesson,i watched one lesson many time to hear you saying in lesson, at first i almost understand a few but to watch many time so I understood more.
you said eng so slowly and clearly.
I

Thursday, July 1st 2010

i am sorry, i want to write more to you,
may i ask you a question?
Could you show me how to study vocabulary so good and remember it so long?
i will be waiting your answer in next time
Thank you very much.

Thursday, July 1st 2010

    Use the vocabulary as often as possible in sentences of your own. Try to ask a teacher or English-speaking friend to let you know if you are using the words correctly. Also, read books, magazines and websites to expose yourself to more vocabulary and how it is used. There are also many specific books that help you improve your vocabulary. My best wishes to you.

    Monday, August 16th 2010

hi. rebecca. thank you very much your videos are hilpfule i wish you bettre life

Friday, July 16th 2010

Hi Rebecca, thanks for your lessons, they have been very helpful so far. I’m very confused by the use of been and being, sometimes I do well, not others. Thanks once again.

Wednesday, July 21st 2010

i’m an haitian living in nassau bahamas,i’d like to say a very thanks you.Bacause you doing a very very good job.

Wednesday, July 21st 2010

hi rebecca,i have a big problem when i’m talking to somebody ,i can’t hear exactly what he says.if there is a best way to hear soomeone? can you help me.

Wednesday, July 21st 2010

    Understanding someone is not so easy in the beginning because of many factors – the speed, the accent, the vocabulary, the idioms and so on. Try working specifically on improving your listening skills by borrowing books that focus on listening comprehension related to conversational English. We use a lot of standard responses in conversation and once you become familiar with them, it will be easier to catch what people are saying. All the best to you, Charlemagne.

    Monday, August 16th 2010

hi rebecca, You are really good teacher for me. I used to watch your video every night to improve my English. Thank you so much.. Have a great day ever. Take care..

Saturday, July 31st 2010

Hello!!!! REBECCA I CAN UNDERSTAND WHAT U TEACH US BUT I CANT SPEAK TOO MUCH ENGLISH.. AFTER SOME MONTHS I HAVE A TRIP TO TORONTO TOO..I AM WAITING FOR UR SUGGESTION….BYE

Sunday, August 8th 2010

Hello dear Rebeca ! It’s a pleasure to learn English from you , there are lots of English teachers through the world , but few of them have the gift of teaching like you.
Thanks God for your life .

Thursday, August 26th 2010

dear rebecca,im littlebit confuse use to has been, have been, had been. please help me how to use these.thanks

Friday, September 24th 2010

recently saw someone write “I think I can”, then in same sentence wrote “or should that be ‘I think that I can’”. So I’m wondering the same thing

Saturday, October 30th 2010

All great stuff, but when teaching to a camera and not a real class its really strange practise for the teacher to say “o.k?” and “alright?” throughout the lesson. It might be an interesting task to watch the video again and count how many time you say O.K? and Alright?!!

Sunday, October 31st 2010

    Alright, I’ll do that, okay?

    Monday, November 1st 2010

    Dear Rebecca Mam,
    Could you please explain me about the usage of saying the action doing by somebody. eg. baby taking bath or feeding by his/her mother. etc

    Monday, November 7th 2011

Dear Madam Rebecca,
you are really a great teacher thanks allot I have got very much by you. May you live long

Friday, November 12th 2010

Dear, Rebecca..
First of all I wanna say thanx a lot for your explaining of those words, and I just have tried the quiz and found my answers all correct. So I try to resume it by my own understanding.
Is it right when i said that Whose always need verb to complete the sentence and vice versa with who’s.
Please check my following sentences :
I am the man whose the book you are reading.
Who’s the man whose the wife works in hospital?

Thank’s for your respond Rebecca.

Friday, November 19th 2010

please, expalain about to be used in gramar, example, do, been, being etd. thanks before
. good luck

Sunday, November 21st 2010

Tanks…

Friday, December 10th 2010

    I meant thanks. ^

    Friday, December 10th 2010

hi there!i’m jassi from India,wright now i;m in the philippine.i’m always whaching you’r vedio thanks a lot it helps me too much,,,GOD BLESS YOU

Tuesday, December 14th 2010

Hi Rebecca thanks for lesson today, I would like to ask you, how to use “be, been and being”?
Could you explain for me….
Thank you so much Rebecca..bye

Wednesday, December 15th 2010

thank you so much rebecca.thanks for the all lession

Thursday, January 13th 2011

hi..very clear explanation..thank you..ive tried your ‘who’s’ & whose quiz and scored 100% correct..thanks..
my Q for ‘at’, ‘on’, ‘in’:if it is a country,which preposition we will use?
example:
I will be celebrating my Christmas in Singapore
I will be celebrating my Christmas at Singapore

Saturday, January 22nd 2011

Hi Rebecca ma’am, it is in fact very useul and helpful to me. Moreover it is really nice to see your comments too. Thank you anyway. God bless you.

Tuesday, February 1st 2011

More example
thank you

Tuesday, February 8th 2011

Hello, Rebecca thank you very much indeed you’re nice person and have nice job about telling these confused words. I hope you’ll get what you give learners, but the only thing I ask you is where I find further information about American accent although I live far distance from America or native people I try and want to realize my dream. Madam please give me if even it is little my side will become big!

Wednesday, February 9th 2011

help I confuse 5 senteces using whose in the middle. tanks

Tuesday, February 15th 2011

Hello Rebecca, I watched most of the video you all provided, and all of them are helpful to me specially for a non native English like me I thank you for all the hard work, my request is if you can teach us how to use MLA in english writing classes, the book we have are not very clear, thanks again..

Friday, February 18th 2011

thank you Rebecca.i understand every word cames out from your mouth.you are a good teacher.keep it

Tuesday, March 1st 2011

thanks

Wednesday, March 2nd 2011

Very very thanks rebacca mam This lesson is very interesting and usefull for me.

Monday, March 14th 2011

Hi Rebecca,thank you for the video’s it is very helpful to me to improve my english.I’m watching your video’s everyday to improved my english.thanks again.

Sunday, March 20th 2011

Hello Valen!
I realy empressed from your teaching style.
If you could help me in understanding the deference between “Training”, “Education”, “Learning”, as well as “Knowledge” and “Skill” it will be your kind … on me. Thanks in advance.

Monday, March 28th 2011

Thanks Teacher!

Thursday, April 7th 2011

Can you help me how to use could and can. I know the rules,but some people use the word could in simple tenses, for example you too because I thought we should use the word “could” only in past tenses. I confuse because I want to say more correctly.Thank you for attention!

Saturday, April 30th 2011

How about whom and whose?

Wednesday, May 4th 2011

you’re so fabulous!!! your strategies very awesome…u’re great!!!i’ve learned a lot in different ways…and i am very THANKFUL that i reached your lecture videos…GOD bless!

Sunday, May 8th 2011

hi miss.rebecca very intresting and very understanding your lessons.i am enjoying your lessons.thanks to you.
i don’t understand english form & verbs.please you will learn some verbs or you tell to me other web for verbs.

Friday, May 13th 2011

Hello Dear teacher Rebecca ,
to begin with, all your topics are very useful to us you always do hardworking i really appreciate your time even your modest with.
i love your teaching way it makes English Language more easier than other languages .
Yours Sincerely ,
“Ameen”

Thursday, June 2nd 2011

Hi Dear! I´m from Brazil. I want to say how I enjoy your classes. You´re a great teacher! My dreem is being so good as you are. Thank you so much for your help!

Saturday, July 2nd 2011

thankxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx alot.I’ve been trying to learn more and more from you because you are the best teacher I’ve ever seen :-)

Thursday, July 7th 2011

would you plz tell me ,where to use ,the and A ? thankx

Thursday, July 7th 2011

hi rebecca,
thanks for this lesson .Can “WHO’S” means “WHO HAS” instead of who is ? for instance, I know the person who’s teh key.
cheers

Sunday, July 24th 2011

I can use THAT (informal) instead of WHOSE(formal), right?

Tuesday, August 2nd 2011

Hello, Rebecca i have a question about whom. How to use this word and when?

Tuesday, August 9th 2011

Hello, Rebecca thank you so much for your lesson. I have a question about whom. How to use it?
Thanks

Tuesday, August 9th 2011

no more confuse, i got 10 out of 10. you’re a wonderful female teacher. all the best 4 u.

Saturday, August 20th 2011

Thank Rebecca.
I love your lesson very much.

Do you have time to teach us about “Whom”?
Thank.

Wednesday, August 31st 2011

thanks for your lesson,its really helpful

Thursday, September 1st 2011

hello teacher.please help me.thank you in advance
i really don’t know how i can fill in the blank when reading passages .for example
The company …founded in Santa Monica,California ,in 1978.The original …,Lee Heng and Kavin ,were still students when they went ..business.
..idea was only to earn extra …..It began to grow rapidly and by 1980 profit was over $4 million.
what kind of word we need in a blank,please explain much clearly for me and some example .please

Wednesday, October 19th 2011

Thanks Rebecca.

I interested in your lessons.

Saturday, October 22nd 2011

Thank you

Sunday, October 23rd 2011

hi !!! rebecca,thanks a lot…i learned English Language..im yeah who’s can speak inglish with who’s&whose,whose living in Philippins…

Monday, October 24th 2011

im pinoy whose living in Philippines

Monday, October 24th 2011

hi rebeca i think you’re awesome you really helped me with this subject who’s and whose keep up the excelent work.

Monday, November 7th 2011

respected madam,
i have no words to thanku,
it is true whatever i have lern from you that even i did not get proper when i was in colleage, i am speeach less no word to decribe you thanks a lot god bless you mam

Tuesday, November 15th 2011

my respected teacher,i wish i were a bird so i would be able to fly to you…

Thursday, November 17th 2011

Hi teacher!
Thank you so much for this lesson.I really got it.

Thursday, November 17th 2011

thank you rebecca :) like your all videos :)

Sunday, December 11th 2011

Thanks again, Rebecca. I really like your videos and I try to watch them every morning, 2 times each one. I think how wonderful can be if you will have 1 hour by week or even more to talk with us, by skype or another online platforms like WizIQ or Second Life. I wish to have the oportunity to listen to you live on the weekend, to talk with you, to read together… who know. Thank you again and thank you a lot for all your efforts.

Tuesday, December 20th 2011

thank you teacher for this lesson

Thursday, February 16th 2012

thank you dear I loved each word.

Monday, February 20th 2012

Thank you rebecca for important tips……..

Friday, March 2nd 2012

Thank you Rebecca for such an important lesson………..i was really confused between these two words……..now you have solved my problem……….

Friday, March 2nd 2012

Hi,Rebecca thanks for great lesson.

I’ve a question.

Whose is this bag?
OR
Whose bag is this?

Are both correct?

Tuesday, March 6th 2012

    yes

    Monday, March 26th 2012

hello ma’am can you please make a video that can help me how to understand the differences of using the words “will, and would”?

Saturday, March 17th 2012

i would like to ask what’s the different between who and whom. could you explain the different more specific? thank you.

Monday, March 19th 2012

    As a ready check in such sentences, simply substitute the personal pronoun “he/him” or “she/her” for “who/whom.” If he or she would be the correct form, the proper choice is who.” If “him” or “her” would be correct, use “whom.”
    Jones is the man whom I went fishing with last spring. (I went fishing with him.)
    google for who vs whom

    Monday, March 26th 2012

thanks anon for your answer. it’s helpful.

Monday, March 26th 2012

I´am when to use IT and when to use THERE. Can you please eksplain it for me? (sorry for my bad english)

Wednesday, May 2nd 2012

hi Rebbecca ,i really like your videos and your way of teaching is such pretty but i want you to advise me about the better way to improve my skills ;thanks a lot

Monday, May 14th 2012

Great lesson! i have learnt enough

Tuesday, May 15th 2012

I love your website, it is really good job, and thanks what all you guys are working on it and help around of world for the people…

Thursday, June 21st 2012

thank you robbeca your way of teaching very well

Saturday, June 30th 2012

Hi, Rebecca my English is very bad, but i thank you somuch becouse i understand things from you

Saturday, July 14th 2012

Thank you, Now I see the differences.

Friday, July 20th 2012

    Hello girl, I´m traying to improve my english level… would you like to interchange with me emails in English, will be useful for me.
    Best wishes

    Tuesday, July 9th 2013

Thank

Sunday, July 22nd 2012

Hi Rebecca,
I am learning from your video. It’s really interesting. I need some clarity on the following-
1.when to use shall and will – for e.g which is right- i shall go for play or i will go for play
2.when to use would and will – for e.g i would like to come for dinner with you or i will like to come for dinner with you.
Would appreciate, if you can help in understanding the difference.
With warm regards,
Vishal

Sunday, July 22nd 2012

    Hi Rebecca,Am michael
    I am learning from your video. It’s really interesting. I need some clarity on the following-
    1.when to use shall and will – for e.g which is right- i shall go for play or i will go for play
    2.when to use would and will – for e.g i would like to come for dinner with you or i will like to come for dinner with you.
    Would appreciate, if you can help in understanding the difference.
    With warm regards,
    Vishal

    Sunday, July 22nd 2012

CAN YOU HELP PLS

Sunday, July 22nd 2012

Thanks again.I appreciate your’s coming here.

Tuesday, October 2nd 2012

This video helps a lot especially to those readers or listeners who want to learn more about english. This is it. Thank you for showing this video patiently. I love it.

Saturday, October 13th 2012

thanks rebecca .. I was really confused about these two words .. where should we use these. how we interpret in sentence … thanks again..

Saturday, October 20th 2012

thanks rebecca .. I was really confused about these two words .. where should we use these. how we interpret these words in sentence … thanks again..

Saturday, October 20th 2012

Hi Rebecca. Thanks for your helpful lesson.
I just have one question about the last sentence that you used as an example, ‘Who’s the person whose picture in the paper?’. Does it mean ‘Whose picture is that in the paper?’? I’ve got all correct answer out of 10 quiz but I couldn’t quite get only that last sentence in the video. Could you leave me a comment? and another simillar example sentence if you have one please? I will appreciate it. Thanks. :-)

Monday, October 22nd 2012

Hello Rebecca! please teacher, Can you say me which question is more useful in the real speaking: whose car is this?…. or…. whose is this car?
I hope you can help me! thank you!
Greetings from Argentina

Monday, October 29th 2012

the last comment was mine.
sorry, I wanted to say what question is more common in the real speaking???…which one?
thanks!

Monday, October 29th 2012

thanks…very clear!my students understood it well :) <3

Wednesday, November 21st 2012

very helpful…thanks a lot Rebecca

Monday, January 28th 2013

Thanks for this video lesson, :-)

Tuesday, February 12th 2013

thanks mam.

Sunday, February 24th 2013

So interesting lesson…thaks a lot Mrs Rebecca…I could clarify my doubt….

Tuesday, March 5th 2013

rebecca please help me !
how to make a question using who???

Thursday, March 14th 2013

Rebecca,

I´m confuse about the aplication of the “whoose”

The situation is: there is a pen on my desk, and I´m trying to find the owner of it.

Which sentence is correct?

Whose is this pen?
or
Whose pen is it?

Tks!!

Saturday, June 1st 2013

Thank you very much for your lesson, this is really helpful for me, thanks a lot

Monday, July 1st 2013

nice! 10/10 :)

Tuesday, August 27th 2013

Thanks for your clear explanations

Wednesday, September 4th 2013

Rabecca, you’re a such good teacher!!!
Thank you so much for the great classes.

Friday, October 11th 2013

Rebecca, thank you!
I can understand what you say because your speech is so clear.
I’m learning!

Saturday, January 25th 2014

i usually get 100 point on your lesson that you teach . you’re really fantastic

Friday, February 28th 2014

Hi Rebecca,thanks a lot for helpful lesson
take care

Sunday, April 6th 2014

Hi Rebecca thank you very much you have great still of teaching

Tuesday, April 8th 2014
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