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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
Choose the correct sentence.

Choose the correct sentence.

Choose the correct sentence.

Choose the correct sentence.

Choose the correct sentence.

The plan was for you to buy some groceries on the way home. When you got there, the supermarket was closed.
How could you express what happened?

Two friends had made an appointment to meet with a lawyer. The lawyer cancelled at the last minute.
How could you express this situation?

It was your turn to drive the children to school. When you woke up, you felt very sick.
How could you describe this situation?

Diggle: Weren't you supposed to send them an email?
Felicity: ____________.

I was supposed to ____________ for the items.


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212 Comments on “English Grammar: “supposed to” & “going to””


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Helpful lesson. Thank you Rebecca.

Friday, July 17th 2015

    You’re right Yaoqian, this is helpful information for us to communicate more effectively.

    The examples on the video helped us to understand much better how to talk about changed plans.

    Excellent lesson Rebecca!

    Saturday, July 18th 2015

      kkk
      Regino, you are always here..
      kk

      Congratulations for your attendance!
      Hugs!
      :D

      Sunday, July 19th 2015

    Welcome to Canada! I wish you the best in your new life and am sure you will do well as you are taking responsibility for your own success by watching these English-learning videos! Whenever people take the initiative to improve their own lives, they can achieve more than they ever imagined. My best wishes to you!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

    You get a interesting nick name ‘yaoqian’.
    It has the same pronunciation as Chinese word ‘want money’

    Thursday, October 29th 2015

Thank You , Teacher Rebecca!

Friday, July 17th 2015

Very nice lesson indeed. h

Friday, July 17th 2015

dear Rebecca, could you or yours collegues plan a specific lesson about GET and GOT, especially GOT (past tense) with its several meanings?

Friday, July 17th 2015

    Here, I got it for you!

    http://www.engvid.com/english-vocabulary-get/

    We have a few other lessons which focus on various uses of get/ got /have got, etc. Just type what you’re looking for in the search bar in the top right corner, above the main video. All the best!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Hi, Rebecca. Good to see you again. Thank you very much for your lecture.

Friday, July 17th 2015

teacher Rebecca, I heard a song; “If I were a boy”
why the song used “were” instead “was”?

Friday, July 17th 2015

    Hello Alfred,

    Very good question!

    Actually, in CONDITIONAL-type sentences containing “IF” (the sentence you have referred to) we normally use the “were” also for the singular, that is, with I/he/she/it/Peter/my sister etc.

    “If I were a boy” is NOT a real situation, but a conditional clause. Also, note that Rebecca’s examples are actually NOT conditional sentences.

    EXAMPLE:
    If I were you, I wouldn’t travel to that country now. There have been some riots recently.
    EXAMPLE:
    If I were/was there, I’d definitely give her a hug.

    In spoken (that is, not written) English you can use was/were as explained by Rebecca, however, avoid using “was” in “If I were”+pronoun phrases (If I were you, If I were he/him, etc.; he – formal, written, him – spoken). It is considered to be incorrect.

    Check out “Present Unreal Conditional” at this page for more info (most grammar books call this conditional “Second Conditional”)
    http://www.englishpage.com/conditional/conditionalintro.html

    Hope this is a bit more clear now.

    Regards,
    David

    Friday, July 17th 2015

      Thanks, David, for taking the time to help us out. All the best!

      Wednesday, July 29th 2015

    Hi AlfedMz
    maybe this can help you:
    http://www.engvid.com/wish-subjunctive/

    Saturday, July 18th 2015

    Oh. I think that is the structure of conditional sentence.Verb”to be” we must divided into “were”.

    Saturday, July 18th 2015

    As I know, when we use conditional sentence (if…), any subjects have to be used with “were”. Actually, saying “If I was a boy” is correct, but you should always use with “were”. I don’t know why but it’s just what I’ve learned :)) And it’s a very nice song of Queen Bee, too :))

    Wednesday, August 5th 2015

I am happy I got 100!!

Friday, July 17th 2015

Very important thank you very much

Friday, July 17th 2015

Hi, Rebecca! Thank you so much for your precious lesson!

Friday, July 17th 2015

Thank you, Rebecca :)

Friday, July 17th 2015

Hi Rebecca! Thanks a lot for your lessons. You speak very clearly and explain them very well. If possible, could you make a lesson explaining the difference between ‘revise’ and ‘review’? Thank you.

Friday, July 17th 2015

    Thanks for the lesson suggestion! Always happy to hear from another English teacher. All the best to you and your students in Brazil.

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Thanks Rebecca for this lesson!

I was supposed to find out this subject difficult, but you explained it very well and I learnt it with confidence.

Friday, July 17th 2015

    kkkk

    very funny

    :D

    Sunday, July 19th 2015

    Happy to hear it. All the best to you!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

thank you your wonderful presentation. I see it really cleary and easy to understand.

Friday, July 17th 2015

    Great! Thanks and best wishes!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

10/10. thanks so much <3

Friday, July 17th 2015

So simple and easy to understand. thank you so much :)

Friday, July 17th 2015

I got 100, Thanks!

Friday, July 17th 2015

Hello Rebecca! I was supposed to watch a film but your lesson was intrested me and I decided to study English) Thank you!

Friday, July 17th 2015

    You have failed, bro. =)
    Look at here, that’s correctly: *your lesson was interesting and … bla-bla-bla

    Wednesday, July 22nd 2015

rebecca for I as a subject can we use “were” or “was”
after that?
for example: i was supposed to
or
i were supposed to?

Saturday, July 18th 2015

    It’s “I was supposed to” :)

    Saturday, July 18th 2015

    “I was supposed to” is the only correct option in your example. Please see David’s explanation above to understand when we can use “were” with “I”. All the best!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Thank you, Rebecca ^^

Saturday, July 18th 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6fXyyNZ76w
thank you Rebecca ;) this is for you

Saturday, July 18th 2015

    Aww, that’s very kind and thoughtful of you. I took a break and listened to the pretty song, which I had not heard before. Thank you! Music is such a lovely way to relax and learn English at the same time. I am sure you will go far with your creative approach to life and your “can-do” attitude. My best wishes to you.

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

      It is my pleasure,I am so happy because of you.You are the best.

      Sunday, August 23rd 2015

Thank you, nice lesson

Saturday, July 18th 2015

Thank you!

Saturday, July 18th 2015

” You got 10 correct out of 10…. :D ”

thank you very much for the AWESOME lesson Rebecca :)

Saturday, July 18th 2015

I got 10/10. Thank you very much, Rebecca ^^

Saturday, July 18th 2015

    Excellent! Congratulations and best wishes to you.

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

thanks rebecca

Saturday, July 18th 2015

Very cool!!!

Saturday, July 18th 2015

‘no food’ :)

Saturday, July 18th 2015

really helpful video

Saturday, July 18th 2015

It is helpful, thank you for the lesson.

Saturday, July 18th 2015

thank you rabecca for the lesson

Saturday, July 18th 2015

Thank you!
Simple and useful!

Saturday, July 18th 2015

Thanks sister I Got 100 % :D

Saturday, July 18th 2015

100%
It was Simply helpful!!
Thank you Rebecca
I really like your accent and your clear speech

Saturday, July 18th 2015

    Thanks for your feedback. So glad you found the lesson useful. I wish you all the best.

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Thanks a lot, it helped a lot

Sunday, July 19th 2015

helpful person.

Sunday, July 19th 2015

Thank you. It was intelligible, clear and rather simple to understand.

Sunday, July 19th 2015

    Thank; glad you found the lesson helpful. Each little change we make in our lives adds up to a major improvement. A great recipe for growth and success in life. I wish you all the best.

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

      Of course, I meant to write “thanks”!

      Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Thank you so much. I got 10 correct out of 10 after watching your lesson…

Sunday, July 19th 2015

    Way to go! My best to you!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

thank you

Sunday, July 19th 2015

thank u i get it

Sunday, July 19th 2015

Thank you, Rebecca

Sunday, July 19th 2015

Hi Rebecca!
Very nice lesson and quiz, as usual. Thanks!!

Just a little humble idea:
Why not promote the Canadian’s wonders to the world (cities, Nature Parks, cultural sotries, etc. through your videos?

Foreigners (your viewers among others) could enjoy those wonders and learn English in an English Speaking country in the meantime!!
… and maybe you could even make an extra benefit from it, I mean from local governments or the national one, who knows!?

Sunday, July 19th 2015

    Hmmm! That’s a good idea, I’ll pass it on. I will add, however, that not all Canadian culture is in English! Many of our cultural treasures are from/in French Canada. And many English-language Canadian cultural institutions, like Hockey Night in Canada, are spreading to other languages as well.

    Sunday, July 19th 2015

Thank you Rebecca! I got 100%

Sunday, July 19th 2015

Thanks My dear teacher this is my first lesson I,ll try my best in the future

Sunday, July 19th 2015

    Welcome to engvid, my friend. My best wishes to you.

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Thanks for your lesson. <3
what is the different between "I was supposed to called " and "I should call" and "I should have called"?Thanks a lot
Sonia

Sunday, July 19th 2015

    1) I was supposed to call (note my correction)

    This sentence is talking about the past. It means you had a plan to call or had promised someone you would call, but you did not.

    2) I should call

    This sentence is about the future. You are reminding yourself or telling someone that it would be a good idea for you to call or it is necessary for you to call.

    3) I should have called.

    This sentence is about the past and is similar in meaning but a little stronger than sentence number one. Here, the person is evaluating the result of not having called and is wishing he / she had called.

    All the best!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Thanks a lot! Very useful for me

Sunday, July 19th 2015

Thank you very much for your lesson

Sunday, July 19th 2015

I was supposed to feel upset about my dullness, but this lesson was surprisingly simple for me :)
Thank you, Rebecca and other.

Sunday, July 19th 2015

    First, thanks for the feedback. Second, I find it more useful to focus briefly on where I am when learning something new, and focus a lot on the direction I am going. Sometimes we make progress slowly and sometimes quickly. What’s important is that we feel proud and happy to move forward, even a little bit every day. All the best!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

I was supposed to get 100%, but I failed LoL

Sunday, July 19th 2015

    I always liked what the famous inventor Thomas Edison said,

    “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.”

    My best to you!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

      Thank you :) ^^

      Thursday, July 30th 2015

Thanks Rebecca!
your lessons are very useful!

Hugs!

I got 100 on the quiz once more!!

:D

Sunday, July 19th 2015

Thanks,Teacher Rebecca :) that was great.

Sunday, July 19th 2015

i got 100, although this lesson was difficult

Sunday, July 19th 2015

Got a 100! 10Q Rebecca!
I want to tell you that you look very confident,
Thank you again Ma’am!

Sunday, July 19th 2015

helpful and useful lesson:) it was great thanks teacher :)

Monday, July 20th 2015

Thank you Rebecca I am lucky I got 10 correct out of 10. Your meterial online is very useful.

Monday, July 20th 2015

    I like what Thomas Jefferson said about luck:

    “I’m a greater believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it”

    My best wishes to you in creating your own luck!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Hello Professor possible to communicate via email, I have need to you and I want to learn English language

Monday, July 20th 2015

9/10 the truth is every time I make plans they fail. So I use that kind of expression often. “We were supposed to pass the vacations on the beach, but when we arrived a blizzard fell down. .??! ” Strange? Well what I intendant was use the expression, so …

Monday, July 20th 2015

    You are right. We are good, optimistic souls who make plans with great excitement….but sometimes time gets away from us! At such times, these expressions are useful. All the best, Jorge.

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

These two structures are useful to talk about changed plans.This is a very helpful lesson and your explanation was crystal clear,same as usual ;-)Many thanks Rebecca.

Monday, July 20th 2015

very helpful lesson. thank you teacher

Monday, July 20th 2015

Thank you Rebeca

Monday, July 20th 2015

Hello Rabecca
great for wonderful lesson,although I have a little doubt about looking to the future using suppose. may I say>? I am suppose to be there at 6 o’clock.

Monday, July 20th 2015

    I am supposeD to be there at 6.

    All the best!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Thank you for your teaching, Rebecca.

Monday, July 20th 2015

Very helpful lecture. I got 100%. Thank You very mch

Monday, July 20th 2015

Jesus! I’ve got 100!!!

Monday, July 20th 2015

    Hallelujah! My best to you.

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Great lesson, Rebecca, you are a very good teacher..

Monday, July 20th 2015

Hello Rabecca
thanks for wonderful lesson. it was easy to understand. yeh was pap although, I have doubt if I can use in other tense, like (looking to the future)sayingː I am suppose to be there at 6 o’clock. Another question , can we use will as auxiliary or we use only verb to be…

Monday, July 20th 2015

hey dear teacher, what does the phrasal verb “end up” mean????

Monday, July 20th 2015

    I was supposed to go to the party, but I ended up staying at home.

    The phrasal verb describes what actually happened, in the end. All the best!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

thanks Rebecca

Monday, July 20th 2015

thank you Rebecca :)

Monday, July 20th 2015

Excellent! Really thanks!

Monday, July 20th 2015

great lesson. thank you.

Tuesday, July 21st 2015

hi rebecca, what is the difference between I was supposed to do sth and I had to do sth?
thank you

Tuesday, July 21st 2015

    In some ways, they are pretty close, but the second one is stronger and indicates more urgency or importance. For example:

    I was supposed to take my medicine at 5, but I forgot, so I took it at 6.

    I had to register for the conference before I could enter the hall.

    The second indicates no option. It is something you must do, or had to do. All the best!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Thank you Rebecca for lesson.I was supposed to pass the quiz with excellent mark, but I failed and got only 9.

Tuesday, July 21st 2015

    Haha! But you were far from failing. I would suggest you drop that unnecessary word from your everyday vocabulary! All the best, my friend.

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Thank you Rebecca.

Tuesday, July 21st 2015

Thanks Rebeca

Wednesday, July 22nd 2015

Rebecca…listening to you, English seems so easy, so clear…I have a feeling that learning is a process more natural that those long hours repeating things I have done before I found EngVid. Thank you very much for your great job!

Wednesday, July 22nd 2015

    Wow, if we only had a magic pill to speak another language, right? You are right, relaxed learning definitely helps us to learn more easily and effectively. More experienced teachers try to make things more clear because they cut out all the extra words,sentences and noise, which confuse learners. Yet sometimes, intense repetitive learning is also necessary. The trick is to make the repetition as interesting as possible so we get the benefit, without the boredom! My best wishes to you.

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

mam can we use going to with singular subject

Wednesday, July 22nd 2015

Thank you Rebecca,so helpful lesson
I was excited with it.

Wednesday, July 22nd 2015

    Thanks, Ibrahim. A small correction, though. You should say, “…such a helpful lesson”. Please watch this video to master this very common mistake:

    http://www.engvid.com/so-such/

    All the best!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Thank you Rebecca

Thursday, July 23rd 2015

Not too bad for Quit.
Thanks Rebacca.

Friday, July 24th 2015

Hi,
Do these sentences mean same?
I was supposed to get done my homewok by saturday.= i should have done my homework by saturday.

Saturday, July 25th 2015

    Like this, yes, they mean the same:

    I was supposed to get my homework done by Saturday.
    I should have done my homework by Saturday.

    My best wishes to you.

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Hello, please Rebecca Could you please tell me which sentence is correct.
Brazil did not qualify to the world cup.
OR
Brazil was not qualified to the world cup.

Saturday, July 25th 2015

    The easiest way to express this idea is:
    Brazil did not qualify for the world cup.
    All the best!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

good for all the learner

Sunday, July 26th 2015

Thanks very much

posted on 26-Jul-2015

Sunday, July 26th 2015

Thanks. I understood very well

Sunday, July 26th 2015

Thank you for this small lecture .

Monday, July 27th 2015

Great, great, great lesson!

Monday, July 27th 2015

    Thanks, thanks, thanks! And all the best!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

thank you for your lesson.

Tuesday, July 28th 2015

Thank you Rebacca i Killed this exam with flying colors

Tuesday, July 28th 2015

thanks ..

Tuesday, July 28th 2015

Great lesson teacher, I have just a little doubt: may you say ” WE HAD TO…” instead ” we were going to ” or we were supposed to? Thank you very much.

Tuesday, July 28th 2015

    Please see my answer to Gabriele, above. All the best!

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

The best teacher i have ever know!

Tuesday, July 28th 2015

    Thank you kindly for your generous comment. Also, a small correction:

    The best teacher I have ever knowN.

    My best wishes to you.

    Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Very helpful.Thnx teacher

Tuesday, July 28th 2015

Thank you Rebacca.I got Eighty.

Wednesday, July 29th 2015

thumps up teacher rebeca :) ty maam

Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Thank you all for taking the time to send me your feedback. It helps to bring us all closer in an online environment. I would love to answer each comment, but cannot due to time constraints. I do read all your comments though, so thank you and all the best to each and every one of you.

Wednesday, July 29th 2015

Hooray! I got 10/10.Thanks Rebecca…..this lesson is really useful

Thursday, July 30th 2015

Good day!
Thank you for your lessons. It is so helpful. May I ask you the difference between between two expressions “at the lesson” and “in the lesson” and how do you pronouce “hummus”, because I found different varients and I do not know which is correct. Thank You for your help a lot. I will appreciate that.

Thursday, July 30th 2015

Very helpful, Thank you Rebecca!

Friday, July 31st 2015

Thank you Rebeca,awesome Class. Very Good, I got 100, its fun !!

Friday, July 31st 2015

Excelent explanation Rebecca! Thank you so much

Friday, July 31st 2015

Thanks Rebecca
I wasn t supposed to find out this interesting website, now I see myself improving everyday thanks to you

Saturday, August 1st 2015

Hi Rebecca very good explanation about this subject….I was not supposed to learn English but now I know it is possible.

Saturday, August 1st 2015

Thank you so much for the lesson

Tuesday, August 4th 2015

Nice lesson . I really enjoy it.

Tuesday, August 4th 2015

Thank you for the lesson teacher. I’m a happy student. =)

Wednesday, August 5th 2015

There are many detailed explanations in the teaching video,I’m sure I will use this sentence pattern in next exam.Thank for your teaching!

Wednesday, August 5th 2015

Rebecca you are very smart!!! Thank

Wednesday, August 5th 2015

Very nice lesson Prof. Rebecca. I got 100 out of 100. H

Wednesday, August 5th 2015

Thank you very much for this interesting lesson. It’s very helpful, I know now how to express a changed plan in my daily life.
I’m looking forward to your next video, until then, best wishes.

Thursday, August 6th 2015

Hi Rebecca! Does it mean that “was/were going to” and “was/were supposed to” absolutely interchangeable in this case?

Thursday, August 6th 2015

many thanks Rebecca

Friday, August 7th 2015

Hi Rebecca! I have 2 questions that confuse me, I hope you will make them clear to me:
1. “Translation/Translating is not a good way to learn a language.” Which should I use?
2. What does the phrase “as the result of” meaning?
Thank you!

Monday, August 10th 2015

Hello. Thank you so much Rebecca.

Saturday, August 15th 2015

Hi this video was very helpful.
Thank you Rebecca!

Monday, August 17th 2015

Very useful lesson. Thank you.

Wednesday, August 19th 2015

Very useful lesson ,very easily understand by the lecture.
Gread

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

I’m so interesting to solve Quiz.!! I made me challenge all of quiz to correct.

Sunday, August 30th 2015

Dear Rebecca,
One comment: Weren’t you supposed to put a question mark at the end of the sentences “weren’t you supposed to, and weren’t you going to” ?
Yours sincerely.

Thursday, September 3rd 2015

good lesson very helpful

Friday, September 4th 2015

Hi Rebecca,

First of all thanks for the lesson
Thank u so much
But there is one doubt…..
I need to know about more
I supposed to that,you supposed to do that,
I suppose to be there
Will you clarify these by example?
My email:naseermavilery@gmail.com

Saturday, September 5th 2015

Hello, Rebecca! It was really interesting video, but one question kept uncovered for us. Could you please explain difference of meaning between these two examples: 1) I’m supposed to be studying for an exam (but I’m not.) 2) I wasn’t supposed to go by myself. Why did we use different verb forms there? Thank you!

Monday, September 7th 2015

Really helpful, Thank you Teacher!

Monday, September 7th 2015

Thank you for the lesson!

Tuesday, September 8th 2015

I got 9 to 10 :)

Monday, September 14th 2015

Hello you are such a great teacher. I really love the way you teaching us. your explanation is so clear and helpful. godbless!

Tuesday, September 15th 2015

it’s was a good lesson , Teacher Rebecca!

Saturday, September 19th 2015

Thank Rebecca! Useful lesson.

Sunday, September 20th 2015

I got 70 , thanks

Wednesday, September 23rd 2015

I got 7, thanks

Wednesday, September 23rd 2015

Dear Teacher,

This is helping a lot.
i got 9 out of 10

Wednesday, September 30th 2015

thanks. I got 10 out of 10. great. hugs.

Sunday, October 4th 2015

thanks.

Sunday, October 4th 2015

Thanks, Rebbeca!! I got 100!!!

Wednesday, October 7th 2015

Thanks I got 9 out of 10

Sunday, October 11th 2015

Could you help me ? In what situation “get going” is used.

Sunday, October 11th 2015

    To get going means to get started or to hurry up, so it could be used at work or anywhere else. All the best to you.

    Thursday, January 14th 2016

Diggle and Felicity from the TV Show “Arrow”? ehehe

Saturday, October 17th 2015

thank you very much! Rebecca

Thursday, October 29th 2015

I am happy I got 100%

Saturday, October 31st 2015

I got 10/10. Thanks Rebecca^^

Thursday, November 5th 2015

Thanks teacher. You are special!

Saturday, November 7th 2015

Thanks a lot, Rebecca!

Thursday, November 12th 2015

thank you rebecca i got 8 out of 10 ????

Sunday, November 15th 2015

ty Rebecca for this video.

Monday, November 23rd 2015

Thank you Rebecca…very helpful lesson.

Thursday, December 10th 2015

I was supposed to get that nice lesson before intended my exam , I was really busy

Friday, December 25th 2015

Everytime that i see your lesson i feel blessed… i can’t find out words to explain it… Thanks again to shared this amazing lesson with us. I got 10 out of 10 and this is possible for your help my dear professor. By the way about questions for a moment i thought structure could be: ” wasn’t or weren’t supposed to or going to” plus
subject plus the rest of statement, instead to : “subject plus wasn’t or weren’t supposed to or going to” plus the rest of statement.”

Regards.

Friday, January 1st 2016

    Thank you very much for your kind comments, JGeorge. It means a lot, especially from a fellow teacher. By the way, the key to making a breakthrough in your writing is to have someone check and analyse it, so you can identify your mistakes and work on overcoming them. I wish you all the best in reaching your goals in the year ahead, especially since you took the time to write on January 1st! My best wishes to you.

    Thursday, January 14th 2016

Thank you so much Rebecca

Saturday, January 2nd 2016

Great 100% Thank you so much Rebecca for your lesson. All is clear

Friday, January 8th 2016

Hi! This was my first lesson here! I love it! Thanks!

Sunday, January 10th 2016

    Welcome to engvid, Pedro! I wish you all the best.

    Thursday, January 14th 2016

Thank you kindly for this excellent lesson.

Thursday, February 4th 2016

Your lessons are always helpful 😀Thank you

Saturday, February 6th 2016

Thank you Rebecca. I have 10 ;))

Tuesday, February 16th 2016

Hi Rebecca,Thank you very much for this lesson .
it was realy helpful as always.

Thursday, February 25th 2016

You´re a great teacher!…thank you so much Rebecca :D

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

Honestly, I have to say that I’m falling in love with your lessons. I keep wondering how you make it as simple as possible. That’s unbelieveable. Regards from Indonesia.

Thursday, March 10th 2016

Hi Rebecca. I like your classes , I have improved day by day my confidence levels. thank you

Sunday, March 20th 2016

So useful lesson, thanks a lot.

Friday, April 1st 2016

thank you Rebecca

Tuesday, April 5th 2016

Thank you very much, Rebecca)) 10\10

Thursday, April 7th 2016

Helpful lesson. Thank you.

Monday, June 13th 2016

Great explanation,Rachel, as usual. Thanks.

Thursday, July 7th 2016

thank you your explanation was very clear!

Saturday, July 9th 2016

I was going to study last night,but I got home late.
I was supposed to check my mail box today,but I changed my mind to check tomorrow. Thank you for your great lesson, Rebecca.

Monday, July 18th 2016

Thank you Miss.Rebecca your explanation has been very clear

Friday, August 19th 2016

Thanks Ms Rebecca for this lesson.
your explanation was very clear

Thursday, September 8th 2016
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