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Hello sir. Sir in question no. 7 if “their heels” is not used in the sentence and I use “man up” will it be correct?

Sidhu verma

    Hi Sidhu,

    Yes, it would :)

    Adam

7/10.So hard to handle

Lorenc

    Hi Lorenc,

    It’s just a matter of practice. Keep at it ;)

    Adam

Fantastic lesson! Could I also add ‘to hash out’ (as in to hash out some technical problem)?

nutondev

    Good example Nutondev :)

    Adam

6/10, the lesson is truly hard although i review again sometimes, anyway thank Adam and i will try next time

nguyen van long

Wow!! I can’t belive 8/10😜🤣😂

psilas

can you make video on this:-is to be,are to be,were to be,was to be,have to be,has to be,had to be,please

Madhubharthi

    I’ll see what I can do Madhubharthi

    Adam

Adam,in video you talk about the meaning of eating too much about ‘dish in’, but İn quiz, you ask the meaning of fighting or never giving up about ‘dig in’ or another idiom: dig in ones heels, or i may have understood wrongly so i couldnt do that quesstion.

Snowed

    Hi Snowed,

    We use dish out, but dig in means not give up.

    Is this what you meant?

    Adam

Im afraid to rat out that Adam is a good teacher, I try to man up, until i decided to farm out a teacher (joke), but water it down the english is easy to manage. 9/10

loginl

    Good effort Logini :)

    Adam

Thanks for great lesson!

ejenglish

4/10 .. I understood the meaning but I got confuse in answering the quiz.

Purplefive

    Try it again Puplefive :)

    Adam

9/10. Awesome class.

Felipe Sena

I wrote down all the principal ideas on this vocabulary after that I took the quiz writing down all questions so I’ve got 8 out of 10. Thanks a million!

Roberto

That’s an interesting and hard lesson. I got 5/10!

TQViet

Great lesson Adam!!!It´s worth watching it again tomorrow to remember all these new phrasal verbs ;)

knopfler86

Thank u . Phrasel verbs too hard to understand but this time i did it better.

Kalina Ariunbold

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My whatsapp number is +8801812788727.
Thank you.
Rasho.

Rasho

8/10! Good! Adam’s lesson keep on a high level! I need to go over it one more time to remember all phrase verbs.

Jerry Gu

thank you very much Mr. Adam,

waiting for your next lesson

Aml Mounier

Thank you Adam.

Tyrion

This quiz is quite challenging. Got 8 out of 10. There’s always room for improverment as they say.

Leonard30

    Indeed, Leonard :)

    Adam

Hi! “Dig in” in number seven doesn’t seem to be what Adam explained in his video. There’s such a idiomatic expression “dig in one’s heels” which means “resist stubbornly; refuse to give in” and is quite close to the literal meaning of the phrasal verb. Please, correct me if I’m wrong.

BlueVelvet

    Hi Blue velvet,

    After the blank is says “in their heels” so that’s the complete expression. Without it, man up would be a better choice.

    Adam

Unfortunately, I am dissapointed because of the sentences too strong to success.You are able to give it as simply.And expression telling in your video is unsufficient.

amadeuszeus

We want to talk to someone in English as basically.Why do you prepare the lessons such as hardest situation.??? It doesn’t need to give hard as a result alot of people hope that in this site would be a like conversation club.

amadeuszeus

    Hi Amadeuszeus,

    You will be surprised to find out that native speakers use these expressions on a regular basis. They are not really advanced. Also, this website aims to help learners at all levels, not just beginners. You can see the lesson’s level next to the title.Hope this helps.

    Adam

thanks Adam.

maryam azadi79

Hello Adam,
Abhishek this side, all of your videos are very interesting, I just love them. I have a request though. Please make a video about Punctuation.

Abhishek777

    I’ll get on that Abhishek. You can also check out my other channel: youtube.com/writetotop where I concentrate on writing.

    Adam

      I’m following that too, and it really helped me a lot. My writing is way better now, what it was 2 months back. Thank you so much, Mr. Adam.
      :)

      Abhishek777

I found this site at the first time because i want to improve my Ehlish. I really wanted to find an interesting person who posts videos like your. Thank you so much for your work. You are great.

Dana Harashchuk

    Thank you Dana. Welcome :)

    Adam

Good source of English language learning and its strategy. I liked it greatly. Enjoyed a lot.

Kanchan282

Please make a video for the Preposition of time, especially “For” and “Since”.

Abhishek777

    Will do ;)

    Adam

*dig one’s heels in +立場 意見
+against…

valerieyang@

hello, Adam . I have a question. Is there any difference between “rat out” and “rat on”?

valerieyang@

Thank you everyone :)

Adam

wonderful lesson

Seif Eldawla

9/10 thanks a lot

115so115

Thanks a lot, Adam! keep it up! before the video just I knew one of these verbs and actually are kinda weird hahahaha someone can figure something truly different before listening to the explanation, I’ll pick up some of those to use in my daily life

Juanjo2003

You got 9 correct out of 10.
:)

Wascalillo

Thanks for great lesson!

maryam.1geo

Hi Adam. Has the verb “dilute” similar meaning to the phrasal verb “water down”?

Stan Warren

    Hi Stan,

    In a literal meaning, yes. But you can also water down ideas:

    The new proposal is a watered down version of the original, which was sure to be rejected.

    Hope this helps.

    Adam

      I CAN TRSNLATE INTO ARABIC TO KEEP THEM IN MY MIND

      OULDJAMEL

Hi there! Thank you for this lesson. It was hard but worth the time and effort. 8 out of 10. BTW in the 4th example “how how” (by how how much money they make) seems like a typo? Sorry in advance

ton-and-polo

    Thanks ton-and-polo. I’ll see if I can fix that :)

    Adam

Got 9 out of 10, love Adam’s lessons. Great place to learn English

Timothy898

It’s hard for me to learn this article.

Sukdong

All your videos are worth penning down. Am I right?

englishlearnermanas

Thank you very much for the interesting lesson

Marielena Berra

Thank you Mr. Adam.

Alex-1956

Thank you Adam, nice video. 7/10

jonesbrandao

thanks

drac

Hi Mr. Adam, I appreciate you, I really like your way of teaching

Fahd Nasser

I had sized him up and found good for job & later we went to nearby restaurant. As the cook was taking time to dish out , We ended up ordering coffee only .While having coffee , we saw that India lit up Australia in one day cricket . During chit chat with my friend , He told me how he rat someone out of his company and saved companies money . We also discussed why we were looking an option to farm out work to some other countries till we get full manpower & asked everyone in team to weigh in their suggestion . I had a bit headache as we had drink last night and my friend did not water down peg & made me drunk & later in bar we dig in on dinner . We were also discussing about one of the guy who sucks up his boss all the time but with me different things happen , like if I am tired my boss some time ask me to suck it up to finish project deadline but I man up my self to do that . My friend told me that there was one girl who likes me but other people were also trying on her but I beaten other to ask her out.

AjayKapruwan81

Hello, Adam. Here’s a question, but it has nothing to do with this lesson. I’m just wondering why a “public school” in the UK is a private one, different from many other countries in the world. Is there any stories?

Psyche Mai

    Sorry, are

    Psyche Mai

Thank you very much for the video specially for the quiz

andylynn

Thank you

Mallita50

What a nice course I like the way you teach thanks for you give us such useful knowledge

Koffi30ced

There’s an error in the “size up” question – a superfluous “how”.
I’m nit-picking, eh!

esp6

    Thank you for pointing it out! It’s fixed now.

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