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best regards, Mrs.Adam
thank you a lot


Much obliged to you for making this truly informative video ?

Maria Degan

    Would you like to practice with me speaking?

    Mir Murad

Mr. Adam, thank you for your motivation, I got 30 from 100, which is forcing me to watch your video again and mark everything that did you say.

Mir Murad

    Hi Mir,

    It’s all about practice. Keep working on it and it will get easier ;)


Thank you for your wonderful videos !


7 out of 10, thank you Adam.

Louis Wong

Hi…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 +88 01812788727. Thank you. Rasho.


7/10, will keep it up!


You’re my lifesaver.


The question with the bullies got me. It seems it is not clear to who the last pronoun is referring. If “them” means the weak, then “stand up for” is not wrong. What do you think?


    Hi Sonofsun,

    Technically, you’re right. But then there would be no reason for them to be scared in the first place. Because no-one stands up to the bullies, they feel they can do whatever they want.

    That said, others are essentially the same people as no-one, if that makes sense.

    Anyway, I hope this helps a bit.


Thanks a lot Adam for this video I Got 60/100 I still need to practice more.

Johan Masih

Hello Adam!
Happy new year 2022!
Hope you keep teaching like this
I am really learning your lessons, phrasal verbs are very helpful. Thank you
Best regards,


“Get up, stand up, Stand up for your right” – Bob Marley.
Great lesson Adam, thanks a lot!!
P.S.: the last question of the quiz wasn´t explained in the video, was it? I reviewed it, but I didn´t find that meaning of stand up.


    Hi Knopler. I failed this particular quiz question. I’ve googled up “stand up” and It means to fail to meet someone for a date without informing them beforehand. Sad.
    Bye! ?


    You’re right Knopfler. I had meant to explain that but I guess I must have forgotten.

    To stand someone up means to not appear for a scheduled meeting or appointment, or as in this example, a date.

    I’ll change the question in the quiz.


It is nice to start,even though I got 60.

Cosme Saldanha

Thank u always loves your videos

Nishu malviya

Loved the sentences.I got 8/10, Thank you,Adam.


How to write a good essay: Paraphrasing the question BY Emma was fantastic, very useful and easy to follow.
Well Done & Thank you

Saleh Abdo

Could you please give a presentation on how to form a thesis statement for non native speakers of English at the university level – Foundation program?

Saleh Abdo

    I’ll see what I can do, Saleh.


It’s my pleasure to know this site i hope i’ll get many things from u frinds

Joseph A Mbise

I am not sure about the last question, why it is stand up. Could you please explain more? Thank you very much.


    Hi Leoffler,

    That was my mistake. I had meant to explain that but I guess I must have forgotten.

    To stand someone up means to not appear for a scheduled meeting or appointment, or as in this example, a date.

    I’ll change the question in the quiz.


Good evening! Adam, thank you for the lessons which you teach students. It is useful and very interesting. Congratulations on Saint Valentine s Day. Be healthy, stay safe and happy.
Sincerelly yours,

Valentine Kardash

Thank you


Sorry! There is any online English course I can be enrolled. Thanks in advance

Baba Lameck

this isn’t a lesson related question. but there is no one to ask this. i watched a movie called ”The Power Of The Dog” and there was a line mentioning that ”you could take her out without putting sack over her head” i need to know what this means? if you could help me with this.

Kasun Madusanka

    Hi Kasun,

    I haven’t seen the movie, but to “take someone out” can mean to kill someone. Without the sack means without putting a bag on her head. Does this fit the context you are describing?


Thank you Mr. Adam.


very useful lesson, Thanks for your help.

Seif Eldawla

This may not related to the video but,

Sir. Adam I have a question about your video (https://youtu.be/oOeEP82DEZQ), where you explained possessive gerunds. You gave some examples:

1. I appreciate you seeing me on such short notice. (Wrong)

2. I appreciate your seeing me on such short notice. (Correct)

3. I love you singing. (Correct)

4. I love your singing. (Correct)

My question is why sentence 1 is incorrect, but sentence 3 is correct according to your video? I mean they are both the same, right? You seeing, you singing.

I hope you could respond. ?
Thank you.


    Hi Carlo,

    If you notice in the video, I mention that sentence 3 and 4 have very different meanings. In 3, singing is a participle. So, I love you. when? when you are singing.
    In 4, singing is a gerund. So, I love the singing. Whose singing? Your singing.

    In sentence 1, I don’t appreciate you, I appreciate what you did, so need the possessive.

    Does this help?


      Thank you so much sir Adam. You’re affable. I hope you make a lesson about embedded clauses.


THANKS FOR THESE VERY USEFUL VIDEOS!! Excellent work. I hope you will do more, e.g. phrasal verb videos about prepositions. If you dot an UP video, do not forget to mention this song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2W3aG8uizA, “Stand up for your rights” by Bob Marley. It is probably a good idea to include famous quotes including new words every time you can. It would be great to know more about the origins of some phrasal verbs. Does anyone knows about it? The story of many words is really cool. For example, the French word for steal comes from the word for “fly”, “voler”. It comes from falconry, when a hawk “flew”, i.e. caught, a smaller bird. At first it was a special kind of theft, when someone snatched your property like a hawk, but nowadays “voler” is any kind of thieving. I am sure that phrasal verbs have a fascinating history of metaphorical movements and it would be fantastic to learn more about it. It would make the learning easier and more fun. PS: actually, there is already an UP video on Engvid: https://www.engvid.com/learn-10-english-phrasal-verbs-with-up/ THANKS FOR ALL!


Hi Adam, well,, Although it is different kind of question and not related to this lesson, I want to have a question. What differences are in “The diamond was stolen by a thief” and “The diamond was taken by a thief”?
I know, steal=without permission, take=with permission + intend to return
But, Does the word “take” have no meaning of stealing something? I look it up for almost two hours, but, There’s no useful information, not merely adam but also all the people ,to whom may it concern, please give me any saying, Thanks you


    Hi Killi,

    Technically, when a thief steals something, he/she takes it. Take doesn’t have to mean with permission. In fact steal and take can be synonyms. Someone might want to use take instead of steal because to say steal is to accuse someone of a crime. You can imply this with the word take, which is softer, until you have enough proof to say steal.
    There is also the “evil” intent n steal and the softer action of take.

    I hope this helps a little.


Thanks everyone :)


    I got 3/10,
    I reasonably haven’t known about this one is!
    However, at least I had gotten less correct other ones.

    Dalton alim

It is a real pleasure being your learner mr Adam ,you remind me of my former teacher who became later my colleague,we taught at the same school for five years…


I have watched your videos many times,I was intesrested mainly in medical English.Today,Ifell on the human body lesson:organs and systems ,I registered to deal with activities but found a drill about the phrasal verbs stand+up for etc..i did it.Frankly i don’t stand with phrasal verbs in english they don’t exist in my native language…take care


You got 4 correct out of 10.


Thank you so much.


Thanks Adam,I very like to watch your video because every phrase and vocabulary be system very well!


9/10! Nice! Adam’s quiz is always difficult!

Jerry Gu

I got 8/10 the 1st and 10/10 on the 2nd attempt, thank you teacher❤️

M Hussein A

Thanks Adam.


It was too difficult for me. I got 6/10.
I wonder how everyone remembers phrasal verbs,

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