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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 word uses the same TH sound as "three"?

Which word uses the same TH sound as "the"?

Which word uses the same TH sound as "three"?

Which word uses the same TH sound as "the"?

Which word uses the same TH sound as "three"?

Which word uses the same TH sound as "the"?

Which word uses the same TH sound as "three"?

Which word uses the same TH sound as "the"?

Which word uses the same TH sound as "the"?

Which word uses the same TH sound as "three"?


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I’ve had 100 points! I want an award! ))
Thanks a lot for your excellent lessons and quizzes

Friday, December 7th 2012

    An award? I usually give my students chocolate in class, but I don’t think that would survive in the mail. Sorry!

    Friday, December 7th 2012

      i got 10 correct out of 10

      Sunday, December 9th 2012

      hi alex!
      i come from vietnam
      In your lesson, i heard that you said:”… has 2 different pronunciation” but i think that we have to use : 2 various pronunciation. Please tell me the difference between different and various !!!

      Sunday, December 9th 2012

        i’m from VN , too. : ))

        Saturday, November 9th 2013

      How to recieve chocolate from Sir Alex!?

      Thursday, January 17th 2013

        Hello Alex. I like your lessons very much. But I haven’t found a full lesson about transcription. I think it would be very useful for many people to see all signs of transcription and to hear it’s pronunciation by teacher.

        Sunday, April 14th 2013

      jajaja. Thanks Alex….

      Saturday, July 6th 2013

Thank you very much!
But any dictionary says that “th” in “with” sounds like “th” in “the”.
Can you comment it, please!
Thank you in advance!!!

Friday, December 7th 2012

    Really? I’ll have to double check my dictionaries. I can maybe see if the next word starts with a vowel sound.

    Example: “I need help with a problem.” vs. “I’m not good with people.”

    Hmm, I don’t think I’ve ever noticed that before, but now that you mention it, I do pronounce it both ways sometimes!

    Friday, December 7th 2012

I have to work a lot in my pronunciation. This lesson has helped me a lot. Thank you.

Friday, December 7th 2012

It was fun exercising my tongue.
Thanks

Friday, December 7th 2012

If someone was listening me practising it, then they would never guess what words I try to say. Specialy if th sound is in the middle of the word. This sound is extremly hard for me.

Friday, December 7th 2012

    You also was born in Poland and You can pronounce it properly. Your case make me hopeful, that i will succeed with it too (i’m little older than 7 but maybe still not to old :) ).

    Friday, December 7th 2012

      The more you practice, the better you’ll get. Good luck!

      Friday, December 7th 2012

I got 100 :D Thanx Guys . i’m Happey know . and nice way to explaine things .

Friday, December 7th 2012

Is there any difference between the “d” and the “th” in this, that, the, etc.

Friday, December 7th 2012

    Are you asking if we pronounce “the” like “da”? It’s a common mistake, and the proper pronunciation for all the words you listed is the hard, vibrated/voiced “th” sound. The same one you hear in “brother,” “mother,” etc.

    Friday, December 7th 2012

thanks teacher Alex … really nice and simple lesson

Friday, December 7th 2012

    No problem! I’m glad you found it useful!

    Friday, December 7th 2012

      i found it useful because you teach it very well

      please would explain to us in lesson about slang words..like :

      gonna
      gotta
      kinda
      ain’t

      please teacher

      Saturday, December 8th 2012

        We have some lessons on the site about these words. Use the search function. :) I did one for “sort of” and “kind of.”

        Sunday, December 9th 2012

Thanks Alex

Friday, December 7th 2012

Could you please make a video of lock, lack, look, luck differences in pronunciation

Friday, December 7th 2012

    Why not? :) Thanks for the suggestion.

    Friday, December 7th 2012

I got 100 % …very good!!!

Friday, December 7th 2012

    Nice job!

    Friday, December 7th 2012

Thanks a lot for the lesson. I have only checked Emma’s and your Vidlessons yet: very clear both of you. I’d like, if it is possible, a lesson about the word off. The meaning is not complicate to understand but, on the contrary, the use is confusing.

Saturday, December 8th 2012

Thanks a lot for the lesson, Alex.I want to ask you about quiz. I got 100%. It’s good! But I always considered that “With” pronounce as (Z) sound.And I was confused the following:
7. Which word uses the same TH sound as “three”?
With
Mother
Brother
Lover

Saturday, December 8th 2012

    Alex, I also didn’t understand this part of quiz:
    7. Which word uses the same TH sound as “three”?
    With
    Mother
    Brother
    Lover

    Plese, comment why “with” is a correct answer?

    Monday, December 10th 2012

Thanks Alex, I really like your pronunciation :)

Saturday, December 8th 2012

Thanks for the lesson. I suggest to make a video about the pronunciation of the “i”. For expample, the diference between fill, dice. I Know that the pronunciation is diferent, but I don’t know why. I think is called short and long “i”.

Saturday, December 8th 2012

    That’s more of a problem with English spelling! We do have a lesson on the difference between it/eat fill/feel.

    Sunday, December 9th 2012

      GOOD IDEA TEACHER!!

      Wednesday, October 23rd 2013

10/10 Thank You. Nice lesson.

Saturday, December 8th 2012

Excellent Practice of this small part of IPA’s.
that was a very fun and interactive video :)
thumbs up for you Mr.Alex :D

Saturday, December 8th 2012

thanks alex for the great video

Saturday, December 8th 2012

Thanks a lot Alex for your excellent lessons and quizzes

Saturday, December 8th 2012

thank you Alex, first for your great lessons and also for responding to comments :D

Saturday, December 8th 2012

first of all I wanna say ..thank you so much for the lesson
then I’m a little confused between these two words
breath……breathe
why does the first pronounce like ” 8″
and the second pronounce like “9”
are they just one word and have the same meaning ?
………………..
and how I pronouce the word “suggestion”
many thanks in advance
is …’sug’ ‘Jestion’?

Saturday, December 8th 2012

    No they aren’t.
    breath — this is a noun
    breathe — this is a verb

    So, you can say: “You have to breathe.”, “Take a deep breath.”

    As to “suggestion” — /səɡˈdʒɛstʃən/ — many non native speakers do not pronounce both “g”.

    Saturday, December 8th 2012

      thank you so Much dear brither for help.
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      And I also wanna thank dear teacher alex many thanks .may allah bless you .

      Sunday, December 9th 2012

    “Breathe” is a verb. “You need to breathe to live.”

    “Breath” is a noun. “I took a breath before starting my presentation.”

    Suggestion is pronounced “suh-jestion.” The double g is pronounced as a single sound.

    Sunday, December 9th 2012

please this word too
“Bother”
th as the
or as three
thank you very very Much dear teacher
may allah bles you

Saturday, December 8th 2012

    “Bother” is TH as in “the.” Same with brother, mother, and father.

    Sunday, December 9th 2012

what the diferent (in meaning) between= breath and breathe??????????

Saturday, December 8th 2012

    “Breath” is a noun, “breathe” is a verb.

    Sunday, December 9th 2012

Thank you Alex.10 out of 10.

Saturday, December 8th 2012

Thanks a lot teacher.You are a very good teacher.

Saturday, December 8th 2012

Great!

Saturday, December 8th 2012

Hi Alex,
I have 2 questions about the pronunciation of TH. When I’m watching series or listening to musics,often I hear words like “thin”,”think” and “thank you” being pronouced with a sound of “t” and words like “this”, “that”, and “although” I hear a sound of “d”.
Why this happen? Is wrong or just a matter of accent?
Bye for now!

Saturday, December 8th 2012

I got eight out of ten.

Saturday, December 8th 2012

Thanks alex for this lesson.it’s really usefull. you are a very good teacher.

Saturday, December 8th 2012

Not only these sounds are funny, but also very difficult for Brazilian students since we don’t have them in our language.

Saturday, December 8th 2012

It needed lots and lots of exercises, why is it so hard! Thanks Alex teatcher!

Saturday, December 8th 2012

Please describe the difference between ( three and tree sound).

Saturday, December 8th 2012

That is the phonetic symbol, not phonemic and that is the Phonetic Alphabet, not Phonemic! On other note, you are a great teacher! Could you also talk about the vowel in words like ‘cat’ and ‘pan’? It is difficult for foreigners, I think!

Saturday, December 8th 2012

    I found this:

    “phonetic” is a branch of linguistics that comprises the study of the sounds of human life

    “phonemic” comprises the study of the sound system of a given language and is concerned with grammatical characterization of this system of the sound.

    So, “phonemic” has to do with function, and phonetic with the form.”

    So, it could be synonyms but slightly different. This sentence is form the eng wiki:

    IPA is “used for phonetic and phonemic transcription of any language”

    Sunday, December 9th 2012

    As mentioned, many pronunciation books use the terms interchangeably. I learned it as “phonemic” since a phoneme is the smallest unit of sound that we use to generate meaning.

    Sunday, December 9th 2012

Thank Alex!I hope you’ll help me when i study English on this Web.I’m from in Viet Nam….You can repair some error in my comment.when i wrong OK? ^^

Saturday, December 8th 2012

    “I’m from Viet Nam. You can fix my errors when I’m wrong, okay?” :)

    Sunday, December 9th 2012

Very interesting video!

Saturday, December 8th 2012

    Me again! I have just created my account! First of all, I would like to thank all the engVid teachers who have spared no efforts to make this website function they way it does. Besides that, lots of people have benefited from your free lessons. I will be absorbing as much info as I can. Changing the suject – I remember when I started learning these two sounds 7 years ago. It was very funny and I struggled to pronounce them at first, but then they began to become more natural and simpler as I practiced them in front of the mirror and with my teacher.

    Sunday, December 9th 2012

      Mirror practice can be very useful! Don’t be afraid to look foolish in the beginning.

      Sunday, December 9th 2012

I want to know: how to read the word “sixth”?
both “s” and “θ” will be read?

Sunday, December 9th 2012

Hi Alex !
As far as I know the TH sounds as the one in three when it comes before a consonant or at the end of a word. But when it comes before a vowel I have no rule for that. Do you have a rule? THAN YOU IN ADVANCE.

Sunday, December 9th 2012

    Sadly, there is no absolutely consistent rule. Look at these examples:

    Thee (hard TH)
    Theme (soft TH)

    Both are followed by the same vowel sound but have different pronunciations.

    Teeth (soft TH)
    Teethe (hard TH)

    Both have the same vowel sound before, but different TH pronunciations after.

    Now that I think about it, I can’t think of a single word that has a soft TH sound when the word ends in “er.”

    Brother
    Mother
    Bother
    Rather
    Father
    Gather
    Soother

    So that’s one rule you can likely apply.

    Sunday, December 9th 2012

      Hi Alex ! this is Atef again ,
      The single word that you are thinking of is PANTHER the TH sounds soft as in three.
      THANK YOU ANY WAY THAT HOW IT IS ENGLISH PRONUNCIATIONS.

      Sunday, December 9th 2012

        Yeah, I realized that as soon as I posted the comment. :p Thanks!

        Monday, December 10th 2012

thanks Alex, its very usefull!

Sunday, December 9th 2012

What about questions № 7 ? In oral practice my teacher and all my friend pronounce TH (in with) sound like the. hm..

Sunday, December 9th 2012

    As mentioned above, I pronounce it both ways and have heard it pronounced both ways.

    Monday, December 10th 2012

Thanks Alex, I love this lesson.

Sunday, December 9th 2012

Where have you taught in Canada? (besides engVid)? All teachers are from Canada, my teacher?

Sunday, December 9th 2012

    Yes, we are based in Canada.

    Thursday, December 13th 2012

Thank you Alex. Very useful. Although my English listening skill is very low,
I can understand almost all you say. I like your lessons and
I think you are a very good teacher.

Sunday, December 9th 2012

hello, My name is Moussaab, and I have an English learning page on facebook where I share your content.
what I would like to say, is to suggest to you to be one of my administrators on that page and share all your content at the same time of yours.

Sunday, December 9th 2012

    I’m sorry, but that would not be possible. We already have our own Facebook page where we upload content.

    Monday, December 10th 2012

      what i mean is to share the content of your facebook page on mine too , that would give you twice oppotunity to have audience :)

      Monday, December 10th 2012

My first lesson here) and first 10 of 10!) Thank you, Alex! I was looking for such site and now I`m here and I already love it!

Sunday, December 9th 2012

These pronunciations are the greatest things to do for me I’ll succueed the day when “les poules auront des dents !”( When pigs can fly) ! Kind regards

Sunday, December 9th 2012

This is great but you might want to consider the movement of your tongue, which you do perfectly.

When you make either \th\ sounds, your tongue goes out between your teeth and you pull it in.

This would help your foreign students.

Monday, December 10th 2012

Very useful lesson! Thank You very much, Alex!

Monday, December 10th 2012

these pronuciations are very dificult to me speak. I’m brazilian. My goal is speak and listen english fluently.

Monday, December 10th 2012

    yes I have the same problem. i’ll succeed the day where “pigs fly” in French “when hen will have teeth” ! In fact I have a slghtly lisp anyhow my wife is native engish speaker and when I pronounce these words. She laughs and say that is very sweet so don’t worry about that. Englsh speakers like this way to speak

    Monday, December 10th 2012

hi, Alex. we forgive you for that mistake at the black board (kidding). i like your classes so much. thank you. in this lesson, i could solve my questions about the pronunciation of the article “the”. you pronounced it really clearly, so now i know how to pronounce it. thank you very much.

Tuesday, December 11th 2012

Thank you for your lesson it was very interesting
i got 9 on the quiz
by the way i am a new member and i have a ver bad english
in schoo”l all my friends get mock”
hope that i will have a better english
thk you again <3

Tuesday, December 11th 2012

Thanks teacher Alex … really nice and simple lesson

Tuesday, December 11th 2012

Amazing Lesson teacher, Thanks!

The “TH” sound really makes the difference!You look much more fluent if you pronounce it correctly!

Tuesday, December 11th 2012

thanks Alex

Wednesday, December 12th 2012

excuse me Mr Alex but I modestly think that the word ‘with” is pronounced as “the” sound. and that’s why I got 90 out of 100.

Wednesday, December 12th 2012

    No worries. I’ve heard it pronounced both ways, but I personally use the soft TH pronunciation. If you use the hard TH pronunciation, that’s alright too.

    Thursday, December 13th 2012

thank alex for your concern.however we need a lesson on both all consernant and vowel sound

Wednesday, December 12th 2012

    Sounds like a great idea for a long future lesson!

    Thursday, December 13th 2012

Professional instructor and great lesson , that’s pretty awesome Mr . Alex i hope you always present lessons who are like that because they’re many buddy have problem in pronunciation thx alot :)

Wednesday, December 12th 2012

Very good, thanks!

Thursday, December 13th 2012

when i took the quiz
this Q
Which word uses the same TH sound as “three”?
With
Mother
Brother
Lover

and they said that the answer is with who come?

Thursday, December 13th 2012

    As mentioned above, “with” is pronounced both ways by native speakers. Most Canadians I know use the soft TH pronunciation for it, so perhaps it’s typical pronunciation in my area!

    Thursday, December 13th 2012

it’s diffcult to learn for me. i am not a english location. thx for chance to watch

Thursday, December 13th 2012

Dear teacher ALEX,CONGRATULATIONS!!!
I always found how hard it is to teach The IPA for my private students. I found a very easy way to teach now my Brazilian students everything you teach on proninciation and Grammar. This is my first time acessing this wonderful electronic address and now I am sure that I can count on yr experience to make my classes clearer, shorter and more practical. Thank you very much for all yr effrts!!
George frm Macae – Rio de Janeiro – Brasil

Friday, December 14th 2012

Alex sir good morning,
i feel happy when solved quiz and got 80 after learning from u.
i could learn how to pronounce TH and i hope i will learn more.

Saturday, December 15th 2012

thanks my the best teacher but i have notice about (( with )) when i put it in macmillan dictionary it say like ( the , thick )) it have two sound ?? excuse me can you explain for me

Sunday, December 16th 2012

thanks my the best teacher but i have notice about (( with )) when i put it in macmillan dictionary it say like ( the , thick )) it have two sound ?? excuse me can you explain for me

Sunday, December 16th 2012

    You’re right. Even dictionary.com has both pronunciations listed. Like I mentioned above, I have also heard both ways used.

    Sunday, December 16th 2012
Sunday, December 16th 2012

thanks alex your voice is so cute and real

Sunday, December 16th 2012

HELLO i ALEX YOU DONE GREAT JOB , I HAVE LEARN ALOT OF THINGS HERE , THAT I CONFUSED OFTEN WITH THAT . ACTUALY I HAD BEEN USE OFTEN MOUNTH , NO BODY UNDERSTOOD WHAT I MEAN AND LIKE THAT , FOR EXAMPLE WEATHER , THEY ASK AGIAN, WHAT DOSE MEAN , CAUSE I CAN`T TO PRONOUCE IT GOOD , SO NOW I CAN UNDERSTAND WHAT IS WORNG WITH ME . THANKS FOR GREAT LESONS. GOOD LUCK FOR ALL

Sunday, December 16th 2012

There is mistake in quiz

The word “with” it must be say as “the”

But quiz say it like “three”

Am I wrong or quiz ??

Monday, December 17th 2012

hi how are u doing alex .. thanks for the lesson as it was very helpful for me
ps : the question number seven in the quiz i thought that there is no ‘th’ sound like the word ‘three’ in the first 3 answers and the fourth answer was the word lover which have no ‘th’ in it
and that’s why i picked it lol

Monday, December 17th 2012

Thanks so much Mr. Alex. Its very useful.

Tuesday, December 18th 2012

You are great, Alex. Thanks.

Tuesday, December 18th 2012

Hi alex, i am from Philippines, the way you teach english pronunciation really helped me a lot to improve my own pronunciation. Thank you very much

Wednesday, December 19th 2012

You are great sir. Thank you so much.

Wednesday, December 19th 2012

Thanks all “Teachers” for all your free lessons.It is really worthy. Thanks a lot a lot a lot…..

Thursday, December 20th 2012

This lesson helped a lot, especially to pronounce the final “s” or “ed” if it is “s” and “z” or “t” and “d”.
thanks again.that helped me a lot because i was confused of the word ending pronunciation.Thanks,thanks, teacher Alex

Thursday, December 20th 2012

thanks Alex and looking forward for some more lessons like this…
Happy X-Mas to all engvid team and lots of thanks to all of you for your great effort for improving our english.

Thursday, December 20th 2012

thank you so much

Monday, December 24th 2012

Thank you Alex for the first lesson , I well listen to you again and again

Monday, December 24th 2012

thanks a lot i have the problem of my pronounciation it helping a lot,now ive got a perfect from the quiz.hurray,sir alex!

Saturday, December 29th 2012

It’s my first lesson here, and I got 100 points, Alex you are a fantastic teacher. LOL

By the way, I’m from Spain, greetings to everyone!

Wednesday, January 2nd 2013

thanks it was so helpful lesson for me …

Saturday, January 5th 2013

I got 100 points…. Ehhhh Brazil-zil-zilllll
*
The teachers are awesome. This is why we get high score

Saturday, January 12th 2013

Hi, Alex! 10 point.

Tuesday, January 15th 2013

Hi Alex
I have a question for you. I remember I was in Walmart the other month and I asked a staff to help me to find a non alcoholic beer and I used “without alcohol” with “TH” sound as “three” BUT he couldn’t understand me. However I gave it a shot and used “T” sound rather than “TH” sound he said OK now I know you are looking for beer “witout!!!! alcohol”. So I’m confused really :(
Thanks Alex for your great class as always.

Wednesday, January 16th 2013

I got 70 % :(
thank you alex for lesson

Friday, January 18th 2013

Thank’s teacher Alex.

Tuesday, January 22nd 2013

thank you so mach

Thursday, January 24th 2013

How to know when to pronunce soft and hard TH ? I mean, is there any rule for that ? Thanks !

Saturday, January 26th 2013

Thank you teacher Alex, this lesson is very useful

Sunday, February 3rd 2013

These sounds are funny and close to. Sometimes I get confused on how to pronounce them. The class were great and I practice the sounds trying my best. Tks for the class

Thursday, February 7th 2013

9 correct out of 10 – Thomas from Poland thx

Friday, February 8th 2013

is there a rule to differentiate between the pronounciation of both? i thought before that the rule for the former is that for nouns, adjectives, adverbs and verbs, while the later will pronounced for articles, demonstratives and common place adverbs.

Saturday, February 16th 2013

so what is the rule to pronounce both of them? i thought before that the rule for the former is that for nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs while the later is for articles, demonstratives, common place adverbs, so is it right or wrong?

Sunday, February 17th 2013

Thank a lot for all your lessons. I really enjoy all of them. You are a perfect skillful teacher.

Sunday, February 17th 2013

Thanks for explaining the phonetic differences of the “TH”

Sunday, February 17th 2013

how is the three and with in Q 7 ….are same th sound
could u plz explain
ty

Monday, February 18th 2013

I want,I need,I’ll to learn english.

Sunday, February 24th 2013

excellent effort Guys I really Enjoy… but i got 6 out of 10 need to be practice more & more

Monday, February 25th 2013

think you very much teacher Alex ,in all my life I never pronoced with as THREE but as THE , THINK YOU AGAIN

Friday, March 1st 2013

It really helped me, thank you!

Saturday, March 2nd 2013

It helped me too.. pronunciation is the most dificult part in english for me

Monday, March 11th 2013

    I can only agree with you. It is really the hardest one)

    Sunday, March 17th 2013

Wonderful. I learn a lot. Thank you!

Wednesday, March 13th 2013

Thanks for your videos.
I learned ‘with’ is pronounced in two ways, soft ‘TH’ and hard ‘TH’.
When I go to Canada next time, I listen to how Canadians pronounce ‘with’ carefully.
It is very curious for me.

Sunday, March 31st 2013

great………

Monday, April 1st 2013

I think It´s very important the pronunciation. I´m practising much time. It´s a good exercise.
Thanks Alex

Friday, April 5th 2013

Why did nobody teach me pronunciation when I was a child????

Friday, April 5th 2013

:( 80%

Wednesday, April 17th 2013

Hi, I’m really confused about question 7. Why the answer is (with)? could you explain,please?

Wednesday, April 17th 2013

Thanks Alex…

Wednesday, April 24th 2013

If you know phonemic simbols you can pronounce any word by finding them in a dictionary, but if you find a word you don’t know and you don’t have a dictionary with you it’s impossible to pronounce it, isn’t it?

Thursday, April 25th 2013

thank you very very Much dear teacher

Saturday, April 27th 2013

Alex, hi!
Could you answer. there are too many dictionaries where “with” pronounce with the same TH sound like “this”

Sunday, May 19th 2013

HA ha ha ha ha HAHA hhhhhh
i love this lesson
i love english
hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

Thursday, May 23rd 2013

Oh, thank you so much for this lesson, i really have problems with my pronunciation in “th” sound.

Wednesday, June 5th 2013

In Brazil we don’t have this phoneme to most of us it’s very difficult. Thank you for this lesson!

Tuesday, June 11th 2013

I got correct 9 out of 10.I have got good pronunciation.I have pronunciation very easily.I appreciate for this.thank

Thursday, June 13th 2013

May I ask that is there any different between “of” and ” ‘s”?

Saturday, June 22nd 2013

how to use “want, intend and attempt”? thank u for good teaching

Sunday, June 23rd 2013

I got 7 correct out of 10.
Thank you very much for this lesson Mr Alex.

Monday, July 8th 2013

Thanks a lot Alex.

Thursday, July 18th 2013

Hey, in my first try I was very bad, But I Wacthed the lesson again and I got 100 points!
Thanks.

Monday, July 22nd 2013

Hey Alex… You are a great Teacher, I would like to have A class related to connectors Like however,thereford,even, and even though when use those.

thanks,

Edwin.

Monday, August 5th 2013

thank you Teacher for the lesson but you said the Th like 3 is funy sound but It’s arabic Character ث thank you again

Sunday, August 11th 2013

sorry I MEAN FUNNY

Sunday, August 11th 2013

I’m sorry again this comment must be on the frist lesson ^_^

Sunday, August 11th 2013

hahaha the picture of the lesson deceived me this is the rigt lesson sorry for puting more than one comment.

Sunday, August 11th 2013

It’s a really funny sounds. But, ok! I need to learn.

Friday, August 30th 2013

Alex this is most interesting lesson but still i cant say this that correctly

Sunday, September 1st 2013

thank you so much Adam. This is thing im wondering!

Friday, September 20th 2013

    sorry, Alex, not Adam )

    Friday, September 20th 2013

Thanks.It is interesting topics.

Thursday, September 26th 2013

Thank you for the lesson!
There is a mistake in the quiz, point 7…

Thursday, September 26th 2013

Would you like to tell us please if we can use the verb to have in Present Continuous form?
Thank you in advance!

Thursday, September 26th 2013

I got 100 %! Ya~y :D But I’m not accustomed to pronounce “th” (thought, three, thank, etc.) yet. Never give up! Thank you, Alex :)

Monday, September 30th 2013

i try this. thankyou have a nice day

Friday, October 11th 2013

oh.I got 80%.thanks !

Saturday, October 19th 2013

got 10. can’t beleive

Thursday, November 7th 2013

got 10. i can’t beleive it hahah tnkx a lot.

Thursday, November 7th 2013

yehey!perfect!superb

Monday, November 18th 2013

Thank a lot, but it sound difficult.

Saturday, December 7th 2013

Your lessons are very useful and simple! Thank you!!!!!!

Tuesday, December 10th 2013

I love that guy. He’s a perfect teacher

Thursday, January 16th 2014

Thanks sir I got 90%.

Friday, January 17th 2014

Thank you very much for this lesson, it’s very helpful!!!!

Sunday, February 2nd 2014

ALEX AND WHEN WE SAYS “TRUE” I THINK IT’S CLOSE WITH THE WORD THROUGHT ..ISN’T???
THANKS

Tuesday, February 18th 2014

    YOU’RE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT, THE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS ONE STARTS WITH “TH” AND THE OTHER WITH “T”! ALSO TRY turning off caps lock because it makes it sounds like you’re shouting :P

    Wednesday, February 19th 2014

I got 8 correct out of 10. Thank you Alex.

Wednesday, March 19th 2014

CANADIANS ARE GOOD TEACHERS!

Thursday, May 15th 2014

Hi teacher Alex! I got 100! Thanks a lot for the lesson! It’s really a great help specially for Asian people… God bless you more!

Thursday, June 26th 2014

Hi.. Sir..thank a lot for this lesson..I got 8 correct out of 10..

Monday, September 8th 2014
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