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This is my first lesson today …

boulMed

    As far as I can see you didn’t get up on the wrong side of the bed today BouMed. Good for you!

    All the best with your English.

    Regino

      Dear Emma, from what I’ve learned in my grammars, I could tell that a phrasal verb consist of a Verb + a particle.

      The latter can be either a preposition or an adverb. Please correct me if I’m wrong.

      Useful clasification of angry phrasal verbs. It will help us to learn them quickly and use them propperly.

      Gripping video lesson Emma! Thanks.

      Regino

    It is really a good idea that you gathered many phrasal verbs that have to do with angry theme.

    It would be better to do the same method to other phrasal verbs That have the same theme !

    Thank you Emma !

    Nabil

    this is my first lesson and it helps me a lot

    thayalan

Nice class
I really appreciated

CaioLinhares

So good lesson, I need to listen to again, Thank you Teacher Emma, you’re great Teacher ..

boulMed

I haven’t blown up once in a blue moon when I was a single.
But after marriage and becoming mother, my family sometimes piss me off ^^; Thank you, Emma. Interesting lesson :D

Happy04

    How happy family you have! I am always touched your nice comments.

    Yutaka Endo

What a great lesson, Emma.

I’m a phrasal verb person. I wish I knew all of
them.

I used to memorize one every day. So, as years
went by I knew a lot.

For us foreigners, it’s tough.But we can get
quite a lot. So, I write sentences using them
and doing this it becomes a little easier to
learn them by heart.

Would you mind preparing more lessons with
phrasal verbs?

I have a feeling all students will profit
from it.

I could undestand every word you said, Emma.
It’s so important for me to understand what you
Engvid professors say. Thanks again.

Sonia1234

So good lesson

Mohammed baqtmi

Thank you very much Emma for this informative session!!

binujohn

10 out of 10, but I found it quite difficult. tks

Canardo

thanks for your gripping lesson ( I learnt this word from Regino, thanks regino as well)
EMMA , could I ask you a question?
what does ‘as it happens’ mean?
thanks in advance

Manolya

Thank you a lot Ms Emma, and for sure, this lesson isn’t going to wind me up =D :)

Oussamadridi

thanks MR: Emma

abuelhadeed

Hi everyone,
thanks teacher.As usually,today’s lesson is useful with good explanation.therefor,I have learned a lot about English language through your helpful lessons.

fatihaeng

Thanks Emma!!! Good lesson!!!

VSilva

So funny lesson. Thank you :)))))

KEvgenii

“Fly into a rage” is a long phrasal verb, I was wondering if it is an idiom?

Nabil

    In my opinion that is a idiom

    ccvcruz

Thanks

a.torkashvand

Thank you Emma it was a perfect lesson. your absent gets to me

Aissam BG

I was surprised to know that English language have so many expressions to show “angry”.
Today’s lesson was very interesting but too difficult.
I fly into a rage now because of a quarrel with my wife tonight.

Yutaka Endo

EMMA I was a little surprised about your pronunciation of word “winds”? It means (when alone, of course!! ) a stream of air, right? As far as I know this word sounds like in the music “dust in the wind” (Kansas)….can you help me (rsrsrs)? Thank a lot

ccvcruz

    ccvcruz, when “wind” is a verb, the pronunciation is /waɪnd/, when a noun the pronunciation is /wɪnd/. In that case is a verb!

    /waɪnd/ – to turn or cause something to turn.
    /wɪnd/ – a current of air moving approximately horizontally, especially one strong enough to be felt.

    samuel.martins

Thank you! 10 out of 10!

mohammed735

Hello Emma!
I’m just coming back from the school where I teach kids and found your lesson quite relevant to my current mood and situation. Today I went nuts with my students and was angrily led to use the’mother’ name to get them more strict and controllable but that only came out unpurposely. At that note, they ended up all turning against me and I felt extremely guilty and speechless. Handling things in class fell out of my hands this time. Are there any tips to suggest for me?

omaxios

It very clear the way explaint English,

Zurith

Thank you for such a useful lesson, Emma.

Sonia1234

Excelent lesson Emma.

Augusto Leoncio

9/10 thanks you, very useful:-)

Astric

I enjoyed the lesson today wohoo my first quiz angry words and phrases.

mohamedawil231

9 of 10, i am happy now

vikingloveu

Hi Emma,
My name is Tran Van Hop, Vietnamese and a teacher of English in Vietnam. Could I send you email to ask for permission? My email address is: mrtran.nbk.2009@gmail.com. Thank You.

mrtran.nbk.2009

Many thanks for lesson

rmolle

thx to teacher Emaa, I finally know how to show my anger by using the angry phras

milklovej

    thx to teacher Emaa, I know how to show my
    anger by using the angry phrasal verbs finally .

    milklovej

very useful…

naser harawi

Thanks Emma!!

kbyo

Thank you very much your teaching! It is a great blessing for me from all of you.
I am Violinartist from Hungary.

Vidamzenesz

As usual Emma……..Thakes alot

Arash

That’s good even I don’t get ready to the quizzes
Thanks alot I do better coming on

aliimat

90% for the first time looks good . thanks Emma!

virat kholi

Thank you Emma
It was a sort of practical video
keep doing this

Mahdi1366

my first time

Sharofiddin

this my first lesson today

khalidko1977

Hello Emma, Nice to meet you. I’m Marcos from Brazil.

So, You had an interesting idea when you translate everything you are telling us
in “real time” on the bottom of each video. I’d like to give all of you one suggestion:
Could you please not to write nothing on the bottom. I mean that when you write
something on it, we can’t see it because it stay behind of what you are telling us by voice. Therefore, it’s not possible to see what is written on the board.
Try something like that:

***************BlackBorad**********************
part of the board where all of you (teachers)
can write.

Gor it ?

Don’t write nothing below it. ; )

**************************************************
Your explanation for us by voice.
**************************************************

Marcos Stone

It’s me again, Marcos from Brazil.

It’s about my suggestion above

So, When you write something on the bottom of the “white/blackboard”, i hate it.

We ( students) can’t see the explanition because of your translation on the bottom of the video.

Then, summarizing, It’s the kind of thing that PISS ME OFF, WIND’S ME UP a lot. Lol

Thank you so much. You are so sweet in your explanations. ; )

Marcos Stone

    just click on “legendas” (2nd icon) at the right bottom of the video and it disappears

    Bergvolk

I loved it so much. Thank you EMma

Ati ag

thank you a lot useful lesson :)

noysse

Thank you Emma!

rfcmadeira

Yay I got 100 , thanks teacher for your lesson. :)

zam2001

Thanks Emma!!

Ali ALKHALDI

8 out 0f 10. Thanks Emma

rodulfo99@hotmail.com

Ooo Emma,Emma thank you very much.

sagittaire

Dear Emma thank you!)))) I got a pleasure, waching your lesson))) Sometimes I can me freaked out)))
I’ll try to remember your adive: “CALM DOWN”)))

stihotworenie

i hope i could be better. thank you

Ali Jafari

Hi Emma! Thanks for the interesting lesson. Can you help me? I have several questions. I tried to find the answers in the Internet, but unfortunately I couldn’t.
1. I can use “gets to” and “winds up” when I want to say, that SOMETHING makes me angry?
2. When I want to say that SOMEONE makes me angry, I should use “ticks off”?
3. When I speak in Present Continuous, for example, I must say “Something is getting to me/winding me up”. or these phrasal verbs are unchangeable forms? and I should say “Something is gets to me”
Thank you

Mariya-mirabella

can i ask T.Emma
why we write o’clock like that?
it is abbreviatiokn or what
can you make it clear to me

Ali Ash

So far so good.You got 9 correct out of 10

Ayman Musa

Hey Emma, I really appreciated yr lesson.
Thanks!

WesleyCruaia

Thanks for your work, I really appreciate what you do with this page.

IvanGar

Thank you , i really like your lessons and your way of teaching …can you please make videos about stress :)

Eliee93

Thank you Emma..

Joshisadanandan

thank for a great lesson. It helps me so much@

goldspice

Hi! I am new and I got 90. Thanks a lot for this lesson.

Superbonbon

HI Emma;Congratulations, lovely woman. Today you deserve our most beautiful flowers and poetry!
Happy Women’s day to you!

tzar79

Hi Emma. I am reza

ppmr

thank you very much emma , this lesson was very important to me

jamal abdirizak

Hello everyone,

I really apreciatte this videos, because people can study. The teachers are very goood!

kvalderramac

    You have some mistakes in spelling my dear classmate.

    hossein

One mistake :'( i’ll do verter next time.awesome lesson.

charliegalvan

Hello Emma, I want to improve my English.
can you advice? what do I do;

maiqbal

Thanks Emma…
oh only God knows how proud I’m to see my country flag next to my photo in the comments section along with so many other people of different flags and countries. It’s really special feeling. :)

Yazeed Alsahafi

Hi, Emma. I’m from Taiwan, thank you for teaching me to make progress

River Yang

NICE !!!! good lesson, and obviously this lesson didnt pissed me off at al!.

TheCricket07

This video doesn’t piss me off. I enjoyed it very much.

stellamondeck

people who do not like engvid really get to me .. thanks a lot emma it was so useful for me.. your explanation did not wind me up … i hope you do more and more like this it would never piss me off :)

aboood1994

People who are impolites piss me off!!

Elainecosta

Thanks emma…I wish to you all the best

challenger plus

please ow can i get note to read?

Ademel

just 4 of 10, i’m engry

Momoy B2A

Great video tips! Well done! I got a question, actually two. Among all these phrasal verbs who is the most common when people are talking to each other? And they are a kind of slangs? Thank you so much!

Fabio Camilo

Thanks a lot Emma!

Chau Le

Great lesson!
It is useful when I am watching movies, videos etc.

breezysoul

so far so good thanks a lot :D

benjamin03

Thanks Emma, I like your presentation very much.You are so good presenter.

mainul

There is no reason to be angry at this lesson. The subject was interesting.

Roger13

Emma is my favorite teacher, I love her classes, and I have lerarned a lot with her, thank you emma

kajuma

my bad grammars piss me off

BaoChau

Thanks Emma. Your lessons are always useful. You’re great!

Rocaf

Great lessons

Eric ZL

ty,very useful

greekling

good lession

robin ma

thank you that was a great lesson :)

nesrine mimouni

I really like to cracking my fingers)

OlgaVT

I didn’t blow up at your lesson!
It was fantastic! :)

ystemp

Thanks you a lot! 10/10

Darya Zvyagintseva

I got 8 of 10!
I do appreciate your explanations, Emma, u are great!!

flavia.lima.an

I loved your lessons! You’re the best!

carlos 2138

sorry,i cant find…lack of letter t :(

baodavid

    Just so you know, I deleted your previous comment. It’s okay to comment on the quality of the teacher’s lessons, but not their looks.

    engVid Moderator

I am from Uzbekistan and I love your lessons EMMA becoz you highlite the lessons clearly

Abdulhafiz

After this lesson and the quizz I realize that English language is not so easy! None of my teachers explained that about phrasal verbs. Thank you, Emma, for your explainations! It is never too late to improve our knowledge!

Cathy

Phrasal verbs piss me off!

deborahdias

    I agree!

    TiagoC7

it’s a great lesson :))

Venan

hi there, i have a question for all you guys, can we use that angry phrasal verbs in the IELTS speaking section? thanks in advance….

skholikulov@mail.ru

Iam passionate about your teaching.
thank you .

Amiir

THANKS ,BUT IN MIDDLE OF DOING TEST YHE SHAKY INTERNETL LINE TICKS ME OFF.BUT I TRY TO CHILL OUT .

sadaf66

thanks Emma that was a great class

jonathan2015

I got 10/10 Thanks!

TiagoC7

thanks for the explanation :) now, i have already known how to express my anger :D
i got 10, anyway :D

icang

I really appreciate your lessons are very useful!!!

gerardogreg

excelente emma!

mardn2001

Thank you, Emma. Phrasal verbs are a little bit difficult to remember because of the prepositions. Preposition changes the meaning of the verb a lot. It needs a lot of practice to remember it.Your videos help a lot.Thanks.

Roya Seferova

Actually I was very angry. Learning this calmed me down.

poppi01

hi I have peroblem to see and download video
I have some error say
404-not found
peleas help me

aref

    Hi Aref! Our videos are all on Youtube, which may be blocked in your country. You may have to find another way to watch them, like a VPN.

    engVid Moderator

Dear Emma,
I have one question as:
– Does the ” fly into a rage ” have the same meaning with the ” fall into a rage “?
Thank you, Emma for this great lesson. Best wishes.

Chloe.Lee

It’s a bit difficult for me, but it’s quite useful. Thanks a lot.

Blue Popcorn

Emma, thanks a lot. It’s a useful lesson. I really like the way you teach.

juansa13

thank you Emma :)

suheyla.94

thank you so much

bakhtiyar ali

thanks for teaching

samir))

nobody can blow up this lesson.this is so good

tuyendanphuong

Thank you so much!!!!!

marcella motta

9/10 thanks a lot
Can you make a video about happy expression please?
Thanks again

Suca

Thank you techer I’m quite sure all these lessons going to help me a lot

vale84

Hi Emma! How are you? Could you help me? I have some doubt with the phrasal verb “Talk into”, Is it correct my example?

Ryan started to play drums, he liked so much then he talked him sister into to practice musci class.

I hope that you help me, Thank you!

Filipe@

Thanks for the lesson and your effort.
You are a great teacher.

tanerkamali

This lesson was very useful, thanks Emma :p

Ehrlich Montero

I adore Emma’s lessons!

HelgaWing

GREAT! THANK YOU EMMA. :-)

asiye.yigit

    Hi Dear How Are you.

    ahsanalimughal

Hi i looking for real friend .. can you add me in kik
a_enchanted

Leonardo.22

Thank you so much

Vivimi

:D Thank you Emma. I got all collect.

Tammyjang1

thank you so much, it’s really helpfull

maryanti

Thanks, I wrote down everything :)
I will use it (hopefully not too often) :)

Baha74

it is surely helpful but really difficult to remember if we don’t practice them. It’s the difficulty I have when speaking to s.o. Anyway thank you so much, Emma.

giopan

Thank you, teacher.

lorenzoyoques

thank you

wagdi

Fist off all, It is gripping lesson. By the way, You are excellent teacher. When piss me off, I deeply take breath. Lets try:)

polathan

Additional expressions that I got from you are “get under one’s skin” and “go nuts”

Astri

thank u very much emma i like it an it was helpful for me .. thnks dear teacher

Rene Smee

There is no association about these phrasal verbs of angry, so it is too hard to remenber me.
Do you have the best way to remenber.

syryang

this lesson is good ,i learnt many useful phrasal verbs and that will help me to express fluently.hei, xiaoming, do not provoke me again ,that action will piss me off/wins me up/fick me off/ works me up—freak out me

baofeng235

you always great.
thanks.
take it easy!

alisam

    you are always great

    Nurbek1983

I always mixing up the phrase’s words .
Thank you for your great lesson

serwa

    hello serwa, I am surprised , when I saw your language.

    I am wondering, where are you from basically

    KARTAL

I got 8 out of 10. The phrasal verbs “lash out at” and “blow up at” are a bit difficult to remember! It could’ve been really great if you gave a lot more examples on those phrase during the lesson, i think. By the way, your lesson was so nice and i appreciate it a lot Emma.

lhwnotss

Did you ever got angry?

space2016

Thank you Emma!!

asmartins

i got 9 out of 10

k.abed

    I got 9 out of 10, too. I think the phrasal verb is usually stressed at both the verb and the preposition but it’s wrong. haha :DD

    Mia Nguyenngoc

Thanks emma

hossein

Great lesson,thanks Emma.

Qwe123

Thanks again, teacher Emma! I like your videos very much!

Khan Moin

Thanks Emma.

Nagihan Deniz

You are my favorite teacher, Emma. Your videos is very useful in my studying English. Thank you very much, i like you <3

Mia Nguyenngoc

You are great teacher.thanks a lot.
Please, increase examples.

Ahmed2030

It was easy and useful, too. I’ve got 10 out of 10. Thanks a lot, dear Emma!

kov7555

I got 8 correct out of 10

thanks

KARTAL

Hi teacher Emma! How are you doing? I would like to thank you for your great vídeos. I am getting kind of addicted to watching the lessons and answer the quiz every morning. Seizing this opportunity to wish you merry Christmas 🎁🎄

Valeria P. Konishi

Thank you so much.

dreamk7x

Thank you 9 to 10

Rivas3711

THIS LESSON IS VERY IMPORTANT

THANK YOU.

LUCIANO MONTIEL

The lesson great and I got 80, so thank you.

Prashant2000

Yeah, she pissed me off.

al willis

Huu this lesson I got 80 only

Timme

Thank you Ms. Emma for a good lesson.

Alex-1956

Nice class
I really appreciated
hank you Teacher Emma, you’re great Teacher ..

marceliino

Thanks. Excellent lessons!

Cubagtmo66

Thanks so much Teacher Emma !
What a wonderful lesson it was, You gave me motivation to keep going and learn as many phrasal verbs as possible to me.

ia23

10/10! I come back! After three months later, I feel my English change more than after one month.

Jerry Gu
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