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Adam thank you a million for a brilliant lesson!You always made our days.However i didn’t cath up with whether that verb Rat on or Rat out?

Hermanicus

    Hi Hermanicus,

    Rat on and rat out are actually similar. It’s to tell a secret about someone. Rat on is to say someone did something bad. Rat out is to show someone who is trying to hide.

    A mafia member will rat on another member before he commits a crime.

    When the police are looking for someone, a friend might rat him out and help the police catch him.

    Does this help?

    Adam

Hi Adam,

thank you for an amusing lesson.

(Learning English should be a fun).

With the word MONKEY, you have used two phrasal

verbs : MONKEY WITH (on the board) and MONKEY

AROUND WITH (by explaining it verbally).

I have checked up both of them in the dictionary

and they mean exactly the same thing.

Thank you many times.

adrijana

    Hi Adrijana,

    They can mean the same thing. Monkey around with can also mean play around; for example with kids you can monkey around by play-fighting or something like that.

    Hope this helps :)

    Adam

Got 09/10 . Adam ,in question no 08 . Why with the apostrophe comma with the word ” people ” came before s . Didn’t it come after “s” like peoples’ lives , instead ” people’s lives ?

Annie

    Hi Annie,

    That’s a good eye. It looks it was a typo on the writer’s part. I’ll make sure we’re all more careful in future.

    Thanks for pointing it out.

    Adam

Thank you Adam.

beernaard

Thanks Adam! I learned it and got 09/10. Next time I’ll get all questions!

CORREIAJR

i got 9/10 and feel regret when i wrong the phrase: monkeying with, so i decided review and know it’s very interesting, Thank Adam a lot

nguyen van long

rat out?

jk1fpv

    I think rat on and rat out are the same things.
    The difference could be like this:
    1. He ratted on her.
    2. He ratted her out.

    Egghead

      Well used Egghead :)

      Adam

Thanks Adam! Good job as always.

Bob198

So Interesting analogies are created with the help of those animals in English

Bitaly

i got 8 out of 10 ,i made mistake in number 6 fishing for !!

abdulazizkamel2021

i like this words i never knew them

Kabaconteh

now i got 10 out of 10 .repetition makes perfection /

abdulazizkamel2021

🙏,
I got only 6/10…😓
But ok🌞
Thank you for your efforts 😇😇😊😊

Khushi Kumari

its very good but Im not understand whats meaning of rat out ?

amirfazel

    Hi Amirfazel,

    It means to tell someone what someone else did. For example, if I know Tom cheated on the test and I rat him out to the teacher, he will get in trouble.

    Does this help?

    Adam

Adam thank you so much for your advices and for the great content of your videos. They have helped me out a lot. A hug and grettings from Colombia.

TeacherRamon12

I get 7 thank you Adam

Kefo

Hello…I’d like to brush my speaking up. Is there anyone else who is interested in speaking to me on a regular basis? My whatsapp number is +8801812788727. Thank you. Rasho.

Rasho

Hi Adam!! What about MONKEY SEE MONKEY DO)))

Ashurov 1986@

    Hi Ashurov,

    That’s a good idiom. It means to copy others :)

    Adam

      👍👍👍

      Ashurov 1986@

Oh my gosh! I got 10 correct out of 10. I’m so happy now. Thanks Adam!

AndrewLuiis

Thank you so much Adam!!!Great lesson!

knopfler86

thanks Adam..you always show me how much you are awsome

engine.x

Thanks Adam! I got 10/10. Wow!

cristianemarques

Adam, can I got your offical email?

Trebinjko

    Hi Trebinjko,

    You can contact me at writetotop.com in the contact page.

    Adam

Bob was a casual worker. One day Sera started working as a secretary at the same work. Bob saw her while he was pigging out at the cafeteria. She was so beautiful that Bob did not keep eating. He only watched her. Bob really wanted to go out with Sera but the problem was that he always clamped up in front of her. Whenever he found enough power to ask her out, he always chickened out when she was around. He did not bear with this situation any more. So he decided to go a doctor. The doctor tried to fish for information on his relationships. It turned out that Bob always preferred to weasel out dating if the women were so attractive. He usually belittled himself and found an excuse to duck out of the hangout. The doctor told him that he needed to be good looking. Bob bought some new outfits with money that he squirreled away. He felt more confident now. He asked out Sera and she accepted. Bob was really happy. He knew how to monkey with self-confidence from now on.

Thanks Adam!

hd

Thank you Adam. But I want to know if all these phrasal verbs are formal or informal?

Emmanuel MANDEBI

    Hi Emmanuel,

    These are all informal. Do not use these in a formal academic essay, such as in IELTS or TOEFL.

    You can use them in the speaking section if you use them correctly and in the right context.

    Adam

Thanks my teacher

AbdualrahimMohammed

Thank you Adam. Very good lesson.

Marcos PM

8/10! Good! I like this phrasal verbs lesson. It easy to understand, and can use it usually.

Jerry Gu

Thanks Adam. it is a really good lesson. Stay safe.

Tianisnotsp

thank you for this interesting lesson

Aml Mounier

9 out of 10

Pereira Santos

Hi dam I am requesting you to turn all your lessons onto the pdf so that we can download or print them, because we have slow internet in our place
TEACHER Rebeeca helped me a lot on her lessons.they are printable and also downloadable

abrahamalukdut218@gmail.com

    Hi Abrahamalukdut21,

    I will pass this suggestion onto the site managers.

    Adam

I got 7 correct out of 10.
:)

moliveira5041

Adam thank you very much indeed. I have a request to you. We find difficulties in understanding the sentences with HAVING plus PAST PARTICIPLE. Could you please prepare a lesson and deliver it for us ?

Kedar Aryal

    Hi Kedar,

    I’ll see what I can do :)

    Adam

Thanks everyone :)

Adam

Thanks a lot for great lesson!

ejenglish

thank you so much.

115so115

    Thank you

    Takmak

Thank you Adam.

maryam.1geo

90/100

OULDJAMEL

Thank you Mr. Adam for an interesting explanation.

Alex-1956

Adam, thx!

Marsius
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