tip. You can start using these expressions in your English conversations immediately. We’ll go over the different meanings of
tip, and I’ll teach you some common collocations with this word. By the end of this English lesson, you will improve your vocabulary, learn useful expressions, and understand how the expressions are most commonly used. I’ll teach you the meaning of
tip of the iceberg,
tip of my tongue, and many more!
very useful lesson.Thanks a lot.
Hillarious an interesting class as usual James. Your sense of humour makes learning a long-lasting experience.
Just one question James: What’s the difference between “Taking your hat off to someone” and “Tipping your hat to someone”? Are these two expressions synonyms?
P.S. I know that you will keep me wainting for your reply for ages, but you know what James? I do not really mind. What matters is learning not matter what it takes.
Take care! See you round.
☺ wooh…! 10/10. I found this lesson so much interesting just like you james. Thanks!
Very helpful lessons☺.thanks a lot.
Dear engvid, please record the lessons at higher volume because with smartphones they are too low to hear. Thanks
I’ve got 10/10, but I didn’t quite understand ‘tip the scales’. Does the 10th question mean that Mr. dropped or gained weight, or something else?
Here tip the scales used for heavy body build sports person like wrestlers etc. Who has much weigh than usual person also they have competition between their competitor to achieve their targeted goal. Let suppose if A person has weigh 300kg which is the most higher than the others so that would be the challenge for the others to achieve it and if B got that weigh . In that way we say .Mr.B tips the scale of Mr.A. ( This is what i got , for more clarification we should wait for james reply)
In this context “tip the scales” only means that Mr E is maybe about to wrestle or box and to confirm what category he competes he went onto a scale which displayed his 0.2 lbs weight .
Now , you can also use “tip the scales” with the same meaning that “tip the balance” in another context
See : http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/tip+the+scales
Hope this help
It’s a useful video. I have got 9/10 because of the 10th question. I really confused about the meaning of “tip the scales”.
Watch that part of the lesson again to understand if you still are confused about ‘tip the scales’
I learned by having fun !
Great lesson and the quiz was very useful think you keep go on
Thank you, James!!! You are a good teacher!!!
I tip my hat to you!
Thanks, James. I agree with #7. “All of EngVid lessons include useful TIPS that will help us learn English.” See you next time!
Thank you very much
Thank you, James. it is so interesting lesson.
Thank you my teacher , I have had interesting lesson today
Thank you my teacher
I have had an interesting lesson today
100 yaaaa me???
Thanks James!!We all tip our hats to you for this great lesson ;)
Thanks, James. I tip my hat to you!
Thanks! That´s my first lesson on this page and I love it! Is very usefull :)
You are so great:) I looove to see your video:)
I am tipping my hat to you:)
thanks James, i really like this lesson :)
I got 10/10! Thank you, James. I tip my hat to you ;)
Thanks James, you are great!!In portuguese are similar expression like tip of the tongue, we say “na ponta da língua”.
Thanks James for that lesson
Thank you, very helpful “tip”.
Thanks, I have learnt a lot of useful tips from you.
Thanks James! Your lessons are full of useful tips, so, this one can’t be different!
100 i did it :D <3
Ola James, I am new in the website, just watched your lesson that was very easy to understand, most of tips have the same sense in Portuguese.
It is really a helpful tip ! Thanks !
9/10 not bad i think. anywhere thank you a lot James!
7/10 maybe i work hard to english lesson.
Thanks a lot! You are great!
Thanks very much, it helpful.
Thanks a lot, teacher James, a very great performance and amusing video class.
Thank you very much, it is helpful
thank you teacher, I’ve missed you.
10/10! Thank you! I’m tipping my hat to your!
thank you teacher
I got one correct out of 10
i’m so sad i got 9 of 10 but i tip my hat to you my best teacher
Thanks a lot ! Great lesson ! 10/10 for me!
This lesson was easily comprehesion
Tip my hats for you sir
Good job James, I really like the way you are doing it, i am learning with you.
I tip my hat to you after this lesson.. thank you!
Thank you very much teacher.
James is a great teacher.
Thanks. I just want to say………oh gosh, i can’t remember, it’s on the tip of my tongue….oh yes, i got it….I tip my hat to you!!!!
Thank you James, Very useful, I learned much more information, But my English still is tip of the Iceberg :)
Hi! Thanks for this lesson as well as the others. They are really great and helpful. And what you do is awesome.
I’ve got a question. I don’t really see the difference between the words “number”, “quantity” and “amount”. Or are they the same? Help me with it, please.
Looking forward to your reply.
Thanks James. Great tips
wow.. 10 out of 10 :) thank you :)
I got 10/10!!! Amazing lesson! Tks a lot!!!
I got 10/10. This lesson has very useful tips. Thank you!
I am so glad I found your class. I will be taken the exam for the county soon and English is a section on the test. With the help of your video’s I know I will pass. Thank you
I had to use that word a little, just in restaurants, but now i get new ways about it…thank you James.
Thank you very much :)
Great lesson,great tips,formidable teacher.
Thanks a lot,Sir James.
thank you james you give us a lot of tips :)
I got 8/10 but this lesson was very helpful.Thanks, Mr.James.
9/10 I must work harder!
Thank you. I got 9/10
I learned a lot.. Thanks sir james
Thanks James for your useful tips!I appreciated that! Thank a lost!
Thanks a lot. Love your lessons! ;-)
You are very funny. Thank you for the informative
Fantastic ! Thank you so much James. You’re really helping me to improve my English. I love your lessons :)
hey frial can you give me your facebook
Good job James! You always give us handy tips. Thanks!
In Brazil, generally speaking, we only tip the waiters in more expensive restaurants. As a matter of fact, they usually add 10% of the price in the bill before asking us whether we are pleased with the service or not… Anyway, it’s optional here.
Until next time!
thank for useful tips :))
Thank you for yous useful tips which makes me to tip my hat for you :)
thanks for everything teacher this video is very usefull
Great Class. I reach 10/10
a helpful tips from your lessons,thank you.
James, would you please explain the main difference between tip and hint?
Hello James! I’m thankfully you your class. I get 100 in that quiz! I’ll learn more and more with your help. God bless you pedir
Pedir was a mistake. What I wanted say is Professor.lol
Very good James!
Hi guys this link is for praticse english
Very good tip
I have learned so many useful things from you James .thanks so much .G od bless you .
thanks your lesson!
I tips my hat
i tip my hat :)
Thank you, very useful tips James
Thx James.u r the best teacher ever.
Thanks, James! Your classes are very interesting and helpful!
You got 10 correct out of 10.
thanks a lot.
10 out of 10 again yey thank you mr james now i know more about tip…
It is amazing how many ways I can use “Tip”. I never realized that. Thank you Professor James.
fantastic James :3
thank you, very useful tips james
90 % ;)
thanks a lot.
A lot of tip for many useful tips.
I always like to leave a generous tip when I go into a restaurant.
At last 100%!!!
Thank you Mr. James!
you always make me laugh! thank u
thank you for your tips.
wonderful lessons thanks james
James , Thanks for you’re lessons it’s very helpful and funny I tip my hat
thanks Mr james
Very nice lesson and quiz!Thanks =)