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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.
Bemused means:

The plot of that movie was so ___________!

A judge should be...

Enormity means:

Fortuitous means:

Noisome means:

Nonplussed means:

Refute means:

I hate pop music. The structure is often so ___________.

He _______________ his clothes outside.


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Thanks Alex. Thanks Engvid..

Thursday, January 10th 2019

You’re a great teacher! I like watching your videos!

Thursday, January 10th 2019

About “Fortuitous” – Longman Dictionary says “happening because of good luck”, so it comes out very close to “Fortunately”

Thursday, January 10th 2019

Got 9 correct out of 10.
Confused with the meaning of word “fortuitous”, so I got wrong answer for this question.

Thursday, January 10th 2019

Thank you for the lesson sir😊

Thursday, January 10th 2019

Got 100. ☺ Thank you ,Alex. You work so great. I like your way of teaching, it’s quite understandable ! <3

Thursday, January 10th 2019

wow . Thank you Alex. hard lesson I got 100 and learned 21 new words.

Thursday, January 10th 2019

Thank you Alex! It was a pretty nice lesson. I got 10/10 and got very satisfied with this result. :)

Thursday, January 10th 2019

I got 100!!!, Thank Alex Great lesson!!!

Thursday, January 10th 2019

Thank you, Mr. Alex !!!!

Thursday, January 10th 2019

Thank you for this lesson Alex, but I’m confused now.

According to the Longman online dictionary and the Merriam-Webster online dictionary, “enormity” also means “the great size, the quality or state of being huge: immensity.”

Could you clarify this, please?

Thursday, January 10th 2019

Hi Alex
Brilliant as always. I know I’m asking too much but I had that question wandering in my mind jostling to get out and I didn’t find better than you to ask him, so you have to forgive me for that importunity. Since you are the one who recommended that books be read, you must have read them. I did as you said and did read them both “wonder” and “the curious incident of the dog”. I loved the first one more so I read it again, then a paragraph in a chapter of letters, emails… stopped me when Mr. Tushman sent an email to Mrs. Alban. It’s like this” Were I not convinced that Jack Will is extremely sorry for his actions, and were I not confident that he would not repeat those
actions, rest assured that I would not be allowing him back to Beecher Prep”. Now, when I read it I guessed its meaning like this ” if I wasn’t convinced…”. which is my question is about. Did I guess it right or what kind of sentence is beginning with were to express conditional clause?. Thank you and I hope that I could make my question clear.
Ps. you have all the right not to answer my silly question.

Thursday, January 10th 2019

I was so much concentrated at listening to you that only at minute 6 I noticed your Star Wars sweater and thought “Whoo epic”!

Thanks for the lesson :)

Thursday, January 10th 2019

Thank you.I got 10/10.

Thursday, January 10th 2019

Thanks

Thursday, January 10th 2019

THANK YOU NOW I CAN USE THE WORDS CORRECTLY NOW

;D

Thursday, January 10th 2019

Hi Alex. Can I say “Please, suspend your coat on the hanger” ? What about “We negotiated the bend at high speed” ? Quite a discovery, to me, such “physical” meanings of some verbs, maybe a topic for a video?

Friday, January 11th 2019

Thank you teacher Alex.It’s a job well done.

Friday, January 11th 2019

Comme d’habitude, c’est clair et bien expliqué.
Merci Alex.

Friday, January 11th 2019

Thanks Mr. Alex! After two listening, I got 100 at the quiz, but I’m sure I have to listen the lesson more and more. ;-)

Friday, January 11th 2019

thank you teachaer. I learned much, and I hope continue in ths process

Friday, January 11th 2019

Thanks a lot alex, engvid, viva alex¡¡¡¡¡

Saturday, January 12th 2019

Flawless presentation.Your style is pretty awesome.

Sunday, January 13th 2019

10 times thank you Alex!!!One for each explanation.
I really like these kind of lessons. Straight to the point with a clear example.
Thanks again ;)

Monday, January 14th 2019

Hi Alex! I liked too much your videos! You are funny and bright. Thanks!

Friday, January 18th 2019

Great talk!

Friday, January 18th 2019

Thank you.

Saturday, January 19th 2019

Thank you Alex.

Monday, January 21st 2019

Thanks, Alex. It was very interesting and useful.

Sunday, January 27th 2019

Thanks a lot, Alex. It was interesting and usefull.

Tuesday, January 29th 2019

Alex, you are the best teacher! This is a very good lesson.

Monday, February 11th 2019

Got correct out 8 of 10

Thursday, February 14th 2019

5/10…not satisfactory!

Tuesday, March 5th 2019

thank you for your help

Tuesday, March 12th 2019

I think the lesson was great but I “THINK” I know the meaning of plot but could you reach out and help me, It would help me to understand my novel writing course better.

Thursday, April 18th 2019

Thank you! Very interesting and useful. You also should have mentioned about “sympathy”. In Russian it means “to like someone”, in English it means “to feel sorry about someone who is in trouble” more often. Russian often confuse the meaning of the word and sometimes cannot understand the context.

Monday, June 3rd 2019

Almost all the words given here were new for me. But… anyway, 100%! Thank you, Alex. )))

Monday, June 3rd 2019

I got 70 %, so it’s not too bad for me, aiming that I’m not advance yet. thank you, Alex you’re very good :)

Wednesday, June 5th 2019

Thank you Alex for the detailed teaching. That’s is very helpful.

Monday, June 17th 2019

it was really good

Tuesday, July 9th 2019

thank Alex i have learned it and owner.

Tuesday, July 9th 2019

Thank you Alex!
I never used these words in a wrong way because I actually never used any of them 😂

Thursday, August 8th 2019

“You got 10 correct out of 10”.
Thanks a lot, Alex! Now I know.

Wednesday, September 18th 2019
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