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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.
Recently, housing markets have experienced a major _______, with prices reaching higher than $1 million in many areas.

Although every government tries to run its economy on a ______, most end up spending to a deficit instead.

A CFO, or Chief Financial Officer, is responsible for a company's ________ strength.

After a slow start to the year, the economy finally showed signs of recovery in the third _______, growing by close to 1% from July to September.

A period of negative economic growth that lasts two consecutive quarters is technically called a _________.

Governments and businesses set a _______ for the following year in order to control their spending.

Analysts have predicted that the current housing _________ will soon burst, as prices have reached too high for most people to afford.

A _____ occurs when a government spends more than it makes in revenues over the course of a year.

While _____ has raised prices on almost everything, salaries have remained stagnant, leading many people into debt.

Anything that you owe someone else is called _______.


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190 Comments on “English Vocabulary: How to talk about the economy”


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Hello Adam.
I made 9 out of 10 . I mistook question about company’s fiscal strenght .
In French we talk about company’s health . May we say ” company’s fiscal health ” or ” company’s financial health ” .
Thanks .

Thursday, December 17th 2015

    hey, I’m from vietnam. so nice if we can learn English together, my skype is: lehaianh94@hotmail.com

    Saturday, December 19th 2015

      good idea

      Friday, December 25th 2015

      This is a good start to understand the complexity of our country’s economy and its financial situation.

      But let me tell you something Adam, it’s not that easy for a layman like us to comprehend what’s really occurring in our domestic economy when there is no a real link between the official discourse –what the mass media says in this respect – and reality.

      For instance, there have been a number of economic, financial, and even educational reforms in Mexico that claim that our economic growth and development are imminent since considerable foreign investment is pouring into the country.

      However, the fact is that all this does not reflect on people’s purchasing power –i.e. better wages – and much less on the quality of goods and services provided, better standards of living.

      How do you account for all this Mr. Benn?

      Thanks a lot for sharing your knowledge on this subject.

      Regards

      Saturday, January 2nd 2016

        Hi Regino,

        Hmmm… where to begin? Firstly, the word imminent–this is a subjective word. To investors, this might mean in the next 5-10 years. To the man on the street, it would be preferable if it meant next week.

        Secondly, if you want to really know what’s going on, the mainstream media is probably not the place to go looking for answers. Look for respected bloggers who are not constrained by affiliations to political parties. Mostly it’s a judgment call on your part whether to believe what this person has to say, but that’s the case with just about everything in this information age. :)

        Mostly, though, from hat I hear and read about the conditions in Mexico, it’s hard to say who’s in control there and therefore what is actually happening.

        Monday, January 4th 2016

    Hi Tsamp,

    Yes, fiscal health is also a common term in English.

    Monday, January 4th 2016

Tough topic even in our mother tongue. Anyway, you have given us some useful tools to cope with this stuff. Thanks Adam

Thursday, December 17th 2015

Very good lesson as usual. Thanks a lot!

Thursday, December 17th 2015

Hello, thank you for the lesson! There is a question, that nobody have given an answer to me and I couldn’t find it in dictionaries. My specialization by education is “Taxation”, there is a subject, that is named as “Fiscality”, in my Diploma (or Certificate). Would you tell me please what is the difference between Taxation and Fiscality?

Thursday, December 17th 2015

    I’ll be honest Roman, I’m not a specialist in this. What I can gather from looking online is that taxation is part of fiscality in that fiscality is the creation of fiscal policy, or making fiscal considerations, which include taxation.

    I assume, though, that your library would have books that deal with this topic in more detail. I’m sure, as well, that your teachers will be glad to help you out if you ask them.

    Monday, January 4th 2016

      Thank you for your answer, Adam. But I got my education in Russian language( I am Russian-speaking) in Moldavian institute. My teachers of this topic spoke Russian and Moldavian( Roumanian) That time I didn’t know English. Maybe for Fiscality and Taxation we use the same Russian word- налогообложение(nalogooblozhenie). As I can see Fiscality probably means the idea, the system;but taxation – the mechanism.

      Monday, January 4th 2016

        It could be that Roman. I’m not an economics major, so I can’t say for sure.

        Wednesday, January 27th 2016

Economy is a very complicated field but fortunatly your lesson was clear. Thanks.

Thursday, December 17th 2015

Thank you Adam.

Thursday, December 17th 2015

Adam always doing a great job!!
Nice work. Thank you Adam!!

Thursday, December 17th 2015

Adam, I cannot thank you enough for the video, that is so comprehensive. Could you please make videous about phrasal verbs!

Thursday, December 17th 2015

    Hi Dmytro,

    We already have plenty on the site. Type phrasal verbs into the search box at the top of the page and you’ll see a whole list :)

    Monday, January 4th 2016

Hi, The Secret Adversary is a Agatha Christie´s book where Tommy says this phrase to Albert: “Can you report this in the proper quarter?” Considering it is not related with financial matters, could you clearing up what it is suppose to mean? It is a free book easily searchable on Google. Tks in advanced. Adauto

Thursday, December 17th 2015

    Based on context I’m going to guess that it means something like area or district?

    Friday, December 18th 2015

    Hi Adautobank,

    I also believe, based on context, that it means place. In this case, probably an official place such as a district office, or something like that.

    Monday, January 4th 2016

      Hi Adam, It makes full sense now. Thanks a lot.

      Thursday, February 11th 2016

Great lesson Adam. Thanks a lot

Thursday, December 17th 2015

thank’s a lot Adam for this lesson

Thursday, December 17th 2015

thank’s a lot Adam.
Please, can you give us a lesson on :
– meeting,
– public service,
– how to read statistic
Thank you Adam

Thursday, December 17th 2015

    I’ll see what I can do Lotfi :)

    Monday, January 4th 2016

Always thanks a lot!!

Thursday, December 17th 2015

Adam, you are a good teacer. What happend with your shirt ?

Thursday, December 17th 2015

Hi James.

As usual very usefull lesson.

Actually the real problem of deflation is the decrease of the consumption. It could seem strange, but there’s an explanation. Consumers see prices going down and down, so the expectation is let’s wait for the better price. In this meantime companys don’t sell their products and services. Profits go down and inevitably unemployment tend to goes up.

Thanks.
Angel

Thursday, December 17th 2015

    I think you made a mistake of his name… He is Adam, not James!

    Thursday, December 17th 2015

    Thanks for the explanation Angel. :)

    Monday, January 4th 2016

Hi Mr Adam! This class was awesome and i say it because it’s a subject which everybody affect and are few people that enjoy to talk about it. Here one! In my country, unfortunately the economic is bust for a long, i mean every quarter the inflation attacks our pockets, even when our government has excelente economists and they give excellent budgets, they don’t listen at all… our currency is the one most down in the world. Of course we don’t produce because the few companies has left the country and we always have a deficit for everything sometimes we wish at least a stagnation.

Regards!

Thursday, December 17th 2015

    Hi JGeorge,

    Yes, it’s very tough down there. I hope things get better there soon :)

    Monday, January 4th 2016

By the way… I know about “Mr” goes with name and last name or just last name…. I think you have never said your last name. I guess it’s in orden to personal security.

Thursday, December 17th 2015

Great lesson as aways, Adam! Thank you!

Thursday, December 17th 2015

Thank you, Adam !

Thursday, December 17th 2015

Thank you very much Adam. However, I don´t agree with you in the explanation of inflation/deflation. These terms are not related to wages, but only to the price of goods and services. What you mean relating prices and wages is called purchase power as you said. It can be inflation with high wages (that is the most common situation), and also with low.
I´m sorry for being a bit fussy, but I do love Economy :)

Thursday, December 17th 2015

    No worries Knopfler. It’s good to get more ideas and knowledge here. Thanks for that :)

    Monday, January 4th 2016

Thank you again Adam.

Thursday, December 17th 2015

Very good lesson. Can I say crisis instead depression? These two words mean this same?

Thursday, December 17th 2015

    Hi Witcher,

    No, a crisis is a particularly bad situation that has immediate effects. A depression can be a crisis, but an earthquake, a famine, war… all these can be crises as well.

    Monday, January 4th 2016

Hi Adam, thanks for this new vocabulary!!!

Thursday, December 17th 2015

Thank you Adam, it was a handy class,it was very clear to me your explanation, clear as a bell, but when I went to the quiz my score wasn’t so good, maybe because this area is huge related with a subject that in my country is named accounting,which is not rare for you…But it´s not my favorite,In any case I could learn much more than I knew it about this topic, thanks. A big hug

Thursday, December 17th 2015

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Thursday, December 17th 2015

This lesson is important for us to have a basic of understanding of economics. Thank you so much, Adam :)

Thursday, December 17th 2015

Thanks for helping us! You’re so great!

Thursday, December 17th 2015

    Hello dear,

    I’m deeply interested in improving English and i would like to speak it as native.If you have the same determination we could help each other.Here is my skype id :hamid.abdi90 , you can add me.Hope you get back soon to me.

    Best Regards

    Saturday, December 19th 2015

      T3naaab everywhere why a 3NIba mchwhna whereever we go why?!

      Tuesday, December 29th 2015

        hi i think you are harik you can speek turkish too
        helal olsun sana :)

        Wednesday, January 20th 2016

        Hello
        Hope you are doing well.Why did you say that words?
        I’m here to improve my English and if you read all my comments on this website you will find that i’m deeply interested in exhanging with people around the world.Not only with girls but with everyone who is interested…You can also add me ton skype.

        Hope you will get back soon to me there to talk more about that.

        Best Regards

        Wednesday, January 20th 2016

Thank you Adam, your lesson is very useful for everyone who want to learn english and business.

Thursday, December 17th 2015

Hi Adam,
Thank you very much for this great lesson. I always learn and enjoy your fantastic lessons.
May I give you some suggestions?
In this lesson the definition of each word was effortless. However, In my opinion, it will be better if you give the definition, one example in a sentence and a few collocations of each word.
Could you please prepare more advanced, interested vocabulary lesson. For instance, lessons about society, pollution, environmental, education or technology.
Thank you
Thiago from Brasil

Friday, December 18th 2015

    I’ll see what I can do Learner :)

    Tuesday, January 5th 2016

Adam ,
Something that has nothing to do with you lesson but that can help me .
I am always confused when to use “to” or “for” . Example :
– thank you to help me
– Thank you for helping me
What is the correct sentence ?
Thank in advance

Friday, December 18th 2015

    Hi Tsamp,

    The correct one is ‘thank you for helping me.’

    Try this video:
    http://www.engvid.com/to-or-for/

    Let me know if it helps :)

    Tuesday, January 5th 2016

Great job,Adam.You made these complicated concepts easy to understand.I was quite confused with some of these concepts but now it is all clear.I loved your fantastic explanation.I think it has been an interesting lesson as always.Thanks a lot for all your outstanding efforts :-)

Friday, December 18th 2015

thanks for your job!)

Friday, December 18th 2015

It is very useful for me!
Thanks a lot!

Friday, December 18th 2015

    Cute baby!

    Saturday, December 19th 2015

    Hi Anna. Would you please let me ask you a question ?

    Tuesday, December 29th 2015

      Hello soei!
      of course, please.

      Tuesday, December 29th 2015

        Is this nice chid your own child?

        Friday, January 1st 2016

          Anyway , if she is, say my personal hello to her and kiss her forehead.

          Sunday, January 10th 2016

great as usual

outside the lesson …. can i ask about your tattoo ?
What are the words??

Friday, December 18th 2015

    Hi Reemabousaid,

    It says littera scripta manet (the written word remains)
    :)

    Tuesday, January 5th 2016

the difHello Teacher,
What is the difference betHellos ween speed and rapidi
thanks
ference between speed and rapidity?
thanks

Friday, December 18th 2015

    Hi Fahdbensalman,

    For the most part, they can be used interchangeably in many cases. The main difference is that speed is abstract, while rapidity is definite (speed can be slow or fast, while rapidity is quickness only). Rapidity, a a noun, is also less common than speed, while rapid (adj.) is more common than fast when talking about an action.

    Tuesday, January 5th 2016

Adam You are one of the intellectual teachers i have ever come across. your way of teaching is commendable.you really cleared my mind with some of the technical economic terms i was unfamiliar with and i hope more of your lessons come soon….keep on doing good work

Friday, December 18th 2015

Hi, Adam! It was a very useful lesson! Thank you!

Friday, December 18th 2015

Good! Good class. Thanks Adam.

Friday, December 18th 2015

Thanks, Adam.
But I’ve got one question:
‘In 2008-2011, …’ or ‘Between 2008-2011,…’
which one is correct?

Friday, December 18th 2015

    Sorry, one more question.
    ‘The news says….’ or ‘the news said…’
    which one is correct?
    Thanks in advance.

    Friday, December 18th 2015

      Sorry, I get one more question. :(
      ‘at both sides’, ‘on both sides’ or ‘in both sides’
      which preposition is correct? at, on or in?
      If they are all correct, what is the difference?

      So total 3 questions. :(
      I would appreciate your help.
      Thanks in advance.

      Saturday, January 2nd 2016

        on both sides is most correct if we are talking about position. (the grass is green on both sides of the fence)

        Tuesday, January 5th 2016

      Technically, the news can’t speak, so the newspaper (today’s) says…. Yesterday, it said ;)

      Tuesday, January 5th 2016

        or… “they said on the news that…”

        Tuesday, January 5th 2016

          But what does ‘they’ refer to?
          Thanks.

          Thursday, January 7th 2016

          they = anonymous people, or the prevailing idea. It doesn’t actually refer to anyone.

          They say it’s going to rain = I think it’s going to rain.
          :)

          Wednesday, January 27th 2016

    Hi Sophie,

    Between 2008 and 2011
    From 2008 to 2011
    From 2008 – 2011.

    In 2008 only.

    Tuesday, January 5th 2016

Hi Adam, you are my favorite teacher…and i have a question…Please explain how to use the phrase ”IN FAVOUR OF” in many occasions also with the several meanings…. I saw this in a letter…i really don’t understand that how to use this.. i would be grateful….

Saturday, December 19th 2015

    Hi Amanda,

    The committee voted in favour of the proposal. (voted for the proposal)

    My dad got rid of his jet-ski in favour of a motorcycle (to be replaced by a motorcycle)

    The vote was 110 to 75 in favour of Bill (110 voted for Bill)

    Does this help?

    Tuesday, January 5th 2016

      yes ADAM, this is fair enough… really understood greatly this time.. thank you very much…. thousand thanks…. ( and nice tatoo :)

      Tuesday, January 5th 2016

thank you man. You explained more than our economic teachers

Saturday, December 19th 2015

thanks Adam

Saturday, December 19th 2015

The last question was tricky, Adam :-D It rhymed so nicely with another word.
The usual sneaky and humorous teacher, he he he…

Sunday, December 20th 2015

Thank you Adam, always a great and interesting lesson.

Sunday, December 20th 2015

Hi Mr Adam. I am a new member of you’re website from Iran. I saw some videos of you and I love you’re intonation very much. I heard that for improve our speaking we should speak like a person that I love its intonation and I love speak same as you. Do you can say to me that could I have free download of your videos in this site? I should say my listening is fragile but with listening to stories of BBC software I feel that it improved a little bit.
Best Regards
Reza

Monday, December 21st 2015

    Welcome Reza :)

    I’m afraid these videos aren’t downloadable, but I will get more information to you if anything changes.

    Tuesday, January 5th 2016

    Hi Mr. Reza,
    Would you please tell me what you mean when you say: I heard that for improving our……… ” I think this is weired ! we should speak right and we should be oureslves if we try to imitate , we will lose our goal ,I think . Best regards: soei

    Sunday, January 10th 2016

Great lesson.
Thank You

Monday, December 21st 2015

THANKS ALOT

Tuesday, December 22nd 2015

It’s an amazing lesson. Congratulations Adam

Tuesday, December 22nd 2015

thanks

Wednesday, December 23rd 2015

Thanks Adam!!

Thursday, December 24th 2015

Hello, Adam!
Thank you for your work and the useful material that you share with us.
Many times I’ve visited engvid just to check if there’s a new video about phrasal verbs with BRING came out… I remember the same lesson from you about TAKE phrasal verbs. It hass come in handy!

Can I make my contribution in the pile of requests you already have and ask you to create a video about BRING phrasal verbs?

P.S. I apologise for the poor English of mine.
With respect,
Anastasia from Russia.

Friday, December 25th 2015

    I will get on that Anastasia :0

    Tuesday, January 5th 2016

      :)

      Tuesday, January 5th 2016

Hi, I’ve just signed in can i have any contact with you or the website, it’s really important.tnx

Saturday, December 26th 2015

    Hi Z,

    You can send an email to langvid dot com if you have any questions.

    Tuesday, January 5th 2016

Thank you

Saturday, December 26th 2015

MERRY CRISTMAS ADAM AND A HAPPY NEW YER!!!

Saturday, December 26th 2015

    Thank you Katrin. To you as well :)

    Tuesday, January 5th 2016

SORRY NEW YEAR!!!

Saturday, December 26th 2015

Hello good morning ladies and gentlemen,wishing you have a nice sunday,i ‘m new here to start learning

Sunday, December 27th 2015

    Welcome Tanimharunaibrahim :)

    Tuesday, January 5th 2016

Hi sir,

I’m Naga Kumar. I need your help on improving my English skills

Sunday, December 27th 2015

    That’s why we’re all here Naga :) Feel free to ask questions.

    Tuesday, January 5th 2016

thank you sir

Monday, December 28th 2015

your way of teaching are very interesting ,also your quizes ! thank you very much.

Tuesday, December 29th 2015

    …..IS….

    Saturday, January 2nd 2016

This lesson is so useful, because when we go to the bank or when we read an business article, we hear those words always. Thanks.

Tuesday, December 29th 2015

Hi. Adam. I m beginner of English. And right now I m going to learn English through your website but I m confused where I start. Which lessons I do First and what thereafter.plz reply me ASAP. I need help???

Tuesday, December 29th 2015

    Hi Neeraj,

    Start with all the beginner lessons. There is no set plan here, so do as much as you can and as often as you can.

    Good luck :)

    Tuesday, January 5th 2016

hi Adam thank you for your amazing lessons

Wednesday, December 30th 2015

Good Lesson, thanks!

Wednesday, December 30th 2015

Hi dear Adam , actually I’m very happy to your lessons and it will increase my language , i get 5 of 10 from this quiz but i will try to develop my self to speak with people very well ,

thanks in advice

Sunday, January 3rd 2016

Hi,Adam.Thank you for your lesson,but I have one question that I try to figure out is “What is the difference between boom and surplus??”, I think both of them mean the economy is good and in growth.

Sunday, January 3rd 2016

    Hi Ariel,

    Boom means a fast and big increase ( in the economy, in a particular market, etc.). Surplus means you made more money than you spend and have extra at the end of the year. Both are generally good (though can be bad for some people).

    Does this help?

    Tuesday, January 5th 2016

      Thank you,Adam!!I get it, surplus is about money,right?which means if I earn more than I expend that is surplus.

      Monday, January 11th 2016

        Not only money. It can be about things as well. Think of wheat. If I harvest more than I pre-sold, then I have a surplus that I can sell again or use myself.

        If an oil well contains more oil than was expected, then the extra is surplus.

        Wednesday, January 27th 2016

you are a good teacher. I am enjoying it. Thank u.

Monday, January 4th 2016

Thanks Adam for this lesson. I should have watched your video before I watch “The Big Short”. That movie was quite a challenge with all the economics words !

Monday, January 4th 2016

    Yes, Florence, but a good movie no less :)

    Tuesday, January 5th 2016

Thank you everyone. Happy New Year :)

Tuesday, January 5th 2016

Hello Adam ,

Thank you for the link you’ve sent to me about using “to” or “for”
As you asked me I let you know that it has really helped me . However I must work it out because my mind has never used to it correctly.
One thing that is not explained in the video , is that we must use the ing form after “for” .
Am I right?
Thank again

Tuesday, January 5th 2016

    Hi Tsamp,

    Not necessaily. You need to use a noun, which could be an -ing form (gerund)

    I asked her for help.
    I thanked her for helping me.

    Wednesday, January 27th 2016

Thank you very much Adam. I hang on everywords you said to me. This is the best site I ever saw in my life to learn English. And again thanks for your support. 😊

Tuesday, January 5th 2016

hi, Adam, i left you comments yesterday but there is no reply. i do not understand, are you doing private online tutoring or not? i was enquiring the price for the oral practice. if you do , let me know. my skype is : chenhongfeifei

Wednesday, January 6th 2016

    Hi Feifei99,

    I’m sorry, but I do not do online tutoring.

    Wednesday, January 27th 2016

Hello, Adam.
I want to know if we use ‘already’, do we have to use present perfect? Can we use other tense?
e.g. Long time ago, the process of globalisation already exists.
Use present tense here, is it correct?
Thanks in advance.

Thursday, January 7th 2016

    Hi Sophie,

    The process of globalisation had already existed a long time ago.

    You can use ‘already’ with all the tenses.

    Wednesday, January 27th 2016

Hi Adam,
I speak English continuously and very fast. I don’t able to control the flow of speaking.Some times I may not control the speed, Then automatically some of words may get pronounced wrongly and very fast.
so what can I do for that?
How can I control the speed while talking in English?
can I have some tips?

Thursday, January 7th 2016

    Hi Naga,

    How about just slowing down? Take a breath, clam yourself and try to think of each word as you say it. I don’t think this is an English issue, to be honest.

    Wednesday, January 27th 2016

Thanks Adam!

Friday, January 8th 2016

Excellent Lesson, Thanks alot

Saturday, January 9th 2016

hi, I’m from korean. so nice if we can learn English together, my skype is: jerodis10@naver.com

Saturday, January 9th 2016

Hi Adam,
Can you make a series about how to write different kinds of essays such as argumentative, compare and contrast, etc?

Sunday, January 10th 2016

    I’ll see what I can do Bassam :)

    Wednesday, January 27th 2016

I have 100por 100 thank you i am very confident hhhhhh

Monday, January 11th 2016

I love studying the Economy! It’s great to learn new words and expressions in order to understand it better while reading and article or watching the news! :D

Monday, January 18th 2016

Thank you, Adam! I got 100 % in the quiz only because of your perfect explanation. The economy isn’t my strongest suit.

Wednesday, January 20th 2016

Thanks Adam! I like this lesson. Unfortunately, i only get 9 from 10 https://kidovatov.wordpress.com/2016/01/21/how-to-talk-about-the-economy/

Thursday, January 21st 2016

Hi, Adam.
First of all, I wanna say thank you, because of all your efforts.
Second, in my opinion, I think you should teach vocabulary as well, not only grammar or IELTS.
All of your lessons are either about grammar or IELTS.
There is a tutor on youtube named “Niharika”, she is teaching a lot of vocabulary in a way that we don’t forget. but unfortunately, she is not native English speaker.
It would be great if at least one of you great native teachers teaches us that things in that way.
Best regards.
Mohsen Barati.

Friday, January 22nd 2016

Thanks alot , very useful to know the vocabulary and the economic meaning of each word

Sunday, January 24th 2016

Love your lessons. like your accent and i understand it.

Monday, January 25th 2016

    i agree with you Loly, Adam’s accent is very clear

    Thursday, June 23rd 2016

Thank you Adam.

Monday, January 25th 2016

thank you for this lesson!!!

Wednesday, January 27th 2016

Great lesson Adam.
Thank you very much!

Wednesday, January 27th 2016

Hi Adam! Can you make a second part? Please!!

Thursday, January 28th 2016

Good course.

Saturday, February 6th 2016

Thank you very much ….. good matter

Monday, February 8th 2016

Thank you, Adam. Your lesson is very helpful for me.

Wednesday, February 10th 2016

Hi guys! Hello Adam.

Friday, February 12th 2016

Guys do you know how to download a video from the website?

Friday, February 12th 2016

I am really learn new expressions from this lesson thank u so much mr adam

Sunday, February 14th 2016

Hi Adam,
Thanks a lot your efforts to give more active expression and I benefits a lot from you. In fact, your english is very clear and more active and stay in our mind to use it when you talking or reading magazine or watching television. God bless you
Anmar

Wednesday, February 17th 2016

It’s very effective to study new vocabulary through your video.
Thank you very much.
PS 10/10

Sunday, February 21st 2016

hey adam,

i want to know how will we get to know which letter is silent in a particular word like “b” debt. it really confuses me at times.

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

thank you adam you are very good

Saturday, March 12th 2016

Hello Adam! Thanks for your lesson. I really like of the way you teach. Please keep teaching more topics abou economy and business at all.

Saturday, March 12th 2016

Thanks Adam,this lesson is awesome.

Sunday, March 20th 2016

Thank you Mr Adam
This Lesson was very useful.

Saturday, March 26th 2016

Hi Adam you are great person to learn English I have tried many of different videos but I could not like them. All of them was boring…again thank you for all

Monday, March 28th 2016

thanks

Thursday, March 31st 2016

Adam, thank you so much for your lessons! I’ve been studying English for 6 or 7 years already, but I’ve never seen such an amazing teacher like you! Although you are in Canada, you can explain everything just through videos being a supertutor for us (supertutor means more than superman btw!). Thanks from Russiaaaa!

Saturday, April 2nd 2016

Thank you Adam!!! 9/10, getting better but need more practice om vocabulary.

Tuesday, April 5th 2016

Thanks a lot😀

Tuesday, April 5th 2016

Hi Adam,

It is a good learning from your tutorials. I need to know much more about vocabulary used in accounts. Thanks

Friday, April 15th 2016

Great lesson as usual, cheers

Friday, April 22nd 2016

my first 100…!!!

Monday, April 25th 2016

Good lesson, I am intrested in learning english specially writing and speaking… can speake my skype id is shoaib_qau

Thursday, April 28th 2016

my first 100…!!!

Friday, May 6th 2016

hello Mr Adam
can you upload a lesson about applying for a job and talking about finding a job,salary ,benefits and …
thanks

Monday, May 16th 2016

Thanks Adam , I must tell you that Brazil is in Depression whit na amazing increase in the Budget/GDP relation!!!!

Sunday, May 22nd 2016

Whoaaaaaaa…. I got 10 on 10 correct..100!! :)
Hi Adam..Your lectures are very good and helpful… keep up the good work!!

Thursday, June 2nd 2016

thank you Adam

Saturday, June 11th 2016

thank you teacher

Thursday, June 23rd 2016

a useful lesson

Thursday, June 23rd 2016

Dear teacher Adam,

Thank you for helping me. Could you please explain again what is “bubble” and “depression” by word cause i can’t hear clearcly. I’m very sorry.
I hope to hear from you soon.
Thank you.

Wednesday, June 29th 2016

hello adam how can i comprehend tough english sentences?

Thursday, June 30th 2016

i have a misunderstanding between stagnation,recession and depression .
if the economy declined for 2 quarters it’s called a recession , if it’s declined for 2 years we called it depression , When we called it stagnation??

Friday, July 22nd 2016

Thanks Adam!Very intresting subject!

Sunday, July 24th 2016

Thank you Adam, you teach me many business words that I benefit from them very much.

Thursday, July 28th 2016

Adam, can you please upload video which would contain information regarding how to deal with any type of essay in IELTS.
Hoping for positive reply.
Thank you Adam

Friday, July 29th 2016

thankyou so much Adam, it’s really help.

Saturday, July 30th 2016

Thanks @dam, a great master;-)

Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

hello adam I’m student in economics so I’d like to downlaod more economic video from your site, so how can I get it?

Thursday, August 11th 2016

Great lesson!

Thursday, August 11th 2016

thanks Adam for your amazing business lessons.

Friday, August 12th 2016

It was a great lesson! Thank you, Adam!

Wednesday, September 14th 2016
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