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What is the function of the -ing word in the following sentences?

"I'm not sure what I'm supposed to be feeling. So much has happened in the last few days."

What is the function of the -ing word in the following sentence?

"Asking your friends for help should be a natural thing, not something to be ashamed of."

What is the function of the word "enjoying" in the following sentence?

"Alex couldn't help feeling a little guilty for enjoying his summer vacation while his friends were stuck in summer school."

What is the function of the -ing word in the following sentence?

"It's crucial that you maintain your focus at all times while driving your motorbike."

What is the function of the -ing word in the following sentence?

"Feeling somewhat overwhelmed by all the attention he was receiving, the young star decided to take a break and go back to his hotel room."

What is the function of the -ing word in the following sentence?

"Having submitted his report, Kyle was immediately assigned a new project to work on."

What is the function of the -ing word in the following sentences?

"Wanting to succeed is not enough. You actually need to put some effort into it."

What is the function of the -ing word in the following sentence?

"Do you mind my asking you a personal question?"

What is the function of the -ing word in the following sentence?

"Bob and his friends left the bar shouting at the top of their lungs."


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159 Comments on “Improve Your Grammar: 4 ways to use -ING words in English”


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I got a Very poor marks 33% 😑😞 . But i wanted to say ;adam your effort is so remarkable. You have chosen a highly important topic for us. I really needed that. Thanks for teaching! ☺

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

You got 2 correct out of 9.
:(

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Thank you for your lesson, Adam. I have a question about using gerund and participle form as an adjective. “Wish you a blessed day” and “Wish you a blessing day”, which way is correct? I’m looking for your reply. Have fun!

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    Hi Trang,

    It’s “Wish you a blessed day” — a day that is blessed.

    There is a lesson on participles coming ;)

    Saturday, May 6th 2017

I totally agree with Anne. Adam’s lessons are very advanced and we need to recall all his related previous lessons while watching one of them to understand completely because he has integrated them by linking information.

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    That’s right, Khalidqs–it’s all related at the end of the day.

    Saturday, May 6th 2017

3 &4 so difecalt for me

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Hi Adam,
I didn’t see it coming 😀 Since joining the Engvid, I had never scored such a low point (3 out of 9)😔 Obviously, this is a little bit technical. Thank God you promise a separate lesson for participle verbs.

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Still waiting for “embedded clauses” lesson in connection with Adverb Clauses lesson that was offered a while a go.

Thanks a lot for your efforts.

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    It will come, Abduldala3 ;)

    Saturday, May 6th 2017

6/9 poor.
I can’t detect even adjective and adverb in my native language

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    Same result, same native language, same problem =))

    Thursday, April 20th 2017

    To tell you the truth, Brodjag, most native English speakers can’t do it in English either :) In fact, not many people think about the language they use; they just use it.

    Saturday, May 6th 2017

It’s my worse mark since I began to learn on this site. Fortunatly, I understood the meaning of the phrases. I will really need to see this lesson again. Thanks Adam.

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

I got only 4 out of 9, which is one of my worst ever…
This lesson was so difficult that I couldn’t get good score. But I know we need to do something challenging to improve not only English but anything! No pain, no gain. Thank you.

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Just can’t get it into my head! 3 out of 9, I’m going to cry for an hour! And as punishment I’ll start watching all the ‘beginning’ grammar again. It’s not you, Adam. I think it is my age and the fact that I’m a blonde (with too much grey nowadays)

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    I’m sorry. But I enjoyed reading your comment!! It’s my turn now. Praying!!

    Thursday, April 20th 2017

    Not to worry, Tina. It’s not an easy topic. I’ll try to make a related video to ease everyone’s pain ;)

    Saturday, May 6th 2017

Hi Adam, today the lesson was hard; my calification was two of nine (Very bad)
Thanks

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Short term participles are difficult :'(

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Hello Adam, thanks for sharing your valuable knowledge with us:
Can the example number 7 written as both:
A: (adjective clause) “The young star, who was feeling somewhat overwhelmed by all the attention he was receiving, decided to take a break and go back to his hotel room.”

B: (Adverb clause) “Because the young star was feeling somewhat overwhelmed by all the attention he was receiving, he decided to take a break and go back to his hotel room.”

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    Hi Meengviduser,

    Yes, technically it can be either one. In most cases, though, assume the adjective first, and then the adverb. If you think of this as an adjective, it tells you something about him and the ‘because’ is implied, so you can get both meanings across.

    Hope this helps.

    Saturday, May 6th 2017

Really hard!

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

i should admit , this lesson is difficult and confusing .I’ve got 2 out 9 !! what a shame heheh
anyway, thanks a lot Mr.Adam for your helping with us .

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Hi Adam,

Would you mind me asking about the 8th sentence?
Why is there a “my asking” and not a “me asking”?
I thought it was like a complex object with that kind of verbs after which we put -ing form. For example, I see him entering the room.Or am I mixing something here?

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    I thought the same thing. It sounds incorrect.

    Sunday, April 30th 2017

    Hi Lega,

    Good question. Essentially, I am asking if you mind my action, not if you mind me.
    In your example, I see him first. then I see him entering (i.e., his action). If you apply the same thinking to do you mind? then you mind me first, not my action.

    Does this make sense?

    Saturday, May 6th 2017

it’s so confused lesson, I can’t answer the questions, can you please mr\Adam repeat this lesson using an easier way.

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    I’ll see what I can do Ammar.

    Saturday, May 6th 2017

2/9 :( Sad…

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Thank you very much Adam. Interesting (and difficult) lesson.

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Hi, Adam!
Thank you for lesson, you always work with very difficult themes.
I would like to ask you a questions.

What is the function of the “have” word in the following sentence?
“I have done many exercises.”

Can we separate “Having submitted” оr perfect gerund is unseparable?

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    In that sentence Have is an Auxiliary verb and together with the Past Participle of GO, forms The Present Perfect of the verb “To Go”. Ciao

    Thursday, April 20th 2017

      Thank you!
      My question wasn’t correct))) In the example “Having submitted his report, …” “Having submitted” is participle 1 (not perfect gerund) and its function in the sentence is adverbial modifier.

      Thursday, April 20th 2017

        Hi Aleha,

        Firstly, Byte answered correctly the first questions. As far as “having submitted”, this is a perfect participle, meaning the first action was completed before the second action started. To extend, you can say After he had submitted his report, he took the rest of the day off.
        The most common reduction is of the conjunction ‘after’ though you can use it for because,as, etc to show a relationship of cause and effect:
        Having failed to secure admittance to the college for a third semester in a row, Tom finally decided to give up on college altogether and look for a job. (as he had failed…)

        Does this help?

        Sunday, May 7th 2017

how to use going to be sir plz

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    Hi Bishnudhakai,

    Going to be is a future simple tense. It means the situation is definite (I am going to be at the theater at 5).

    Does this help?

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

how to use -going to be —

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Only 4 correct. I thought I was much better.

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    Hello, you are the first person from the Czech Rep. that I meet here ;-)

    Friday, May 5th 2017

That’s embarrassing. I got only 4 out of 9. The worst result I’ve ever had… But the lesson was great, as always.

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Really difficult…….frustrating….~

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Hi Adam,
You know, you took only 8 minutes and 26 seconds to teach us, but conversely, for me, I have to review this lesson and practice it, again and again, many times.
Honestly, This is a first time I learn about the functions of “ing” words. It’s quite complicated to understand.
Up to now, After learning this lesson and doing the quiz carefully many times, I really understood now. So, wanting to get more and make sure not to be confusing as well because of the “ing” words I should continue learning more many many times their functioning’s words.
Many thanks for this great, difficult, helpful and interesting lesson.
One more time, I’d like to say You made my day, Adam. :)

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    Thank you Chloe :) You just made mine.

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

thank you very much

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Once, I’ve heard we can only use gerund in a phrase if we don’t use infinitive in the same. And when we have 2 verbs together side by side we use gerund in the second one. Is it right?

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    Hi Johnsky,

    I’m not entirely sure what you mean, but you can use an -ing participle or gerund followed by an infinite verb. (We all agreed that stopping to ask for directions would be a good idea considering how lost we were.; Wanting to do well on his test, Jack skipped the party to study all night.)

    Does this help?

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

I’ve got 33% :( My worst result for all time on this site.

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

4/9 :(

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

It’s fascinating. I hadn’t been sure in anything before I passed the quiz. However, I hit the jackpot! Thank you for your effort and commitment, Adam.

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Having done the test, I decided to do it over.
Watching Adam’s lessons is a piece of cake.
Explaining grammar rules, Adam was perfect.I’m going to do it in the morning.
Did I cover all the ~ing cases?
Thank you.

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    ;) good job Nataanna.

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

thanks Adam for this lesson but it was hard lesson

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

This concept is not clear enough to build sentences with it because you can change the order of the words in the sentence without finding out their meaning, furthermore, it’s relative or subjective to understand the keyword, as more I am thinking about its meaning as more I am doubting about it. In fact, you can express an idea that maybe confused depending on what you are thinking about, you want to tell a story that we can misunderstand if there aren’t very clear rules on it, and I think this is the case of very complex rules to follow, but anyway we have to afford with these types of sentences sometimes and we have to be ready to understand them. Thanks a lot, teacher Adam, this lesson has been a word-twister more than a tongue-twister.

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    Doing the questionary twice I was failed only in the noun (gerund) sentences 3 and 7 because I thought in “his good, gladness and joy summer vacation” in 3 (adjective) and in “As you haven’t wanted enough to succeed,…” in 7 (adverb), then its meaning is relative. It generates many doubts and confusion, it depends on what you want to explain.

    Wednesday, April 19th 2017

      Hi Angardiobel,

      You’re absolutely tight. A good writer will do his/her best to make sure the reader doesn’t need to guess, but at the same time, it’s nice to know that you have a toolbox full of structures to use to make your writing more interesting. :)

      Sunday, May 7th 2017

Hi Adam. I’m sad. The quiz was all Greek to me. I got only 44. I’ll make a review on this topic. Thanks!

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Hi Adam.I’m very bad on grammar😵😳 tell me what am do of that thinks? Help me please.😢😢😢😢

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

    Hi Soumayann,

    The key is to start at the beginning and learn the basics, then work your way up to more complicated structures and rules. It’s just a matter of time, patience, and practice. You’ll get there.

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

      how should we start from the beginning?

      Tuesday, May 9th 2017

        Start with basic sentences, get to know the verb forms, what is a subject, object, what is a clause, etc. Once you have the foundation, you can move on to more complicated grammar points. The main thing is to build vocabulary. Without words, grammar means nothing ;)

        Wednesday, May 24th 2017

      Hi Adam
      could you please tell or guide me the best way to learn
      Grammer

      Tuesday, May 9th 2017

        You should probably start with a good basic grammar book and follow its course.

        Sunday, June 11th 2017

Hello Adam , hello everybody .
Definitely difficult !

Thursday, April 20th 2017

Adam,
Is it quite English to say “Alex couldn’t help feeling a little guilty for he was enjoying his summer vacation while his friends were stuck in summer school” ?
Thanks

Thursday, April 20th 2017

    Quite English, yes, Tsamp :)
    (Alex couldn’t help feeling a little guilty for enjoying his summer vacation while his friends were stuck in summer school– more common).

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

Very useful topic for reading.But I even can’t recall all this stuff on my own language , so I’m gone to read .

Thursday, April 20th 2017

Very useful but difficult. Thanks Adam.

Thursday, April 20th 2017

5 out of 9.
Adjectives and Adverbs are much harder to identify than Verbs and Nouns

Thursday, April 20th 2017

    That’s probably true Rafwill :)

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

Unfortunately, I got 4 of 9. I think we need to understand Adverb how it comes in a sentence, elaborating what???

Thursday, April 20th 2017

    Hi Sofian,

    An adverb modifies a verb, an adjective, other adverbs, or whole clauses. I’ll make a lesson about adverbs only.

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

OMG! I got only 44 :).Shame on me. It is the worst marks I ever got since I joined EngVid.What an awful lesson it was.To be honest there was nothing in my mind even after watching the video thrice.Such a difficult topic,that’s why I always detest clauses.I think I won’t ever be able to learn it with my this small brain.But it’s a relief that today almost everyone is mourning here, I thought I am the only thick headed.Teacher please do something.The lesson was really Greek to all of us.

Thursday, April 20th 2017

    Hi!
    After long.

    Friday, April 21st 2017

    No worries Eichi. I see it was quite difficult, so I’ll figure out a way to make this easier.

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

I think the problem is we can’t see difference between adverb participle and adjective participle. They are very similar, Adam help us, pleaase :D

Thursday, April 20th 2017

    That is indeed the problem, Hubert. I will rework this lesson and make it easier for everyone.

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

Waouh!!! I got 8 out of 9. That’s quite cool. Tkx Adam for such a critical and confusing topic.

Thursday, April 20th 2017

Sir
In the question no. 6
Having submitted is perfect participle and participle is used as an adjective…

Thursday, April 20th 2017

    Almost correct, Jangidmahendra. It’s an adverb (After he had submitted his report…)

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

Make a video on
Difference between
Perfect participle , perfect gerund and perfect Infinitive. And please tell me one thing
How to identify these ones in the given sentence?

Thursday, April 20th 2017

    I will get on that ;)
    perfect participle acts as an adverb.
    perfect gerund acts as an object (or part of a noun clause)
    perfect Infinitive will look like a present perfect but ‘to’ before it.

    Does this help?

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

Hi, thanks, one feedback, you are taking your class without roots (Basics), we the students are a mix of levels (no one have a perfect define level, we did approach the English in different ways, time and intensity, so no one knows his level by fact), the only fact is we want to improve or English; So I not want to be a English teacher not need high confuse grammar, my mistake follow teachers that put advanced classed very out of my league, your mistake make lessons for English teachers instead focus in English students.
BTW: Pointing to previous classes not help at the moment, thanks.

Thursday, April 20th 2017

Great video, Adam. I just have one question about “ing” and “to”: what happen to the verbs that aren’t followed neither by “ing” nor by “to”?

Friday, April 21st 2017

    Hi Santos,

    I’m not sure what you mean. Most verbs are followed by objects or adverb phrases, not -ing or to.

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

Ah ah l had 1 to 9 awful.
If Adam sees my comment l’d really want a course about future continuous.
See you next time.

Friday, April 21st 2017

    I’ll see what i can do, Fredojo :)

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

Use of ing form in English I think easy before this lesson but now I am confused.

Friday, April 21st 2017

Use of ing form in English I think easy before this lesson but now I am confused.
Adam sir need more vedios in this topic.

Friday, April 21st 2017

    Will do, Sid ;)

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

hi adam,
i just have a doubt in the below sentence.

It is regrettable that a case relating to the promotion of communal disharmony, one that had a bearing on riots and reprisals in the following months, was mired in judicial stagnation and administrative apathy for a quarter century.

in the above sentence,one that had a bearing on riots and reprisals in the following months is acting as an adjective clause for noun CASE or it is acting as a noun clause.

could you please help me.

thanks in advance

Friday, April 21st 2017

    Hi Ganesh,

    Yes, it is an adjective clause to “one” and one refers to one “case”.

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

I think it is more easier to understand practicing, than watching grammar rules.
I got 2/9

Friday, April 21st 2017

    Probably true, Miguelect. However, if you want to write well in English, or have to take a language test, then you need to know this stuff too.

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

Hi Adam.
Thank you for the lesson.
In your first example : “Wearing loose pants while riding a bicycle is dangerous”
I wonder, if as in portuguese, spanish or french we could use the verb in the infinitive with the same meaning. “To wear loose pants while riding a bicycle is dangerous”.
Many thanks.

Saturday, April 22nd 2017

    Yes, but it sounds more formal, less natural.

    Monday, April 24th 2017

    You could say it like that, but as the moderator says, it sounds unnatural.

    That said, I will make a lesson about the difference between infinitive and gerund uses.

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

Yes, I agree with all the comments. the questions are bit difficult and confusing. It’s requires for us to study more on parts of speech.

Monday, April 24th 2017

Hi Adam, thanks for your lesson. I’ve got 4/9.I have a lot of doubts with this topic lesson. Would you tell me where can I get more examples and explanations?

Tuesday, April 25th 2017

    Hi Omarcamacho,

    You can get a good grammar book with exercises. I will also make another lesson about this to try to make it easier for everyone.

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

      Thanks for your reply. At this moment, I am studying English and improving my skills for the IELTS test in 10 weeks from now. Do you offer some additional assessments such as video calls or writing essays corrections? Please let me know whether it is possible or not and the cost it could have.

      Thank you very much

      Sunday, May 7th 2017

        You can also visit my site (writetotop.com) and see some videos there as well.

        I am currently not doing writing assessments, but will start again next month. you can find out more on my site then.

        Good luck.

        Wednesday, May 24th 2017

Wow very poor answer i got 1 out if 9

Tuesday, April 25th 2017

thanks very much, am going to redo it got 60

Tuesday, April 25th 2017

hello thank you for teaching. it was difficult lesson, today i got 33%

Thursday, April 27th 2017

Adam, I never think when I use “ALWAYS” and “ALL THE TIME” about their interchangeability. You know I begin to doubt: “Am I using them right?”.
For instance I say: “I always watch TV in the evening” and ” I watch TV all the time”. Could you do a lesson or explain it to me when it is more correct to use “always” and when “all the time” and in which cases I can use both? Thank you.

Saturday, April 29th 2017

    I’ll do that Katrin. Just keep in mind that ‘all the time’ is mostly an expression of emphasis meaning ‘a lot’.

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

      Thank you Adam. I will be waiting.

      Wednesday, May 10th 2017

Adam, it seems to me for 5th question – adverb and adjective are both right answers.

Saturday, April 29th 2017

    Someone else mentioned this, and technically, you’re right. In most cases though, assume adjective first, because this tells you something about ‘him’ and implies the reason, so you can accomplish both.

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

      Sorry for same question.

      Wednesday, May 10th 2017

Hello Sir Adam, I want to improve my english language, Can you help me for that matters.

Sunday, April 30th 2017

    Absolutely,Loijen.

    There are lots of videos here to help you do just that ;)

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

a trticky one! :-(

Sunday, April 30th 2017

Adam,sorry,one question more. How to use the word “ethnic”,for instance when you wanna say that you
belong to some ethnicity of your country?(when you
live in a country with multiple nationalities)
Thank you.

Wednesday, May 3rd 2017

    It depends on what you’re trying to say. For example, a person can be Canadian (citizenship), but ethnically Chinese (heritage, race). You can also go out for ethnic food, but then you have to specify what type. Is this what you had in mind.

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

      Yea, that’s right Adam. Thanks.
      (- so I’m Canadian but ethnically French.)

      Wednesday, May 10th 2017

        Oui :)

        You can also be French-Canadian, but here that would require extra explanation (i.e., not Quebecois)

        Wednesday, May 24th 2017

          Merci Adam!!!:)

          Friday, June 2nd 2017

Adam i wanna to talk with in alive chat …. i need your help

Thursday, May 4th 2017

    Hi Alenzyahmed,

    There are plenty of people here who be happy to talk with you. Send out an invitation to them ;)

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

Mr.Adam, actually you are a wonderful gift for the students , intelligent and creative . I really like your way of teaching and how to pass the information to the students. thank you for your kindly effort :)

Friday, May 5th 2017

    Thank you Nashwan :)

    Sunday, May 7th 2017

Good description.
Thank you!

Sunday, May 7th 2017

Hi Everybody,

I understand that this lesson was difficult. I will remake it in way that will be easier. Do keep in mind that you need to know the functions of adjectives and adverbs, and there is a lesson participles coming. Also, remember that this is a somewhat advanced lesson, so if you are still a beginner, don’t worry too much if it’s difficult for you. It will get easier with time.

Sunday, May 7th 2017

My grammar not improving. T T
Now, I’m knowing more grammar :) #fighting!!!

Thank you teacher Mr.Adam

Monday, May 15th 2017

as it shows u’re very interactive on commenting so let me ask u a question if u don’t mind Mr.Adam
is it important for me as instructor to explain the four uses of gerund to my students in my classroom or just give them a random examples to let them getting it implicitly in unconscious way ? and thanks :D

Wednesday, May 17th 2017

    Good question Minepower.

    What is their (or your) objective? If they are beginners and learning to speak, this is not necessary (yet). If they are intermediate or advanced and want to read and/or write better, then yes, they need to know the uses. That said, you know your students better I do, so if you think they learn better by example, you can give them exercises, but at some point you can’t avoid a grammar lesson ;)

    Wednesday, May 24th 2017

Hi Adam I want to know one thing that english poetry and novels are difficult to understand . We know all vocabulary. But it’s difficult to understand.

Friday, May 19th 2017

    Hi Sureakha,

    As far as poetry goes, even native speakers can;t easily understand what a poet is trying to express; it’s a very personal style of writing. In terms of novels, the writer doesn’t want to give you everything too easily because he/she wants you to get involved, to make an effort so that you are invested, so you need to dig a bit and find your way.
    Also keep in mind, good writers know grammar very well, meaning they know how to play with it; sometimes the structures can be a bit confusing for nonnatives.

    Wednesday, May 24th 2017

I can not see the video

Monday, May 22nd 2017

    Hi Huamaoji,

    Are you in China? YouTube is blocked there, so you might need a VPN.

    Wednesday, May 24th 2017

thank you for your efforts

Wednesday, May 24th 2017

Hi Adam! Your lesson is helpful as always.

8/9 :) For the first time I didn`t understand the grammar but a bit later I realize that English and Russian (I`m Russian) grammar are very similar so it wasn`t difficult for me.

Thank you very much for your lesson!
Felix

Friday, June 2nd 2017

My scores are 4/9 it not good for me. I will try to understand in this lesson better. Thank you Adam teacher. I love English language and this website is important for me.
And I apologies if some of my words or sentences are not correctly (my English language is not quite well) Please, teacher give your advice to me. Thank you so much.

Monday, June 5th 2017

OMG Adverb participle Adj participleee

Wednesday, June 7th 2017

Hi Adam Sir, how are you????
I am firoz from india. i want to speak english.
please help me…….

Monday, June 12th 2017

How are you???Adam

Tuesday, June 20th 2017

this was fantastic your effort was really good this is the right video for me nice tips by the way

Wednesday, June 21st 2017

I got 7 out of 10 0-0

Wednesday, June 21st 2017

Got 3/10.In all the other lessons I was getting almost all correct. Have to work on it.

Saturday, July 8th 2017

You got 5 correct out of 9.

Thursday, July 27th 2017

Hello Adam!
Could you please give further explanation on number 9? I’d like to know why “Bob and his friends left the bar shouting at the top of their lungs.” is an Adverb Participle.
Thanks in advance.

Thursday, July 27th 2017

Sir, I have a question. I watched a lesson on ESL but I couldn’t understand why an article is not added before “nation building” and ” assistance ” in the following?
1.He gave assistance to my friend.
2. Although many would argue that the economy is the most important factor in nation building, I think education has a far greater impact.
one more question. why “the” is added before the word economy.

Monday, August 7th 2017

Very, very difficult

Thursday, August 10th 2017

I got only 44 %

Thursday, August 10th 2017

Hi Adam, thanks for teaching.
I got only 33 %.
Grazie

Saturday, August 12th 2017

    Thank you for watching! Don’t worry, just try again next time!

    Monday, August 14th 2017

I try It again

Monday, August 14th 2017

I’m disappointed… I got 3 of 9. I”m going to listen again the lesson.

Monday, August 14th 2017

I got 7 points, but I am confused with adverb
and gerund.Thank you very much for your kindness, Sir. Adam.

Tuesday, August 15th 2017

3 out of 9. It was hard and confusing. Adam, can you simplify this video and tag as 3-Advanced

Saturday, August 19th 2017

Dear Adam,

I just scored 6/10 :(

very much confused between adverb and adjective participle. What to do Adam??
Kindly give separate lesson of it as you mentioned in the lesson. Eagerly waiting.

Wednesday, August 23rd 2017

I got 67..sometimes confused between adj and adv participle..i made 3 mistakes on both of these.

Monday, September 11th 2017

Dear Adam

Please explain more about adverb and adjective. Also, give some exaples for them.

Friday, September 29th 2017

You are a very good teacher. I learned a lot.Thanks.

Friday, October 6th 2017

I got 3 out of 9. I am very poor on this. This the topic I have to give focus. Thank you, Adam, for bringing this kind of lesson. It will do a lot of information that I need to pay attention.

Sunday, October 29th 2017

I got 7.

Tuesday, October 31st 2017

I don’t know what he is talking about!I am totally lost.What should I do?

Friday, November 3rd 2017
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