66 COMMENTS

Thank you for your interesting lesson, James :)

Happy04

    For all people here Ladies and Gentlemen I hope there is anybody wants to practice her/his English with me voice chat :)
    my Skype is khalid_3adel
    Regards

    MONSTERO

What I like most, was the recipe you gave us about the origin of the English language. About you, being quaint, I don’t agree with you, I think you are more in the Dandy wave. For last, very interesting the difference between quarrel (for friends) and argue (for strangers). Thank you, James.

Jorge Pedroso

Hi James ,
I am willing to start learning Engish language. on the site of Engvid.com , there are a lot of video .
A friend advised me to follow your progress. but I am lost where to start .
Is that there is an order to follow for EngVid videos for the same level .
Thank you in advance for your reply.

PS: I used Google to do the necessary translation ;-)

Thank you in advance
Nabil

nabilh

    start with the level begginer

    AmarSemmoudi

No quiz(

AlexandraTroitsk

Thanks a lot! It´s been very interesting. In spite of the fact that It was a bit difficult to understand all the words you said, I could get the general idea of your explanations.
Nobody has taught to me the difference between argue and quarrel so far. Thanks James-.

Silvi@

good lesson.

jafar.h.lunbar

Who wants to speak via Skype in order to improve english language, please don’t hesitate.
Skype: rabil.bannayev

rabilbr

Thank you .

Ukrit

Thank you very for this lesson Mr. James!
It was cool!
Hey guys, I am intereseted in skype conversations. If someone wants to practice, feel free to add me on skype. my contact on skype is ramon.rose13
take care!

RamonGuerra

The lesson was so perfect and all of us are so advanced in this matter that we don’t need a quiz whatsoever. ;) Thank you, James!

brat2

love this lesson, also the accent. i can hear all the words you say :)

Saiful Anwar

cool lesson : )

carlos 2138

Etymology can be a great tool to improve our English skills:)

byte

Very informative video…thanku

Urmisha

James, if the idea behind this site is to promote a specific English School (BTW, it’s a “.com” not a “.org” website), why do you frequently make fun of your students? Don’t you think it’s a bit disrespectful?
Moreover, IMHO, I personally think it’s better to recommend linguistic studies than to give partial (and potentially misleading) explanations.
Thanks for your time, keep up the good work, and it’s not a big problem if nobody will give me an answer.
Regards.

Mauro

    Sorry ,Mauro but we don’t understand. What school is he promoting?
    We think that it is not always important to give all explanations. Create curiosity about a topic is very important and it stimulates to increase its study.

    winnie22

    Okay,I have understood that English isn’t a phonetic,but a diagrafical language.

    Paperback

Helow Mr. Ramon! My name is Afonso Guerra, André about your invite to talk inglesh no the Skype, please, add me, Afonso.guerra.jr

Guerra

Hi, James, Thank you so much! Great Lessons as always!… I have a “query” about the pronunciation of the word “Finally”, sometimes I think I hear people pronouncing it like “Finely”. Is it just my imagination or in some accent might happen?

Thank you so much! Your are great!

shakeo

thank you

mohamed abdulla

Thank you

Noraddeen

good lesson, thank you

AimHas

good lesson thank u

ramakanth ram

for all people here Ladies and Gentleman I hope there is anyone wants to practice her/his English with me.
my faceebook is Mojeeb sediqi

warm regard

Mojeeb sediqi

Very good lesson!
But, there are no quiz…

egeu

thanks so much my friend ! with you is so cool learn english :D and then is QUESTION with “KWA” hahaha well sorry but i have accent a bit british , i like so much your videos , yeeeeeah!!!! thanks a lot ! grettings

Liz Schindler

I love this

costuky

I really like you sir. Because i love you teaching class because you don’t let the class be bored Because sometimes you do some funny things. And why no quiz.

Syed Imad Shah

Nice lesson.We can surely enrich our skill by this lesson.
Nitai aditya.
The Buds Residential Model school and college
Bangladesh

nitai.aditya

No quiz, no test, but anyway thanks for lesson.

onixx98

Where are you from Demonidc?

VAMEBR

that was awesome

Amin At-har

This is my first time here. Amazing!!!!
Thanks a lot.

Sunias

Mr. James Thank you very much for these lessons and I would like you all to understand this topic lessons step by step.

sara janoui

Hi to everyone! If someone who knows the English language, someone who has free time and also someone who can be a teacher on skype, I’d be very excited to learn from him or her, this is my account of skype: deyu.deyu25 Thanks! :D

Iculescu

Really cool)

OlyaUkraine

thank you very much James.your videos very exciting and very very useful

habibov

Thank you!!!

Preyes

Thanks =)

DayanaB

i’m a little lost.

khokhaeg

unfortunately,no quiz on it.

AmarSemmoudi

very good lesson .but no quiz

mustafa. elmekawy @yahoo.com

thanks.
this lecture is good.

noah

I couldn’t find the quiz. Great lesson as usually, thanks James.

WilliamGarcia

Thanks.

Hyzerk

thank you!

Nurzhigitova

Thanks for your lesson James. It’s very interesting and funny. I’ve enriched my knowledge about languages.

kalivu

Thanks for your lesson James.

nagendragnr

when I saw “quay” words at first time, I pronounce “kuay”and I suddenly laughed. Because if this word was been pronounced in Thai (kuay),It would mean Penis.

AMPOL

THANK YOU SO MUCH

Johayna

Hi I am new student

Edi Omar 30

thanks

branko85

that’s an awesome lesson thank you “kwa” yes “kes” no got it

saeedAhdarf

thank you. Where’s the Quiz?

macprivera

Thank you James!

Bia Sylvo

no quiz

ryanyu104

thanks!

shihai182

thanks!

Omar bongo keita

thanks

Abu Baker

I liked the history of languages related to English
Many thanks

NoorMajed

Very nice lesson. Thank you!

CACC

Thank you very much Mr. James.

Alex-1956

thanks

tumanek
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