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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.
Which of the following sentences has correct punctuation?

A period is placed at the end of a sentence, which is a whole and complete idea.

Which of the following sentences has correct punctuation?

The punctuation combination !? always suggests a question.

Which of the following sentences has correct punctuation?

Which of the following sentences has correct punctuation?

Semper Fi, which means "always faithful", is the motto of the US Marine Corps they want you to join.
If the Marines want you, how should they punctuate this sentence?

How many periods does the following passage need in order to be correct?
Wendy's friends came to visit her at the hospital to wish her well they also gave her the assignments that the teacher handed out she missed three classes

What punctuation is needed to make the following sentence correct?
Sam asked Joey if he was okay___ He just yelled at her, "Mind your own business___"


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Thank you Adam you made one of best lessons in engvid. Please could you make more lessons than other teachers. Your teaching way is inspires me.Take care of yourself.

Saturday, May 3rd 2014

    You’re right window. It is really interesting lesson.

    Saturday, May 3rd 2014

      I’m not windows actually my name is yusuf :)

      Saturday, May 3rd 2014

        ok yucuf

        Sunday, May 4th 2014

          I mean yusuf

          Sunday, May 4th 2014

          An interesting conversation between you two guys. :)

          Friday, May 9th 2014

      :))

      Sunday, May 4th 2014

      i’am agree with Yusuf! yes Adam! you must produce more lecture. we need! and your teaching method is really good. your method is favorite in all teacher on engvid.com. take care!

      Friday, September 19th 2014

    Yep, I agree with you guys. Adam’s lessons are always interesting.

    Saturday, May 10th 2014

      Dear Adam, this was a great lesson as usuall.
      Just a couple of comments on punctuation.

      Punctuation is an aspect of language that we rarely pay attention to as students of English.

      What we usually focus most is on grammar and pronunciation. However,the way we write/ express our ideas on paper reflects the way we think; just quoting one of my grammar teachers.

      Punctuation help us to do so. There is no doubt at all about it.

      Just one question Adam, what is the name of “!?” combination? I didn’t quite get it… “Interrogband/k”?

      Have a wonderful weekend.

      Saturday, May 10th 2014

        hola Regino,how is it going .listen i Heard u are taking the toefl.i dont know if u took it already or u still are going to.in case you have done it already,do u mind giving some advices about what comes in it?

        Monday, May 12th 2014

        Hi Regino,

        Yes, punctuation can make or break the quality of written English (pr any language I suppose). The !? is called an interrobang. Not a very common word, so you don’t really need to know it. :)

        Saturday, May 17th 2014

    Hi Yusuf,

    Thank you for the vote of confidence, but all the teachers here are doing a great job. They all have something valuable to offer, I think. Learn anywhere you can :)

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

      Thank you very much Adam for the good Lesson that you did.
      I appreciate your effort Mr Adam.
      This is an interesting Lesson.
      Could you give me some advices to speak like a Native Speaker please?(Because i ain’t good in speaking)

      Have a nice day,

      Tuesday, January 13th 2015

      First of all, thank you for your lessons, you are very clear. In the second place, you are a good partner. I think that anybody should depreciate the teaching of the other teachers; either in an explicit or implicit form. Regards!

      Sunday, June 28th 2015

Hmm.. It’s second time I see mistakes in results – I remember my answers, but they are another in results.
Is it only my experience?

Saturday, May 3rd 2014

    Hi Tatiana,

    Not sure what the problem is, but if it happens again, email engvid and ask them if there is something that can be done.

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

Thank you Adam for this lesson. It is really interesting.I make a lot of mistakes in this point. I hope this lesson and the quiz will help me a lot.

Saturday, May 3rd 2014

Dear Adam is a run-on sentence a correct one?
You had written a couple of them, but you changed them in some ways. If they were correct you would not change them, would you?!

Saturday, May 3rd 2014

    I meant:
    Dear Adam!
    is a run-on sentence a correct one?
    You had written a couple of them, but you changed them in some ways. If they were correct you would not change them, would you?!

    Saturday, May 3rd 2014

      NO, I meant:
      Dear Adam
      Is a run-on sentence a correct one?
      You had written a couple of them, but you changed them in some ways. If they were correct you wouldn’t change them, would you?!

      Saturday, May 3rd 2014

        Hi Saeid,

        No, they are not correct. They happen often, but they don’t reflect well on the writer and they can be very confusing to the reader. That is why it is important to check your sentences carefully to avoid these.

        Saturday, May 17th 2014

I got 8 correct out of 9. But I understand my mistaking. Thank you for your interesting lessons, Adam :)

Saturday, May 3rd 2014

As it explained in the lecture, I think “!?” mark always suggests a question plus a feeling like “anger” or “shock”. So, the answer of question 4 must be “yes”, Because “!?” mark not only suggests a feeling but also a question. Therefor, “!?” mark always suggests a question and always suggests a feeling.

Saturday, May 3rd 2014

    As it explained in the lecture, I think “!?” mark always suggests a question plus a feeling like “anger” or “shock”. So, the answer of question 4 must be “yes”, Because “!?” mark not only does suggest a feeling but also it offers a question. Therefore, “!?” mark always suggests a question and always suggests a feeling.

    Saturday, May 3rd 2014

      As it’s explained through the lecture, I think “!?” mark always suggests a question plus a feeling like “anger” or “shock”. So, the answer of question 4 must be “yes”, Because “!?” mark not only does suggest a feeling but also it offers a question. Therefore, “!?” mark always suggests a question and always suggests a feeling.

      Saturday, May 3rd 2014

        a little of both, but with an emphasis on the emotional aspect.

        Saturday, May 17th 2014

Thanks
Just a question
After coma we use capital or small letter?

Saturday, May 3rd 2014

    Hi Hussam,

    A comma only breaks a sentence into parts, or separates adjectives, etc. It does not end and idea, and so we do not need a capital after it (unless, of course, the next word is a proper noun, such as a name).

    Hope that helps.

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

Adam I have a question, what’s the difference between “so” and “so that”

Saturday, May 3rd 2014

    Hi Joe,

    Actually, ‘so’ has a few uses, so I can’t focus the difference on this word. ‘So that’ on the other hand, is a clause conjunction (adverb clause) that suggests that what follows it is the purpose or result of what came before it:

    I studied all night for the test, so that I would be prepared for any question.

    I studied all night for the test, so that I was so tired in the morning that I couldn’t hear the alarm clock.

    the ‘so tired that’ is different. ‘so’ means very, ‘that’ leads to the result or consequence of the extreme adjective.

    Does this help?

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

      Yes, thanks a lot. So, It’s okay to say: “I’m saving money, so that I can buy a car” and “I drank too much coffee last night, so that I was not able to fall asleep all night”

      Tuesday, May 20th 2014

Thank you Adam.

Saturday, May 3rd 2014

Thank you.
I hope that you will prepare a lesson about differences in the punctuation in British and American English.

Saturday, May 3rd 2014

    I’ll see what I can do Gbudny

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

HiYusuf
Are you from Uzbekistan,how are you,Are you a teacher a?

Saturday, May 3rd 2014

    Hi Sadulla. Yes i’m from Samarkand but i’m not a teacher , i’m student

    Sunday, May 4th 2014

Hi. Thanks. Please make a lesson about fillers.

Sunday, May 4th 2014

    Hi Thisisme,

    Any particular kinds? Can you be more specific?

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

got 33%.

Sunday, May 4th 2014

    Thanks Adam, now I got 78%.

    Thursday, April 16th 2015

Thanks, teacher Adam. You always answer me and this is very kind of you.
Your lesson was super!
Have a nice week.

Sunday, May 4th 2014

Thank you, Adam. I like your lessons, you are very,very good teacher. Can I ask you about question 6? I think both answers are correct: -You haven’t heard from him yet? -You haven’t heard from him yet! Aren’t they? It depends on emotions we express.

Sunday, May 4th 2014

    Hi Nadia,

    I understand what you’re saying, but in this case only the question would be ok. In questions without inversion, the answer is already known, but the question is meant to show surprise, which is why we don’t need the extra !. If there was a choice of !?, then that would be ok as well.

    Look at the example:
    A: I spoke to John about this last month and he said he would let me know.
    B: And what did he say?
    A: I’m still waiting.
    B: YOU HAVEN’T HEARD FROM HIM YET? What’s taking him so long?

    In this example, B already knows the answer to the question. It is used for expression, not to get information, but still needs a question form.

    I hope this helps a little.

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

      Thank you, Adam, for an explanation. Your comments are as helpful as your lesson. I look forward to your new class as well. Thank you.

      Sunday, May 18th 2014

      If I had read this example in the test, I wouldn’t have made a mistake. The structure of the sentence is similar to the russian language where we make a question by using intonation. So, I’ve tried to imagine that the sentence was addressed to a liar.
      Thanks for the clarifications.

      Friday, November 7th 2014

thank you Adam.

Sunday, May 4th 2014

Thank you, Adam. 9 out of 10. :)

Sunday, May 4th 2014

thank you, Adam. i got 100%. i love your classes.

Sunday, May 4th 2014

Hi Adam,

I don’t understand the result of question 6 :

You haven’t heard from him yet? is shown as correct,
and I have chosen :
You haven’t heard from him yet!
No inversion of the verb. So why is it a question ?
Thanks :)

Sunday, May 4th 2014

    Agree.

    Sunday, May 4th 2014

    As far as I can tell Annie, an affirmative sentence can be turned into a question by changing the intonation pattern; even though there is no subject verb inversion.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards

    Saturday, May 10th 2014

      Excuse me Adam, what’s the grammar name of this type of question forms?

      RSVP

      Saturday, May 10th 2014

        Good question Regino. I’ll look into it :)

        Saturday, May 17th 2014

    Hi Annie,

    Regino gave a good answer, but I’ll add to it. As I mentioned in another comment above:

    In questions without inversion, the answer is already known, but the question is meant to show surprise, which is why we don’t need the extra !. If there was a choice of !?, then that would be ok as well.

    Look at the example:
    A: I spoke to John about this last month and he said he would let me know.
    B: And what did he say?
    A: I’m still waiting.
    B: YOU HAVEN’T HEARD FROM HIM YET? What’s taking him so long?

    In this example, B already knows the answer to the question. It is used for expression, not to get information, but still needs a question form.

    I hope this helps a little.

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

      Adam, Regino,
      Thanks to both of you.
      I think I get it now. And sure it helps :)

      Sunday, May 18th 2014

        i was also confused in this question during my quiz.Well now i get it.Thank you guys. Envid Lectures are really helpful. :-)

        Tuesday, June 21st 2016

Adam,that is a good lessns!

Sunday, May 4th 2014

Thanks
Mr Adam
I got 89%

Sunday, May 4th 2014

“?!” always requires a question, even if the question is rhetorical.
Anyway thanks a lot.

Sunday, May 4th 2014

Hey Adam! The topic seemed rather simple as well as your explanations were very clear. However, the test is very confusing for me!

Sunday, May 4th 2014

    Hi Alex,

    If you give me a specific question from the quiz, maybe I can clarify for you.

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

Gr8 tips Adam…

Sunday, May 4th 2014

Great class! Unfortunatelly, I’ve got only 56%, but I’ll improve my score!!!

Sunday, May 4th 2014

Thank you Adam . It’s nice to see you again! You have some kind of power when you explain things and rules … And I was asking myself : -Why he is doing this to me !? :D It was a joke! Really, love you so much. In a good way … See you next time.

Sunday, May 4th 2014

    :) Thank you Emanuela

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

      You’re welcome :) mon cheri ami…

      Saturday, May 17th 2014

I got 5.

Sunday, May 4th 2014

Nice lesson. Thanks Adam!

Sunday, May 4th 2014

Thank you so much dear teacher. You lesson is very clear and very useful. It will be very kind of you to do more lessons in this optic. We are looking forwards to learning more punctuation.

Sunday, May 4th 2014

Why in the 6 the verb and subject are not inverted?

Why:
You haven’t heard from him yet?
instead of:
Haven’t you heard from him yet?

Sunday, May 4th 2014

    Hi Pedrico,

    Here is an explanation I used for others here:

    In questions without inversion, the answer is already known, but the question is meant to show surprise, which is why we don’t need the extra !. If there was a choice of !?, then that would be ok as well.

    Look at the example:
    A: I spoke to John about this last month and he said he would let me know.
    B: And what did he say?
    A: I’m still waiting.
    B: YOU HAVEN’T HEARD FROM HIM YET? What’s taking him so long?

    In this example, B already knows the answer to the question. It is used for expression, not to get information, but still needs a question form.

    I hope this helps a little.

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

I agree with some of them on No.6. If “You haven’t heard from him yet?” is right, then why shouldn’t “You haven’t heard from him!” be right? It is not in the form of a question. I believe either is OK.

Sunday, May 4th 2014

    Hi Hetzer,

    Please look at the comments page at my last comment. many people are asking about this :)

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

Thanks, Adam! I amazed myself, I got 9 correct out of 9! Awesome!

Sunday, May 4th 2014

well,I want to know how to use the ;

Monday, May 5th 2014

i’m very confused with number 6.. If it’s actually question, it must be verb first then subject and etc … but the correct answer had diferent form ? so please Adam. can you explain this sentence for me.. thank you !

Monday, May 5th 2014

    Hi Nguyen,

    Please look at the comments page at my last comment. many people are asking about this :)

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

Great lesson Adam. Even though I made many many mistakes. Punctuation is an entirely art, even in French. I have been waiting for this kind of lesson for a while.
I did not know that even in English, you have this form of questionning: “You haven’t heard from him yet?”. I try not to transpose French onto English, so I make a lot of mistakes in grammar situations, while trying to do the exact opposite of I would do in French. As a result, I am sometimes wrong because these structures were similar in both English and French :).
Thank you very much for your lessons.
Keep up the good work!

Monday, May 5th 2014

    Hi Medusa, you’re right. Our first language always exerts a strong influence on the learning of a second language.

    I think this is the source of most of our mistakes.

    Regards

    P.S.Good piece of writing Medusa.

    Saturday, May 10th 2014

    Hi Medusa,

    Don’t forget that much of the English language came from French as well, so sometimes rules and forms overlap. :)

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

I got 5 out of 9 !!
Thanks Adam

Monday, May 5th 2014

It was an interesting lesson, Adam. Please keep up making videos like this.

Monday, May 5th 2014

Thank you so much for helpfully lesson you are very good teacher. I would. Love to study more with you cos my English. Very bad now.

Monday, May 5th 2014

thanks for the lesson :)

Monday, May 5th 2014

I got 8 out of 9.But I couldn’t understand number 6:You haven’t heard from him yet? Is it a question? If you have time to answer me , I’d be very happy.Thanks a lot.

Monday, May 5th 2014

    Hi Daffodil,

    Please look at the comments page at my last comment. Many people are asking about this :)

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

I got 8 out of 9.But I couldn’t understand number 6:You haven’t heard from him yet? Is it a question? If you have time to answer me , I’d be very happy.Thanks a lot.

Monday, May 5th 2014

I got 8 out of 9.But I couldn’t understand number 6:You haven’t heard from him yet? Is it a question? If you have time to answer me , I’d be very happy.Adam ,thanks a lot.

Monday, May 5th 2014

Thanks Adam.

Monday, May 5th 2014

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Monday, May 5th 2014

    Hey abdel i want to train my english and i think skype with other will me to improve my skill heres my account giovanni.marcelino XD

    Tuesday, May 6th 2014

78% for me that’s ok, next time will do better. I made mistakes in the two last ones.

Monday, May 5th 2014

Thanks Adam.

Tuesday, May 6th 2014

Thank you adam for the lesson iv’e got 56%. Next time ill do it better XD

Tuesday, May 6th 2014

Thanks a lot. you are the beast .unfortunately i got 4/9

Tuesday, May 6th 2014

First of all a lots of thanks Adam; I have got 67%…

My the best regards

Tuesday, May 6th 2014

Excuse me Sir Adam again…

PLEASE RETRACT YOUR COPYRIGHT CLAIM SO THAT I CAN MAKE MY YOUTUBE ACCOUNT AT “Good standing” AND GET BACK MY YOUTUBE FEATURES!!!!

PLEASE forgive me…I had no idea about copyright infringements!!!!!!

7 Colorful Idioms was the video I re-uploaded!!!!

THEN DELETED FOR YOUR SAKE!!!

PLEASE RETRACT YOUR CLAIM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tuesday, May 6th 2014

    Don’t worry. It just means that because you tried to illegally put your own advertising on the video that Adam worked hard to make, you have been punished.

    Wednesday, May 7th 2014

    Hi MD Zahour,

    I’ll look into it, but please know that I am not he administrator for the Youtube channels. If there are violations, Youtube acts according to their policies.
    I hope you get back to good standing
    :)

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

Adam, great lesson but I didn’t understand the question 6. I guess the correct should be: Haven’t you heard from him yet?
Thank you in advance.

Tuesday, May 6th 2014

    Hi Ricardo,

    Please look at the comments page at my last comment. many people are asking about this :)

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

Good afternoon Mr.Adam.i have a question,when do i use the comma and the full stop while i am writing?

Wednesday, May 7th 2014

    Hi B.I.G,

    The full stop is explained in the video. The comma actually has many uses, but mostly it’s to break up a sentence into units, such as clauses and phrases. I’ll make a lesson for the comma as well soon.

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

100% yes ! ; and i’m in a known ring now.

Thursday, May 8th 2014

Hi Mr Adam,
Thank you ,great lesson.
Again I have questions.
Can you please explain when putting a comma before “which”?

“What won’t you do even for the sake of your dearest people?”
I suppose that “even” might be before “do”.
Is this struction(…do even…)right?

Friday, May 9th 2014

    Hi Anahit,

    We use a comma before which when we have an adjective clause that is not identifying the noun before it. What the clause does is give “extra” information about the noun. If we need to identify the noun, then we use ‘that’ without a comma.

    The structure here with ‘even’ is correct. we stress the “for sake of” more than the action “do”

    I hope this helps.

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

Thanks a lot in advance

Friday, May 9th 2014

cool !!!!!

Friday, May 9th 2014

Thank you, Adam. It was great!

Saturday, May 10th 2014

suggest me another word for ok

Sunday, May 11th 2014

    you can say got it

    Monday, May 12th 2014

    Hi Nanikumar,

    all right
    alright
    great
    yes

    It depends on the context. If you give me a situation, can give you more words

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

Thanks Adam for the great effort you have made to make this lesson a real success. I actually have a question that’s not related to this lesson at all but i really need to know the answer since I’m preparing for IELTS now.
the 1st one is: what does “work in pairs” mean?
the 2nd one is: what does “I’ve kept my account in credit” mean? what does in credit mean in this case? by the way i got these two phrases in 1 of the IELTS books. I’d appreciate it if you answered me.

Regards

Monday, May 12th 2014

    Hi Ahmmed,

    work in pairs, means work in groups of two people.

    keep in credit, I’m not actually sure. It might mean that you spent more than you have, so that you owe the bank money. They let you use money that you don’t have (like a credit card) with the idea that you will pay it back with interest.

    Does this help?

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

thank !

Thursday, May 15th 2014

    Nice eye Maria :)

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

Thanks for this lesson, Adam. I just realized that it is really important to use punctuation marks. By the way, i have a question. Are there any difference between “realise” and “realize”? It’s so confusing:( i saw people use both of them. And if I translate it into Indonesian, it literally means the same.. I’d be glad if you answered this. Thanks!

Friday, May 16th 2014

    Hi Stanislaus

    Realise is British, and realize is American.

    That’s it :)

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

I’d like to ask what’s the difference and how to use the words “The most and most” in the following sentences. Could you explain them?

What I like most/the most about Brazil are its beaches.

What I want the most/most is to travel to Canada in the wintertime to go skiing and snowboarding.

What I need the most/most right now is to play some videogame to relax a little bit.

Thanks

Friday, May 16th 2014

    Hi Henry,

    Good question.
    The most is usually about the thing described. most is an adverb for the verb.
    So:
    What I like most about Brazil are its beaches.–this is about the verb ‘like’, suggesting that you like many things, but your greatest like are the beaches.
    What I like the most about Brazil are its beaches.– this modifies the beaches. You like many things, but the best things are the beaches.

    Does this help?

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

yes,refresh of my faults and good refreshing quiz…

Saturday, May 17th 2014

Hi everyone.

Thanks for the comments. A few of you asked about question 6, so instead of pasting the answer many times, here it is for everyone:

In questions without inversion, the answer is already known, but the question is meant to show surprise, which is why we don’t need the extra !. If there was a choice of !?, then that would be ok as well.

Look at the example:
A: I spoke to John about this last month and he said he would let me know.
B: And what did he say?
A: I’m still waiting.
B: YOU HAVEN’T HEARD FROM HIM YET? What’s taking him so long?

In this example, B already knows the answer to the question. It is used for expression, not to get information, but still needs a question form.

:)

Saturday, May 17th 2014

    Clear as crystal ! ;)

    Saturday, May 17th 2014

Thanks Adam, really appreciate it.

Sunday, May 18th 2014

your teaches
are filtered by my contry

Monday, May 19th 2014

    Yes, Youtube’s blocked in Iran right now :(

    Monday, May 19th 2014

thank teacher that you try to teach me.

Monday, May 19th 2014

Hello,

Thanks Adam..

Are there any difference between Dot and Period? its the same ?
Or dot is just how they named in internet?

Monday, May 19th 2014

    Hi Jfier,

    dot is used mainly on the internet a period is a punctuation. We also use ‘point’ in math, as in 6.5 (six point five).

    Monday, June 2nd 2014

Thank you :)

Tuesday, May 20th 2014

Hello , How are you ? it was really an excellent lesson after my back , so thank you Adam about this explications and i wish to follow my lessons this once ,because i was away from here for a few month ago …and good regards for everyone here too , good luck guys ….

Saturday, May 24th 2014

thank you mr adam i hope to explaine slowly and do short exemple

Sunday, May 25th 2014

7/9 In number 5 I should have paid atention to Reported Speech, and in the 6th… thanks Adam for your explanation.I´ll take it on account next time.

Sunday, May 25th 2014

jfier: Full stop and period means the same.

Sunday, May 25th 2014

Sorry, mean instead of means uhhh

Sunday, May 25th 2014

I don’t like the question number 6 PERIOD.

Tuesday, May 27th 2014

i scored 6/9

Tuesday, May 27th 2014

i got 10/10

Friday, May 30th 2014

Thank you so much Adam. A very helpful lesson.

Sunday, June 1st 2014

i got one wrong.. thank you sir Adam. It’s very nice quiz.

Tuesday, June 3rd 2014

it’s my first time subscribing in this website. I felt like it’s a little bit hard for me to decide what’s the first one I need to enhance. By the way, I am very interested in this lessons. Thank so much sir.

Tuesday, June 3rd 2014

Hello Adam, thank you for sharing with us these great videos. I wonder if all English professors would be like you,I would not have any problem with grammar. Could you give me more specific details about comma? I would appreciate it a lot. Thanks in advice.

Tuesday, June 3rd 2014

Adam thanks !!!Do you Know What your name means in my language,,,,,,,It means HUMAN

Wednesday, June 4th 2014

Hi Adam,
Can we use semi collon and because together in the sentence?
…………..;because………….
And thank you for evry word you type!

Wednesday, June 4th 2014

Thank you Sir for this useful lesson , i like your way of teaching , carry on :)

Thursday, June 12th 2014

Thank you so much Mr.Adam

Tuesday, June 17th 2014

Thank you :)

Wednesday, June 18th 2014

Could you let Tommy know that his letter has arrived.
How is the above sentence not correct in terms of punctuation?

Friday, June 20th 2014

Thank you!! you make me good

Monday, June 23rd 2014

sir adam can u please say me some vocabularys which is commonly used

Tuesday, June 24th 2014

So good! Thank you Adam.

Wednesday, July 16th 2014

I got 5 correct out of 9,thank you teacher Adum. I found and learned your lessons that made me improved so I have a good chance in my life.I have recommended to other who want to improve English.Thank you again for everything you did.

Thursday, July 17th 2014

Thanks ! Adam. It was nice session.

Friday, July 18th 2014

hi adam sir
thank you for teach us . the way u teach its interesting, can u guide me how can i learn it fastly ?

Saturday, July 26th 2014

thank to teach me Adam

Sunday, July 27th 2014

Thank much Adam.Great lesson,I got 7/9.I did see where i went wrong.

Thursday, July 31st 2014

Thanks a lot Adam. Your class help my writing is not little.

Sunday, August 3rd 2014

Thank you.

Friday, August 8th 2014

Thanks ever so much!

Saturday, August 9th 2014

WOW ! What A Great tutorial! Thanks Adam. U r one of the Greatest English Teachers on Earth …. For sure.

Friday, August 22nd 2014

By the Way ,I wonder Why “Could you let Tommy know that his letter has arrived.”- this sentence is not Correct? It’s really Confusing to me (from Quiz question -no- 1). I would greatly appreciate it if our Teacher ADAM or anybody kindly give me some explanation. Thanks in advance

Friday, August 22nd 2014

Interesting.I need some listening practice for IELTS Academic. There are very few videos on Youtube. Will you suggest me a website?

Sunday, September 7th 2014

I got 89. Thank you

Friday, September 12th 2014

Thanks Adam for the explanation . your lessons are really useful . I hope you give more lessons on punctuation marks

Sunday, September 14th 2014

think u

Sunday, September 28th 2014

I got 6 out of 9, thanks Adam.

Sunday, September 28th 2014

You are great teacher. Thank’s for what you doin’

Monday, October 13th 2014

Thanks Mr Adam. Good lesson

Monday, October 27th 2014

It’s so helpful. Thank you.

Micheline.

Sunday, November 2nd 2014

8/9 The fourth answer was incorrect.

Tuesday, November 25th 2014

I got 7 correct out of 9. Thanks teacher

Saturday, November 29th 2014

Thanks Adam.Thanks to EngVid.

Thursday, December 18th 2014

Thank you very much . About the question number 6 in the quiz I choose number 3 but the correct answer is number one .Is it a question ?

Sunday, December 28th 2014

Thanks Adam.

Monday, January 12th 2015

Hi! I have some doubts about when to use ON and About. Can you help me? I love learn english with you :)

Monday, January 12th 2015

Great lesson .
I’d like to thank you Mr Adam .Most of us do not concern for punctuation .

Tuesday, January 13th 2015

Nice explanation Adam. I must take the toefl test in 2 months. Writing is the most difficult part of the test. Could you help me with more advice of this.Thanks

Wednesday, January 21st 2015

thank you my dear teacher you are best teacher of this wbsite i hope you good lucky

Friday, February 6th 2015

hey Adam, I have a question. In the sentece “7. Semper Fi, which means “always faithful”, is the motto of the US Marine Corps they want you to join.”
can’t we consider ‘they want you to join’ as an identifying clause and then not put a period?
thanks :)
-Ane

Thursday, April 9th 2015

Thanks Adam, it’s was really useful lesson for me :)

Friday, April 17th 2015

Hi Adam! Thanks for the wonderful lesson. I greatly appreciate your effort. Btw, I have a question about periods and commas. “Are they always go inside quotation marks?”

Monday, April 27th 2015

Thank you, but there are a lot of punctuations use in english language. I wish if could also explain to us how to use those punctuations correctly.

Tuesday, May 5th 2015

Thanks, Adam. You’re my first foreign teacher of english)

Wednesday, May 13th 2015

Thank you

Wednesday, May 20th 2015

I just want to say you are absolutely awesome! THANK YOU

Tuesday, May 26th 2015

thank you so much
you are the best (y)

Wednesday, June 10th 2015

Damn! 4/9

Wednesday, June 24th 2015

Thank you Adam

Saturday, June 27th 2015

Thank you for the lesson. I have a question about a listening practice i’ve done. One of the answers was “note-taking” but i wrote this answer as “notetaking” does this cause to lose marks. If it does, do we need to memorize all the words have period. Thank you

Tuesday, July 14th 2015

Thanks Adam for the great lesson. Now, I am clear about using punctuations during writing. You are a very good teacher. I have a question, if you can suggest me some filler phrases/words which i can use in a normal conversation with my colleagues that would be very great full to you. I will wait for your reply. Thanks

Tuesday, August 25th 2015

“Semper Fi” Marines! Hurra at all present Marines!!!

Sunday, October 18th 2015

Thanks, Adam!

Sunday, November 8th 2015

Thank you Adam

Saturday, November 14th 2015

Tanks a lot mr.adam

Thursday, November 26th 2015

Dear Adam,

I always watch your lessons and pay so much attention in it. I think you are one of the best teachers of EngVid, congratulations!

I have one question: In the question 6, the question is structured like a normal clause (S+V+C). Is that normal? The verb comes first in a question, doesn’t it?

I apreciate in advance for the attention,

Hugs from Brazil

Saturday, November 28th 2015

how can i send you an essay to check for me ??

Monday, December 14th 2015

Thank you, Adam! It was very easy, interesting and nice!!! Fine lesson!!!

Saturday, January 2nd 2016

thanks

Tuesday, January 5th 2016

thank you adam

Saturday, January 16th 2016

Hi Adam, thank you for your lesson and it is interesting and helpful. Here a problem i met is that i can not handle the punctuation in oral-English. I can not speak English sentences like a native speaker. so have you ever given lessons about punctuation in oral-English?

Thursday, January 28th 2016

Thanks for lesson

Thursday, March 17th 2016

Thanks Adam you’re awesome! :>
:D

Saturday, May 21st 2016

5 out of 9 poor performance. :( How can i improve it?

Tuesday, June 21st 2016

can i send you my letters,so you can check it and see if i make errors?Iam an igcse student

Friday, August 19th 2016

Adam, I love your videos, they are absolutely fantastic! I have a lot a issues with punctuation, even in my own language, regarding the period, comma and semicolon. Do you think you could make a video about that???

Monday, September 5th 2016

hello Adam
I have a question to answer me pls. sometimes I wonder how I use colon and semi colon? pls to clarify for me
many thanks
Hamada

Monday, September 5th 2016

Thank you Adam, you made one of best lessons in Engvid. Please could you make more lessons.Your teaching way is inspiring.Take care of yourself.

Saturday, September 10th 2016
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