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"The Board of Directors decided to test the new product line at just three locations over six months as a way to gauge customer reaction. They chose the New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles stores, starting in April, then June, and July, respectively."

Which store will have the new product line available in June?

"It is important to note that a lot less than half of those surveyed said they would vote for Hillary. With such a low _______ of respondents willing to support her, some of her advisors have recommended Hillary wait until 2020 to run again."

Which of the following unemployment rate figures demonstrates fluctuation?

Look at the inflation rates recorded in a particular country:
2001—5.1%; 2003—5.4%; 2005—5.0%; 2007—5.7%; 2009—5.3%; 2011—6.1%

Though these rates show fluctuations over the recorded period, it is clear that, _________, inflation has increased.

Which of the following charts contains a period in which sales plateaued? (Sales in millions.)

Sales continued to climb until they reached their _______ at $8 million before stabilizing in the high $7 millions.

"Of the four groups involved in the experiment, the 34–49_______ group showed the most adaptability."

"Although the figures only ______ a decade, the fluctuations suggest a highly unstable market for this product."

"While both female and male employees saw increases in their overall salaries, the latter group might be considered negligible (very small) in relation to the former."

Who received the higher pay increase?

"The pie chart exhibits the spending habits of those _________ and over who were employed in the year 2012."


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204 Comments on “IELTS VOCABULARY – Task 1”


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HI ADAM! THANK YOU FOR THE LESSON!

Friday, August 21st 2015

    good luck..

    Wednesday, December 9th 2015

    Hello, can we practise our English together through Skype ?

    Saturday, February 27th 2016

Perfect

Friday, August 21st 2015

Thanks Adam :)

Friday, August 21st 2015

Thanks Adam. Your lesson is great, as always.

Friday, August 21st 2015

Yeah I understood thank you ADAM and all the staff of Engvid

Friday, August 21st 2015

Thanx Mr.Adam for useful lesson :)

I doubt about a miss of “S” in the answer of question No.7
i think the answer will be -year-olds myabe I’m wrong

Friday, August 21st 2015

    Yes, me too :)

    Sunday, August 23rd 2015

      I made the same mistake.

      Sunday, September 6th 2015

        It happens sometimes, no problem.

        Monday, February 29th 2016

    Hi Basem,

    You would be right if there weren’t the noun ‘group’ following the blank. Because this is a compound adjective, there is no need for the ‘s’.

    The 34-49-year-olds (this wasn’t an option)
    The 34-49-year-old group is correct

    Monday, September 7th 2015

      My apologies:

      I just watched the video again and realized I didn’t mention the compound adjective use in the video.

      If this use isn’t clear, please ask me for more samples.

      Tuesday, September 8th 2015

        thank Adam.that was the great lesson.could u please explain more about compound adjective?you said 18-25year-olds is a noun. then why it was not correct in my quiz??

        Tuesday, November 15th 2016

      Hi Adam
      so, “21-year-old” is an adjective, and “21-year-olds” is a noun. Am I right?

      Sunday, March 27th 2016

Thank you for your great lesson, Adam. The quiz was also interesting :)

I have a question. Could you tell me that?
Well…about “respectively”…

I understood that…
latter – 2nd of 2 things mentions
former – 1st of 2 things mentions

Well, how about 3rd, 4th, 5th…of many things mentions?

in your lesson… about Katy?

Friday, August 21st 2015

    LOL,Katy…

    Monday, September 7th 2015

    Hi Happy,

    Former and latter are used with only two things. In a list of more than two, you can still use latter to refer to the last item in the list.

    Respectively means that a second list follows the same sequence as a first list.

    The teacher awarded grades of 80, 85, 87, and 89 to Bob, Lisa, Wendy, and Tim, respectively–
    Bob- 80; Lisa-85; Wendy-87; Tim-89.

    Does this help?

    Monday, September 7th 2015

      I got it! Helpful! Thank you very much, Adam :D

      Tuesday, September 8th 2015

thanks

Friday, August 21st 2015

Great lesson Adam.

What about the expression “not only…but also…?”
How to use it properly?

Thanks

Friday, August 21st 2015

    Hi Wilson,

    The main thing to remember about not only is to follow it with an inverted clause (Not only verb then Subject)…

    The second part adds something to the first. We use this expression to highlight or emphasize something.

    Not only did he pass the test, but he also got the highest mark in the class.

    Does this help?

    Monday, September 7th 2015

    Yes, it does.

    Thank you very much for your explanation. I am a big fan of your job. Since I started watching your videos, I have been learning a lot.

    Great job.

    Tuesday, September 8th 2015

Hello if there is somebody who wants to practice English, this is my Skype: zemeireyes

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

Thank you very much, that was healpful.

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

Thank you Adam, what a useful and difficult lesson today!! I´ll watch the video once and again to remember all this vocabulary ;)

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

I think I got the number 9 correct but it says it is not…

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

    Hi Maury,

    In this case, latter = males. Their raise was negligible (almost nothing), so females got more.

    Monday, September 7th 2015

thank you ADAM for the lesson and a great lesson.
So,I Come back again and try again.
Teacher ADAM,Do you wanna tell me what happened?

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

    Hi Muad,

    What happened when?

    As for improving your English, build up your vocab and review some basic grammar rules.
    :)

    Monday, September 7th 2015

Aslo I wanna to improve my english language very well tell me Adam what before first I try

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

Hi Adam, thank you very much. Your lessons that are always informative are really helpful for an ESL.

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

thank you very much

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

Thanks Adam for this advanced lesson

It was very useful to clarify some of my doubts about how to express data analysis in English.

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

Good lesson for the IELTS test! Thanks Adam!

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

Thanks a lot

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

this lesson is very helpful .. thanks Adam :)

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

Improving even more!!! thank you Adam!!!

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

thanks for your lesson , I confused with latter and former these words really make me confuse.

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

    Hi Asmaa,

    Remember that former means first, and latter means second when you have two things and then refer to them again.

    Monday, September 7th 2015

5/10 too dificult to me ):

Saturday, August 22nd 2015

    For me too hey, I got 6 out of 10.

    Wednesday, November 11th 2015

Thanks for you lesson i have scored 7 out of 10.

Sunday, August 23rd 2015

Just started following you guys not many days ago, signed today and took my first quiz …10/10 not bad I guess. Keep them coming, awesome website. I will be taking General training test on September 12 . Anxiety just peak !

Sunday, August 23rd 2015

    Welcome Af.

    The most important thing to remember is to relax :)

    Monday, September 7th 2015

      haha yup I know, 5 days to go. Just focusing at the moment in writing (Complex sentences, all kinds), prolly able to target 7 band overall this time. Thanks for the lessons adam.

      Tuesday, September 8th 2015

Adam, can you recommend me some beautiful romantic American poetry? Please…

Sunday, August 23rd 2015

    HI Katrin,

    I’m afraid I’m not an expert in this area, but I think you can find a lot of beautiful lyrics/poetry in the music of the 60s and 70s.

    I’ll look around though and see what I can find for you ;)

    Monday, September 7th 2015

      Thank you Adam. I’m looking forward.

      Tuesday, September 8th 2015

What does the verb TO DOG actually mean?

Sunday, August 23rd 2015

    I think is follow someone, closely, insistently. Like the paparazzi do…

    Sunday, August 23rd 2015

      Thank you Bergvolk. I believe it is one of the meanings of this verb.

      Thursday, August 27th 2015

        Bergvolk is right. It also means to be chased, usually by something emotional or mental (dogged by his fears of rejection), not so much physical.

        Tuesday, September 8th 2015

          Thanks.

          Tuesday, September 8th 2015

Thanks Adam for teaching, i thanks it was just high level for me, but anyway it was useful to prepare at the futur

Sunday, August 23rd 2015

    u are right flower2015

    Sunday, August 23rd 2015

thanks a lot Adam u made me fail

Sunday, August 23rd 2015

    Hi xoxo,

    If at first you don’t succeed, try try again :)

    Tuesday, September 8th 2015

Thanks

Sunday, August 23rd 2015

thank you so much.

Sunday, August 23rd 2015

10 correct out of 10… Not bad but not enought.

Sunday, August 23rd 2015

Adam, next time you’ll talk about makeup :-D
In Italy, plateau is a term to indicate female wedge shoes (with high heels) ;-)
It’s a French word, maybe you know that because you live in Canada.
Stop doing the teacher and kiss my tiptoe plateau! Ha ha ha :-D

Sunday, August 23rd 2015

    Lol.

    Actually, Ronnie has already done a lesson about makeup.

    Tuesday, September 8th 2015

hi

i want to learn english this site but its filter in mycountry

can you help me

Monday, August 24th 2015

    Hi Goodgirl,

    You can try a VPN.

    If you go to your profile, you should be able to change your avatar (pic).

    Let me know if this works.

    Tuesday, September 8th 2015

i dont like my pic tht you put for me
please change it

Monday, August 24th 2015

Hello Adam ,
Altough I understood the whole lesson ( thanks to the pace of your speech) , I went through the quizz too quickly and having been mistaken on two questions I was obviously mistaken on their answers .
Speeding is not the same as rushing . Advice for those who will take the IELTS shortly.
Bye

Monday, August 24th 2015

    Good advice Tsamp ;)

    Tuesday, September 8th 2015

very useful lesson and explanation for IELTS exam.With every new lesson i improve my English.Thanks for the video :-)

Monday, August 24th 2015

I was forgetting to mention you are a great teacher, Adam. Your explanations are very accurate and helpful not only for those taking the IELTS, but everyone loving English.

Monday, August 24th 2015

    say : I forgot to mention …..

    Friday, August 28th 2015

Thank you It is useful.

Monday, August 24th 2015

I got 90 percent, thank you for the lesson was very helpful

Monday, August 24th 2015

Thanks a lot, Adam!

Monday, August 24th 2015

Thanks, Adam

Monday, August 24th 2015

Hi Adam,
Are we allowed to use contracted form in the writing task ? Friend of mine told me that I’m not allowed to use that form. Could you please give us some info about that form in IELTS.

Tuesday, August 25th 2015

    Hi Pergil,

    Your friend was right. You should avoid it, but don’t worry too much about it. It won’t cost you too much, especially if that’s one of the “big” mistakes you make. The reason to avoid it is that it’s too informal for academic writing. It is better to write formally.

    Tuesday, September 8th 2015

thanks ADAM]

Tuesday, August 25th 2015

Useful lesson! I will be a trader-market one day :))
So I will use many chart
bye bye to everybody

Tuesday, August 25th 2015

Hello, Adam. Ive been following most of your lessons on youtube. There is something I would like to ask you, when should I capitalize the first letter of the word and when not? I always encounter this problem everytime I take the listening practice test for IELTS. My answers were correct but the problem is either I capitalized the first letter of the word or I didnt.

I would appreciate if you could help me with this. I’m planning to take the IELTS in October.

Thanks a lot.

Wednesday, August 26th 2015

    Hi Veil,

    Always capitalize the first word of a sentence, or a proper noun (name, month, place, etc.).

    In the listening section, pay attention to the other parts of the test, the non-blank parts–they will give you a hint of whether to capitalize or not.

    Be careful when direction words are used (Washington State is in the northwestern USA vs. Washington State is part the American Northwest).

    I hope this helps a little :)

    Good luck

    Tuesday, September 8th 2015

its good , its help me a lot.

Friday, August 28th 2015

Adam one question more.
1 If the attacker is STOOD behind the defender then…. .
2 If the attacker is STANDING behind the defender then…. .(STOOD or STANDING)?
Thank you.

Friday, August 28th 2015

    1 If the attacker STOOD behind the defender, then…. .
    2 If the attacker is STANDING behind the defender, then…

    Depends what the rest of the sentence is. Both can be correct as above, but the meanings will be very different. in 1, you are giving a hypothetical analysis of something. In 2, you are maybe giving instructions of how to play.

    Tuesday, September 8th 2015

      It is actually about recognising ‘offside’ in a football match. But if you please give me examples.
      Thank you Adam.

      Tuesday, September 8th 2015

        Maybe there is some grammar I must read.

        Tuesday, September 8th 2015

        If you are explaining the rules of a game, use the present simple as the rules don’t change. For facts, we use present simple.

        Thursday, September 24th 2015

    good

    Tuesday, November 15th 2016

thanks Adam I interested the lesson as well as the quiz

Friday, August 28th 2015

Thank you, teacher Adam for this useful and quite difficult lesson. :)

Friday, August 28th 2015

hello adam what is the use of words like as ,a , the
pese clarify

Saturday, August 29th 2015

    Hi Mani,

    As can be a conjunction or a preposition. a and the are articles. These would take a whole lesson to explain, but you can do a search in the box at the top of the page and find a few lessons on these topics.

    Tuesday, September 8th 2015

Hi Adam!) Why in the 7 question of quiz right answer is -year-old? In your video you said that right to say -year-olds.

Saturday, August 29th 2015

    Hi Vladimir,

    You would be right if there weren’t the noun ‘group’ following the blank. Because this is a compound adjective, there is no need for the ‘s’.

    The 34-49-year-olds (this wasn’t an option)
    The 34-49-year-old group is correct

    That being said, i apologize as I have just watched the video again and realized that I didn’t mention the compound adjective use. I hope this is clear here. Let me know if it is not.

    Tuesday, September 8th 2015

thanks Adam this is the perfect example to understand the ielts exams.
thank you very much

Sunday, August 30th 2015

thanks perfect

Sunday, August 30th 2015

Adam, is it OK saying ‘I’m not a LOVER of movies’? Are people talking in this way? Thank you.

Sunday, August 30th 2015

    Adam, I’m curious why the comment above needs to be approved. Is there something wrong?

    Sunday, August 30th 2015

    The sentence is ok, and sometimes used. Not very commonly, but used (I don’t love movies is more common.)

    Not sure why it needed approval. Maybe lover is on the “check” list ;)

    Tuesday, September 8th 2015

      I thought so. Thank you.

      Tuesday, September 8th 2015

Adam, one confusing thing: some people translate PRESENT SIMPLE as PAST on russian, others as PRESENT. For instance: ‘she says’ translate like ‘she said’ or ‘she saying’.

Sunday, August 30th 2015

    My opinion is – that must be PRESENT. The action take place in that very moment. So close SHE IS SAYING.

    Sunday, August 30th 2015

      sorry CLOSER

      Sunday, August 30th 2015

    sorry – she is saying

    Sunday, August 30th 2015

      Not sure I got the question actually, but present simple is “she says”. It doesn’t have to be right now. It can be a general truth.

      Can you clarify if this is what you meant?

      Tuesday, September 8th 2015

        I’ll try again.

        Tuesday, September 8th 2015

I am so interested in your videos, I am really happy to learn from you .God protects you dear

Monday, August 31st 2015

Thanks, Adam.
But I have a question.
“A typhoon passes a place.”
“A typhoon passes over a place.”
“A typhoon comes near a place.”
“A typhoon approaches a place”
Are these sentences correct?
pass and pass over what is the difference?
After near and approach we can’t use ‘to’, right?
If you could help, I’ll appreciate. Thanks in advance. :)

Tuesday, September 1st 2015

    Sorry, one more question:
    “Here are the test dates and syllabi for the first semester.”
    The preposition ‘for’ is it used correctly in this sentence? or I should use ‘in’ or’ for’?
    Thanks.

    Tuesday, September 1st 2015

      Sorry, type it wrong.
      or I should use ‘in’ or ‘of’?

      Tuesday, September 1st 2015

        Hi Sophie,
        All correct:
        “A typhoon passes a place.”– doesn’t hit
        “A typhoon passes over a place.”–hits
        “A typhoon comes near a place.” no to
        “A typhoon approaches a place” no to

        For the 1st semester is correct.

        Tuesday, September 8th 2015

Great lesson as always, please tell me the different use of “Odd, Bizarre, and weird”

Wednesday, September 2nd 2015

    Hi Saiful,

    These are synonyms, but the nuances are different.

    Odd suggests not normal (odd behaviour)
    Bizarre is very strange
    and weird is strange but in a negative way.

    Does this help a little?

    Tuesday, September 8th 2015

That’s great to learn more…

Wednesday, September 2nd 2015

I like watching your lessons. It does really help!

Wednesday, September 2nd 2015

Very helpful lesson.

Thursday, September 3rd 2015

It was a little bit difficult to me but nice lesson somewhat I could understand.. .

Friday, September 4th 2015

Adam, hi again. Can i ask?
There is a phone talking:
– Hello. It’s ….. . We can’t … today. We’re busy.
– Hello. I understand. May be I need TO CHANGE YOU on to the other day?

Is it OK? Especially ‘TO CHANGE YOU'(insted of TO CHANGE YOUR DAY(PLAYS)etc).
Thank you very much.

Friday, September 4th 2015

    Hello. It’s Bill. We can’t meet today. I’m busy.
    – I understand. Maybe I can CHANGE YOUR appointment to another day?

    Tuesday, September 8th 2015

      If someone gives lessons for instance(for kids). And her mother says: ‘We can’t today!’

      Tuesday, September 8th 2015

Hi Adam…I hope you are well !!.

I am a little confused with some words I found in a personality test applied by a multinational Company to non-native English speakers.

I need to know if the words in each group below are actually synonyms. I have checked the dictionary several times (in the context of course!) but I still have doubts because the translations into spanish are very similar (maybe some words are in the wrong group or out of them).

I would be very grateful if you can help me with this. It would be nice if you can upload a video for talking about personal attributes including these and other related words.

Regards,

NA
GROUP#1
1) Comfortable
2) At Ease
3) Unhurried
4) Easygoing
5) Laid Back
6) Relaxed

GROUP #2:
1) Peaceful
2) Even-Tempered
3) Patient
4) Unruffled
5) Accepting
6) Tranquil
7) Placid
8) Calm

GROUP #3
1) Demanding
2) Rigorous
3) Exacting
4) Fastidious
5) Stringent
6) Strict

GROUP #4
1) Thorough
2) Meticulous
3) Accurate
4) Perfectionist
5) Flawless
6) Precise
7) Careful
8) Particular
9) Painstaking

Friday, September 4th 2015

    Yes, the words in each group are synonyms! Obviously there are small differences, and the words are not always interchangeable, but in general they mean the same kind of thing.

    Saturday, September 5th 2015

    Hi Narriagada,

    Are they asking if these are direct synonyms? Because not all are, but in context they can be interchangeable. It depends, of course, on the context.

    For example, a person can be meticulous to the point of obsession, which is hardly flawless but is a flaw in and of itself (if we’re discussing personalities)

    Was there more to the instructions?

    Tuesday, September 8th 2015

Adam, you are the best.

Saturday, September 5th 2015

Adam if I put in the phrase:
– “Follows the agenda for you visit in Brazil.”
In this case I use “for” or “to”, because word “follow” indicates motion?

Saturday, September 5th 2015

    Please disregard my last question, I put in a wrong lesson. Sorry!

    Saturday, September 5th 2015

      No worries Limud :)

      Tuesday, September 8th 2015

Adam, can ‘GREED’ be a person or there is an other word for that kind of person(I couldn’t find it in the net)? I just found that it is the name of one of weaknesses of people.Thank you.

Sunday, September 6th 2015

    You can say a person is greedy.

    … or are there some other words for…?

    Tuesday, September 8th 2015

      Plural OK.

      Tuesday, September 8th 2015

        So I can’t say you’re a greed…
        Thank you Adam.

        Tuesday, September 8th 2015

Could I use SOME before ‘other word for that kind of person’?

Sunday, September 6th 2015

Thanks adam for the good lesson

Monday, September 7th 2015

Easy to catch ur lesson

Monday, September 7th 2015

Thanks everyone :)

Tuesday, September 8th 2015

Hi, Adam

Thank you very much for the explanation. I guess I should check what proper nouns are. I still have a few confusions :(

Cheers!

Tuesday, September 8th 2015

thank
perfect

Friday, September 11th 2015

thanks a lots

Monday, September 14th 2015

Good lecture!

Monday, September 14th 2015

perfect, thanks

Tuesday, September 15th 2015

i need more practice. and familiarization

Wednesday, September 16th 2015

Adam, you’re one of the best narrators/teachers here. The length of the lesson is about 17 minutes but I watched it on the one breath. Thanks

Wednesday, September 16th 2015

Thank you for this informative lecture, it clarified a lot.

Thursday, October 1st 2015

It was blow my mind , so many information cames along with video and I understood mostly from it .

Friday, October 2nd 2015

That’s a very interesting class! IELTS is a very useful test which evaluates our proficiency in the English language, and with these tips given by Adam I’m sure many of us will nail this test.

Tuesday, October 6th 2015

Thank a lot. ^_^

Friday, October 9th 2015

80 out of 100 ,guess it’s not bad ,thanks dear Adam :)

Saturday, October 10th 2015

Hello Adam .
The lesson is really so fascinating but I still unable to distinguish between years old and year old and stuff like this.
could you give us more explanation.
Thank you so much.

Monday, October 12th 2015

Thank you Adam…..I just started watching your videos and really enjoying it.

Thursday, October 15th 2015

Hello Adam! I don’t know if I am writing in the right box for my question, so please, forgive me if do wrong. first of all,I would like to say thanks you at engVid, because I am learning a lot. I start my pathway to have IELTS academic test on January to reach at least 7 band score for future Ph.D.i am starting studying alone from 3 week, trying to have equally reading, listening and writing.Never touched speaking ( but i’ m used talking with some friend, and I have some test which mark was like 7.5-8). The question point is how I can really reach that mark,7.5,’cause in this very moment my listening and reading are just around 4,5- max 5; and I don’t know which method is the most valuable to have; for example if is better to concentrate one task at time, and which whom. I am rather confused about steps to follow.Do you think is better starting with reading or listening, or writing? p.s., i am such an anxious person that drop in chaos under pressure. Thank you in advice,i hope in your advice. Alexia.

Sunday, October 18th 2015

It is a perfect lesson I got 8 . thx a lot

Wednesday, November 4th 2015

HI Adam . Plz what is the difference between general and academic IELTS?

Wednesday, November 4th 2015

hi adam, can i send some email about my writing ielts task1 and can you check for me? i’m not good but practice make better :D

Friday, November 6th 2015

Hey, I’ve got 7 out of 10. It’s not too bad, isn’t!
Thanks Adam

Sunday, November 8th 2015

Hi Adam, thanks for the lesson but I think you should specify that this tips are for IELTS Academic ;)

Saturday, November 21st 2015

Very nice lessons. Thank very much!

Sunday, November 22nd 2015

thank you for the great teaching

Tuesday, December 1st 2015

Hi Adam Thank you so much

Friday, December 4th 2015

this test was interesting. i got 10/10. thanks Adam.
is there anyone who wants to help me in speaking? my skype ID is : sajad shahsavari. thank you all.

Monday, December 7th 2015

Hello,My mark vary poor .

Sunday, December 13th 2015

    Sorry to hear that! Here’s a cat gif to keep you motivated to study more.

    Sunday, December 13th 2015

thank you so much

Tuesday, December 15th 2015

thanks

Monday, December 28th 2015

in question number seven, the correct answer must be the second variant, because in the first variant there is not ending “s” after …-old

Wednesday, December 30th 2015

Hi Adam…Thank you very much for your productive explaination :)

Monday, January 4th 2016

Thanks a lot

Wednesday, January 6th 2016

I can’t watch the video😭😭😭.It is blocked

Wednesday, January 13th 2016

Thank you .

Wednesday, January 20th 2016

Hi sir Adam! Regarding the 10th question, why is the 21-year-olds an incorrect answer? How can this age order be right in other sentences? Thank you!

Saturday, January 23rd 2016

Thank you Adam! :)

Tuesday, January 26th 2016

thanks !!! :):)

Thursday, January 28th 2016

Well done Teacher. Thank you so much.

Sunday, January 31st 2016

10 on 10. Thanx for your lesson adam :)

Tuesday, February 16th 2016

Thanks!!

Tuesday, February 16th 2016

Hello, Adam! I’m curious about the use of the word “respectively”. Would it be wrong (or just plain weird) to bring it to the middle of the sentence, as in: “I have three kids: Tommy, Jake and Katy. They are, respectively, 5, 10 and 7 years old.”?

Friday, February 19th 2016

Hello, Adam.Thanks for the great job you do. I have found a lot of necessary information for myself. Could you advise me what kind of exam to take: General or Academic.I’m a faculty member and a researcher?

Friday, February 26th 2016

Hi ADAM .. thanks for the lesson:)
I’ve been answered the quiz but I dropped something about plateau
you did not tell us that the plateau period not necessary to be flat ( so I didn’t get the correct answer
cordial regards MR ADAM :)

Saturday, February 27th 2016

so much informative, thanks for the leason.

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

So much informative, thanks for the lesson.

Wednesday, March 2nd 2016

Thank you Adam. and then?

Saturday, March 5th 2016

Hello Adam, just a simple question, I couldn’t get access to the website that you mention (writetotop), Do you know if it is still available?

Wednesday, March 16th 2016

Thank you it helps me :D

Monday, April 4th 2016

hi Adam, please ,is there a noticeable difference between ((levelled off and platuea ))

best regards

Tuesday, April 5th 2016

I thought that my English is ok, but it looks like I’ve got a lot of work to do.
Thank you Adam, I enjoy your lessons a lot.

Saturday, April 23rd 2016

thanks a lot Adam. you and your friends are doing a great job

Saturday, May 7th 2016

useful video,thank you

Saturday, May 7th 2016

Hi Adam , I confused with where did you use year/years like 25-year-old or 25 years olds ??????

Sunday, May 8th 2016

do not stop

Monday, May 16th 2016

Thank you Adam :)
The 9th question was tricky =D

Thursday, May 19th 2016

…but your lessons helpful as always :)

Thursday, May 19th 2016

Hi Adam, thank you for an interesting lesson.
I would like to know latter and former are used only for two things or two people or two places
Because in the video you said:
I have three kids Tomy and Jake…
As I understood it was just a speech mistake. Or we can use these two phrases with the thing more than two?
Thanks in advance.

Tuesday, May 24th 2016

thanks

Friday, May 27th 2016

Mr Adam
I have question ,
I’m trying to improve my English speaking skills because I need to do IELTS AC.
is it a problem if I speak every day with a friend from USA or I have to learn only British accent?
thanks in advanced

Monday, May 30th 2016

it was lovely to test my knowledge about this lesson. i got 7 corrects out of 10. thanks Mr. Adam for this misused words in t IELTS test.

Monday, June 6th 2016

It is very important to know synonym words ,and use it constantly .
thanks ADMS

Thursday, July 7th 2016

Hi Mr Adam , ” overall ” in the quiz was it an adverb or an adjective ? & would you give us examples on how to use it as an adjective and how to use it as an adverb ?
THANKS :)

Friday, July 8th 2016

Hi Adam,
For question 7, If I want to put the sentence in other way, can I write it as : … ,those aged 34-39 years showed the most adaptability.

Is it correct ?

Friday, July 15th 2016

Thanks Adam!

Monday, August 22nd 2016

THKS YOU!

Saturday, September 3rd 2016

Good lesson!

Thursday, September 22nd 2016

realy good sir..

Tuesday, September 27th 2016

Thank you so much!! I got 9/10 .

Wednesday, October 26th 2016

I have just known how to use the words related to AGE thanks to your useful movie after such a long time of being at sea with these. Thank you so much !

Thursday, November 17th 2016

Thanks, it was a great lesson.

Monday, November 28th 2016
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