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225 COMMENTS

Very good lesson!

JESUS bless you!

thanks Alex> :D

tiagoamericoo

    Congratulations! You are the first to write comment.
    Muah muah

    Sabuhi

      This lesson is one of the example of good methods for english study

      neppy

    Yep!!! I agree with you Tiagoamericoo. This video lesson was great!!!

    Dear Alex,

    Thanks for sharing this information with us. It is important to be quite familiar with colloquial English -but above all, know where and how to use it- because that’s the way people really talk, even in formal settings it is used.

    It can’t be denied that most English course focus mostly on formal language neglecting slang because it is not considered acceptable.
    However, it is what most English students need to learn in order to interact with native English speakers when studying abroad/overseas.

    Many thanks for this useful video-lesson Alex.

    Happy Eastern!!!

    My best regards

    Regino

UHUUHH,

I was the First to comment this time>

tiagoamericoo

    Congratulation! You are the first to write comment.
    Muah muah

    Sabuhi

      thanks friend!

      wow, you speak many lanquages!
      I study Spanish and English>
      I think would be nice if engVid had lessons of other languages as well…
      bye-bye>

      JESUS loves you!!!

      tiagoamericoo

nice video, tnx a lot

MsGabrielife

    Tanks

    romanomm77

100 i am intelligent :)

reham abdelrazek

    wao! you are the only one here so far who got 10 out 0f 10 .

    ebii

    your are very good, congrats.

    dominican-father

    Yep!!!! We’re quite sure about it, Reham.

    Your score speaks for itself.

    Congratulations!!!

    Regards

    Regino

    Congrats, Reham Abdelrazek!

    Edinho

    Hey reham. congratulate!! Will u add me on Skype at soyadina25. .its really great if I can practice English with u.

    soyadina25

    great reham, don’t stop

    Mohsenadel1

Good lesson!
Tanks a lot.

sfmichelini

9/10
I must have got 10/10 nothing less, that’s all!…..

Jorge Pedroso

    If you say: ‘I must have got 10/10 nothing less, that’s all!’, it means that you wrote the test, and still haven’t got your mark yet, but you’re giving a suggestion that you certainly did well and the result cannot be less than 10.

    MiishGUN

7 out of 10 without attending this lecture ( the video wasnt getting open so I just answer without attending lecture, teacher is that okay ? )

ebii

Guys, is there any difference between:

“I’ve gotta go” vs “I gotta go” ????

Thx for answer

vtotal8

    “I’ve gotta go” is the coorect grammar form, slightly informal.
    “I gotta go” is the slang.

    MiishGUN

Hi Alex, thanks for this lesson!

However,I beg to differ when you say “gotten” is the Bre form of the past participle of “get”.

Isn’t it exactly the opposite ?

I’ve been living in England for 8 months and have never heard anyone saying “gotten”, whereas you can hear it a lot in many American series…

xthib1

    Yeah, I think he was supposed to say that “gotten” is American form not the other way. haha I thought it was just me that was aware of it.

    AnaWS

Pozdrowienia z Polski!

You gotta greet Poland too ;)

pfalba

Very useful,thank you!

bijan

I’ve got only 80%, I gotta practice more!

Evaldo Mendes

I had gotten 70%.
nice lesson.

dominican-father

I’m a little confused..you said that there is no negative form for “have got” but I’ve found some in my english books and is something like this:

“Even in negative sentences, the short form, reinforced by got, is the most common.

I haven’t got enough money.
Jo hasn’t got any brothers or sisrtes. She’s an only child.”

Can you please explain that to me?

sansph

    You must not use negative sentence when it’s about obligation, not possession.
    I hope that helps…

    Edinho

Alex, Thanks for your clear explanation. I’ve got it. I got 9 correct.

noneego

Thanks Alex, I gotta study more!

Isis1997

Hi Alex,
another great explanation, I’ve just gotten a perfect score 100% and I’m happy. Thanks for teaching:-)
I have question, I often read some people say “I’m done” is it correct?, or it needs to put ‘have’ “I have done” it’s really confusing me.

louderose

Thank you sir..I’ve got 100%:)

richu123

Hi Alex,
another great explanation, I’ve just gotten a perfect score 100% and I’m happy. Thanks for teaching:-)
I have question, I often read some people say “I’m done” is it correct?, or it needs to put ‘have’ “I have done” it’s really confusing me.

louderose

how can my comment not be approved by engvid?

louderose

    It just happens sometimes! It goes into moderation and I have to approve it manually.

    engVid Moderator

I have got 10!

Manuel-

You got 8 correct out of 10.
:)

Thanx! :)

Faris

I’ve got 9 correct out of 10. Thank you, Alex :)

Happy04

thanks Alex,
another great explanation. I’ve just gotten a perfect score 100% :-) thanks alex
I have question, I often read some people say ‘I’m done’ is it correct, or it needs to be “I’ve done”? i’m confused.

jinhyun

Thanks Alex,
another great explanation. I’ve just gotten a perfect score 100%, thanks :-)
I have question: i often read this to some people say “I’m done”? is it correct? or it should be “I’ve done” as present perfect. It confuses me.

kulet_1010

    Kulet_1010,either statement is correct depending on the context. ‘I have done’ would require an object (done what?) and ‘I am done’ may signify that one was finished with a task, for instance. ‘I’m done’ indicates the conclusion of an activity: homework,chores, mission etc.

    Edinho

      Then, in case you choose I have done, it’s important to add the object. And about I’m done, it’s not necessary to add the object, and it means ‘I finished it’.

      Edinho

        thanks a lot :)

        kulet_1010

          You’re welcome, always!

          Edinho

Compare between British English and American English, put me in impasse situation.

Arshad.M

thank you, Alex. I have got to get 10 out of 10 but I have got 9 out of 10

BaoChau

    oh. I had got 9 out of 10. I wrote wrong :(

    BaoChau

      I had got 10 correct out of 10..hehe

      nhutnm02

I’ve got 10 out of 10:)Thank you very much!

Valerie

i’m not allowed to comment

kulet_1010

    It looks like you are…

    testuser554433

    Why?

    AlexSem

      something wrong, but it’s ok now.

      kulet_1010

i got 80% but i am still confuse

adhikari sonu

    Hi Adhidari,

    It is important to express your doubts so that EngVid teachers/users can help you out. Don’t hesitate, please do so.

    There’s a saying in English that goes like this “Speak now or forever hold your peace”.

    Have a great week!!!

    Regards

    Regino

SO FAR SO GOOD

EYE365

“Gotten is probably the most distinctive of all the AmE/BrE grammatical
differences, but British people who try to use it often get it wrong.
It is not simply an alternative for have got. Gotten is used in such
contexts as
They’ve gotten a new boat. (= obtain)
They’ve gotten interested. (= become)
He’s gotten off the chair. (= moved)
But it is not used in the sense of possession (= have). AmE does not
allow
*I’ve gotten the answer.
or *I’ve gotten plenty.
but uses I’ve got as in informal BrE. The availability of gotten
does however mean that AmE can make such distinctions as the following:
They’ve got to leave (they must leave) vs
They’ve gotten to leave (they’ve managed to leave).”

artur72

I´ve gotta tell you are excellent teacher.
Thank you.

fabiolee2007

got it… more or less, and thanks a lot

ecoologic

Guys, is there any difference between:
“I’ve gotta go” vs “I gotta go” ????
Thx for answer

vtotal8

Useful lesson as always.
Thank you Teacher Alex.

Roywolf

I have got 7 of 9 ;)
Thanks Alex :)

Miramis

Hi Alex,
thanks a lot for your very useful video.
take care

cep62

Dear Alex
why do you subtitle your lesson ? That is not a good way to perfect my English !
Your accent is perfect I don’t need to read what you say. Kind regards

vilainpetitcrapaud

Thanks you very much, Alex.

adss5322

thanks alot

Silent viewer

Yey! I got 10 out of 10!
Now i know more clearly about this ways to use “have got” ^___^*
Thank you so much for this lesson, Sir Alex! :D

Verda

8\10 Thanks Teacher Alex .God bless you

G-Billiards

I want to inprove my englishe every day, so it is a god way!!!!!!!thanks.

Jose Javier Medina Delgado

Clear and special lesson! Thanks Alex :)

byte

Hi Alex,thanks for the video

Can you please do a video (lesson) about phrasal verbs we use at gym or on workouts like pull up ,push up ….

Thanks forward (y)

Med Saad

Hey Alex! That’s a really good job, thanks a lot!

AlexSem

4. Which sentence is correct?
I’ve gotta million reasons.
+I’ve got a million reasons.
Alex,why there used an article a with plural noun?Isn’t it wrong?

Drogba

    Hi Drogba, I think it is because of the expression of quantity that is before the “plural noun” reasonS.

    You say “a, one, two, several, etc. million without a final “s” on “million”:

    My laptop must be worth a million pounds/dollars/pesos, etc.

    Hope this may help.

    Regards

    Regino

Dear Alex,

Thanks for sharing this information with us. It is important to be quite familiar with colloquial English -but above all, know where and how to use it- because that’s the way people really talk, even in formal settings it is used.

It can’t be denied that most English course focus mostly on formal language neglecting slang because it is not considered acceptable.
However, it is what most English students need to learn in order to interact with native English speakers when studying abroad/overseas.

Many thanks for this useful video-lesson Alex.

Happy Eastern!!!

My best regards

Regino

Thanks Alex, I’d got 80%. It so confusing because of the pass form, but I’ve got to practice.

Myriam21

Thanks Alex,
another great explanation. I’ve just gotten a perfect score 100%, thanks :-)
I have question: i often read this to some people say “I’m done”? is it correct? or it should be “I’ve done” as present perfect. It confuses me.

kulet_1010

    Then, in case you choose I have done, it’s important to add the object. And about I’m done, it’s not necessary to add the object, and it means ‘I finished it’.

    Edinho

(whew)… I couldn’t be able to comment yesterday. thanks it’s OK now.

kulet_1010

the best lesson

doll kitty

I’ve got 100~!!! Thank you for your very helpful video~!! And i watch your viedo every day~~!! I really like your pronounciation and teaching!! What a great teacher he is!

Julietmath

    yes, I agree. I also like to watch Alex video because his pronunciation is easy to hear and the way he teach. It was very clear.

    trangpnguyen

Thanks Alex for this useful lesson. I didn’t know about the gramma of “have got” and often made mistake.

trangpnguyen

Though simple on the first sight, this topic was confusing for me especially when listening English. Thank you Alex!

sasha11

Alex, I got 100%. I am learning a lot. Thank you!

Sally S

I’ve got 10 out of 10. Thank you Alex!!

Zero10

I think everybody here has got a full mark,, Thanks Alex you always make it easy : )

Brga

    Well, well, well, . . . as far as I can see I’m the exception that proves the rule, no doubt about it.

    Regino

I’ve got 100% on my test! but I’ve got to study more hard ^.^? Thank you Alex!!!

sunsgraphic

I’ve got everything as longas you are here thanks again andagain

Abdijibbar

Very useful. Thanks a lot

Adriana Mello

Can I replace I´VE GOT SEE… by I MUST SEE THAT MOVIE?

grazisil13

    As far as I know, both express the same idea; so you can use either of them.

    Regino

      Regino, you are right, but: I’ve got to see…

      emo53

        How about the next one. I gotta watch that movie.

        Danials

90% on my quiz!!
Very useful this lesson!!!

María Luisa

I think Alex has the best natural accent on this site or at least it appears really natural and simple to me.

Niharika Sharma

Thank you. I got it >..<

lynliie

Question:
“She received 90% on the quiz”
Why not “had received”?
because it said “She’d gotten 90% on her …”

SheenaXu

Dear Alex, great Job,thanks.

dalycong

thank you , i’ve got 9/10

adnew

thanks i had got 9 out of 10

mahameed

still not very clear to me.

Rasho

video?where?i didn`t find it who can tell me where have videos? thanks

Leigh@xinqing

    Our videos are all hosted on Youtube, which is blocked in China. You’ll have to use a proxy or VPN.

    engVid Moderator

      thank you very much!

      Leigh@xinqing

Thanks Alex. I’ve got 10 out of 10. By the way, just a short question, what about using NEED instead of HAVE (GOT) TO? Is that interchangeable?

PPoseidoNN

It’s easy quiz i think after i success in it
i had 9/10 but i need talk with people (use it or lose it)

mohamadali

Yes I got 100%, I’ve recommended this Site, All Useful Lessons.

Roger1

i received 90% from quiz :) really thanks

NichChun

thanks a loot for this helpful lessons ; you really benefit us by this lessons ; wish you all the best in your life :)

thankful

Thank you.

pafsilipoclub

whooo,, thanks for this exercise…
i got perfect…without the discussion..
but i listened to the discussion after i took the quiz….i just want to see how far i have learned with out a discussion..

thanX sir.. :) GodSpeed.. :)

littlelady

Thank you!

Joy

I got 9 out of 10

Farhod@8989

nice lesson, I got 100 woohoo

Ender

Hi Alex thanks a lot.
take care

cep62

Hi, everybody! If someone wants to practice your speaking on skype, that’s mine: viniciusdos23
Thank you!!!

viniciusdos

    Im also looking fo someone to practice my English. Unfortunately I like to practice with any other female. Its gonna be cool practicing English n talking about female stuffs…skype soyadina25

    soyadina25

Hi, Alex! Thank you very much! Your lessons have been very useful to me, I’ve learnt a lot! You’re awesome!!!

viniciusdos

Hi alex :)
You said in this video gotta use for negetive sentences. For example, u dont gotta,he or she doesn’t gotta,and u asked us about “gotta” in number 5 and 10, but ur sentences are positive,could you please explain it more?!

haman87

Thanks only 50%.

Abdul Qayum

    Hi Abdul ! Me too … (only 50 from 100%. (

    Vladkabatkovich

I’m a little complicated but thank you!

yzab

I had gotten 80/100, but it’s not so bad !!
thanks for this lesson !!

Bilal Jones

i had problems in using have got .

mahbubeh

Thank for your good lecture.

Olivy

Can you please answer the following if you may:
1. What means ‘Where them girlz at?’ – english slang
2. Why my african friend said ‘ Weren’t I at your house?’ … i used to know that you say ‘Wasn’t I’
3. Explain me the three forms of fucture in English…i didn’t take them.

Thanks

John............

Thanks Alex. very clear.. :)

malique

hey, it is a very nice way to check.

Víctor Solozabal

thanks a lot…

esamobaid

Exelent lesson!! :)

Noe Tinajeros

9/10 I like the way you teach! Thanks, Alex.

Silvi@

thanks a lot )

mandrykden

ten of ten, loud of laugh :)

Mansour bek

Very interesting and useful.
Regards from Poland.

adach75

You’re a great teacher.

Mitha

Thanks ..

Husseinazori@

Hi teacher Alex . I’d like to ask you about gotta for example : I have gotta go = I have got to go . I gotta go = I got to go . Are tow examples correct?

Hussein Ahmed

I got 90% . Thnx alex

Jm.jafari

I got 9 of 10. Thanks Alex for your great job =)

magepower

thanks!!!

Luana Santos

This’s a good reason.
ํYou can explain it very well !!.

amamar

you explained it really well. thanks so much

Tang Hao

I’ve got 100! :)) Thank you for this lesson Alex.

Yourdadediduday

Alex, you know this job :D also 100 :D

halitsamet

Hi Alex,
At min. 4:39 you said that “(had) got” is AmE while “(had) gotten” is typical of BrE. As far as I know it’s just the opposite. Do you agree? Plus, in BrE the word “mark” would be used instead of “grade”, although both are fine, of course. Thanks in advance for your reply!

Knightrider

    I think you’re right. In BrE: get, got, got. In AmE: get, got, GOTTEN.
    A British speaker wouldn’t say ‘gotten’ .

    aroibas

    I agree. Alex, I think you were wrong. You have got to clarify.
    Thanks, a very important lesson.

    Frank

I have got 100 percent correct… <3 :)

Sonu Aamir

Thank you very much.

slawek4

One question: ¿there isn’t the “I haven’t got” form likes a negative of “have got” form? thanks anybody to answer

angie01

    Hi angie. I think you mean whether ((haven’t got ))is the negative form of (( have got )) or not. if you mean this , the answer is yes. bye.

    Soei

Thanks teacher.

Lfabian2013

thanks teacher!

gracetang

I get 80 :) really nice. I love it

pancho

i got 80

zainah

So nice!

antonio esteves jr.

thanks alex

javad.gh

Thank you all of you teachers I often get 100%

Nabilati

very good I love engvid.com

melosa

Very good class! Thank you!

thais.franco.martins

Thanks Alex !

Feeh

I got 100 WUUJUU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

NicolasR

I’ve got 100%! Thank you Alex!

misabou

I’ve got a high grade! Thank you for understandable teaching!

delfin1001

Thanks alex .. I had got a good score on the quiz .

aboood1994

Thanks for the lesson!

moresea

Hello Sir! Very nice to be part of your world ’cause I really love your teaching and the way you speak English very gorgeous!!! But I’ve got one to ask ”Gotten” is American or British ’cause I heard on the video while you were giving example about Present Perfet you said that ”Have/Has Gotten” are used in British but peolple often say that ”Gotten” is only American. Am I wrong? Just I wanna know more. I love you sir. Thanks

Erickz

I got 90 for my Quize,and I don’t understant last one. Please tell me why,thanks!

Ningjing

Thank you Alex.

masoud2040

Alex, I have heard the following?

“I have got a car” and the teacher said that this

is Present Perfect.

Is it true? I’ve never heard neither read this
in any of the classes I have already attended

I’d like you to explain this to me.

Please, please, please, professor!

Sonia1234

Hi Alex. Thanks a lot for the lesson. I’ve got 10 on test. But i have a confusion. In the video lesson you said that we can use( as slang) ” You don’t gotta do that!” That is negative. May i use ”You gotta do that!” as positive. Which i found in the test.
I will be very grateful if You please let me know.
Thanking You in advance.

nshohagb

10 over 10 here and I’m happy about it! I’ve got to go now. Bye and thanks Sir Alex for this lesson! :)

BackToSchool

Oh, Dear Alex

This is one of the most organized lessons I’ve ever seen.
I’d been confused with meaning related to “Have Got” but this time I realized the exact meanings of that.
I really appreciate for your teaching.

iblind

I have got 100%! This is a great success for me. Thank you for the lesson.

nurasik

I have got bad marks. It was not easy for me

Imtithal Saeed

May be biz I am tired and sleepy.

Imtithal Saeed

thanks … i had got useful information by for now i gotta go :)

aboood1994

I’ve got it 100% right! Thank you!

Ebispojr

Thank you my teacher!
I got 80% and I am happy.

Abdul Qayum

Thank you Alex for your lesson.

Juriy

I’ve got 7 out of 10.It’s not enough. I hope to get 10 out 0f 10 next time

angupo8

thank you

Andahazy

thank you so much Alex. You guys are going a commendable work. I want to ask you something.
which one is correct in the following sentences.
i have gotta go. OR i gotta go.

knowledge seeker

    sorry i messed up. no offence =D. i meant ‘you guys are doing a commendable job’

    knowledge seeker

People from UK say “gotten” is used in America. That’s not what it is said in the video. ???

sebastian2013

Tip for Alex, I think you have got to redo this lesson, there is a big mistake(got- gotten), maybe you should explain more about negative and interrogative forms. Anyway, thanks Alex, you are a very good teacher.

Frank

thank you Alex!!

ozzmosa

good as usual ! thank you very much.

Soei

Hi Mr. Alex .I wanted to know if our own answers to our frinds’ questions are checked before or not. I will be grateful if you answer.

Soei

    Friends”

    Soei

owesome!!!

Jussimar

Many thanks!

Vivimi

Got 8 out 10 for this one… thanks alex…

Ryan18

I’ve got it

nextstep.n

I didn’t understand so well the sentence “I’ve got a black eye before”. Is this mean I fought against someone before and I got a black eye??? Alex, can you clarify this better?

frarlley

thanks Alex. it really useful

Aso Ahned

I’ve got to subscribe this channal! I’ll have got a great pleasure.
Thanks.

Olena Iv

    Yes this channal one of the Best in the World !!!

    Vladkabatkovich

I’ve got a million reasons. Is this sentence correct?
I’ve got million reasons. “a” should be deleted.

RedLO

Hi,
thank you Alex for this lesson; but i want to ask you about something
which is the correct past participl of get is it got or gotten

baali issam

nice lesson , thanks )

Rebellevels

    I don’t think so.

    Vladkabatkovich

I had got 9 out of 10. LOL

legless-rover

Great sir. Thanks

shafime

Hi Alex ! I think this lesson isn’t very good becouse of few explanations. So, I’m sorry, but I didn’t like it.

Vladkabatkovich

Very useful,thank you!

SUKRUT JAIDEE

good lesson
but i got only 80 percent

k.abed

Thank you Alex again.

I am glad that for finding this side.

I advice everbody to watch all videos.

byildirim

Many thanks Alex, it was so helpful lesson for me…

Mary

I’ve gotta try harder to break out my wall in some reason. 😩
Good lesson anyway !! Thanks 👏

Miyukieeee

When you want to say “I am feeling so cold” with emphasizing.
I have got freezing or I got freezing.
which one!

frsdgh

Hello Alex, I’d like to ask about quiz number 10. why after verb immedately is coming other verb without using the ‘to’ i misuderstood. please explane me that

Jahandar

Thanks. I got 100%.

shaaban88

    I’ve got 100%.

    shaaban88

4.45 in the video says “gotten” is British? It is a mistake, I guess or…

swxswx

I’ve gotten 90% on my quiz! Thank you

Sally Brazilian Student

I can understand the number four question. could you explain that

Sanaz77

I cannot understand the number four question. could you explain that

Sanaz77

So good!

wellmac

Thank you Mr. Alex
God Bless u 💕😇😇

gasa253

Thank you Mr. Alex.

Alex-1956
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