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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.
I didn't like the story, but I __________ like the characters!

Alexis: Why is he late?
Leonard: Well, he ________ say he had some things to do.

I don't know their mom, but I __________ their dad.

I don't like milk, but I __________ yogurt!

She doesn't have a car, but she __________ a bus pass.

Ashley: Alex finished all of the soup!
Rick: Well, he __________ soup.

He doesn't like to watch television shows, but he ____________ watching movies.

I can't afford it, but __________ to buy a house.

Michael: Do you think he would like a dog for his birthday?
Tom: He _________ animals.

I don't watch MMA, but I __________ pro wrestling.


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272 Comments on “Grammar: Using DO and DID to make a strong point in English”


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It is an interesting lesson,I really do like it.BY the way,I do like to ask you about the base verb and infinitive when it stand after subject.for example(the the door remains to open during the business hour or the door to remain open during the business hour)are they different or exactly the same,I HAVE AN option to pick uy either one.thanks

Monday, February 29th 2016

    “The door to remain open during business hours” is the correct form here. “Open” is used as an adjective in both cases, so you can’t say “The door remains to open during business hours” in this case.

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

      Alex, help me! I didn’t understand,if I were write this sentence I’d probably say: The door remains open during business hours. What’s the wrong with it?

      thanks

      Tuesday, March 1st 2016

        I think there’s a hidden verb in that sentence. “The door (is) open during business hours”.
        Such abbreviated forms are often used in commands (army), in replies to commands and on information boards.
        Somebody will correct me if I’m wrong. :)

        Tuesday, March 1st 2016

          Thanks for help me! Good studies for you :)

          Thursday, March 3rd 2016

        Nothing at all. :) That’s a good sentence.

        Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

          thanks Alex! :)I got it

          Thursday, March 3rd 2016

        Very interesting teaching point for a lesson Alex, but how about adding emphasis or contrast in progressive tenses?

        Thanks for your useful and timely comments.

        Regards

        Monday, April 18th 2016

      You said ““The door to remain open during business hours” is the correct. I know “Open” is used as an adjective. But, why do we need a “to” here? I thought it needs to change to “The door remains open during business hours”. Thanks.

      Tuesday, March 1st 2016

        “The door to remain open during business hours” is not something you would normally say, but it’s something you would see on a sign outside of a store. It’s incomplete grammatically and is missing “The door IS to remain open during business hours.”

        “The door remains open during business hours” is absolutely correct. :)

        Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

          Got it. Thanks Alex.

          Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

          :)

          Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thanks

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    No problem! Thanks for watching and commenting!

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

In order to emphasize more strongly a sentence, can we add the adverb “really”? I mean, can I say “We really do need your lessons to improve our English” ?

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Absolutely! Nice addition to the lesson, Canardo.

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

Thank you..Teacher Alex!!!

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    No problem! Thank you for watching, Jolly Jolly.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

8/10 but I will practice . Thanks, Alex !!!

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Still a good score. Keep practicing!

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

J’ai vraiment apprécié cette leçon. Merci.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    De rien!

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

Thank you Alex. Hi from Athens.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Hello from Montreal! Thanks for watching.

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

nice, i just realized that DO always win against TO BE, like DOES LIKE not DO LIKES or DOES HAVE not DO HAS.
am i right?

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    After the auxiliaries DO/DOES/DID, you can only follow them with a BASE VERB. Every time. :)

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

      (DO/DOES/DID + V1). noted. thanks

      Tuesday, March 1st 2016

You got 10 correct out of 10.
:D

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Nice job! Now practice speaking what you’ve learned.

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

hi, im a master student from Iran.
at first i want to say thank you for teaching.
and then i wanna say i have a big problem with these words:
1) so as to
2) in case
3) in that
4) as though = as if
5) so far as
6) in order that
7) thereby
8) therein
9) thereof
10) therefore
11) thereafter
12) wherein
13) henceforth=henceforward
14) barnone
15) bar=except
16) as for
17) as per
18) as to
19) much as
20) many as / as much
21) …
what are these words and what do you calls these words in English?
These are really confusing for me. Help me. Thank you.
R.S.V.P.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    There are a lot of websites that could help you answer these questions if you use Google. Some of these are good ideas for lessons, though. :)

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

Thank you so much for English lesson, Alex.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Any time. Thank you for studying with our website, bellatimor!

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

Thank for your lesson Alex

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    No problem! Thanks for clicking, Ukrit.

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

Thank you Alex!!I do like the way you teach ;)

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    And I do appreciate your constant support! As always, thanks for clicking and commenting, knopfler86.

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

Hello Alex, thanks for the lesson.
I would have a question for you. I would know why in the question number 5, the answer “does has” is incorrect.
Thanks again for your work

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    You can only follow the auxiliaries DO/DOES/DID with a BASE VERB.

    I do HAVE…
    She does LIKE…
    He did NEED…
    He does WATCH…

    I hope this helps answer your question. :)

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

      All right ,
      I’ve understood .
      Thanks and I hope that we keep in touch with the next lesson!

      Tuesday, March 1st 2016

Thanks Alex. This was helpful.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Awesome! I’m glad you enjoyed it and found it useful.

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

Interesting lesson and quiz :) Thank you, Alex!

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Any time! Thanks for watching, Happy04.

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

thank you ..

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

Thanks for clicking, everyone! Just a reminder that you can also follow me on Facebook and Twitter.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alex.engvid
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Finally, if you would like to support EngVid, you can donate at this link: http://www.engvid.com/support

We truly appreciate every donation we receive. Thank you for studying with us.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    I don’t have a Facebook account. Everyone keeps asking me to create one, but I don’t want it. Tell me, what am I missing out on it? :D

    I used to have Twitter, but a SOB hacked it. I don’t feel like having it anymore, but the thought to create a new account is still in here. I really liked to tweet, but I don’t think I will have one anytime soon, maybe in the future.

    And lastly, I hope I’m able to donate to EngVid in the future. I hope it’ll be here for a long time. It’s, in my opinion, the best tool on the whole internet to improve our English. I appreciate every lesson and every teacher. I’m not able to support it now, but I will when I feel I can. Sincerely.

    Thank you for every lesson! ;)

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

      That’s very kind. Thanks, Renata!

      On my FB and Twitter, I post English content as well as some pics of books I’m reading, the weather where I am, etc. I don’t know how interesting it is to a lot of people, but many seem to enjoy it.

      Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thank you very much!
I do like your lessons.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Thanks for watching and for studying with EngVid, Vivimi!

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

Tnank you so much

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Any time! Thanks for watching. :)

    Tuesday, March 1st 2016

Why don’t you make a lesson about when do we use, for example: Asian’s soul or soul of Asian

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Hmm, that could be interesting. I’ve never done the research on this topic, to be honest.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

There was my little mistake in a quiz. I did not use “does” while someone did something in the quiz. Now I got it. I did like this lesson. Thanks!

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    No problem! Thanks for watching.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

10correct 10, thanks Alex to clarify how to use them
i got a question about this verb
( to cut somebody out )means to stop somebody or avoid seing somebody ?
I would like you to help me with this
thanks in advance

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    To “cut somebody out” means to avoid seeing someone and basically ending your relationship with them. It can also mean to exclude someone from something they were a part of before. Some examples:

    I think she cut her mom out of her life after moving out. They never got along when she was a teenager.

    You want to cut me out of the deal? I’ll make you pay one of these days!

    I hope this helps a little bit.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

      thank you ALEX to help me with this ,I’m truly grateful

      Friday, March 4th 2016

One of the tips that I DO like ! Thank you very much.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    You’re very welcome! Thanks for watching.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

10 correct out of 10. Thanks Alex. The lesson is very interesting ^^

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    I appreciate that. Thank you!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thank you Alex for this helpfull lesson. I got 10 out of 10!!!

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Nice job! The next step is to use the grammar correctly in conversation.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

I got 10! Very short lesson but this rule is so important!
Thanks a lot Alex! I really do appreciate your way to explain (correct?).

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    “I really do appreciate the way you explain.” :)

    Thank you very much!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Hi Alex! Thanks for great video!
Could you explain to me how to emphasis the negative sentance in present tense? For example, I don’t like something. This sentance sounds as usual without emphasis. In this case we have ‘do’ in negative. I hope I asked my question clearly.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Hmm, good question. Many English speakers will use the non-contracted form of “don’t” and place heavy stress on the words.

    I DO NOT want to go with you!
    I DO NOT need your sympathy!

    You can also use adverbs before “don’t”/”do not” to get your point across.

    I really/totally/absolutely don’t need your help.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Very good lesson!

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Thanks a lot. I’m glad you enjoyed it!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Hi Alex, thank you very much for this lesson! You are a excellent teacher.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    “an excellent teacher.” :)

    Thanks for your feedback, Jacy!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Hi Alex,

You said ““The door to remain open during business hours” is the correct. I know “Open” is used as an adjective. But, why do we need a “to” here? I thought it needs to change to “The door remains open during business hours”. Thanks.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

Thanks a lot I do need some exercices

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    I hope the quiz helped.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

      Sure it did help !

      Thursday, March 3rd 2016

thank’s for your job Alex))

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    “Thanks” is the correct form here. No apostrophe. :)

    You’re welcome, and thanks for clicking.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Hello Alex,

Thank you for your perfect lesson. I do like your teaching methods. Everytime I wait impatiently for your videos as well. By the way, Alex, I want to clarify one thing. Do we need to put comma after “so” when we use it in the beginning of the sentence? For example, “So what we want to do is build a pipeline.” Most of the time, such kind of sentences don’t have a comma after “so”, but sometimes they have. Do we have some rules to differentiate this?

Regards,
Roya.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    I’ve seen both cases, especially in novels. It depends on the effect you want to have.

    “So what we want to do is build a pipeline.”
    “So, what we want to do is build a pipeline.”

    The first sentence is very matter-of-fact, while the second one is more dramatic with a brief pause to get people’s attention before speaking. I hope this helps!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Very good thanks

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    My pleasure. Thank you for watching.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thanks a lot

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    No problem. Thanks for clicking.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Hi Alex, Thanks a lot for a great lesson.
I have a problem about the words: need, should, have/had.
I don’t understand when to use each one of these words in “needful” or “must” meaning.
I’d be happy if you’d make a lesson on this matter.
Thank you very much!

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

Hi Alex,

Thanks for sharing your knowledge with others. This video was really helpful!

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Thank you very much. I’m glad you found it useful.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Hi Alex! Thanks for this lesson. A new way to use do and did on daily conversations, that is really good!!

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Thanks for checking it out and for your feedback!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thanks for this lesson Alex. Do you know about a similar page like this (engvid) to learn French?

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Hmm, I actually don’t. I’ve just been searching for French lessons on YouTube. There are a lot of good teachers and interesting channels out there.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

I forgot that it’s possible to use do or does or did like this, I try to use this technique in my everyday conversation then! Thanks.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Nice! I’m glad I was able to remind you about this.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thank you very much Alex!

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Any time!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

thank you is very easy when you explain this way :)

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    “Thank you. It’s very easy when you explain this way.” :)

    Thank you very much for watching.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thanks Alex for this lesson. I do like your videos.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Thanks for your feedback, sepp57!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thanks for the lesson, I did like it!

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Awesome! Thanks for watching and enjoying the lesson, LauraGF!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Alex your classes are amazing, thanks for sharing your knowledgewith us. I clearly got it!

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    That’s really kind. Thank you. :)

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thanx Alex,

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    You’re very welcome, Hany.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thank you, Alex You’re the best!!!

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Thanks for your kind words, lolacristina!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

I don’t like engvid but I really do like the way you teach and explain to everyone,have a nice day Alex.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Haha. Why don’t you like EngVid? What are you doing here, cuong ta? :) Was that just an example?

    Thanks for your feedback!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

      you are absolutely right,it is just an example.Actually I really like Engvid, ,have a nice day.

      Friday, March 4th 2016

Hi teacher.this is the first time I know this english rule.thank you so much Alex.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    I’m glad you learned something new! :)

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

hi! it was great to watch the video about Do And Does also Did too. i got some doubt about this topic but now a feel better. thanks alex

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    That’s great! Thanks for watching, Denis. I’m glad it was useful for you.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Hi, Alex! Thanks for this great lesson.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Any time, juliocesar1971! Thanks for checking out my video. Love your avatar and the Batman shirt in it.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

      Batman is my favorite hero. Thanks for writing, Alex!

      Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Not bad.
Anyway thanks.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    No problem. Thanks for watching.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

I have some question for you Alex, what do you think about learning english in a country like usa? how much time do I need to stay for reaching a good level? I think that 6 months is enough time to learn well, I would like your opinion alex, thanks for your answer, regards…

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Hi Ruben, this is never an easy question to answer because it depends so much on the person and the amount of free time they have. If you have the time and money to invest in at least 2-3 hours of classes per day for 6 months, you could definitely become functional depending on how quickly you personally retain information.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Simple lesson, but it’s good to remind us to keep using it. :D

See you, Alex!

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Thanks as always, Renata!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

      Thanks for replying to every comment. You reply all. That’s huge. ;)

      Thursday, March 3rd 2016

I have some question for you Alex, what do you think about learning english in a country like usa? how many time do I need to stay for reaching a good level? I think that 6 months is enough time to learn well, I would like to know your opinion alex, thanks for your answer, regards…

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

i enjoy this grammar lesson and i got 100% at my vey first test

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Nice job!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thanks Alex!I’m Brazilian and I do like your videos.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Thanks a lot, sergio!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

10/10, thanks Alex.

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    Nice job, mayfourth.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

8/10. first time i didn’t like studying english, but now i do like it. thanks

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    I’m glad to hear that! Nice job.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

What a interesting and useful lesson! I have heard type of these sentences a lot but didn’t understand. Your lesson do clarify my question much. Thanks so much Alex!

Tuesday, March 1st 2016

    “Your lesson does clarify my question.” You’re very welcome! :)

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

oh I just got 60 marks :/

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    You can always try again!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Plain and simple. I did enjoy the lesson.

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    Nice! Thanks for watching, SergeyIrk.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

I don’t like children, but I do want to have children (give a birth to a child). It’s ironic and contradict itself;however, can I say it in this way? Dear lovely teacher Alex

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    You can, but they’re two weird ideas put next to each other like that. :)

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

      Us women are the most complex creatures…;)
      Thank you sir for taking your time to answer my curiosity.
      I never left comment on the net and never thought somebody would care and give me any reply. Thank you for evoking my feelings of gratification. I love engvid!:)

      Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thanks a lot Alex for this one.I did learn a lot from this video.Moreover,I do like your teaching style and videos as well.See you soon.Take care.

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    You too! Thanks, TEJALKK.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thank you Alex!

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    You’re welcome!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Hi Alex! Thanks for the lesson. I made the practicing test and got 10/10. :)
Greetings from Hungary

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    “I did the practice test and got 10/10.” Nice job! Greetings from Montreal, Canada.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

      Oh, yes you’re right. :) Sorry for the mistake.

      Thursday, March 3rd 2016

I very thanks Alex Igot a 8/10 poni

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    “I thank you very much, Alex. I got 8/10 on the quiz.”

    Nice job. :)

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Nice class, thanks Alex

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    You’re welcome. Thanks for watching and for studying with us!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

I do well on your test. I feel I should study about two hours a day. also need help with my spelling

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    “I did well on your test.” (past)

    It takes time. The more you study, the easier it becomes. It’s like anything else in life – you need to put the time into it to get better.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Finally!!! I have realized the meaning of this particular position for the “do”. Sometimes I find in my books “We do need[…]”. It’s for emphasising!!!! yeh!!
Alex you are Great, your lesson it’s marvellous as always!

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    Awesome! I love reading comments like these. I’m glad I could help you to understand this common structure that not enough people talk about!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thanks. A easy but useful expression.

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    Thanks, RedLO! I appreciate the feedback. :)

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

I assume this is a great lesson but I don’t think this is for advanced thank you so much for this lesson

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    Yeah, I was debating whether to label it as intermediate or advanced, but in the end I decided on advanced because I’ve taught many advanced speakers who didn’t know they could do this.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

    Hey dear Anwar, I remembered you while watching the video. You were the first one to used the verb “did” this way when we talked. It did call my attention.

    Wednesday, March 23rd 2016

Thank you. It was very enlightening.

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    You’re very welcome! Thanks for watching.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

      Now I will be more frequent, another way I can not result.

      Thursday, March 3rd 2016

I do like learn english!

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    “I do like learning English.” :) Nice job!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Hi
I would like to join the class. Can you inform pls.

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

Thanks. I din’t know that do, did and does could be used in affirmative sentences.

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    Voila! That was the whole reason for this lesson. :)

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thank you so much, Alex!
I didn’t spend too much time to watch this lesson, but I did learn absolutely new using of do and did. I got 100% on the quiz, but it is still so strange for me to use do and did in affirmative sentences.
Best regards, Elena.

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    For sure. It takes some time to get used to it, but once you learn it, you’ll probably start to notice it a lot more in English movies, books, TV shows, etc.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thank you so much! It’s really important learn the basic, and you teach very well!

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

Another great lesson, Alex. It was quite useful for me, who often get cofused when something like that come up in eighter a text or a conversation.

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

    I’m glad you found it useful!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

I really like the way you teach. You usually clearly explain in every single lesson. I will be your fan now. Great job!

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

I did learn a new thing today: “You can only follow the auxiliaries DO/DOES/DID with a BASE VERB.” Thank you, Alex.

Thursday, March 3rd 2016

    It’s a very important and basic rule. Don’t forget it! This is true for present and past simple questions, negatives, and statements like the ones in this video.

    “Where did she go?”
    “He doesn’t know what to do.”

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

good lesson, I always like your way to teach english tks

Thursday, March 3rd 2016

    Thanks, Ricky. I appreciate the support and feedback!

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thank you very much Alex!

Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Alex excellence lesson, I always had this doubt, now i can understand clear, so i did like this so much, thank you very much.

Thursday, March 3rd 2016

    You’re very welcome! Thank you for watching and for studying with EngVid.

    Thursday, March 3rd 2016

you are very awesome teacher !

Thursday, March 3rd 2016

    Thanks, xodo13! I appreciate your feedback!

    Friday, March 4th 2016

your lessons do help me improving my English. Thanks a lot. I have a question for you, I need some how to improve my speaking as I find it too hard to express myself or any issue when I speak ( and some times listening), while I don’t find this difficulty when I write. what is the best path that I should follow to improve my speaking, is there a good material for practicing that?

Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thank you a lor, Alex

Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Alex this is my first video in EngVid and i did like lol! very helpful !

Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Thank you Alex.I like your lessons.You are the great teacher.

Thursday, March 3rd 2016

    “You are a great teacher.” This is a general statement. :) Thanks, pavanut2!

    Friday, March 4th 2016

This lesson really help me. Thank you so much.

Thursday, March 3rd 2016

    “This lesson really helps OR helped me.” :)

    You’re very welcome, Swe Swe!

    Friday, March 4th 2016

Hi everyone, hi Alex

Is it ok using grammatically incomplete sentences on web pages content?

For example: All their stuff in one place (instead of All their stuff is/are in one place)

Thank you beforehand

Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Exactly using them in headlines, titles of articles
?

Thursday, March 3rd 2016

I do really like your lessons! thank you so much!

Friday, March 4th 2016

    You’re welcome! Thanks for watching.

    Friday, March 4th 2016

Really good lesson and the most responsible mode to run following comments))thanks a bunch!

Friday, March 4th 2016

    You’re very welcome! Thanks for clicking and for studying with EngVid.

    Friday, March 4th 2016

hello teacher
can you tell me what difference between two sentence
1- a taxi will be here
2-two taxi will be here

Friday, March 4th 2016

Thanks Alex

Saturday, March 5th 2016

It’s awesome! I do enjoy your lessons!!

Saturday, March 5th 2016

I really enjoyed it.

Saturday, March 5th 2016

Thanks for one of the must use full English lesson my dear teacher

Saturday, March 5th 2016

Thank you I needed this lesson because does and do tend to throw me off Thank you again

Saturday, March 5th 2016

This is my second day on this page and i must say, I have never seen better approach for online teaching. Great work.!

Sunday, March 6th 2016

Thanks Alex

Sunday, March 6th 2016

Tank you very much Alex

Sunday, March 6th 2016

Easy, but i did really need it. Thanks. You answered one of my question.

Sunday, March 6th 2016

What is the difference if the sentence says: The door remains opening during business hours?

Monday, March 7th 2016

i just wanna say thank you! Thanks Alex

Monday, March 7th 2016

Great lesson! Alex, thanks

Monday, March 7th 2016

I do like this video, thank you so much

Monday, March 7th 2016

Hi, teacher.
I’m new for here.
You helpe me a lot with your class, Thank you.

Monday, March 7th 2016

Thks Alax

Monday, March 7th 2016

thanks Alex , it was very helpful.

Tuesday, March 8th 2016

90/100, thats good B)

Wednesday, March 9th 2016

thanks for all
great lesson but I belIive need more practice

Wednesday, March 9th 2016

You got 10 correct out of 10.
:D

I used to use this(unconsciously), but I didn’t know that this emphasis meaning of something.
Thanks for tips!

btw. (I don’t know if I write correctly, I was learning grammar long time ago :) )
have a nice day!

Thursday, March 10th 2016

Hi Alex. Thank you for you extraordinary good lessons. I have a request, a suggestion. Could you explain some computer expressions. I’ve head for example, that the word “dump” means something else than usual. It’s a bit confusing these many unrelated meanings of the same words in English.

Thursday, March 10th 2016

    Computer “words” may appear “unrelated” at first, but if you search further, they “do” refer somehow
    to its primary meaning(s).
    I work on IT and I “do” believe it.

    Artur, I “do” also think, you have done a great suggestion. And I “do” hope our trainer Alex will meet the challenge.

    To come back to the re-used “words” (I’ll put them in quotes).
    About example “dump”, if you keep in mind idea of getting ride or rubbishing things.
    That is exactely what the computer does (OS in fact) when a program suffers a “bug”, maybe after it has “looped” for a while…
    The computer “dumps” (“unloads”) the memory
    currently used by the failing program.
    The dump can be a blue “windows” with hexadecimal values of “registers” or also a file.
    Computer throws these esoteric data not in a really friendly way, so most of the time we re-“boot” it.

    All that being said, I confess no idea to explain reuse of”boot”. Someone got it ?

    Thursday, July 14th 2016

Great lesson!

Saturday, March 12th 2016

I really thank you Alex,I finally understand this!!

Monday, March 14th 2016

Thanku so much for helping us Alex :)

Wednesday, March 16th 2016

Your lesson always appeals a lot to me. Thank you for your all perseverance.

Wednesday, March 16th 2016

Thanks, Alex! A very interesting lesson! 10+

Wednesday, March 16th 2016

Alex, i would ask you, why in number five we can say”She doesn’t have a car, but she does (have) a bus pass –not but she does (has) a bus pass.,,,
thank you.

Wednesday, March 16th 2016

Thank you, I am appreciate your work!)

Monday, March 21st 2016

Thanks Alex, I do understand your lesson.

Tuesday, March 22nd 2016

I did enjoy the lesson. You are great Alex.

Wednesday, March 23rd 2016

Your lessons are really useful,thanks Alex

Friday, March 25th 2016

thank you ALEX. Excellent!….BY THE WAY I GOT 90/100.

Saturday, March 26th 2016

i love these kind of lesson

Thursday, March 31st 2016

Thank you Teacher alex

Thursday, March 31st 2016

I got 100.
Thank you

Friday, April 1st 2016

I have a question. Do we need to put the negative in the first sentence? Can I say that ” I do like music, but I don’t like watching TV.

Sunday, April 10th 2016

Thank you so much for such a good lesson

Monday, April 11th 2016

Very useful .thanks

Wednesday, April 13th 2016

THANK YOU MR ALEX THIS VIDEO IS REALLY HELPFUL
FOR ME I WISH YOU HAVE A GREAT DAY .I AM FROM IRAN .

Thursday, April 14th 2016

Thank you so much for the lesson, help me a lot! On my way to learning English Grammar!

Thursday, April 14th 2016

Thank you so much for the lesson ,very usefull.thank u alex.

Friday, April 15th 2016

Thank you very much, Alex. I do love your lessons.

Sunday, April 17th 2016

Great Alex, Thanks!

Tuesday, April 19th 2016

You can do it!

Wednesday, April 20th 2016

When can use ago and since

Thursday, April 21st 2016

Great lesson, Alex! Keep teaching like this!

Sunday, April 24th 2016

Thaks Alex, I do like this lesson. it’s great

Friday, May 6th 2016

Thanks Alex..

Friday, May 6th 2016

great lesson u did …

Monday, May 9th 2016

thank you

Wednesday, May 11th 2016

I’ve got 100% that was awesome thanks for explaining alex

Friday, May 20th 2016

Thanks Alex! I do like watching your lessons!

Tuesday, May 24th 2016

“does he speak english?” or “do he speaks english?”
which is corect? can i use both?
thanks

Sunday, May 29th 2016

thank you I got 9/10

Monday, June 6th 2016

Thanks, Alex. Very useful lesson.

Monday, June 20th 2016

thanks, very short and useful lesson.

Friday, June 24th 2016

Hi Alex greetings from Colombia. I do have learnt new useful things to improve my English skills. Thanks so much for this amazing video .

Thursday, June 30th 2016

Merci Alex, j’ai VRAIMENT aimé cette leçon.

Thursday, July 21st 2016

Howdy Alex! Thank you so much for the excellent video. I had never seen an explanation about that before. I usually read it in novels, so I could guess the second case (emphasis), but I didn’t know the first one (contrast). I do like your lessons! Bye for now!

Sunday, July 24th 2016

Thanks for the lesson!!

Monday, July 25th 2016

Your lessons are always fun! Thanks for this lesson either Alex!

Sunday, August 7th 2016

thanx fo this lesson

Thursday, August 11th 2016

hai sir,
which of the following sentences is correct?
1) tom and sandy don’t play chess or
2) tom and sandy doesn’t play chess.

Friday, August 12th 2016

Thans for your help…

Wednesday, August 17th 2016

    Thanks for your help

    Wednesday, August 17th 2016

Excellent lesson

Saturday, August 20th 2016

Thank you Alex for this helpfull lesson.

Sunday, August 21st 2016

Hi Alex,
Can you make session on How to use Does & Is in Questions?
Regards,
Subha

Saturday, September 3rd 2016

Thank you so much master Alex i enjoy taking your lessen all the time ….

Thursday, September 8th 2016

Alex, good afternoon!, Let me ask you a question. Can I use “does” for the same purpose? For example: He does needs a new car…

Thursday, September 8th 2016
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