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285 COMMENTS

hi Emma
do you know you are amazing teacher ???

odai3188

    She is amazing and she likes French! :) I love this website!!!

    dboyko

    yeah..i think sooooo

    yotatoty

    Yep!!! I agree with you Odai.

    Dear Emma many thanks for this interesting lesson on book idioms.

    Idioms always make language more colorful, although some of them are not that easy to remember and and much less put into real practice right away. Today’s lesson is not the case, believe me!!!

    Thanks a million again for your great work and commitment.

    Have a fantastic weekend Emma!!!

    Regards

    Regino

Thanks very good Emma
you are in my good book if you answer our questions.
thanks again!

brala

What a useful lesson. We terribly need that kind of thing. Thanks a lot.

Alec

Thanks Emma.
You are very good teacher.

Amarsohal

Awesome! I got 10/10 although I wasn´t very sure about the meaning of try every trick in the book I think the option ´He likes the smell of milk´could´ve worked! Io sono uno studente meraviglioso! Baci a tutti. Ciao!

Massimo

hi Emma, your language is so fast that makes us challenging. anyway like this style.

amuden, india.

    Her language’s speed is good, but Jame’s language speed (WOW!) We have to prepare our brain for that really good.

    dboyko

Hi Ema,
You’re the best teacher in my book.

Thank you indeed.

Pedro Figueiredo

great lesson, thank u :)

kyyliee

    Lovely weather today, innit ? ;)

    marcinowski

      weather to sit home..and hit the book.. some english book..

      kyyliee

        You’ve read me like a book, it was the oldest trick in the book ;)

        marcinowski

Hit the road Jack ;)
Thank you for the lesson :)

marcinowski

Thanks Emma . ……….. Great lesson but we must use these expressions in order to improve our english ……goodbye

boubouiniesta8

Thanks so much. For help you are a good teacher

Nabil

very useful information, thank you

viviby

Thanks a lot.Ireally had something new today and I hope to find time to hit the books in order to know more.

abderrazak08

Thanks Emma , Great lesson as usual!

fatima311

it`s really a lovely expressions

mohammed fakkas

Hi Emma, thanks a lot for the lessons.
You are great teacher.

youness2012

God bless You forever dear Emma

siul1010

Thanx emma you are very good teacher
this is useful lesson

islam

    In my book all her lessons are awesome!

    dboyko

Hi Emma you are wonderful please keep up I learned a lot from you and all other teachers from engvid .my best wishes

anais13

I got 10 out of 10…..what’s my reward…..
by mine book emma is in one of my good teachers
best wishes for ms emma

sash252

nice quiz,

joram

Hi Emma,
You make your students comfortable.
You are born to teach.

dan

Thank you

in my book you are the beast teacher

i got 10 of 10

bye, i love you ^_^

nassim76

Emma, I have you in my books

Norbey

Great lesson! I tried every trick in the book to take a test here and got 10 out of 10 haha. I just want to keep in Emma’s good books ^^

moonlit70

    You’re all in my good books! It’s clear you’ve hit the books because you’re using the expressions in your comments. :)

    Emma

      Dear Emma many thanks for this interesting lesson on book idioms.

      Idioms always make language more colorful, although some of them are not that easy to remember and and much less to put them into real practice right away.
      Today’s lesson is not the case, believe me!!!

      Thanks a million again for your great work and commitment.

      Have a fantastic weekend Emma!!!

      Regards

      Regino

DONE.. I’ve watched 497 video lessons including this within 3 months.. thanks engvid :-)

ichakushina

    I mean 479 XD

    ichakushina

      You’re awesome Ichakushina! I’m glad you enjoy the site!

      Emma

        I have watched 322 videos. I agree to ichakushina……Thanks Emma, Thanks Engvid.

        geochemist

    Good for you Ichakushina, but with all due respect, the question here is:

    How much have you really learned and been able to put into real practice in your day-to-day activities?

    Practice makes a big difference when it comes to learning a language, don’t you think so?

    Congratulations Ichakushina!!!

    Keep on the good work and see you around!!!

    Regards

    Regino

Hi,I know this has nothing to do with this video. However, I’m hoping my concern will be addressed. Using prepositions in, on, and at is easier if we apply them in/on transportation, place and time. What I’m not really certain of, is using it in/on concepts. I.e. “On this marriage” or “In this marriage”? “On that issue” or “In that issue”? “In this situation” or “On that situation”? ” On that matter” or In that matter”?

rjmanla

Hello there. I have read in a grammar book I purchased that subjunctive mood should be used in condition of uncertainty. Example. If she have the money, she will make it in the city.
I used to use has for the third person. I would like to clarify this, because there are some English novels which use has instead of have. :)

rjmanla

Thank you so much , it was really good .

Noor

Thank’s Emma
I got 9 out Of 10
In my book you’re a good English teacher

ramlanhalimi22

I got 10 correct out of 10.
80 % credit goes to Emma because you have prepared a lot of material to understand us or pour into our mind at worldwide level and with lot of examples. We people just watch 10 minutes such type of vedio and judge ourselves while you might take 10 hours to make such a lesson.
In Muslim history, Forth Caliph HAZRAT ALI R.A said that “Who has taught me single word he is my teacher”.
So how can i decline that you are not my teacher. You have an excellent accent.
Welldone! Keep on it.

Farhan

I got 10 correct out of 10.
80 % credit goes to Emma because you have prepared a lot of material to understand us or pour into our mind at worldwide level and with lot of examples. We people just watch 10 minutes such type of vedio and judge ourselves while you might take 10 hours to make such a lesson.
In Muslim history, Forth Caliph HAZRAT ALI R.A said that “Who has taught me single word he is my teacher”.
So how can i decline that you are not my teacher. You have an excellent accent.
Welldone! Keep on it.

Farhan

you are great teacher, Emma!!!

nasko

Hi Emma,

Thank you so much for the great expressions and for your wonderful way of teaching.

Atef

Emma
In my book you are very good teacher and so kind too.

smarph75

Emma,Thank you so much!I like this kind of lessons.You are really a great teacher!

julie11

In my book, you are very good teacher.Tks

jadwiga

In my book, this was an excellent video. Thanks a lot Emma. I hope we are all in your good books.

Khaled

hi emma:
that was very difficult lesson for me.
how should easy to understanding this topic?
this quize i have a got 4 collecut out of 10.
thanks emma

ichi345nobu

    Four out of ten in still good. It means you’ve learned four new expressions. Well done! Practice the four you did well on and use them in conversation.

    I’d recommend learning maybe two expressions from the video a week. Practice them, look up their meanings on http://www.urbandictionary.com if you don’t understand the video.

    Then in a month or two try the quiz again and see if you’ve improved.

    Emma

it was very good but to me icant understand when the american talk fast and i need it because i have to make a test of 100 listening pls can u help thanks emma

jamil

In my book, you are a nice and wonderful teacher. Thank you very much Kind regards Francis

Boyer-Madrieres.Francis

Thank you Emma,
I got 100 in quiz but i couldn’t download your lesson like past?

negar

Hello Dear Emma,

Missed U Much.

100 :D

fatiima!

fatiima8

    Miss you too, Fatima! Thanks for watching our videos!

    Emma

he!teacher i need your help how can i speaking improve my english please could you incrase english .online ..

Anil Roy

Hello Emma,
i realy enjoyed at this lesson

ramy

Hi Emma:
In my book,your videos are really useful to me a lot at my job.Thanks alot

BSREDDY

i recieved 10/10 i hope im in your books now emma

Felix

Thank you again, Ema. I LOVE and need this kind of lesson. The words change their meanings.Keep up with this kind of lesson, this is idiomatic expressions.

PAULO - BRAZIL

I like very much Engvid and I enjoy your tests so I can see if I understood your lessons . By the way you forgot an interesting and important expression:
to cook the book. I watched it in my idiomd dictionary.
Is it correct to say I never cook the book with the test’s results (engvid of course !)? Kind regards Francis

vilainpetitcrapaud

    Thanks for your comment.

    Here is a link to a definition of “cook the book” for anyone interested:

    http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/cook+the+books

    The example is a little strange because it’s not usually used in a test situation. It’s used in business, and is illegal.

    Here’s an example: The president of the company is cooking the books. He’s been stealing money from the company and changing the financial records.

    Emma

      Also in the USA and Canada presidents steal their companies! ! ! so it is a phenomenon in the world.. not only in Jordan my country thanks ALLAH. thank you Emma

      mansour1

I’m not a bookworm but in my book, it was so usefull and intereting to catch those idioms.. I’ll often try to keep hitting the books with you. Thanks!

JoLau

thank you so much for every thing …

Biscuit

thank you so much Emma, your sincere teaching way is good to me:) and ı am looing forward to your next lesson.

selahaddin

really usfull dear teacher

mahfouzzubaide

I’ll really hit the book watching your enjoying videolessons))

Nanna

I like this quiz.I just start learning English and I want
to have an internet lesson here how can I get?

harunashibahara06

Thanks! Nice idioms.

rilomo

Hi Emma! Awesome lesson today. One question how is it pronunced “ofTen” or “oFten”.? What’s the difference? Thanx in advanced!:)

Roberto

Emma is very cute in my book. Thanks teacher.

Commando 27/53

I tried evrey trick in the book to understand this lesson. at last I get it.

sama

EngVid is in my good books!
Thank you, Emma!

yankhonskiy

Emma!

I really enjoyed this lesson! congratulations you are very clear and simpatic!!!!

xoxox

Sergio Andrade

I really enjoyed this lesson!

serginho1

Don’t judge a book by its cover but by its price :)

Fariz

Thanks a lot Emma for your helful lesson. I hope I will remember all book expressions ;-)

gregorypl25

I’m not a bookworm, I have read one book in my freaking life but good 4 u Emma n’ thanks a million 4 these expressions.

Efrain Dominguez

Hi Emma, tks for all you all from EngVid do for us.
In the 5th expression, I couldn´t understand what the policy needs to search a house. Could you write here?
Tks a lot

Dan Pinheiro

HOOH I Have a 70 is good, I have 3 mistake.
But, I Try again.

arizpe

Thank you Ms Emma,Hi from Istanbul…

forester

I love you ) It’s very nice of you to help people … you’re the best teacher i’ve ever had… To be honest i’ve had 6 teachers so far but they couldn’t teach me as much information as you did

Alex

Horray!i got 90 on the test yay !!!

Nafissa

Dear Emma,
You are very kind in my book.

maria

thanks emma for the lesson,in fact,the way you’re explaining the lesson makes english easy and sweet,thanks teacher

jalal

Nice Lesson,Thanks Emma.

rabbani

Hi, i get 9 right answers out off 10. i love the teacher and the way to explan

Abeda

I really enjoyed your video on expressions of book which enabled me to get 10 out of 10.

Dhruba Maharjan

Cool expressions ! You were lovely as always.

carlos77

Don’t judge a movie by its title lol xx you’re an amazing teacher xxx

Rey

Excellent lesson Emma,

clalonu

Thank you Emma .You are such a great teacher in my book .

momen22

You’ve done a great job!!!

Eric

Nice lesson,also so useful

Saleh

Thanks for the lesson. If you come to Spain any day I recommend you to taste snails, especially with garlic sauce.

River

    After that I’ll never go to Spain

    Neusa

Dear Emma,

You are a great teacher of English language, let me clear with you this, i have noticed while your lecture a word “OFTEN” , in this word we use T silent in our country. but i noticed you pronounced OFTEN with T . could you please make it cleat to me.

Thank u .. i am enjoying your teachings

xyz

Is “SOME LITTLE BIRD TOLD ME”, informal expression or formal? Is it possible to use this in the letter to the boss?

talgat1

thnx :)

sakina

90

yasir100

Thanks Emma.
It is always fun to hit the books through your lessons!

jangsebin424351

thank you………you are great…….!!!!!!!!!!

Sam-jana

Emma, you are a great teacher in my book! But how to remember all these idioms?

nadin13

    U have 2 use them as well as possible in ur speaking.B sure if u don’t try 2 use the new in4mation,4getting them,is a piece of delicious cake! :)
    Have fun.

    fatiima8

hello mam .i want to know when to use “present perfect tense” and when to use past as well as past perfect “plsssssssssss

rajpal90

Hi Emma,

First of all, I want to thank you especially for your lessons very useful and thank the entire team “engvid” that makes a precious service for those who have a serious attention to learn English. Personally since I found your site out I felt a satisfactory progress.

Secondly, about expressions on “book”, could you explain this one “wrote the book on”?

Cordialement
Sandra

Ps: excuse my poor English, at this stage I still translate from French to English.

sandragerard

Thanks Emma.
In my book, you are an excellent teacher. Now I have to hit the books. By.

hectcap

Emma, can you explain how and when use the all prepositions and the “to” and “for” as well. I’m always in doubts about it.
I want you explain about “ing” and “to” i never know when use this.
Thanks!

cristiana22

You are fantastic teacher in my book ^_^

Jalal

Thank you very much Emma…Excellent lesson

argenis

Hi Emma. I like your videos. This one is great. A funny real story about snails. My friend’s wife cooked snails very delicious, but he had never eaten them. When his friends came to his home they always ask him: “are there any snails”? And ate them all :). It keeps maybe about a year. At last he decided to try (to have) this extraordinary dish. And he was excited. He liked it. But I have never eaten them yet. Maybe on this summer I’ll try. Sorry for possible mistakes. Have a good day.

romk

Emma is very cute) I’d like her to be my English teacher in real ;)

8ober

I am really happy to do it again :> thanks you :>

ANNA

I like it:)!!!

grubenzzz

Hi,teacher Emma this is an interesting lesson.Can you tell me what is the correct way when you call to make an appointment.can you give me,can I have,or can you make me an appointment.thank you.

marinam98

I got 10 correct out of 10

Thank you so much and please keep you good job.

imansour

i love you very much i understand you better than my teacher hahahhaha

pimpan

THANKX MISS EMMA FOR UR LESSON I WANT MORE LESSON ABOUT COMMAN EXPRESION U R VERY GREAT TEACHER .

MAIRA

thank you a lot ^^ I got 10/10 for this lesson

withloveexo

Thank you very much dear Emma ! you’re in my best book ! (i don’t know if such an expression exists in English !!). You’re trying every trick in the book to teach us everything in English ! By the way, in my book, snails don’t taste good. So, i don’t recommand them to you !!

bilel

Thank you a lot Emma. You gave me a lot thing that I never know before. Please keep up your good job.

park25905

thank you Emma a lot you are grate like the others in this website i am so interesting in this website ” amazing ”
have a good week

asala

congratulations Emma, in my book you are the best!

Raul

lovely teacher, perfect lessons

aykutince

What a nice lesson! It was so clear, that my score in the quiz was 100!! thanks Emma

mcardozorubio

Thanks Emma, pleased to hear your video…you are in my good books! ;-)

koilatino

i hit the books
i loved it
thanks teacher

ashjan

how many of you up there? over there ? I got confused with the phrases know isnt related but id would like have an anwser

willpabon

I think that it’s great

cristobal

Emma,
Thank you!
I completed 50videos in one month.
I think this is the best lesson coz every phrase in this lesson is new to me.

purna2

ha ha I got 10 out of 10 for the first time
I watched this video for three time and I get all the point in this video.
Teacher Emma is great in my book and also
shining star in engvid.com.
Thank you so much
have a wonderful life.

mohibms

Hi, Emma. In my book you are very good teacher. Thank you.

Arseniy

I would like to thank you and everybody who teach in this site
& it was a very good lesson
Thanks alot

elbadawy

hi emma I would like to learn english very quckly, could you help me ?

saud

Very Good and very clear lesson to listen. I got 9 out of 10. Thanks Emma. I will listen it again for pleasure and to remember the expression : “I tell my pupils to play BY the book. I want them to follow the rules.”

olivierdauphin

hey Ms Emma, this lesson is interesting and very useful but i didnt understand what is the meaning of ‘to throw the book at someone’. Please, explain it again.
thank you in advance.

lamlumty

Hi Emma, tks for the great lessson.
Do you mind if I suggest a topic? This word that is really confusion ( at least for me ): All uses of “Yet”.
I searched here in engvid and I only find one use of “Yet”.

rodrigoccn2005

can’t wait see the next video ! i think u should go to hollywood!

jean-paul

In my book Emma is being loved by lots of students.

oguz

I’m glad i findout this webside, thank’s Emma I will follow this program I love it,

carlos

I like this lesson very much! Thank you very much Emma

bingbing

I like this lesson so much and Emma’s teaching style.

Chhin PHY

wow i got 10/10 in the quiz tnx emma u r a really very smart teacher luv yuh :))

jenny770

Hi Emma, please could you do a lesson explaining the differe between LIKE and AS? cause I have not found any really good on internet and I have seen in your lessons that you’re an excellent teacher….thanks a lot

maesib16

Emma,
I love your website and the way you explain things. This lesson is very useful and i got 9 out of 10 for your quizz. Frankly you refresh my memory. Keep up the good work.

Gladys

could you plz, give a lesson about: money. what’s the meaning of, I owe you and you owe me?
what’s the real meaning of balance?

Ana

Hiii Emma you are a good teacher i like the class.

koffi

hello emma, you are one of my wonderful teacher in my book and i’ll hit the book of all engvid lessons ASAP. Thanks a lot :)

vaishu

I just want to say thank you to all teachers, I really like this site

Samo

I just wander if there is french site like this will be great.

Samo

One of the best videos. Nice idioms phrases..

kevin8

Lovely teacher! Thank you for this lesson, Emma!

Janilza

Nice lesson i enjoy a lot.Emma thank.

koffi

HiEmma,I like your lesson, the web site the university of Iowa it is very good. thank you

monysh

Hi Emma, Dou you live in Canada or US? I believed than you live in Canda, but in one lesson you coment the pronunciation in US

monysh

Thanks teacher Emma I really interest in the lesson but the book expression I don’t lesson this expression to much in the life.

feras11

Thank so much!!!! In my book Engvid is the best!!!!!!!!

katerynakoziar

it is my first time to type to you emma .really it is a fantastic and useful vedio .i am totally convinced that studying expressions is agood way to speak english .i will try every trick inthe book to follow all of your Videos

abo abdou

Thanks.

rios

Thank you! In my book Engvid is the best site for mastering English!

vlalimpiev

    I am here second day. What I do is just taking 1 lesson of each teacher. And finally I have got interesting and non-boring lessons at all.

    dboyko

Thank you so much!
Your lesson is very interesting =)

alesh

Emma you have to visit Uruguay and teach dark folk here how to use “a”. They always say “a”. Also they don’t like to use hard “l” and it is always like a soft “l”.

I love all teachers here because we have to hear different styles of speech. THANK YOU!

dboyko

u’re a great teacher… thank u for this awesome lesson.. i’ve really enjoyed it..
P.S. i got 100% in quiz.. : ))

farashatun

Tks, Emma, your explanation is so good.

sarasampa

In my book your are the best english teacher on the web. Thanks for helping people to learn english for free

ernestorocchetti

I am a bookworn, i usually read stories,charles dickens is in my good books.In my book, everyone should always hit the books so as to increase his knowledge and build his own personality!

ayoubi

Emma, you are de best. I love you!!!

spous67

You are a great teacher Emma. I learned a lot on your video lessons. Thanks

prettyaurora

100.Thanks Emma;)

bilgenu

I just want to ask you a Question my teacher I’ve hit the books well and got 10 out of 10 .. that’s fine but you know my problem is speaking and talking in english automatically .. where can i talk to native speakers so that i practice speaking well and use all these expressions.
This is my biggest problem and stuck ::S

maram2488

My biggest problem is talking in English easily and automatically .. am V. good at grammar, reading writing but only talking is a hard to me … i just need some native speaker to talk with for practicing . or what other methods can i do ?? Could any one help please?

maram2488

Thanks for the woderful lesson. Easy to understand for me. I have to hit the book more.

kosobe113

i got 8 correct out of 10. very good lesson. i m a bookworm. but i read the books in French. i m not still ready to read it in English. then have a nice day.

ganbashir15

100\100
really it`s a lovely lesson
I hope to be in your book
:)

samelgilany

Very useful and interesting! love your lessons! Thank you Emma!

dejyunhou

thank you
:)

hareth

Excellent video.Is there more idioms with book?

grazisil13

thank you so much Emma,in my book it’s a great lesson
i got 100/100 in the quiz, it’s maybe a good score !

nad14

that was insightful.. thanks Emma. :)

bhaskarnandi

Thank you I am getting to knowing more than I was before.

bah1272

Thank you very much

bummia

though i dont hit my books, but i really hit this website

mmvk94

i got a ten,thanks emma

lalith09

Hi! Emma.
Thanks for your lesson..

quyen192

Thanks Emma, now 90%.

alpido24

Good day Emma,
In my book,you are shy and awesome teacher, that’s way -in my book- I always understand you ,so would you please teach us another lesson about the all cases in which we reverse the subject and the verb. (verb + subject) it’s a permanent question in the TOEFL here in Jordan.

mansour1

Sorry- I hope I haven’t misused the word awesome
I hope it means beautiful! ! ! ! sorry for the inconvenience- I beg your pardon ( I am just a learner of foreign language yet)I checked the Google dictionary later the meaning was (horrible)

mansour1

You are a really good teacher in my book.

I want to ask for an expression I’ve heard when somebody has many compromises and little free time this person is overbook
Is it correct¡?

totechess

My American pals pretty often use the phrase ‘in my book’ (= in my opinion / view) …

sabbatical

HI,TEACHER EMMA….CAN YOU MAKE A VIDEO FOR USING “TAKE” I’M REALLY CONFUSED …

I’M HOPING THAT YOU CAN MAKE IT… SOONER

nikki19

Thank you Emma! I enjoyed watching the lesson.

sgmmm

Quite useful these expressions Emma but I’ve got a question. Why don’t you use gerund instead of infinitive at the first expression? ( he loved to read) Thanks!

daiki14

I wish I were confortable whit those expressions. But why not say “in my opinion”? It’s about formal/informal. Can we use them any time, always or maybe in a specific context?
Anyway you are the best. It’s not a compliment. For me it’s important you speak French because it is a Romance language. So you can understand structures like subjunctive, etc. À bientôt !

aroibas

Thank you, Emma!
I got 100%.

mirage2407

Emma, thank you a lot.

ilyasaltug

I love this lesson because I am a bookworm, too. :)

zauberin9

that was usefull.

kabtan

Thanks Emma. I got ten. great lesson but could you please give me some advice how to memorize these idioms so that i could use them in daily expressions.tnx

asifyousafzai

Thank you Emma for this lesson, it will surely help me in the futur because of its rich content. btw I got 10 out of 100 ^^

Badr

Thank you, Emma!You teach very clearly.
I got 10 of 10.

Miaochiu Chien

This is first time that I watched your lesson .
I got 9/10, in my book I have to subscribe your channel

Ali Bahumaid

Hi Emma! What are your favourite books?

Kaliostra

Thank you for this video, it’s great! I must tell you that snails are a very good taste. In Spain, we eat them with an oil olive and garlic sauce named “Alioli”. At first snails must be cleaned (we give them to eat flour for clean their stomachs) and then they are boiled. You can eat them with a toothpick in order to extract them from the shell.

Yaizayla

I got 10 of 10. yey~

Lee Seongjong

Thanks Emma

Ahmed

Learned a lot with this lesson, I’ve listened these idioms in movies before but didn’t get some. Thanks Emma you are now in my good books!

cesargamboa

Good lesson. Perfect teaching.

Yuriy Karpenko

Thanks Mam, I got 100%.

Abdul Qayum

Hi Emma, can the expression “Don’t judge the picture by the frame” be considered similar to “Don’t judge the book by its cover”?

Sammy77

Hello, Emma! Thanks a lot for your lessons! I really appreciate the way you get across new expressions through context and situations, not just sentences. That makes their meaning much clearer. But I` dlike to ask if it`s possible to say “be in someone`s bad books” as the opposite to “be in someone`s good books”, meaning to be disliked and kind of suspected. For example, if I have a student, who is neither bright nor hardworking, and I dislike him and whenever there is a petty committed I often suspect it is he who did that, can I say “He is in my bad books”? Once again thanks a lot and good luck!

Olga Pin

    Hi Olga! I wasn’t sure, so I looked it up, and “bad books” is an expression! “Black books” means the same thing, but it is more British — it must be where the name of the TV show Black Books comes from. (It’s a comedy about an unfriendly bookstore owner — so the name has a double meaning.)

    engVid Moderator

Hi Emma
Graet leasson
:-)

lidac

in my book engvid is one of the great sites to learn english.Now,another point to consider is that we also have to hit the books if we want to succeed in everything.It is of the utmost important to read a lot if u want to build up your english vocabulary,I mean, not to be an bookworm exactly but read at least what necessary is to meet new words and gain confidence XD

alianzalima

If i want Emma to recognize me as her one of the best student, I have to get 10 score because it is the oldest trick on the book.

water meter check please

In my book madam Emma is an excellent teacher.

Amaresh

I gonna hit the books tonight on …… head.

swtkinju

Hi!! Emma. I’m always hitting the books. In my book, the only way to be sure of what you say is only by reading books everywhere you are. None book is bad, everyone have something to tell you.

pafsilipoclub

Hi Emma!!!

Congrats for this great video!
In my book you’re in a lot of people’s good books.

alandosanjos

in my book you are a great teacher .
iam really happy coz i know more experissions with u emma .
thank u for your efforts:).

tasneemmohsen hamoda

i got 9 out of 10

tasneemmohsen hamoda

Hi Emma is correct if I said: I hit EngVid to learn English?

JHONATAN

Hi Emma,
Thank you..in my book you’re the best …

Claudine70

Thanks!

Iamhere.

I loved the lecture!
(and.. Since I’m also a teacher.. so I know how to recognize a good one.. when I see them)
^_^

Titudzi

In my book, she is very talented teacher she knows the basic requirement of average students.

ISMAIL.DUBAI

I think this can be help to develop my communication

mahesh6655

I ve done 10 correct out of 10,in my book Emma you are an excellent teacher.

Violett@

Thank you emma for this lesson is very good for me and i understand easily.

adryan23

Thanks Emma.
You are very good teacher.

Brkb

Thank for this lesson

MalikAljabri

Love it… Emma you are doing great job. very good lecture

Hussain Ahmed

Thanks for all the tricks and tips.

beeina

not thirteen but twelve emma!

chakim hamzah

    my quiz emma:
    100
    You got 10 correct out of 10.
    :D

    chakim hamzah

Thanks! Very fun lesson!

carlos 2138

Thank you, Emma.

Alikmalikk70

Emma, now you are in my book and your lesson 13 book expressions as well.

talika

Thank you Emma for this interesting lesson.

By the way, Snails are very delicious, especialy Snails sauce :)

youness2012

Thank you Emma!, your lessons are the best!!

I`m learning alot whit your clips lessons

snow007

:D i am an youtubeworm!!

manolete919

I got 10/10..Thanks I hits the books so much

buhan

Excellent Lesson By Excellent Teacher, My Favorite Teacher Emma.
You’re Amazing Ms Emma.
And I Hope i’ll be in your good books.
Best Wishes for you
Yours Truly
Mohsen

Mohsen Barati

I’m so grateful to engvid.com. Thank you, Emma, for this educating and memorable lesson. By the way, I’m a bookworm, and I hit the books whenever I have time for it. And there is one thing that I don’t like in my character, this is I do everything by the book. I’ve fallen into the habit of doing it so. I cannot break off this habit.

Kind Regards,
Roya.

Roya Seferova

It sort of wonderful Lesson…

Sivakumar

I’ve got 10 to 10…

Sivakumar

10 outof 10 hooray,thanks emma ,I love u ,im a book worm when i watched the video

sara red

Thank’s Emma :)

Kolobov

Great lesson. Very clear explanation. Thank you.

Abhi

100 thanks emma

hakimindy

This is helpful. Thank you all teachers!

Inchan irr

thank you, your lessons is very easy for understand and also i memorize tham very well

kekel

You are the best Emma

cloud9305

Hi Emma.Thanks a lot for your beneficial lessons.Please I am expecting a lesson about the usage of preposition (to).I mean when it is followed by a gerund and it is followed by infinitive.Thanks

federer88

thannk you Emma.
Talking about snails, you definitely don’t want to judge the books by their covers.
i hope you will try it. :)

samadagri

got 100 :D ı love this subject very much because ı am bookworm :D thanks Emma

sirius54

I have 9 out of 10
I love your lessons Emma

luka

Hi emma, in my book, you are an amazing teacher

Tarik rahmouni

I m very happy with this website it is so helper for learning English

shaoul

In my book Emma is very beautiful girl! And I don’t judge the book by its cover. Just she’s the best English teacher in the whole world and it means she’s beautiful! Thanks a lot, Emma :)

PaulKrizskiy

very useful; i get 90. warmly

wadjaney

Hi Emma,
You are an excellent teacher in my book.

sonal23

Hi, Emma my teacher, In my book you’re the best teacher,I got 90/100 .

Islam Massoud

Hi Emma,I got 90/100, thank’s very much

oussama.mekri

Hi Emma, in my book, eating snails is very delicious, welcome to algeria for testing

oussama.mekri

very nice lesson, i tried to use all phrases and write an essay on present Indian government policy:
In my book, the thought of demonetization is an open book, some media being closed book throws the book at pm of the country. Some parties trying every trick in the book to blame him! But he is in the teachers good books. Some economists read this policy like a book and guide all sections of people by the book. Strikes/Bhands became the oldest trick in the book. So, DO NOT JUDGE ‘THE BOOK’ BY ITS COVER.
Thanks

Aravind9

Thanks, Emma. Good lesson. I got 100

nickandr

Thanks teacher, your teaching is good

Delia Khoo

You got 10 correct out of 10Thanks teacher,

M kartal

Thanks I got 90. And Mr E is really a warm.

Prashant2000

Thanks!

shihai182

Learn about idioms and expressions is very helpful to improve and to understand Anglophone people. Thanks a lot Emma you are in my good book because I am learning English by the books.

Douglas Lagos

In my book, EngVid is the best resource to learn English

vovh4ik

THANKS VERY GOOD JOB GOOD BYE

TOUFIK269

He reads me like a book because my face is an open book.

Astri

I got 10 correct answers! I love your teaching and it’s easy to understand and useful. I wanna ask can I use these phrases in IELTS speaking exam?like replace the most common phrases in my opinion to in my book~

AnnieWu

I am very pleased with your lessons.
Thank you for it.

Ashabani

Thanks Ms. Emma.

Alex-1956

9/10! Good! In my book, Emma is the best teacher in the Youtube English Video. Thanks for Emma’s teaching!

Jerry Gu
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