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Hallo, Alex! It was real delight to see this video!Can you please to answer one question Does engvid have subtitles? I sometimes see subtitels , but sometimes i dont see.. it is very usefull, but wy not always? thank you!!!
Monday, May 6th 2013Reply to this co

jane122

    Unfortunately, we don’t. Maybe on youtube?

    Alex

      Please I beg Engvid: never subtitle your lessons. I progress in English thank’s to you. Unfortunaly I too often use subtitle. That is not good for me. Kind regards

      vilainpetitcrapaud

      i am also like to see your video with subtitle, please try to give subtitle in future

      mohdshareef1234

      on taskbar on youtube you can see the auto translation, it’s not right most of time , i think it will be better if Endvid can have traslation in each video

      aokiji

        We’re adding proper transcriptions to new videos!

        engVid Moderator

      its strange..its like a miracle but i saw the subtitles on internet explorer and mozilla firefox but i doent see they on google chrome it dependent

      jane122

    I think if we don’t have subtitles we are able to practice the listening skills in lessons. I wouldn’t desire subtittles unless it will be optional. By the way, it was a great lesson, thanks Alex and EngVid site.

    sgmmm

    hi,you better understand the lesson without subtitles..try to watch the video again and again.so you can improve your listening skill.

    pintuk

another excellent lesson…liked it very much….thanks so much

argenis

Thank you very much, it was really helpful, I remembered many things I had forgotten

ludmilaz

i got a 10 in the quiz! but i have to say that you are right alex, phrasal verbs are so difficult to learn in english. try to post more videos about this verbs. thousand thanks alex!

roberto23

    This song rocks! Thank you for introducing us to it :)

    engVid Moderator

    This song does in fact rock. Thanks!

    Alex

    ¿Did you tell him about this song because J.D. McPherson was a teacher?

    angie01

Thanks a lot !

sanin25

    Can we contact, coz I’d like to improve my English too

    johnbrowdy

      of course we can !)))How can I find you ? It would be great meet you on the site lingualeo dot ru lingualeo.ru there I’m like “SaninOff” from kharkov . I have 25 level there))) See you )))

      sanin25

        thank you for reply…. see you in Leo pride lol :)

        johnbrowdy

Thanks a lot for this helpful lesson Alex, I’m the biggest fan of your way in teaching because you often talk in slowly way..With deep respect and appreciation,

Yours sincerely,
Taha

taharaad

    Thank you for the kind comments.

    Alex

thankx <3

jasminne

Tanks Alex
Very good lesson

by the way I have this question

My brother,that lives in France, is a teacher.

here the word (That)is correct? if no why?
tanks again.

brala

    Yes you can!

    Look:

    Relative clauses add extra information to a sentence by defining a noun. They are usually divided into two types – defining relative clauses and non-defining relative clauses.

    Defining relative clauses

    Look at this sentence:

    The woman who lives next door works in a bank.
    ‘who lives next door’ is a defining relative clause. It tells us which woman we are talking about.

    Look at some more examples:

    Look out! There’s the dog that bit my brother.
    The film that we saw last week was awful.
    This is the skirt I bought in the sales.
    Can you identify the defining relative clauses? They tell us which dog, which film and which skirt we are talking about.

    Relative pronouns

    Relative clauses are often introduced by a relative pronoun (usually who, which, that, but when, where and whose are also possible)

    With defining relative clauses we can use who or that to talk about people.

    She’s the woman who cuts my hair.
    She’s the woman that cuts my hair.
    And we can use that or which to talk about things.

    The dog that bit my brother.
    The dog which bit my brother.
    It is also sometimes possible to omit the relative pronoun.

    This is the skirt that I bought in the sales.
    This is the skirt which I bought in the sales.
    This is the skirt I bought in the sales.
    In this sentence ‘skirt’ is the object of the verb (buy). ‘I’ is the subject. When the relative pronoun is the object, it can be omitted.

    The film we saw last week was awful.
    BUT The dog bit my brother. This is not possible because the dog is the subject of the verb, ‘bite’.

    thalinho

      Thanks
      I think you haven’t seen the comma before the relative pronoun.
      look it up in “Common Mistakes in English” part 1.

      brala

    It’s correct if you change “that” to “who” because you can’t use “that” in a non-identifying adjective clause.

    Alex

      that’s what I taught, teacher =)

      thalinho

Hi Alex. You know my English can’t really get by without engvid.com ! Yeah I rarely leave my comments here it because of my laziness but I always watch your lessons, they are all very useful. I hope I didn’t make mistakes in my comment.

smbsmbsmb

awesome !!! I got 10 correct out of 10 ;)

smbsmbsmb

Thanks for such an interesting lesson,

glmrenard

Thankssss

gurayon19

Very good again, Alex! Maybe the best way to learn phrasal verbs is the real-life examples. Video lessons regarding phrasal verbs are always welcome.

hakamaki

    That’s it precisely!

    Alex

Thanks for the useful lesson Alex !

annvu94

In my opinion, the quiz had to be more complicated. Anyway, very useful lesson ;)

joulethief89

Hi, Alex. Thank you.

ariunbolor

Thank you so much, Alex! This was really useful.

vlalimpiev

Thanks u are the best teacher in the world honestly .
I really like your lessons and all engvid lessons

ohoud999

    That’s high praise, but thank you!

    Alex

Awesome lesson Thanks alot Alex , i’m a new member here and this is my first comment but i promise it won’t be the last , really loved that :)

Sameh

    Welcome! Hope you stick around :)

    engVid Moderator

Hi Alex. It was superb lesson !!!!

andrewgaitan

Alex, It was a good lesson. I got 9/10. Thanks for your help.

guilhermemachado

This lesson is nessesery. I got 80%.

alpido24

thanks so much alex

tranducquanueh

thanks…

erolcaglar

Thanks a lot. It was very useful video for me

seval44

Thanks so much, Alex. I enjoy your lesson :)

kitty512

great lesson :”>

cuongskn

Thank you, Alex, that was a very useful lesson. I’ve always had a problem with using phrasal verbs correctly. As a matter of fact, I noticed that native speakers use them all the time in conversation!

ronniepl

    Yeah, that’s why they’re important to know. :)

    Alex

NICE !! again a step smarter :)

waldi999

I can’t see the video.Might I live in China. That is the reason.

andy1357

    Yes, that would be why. A lot of our videos have been uploaded by other people to sites like Youku, so you can try searching there; you can also use web proxies!

    engVid Moderator

I’m proud of myself (test: 100% good) and happy with your teaching. Thanks Alex, a very clear lesson.

Jesús R.

what is the meaning of “get through”?

sami45

Amazing!!!!

deividcostasoares

hi Alex. thanks for 5 phrasal verbs. it is very interesting :D

ganbashir15

Got up = rise from bed or really any lying position
Get along= to have a good relationship with someone
Get ahead= to succed at work or make progress
Get by=to survive, how do you get by without facebook ? ;)
Get together= to meet, we firstly got together with my boyfriend in Turkey ;)
Thank you, Alex !

fakhranda

    You got it!

    Alex

Thanks teacher. It was an amazing class… see you next!

veniciosales

Thank you teacher

eyre

What does “Put it down mean”? I hear a lot but I don’t understand the meaning.
For example on Pitbull’s song Internacional Love he says” You put it down like New York city”…
What does that mean?
Thanks

henry19

Thank you I got 80% right.

fredd10

thank you so much :)

johnbrowdy

your lessons is great, coz I got 100% thank you one more time

johnbrowdy

I get up at 9am every day. I want to get ahead but I cannot)) I am getting by now, I get along with all my relatives. My friend and I get together at 6 o’clock. And I have to get my thoughts together.
Thank you Alex, for new phrasal verbs.

poslegg

    You got it. Just make sure you say “I’m getting together with my friends at 6” if you mean in the future.

    Alex

Ohh!! My Godness

bundersvaguen

Hello, I am so proud of you, ” EngVid Staff”, you are my inspiration in English, You are the heroes, I respect all of you,
Thank you.

asmaasaad14

It is a pleasure to view these lessons, please, can you make other vid with jokes ?, I am still laughing.
Best regards from Spain

machacao

    I will definitely keep that in mind!

    Alex

thanks teacher

are (get along)and (get on)have the same meaning?

please answer me ..i need to know

hussein syd

    Good Q I wanna know if there is any difference too. I put the Q on Yahoo and once I get the answer I’ll put it here :)

    Rey

    “Get along with: have smooth relations; “My boss and I get along very well”
    Get on with something to give your time to something and make progress with it
    The sooner we finish the speeches, the sooner we can get on with the celebration.”

    Rey

      thanks a lot flawless..

      i really appreciate this…

      hussein syd

    I’ve heard “get on” used in a similar way as “get along with,” but mostly in British contexts.

    “Do you get on with your boss?”
    “Yeah, we get on okay.”

    Imagine it in a British accent. :)

    Alex

useful lesson! thank you, Alex.

annecarvalho

Wao!, it’s incredible, I understood everything you said. Actually I say that you’re my best teacher, every time I see your videos I only hear pure english, your pronunciation is awesome and I’m learning from you. Tank you very much, God bless you.

rafael710

    Thanks for the compliments!

    Alex

You’re my favorite teacher in EngVid seriously you’re the best lol, thank you so muccccccccccccch <3

Rey

Thank u so much! Alex

chinsundo

Thx a lot it useful for me :)

yihe

Useful lesson,thanks

rabbani

thanks, for your help really you have done a good job :). i like it

kbudapest

Hey alex.
Im a huge fan of u.Cuz your pronounciation is very clear so it`s very easy to understand.
And you have a skill that teach something easily.!!

megadolx

    Thanks! My pronunciation is kind of boring, isn’t it? :)

    Alex

I would say you are the best like this lesson so much . Thank you.

safawad

Thanks so much! This lesson is altogether useful!

Andre.AirForce

Thank you Alex…very useful lesson!!

spous67

Excellent lesson, Alex! Thank you!

Janilza

A very good lesson!

marcosaurelio

thank you!!

Pong

Phrasal verbs are always welcome! You rock, Alex!
Keep doing such a job, it’s pretty useful and will always be!

Best regards from Brazil!

thalinho

I got wrong answers in 5-7 :(

lolitta88

Get down please. I’m getting by with all this lessons. So, I’m gonna get up to get ahead. Get lost yourself.

megalomaniacko

Today I ain´t gonna get together with you, because I wanna get up fresh tomorrow to get ahead on my exams. If I hang out I won´t get by to do duties. Don´t bother we still get along each other. For one second I thought that GET ALONG meant someone who follow, trust or allow yourself to be take by anyone or ideas. Please,is there some phrasal verb for this? Thanks Alex !

carlos1971jackal

thanks for this lesson.You’re a nice teacher.
I’ve a confusion between these two sentences. Which one is right? and why?

“Tell me why did you go there?”
“Tell me why you went there?”

bpc1

Thank u

aymansky

Your lesson is very useful.
Thanks^^~~~~

ea9436

My English is getting ahead with your perfect website, can’t get by without it!!!! Thanks!

seeb

thank you for your lesson.
that’s so useful and easy!

4bkim

Thank you Alex, very good lesson…

clalonu

Thanks.Good job!!!!!!!

mandarin

Thank you so much.
Very interesting .

treso09

Thanks !

johnhoang

Thanks a lot!!!!!

mikusya11

Thank you so much

dhissie

my english has improved thanks to you.. :) !!!

almendrita

thank you Alex, it was really useful,
and the quiz was challenging enough too…
thanks so much.

Dado

hi Alex,
thanks… it was a very use full lesson.
I have a question that is for ‘Get By’
can we use it for person and live things?
sorry for grammatical mistakes.

monika82

    A good question. I want to know the answer,too .

    imagination

This lesson is very useful. Thanx Alex :)

imagination

I GOT 8 OUT OF 10

THANKS

m7mad

today i got up at 8am while i was walking to my work i got together with emma actually a get along with her i work hard to get ahead i cant get by without my work
thanx mr alex

asmasoso

I got 90%
Thank you for your teaching

won6287

It’s very usefull. Although, I only got 8 correct out of 10 :D

chyntia95

Many thanks, Alex!!!

kurte

i have done the quiz and i got 8/10
your lesson are useful
thanks!

vicdoan

very interesting and useful thank you for all

amad05

It is really really perfect and nice useful than last lesson
Thanks dear best teacher Alex

preemy

You pronunciation is nice and clear, it is why I’m learning so much with you, Alex. I love your lessons. I think phrasal verbs are very difficult. Sometimes I think I’ll never master it, but, anyway I could score 10/10 in the quiz! I owe it to you, guy! Thank you.

Sally S

Hi Alex! You are on fo the best teacher I have never seen. Please could you give a lesson about even thoug, although and through. I have too much problem mainly with the pronounciation. Best regards.

mamoudouhawa

thank mr alex this lesson it was very helpful,but i’m asking about the other phrasal verbs.thank you

hichamzayd

thanks mr alex, lesson was very helpful

krajkumar

Hi Alex,
You are very good teacher…just few days before i started watching EngVid videos..n u know what..now I can’t go by a single day without watching engvid videos…m just addicted to it…i just like all the teachers..the way u all explain was so nice…thank you so much for this..u guyzz are doing a great job..thank u :)

neelambak123

Hi Alex,
You are very good teacher…just few days before i started watching EngVid videos..n u know what..now I can’t get by a single day without watching engvid videos…m just addicted to it…i just like all the teachers..the way u all explain was so nice…thank you so much for this..u guyzz are doing a great job..thank u :)

neelambak123

Dear Alex:
lesson was very useful^^ very thanks!!

sharonjeff

Hi Alex.
I could not understand what is the difence between;When are you getting together with Joanna?
When are you get together with Joanna?
May you hep me? Thanks a lot.

julio31

gracias, gordito..

karl0z

Nice lesson..really useful..thanks!!

nrban

thanks , interesting

bmspartacus

thanks.

bataa0430

80 ,so so , thank you.

Cemokan

thanks Alex…

bijaydlb

hi Alex, Thank u for your clear explanation

Evik

first of all, I have to thanks for your useful lessons, Mr. Alex. I’m from Vietnam which has the shape like the letter ” S “. I have seen several videos from you in the website: youtube.com. That’s the reason I’ve known this official website. With all things I’ve written here I hope you continue try your best in order to bring members effective videos.
Thanks again, teacher Alex.
Sincerest.

nvnkthd

    hey ,i’m vietnammese too :)

    danghoangnhat1992

Thank you so much Alex (:

teerawat1985

I can not get by without Engvid ^^.Thanks a lot Alex

huenhanp102

It was great! Thanks again, Alex. . .

ccarmosilva

I have been getting ahead watching engvid! Thanks again. . .

ccarmosilva

Thanks for the class Alex! It was great! Can you tell me if this sentence is correct: She always gets together with her friends on the weekends.
Thanks again!

gabicmarra

i want to get by in my job by getting the meaning of ‘get’so i can get along with everybody.i want a get together with my friends on next week.Any way i got up late today

pintuk

hi please add some videos about infact,in order to .Thanks

pintuk

Alex would did you explain for me the last quiz question?

James

Thank you Alex. i got 8 out of 10 . you really teach in a easy way.

nevinrupani1

Thanks Mr. Alex, I got 90%.

Abdul Qayum

That was great lesson, thank you.

yasser1969

5/10 Yes, it is very tricky

ゞ(≧▽≦*)o

9/10 ;;;

liona

9/10

rimma905

It was amazing again, I’ve just gotten 10 of 10. I am getting better each day pass!

Patricio da Silveira

thank you so much teacher alex..=)..

cez527

Thanks man….

cagan

Very nice, Alex. I am learning something new eeryday with you. I excited to have found this website and your videos. Thank you so much!

P.D. By the way, 10/10 in my quiz.

Desoldado

Cheers mate.

Iamhere.

Good Lesson. Thanks.

adriano.malaquias@gmail.com

Great lesson! Thanks

Lfabian2013

Thanks, Alex. Another great lesson from a great teacher.

ivani

Very interesting. thank you Alex

LuisEnrique1103

Really it was a very useful lesson, thanks Alex

Lilien

Hi, one question, I’m not sure about the last question in the quiz, I’m not sure about using “When” instead of “What time” or something like that. I believe that one question with “when” is for asking days, I don’t know that you can use “When” for asking time, or, ¿Are you asking about time in the last question? Thanks for helping me.

angie01

hi, I don’t understand if I must use “get by” only in the interrogative phrase or even in the affermative phrase.

thank you

MirimeCarol

Thank you Alex.

Nadir

I got 9 of 10! However I was confused when I was passing the quiz! I saw the form ‘getted’ of word ‘get’! Please explain me what’s it?

Lakrat

    The option “getted” is a “trap” of the test, because If you don’t know that “get” is a irregular verb, you going to say “Oh yeah, the past verb of get is getted, because I only have to add “ed” and It’ll be a past verb.”

    The verb “get” is an iregular verb and its simple past form is “got” and not “gotted”.

    Regards!

    danpalvald

Thank you so much Mr. Alex!

Mardongan

get by Today I know.Thanks Alex.

hirohiro0709

I can’t get by without Alex’s lessons :)

Drogba

I’m sure that I’ll get ahead with your awesome lessons! Thanks for everything.

danpalvald

Thank you Dear Sir Alex; I’m following your lessons carefully.

With love. . . :)

Hande

Elanvital

Thanks for your helpful lesson.

Edward Nguyen

Mmm… i am 5/10 but now i m stdying

Yuriy2001

Hello,Alex you r wonderful teacher that I have,In my opinion your Method like miracle.
Thank you

amir.bagha

It’s a great lesson! Thank you, dear Alex.

LiBellatrix

Thank you very much,dear Alex!

travelmama

Thank you so much for your teaching!

vkachan69

9 from 10.
But question no. 7 I really dont understand the meaning of that sentences and using words “getting by”.
Thank you for useful lesson.

ANTON A

10 from 10/ cool lesson.THX Alex.

DerClown

very good lesson
Thank you very much!

Vivimi

You are perfect teacher. Phrasal verbs are difficult for my understanding. But your lessons help me. Thanks a lot Alex.

Natalyzefir

Watching this video in 2016!! Who else?

frarlley

Alex, very good! You are a great teacher.

Sandro Gomes

Thank you. Now I can’t get by without following your lessons

hendoz

thanks Alex i do hope that to be getting along with your lessons, they will get me ahead in English… thanks Alex

agsurfaza

Thanks Alex

Sakhi fouzia

Hi Alex, I like your videos. I really like when you talk about books.

Karla.cr

Thank you very much!

Jonathas Wilhem

Thanks!

shihai182

Many thanks Alex for this Lesson.i used to go to an English course, but my teacher who was fantastic is retired now and i was disappointed till i found your course!

cousquer

Thanks Mr. Alex!

Alex-1956

thanks Aex iam very happy you lison

afjar

Thanks a lot, Alex. it is helpful.

MarcelD
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