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Thank you so much. Whenever I came and watch here, there are lots of lots of huge things that I can learn deeply.
I really really appreciate your lessons.
Thanks imdeed.

wonna htay

    We should suggest other ppl to study here.You know what a lot of Myanmar ppl want to study English but they don’t know where and how to study.

    Jeremiah Gwa

In this section, your explanation is quite rush, I feel. But After jotting down on a piece of paper and taking quizzes test, I got 90 makes of them.
Anyway, I do appreciate your lessons, teache.

wonna htay

    I’m glad Wonna.

    I’ll try to take it easy in future :)


We have an expression that looks like “Dot the I’s” and in Russian it sound like ” to put all dots over the I/i/” but we use it when we want to say that someone wants to make the situation clear, to discuss all the details.


I got 10/10 but honest i have to listen again many times, the lesson is very hard and many idioms i don’t hit before, Thank Adam very much

nguyen van long

Hi Adam, first of all thanks for your immense help. I wanted to know if You can talk about the modal verb TO NEED, in which cases it is used. Thanks a lot!!!!!!! Mimmo


    I’ll see what I can do about that Domenicoadonini ;)


I forgot a fundamental thing, in a video Alex says never to use prepositions at the end of a sentence, while in your videos you often use prepositions at the end of the sentence … who should I listen to? :-) Excuse my ignorance!


    Not at all, Domenico.

    Many English teachers will tell you the same as Alex. This is considered correct English. That being said, most people do not worry too much about this rule. In everyday conversation, people don’t want to think about “correct” grammar and prefer quick expression. Also, that rule sometimes makes for uncomfortable sentence:

    Who did you go to the movies with? (commonly used)
    With whom did you go to the movies? (correct, but not commonly used).

    Ultimately, in everyday situations do what feels right for you. If you are taking a language test, follow the rule.

    Hope this helps.


You guys do this for free and it means a lot for community which don’t really have money to pay a course. Thanks so much you are the best

Josue Ferro

Pretty much interesting, the useful meaning in these expressions. Maybe I heard some of them but now it’s more clear what they say. what’s the purpose. Thank your sir!


9 out of 10


Thanks for the class and also for the excellent quiz. I’m learning a lot of new words and idioms that I haven’t seen before.
Step by step, we’ll make this journey.


Great lesson Adam. Thanks a lot!!


Thank you Adam, these expressions will help me in my work.


10/10…. great.


Thank you for your effort Mr. Adam


Thanks for the class. Alex, about the question 10, the answer couldn’t be the “the i’s dotted and t’s crossed”, as well?


    Hi Marco,

    I guess you could, but in this sentence we are referring to steps in the process. Dot the is … usually refers to texts and single things that need to be perfect. If it was just about the presentation, for example, then that expression would work better.

    Does this help?


Thank you!


Thanks Adam.


10/10 ENJOY :-)


10/10!! Many thanks Adam! These idioms will be very useful in my job!!


thank you


Thanks a lot!

Marcone Goncalves dos Santos

Thank you Adam .

Seif Eldawla

Me and my husband on the same wavelength that your lesson is very interesting and helpful for us.also we like your way in explain because its very simple and easy to understand the idea.so thanks very much.

Zeinab kdouh

    Well used Zeinab :)


Thanks a lot


Very useful but I think that in the test item #10 the correct choice (only one variant) is rather controversial. Of course before approaching a client with a proposal it`s important to have one`s ducks in a row, but not less essential that everything be completed. In other words all i`s should be dotted and t`s crossed. Am I wrong?


    Hi Kratkoag,

    No, not wrong. But, in this sentence we are referring to steps in the process. Dot the Is … usually refers to texts and single things that need to be perfect. If it was just about the presentation, for example, then that expression would work better.

    Does this help?


OK, Hello.
Sorry I have a grammar problem and i thought you might be the perfect person who could answer it
This is my question :
Is ( more and more good ) grammatically correct ?
I mean we say ( better and better ) but can we say ( more and more good ) as well ?

777 Shadow 777

    Hi Shadow,

    We never use more good. There are actually reason for using ____-er and more ___ than, but good, bad, and some other examples always change for the comparative.

    However, if you use good as a noun (As humans, we should all strive to do good whenever possible.) In this case, you can say more good:
    Philanthropists do more and more good as their wealth grows.

    See this video as well:

    Does this help?


hi Adam,thank you for a very useful lesson.Can you tell me which idiom that you have introduced for us can be use in formal writing?

Jessica Nguyen

    Hi Jessica,

    These can be used in some formal situations:
    by the book off the ground
    think outside the box cut corners
    back to square one Word-of-mouth

    However, don’t overuse these and be sure you are 100% of their meaning and use.

    Hope this helps.


Thank you Adam .


thanks Adam that was very useful


Thank you everyone :)


Thank you Adam u r very very very wonderful ❤️

Fatema altyeb

Thank you Mr. Adam.


I watch the video by the book and the result for the quiz was successful


Thank you! It’s very useful.


That’s great lesson, thanks 😊


Thank you very much Adam!


Thank you adam. you are a great teacher.

Reda Mohammad

thanks teatcher


Wonderful lesson, Thanks

Rajesh TM

thank you Adam you are so helpful


interesting and useful expressions

Grethel 9

You are the G.O.A.T


I really enjoyed and benefitted from this lesson. thank you


…really well done.
Very interesting and useful expressions.
Thanks a bunch :)


Thank you and appreciate


It was sweet and awsome, I did it with my best colleague


Thank you Adam, the expression of cut corners equals to the word of shorcut in writing?


Thank you for this helpful lesson.


Thank you for your interesting lesson


10/10! Great! What a wonderful mark I got! Thanks, Adam! Good lesson!

Jerry Gu
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