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it’s a very nice lesson, I understood a lot of things that I didn’t know about it. I hope you continue sharing with us lessons like this.
And Adam remember you’re the best to me (my favorite in EngVid):)

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Thanks for teaching us “anger” expressions. I learn some new expressions that I didn’t know so far. I’ll repeat reading and get used to them.

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It’s a useful lesson for knowledge expansion but let’s hope that we’ll needn’t it in practice. :-)

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I think it’s absolutely right. It is a very important thing to know how to express anger. The way people express anger and other feelings can say a lot about a person or a relationship as well.
Thank you for this new vocabulary and for teaching the correct way to express it.

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10/10…thanks Adam…My husband is very grumpy and cranky every morning of the year.

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Thank you Adam

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Thank you so much for your topic. I often upset with my boss when she talk to me sometimes I have a fit I don’t know how to control it.

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Thank you so much, Adam, for this excellent lesson. I think that lessons like that are so important as grammar.
I like to wake up early. What makes me grumpy is when I have to wait for something in a line

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Hi…I have sometimes heard the expression ” do your nut” to express anger…is that used mainly in Britain?

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    Hi Maury,

    Yes, that’s a British expression. I’ve never heard it used myself, but I looked it up :)

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Hello there how can we talk to the teacher? Any Skype or WhatsApp?

Profile photo of Alihammadninty Alihammadninty

    Hi Alihammadninty,

    You can ask us questions here. I myself don’t do private lessons though.

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Adam, You’re amazing teacher. I love your explanations. Thank you very much

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Hi Adam! Only 8 out of 10. I missed at 4th and 7th questions. Tell me about 4th – why “pissed off AT”, drivers are unknown to Phil and because it I selected “mad WITH”. And in 7 very naturally to say that child “wakes up on the wrong side of the bed” why not?

I am very like this expression “do you get upon the wrong side of the bed”. Can you get me something similar polite and fun?

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    Hi DinDim,

    Both pissed off and mad use the preposition at. angry uses with.

    If a child wakes up on the wrong side of the bed he can still be calm, just in a bad mood.A tantrum is when he is screaming and yelling and maybe kicking, etc. Then it’s important to wait until the rage passes and then talk to him.

    Hope this helps.

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      Yeah, thanks!

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This was kind of easy and I enjoyed it!

Profile photo of VedanthRaajM VedanthRaajM

Hello, Thank you
I have learned a lot about slightly different meanings of words in the same group. I will use them in practice to familiarise them with myself.

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Hi mr. Adam. I really enjoyed your class. I am trying to improve my english and your lesson was very cool. Thnk you, it helped me a lot.

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Thanks a lot Sir 😊

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Hi, thank you so much for an amazing lesson

If you don’t mind can i have your email address?

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    Hi Khadijah,

    You can ask me questions here.

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I did 90/100! Not bad! Thanks, Adam! I’m not disappointed!

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    Glad to hear it Hudson :)

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Hello Adam!! I love your classes they’re always fun. Keep it up the good job my man. Regards from Morelia, Mexico.

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thank you so much for this lesson :) I take note of all these expressions.

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nice lesson.

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Hi , sorry i still have problems in despite and in spite of I don’t know when which one we must use

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    Hi Angryad,

    They can both mean the same thing. You can use one or the other:

    Despite his age, he was accepted to the college.
    In spite of his age, he was accepted to the college.

    In spite of has other uses, but it would be a bit complicated to explain it here. I will try to make a video about it.

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Thanks!!

Profile photo of Rafael Silveira Rafael Silveira

thank you adam

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greetings adam,
could you explain how to write the biography

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    Hi Shyam,

    I’m afraid it would take more than a sentence or two to do that :) The main thing is to do a lot of research about the person you’re writing about and present a complete picture of him or her.

    You should do an online search for samples or go to the book store and read some biographies to see how they are done.

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I like English,just wanna improve my ability of speaking.Thanks.

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Thank you for this lesson it’s very useful

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thank you so much

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very nice lesson , new words for me, new vocabulary. thanks.

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thats amazing.kepp going.thank you

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It’s a very funny lesson!!
Ty, Adam!

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Thank you everyone :)

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Dear Adam,
That was nice.

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Thank you teacher.

Profile photo of Farah khalify Farah khalify

I can’t believe that, i got bands 9/10 and i’m so happy about it. Thanks Mr. Adam for this lesson. now i have a new vocabulary on my books. this lessons it’s so good and i love it.

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thanks alot

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Hi, Adam. I want to know about “some what..”.
Is that usage only for someone’s act?
Or is it able to use myself?

Eg. I’m some what feeling upset.

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I really love this lesson! Very useful! Thank you Adam

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I really benefit from this lesson. It was very interesting and useful. ♥

Profile photo of Hagar Abdellatif Hagar Abdellatif

“We must be very angry people” That’s right! Anyway the lesson was superb, I enjoyed it! Got 9 out of 10, I made a mistake on the second one.

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