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409 COMMENTS

before I listen to the lesson I must say
thank you soooooooo Much dear teacher
may allah bless you

nino31

    Thanks dear teacher Emma!! I am looking forward to watching your video like others students.
    God bless you

    Lucas

very useful!

Jun chen

    oh really nice

    bbasujon

    thank you maam emma…God bless u

    jeanila27

Hi, Emma!
I know what I’ll say is very different about the video that you have done… But, why, in English, we pronounce of eith a “”

Gustavo Menezes

Sorry…
We proununce “of” with the “v” sound, like “first of all”.

Gustavo Menezes

    Hi Gustavo,

    English can be funny sometimes. We spell words one way yet pronounce them in a different way. You are correct to note that we say “of” like ov.

    I don’t know the exact reason for this. Maybe a long time ago it was pronounced of and then slowly changed to ov.

    If you are unsure of pronunciation you can always check out http://www.dictionary.com. Type in a word, and you can hear it pronounced if you press the sound button. The website shows the different ways you can pronounce a word.

    Emma

      Hi Emma,
      Thank you very much for your small-bite, but very important, courses. Your lessons are very helpful indeed! I would like to ask you whether you can share us the following lessons;
      1) Further & father
      2) Affect & effect
      your ‘lie or lay’ lesson is superb! :)
      Thanks again!
      Nai

      Nai Nai

      hi emma,
      first of all ,i’d like to thank you for the useful lessons,you’ve such a great way of teaching.
      i think we say ov to “of” and we say of to “off”
      that’s what a teacher has taught us in high school before

      samadhi

Hi Emma,

Thanks a lot for this lesson, these are really good to know.
I have a questions regarding the grammar which have been used in this lesson. Grammar doesn’t support the lesson “https://www.engvid.com/its-its/”. The way you have written “bill’s resume ane john’s resume” means resume of Bill and resume of John however lesson “It’s & Its” is making me confused. I also used to use It’s and Its the way you used however after going through “It’s & Its” lesson I have started using it differently. Please enlighten this confusion.

Thanks,
Sunny

sunnysharma

As per your lesson bill’s and john’s are not contraction of bill is/has and john is/has however as per the “It’s & Its” lesson It’s is the contraction of It is/has.

sunnysharma

    Hi Sunny,

    The ‘s in Bill’s resume and John’s resume show that the resume belongs to Bill and John. We use ‘s here to show possession. Whose resumes are they? They are the resumes of Bill and John.

    “It’s” is the contraction of “it is” or “it has”. Here is an example of it’s: It’s snowing.

    We use “its” like we use “his” or “her”. Often we use “its” for animals. Here is an example: The dog licked its paws.

    Let me know if there is anything more specific that you are confused with.

    Emma

      Hi Emma,

      Thanks a lot, you people are great. Engvid Rocks. It’s such an amazing platform where everyone can discuss and clear his/her doubts with experts like you. And you people are very kind and courteous as you all reply to everyone who is seeking an answer. I do follow Engvid’s lessons whenever I have time.

      Thanks again for your reply.

      Regards,
      Sunny

      sunnysharma

      Forgot to say something.

      Merry Christmas to you all….:)

      sunnysharma

      You’r awesome teacher !

      Muhammed habib

      hi teacher how are you.i want to impruve my english.help me

      gabil

It is quite useful! Thank you Emma

Diana

fresh look at emailing :)
warm regads from cold Siberia (right now T= -32C, freezing ((((

inetden

    regards )))

    inetden

    I’m in Northern China right now. I too feel the cold! Best wishes!

    Emma

thanks Emma was an excellent lesson

jonathan325

thank u Emma you are my best teacher

abdullah

You look really good wiih the cloths you are wearing and the way you teach very helpful.merry crhistmas.

Cuong ta

    Thank you! You’re very kind!

    Emma

      Emma, I’m from Brazil and I’m starting to learning English, By next july I’ll go to Canada/Vancouver, Would you suggest me any tips? I’d like to tell you that I’m completely impressed with your accent. I didn’t know that I could to understand people from the others countries. Thank you, I’m so Happy!!!

      John Paiva

yeah…this is a very important lesson/video to watch, because we are dealing with emails like everyday or even more often..so thanks for teaching us Emma, i look forward to see you in another great lesson!!
Tjiao!

Didi

    “…I look forward to seeing you…” and not “….to see…” :)

    driss6791@gmail.com

Much thanks Emma. Appreciated.

Don Luckmal

Mny thankS.I would like to explaine to us how to reply.for exmple base on your request .
responed in your please inform that the jop has been complteted as the above mention.Any how your wunderful

khalid

Excellent lesson and very useful. Many thanks and looking forward to your next lesson :)

Claer25

I LIKE YOUR TEACHING,THANKS EMMA, WE NEED MORE.

nashat

:-( I’m corrected 5/10

Huyền

    Keep practicing! You got half which is good. Watch the lesson again and try again! Good luck!

    Emma

      Great! I’m corrected 9/10.thank you so much :0

      Khuê

Thank you, it’s very usefull.
At the end of an email, can I write “All my best” in professional context ?

Jean Grillon

Teacher Emma, thanks a lot! I just passed the quiz 10/10. We look forward to learning more from your team. These simple expressions will bring us to the next level of our writing skills. God bless!

enyani

    I look forward to reading your comments! Thank you everyone!

    Emma

      Hi best teacher in the world !!. please could you share a new lesson about mute consonants such as : often, know, knef, knocking, doubt, debt climb…
      BR

      driss6791@gmail.com

Hello Emma,
you are really amazing.I have one doubt could u please clarify me?…..Is there any rule for adding (ing) in the verb,if we use “look forward”.I look forward to your replay.

marryfa

    Thank you for your question.

    We often say “look forward to __________ing.” Here are some examples:

    1) I look forward to meeting you.
    2) I look forward to having lunch with you.
    3) I look forward to seeing you again.

    We can also use “look forward to” with a noun. Here are some examples:

    1) I am looking forward to Christmas.
    2) I am looking forward to David’s party.

    So, “looking forward to” should be followed by a verb in the gerund form (ing) or a noun.

    Emma

      Woowwooooo……
      Fantafabulous!
      How pleasing n profitable ur explanation is like always,dear Emma!!!
      D best. :)

      fatiima8

      You mean “look farward to…”

      Elisa

      look forward to and looking forward to – what is the difference? Or is it the same?

      tomas10

      Hi Emma,
      Thank you so much for the lesson. I’ve a confusion.
      Can I write “I look forward to Christmas.” or I should write only “I look forward to + gerund. Thank you,

      Genial

      you amazing teacher emma

      Mira Elsayed

Hi Mam Emma, thank you for the lesson you taught with regards to email..
But I wanna know what are Prefixes, Suffixes or Affixes to be use in order for us to change a certain word like from noun to adjective? or from verb to noun? thank you and God-bless.

euryjhin

such a good lesson. thanks a lot.

mohanned

Oh, you got Miss Emma with question number 8 ?
Hhhhhhh
However, Thanks for the lesson :))

Rozanna

    I put some tricky questions in there. :)

    Emma

      Hi, teacher! Great lesson! And I’ve been tricked! :D

      adnamavlis

You got me *

Rozanna

tnx miss for these phrases very useful
and for the effort made
and work you do as well.
sorry for mistakes.
regards

ahmed

Thank you so much teacher Emma!
This video made me clear my confusion whether to use (the) in front of (attached) when i am writing an email with the attachment. Thanks a million again!

Nay Zaw Lin

Thank a lot Emma. It was excellent lesson, very clear and easy to understand

Nur

Hi Emma
Could we use ‘for’ instead of ‘to’ togerher with look forward?. i.e. I look forward for your response.

Claer25

Thank you, Emma! You are a great teacher! It was a useful piece of information, because I would spend hours writing emails in English, but now I have a better understanding of how to write ’em and what expressions are better to be used. I look forward to your next lessons! Best regards!

katerynakoziar

warm wishes
Nima

Nima

thanks a lot Teacher Emma,
warm wishes <3

omar

Thanks alot emma

Nozad

You are wonderful

vilayphone99

Thank you some much

Meisam

Hello Emma, I have two questions.

1. You said that “look forward to” can be used with nouns — “I am looking forward to Christmas.” Can we change preposition “to” to “for”? — “I am looking forward for Christmas.”

2. You also said that when we use “looking forward to” with verbs, we should use -ing form of those verbs. But does it sound strange, or is it a major error when we put a base form of a verb instead? — “I look forward to meet you.” Do native speakers do it in daily speech?

morfik

    howdy,, I think that ^^look forward to^^
    is a phrasal verb so you can`t change the preposition
    becuz it will change the whole meaning .

    about your second quesation
    T/Emma said that “looking forward to “ proceeded by
    Noun or Gerund(ing) which gerund considering here as ^noun^
    so rather than saying
    I look forward to meet you .
    which this sentence seems to become awkward .
    you would say
    I look forward to meeting you
    * the gerund ^meeting^ here is noun not verb

    you can also used noun after to
    e.g. I look forward to the conference

    hisham77

    I also found this from native speaker
    he said that ,, look forward to + v

    sounds wrong to him and it sounds like the sort of mistake that
    only non-native speakers would would make
    (Native speakers make plenty of mistakes, but this is not one of them.)

    hisham77

Very usefull lesson. I loved it. Thank you all teaachers. you all teached me a lot of english this year. MERRY CHRISTMANS TO YOU ALL AND YOUR FAMILIES.

PAULO - BRAZIL

Hi, Emma.
You’ve written résumé without any accent. To resume is a verb that means a different thing. Is it normal to omit the graphical accents in words from other languages, like this?
Thanks very much, I discovered your website some months ago, and I can say it’s the best Internet page I’ve seen so far. I’ve learnt a lot with you.

ruben

hi, Emma. thank you so much for this lesson. please, I have some questions about the words under, beneath and underneath. are they interchangeable? please, I am looking forward to your help. thanks. hugs.

Daniel C Herculano

    first thing,, beneath is more`formal` than underneath .
    underneath = under- used especialy to emphasize that is something covers or hides
    e.g. I found the book underneath the sofa

    beneath = under or in lower level
    e.g He stood on the bridge , looking at the river beneath .

    hisham77

I loved this lesson!

ubiracymafra

The question number 8:
“8. Kind regards, regards, good regards, and sincerely are all common ways to end an email.”
is really tricky question, isn’t it… ALL.

alex

    I totally agree :)

    boneyard

Hi,
Thanks for the tutorial. You need to add a general comment box. I need to requested to any of the teachers here in this web site, to do a tutorial relate to how to growing word from the base form of the verb, per ejemple: 1) love,lover,lovely, 2) help, helper, helpful, helfuly. I am very coumfuse specialy whit words ending with ful and lly. Please.

Thank you very much

ramhernandez

Thank you so much for all the videos, you are doing a very good job, thanks again.
best wishes,
Houda

houda

Hi Emma,
i am look forward to learning a lot more engvid videos from u.
Regards,
RITZ

RITZ

I am bit confuse Emma, i have list some sentence below please correct me.

A)I look forward to learning a lot more engvid videos from you.
or
B)I am looking forward to learn a lot more engvid videos from you.
or
C)I am looking forward to learning a ot more engvid videos from you.

Regards ,
RITZ

RITZ

Thank you very very much .. really,, good site to learning English language
:) Best Wishes ,,

ashraf02

Thank you, Emma. Very interesting

robybz

Thanks Emma .
Very nice and clear lesson.

Amarsohal

Thank you Emma, it was my first lesson on the web site :)

Olfa

Hi Emma,
I am not accepted EngVid English lesson class yet(I haven’t heard anything from EngVid teacher yet), but I’ve been enjoying EngVid English lesson.
Today I have 9 out of 10 from your tests.
Thank you.
Have a nice evening.
Susan

Susan

Thank you Emma.

Susan

Susan

Hello Emma,
This lesson was very useful. For another lesson could you explain the difference between this and that. I do not know the rule and when I should use this or that.
Thanks a lot for your work.

jg94110

Thank you, it was a very interesting lesson

jesus

I like that explanation becouse i didn´t know those things about phrases of emails.

God bless you and your colleagues,
all of you are good teachers.

junior777

Hello Emma Thanks a lot for this information and
I have a question What the defferance between I’m looking forward to ….ing ..and I’m look forward to …..ing

Alaa

this video was useful for me becouse I didn´t know those phrases of emails.

God bless you and your colleagues,
all of you are good techers.

junior777

hello Emma, thanks for the lesson and i like the way you tech, express,…..
thanks once again keep in touch

Sandeep

hi Emma please can you help me to learn english language

many

Hi Emma,

You are really good teacher, thanks for your time!

Greetings from Lima,
José

José Rodríguez

Hi dear Emma,
There r 2 Qs by me,plzzzz…….
1.Is there any difference in meaning btw
“I look 4ward” & “I’m looking 4ward” ?!
2.I coulden’t catch the meaning of question 9?!
Lots of tx!

fatiima8

    howdy,, I think that ^^I look forward^^
    is more formal and it used in business letter
    e.g. I look forward to contacting me .
    ^^I`m looking forward to ^^
    it used during the daily live or amongst chums
    e.g I`m looking forward to watching your new lesson .
    in spite of that , either can be used in either situation
    the matter of what ? is the *look forward to or looking forward* must proceed by gerund(ing) or noun .

    hisham77

      Hi there,
      1rst thing 1rst,tx 4 helping.
      Thus,there’s no difference in meaning;ha?!

      fatiima8

Dear Emma, Thanks alot for this lesson. I like the way you teach and look forward to hearing more your lesson. Merry christmas to you all !!!

Quynh Hoang

Man, just 7/10…just keep studying hard. :)

Quynh Hoang

Hi Emma

I’m using “please find enclosed”.
Is “please find attached” more common in Canada or they have different meaning.

CC = carbon copy
Why “carbon”? Can you explain meaning of this word.
Is it the same like “learn by heart”?
heart and brain ???

“learn by rote”. This one is clear for me.

I’m looking forward to your answer :)
Regards :)

krzysztof70

    I’ve just forgotten this one.
    “I’m looking forward to” and “I look forward to”

    I’ve often seen first one.

    krzysztof70

      I’m not sure if this is correct, so if it is wrong, correct me. :)

      I would use “I’m looking forward to” in:

      “I’m looking forward to Christmas because only a few days left to it.”

      And I would use “I look forward to” in:

      “Every year I look forward to Christmas.”

      morfik

      Hi,

      the ing version is less formal, you can use it when you writing to a friend.

      Carbon paper is a thin sheet of paper. If you write on the first page, it will be visible on the other pages too. Carbon copy is the technique of using this kind of paper.

      boneyard

        *carbon copying is the technique

        boneyard

        Thank you
        Polish translation of “carbon paper” doesn’t have anything to do with carbon.

        Do you know something about “heart” in “learn by heart”?

        krzysztof70

          I’ve never heard this expression before, but I found this:

          “…It seems to be due to a mistaken analysis of anatomical functions made by the ancient Greeks.
          The ancient Greeks believed that the heart, the most noticeable internal organ, was the seat of intelligence and memory, as well as emotion. This belief was passed down through the ages and became the basis for the English expression learn by heart.
          Learn by heart was used by Chaucer in Troilus and Criseyde (1374), and must have been proverbial long before that.
          …we have the word record, formed from the Latin re (meaning “again”) and cor (meaning “heart”), which means exactly the same as to learn by heart.”

          boneyard

    I’m not Emma, but I can explain you the meaning of CC.
    A long time ago, people used to write with typewriters, not with computers. Because of that, if you wanted one or more copies of the document, you had to make photocopies, or place in the machine several papers, with a Carbon Paper between them. This is the sense of Carbon, those papers were made of coal, but the word root belongs to latin, and in latin coal is the same as carbon. (In English, coal is the mineral, and Carbon is the chemical element). I hope this expanation will be good for you.

    ruben

    howdy,, for the carbon copy word
    I found this : It has 2 meaning
    1- a copy especially of some thing that has been typed using carbon paper*
    so I guess because of this kinda carbon paper
    he used this word ^ cc ^.
    2- someone or something that is very similar to anther person or thing .

    hisham77

Thanks Emma!
I’m looking forward to new lessons from you!
Take care!

johnmckho

Dear EMMA,
i am nahid and i am really happy to join with you.Actually, i am new hear and i am very interested to learn your lesson.

i am forwarding to hearing from you.

Warm wishes,
Nahid

nahid27

    Dear Emma,
    how’s doing now. Hopefully you are well and i wish you all the best.I am happy to say,your email topics are very general to use everywhere.Thank you for your teaching.

    i look forward to your reply.

    nahid27

Dear Emma u doing a good job please carry on and teach a lot god bless u

kaleem

Thanks a lot!

Luong Vu Hieu

Thank you.
this is a song of melody that’s never been before.

becoca

Excellent lesson.
Thank you so much!

jiet94

Dear Emma,
I often visit engvid, as I find it useful.
Regarding your this topic I have some queries….
a)I think FIND ATTACHED is not a proper expression. Instead we can use ATTACHED HEREWITH. Because we don’t have to find an attachment as it’s always at the same place in a mail.
b)While signing off is it correct to use capital letters for both words e.g.,’Kind Regards’. I think second word here doesn’t require capital letter. ‘Kind regards’ should be fine.
Please correct me if I am wrong.

Kind regards,

Sai

Sai

    Sai “find” isn’t always connected with “look for”. It has also other meanings. In that case meaning of this word is similar “discover” or “notice”. You can use this word olso as “consider”. For example You can say “i found Canada interesting country “. It will mean that You think Canada is interestung, not You were a pilot and You were looking for Canada :)

    swierszczowa1

    Find attached was my fault sir .

    becoca

Thank Emma for this helpful lesson.
Warm wishes and merry Christmas.

Hector

Hello Madam,
Can we say like this
“I looking forward to meet you.”
is any mistake?

sunnysat141

Hi Emma! You are the best! I am your fan. Are you in China? Cool! Enjoy it! It’s summer here in Brazil, and it’s really hot! (:<) Thank you for the lesson, dear…

Sally S

Thank you your interesting and a little difficult lesson :-)

mehin

very clear & very useful.
Thanks.

HISHAM

Hi Emma,
thank you for the useful lesson. For me it’s very hard to write emails to my colleagues in a short and easy way.
I wish you a merry Chrismas and a happy new year.
Volker

volker

Hi Emma,
Thanks for your lesson. its so useful for me.

Venu gopal M

Hi emma, this is youssef new member, just to mention the lesson was wonderful and please when you have chance we need more lessons about the emails ,more expressions its really important nowdays ,
thank you ,

zaybakaire

Is it wrong to say: “Please find the attached file/____”?

I’ve seen people use this a lot, both native and ESL speakers.

Thx,

Nardoswiss

That was amazing
kind regards,

Hishibra

Hi my great teacher Emma ,
I am really appreciated the work you have done in every lesson. I know it took time for preparation videos, quizzes…etc. Also ,I am appreciated other teachers and Engvid ‘s team .
I have a question . Can I say “please find attached a copy of invoices ” or “copies of invoices”
I look forward to hearing the answer from you and also seeing new video. Regards -Mohanad

Mohanad

thank you very much.i would like to ask about the ward advice. some dictionaries say that it is singular others say there is no plural form from it. which one is right.

azza

it is very usefull to me i don’t know how to talk to English but now i think i will learn it

moomina

9 out of 10 I am not satisfied but you are so great teacher .
I look forward to hearing from you .

becoca

Hi Emma! As ever, thanks for your useful lessons. Happy Holidays!!

Filippo

I really like it! :)

Diego Furtado

thanks Emma was an excellent lesson

Ahmed

Thanks Miss Enma! I look foward to watching more lessons on Engvid.com.
Best regards,
Nadeem

nadeem(India)

are you stiil in chaina

yusuf

Thanks Emma for this lesson, some time I received an email end by “I am looking forward to your reply” is it correct? And why!

Look forward to your reply :)

Best wishes,
A.Salam

A.Salam

thanks! i understood more about.i have made mistake many before.

x.anh

VERY NICE! TKS!

Alex Oliveira

Hi Emma,

Thanks for the lesson. I am looking forward to listen your next lesson :)

glmrenard

very nice lesson

felipe victoria

Hey Emma!! Your classes blow my mind. I am always grateful. I wanted to take a lesson that is related to a relative clause in English grammar. It is really important and I really want you to teach that class !!
With your beauty and soothing voice, I might be an expert at a relative clause.

mhouse35

how to improve the english

fancy

Dear Teacher,

Thank you for your lesson, I also spend more then one hour to write an email…
your lesson will help me more..

Thank you.

rampek

Thank you so Emma Teacher. These are very useful expressions.
Yasar

Yasar

Thank you so much Emma Teacher. These are very useful things.
Yasar

Yasar

Dear Emma,
I’m waiting for listening you in french in your next lesson.

Berber

Thank you for this great lesson Emma ^_^
I had only one wrong, and I guess it was a tricky question which is I really don’t read it in full ( Kind regards, regards, good regards, and sincerely are all common ways to end an email.) I didn’t pay attention for (good regards) =D
By the way, as we are closer to the next year, would you mind making a lesson about any thing related to the NEW YEAR and the habits that always to be made on the Eve such like celebration around the world, the firework, the concerts, kissing after 12 Am ^_^ and more important, the common vocabulary that we need to know =)
(good regards)=P

hanikorshab

These lessons are very interesting. Thank you very much.

Ozzy

Thanks for the lesson, its very useble for me!

Anton

you are great job and i appreciate that alot

ramadan

Thanks so much Emma. That’s very useful and great lesson.
I can’t wait to listening your next lesson.
Best regards,

toiyeuvietnam1986

Great job Emma.
Best Regards :)

zielonyburak

HAPPY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR.

nahid27

I’ve always though we do not use contractions in business emails. And “warm wishes” sounds informal

Valyah

Hi Emma, i am your new student from today Christmas day. So. I would warmly to say that Happy Merry Christmas N new Year 2013.

jamidar12

Thanks for this lesson Emma.
Happy new year fot everybody

gounane

Very useful lesson. I scored 8/10.

sara

I really like the lesson.Best regards!

Welbeck

Thank you, this is very useful for my job.
Kind regards

samuel

Dear Emma,
these lessons are very useful for me and you know i am in country where need your support more, and if you don’t mind please share with me your Skyp id
Thanks indeed,

Hassani

Useful information and nicely explained by Emma.

Thanks

Nagana Goud

thank you very much emma

omar

Reverend Madam,
Thanks a lot 4 ur cordial & fruitful teaching. It seems 2 me that ‘engbd’ will play a vital role in learning English. All the best!!!

With thanks
Javed Habib

J@VED HABIB

Hi Emma! First of all, you are an excellent teacher. I’m writing to you from Medellin – Colombia.

I have a question related to truly yours, and the question is:

Can I use truly your like this: Truly yours Francisco or truly yours Andres. I mean, like signing or putting the name of the writer after truly yours. Thanks a lot

Francisco

Dear madam I have done the test and I got eight out of ten.so I believed need a more exercise and many more knowledge to improve my email phrases. Thank u v much

Moahamed Shifaan

Thank you mam for your lesson, its great to learn corrective email phrases.

Regards,

Robert

robert1972

Very useful and very clear.

Baha Benotman

thank you Emma

iliassh1

Those expressions are really useful in email writing.

mobaidul

Hi Emma,
thanks for your help to learning many useful points. can you explain what’s difference between special-especial-particular-specific,?all of them have same meaning.

Dariush

Hi Emma , I’m confused what’s the difference between these sentences or which one of them is correct ” Turn on\off the light ” or ” turn the light on\off ” ” turn out the lights ” please beautiful help , and you’re an amazing teacher thank you xx

Rey

I just watched the lesson , it’s very useful . thx a lot Emma .

libyano

your teaching is very excellent.everybody can understand your teaching and your quiz that are easier and do everyone.
thanks a lot

yoga

It’s very helpful

Praphulla Kumar

Hi Emma was Super very usful this video!!! Thanks a lot :-)

leobsas2000

You are actually a good teacher.

adilalkurdi

I really like it..thank you very much Teacher :)

mustafa

when I whach a video and i can answer the quiz

nirorn

Very useful. Thanks a lot dear Emma. I do like your lessons and I can say without any fear to get opposition, that you’re among the best english teachers. Your lessons are so simple, explanations clear and above all, the pronounciation is perfect. I wish to learn more about how to write correctly essays and business letters. Would mind my asking you some pieces of advice or some links about? Best Wishes

Providence

Wow so nice
thank you a lot

mosu11

    How can I thank you emma?

    nima

Dear Emma:
thank you so much, after learn so many lessons which you put on the website, I have maken great progress.very nice, hope I can become a native speaker :)
best wishes.

kfubo

Thank you so much for the lesson. It was useful. Keep up the good work.!

Gerardo Silva

i keep my husband in the loop. there’s nothing hided from me.
is the sentence correct.
thank you Emma

arunha310

thank you emma i like your way carry on . and happy new year :)

medali

I want to say thank you teacher!! I was in need of this information.
You’re to kind and your classes are great!!
Regards, from Brazil!

leonardocapeletti

Thank you Emma.It is very useful

Raj

Please find attached or Please find the attached
which is correct?

guna

Your lesson was excelent. Congratulations

jose111

Thanks for the lesson. I look forward to listening to more lessons from you!

Mat

Thank you Emma ^^
This lesson is really useful !!

sdg8971

i really appreciated your efforts to simplify learning English language .

may i take your facebook address?

warm wishes

ibrahim

very useful

ram123

thank you my great teacher Emma

amr

Basic stuff for an email writing and very useful

satish

YOU ARE GREAT EMMA.MANY THANKS

kki733

hi emma, thanks for your great lecture. I have one question about the fourth sentence; if you have any questions,… I thought after any, I should use the singular noun, like if you have any question,… Isn’t it right?

Nahee

hello Emma, thanks for the nice teaching I like the way you pronounce, it is very clear and obvious, in the test i scored 9 out of 10…Thanks again.

shoaib777

thanks Emma iam from morocco your leson is very nice my level in english very low iscored 7 out of 10 thanks again

mohamed

Thank you very much Emma,
You have a very good pronunciation.

Maaz

Hi Emma, I am from Brazil.I have been studing all your lessons and all of them are so helpfull to improve my English skills. Thank you very much and May God blessed all of you guys.

Albino

Thank you Emma. I look forward to watching a new lesson from you.

Maxime

hi Emma i got from you

ismail

i like ur way to explain the lesson thank uuuuuuuuu

sami45

Hi Dear Emma,
Thank you very much for this lesson is very helpful,please do not hisetate to give us more lessons,and I am looking forward to watching your video

nadine

Thank you very much. I am learning a lot from engVID.com.

Mariuxi

It’s very useful to everyone thanks really I love the helping so mucccccccccccccch and I am very helper
Garhy

7oodaa

Wow thank you very much Emma, this is very useful :)

sofiaa1993

Thank you very much , it is very useful.

hkelani

thank you

ariunbolor

Many thanks for your useful email expressions.
I took 7 out of 10. Hope to hearing from you more about!
best wishes,
Hamidullah

Hamidullah

Thank you Dear, such an amazing explanation.

rawanb

This is amazing!!! Thank you.

John Paiva

so good for this lesson, good luck please teacher.

cheut

can you make more lessons about TOEFL test? (coz I like your lessons)

john browdy

Awesome! Thanks a lot!
I look forward to using all of it! ;)

Natália

Hello!
I could not find words, of course, to express my gratitude towards all lecturers for your loving kindness. I feel so unworthy to take it from you. I pray our God will bless you all. From Chin State, now works in UAE.

Ting Lee

Hi Emma,

You’re really a great teacher.

I look forward to listening your next lesson.

Warm wishes,
Doger

Doger

what the different between my resume and to resume in the pronunciation
is it the same ?

rimo0o

I have used “I look forward to see you next week” for years in New Zealand and nobody ever told me I was wrong. Thank god I watched your lesson and can correct this mistake I have been making for years.

I have a question though if you don’t mind. Is “I look forward to see you” (and any other verb in the infinitive, not only “see”) only grammatically incorrect (ie, acceptable in spoken English) or is it just wrong at all times?

Thank you in advance Emma! :)

Tiago

thank u So much Emma!

midwa13

Hi Emma
Thank you very much for explanation
its very useful

pushpa

Thank you for your great help to improve my English

Slam IdeI

Nice lesson! All is clear! Thanks a lot!
Happy Valentine’s day ahead! :)
Regards, Olya

olya77

i am a person who always learn english from this website, all you guys product the good video, you r a great teacher , and just a questioin can i contact any teacher directly in case of I really need help concern on english

paxy

Thank you.

conconst

Dear Ronnie

I have so much confusion in tenses.what time which tense is use.

Help by easy way.

Thank you

prashant88

Great lesson.

Mary

Thank you for the efforts that been put by you and other teacher in eng vid,
Can you recommend me to onlive english teaching course .
Regards
Nasser Al-Sulaiti

nasreno

Thanks a lot Emma…. The lesson was so helpful..

Abdo

thank you very much emma. i am haveing this lesson everyday. some english lesson are difficult to understanding. i will try to evryday join this lesson to impurove my englishi.

ichi345nobu

Hi.First of all I`d want to thanks for your smiling face.I want to say just is amazing your teaching.
Big Hugs

Misha

Every time i get 10/10 my confidence boosts up
thank you

divye21591

very useful and very clearly

Hafiz

Thanks your efforts to give better understanding…, and it is very helpful to get better understanding about language.

Eranda

i am very inspersation by this class.

shashidhar

love your lesson. Very nice voice! The worst thing for me is the pronunciation of the similar words, suck as Korea, career, courier,owner\honour, bowl\bowel\ball and so on. when the pronunciations are the same, I pronunce them in different ways; when the pronunciation are different, I could not make it. Now I always hesitate to speek such words and try to avoid useing these words. Many many chinese, Korean and Japanese guys have this problem. Could you please give us a lesson on this topic. Thanks!

Fang

thanks a lot, it’s really usefull, appreciate that

Omid

Hi Emma, Email is such a common way of communicate in many field of work. In my book, your lesson is very usefull for many people. Take care and thanks again
!

JoLau

i would like to thank you for your kindness as well as carefulness, since the way you present your lessens is very efficient and outstanding furtherore the tearchers are great and well orgonized.

sou

thanks a lot from your teaching i have one question how we can to take high bound in ielts exam?

mohammadullah asrar

I really enjoy your lessons, you always go straight to the point!

Ayanda

Emma,
Thank you very much for this lesson. Could you tell me please whether there are any differences between Regards and Kind Regards. Also can I use Best Regards at the end of a letter? And if so whether there are any differences between this expression and the previous ones.

evgeniya28

We need to use the infinitive after “to” so we need to say like I look forward to hear from you right?

Jeyaseelan

Very usefull, thanks so much.

tdnduongvn

hi emma:

this quize i have a got a 5 collecut out of 10.
do you think a pass this quize.
some of this lesson is understanding but still difficult for me.
i try to understaning evey lesson by wwwengvid.com.
thanks emma.

ichi345nobu

hi Emma,
I have a question, is the article “the” is required/not before the word “attached”

sharavi79

Useful! Thanks Emma!

shahram74

you are goooood E
mma. thanks.

zaima

Great lesson , i like it ! Thank you :)

chinarubia

Everyone often use email. for me , I first know about these tips.
Thank you so much Emma!

yyt3075210hxp

for me this lesson was very difficult

ganbashir15

Very informative and useful.
Thanks Emma :)

jiahao719

Now i learnt how to write good email to my friends…Thank you Emma…..:)

rahulprasad

Good day Emma you are always convincing .
please, is there a difference between these words
bulk mail and spam?

mansour1

Hello Emma
Thanks for your teaching, i really have problem in writing section hope your lesson would useful not only for me but for all the students.

qesmatullahkhosti

I will use these phrases in my job communications.

ricmen

Great lesson,i like your style in teaching.
I look forward to hearing from you.

elmahibendali

hi emma thank you for this great lesson.please i want to ask if we start a business mail with the “i want to clarify”.???? and please i want some lessons on how to wtite an email.thank you

foula

Hello Emma
We often use ” Best Regards” in our company. Is that correct?

Ciao

kottan

That was a very good lesson and actually useful … :) THANKS

sacp4

Thank you very much , lesson is very good

Kind Regards, :):)

mahmoudmohsen

thanks, is very important now how I am write emails.

ednaz

Hello Emma, today I did a new forward step to improve emails writing skills. Thanks a lot for all your help.
I look forward to hearing from you!!

Dennys Espinoza (Vzla)

What about saying ‘I’m addressing you …”

Mizzz

Hi Emma
Thank you for your helping
I confused about
“look forward to meeting you”
how we put (ing) after (to)
why the verb not infinitive?
or meeting in this sentence is (noun)?
Thank you again

good918

    You are absolutely right but this is expression. You should put the verb in “ing” form after “to”. If you don’t put it, it will sounds awkward.

    roshavbg

Hi again
what is “Wang Ming”?

good918

It was benefit for me
Thanks

majidala

Thank you very much.

bummia

Hi Emma,
Please don’t stand in front of what you’ve written on the board while you are talking.
Best wishes.
PS: Do I need to write “wishes” with capital?

roshavbg

you are very good teacher i am looking forward to you next lesson wonderful i am intersted in your lesson i wish that i can learn more from your lesson regards teather

bill-LSM

I am addicted to your lessons Emma ;)

Akamai

Thanks Emma! Very useful!

yesenia

I look forward to watching videos from u

vienthinh15

Thanks so much teacher I learned many things

fco10

THANX A LOT TO YOUR EXPLANATION SLOWLY .

rajaa abdelrazik@facebook.com

Very usefull. Thanks for all.

ovlas

Thank you very much!

talehsadigov

Thank you very much! I didn’t know abot “cc” before. I will use it while writing informal letter.

Nurdaulet

:( I have a bad phone, tonight i can not see the video as well as i was thought…

pancho

Hi guys would to pratice your english with me …ok …lets do it fun..i m pancho mtz just find it on facebook..it s gonna be cool to met new people around of the world….

pancho

Sorry i forgive something…to write it well… “would you like” this is for second comment

pancho

I dont know if you can see these lines since there’s been so many comments but anyway, i still want to say thank you. Thank you a lot for all useful lessons. God bless you!

chocolate2704

Thank you.

Sukontarat

Hi Emma
Thank you very much I understand this lesson
I Look forward to watching much video for you
I Want To ask you that I am face a problem in English, My mother language is Arabic, and this is a very problem and difficult in English What I should do? Thank you a lot. :)

Sana Nada

Thank you so much teacher Emma..
it’s really usefull lesson
I like it!

Romali

Thanks Mam I got 70%.

Abdul Qayum

Thank you for your help

I look forward to watching next lesson.

Richard

Thanks, we need more lessons for business speaking. It’s great to have engvid.com

kumarikaren

Thank you very much for your help,love from Turkey.With my kindest regards.

storm64

The lesson was very usfull for writing a formal letter.
Thanks Emma

KAM

Dear Emma:
As your one of the best student.I am so sorry to tell you that I have some English question want to ask. Please find atteched file on the email. Please do not wait to reply me.
Your Engvid Student
Sincerely,Best regard and Warm wish.

water meter check please

that’s good.

Ben-g

Dear Emma,
First of all I would like to thank you about this lesson which corrected some of my mistake which I used to type them in my business and work emails before. thanks again and kind regards,

aaburadi

and I got 10 correct out of 10

aaburadi

emma’s perfect but subtitles re very very bad

unal ozkaya

I like your way !

Muhammed habib

I look forward to learning more from you.

mehdi.toloo

Hi Emma,
Pls explain the difference between looking forward to hear and look forward to hearing from u.
thanks

msqureshi

Excuse me Teacher, can i ask a question? I watched many video of Teacher Ronnie. And she had a lesson explained why grammar never plus “to be” before gerund. Therefore, I got a mess in this lesson. EX: I look forward to hearing from you. This sentence was formed by “to be” + “gerund”. Thank!
Sincerely,
Kingsley.

arielk

Thank you for this lesson, it was very useful to my next e-mails!

igarpi

Thanks a lot my respectable teacher.
it was really helpful vedio.

I really appreciat your restarment.

salem farhmand

restatment

salem farhmand

I were excited and thanks Miss for your effort i really like u very much

Raneem85

Thanks..Emma. I got 80%.

Joshisadanandan

very useful!

anitiru

This lesson was great! Thank you Emma…..

Alexandra22655

Thank you!

Iamhere.

Very useful, thanks very much Emma!

shintaro

Nice lesson .. thank you emma :)
I’m looking forward to watching your new lessons

aboood1994

I got 10 correct out of 10 :) thank you so much.
Very useful video.

mahmoudkaf88

Hi Emma,
first, I’d like to thank you for your efforts…
it is the first day to me at this usefull and wonderfull site.
i’d like to ask if we should use ”don’t hesitate” or “do not hesitate” as per your 5 tips to improve your writing lesson
thanks very much :)

ahafiez

Thank you Madam,.,. Still more Email Expression i am Expecting from you.

navalarun

Hi Emma! Thanks for your tips. In terms of register, would you say that I look forward to meeting you is formal and I look forward to meet you Informal?

Lulli

Thank you so much

mameawsri

Thank you Emma. This lesson was very useful because I’ll stop stressing out each time that I have to write an email.

Frantou

I’ve got it now

Frantou

Thank you Emma

Hovo

warm wishes emma

mozo

Thank you Emma

Brkb

hello ,Emma , your teaching technique is worked for me ,it’s more better than other teaches as well in this entire website,i really like your smile ,it makes you prettier :-)

lucas

hello emma, it’s useful phrase for writing email. i really like this web n the theacers

ihsan78

Thank you Emma.

malnaeb

wonderfull

fthnyc

Very useful topic. thanks!

aamador

Great lesson. thanks a lot for this

TEKRAJ

Hi Emma,
In my opinion before watching this video, we can’t put verb+ing after ‘to’. If we wanna use verb+ing, then we use ‘for’ instead of ‘to’. Could you tell me further about it? Thank you very much

wjunaedi

Dear Emma,Great lesson
I really enjoyed it,I didn’t know that.
:)

Lm2006

dear Emma ,
it is a exiting useful lessons thank you.

ahmed samy 20

Thank you so much Emma! :)
These are really helpful information!

Jamieh

Thanks :-)

xFabian

dear Emma,thanks for your wonderful lesson.
I’ve seen a gramma using in “any”, the example is She is prettier than any other student in the class, and it said that any should been use with sigular noun.
But the sample you gave is if you have any question”s”, would it be possible that any can be added with sigular and “s”?

Alinayang

7/10 is it bad?
emma,thanks for your lecture

01682824720salahin

Thank You so much Dear
God Bless You

Abhi

7/10 .. Thanks!

gigouveia

hi,
I look forward to more email expression!
thanks

Ramin M

I got 8/10.

Thank you for good and very clear expression. More so, i would like you to teach on e-mail Salutation (formal and informal), and closing email (formal and informal) even in same video still repeat email attachment thought on this one. I think if done in same single video would make it a better materials. Once again, thank you

Emmaneul

Thank you Emma.

Ahmed Dahy

Great lesson.

johnmomoh

thanks emma

hussien fahmy

Very very useful. Thank you.

Abhi

Thanks a lot

ahmedaziz17

Thank you so much i love your classroom

pinpin

Thank u sooooooooooo much Emma , we appropriate ur amazing effort

Ahmed181287

thank you my teacher fot this useful lesson

marwan2yemen

You are excellent. Just added comments here to encourage you.
Fighting

Aurora1203

Thank you very much!

Vivimi

you are my best teacher in this site and this video is really useful

zahraa aljanabi

Thanklyou ..very good leeson

mustafa assad

I learned that I could use the following expressions when I am in expectation of an answer: “Looking forward to hering from you” (INFORMAL E-MAIL) and “I look forward to hering (to hear) from you” (FORMAL E- MAIL).
Is it correct what I learned?

jeancustodio

Dear Emma,

I liked it.

Kind Regards,
Inessa

IKrasn

Thank you Emma.

zhongting

Thank you. I can write emails quickly now. There are typical email sentences, I have to remember these sentences. I will keep learning how to write a email!

akamusya

Thanks dear Emma!! could I asked you for onther lesson?

Jadir4

Thank you very much teacher Emma for this intersting lesson.

wadjaney

thanks emma , i have really learnt alot from you
i look forward to hearing much more from you

drshams

thank you so much emma,

Redouane kaci

Dear Emma,

First, many thanks for your clear lessons.

What are the grammar rules if you want to conjugate an abbreviation, for instance CC, in a sentence. I mean the abbreviation has been promoted to a verb.

Thanh you in advance.

Regards,
Tiny Vissers

tinyvissers

thank you emma it was so useful

hawre ismail

thank you Emma

oussama.mekri

Hi emma can i say? I am looking forward to hear from you.is this sentence correct thank you

Mounir4

Thank you very much. One of the dest things to attract the students is choosing nice & uesful tips . What you do teacher !

Soei

    sorry : best

    Soei

Thanks a lot, one more expression which I think is formally used in emails:

Your reply is highly appreciate it.
Your response in this matter is appreciate it.

meldeib

    “Appreciate it” should be “appreciated”.

    engVid Moderator

      Thanks a lot for correction

      meldeib

Thank you for your sharing

EdaOrhan88

This’s my first comment in envied :) my favourite teacher is Emma. She is very nıce and polıte. I enjoy her each lessons. Thank you Emma ! ıt was very useful :)

Burakkk

Hello Everybody,why i can’t open the video? can anyone can help me?thanks in advance.

Annie Zhu

    Are you in China? I think you can’t open the video because of YouTube, you know what I mean.

    Jun Shao

your Explanations are very clear you are really an efficient teacher
thanks

badi255

We learned a lot in your course
thanks

badi255

Your video helps me so much. I need write email almost everyday. However I did not learn about it . I look forwarding to seeing more video. Thank you

lily888

Hi Emma,

I am wondering which of the below sentences is correct:

Please find ( see ) attached an order acknowledgement for your purchase order dated…

or

Please find ( see ) attached order acknowledgement for your purchase order dated …..

I saw that people use both, but which is correct?

Thank you

Bitis

i dont understand Emma. in this vedio you said that regards, cincerely and …..words can end an email with them but in the quiz get No .explain me please.

lemzaouda

    regards, kind regards & sincerely are using when you want to sign off your email. to end up your email, you will write I look forward to hearing from you.

    Egyptian Pharaoh

i’m very satisfied to lean english on this web site,is like a true class. i like it, because is very exitating to continu. thanks for all

dmikunga

Hello Emma,
I am forwording thank you to you .I look forward to hearing from you.

Worm wishes,

Rk

Author Rakesh

Thank you Emma

Safa Mahmoud

The explanation is great

mamodmohamed

Thank Emma

Jacques42

Yeah! It was a great lesson! Thank you Emma!

Braziliansniper

it was very useful, thanks and regards!

George76

Thank you for your video. I think it is useful.

Jun Shao

You got 9 correct out of 10.Thank you

M kartal

Thank you for this wonderful video. I’ve learned a lot. Looking forward for more of your lessons.

God bless,

Krishna13

I got only 5/10

tatuan

hi Emma thanks for this great lecture and this time i got 80

Prashant2000

Thanks!

shihai182

Hi Emma I am looking forward to learn from you replying email ettiquette with vendors and I am working as a professional in Cisco. Can you please correct me.

pranav.kumar

amazing teacher

Mira Elsayed

Dear Emma,
I would like to know whether you offer mock speaking test for IELTS through Skype? If so, I’m highly interested in taking a speaking mock test with you.

I look forward to hearing from you. :)

A1358

hello ,
please help why this is not correct :
8. Kind regards, regards, good regards, and sincerely are all common ways to end an email.
yes
no
“Good regards” sounds strange and is not used to end an email.

Tadrart

dear emma/thank you

atif ragab

Thanks for your support for improving my language skills.

Benajmin Eizadi

Thanks mam please tell me what the mean of mobilization data

Waheed Khan

Thansk Emma, this lessson was very useful!

edi wilson

    Thanks!!!

    edi wilson

thanks a lot, it is very useful

SaiedMohamed

thanks, Emma

trai

Dear Emma
This is a good lesson with very useful advice.
Cheers

Benvenuto

70/100
thanks from algeria

snipersaida

Nice class thank you !

Anderson37

Nice class thank you !

Anderson37

It’s helped a lot mam and very useful lesson.

Prasunan

6/10! I have some problems with email writing. Go over this lesson and finish the quiz again!

Jerry Gu

Thanks a lot Ms. Emma.

Alex-1956

That was great. Tks.

M.Karbalaei
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