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Hi there!
Great lesson teacher. It’s really useful. carry on doing like that. congratulaiotns for your initiative.

Sunday, December 14th 2008

    Thanks Euripedes garcia, for the comment and using the site.

    James

    Wednesday, January 14th 2009

      james !!!!! hi ? i’m korean ! but i live in canada
      if u have time i want to meet in canada
      can u teach me face to face ?
      i was surprised!!!!!!!!!!! ur lesson is good!!!!!!!!!! really really i want it !

      Wednesday, September 11th 2013

    Hi James,

    I did a question some days ago about the other Conditionals and you didn’t answer it. How can we be in touch to solve doubts? I’m registered.
    thanks

    Saturday, October 17th 2009

      all the thank for you my best teachers

      Tuesday, April 24th 2012

    could you help me with will& would (difference)

    Thursday, December 26th 2013

Hi, James!
I have a question.
in imaginary sentence, Do I always need “V2B”?
I hope Christmas holiday will be over soon!

Friday, December 19th 2008

    Hi Rieko,

    No, you don’t always have to use the “V2B”

    You have to have the dependent clause in the past tense and use would, should, could, or might in the main clause.

    The “V2B” is a special case when used in the imaginary tense, as mentioned in the video.

    Hope this helps.

    James

    Wednesday, January 14th 2009

      Hi I like your video lessons a lot. Thanks a lot , James. I didnt know that in the main clause in the second conditional to express imaginary situation I could use should , could , and might. Can you give me an example

      Thursday, October 14th 2010

      in short, we always use V2B in imaginary form…?

      Thursday, April 25th 2013

      Hi, James. I have a problem with this subjunctive past. Can you tell me what is the difference between
      “What would happen if I did not remember things?”
      What would happen if i were not? to remember things?

      Tuesday, March 11th 2014

Hi James!
Thanks again for another helpful lesson.

Can you please give me a short idea on what “V2B” means?

Thanks.

Saturday, January 10th 2009

    Well Nilo,

    As you have seen, it has a unique form when used in the imaginary tense.

    It is the only verb with a different form for the first person, the third person singular, and the plural/ second person forms.

    Ex: I – am/’m
    S(he), It – is/’s
    You, We, They – are/’re

    It is also the auxiliary verb used with the present continuous.

    Wednesday, January 14th 2009

thank you very match . i will be see all your video in the futur

Monday, February 2nd 2009

this sentence is right: if I were president I’d change the world

Wednesday, February 11th 2009

nice lesson
but what about the third condition?

Friday, February 27th 2009

can u make some lessons on how to use would and could?

Tuesday, March 3rd 2009

realy you are skilled teacher
thank uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

Sunday, March 8th 2009

hi James

your lessons very useful to me, please could you tell the difference between the imaginary would and the will in the past tense

Wednesday, March 11th 2009

hi, there~
I’ve just seen your lesson about conditionals. I can say it’s goon enough.

and I wonder… why didn’t you make a video lesson about 3rd conditional sentence, zero one as well.

I hope you make it so soon.

one of those who wait for your lessons.

Tuesday, March 31st 2009

Hi James,
Thanks for the lesson. i have a question. if a condition is given, will that affect the answer would or will? Example as below:

We can see light because of the carotenoid pigments present in the retina. If these pigments were not present in the retina, we _will/would_ be blind.

what should be the answer? thanks

Wednesday, July 29th 2009

Big tks to u, James !

Friday, August 14th 2009

Thankyou Sir for helping me out of this thing

Friday, August 21st 2009

thts realy help me

Saturday, August 29th 2009

Hi James, your lesson is help me . thank you very much:)

Saturday, August 29th 2009

Hi James. I love your classes!
There are many Conditionals (in regreted or imaginary situations, in the present, in future and now). You do not gave that lesson or I couldn’t find them?) . I’m needy of this urgently, please.
thanks a lot

Saturday, October 10th 2009

thank you mr.james you are the Best Teacher Thank’s again

Friday, February 19th 2010

hi james,this is first time i join you..thank you for your all help.god bless you.

Sunday, February 21st 2010

hi James,u did a great job n your way of teaching is supurb.i have learnt a lot from u but i would like more explanation about conditional n imaginary sentences.what is a major difference between if+will and if+would.

Monday, April 26th 2010

The class was very helpful. Thank you for teach me. Engvid is the best english site that I have found, because of the teacher´s quality.

Thursday, May 13th 2010

hoohhhh my godness, I didn’t know I were . . he were a good student , , , if you were a girl I fu,,,,,..

Saturday, May 22nd 2010

thanks james

Wednesday, May 26th 2010

this site is very interesting and helpful. thanks a lot! ^^,)

Friday, May 28th 2010

hi james, I understood your lesson about conditionals however, I do not understand which is the difference among will and would when they express typical behaviour

Friday, June 4th 2010

hi James, I understood your lesson about how to use if clauses. But I would like to know more about between and among.
Thanks

Sunday, June 6th 2010

thank man that is easy dody from egypt byyyyeeeeeeee

Monday, June 7th 2010

hi james,
How could i master basic english grammar without being sleepy during studying?
Thanks!

Friday, July 2nd 2010

hello James :)

i like this lesson, but can i ask u one question?
i do not know can i but i’m asking ^^
i do not understand this thing: i saw that there was written:” if i WERE a smarter man, i would be rich” why did u use WERE….i had been learning in school that i+ to be(in the Past.S) = WAS
is it wrong?
this situation make me confuse…please help me with it…)

Thanks a lot )*

Friday, July 9th 2010

    Ruslana, James explains this at about 3:20 in the lesson. If you want to study more about this topic, please read about the SUBJUNCTIVE form in any English grammar book.

    Friday, July 9th 2010

      oh i am so sorry, forgive me my inattention … and thanks for help =)

      Friday, July 9th 2010

        Of course. Thanks for using the site.

        Saturday, July 10th 2010

Congratulations…….you are a great teacher!!!!!

Tuesday, July 13th 2010

Hi, James, I like you smile=) Just keep smiling=)

Sunday, August 15th 2010

thank you.you are a very good teacher

Monday, August 30th 2010

Thank You James

Sunday, September 12th 2010

no entiendo nadaq hablo español

Thursday, September 23rd 2010

thank u james…

Saturday, September 25th 2010

let’s listen to the song ” If i were a boy ” of Beyon C . You will know exactly what is imaginary sense .

Friday, October 8th 2010

    But I hate Beyonce and that type of music!

    Saturday, October 9th 2010

      i think the other lyrics of the songs are don’t have gramar..

      Thursday, June 23rd 2011

Hi James, thanks for the lesson, you have really been very helpful. I like your teaching style, I’m so glad there is a site to help indivduals who have trouble with english.

Friday, October 8th 2010

Hi Comrade James.
I am very glad with you lovely lessons, iam a sudanese residing in Juba the capital of Southern Sudan. it’s really my pleasure to express my gratitude to you my teach, i wish you all the best

Monday, October 11th 2010

Hi james,
I have doubt with what’s the difference between could,would,should. I hope you will rectifying my doubt.

Tuesday, October 26th 2010

thanks for help you are a great teacher

Wednesday, November 3rd 2010

hello there… it’s such a good thing that i could find a video like this. it’s very helpful. honestly, i understood the lesson perfectly. to whatever extent or degree, i hope it is possible for you to give a short teaching demo about the following topic: will/would in the ‘if’ clause. although i know the rules about this, i want to learn more.

Thursday, November 4th 2010

really luv ur videos!I really need help in understanding different types of clauses and phrases and tips to identify them!!

Saturday, November 13th 2010

Dear Mr.James:
I am working hard to improve my English language skills now a days and I have discovered that http://www.engvid.com is really helpful for English learners. I always watch your online lectures with a great interest; they are really remarkable. if you explain the use of “would have been “in one of your upcoming lectures. I will be very grateful.
Please do this favor to all new English learners and me.

M.Raheel. Zuberi
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Wednesday, December 1st 2010

Thanks

Monday, December 6th 2010

Hi Mr.James. I am glad to improve my english language by your great lessons.
FOR ME, you speak a little bit fast. but i will try to pick everything because still im new. My language is “PERSIAN”. Best of luck Mr. James.

Tuesday, December 14th 2010

I really like your style in teaching …
and am asking to add the ” Would have + been ”
how can i use it ?

Mr.MohamED

Saturday, December 25th 2010

Thanks a lot,it helps me to remember this grammar better.

Friday, January 7th 2011

If I were to watch a lesson per day, I would really become a smart english student.

Wednesday, January 19th 2011

hello teacher
when ever i read English i had too much confusions in my mind but now teacher i’m satisfied n know more than before after watching ur videos on Engvid.Sir . plz don’t mind let me say that u r my favorite teacher .i can write but speaking skill needs improvement.Sir im from Pakistan. its my wish to talk with u once .
plz dont mind .
thanks n grateful forever Sir.
Thanks

Thursday, January 20th 2011

you are the greatest teacher I have ever seen

Sunday, January 23rd 2011

I am very Grateful To attend you lessons, there are all understandable, I really Appreciated
God be with you

Thursday, January 27th 2011

thank you james

Saturday, February 5th 2011

Thank you.If I were able to see this video when I was young,my English would be better then now.

Tuesday, February 22nd 2011

hi how are you doing sir thank you too mush i wish to pesent more for enghlish please i wanna find out diferent of would be and should be

Monday, February 28th 2011

super! you are great!! congratulation:)!

Saturday, March 5th 2011

Hello James,

Sometimes people use sentences like:

It would be pleasure to meet in person.
I wouldn’t do that.
I would do that.
etc

Here, is would targeting to future? what actually happing here. I often get confused with usage of would. Could please upload a video just for the simple usage of would instead of using in conditional.

Thank you for your future effort in advance.

AJ

Monday, March 7th 2011

lovely website , its realy a nice moral service for English Language

Tuesday, March 15th 2011

Hi James
Thank you for your lessons, you´re an excellent teacher. Hey one question, do all videos have tests?? I ask you because I didn´t find it in this video.

Best regards, from Bogota, Colombia.

Wednesday, April 6th 2011

how about “would have”?

Wednesday, April 13th 2011

Where are the quizzes??????????????????????????????/

Sunday, May 1st 2011

Ahhh… now i know it..thanks for the viseo it really helps…
actually its very confusing… huh? but i tried to listen…

Sunday, May 8th 2011

Salam James,
Thank you for this useful lesson. But, I want to say that “was” is used instead of “were” in some grammar books?!!! So what’s the best one to be used?

Monday, May 9th 2011

Hi James,
Can we use suppose to instead of should? I would be really grateful to u if you explain to me the different between suppose to and should.
I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Thanks so much.

Thursday, May 19th 2011

Hi, James!
What’s the difference between “would” and “could”?

Saturday, May 21st 2011

Dear Jame,
I have one question to ask you explain me about how relationship between first, second, third condition and hypothesizing. You can see at OXFORD Upper-Intermediate Third Edition (page:151)for making sure to respond my questions. Thank you so much.

Piseyseth from Cambodia

Sunday, May 22nd 2011

hello James…ur lessons are really great.I like watching them.I’ve a question…what’s the difference of these 2 sentences:”I wish I were taller” and “I wish i would be taller”…thanks a lot..

Saturday, May 28th 2011

thanks james for the great leeason and ilike wathing your lectur?

Thursday, June 9th 2011

Iam living here in coatzacoalcos veracruz mex.
and Im learning english whit you guys,Im 47 yeas old, congratulations,muchas gracias

Friday, June 10th 2011

Phenomaenl breakdown of the topic, you should write for me too!

Thursday, July 7th 2011

cristal clear james, but it is possible to say: if you study english harder, you WOULD be a good student. thanks!!

Friday, July 15th 2011

hello,teacher I have one question,how often do you refresh your lessons ? PS. thanks for yor lessons

Monday, July 18th 2011

it was really useful thank u james

Saturday, July 23rd 2011

cant we use this sentence “if i WAS a smarter man ,i would be rich

Sunday, July 24th 2011

    yup..this is true in my opinion :D

    Friday, September 23rd 2011

    you can but it is used more in familiar language.

    Friday, December 2nd 2011

Thank you James. You are wonderful teacher.

Tuesday, August 2nd 2011

Dear sir,
i can not take the classes so i want a book for english
thanks
shamsherkhan

Wednesday, August 17th 2011

thanks :)

Thursday, September 1st 2011

Hello and thanks a lot because of yoyr video, Sorry I have a question, is this question form of the imaginary conditional?” Would it be all right if I went home early tonight?.Thanks a lot, bye bye

Tuesday, September 6th 2011

Hello.
I’ve seen in video example: If E were to study he would be a good student.
Does sense of that sentence differ from “if E studied he would be a good student” ?
Is my example grammatically correct?
If yes, what do we need “V2B to” for?
Thanks.

Sunday, September 11th 2011

hi m.r james i’m glad that we have teacher like you..but i have question i know passive voice is used when you dont know who did the action but when you say : james was tagged in my photo..why dont we say james tagged in my photo..i will be really glad if you answer me thanks!

Friday, September 23rd 2011

thx a lot mr

Saturday, October 1st 2011

Hey James! Thanks for this lesson. But i’ve got one question. Can i remove the parts of the sentence like this?:
“I would make it another way, if i were you”

Thursday, October 13th 2011

the explanation is very clear>> Thank you^_^

Friday, October 21st 2011

Hi James . thanks for useful lesson but can I have my point? sorry , I think after would we have to put infinitive without :”to”

Monday, October 31st 2011

Hi James,
Wouldn’t this sentence be like that: If E studied, he would be a good student?
I didn’t understand the first clause. ( If E were t study)
Would you mind explaing it for me? If so, I will be really glad. Thanks a million.

Thursday, November 10th 2011

Could you please a make a video about conditional 3 and the mixed conditional? I’m particularly interested in the latter. Thanks in advance.

Wednesday, November 23rd 2011

Hello Teacher. How are we going to use the zero infinitive?

Thursday, November 24th 2011

Hi James,

Thanks for teaching the way we understand. You taught us:

If + will= conditionals
If + would= imaginary

I want to know about “If I had studied harder I would have passed the exams”.

Kindly explain

Saturday, November 26th 2011

If E were to study, he would be a good student. For the first time in my life I saw were+infinitive. . . Could anybody here explain me how it works? Thank you in advance.

Sunday, November 27th 2011

hi james…you are very nice and effective teacher…can u teach me how to write report..

Friday, December 9th 2011

Thank you! :)

Thursday, December 15th 2011

HI james,
I’m a student of English and I’m preparing The FCE exam, you are of a great help for me. I love your way of teaching, I’d like to have a course about writing articles. Thanks a lot.

Friday, December 16th 2011

Thank you..

Sunday, December 18th 2011

Hi James, Thank you for thr helpful lesson.
I would like to ask – why did you write “If E were to study…” and not “If E were Studying”?
This structure (“to study”) sounds weird to me.

Monday, December 26th 2011

Thank you very much for the job you do here for us!!!
I’m going to take IELTS where punctuation is important but it is still double Dutch for me. I would really appreciate if you could explain the punctuation rules in conditional sentences.
Why are there commas in some sentenses and no commas in others?
Thank you very much!

Tuesday, December 27th 2011

Hi James,I just found engvid few days ago.It’s great to refresh my English.
And you are a really great teacher.I wish,I could find some similar websites for another languages like German,Italian and French. Thanks

Tuesday, December 27th 2011

fantastic

Saturday, January 7th 2012

Hi James, I have a question:

I know that there are only tree conditionals the 1st , 2nd, and 3rd, but I have found on internet a website which mention the following clasification for conditionals:

Present real conditonal
Present unreal conditonal
Past real conditonal
Past unreal conditonal
Future real conditonal
Future unreal conditonal

http://www.englishpage.com/conditional/conditionalintro.html

So I would like you explain us whether that kind of clasification is correct or not and how it is related with the 1st-2nd-3rd conditionals that everyone knows.

thanks

Wednesday, January 11th 2012

Hi James,

After watching your video, I read so many books. For imaginary, every one used “were” after I.
If I were you……
(here why can’t we use was?)
Can you please drop me mai.. Bcz, I didn’t get the answer for this in anywhere…
plz..
plz…

Thursday, January 26th 2012

Hi, James
I’d like to ask you about how to use wish and imaginary situation ?

Thanks.
Your video student, from Laos.

Saturday, February 4th 2012

when ı foun this site ı really be happy.ıt is usefull.ı just learn english.ı am a teacher but you re better than me.

Saturday, February 4th 2012

hi James
i really like your lesson its helpful

Tuesday, February 14th 2012

thank you very much for this video!

Wednesday, February 29th 2012

[…] You can also watch this video about using if, we we are learning about in Unit 9 Share […]

Tuesday, March 6th 2012

I thank you very lessons and I study English literature and became in the second year and formed a weak in grammar in English and I almost lose my studies that I found your website this who planted in my heart, hope, and then decided to continue in my studies of literature.

Friday, March 9th 2012

That’s cool James. Thanks for the good lesson.
Cheers,

Saturday, March 24th 2012

I like your teaching

Tuesday, March 27th 2012

thank you

Saturday, March 31st 2012

Hello teacher,,

I like ur lesson very much and I can understand with you!
ButI need more ditailse about this leasson becouse I start studay the conditional sentences with 1st, 2nd, ampnd 3rd conditional which are talking about present to future, unreal preanent, and unreal past.

Sometimes with mixed conditional sentences and I get confused a little bite.
Could you please help me in this grammar.

Thank you,

Tuesday, April 10th 2012

Very nice James!!
You have done a great work!!
Because i was curiously in search of How and where Will and Would be used? but I couldn’t find it.
But in this lesson, I have found this.

“If i were find(found?) it, I would never take your lesson” :)
please correct my mistakes in the aforementioned sentence….:)

one question that if “would” always be used only with “were”? please tell me a few bit about this…

Thanks James…

Wednesday, April 11th 2012

Very nice James!!
You have done a great work!!
Because i was curiously in search of How and where Will and Would be used? but I couldn’t find it.
But in this lesson, I have found this.
“If i were find(found?) it, I would never take your lesson” :)
please correct my mistakes in the aforementioned sentence….:)
one question that if “would” always be used only with “were”? please tell me a few bit about this…
Thanks James…

Wednesday, April 11th 2012

Thanks. It is a good lesson!

Wednesday, May 9th 2012

Thank you so much james! I love your lesson.
but I have one question. I have no idea what diffrernces between ‘will’ and ‘would’.

will -> the boy is studying, so he
will be a good student.
would -> the boy is not studying, but if he were to study, he will be a good student.

I understood it in this way, but is it correct?
tell me anyone who knows about it.
always Thanks :)

Thursday, May 17th 2012

thank you so much for your lesson

Friday, May 18th 2012

Why did you not put a quiz?

Saturday, May 19th 2012

Its damn good lesson!

Tuesday, May 22nd 2012

Its a very good lessons….its usefull and also needed to all person…thank you james…!!!!

Monday, June 11th 2012

thank you James I’m always listen to your lessons but my question I need more about vocabulary so vocabulary IS my problem .

Saturday, June 23rd 2012

very usefull web site homies

Tuesday, July 3rd 2012

u r really great i hav some questions.which topic shd b taught first?active passive or clauses or conditionals

Tuesday, July 17th 2012

plz let me know i would b much thankfull to u.

Tuesday, July 17th 2012

u r great!bundle of thanks

Tuesday, July 17th 2012

Thank!
Your lessons really wery useful.
Could you please explane how to make opposite of word.
I know that it is possible with “re”,”in”,”im”..
But when use which? Is there any rules?
BR.

Tuesday, July 24th 2012

hi.
you have the best lesson ever.

i have question is imaginary mean samrthing that did mot happen but would happen?

Tuesday, August 14th 2012

WOW I LOVE IT!

Friday, September 7th 2012

wonderful Explain

Sunday, September 16th 2012

i really love you teacher you are the best you were the one that helping me thanks a lot

Wednesday, September 19th 2012

afnan from iraq

Wednesday, September 19th 2012

hey James,
It is really productive lesson for me.

Tuesday, September 25th 2012

and… the quiz??

Tuesday, October 2nd 2012

hi james I have question

If I were to study
If I studied
what is diffirance between them?

Saturday, October 6th 2012

Its a pleasure watching this video James..

You made my day. :-)

Thursday, October 25th 2012

thanks James ;)

Friday, October 26th 2012

Thank you for this lesson james

Thursday, November 1st 2012

Hi James
it is possible to do the lesson about mixed conditionals?I think they are useful as well…

Monday, November 5th 2012

Hello James,

I have a question related to this lesson.

Whenever we use “will” in the conditional sentence type 1, the result is 100% certain or just a likely situation??? There are two examples as follow:

A: If I study, I will pass the test.
(Maybe I will fail it even I study, it is
a likely result that I will pass it)

B: If you stop eating, you will feel hungry.
(It is 100% certain of the result.)

So, I am confused if the result clause is 100% certain or just a string likelihood if we use “will” in type 1 conditional.

Thanks.

Tuesday, November 13th 2012

:D

Monday, November 26th 2012

Thanks James,

Sunday, December 16th 2012

hi james.first of all you are really the best dude, thank u for all these effort to teach us english.
and i have a question,when i was listening to u i can understand nearly everything that you say but when i was watching an american movie or something like that,it is really hard to understand everything that they say and sometimes it really feels me bad and desperate. why does it happen?do u have an idea? what is the difference between your and their speech?
thank u again best wishes.

Tuesday, December 25th 2012

hi Jams could i ask you question?
I want to teach my sister the role of like +ing
could you tell me what are the best ways that can be used to make her understand?
thank u

Monday, December 31st 2012

Hi! James
i like this lesson i have gotten the difference between those two words. Again thanks

Thursday, January 3rd 2013

Thanks James, awesome lesson…

Sunday, January 27th 2013

Nice lesson!) But I have a question: is there always ” to be”? I mean as it is in the sentence ” If E were to study…”? And if it’s ” should ” or ” would “, it will be without ” to “, right? I hope I understood right…thank you! =)

Tuesday, February 5th 2013

I understand this lesson – Thomas from Poland

Wednesday, February 6th 2013

Ty very much james

Tuesday, February 12th 2013

Thank you for your lesson !

Monday, February 18th 2013

Hi james sir,
can u make some quiz on this lesson?

Wednesday, February 20th 2013

Hi James,

Could you please offer us a quiz of this interesting lesson?
I love your lessons!!!
Thank you
Best wishes

Friday, February 22nd 2013

nice lessons.
thanks for all the engvid.com teacher’s

Monday, February 25th 2013

hi sir… i have a question..
could we use the word COULD in imaginary or WOULD is only the right word for imaginary?!… thanks

Friday, March 29th 2013

I don’t understand this lesson

you can make other video
explaining this topic :S

Monday, April 1st 2013

hi…. I have a question.
I want to use if with this sentence “they didn’t have a map. they got lost”
I need to know which of these two kinds I have to use.
Thank you.

Wednesday, May 1st 2013

    “If they didn’t have a map,they would be got lost”

    Tuesday, August 20th 2013

Thanks for the lesson and please can you explaine the lesson of conditionnel type 1 and 2 for me please i have an exam after 7 days thank you very much

Saturday, May 25th 2013

Thank you so much, James.

At the lessons that I do, I ever leave a big comment. That’s the form that I found to improve my english writing. How you can see, I’ve got to study so much to it.

This lesson was very useful for my english stage. Will, would, were… Those are very confusing words for me to my everyday use.

If I understood this lesson, Now I will expand my english conversation capacity.

If I were a beginner student, I would watch this lesson immediatly.

See you, James!

Thursday, May 30th 2013

thank you

Wednesday, July 31st 2013

Great james thanks a lot

Sunday, August 11th 2013

İ have a q for the first conditional sentences we must always use will could may must? what about should?can we use might ınstead of may or could instead of can i know about past tense but another teacher said some thing i got confuse

Sunday, August 11th 2013

    We can use modals in two ways :
    FIRST USE(their first meaning)
    SECOND USE(for degree of certainty)
    I couldn’t get what is your actual question?
    Please elaborate it. :)

    Tuesday, August 20th 2013

Thank you James! Useful lecture to me

Thursday, August 29th 2013

Hi teacher James, Great lesson as always, Could you please explain me a little bit about past unreal conditional inverted form? That confuses me a lot. Thanks in advance ;-)

Wednesday, September 4th 2013

From a movie:
I’m just trying to create the space for wisdom.
Person 1: Okay, so you’re like Buddha, if he wasn’t so enlightened.
Person 2: And you’re like Jesus, if he was arrogant and all of his miracles were fake.

How “If” is used here ?

Friday, September 13th 2013

    Okay, so here “if” is being used to describe imaginary situations. It’s funny because it starts out as a compliment, but by adding “if…”, it turns into an insult.

    “You’re like Buddha/Jesus”…but an imaginary Buddha/Jesus who is the exact opposite of the real one — unenlightened instead of enlightened, arrogant instead of humble.

    Does that help?

    Friday, September 13th 2013

I got a doubt! You said that when it is imaginary you use If + were. In an example that you show us, you said If I were to study harder I would be … Can I say: If I were studying harder I would. Thank you very much for the video

Wednesday, December 18th 2013

Awesome class! :D

Thursday, January 2nd 2014

Thank you Jmaes it was very interesting lesson. Cheers BOSS.

Sunday, January 5th 2014

nice
and greetings for all

Saturday, January 11th 2014

great
but I have a question about (had had) and (could)
When we can use them in conditional?

Friday, March 14th 2014

Thank you James, you’re very charming ;)

Monday, May 26th 2014

Thank you.

Saturday, June 7th 2014

Thanks a lot for the lessons.
James can you explane me the words “Must” and “Have”, please….?

Friday, June 27th 2014

Perfect *-*
You are the best!

Monday, July 21st 2014

thank you for the lesson!! it is much esier for me to use “if.. will-would” in the right way!!

Tuesday, July 29th 2014

Excellent class, you only forget to add a quiz, to reinforce what I’ve learned

Thursday, September 4th 2014

hi, I have a question because I don’t know that i understood good this lesson.
If I have that sentence:
Let me know IF you know what time WILL you have a train OR: Let me know if will you know what time have you train.
which sentence it good or maybe both are wrong
(btw sorry for my english but I just start learning)

Sunday, November 16th 2014
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