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I have luck on came across this lesson! thx Adan


Great lesson, very useful. Thank you so much, Mr. Adam.


Thank you very much for your lesson <3 It's really helpful


Thank you soooooooooooooooo much for this lesson….can u make the vedio on verb…or pronoun… please sir make the vedio on this topic …for compation point of view ..

Prachi mishra

    I’ll get on it Prachi ;)


It came out of the closet that phrasal verbs are so complicated, and thank you for presenting this useful lesson

Dr faratin

☺Yohoo, got 100! This quiz contained the most truth into one question for me which referring to engVid . I came across in the same way . How luckiest I am to get such an outstanding teachers ,those have been helping me to learn and become a better perSon ! my <3 for engVid is irreplaceable .


Thanks a lot, Adam


Very useful, perfect explanation. I am really happy that this web site has been recommended to me.


I’ve come across this lesson today.Thank You Adam


I met her personally and he comes across as a really nice girl.We even get married.But after marriage, she comes across as not really nice person and we had to divorce


    LOL. Well used, Mieto :)


Thank you very much.these are useful.


Excetllent lesson! I do like this subject: phrasal
verbs. Thank you very much.


Adam you are great!! Thank you for everything???


Hi Adam, thanks for this lesson. I have a question, I watched your video about the phrasal verb “fall” and after this one. I don’t understand what’s the difference between fall apart and come apart ?

U’re doing a great job ! Thanks


    Hi Doungles,

    We usually use fall part about people who lose control of themselves. Come apart means break. In some cases they can mean the same thing, i.e., break, though fall apart is by itself, while come apart needs someone or something to do it.

    Does this help?


Nice and useful lesson! There is another phrasal verb with “Come” and is “Come along”. That’s means when you you have a good/bad friendship with someone; it also means progress and accompany someone. Thank you, Adam!


    Good points Ae97bc ;)


Adam, would you, please, explain me one of the meanings of “come up”? Sometimes, for instance, in Oprah’s TV-shows, you can see titles: “come up” between different episodes of the interview. What does it mean? Thank you!


    I think in this case means “next” (in sequence). Right Adam?


      Yes, indeed, Bergvolk ;)


    Natalochka71 I’ve listened her. She says: “Common up!”. Means: ” Come(out) to us!”.


      Sometimes you can hear: “Common down!”. It depends on the location of the one who says that (upper or lower). But in some cases it is just a custom. For instance: “Downtown” means in the center of town.


        “Coming up” means “The next on this channel”.


          Thanks! Very interesting indeed.


        also, come on down


      Actually, it’s “come on up” Katrin :)


        Thanks Adam!


          I was reading with my eye closed. Sorry!


    Hi Natalochka,

    As Bergvolk wrote, it means “next”, i.e., coming after the break.


      Thanks a lot, Adam!


Luke and Lando? Nerd alert showing up, eh?
Thank you for this class.
Phrasal verbs are really tough for us, we didn’t learn at school. However, I try to pay attention at the dialogues in the series and movies.


Wonderful lesson Adam. Thanks a lot

Garima Mamtani

It is very difficult… I think I need to communicate a lot with native speakers to remember this. I only have 60.%


    Keep practicing Tanushka :)It takes time.


    Me too first ı took 60 and than took it more


Thanks Adam. Great lesson!


Thanks a lot Adam!!!


Thank you Adam.


Thank you Adam, that’s a very helpful lesson.


Hi Adam! Great lesson, I hope you do more videos like this one, they are quite helpful.


    Sorry, I forgot to say, thank you so much!!


Thks you! very common phrasal verbs

V. Hugo Bautista

This site is so cool! I’m excited!


    Welcome Nukemoore :)


“to come up with” means “to suggest”
“to come across” means “to encounter”
Is that right?


    Yes, Konstantin.


Your classes are wonderful! Thanks very much!


Thanks a lot, teacher Adam, I try to learn English from your video and will start from the first your video ^-^


incredible learning


thank you so much Adams. Finally, I have a chance to say thank you and saying that a learn a lot and every day I am always watching to all your videos.


I am a chinese ,I saw your teaching on weibo,and I find this web,it’s really useful for me ,thank you so much ,and I appropriate that more than you can imagine.


    Welcome Sera :)


These phrasal verbs are very useful.Thank you.


Hello Adam! Need your help as usual:) Please, explain to me how to use these two similar (in my opinion) words ‘illusion and ‘delusion’. Are these two synonyms?


    Hi Alexander,

    They’re similar. Illusion looks real (to anyone who sees it). Delusion is when the mind is playing tricks on you and you actually believe something that everyone else can see is not true.

    Certain lighting can create illusions from certain angles. A mean person who thinks everyone loves and respects him is delusional.
    Does this help?


thank you so much but
I’m bad at hearing because the Americans are talking fast . helped me


    Hi BTS,

    It’s just a matter of practice. keep listening and you will improve.


I Adam i just want to let you know that you lessons have been very useful for me and i will always watch your videos. thank you so much for your videos.


Hello Adam! Your class is very usuful, I’m from Brazil but I have been in Toronto for one year. Are you available for private lessons? If you can, please let me known.


    Hi Daniela,

    Actually I’m not in Toronto now, and I don’t do private lessons, but there are many good teachers in Toronto. I hope you find the right one for you.


Hi dear teacher


thanks alot

Riyadh Haj Hasan

Good lesson Adam. Thanks.


Excuse me.Where can I find the video Lessons?


    Hi Wangyou,

    In China you may need to use a VPN because the government blocks YouTube. But, I did see other visitors here who watch it on Weibo.


Thanks you very much for the great lesson, but I wonder if I can use these words in the formal situation??


    Hi Fang,

    Some of them, yes.

    For example, The doctor was doing research on a cancer treatment when he came across an interesting discovery.


thanks Adam.


Thank you everyone :)


how to get more quiz?


    Hi RamPage,

    Each lesson has one quiz. You can see other lessons and take their quizzes.


      i meant more quiz for each lesson. i want more sir :D


Adam, thanks for this quiz
Very usefull =)


Very good Adam!!! :D


Hi, Adam! I’ve heard “come along” in a song. I guess it was “Come Along Now” by Despina Vandi))) What does it mean? THANK YOU SO MUCH!

Oleg Kosyak

    Hi Oleg,

    Generally, it means come with me/us, join me/us. Does this fit the context?


      Hi, Adam! I’ve heard also in a song “come along with me” so it seems like “along” can be just dropped, right?

      Ilya 73

I got a perfect score! Thank you so much for your wonderful lessons! I learned a lot!


    Good stuff Antonette :)


Adam I took IELTS on 17th Oct,2017 n got 7.5 overall band score.I took IELTS again on 7th April,2018 n result awaited.
I m bit worried about task 2 n need help regarding the same.

Tamanna popli

Topic was in many societies, more n more people r choosing to live life on their own .
Give reasons n is it a positive or negative trend give ur opinion
I wrote about growing trend of nuclear family set-up .
Did I understand the task ??

Tamanna popli

    Um, well, Tamanna, it seems you went the opposite way. They are saying the trend is moving away from the nuclear family setup toward a more individual and isolated one. Is this movement positive or negative (is it good or bad that more people are living alone)?


I got 90 / 100


Good lesson, Adan. Thank you for teaching!

Luiz Willian

hi adam i wanna ask the meaning of this sentence that lets get some shopping done
if u reply i wllbe thankul

Rabbia bilal

    Hi Rabbia,

    Let’s get some shopping done is a fun way to say let’s do a lot of shopping. Like it’s a mission.


Hi Mr.Adam thanks for this useful lesson .
But we need more and more practice to understand to these phrasal.


thanks a lot, Adam


10 out of 10 lol.Thank you!But in this video I noted one sentence:”I live just over down the street,come around sometime.”I don’t quite understand why you put “over” and “down”together. I know this basic meaning is “I live in the street”,but I don’t know the specific direction.Maybe it’s a dynamic process,two prepositions,over means from one place to another place,down means to a lower place,and over+down means from one place to a lower place?And “I live just over down the street”means the horizon of the house I live is higher than where I am speaking now? Please help me understand,Thanks.

Patrick Fan

Please Adam sir make video of articles and noun


Thank you!


that is great!


Thank you, Adam! It’s really useful for me.

Alexx Rey

Hello, Adam. Listening to You was a pleasure. indeed, that was so clearly explained. Yet, i still have a question, probably more refering to the whole theme.
Don’t You think that a phrasal verb is a combination of a verb and an adverb?




Thank you Adam. I like how you give examples of each phrases, like that we can understand much better. Could you please teach me how I can use the phrase “that Means”, when is plural and when I can use it when is singular? Thank you again, I really appreciate it

Sonia Seagal

Hi Adam! I highly appreciate your lesson about phrasal verb with verb “come”. It was clear for me. Thank you very much. You the best ?? Keep it up!


Thanks for this lesson! What about the word come off? Does it have a meaning like break too? For example a door handle has come off (like detached from the door) Or it’s wrong?


Hello my dear teacher! I am glad that I came across this useful lesson. This lesson might come in handy at some time in the future.
Thanks for your superb lesson!

Mehdi 2022

Hi Adam and everybody. Please tell me what does it mean when v-ing is used inside the phrasal verb meaning movement:
You let the winds come tearing apart(song).
She came running across the field.
My dog always comes bounding out of the car.

John Travolta

It is very good but please try to write more example to clear the meaning

Fatima abdalsalam

thank you so much for this useful lesson!

Diana Li

Thanks for the great video. I learned a lot from it.
It’s really helpful. I wish I would be an awesome teacher like you one day. :D


This lesson drives me crazy!


Hi teacher, can you please explain to me what’s the meaning of “come about” .. and how can I use it ?


100% thank you teacher

Ye Yint Aung

Thanks Adam !!!!!! wonderful lesson.
I got 100% in the quiz, cause most of the time I understand how phrasal verbs works, but I’m not able to use it yet , I have some issues when speaking

Laura Insua

Thank you my teacher Adam!!!!


Great job Adam, thanks a lot.


10 out of 10, no tricky ones this time.




hi adam, what is different between come over and come around in term of visit someone to your place?


:(, good lesson, but my results were bad. It could be interesting to include more examples for each phrasal verb.


Hello from IRAQ, it’s a great honor and providential when we possess entirely English teacher like you. keep going! great work Mr.Adam!


You are a fantastic teacher Adam. Thank you for your lesson. May I ask you to tell us how to welcome visitors from abroad who visit us for the first time (eg. student and teacher exchange) I mean some formal expressions.


Brilliant class dear Steve, by the way tell you that in my city nany people have come out of the closet I mean there are hundreds or thousands of gays mmmmmm and I m so happy for that because now I have several girls for me lol lol anyway…… A lot of greetings from Surco my hometown..

marc anthony

Thank you for this lesson. Great.

Prakasan PP

thank you so much.
you likely do great work


Thank you Mr. Adam.


It’s very nice, thanks you


Thank you very much!


This lesson is great.


Thanks it was great and useful


Useful lesson for building vocabulary!
To recap:
“Come across” means to find.
“Come apart” means to break, to separate easily.
“Come around” means to change one’s mind, to agree.
“Come in” means to finish in a certain position.
“Come into” means to become.
“Come on” means to hurry.
“Come out” means to exit, to leave. “Come out of the closet” means to announce being gay.
“Come over” means to come to a place, to visit.
“Come up against” means to face an obstacle or challenge.
“Come up with” means to invent or to get something.

Insoo Yeo

come on :)
ı understand well ,thank you very much


9/10! Well done! Keep learning English with Adam!

Jerry Gu

Thanks Adam for this lesson.


great lessons! 8/10 on quiz! .. Thanks Adam! I’m learning something new today.


you said in the video “sell them on the idea”
if i was talking i would say.. “…sell them the idea”?
would it be ok?
Thanks in advance teacher.


Nice going Mr Adams! I like the lesson even though I’m new here.

Alhaji Jarish Kamara

mine date 7 Nov 2021 from Kazakhstan
best regards, Adam


Thank you <3


hi, Adam. What is the difference between come around and come over in terms of visit?

Ilya 73

at a time when I feel really bad because I can’t improve my English, that’s when I discover these lessons. Thank you very much!!


Thank you so useful

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