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Hi,

I don’t understand the explanation about the milk word. Can you explain of other form? Grateful.

PS: i recommend this site for all my friends, to learn english at home.

Joao Lopes

    Hi Joao,

    To milk a cow means to squeeze its udders (milk bag, sort of) and get the milk out of it. To milk someone or something means to squeeze all the benefit from him/her/it. For example, if you hurt yourself and everyone is being nice to you, you might milk the sympathy for all its worth, which means you like being treated extra nice and want it to last as long as possible, so you might even pretend to be hurt after you are ok so people will continue to treat you extra nice.

    Does that help?

    Profile photo of Adam Adam

      hello:
      i don’t get the exact meaning of watered down. can you explain further?

      lenz

        TO WATER SOMETHING DOWN MEANS TO REDUCE TO QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF SOMETHING. EXAMPLE: BEING SHORT OF TIME, THE PROFFERSOR WATERED DOWN HIS SPEECH. THIS MEANS THAT THE QUANTITY (HERE LENGTH)OF THE SPEECH WAS REDUCED.

        HOPE YOU UNDERSTOOD IT :)

        Profile photo of Utkarsh Utkarsh

        Yeah, you’re right Adam, but to some extent. But I think there are some rules in English that should not be broken or bent -even in spoken English- like for instance in the following example:

        “How am I supposed to know other words/more words without Adam here to explain them?” ( a sentence taken from the video).

        It is understandable, but not correct. You EXPLAIN something TO someone. You do not EXPLAIN someone SOMETHING.

        Great lesson Mr. Benn.

        All my best.

        Profile photo of Regino Regino

      You are grate Adam. I like your teaching program.

      Phyo

        Hey, Phyo, I found a typo by chance. GREAT instead of GRATE.

        Profile photo of jlg234bob jlg234bob

      in other words to exploit others for your own sake

      Profile photo of honestheart honestheart

      THNKS WAS CLEARLY¡¡¡¡

      MARIA JOSE

      you might even pretend to be hurt hurt. in this type of sentence how to use ‘to be’as you used. please tell me more and about these type of sentences.

      Profile photo of hs786 hs786

      – Wear v. Make more weak
      – Tear v. to rip
      – Meet n. Event || v. meet expectations (requirements), meet deadline
      – Mean n. Average || a. Evil
      – Make n. brand/trademark
      – Milk v. squeeze milk from a cow || v. squeeze money from a rich friend
      – Water down v. make it less intense (weaker)

      Profile photo of kido kido

        Nice summary!

        Profile photo of DoriaMa DoriaMa

    Very useful things contains this lesson. Thanks a lot for that. I hope you will add something new soon =D

    Profile photo of izka1985r izka1985r

Thanks! I got it now.

Venkat

Thank you Adam, wow is this lesson really for the beginners..!!! that means I need a lot to go to the advanced level.

Dany

oh iam first hehe. thank you for your very useful lesson. i didnt khow all these meanings of all those words. if i have a grammer mistake in my writing iam sorry.

orabella

Hello, We are really appreciative for what you are
doing here.
as you know nowadays most people apply for studying
abroad. so, I would like to ask you talk about
university vocabulary.
The things that a student needs to know about Foreign
universities from applying to studying there.

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Very interesting lesson, thanks Adam!

Profile photo of lluispinyol lluispinyol

Hi Adam,
i learned a lot and i think you watered down the lesson very well.
thanks man

i. man

Interesting lesson. Using of same words in unusual meanings make us similar to native speakers. Thanks Adam.

Elisa

Good lesson Adam, thank you

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I just knew that milk can be used in different meaning. But the rest of the words I didn`t know.
So thank you … good lesson.

Fabricio

you are great teachers in a great site. thank you very much Adam and other teachers.

HoneyMody

Thank you Adam! Your lesson gave me surprising?

Han Nguyen

Thanks Adam, but could you give me more examples of water and down, because i didnt understand very well the meaning

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    Hi Karem,

    If you have some very bad news to give someone, and you are worried about how they will react, you might want to water down the news so that it will be easier for them to hear it. For example, if you were fired from your job and you had to tell your family, you might water it down by talking about the job interview you have next week, that way the news is not as bad.
    Is that example useful?

    Profile photo of Adam Adam

      Yes, it is. Thanks Adam

      Profile photo of karem95 karem95

      Mr Adam ,actually I ‘d like to show my admiration to your perfect way to simplify these meanings so clearly like that . My sincer gratitude for you

      Profile photo of honestheart honestheart

good lesson thanks

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Thank you for good lecture :D I’ll milk knowledge from here :)

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a great lesson from a great teacher. I want to milk you teacher Adam and hole site:). you water down the lesson for me.

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    Thank you honeymody, but please be careful; you always want to milk someone FOR SOMETHING. Otherwise it might lose its meaning a little.
    :)

    Profile photo of Adam Adam

I appreciate your help. First time , I am posting here. On the website, I couln’t find the option to post the questions. I am confuse about when to use expression,’matter of fact’. And ‘mine as well’. Can you help me ?
Thank you

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    Matter-of-fact, as an adjective, means commonplace or straightforward or unimaginative. You might read a matter-of-fact news story that gives you plain details about something. Or when a public official announces some new law in a boring voice, they are speaking in a matter-of-fact way.

    The expression “As a matter of fact…” is used the same as “actually”. “Don’t you work at that store?” “Yes. As a matter of fact, I just got promoted to manager.”

    Profile photo of engVid Moderator engVid Moderator

Why don’t have any examples sentences?

james B

    Hi James,

    There are some examples in the quiz. Have a look there.

    Profile photo of Adam Adam

was a good lesson, thanks adam

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Very good class . I couldn’t imagine this meanings!!!

aurea

also I have same problem with (afef)

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this is a really good lesson.I love it!

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I like this lesson Adam.
Good work Sir.

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Thanks!

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hey Adam!! you are very handsome !! and a good teacher as well i did like your way of teaching

Diana

Hi, Adam, you have done your job excellent. I really appreciate your way of teaching. It really helps me a lot. Thank you. Take care.

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There’s a typo, I think make = maker.

yay

    Hi yay,

    Actually, that is the point of this lesson: MAKE is the correct word. Instead of maker you would say manufacturer, but when talking about the product itself, we use make (and model). That’s why people get confused.

    Profile photo of Adam Adam

      Good lesson , thank you Adam

      Profile photo of adegis adegis

new useful lesson to me.thanks adam.

nashat anwar

1rst,Dear Adam,
Hi & thx a lot.
But r u sure that this is 4 beginners?!
2 tell u the truth,I don’t think so!!
I’m not a beginner but in fact n in my book that wasn’t O.K. 4 beginners!Such a quiz n its results makes them disappointed!!
6/10 was mine but No Way!!!!(I can’t believe)
Speaking of quizzes,I go nuts about(them)!!!
Thxxxxxxxx in advanceeeeeeeeeee,
Regards!
:)

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    Hi fatima.may i get to know u.i mean being friends

    sarahandrew

      Hi,
      Let me know where r u from?!

      Profile photo of fatiima fatiima

nice lesson adam . thanks..its very help ful

dinesh

Great ! thank you Adam :)

Cat1

Dear Adam, your class is very clear!
Thank you!

Rodrigo

Hi
All of teachers are good but you are the best.
Thank you Adam

masoud

Adam, thank you so much!!!

Juan Antonio

very nice and interesting lessons…….

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It’s really a very useful lesson and I learn a lot from it. Thank you very much.

AM2

Thank you very much Adam.

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I wasn’t able to open the quiz!!!! Is this a problem of my computer or a engvid problem…this situation happened twice…yesterday and today. Never happened before…take care

Profile photo of adurao adurao

    Please try again. The quiz was not working in Internet Explorer 9 for a little while, but it should now be fixed!

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thank you!

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hai Adam, how are You? Soory Are you new teacher in Engvid.com? Thank you, kindly

Jon waldinson Pereddy Damanik

Thanks Adam, this data is very important, because usually we learn only one meaning and then we find it difficult to understand when others say something in a different context. Thanks again for this information.

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    The first paisano I’ve ever seen at engvid.com!

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To all teachers of engvid thank you and congrats for excellent job , I hope you will never get tired because you are doing a good to others by helping us to developed our skills, and maybe you are going to correct my grammar because i’m not really sure in my grammar but maybe soon I can say to my self that “Wow! sanny you really improve yourself ” :)
Ps. thaks a lot guys.

Sanny

    Thanks! Sounds like you’re doing a pretty good job.

    Profile photo of engVid Moderator engVid Moderator

Adam, i discover you yesterday on this exellent web site.Like the others teachers you do a realy good job.Continue by this way.because it is on of the best way to help many people around the wold. Thank’s

piroo

i could not understand what the forth question mean

Hasoos

    Hi Hassos,

    When we talk about cars we talk about make and model. For example, Honda Civic– Honda is the make (manufacturer) and Civic is the model. In q4, the make is Lamborghini, which is a very expensive car so very expensive to provide insurance for.

    Does that help?

    Profile photo of Adam Adam

thanks Teacher Adam !!

odir

hi Adam
your lesson very interesting
can you make an other similar.
thanks

moez

I got 10 out of 10!! If i don’t listen this class, maybe I will only get 1score~

cynthia

Jajaja 9 out to 10!
Actually I’ve only failed in your quizzes. But that’s cool, cause I found the other ones too easy for me and I’m not an advance student.
Finally a real Challenge :D

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great lesson adam, i’d like to hear some more words that can be use in diferent ways.

valen2012

thx a lot Adam . I try to learn english from u !

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hello Adam that lesson is great and very uesful thanks for that .

maira

Olympics is a massive meet. Bizarre. It sounds like “Olympics is a massive meat” =D

Ars Docere

hello Adam that lesson is great and very uesful thanks for that

Jona Berati

thanks for your good teaching

hany kheir

A very good lesson. I think that´s no only for beginners¡¡¡ Thanks¡

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I had the same problem with word “train”. I thought it is a noun and it means a thing on a rails that carries passengers and cargo. And I was very surprised when i know that this word was in use in 14 century.

Etimology dictionary will help a lot.

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    Hi dimaz,

    That’s a great point, but I think most people don’t go that far. Good for you, though, that you do. Keep it up.

    Profile photo of Adam Adam

thanx a lot very interresting lesson :)

bochra lar

Hello,
I really appreciate your lesson.
Thanks Adam

Luis

thanks for this lesson , it was very helpful

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Hi Adam!
I`m a brazilian taxi driver, from de city of São Paulo and a friend of mine, she´s an English, German, Italyan, Spanish and French teacher ( authorized technical traducer ) recomended me your link. I felt that fucking great, because while you was explaining the tricks I could understand each word like it would be portuguese.Tha´s because you speak a “very polite English”. I learned that in the English School in wich I studied ( Cell Lep ). Unfortunately, not all of the foreigner people that come to Brazil think that way. They think that you have to comprehend them the way they speak, fast, full of slangs and tricks. That´s why I´ll be in my vacations during the Brasil´s 2.014 world cup. But I wil continue watching your lessons on the net. Tehy are great! Congratulations!
Your brazilian friend Beto.

Beto

Sorry about my English. I know I made too much mistakes like “de” where it should be “the”.

Beto

thanks for the 6 words..

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Hi there! You rock Adam. I’d like to thank you for yours 2 lessons so far, and I want to you to know I’m looking forward to watch more and more lessons from you. Thank you very much. See you on the lessons coming up, soon, I hope.

Regards

Leandro from Brazil.

Profile photo of leandroaraujo leandroaraujo

Hello, Adam, Thanks for thos very interesting lesson. I have one question. At the begining of the lesson you said :…..you are not understanding. Why did you use present continuous.. Isn’t understand a state verb or is it an exception? Thanks for your reply

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    Hi danip,

    Good ear–you make an excellent point, and in fact you are correct. Understand is a state verb and can’t be used in a continuous form. But, to tell you the truth, spoken English is a language whose grammar rules can be bent, even broken sometimes, without losing meaning. The reason I used understanding is to make the context of the situation more immediate (ie. you are (actively) trying to understand something but are unable to at the time). Is it correct? Not really. I would never write it that way. But, again, spoken English can get away with a lot.
    I hope that explanation helps.

    Profile photo of Adam Adam

      Yeah, you’re right Adam. But I think there are some rules that should not be broken or bent like for instance:

      How am I supposed to know other words/more words without Adam here to explain them? ( a sentence taken from the video).

      It is understandable, but not correct. You EXPLAIN something TO some one.

      Great lesson Mr. Benn

      Profile photo of Regino Regino

Thanks!!! it is a good lesson and a wonderfull site

Arandil

Excelent.

thank you Adam

Profile photo of bfiguereo bfiguereo

Welcome Adam! Very nice lesson! When will be the next one?!

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    Hi there,
    Where were u dear milly!!!!!!!!!!
    Soooo long,no c!!!!!Missed u!
    Hope all’s well with u,
    Have a good 1,
    Abientot,,:)
    Kind regards,,,
    fatiima!

    Profile photo of fatiima fatiima

      Hi Fatiima,
      thank you so much for message! Sorry to answer you only now, but I don’t know why the email with the notification of your comment ended in my spam file! I’ve just found it now! Everything is ok for me, I hope that’s the same for you too!! See you!

      Profile photo of milly milly

        may i get to know y milly?ur email if its possible

        sarahandrew

very useful lesson …more words please…..

ina

Thank you Adam .

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Hi Adam, your lesson is very interest.
:: Thanks ::

Italo

10/10 ,, great lesson thank you Mr.Adam •^_^•

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Hello Adam,your lesson is very interesting have more of this lesson
your Good boy

david

Thank, its open,how much water I’m.

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Thank you very much, very helpful lesson

Sienna

you should be continue, Adam.

mahoon

Another well anderstandable lesson from Adam.
thank you very much!!!

Ronnie Amaury

Another well understandable lesson from Adam.
thank you very much!!!

Ronnie Amaury

Thank you so much Adam for this lesson. I learned a lot. I got a mean score of 9 out 10 from the quiz. More lesson, more vid, and more power to Engvid.com.

Jonathan

HI everyone,

Thanks again for the great feedback. i really appreciate it.

I just want to explain why this lesson is labeled ‘beginner’– words like make, meet, water, etc., are among the first words students of English learn. The problem is that they learn the traditional meanings and become comfortable with them and don’t pay attention to secondary meanings, which are just as important. The most important point I want you to take away from this lesson is that you need to use your dictionaries all the time, even for simple words; you need to milk them for all they’re worth ;)

see you all again soon

Profile photo of Adam Adam

Thanks to you sir ..you just water the lesson down …you are great teacher ..please post more and more lessons

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thanx alot sir, vry useful lesson

kainaat shah

sir u water the lesson down, vry useful. i used water down. hope my sentence ll b right?

kainaat shah

Good Lesson! Thank you Adam :)

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I like your lesson. It’s interesting. I’m really looking forward more. Will you meet my expectation? :D

anna stone

Thanks Adam!! your lessons are very useful! milk is like ordeñar a alguien in Spanish hehehe ;)

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Great Adam you water it down for us.Thank you.

hassan

Thanks a lot.You are a great teacher, because your explanation is easy to understand, and important.

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I’ve milked all of this. :)

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thank you teacher you are lion in teaching english

libya

please teacher provide us more and more from your excllent knowledg

libya

Hi Adam, it was very interesting lesson, all the teachers here are wonderful,all these lessons are great ,Adam could you make several lessons about subordinate sentences and about prepositions, they are very confusing sometimes, thanks again for this important lesson.

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very clear and wtered down…thanks teacher

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great lesson thanks

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thanks

Thamiz

Thanx Adam :) it was an interesting lesson .

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you’re great to water down difficulties ;)

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thanks for the interesting lesson

shehata

very helpful
thanks adam

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really helpful . guys do you want spoken practice ?

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Hi Adam!
You’re new here, I guess. I really like your teaching style, very friendly. We are waiting for more english lessons.
I’ll milk you for as many english lessons as possible.
Is that a good example using MILK?
Thanks!

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Thank you.

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thanks you teacher!
that’s really helpful! ^^

Tiger

thxxxxxxx adam

yoshi

sorry!
i thank you are the best and you give good give us good lesson after that i want to Apologize you what some writers wrote or submitted this page.

kaka

Hello Adam ,I have a question , does ‘watered down versions of real novels’ means the shorter versions of real novels? right?
thank you ,Adam.

bryan5

thanks you teacher
I’m so pumped about the lesson

Tiger

This is an important lesson .Thanks :)

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    Assalamu aleykum
    From Azerbaijan

    Abu Yahya

Its really helpful, I didn’t aware the other meaning of the above six words

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Thanks teacher Adam for this useful lesson. All you teachers are excellent. I love all the videos you have in this website, because you make us understand things that we really should know when we are talking to native speakers. Again, thanks a lot :-)

Jendry

Awesome lesson, thanks.

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thanks a lot Adam! 7/10 not bad.. but its a little difficult to use these words specialy water and milk ..

lulu

Thanks alot Adam

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Brilliant lesson, Thanks Adam

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Thank you very much for your lesson

Tansur

Thanks Adam for the important lesson.

Pepito

Thanks for your lesson Adam! Your simply way of teaching is very interesting. I got 9/10 marks. So,I think you watered it well and I milked the lesson. :) (Is that correct I wrote?) Hope you will add more lessons in future. Thanks once again!

dilan

Thanks for the lesson

Riverluck

Wow. . . jst got 9 of 10 i just milked up adam ;) btw tnx for tht

xaby

dear sir, i just want to clarify that the word ‘mean” itself is an adjective but also act as a noun..in the quiz
The mean score of the people taking this quiz is 8.

Here, mean is used as:
an adverb
a noun
a verb
an adjective
i mark as a noun just learn from your lesson but its adjective.How sir?

salah

thanks for the lesson ..

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this lesson is very interesting. thanks Adam!!!

libra1410

Thanks Adam, great stuff here, as a new member, I’m very excited and wantting to keep on milking Engvid.com, great site, I really aprecciate it, keep on the good stuff !!!

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thanx you sir …. great lessons ^_^

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Very useful information!

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great lesson thank you adam

feelingheart

thank you adam

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thank you sir , I take 7 of 10 ..

ziad

Hi Adam, thanks for your lesson!

If I say for example : “My mother try to milk me for my advices”

Do my sentence seems good? thanks for your reply :)

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Thank you, Adam. My mean is 10 of 10. Good lesson.

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nice job

iskenny

thank you in the first but i dont understand wear as a noun

mohamed yusuf

You have made it as clear as crystal teacher Adam!Keep it up.

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thanks

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That’s pity, I don’t understand. 5 of 10. I can’t

Kevin

thank you Adam I hope to milk every lesson in this site
have a good night

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thanks, Adam! It’s very interesting lesson!

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Thank you Adam!

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Hello, I think the answer for question number 2 is wrong because ‘the mean score’ means the average of score right? so it is a noun. Why the correct answer is an adjective?

And also the answer of number 6. You said that water down is to make it less intense so I think the correct answer would be lowering the price. Why the correct is ‘adding water to the alcohol to get more shots from each bottle’?

Vita

    Hi Vita,

    Here it is used to describe the score, so acting as adjective. If used by itself, it would be a noun.
    Check this out:
    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/mean

    As for the watered down drinks, they charge the same price but serve weaker alcohol because there is water in it.

    Does that help?

    Profile photo of Adam Adam

Thank you, it was interesting.

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Yeeees and we can “meet a deadline” too.. :)

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Thanks a lot.

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hi Adam is possible to do a lesson with the diferents meanings of the word get? thanks, your lesson are very clear thanks again

Pablo

Thank you Adam

Hashim

very good,
Thank you

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thank you Adam

peter franco

Hi, I improved a mean score of the quiz a little bit… I got 100 percent.
Good lesson sir.

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    nice

    sarahandrew

    :)

    sarahandrew

thank you adam

syed muhammad mohsin

thank you very much ?

matiullah

thanks !!!

Abu Yahya

thank you !!!

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Hi Adam

mean at quiz number 2 is a noun.Is not it?

But the answer is adjective.I think it is wrong.
thank you

Nazi

    wow realy good

    somone

wow very confuse lesson ㅜ.ㅜ ha!~ha!~ but your lesson is great!! thank you for teaching me ^^

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Adam, thank you very much! Your lessons are always very interesting and understandable. Make it more)

Anna

hi adam ..u surelt watered this lesson down for me.. thanx for this useful lesson.i”ll milk your all lesson.

priya

Mr. Adam, Thank you very much for such an important lesson. I got 10 out of 10. Best wishes.

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I like the way you teach .Now English is easy for me…thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaank you

Dina

thanks a lot!!!!!!1

arsh

thank you so much… I live in COLOMBIA (South America) and I’m really happy to have you and Rebecca to help me improving my english, I know it’s not perfect, but you’re really helping me, thanks Teacher Adam :D

ALEJANDRO YOPAL

Hi MR.Adam sir,Am Balaji. I live in India(Tamilnadu)and i’m really happy to listen that lesson. I hope to help me to improve my English speaking. kindly teach me more…..thank you sir.

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I got 10 correct out of 10, I can’t believe it!

Good teacher, good student.

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    u r realy smart i got 1 out of 10

    somone

Thank you Adam

Amir

Would you help me with the IELTS reading I just don’t know why but I find it difficult I don’t think it’s the English because I have been studying English all my life and i know iam as. good as a native.I think ielts is a skill where we need a tactic to tackle the reading it’s not really a test to know people’s level of English.
is there a way you could help me overcome this problem.

Fatima

Thank you very much teacher, greetings.

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thx adam that was a smart speech

somone

Hi … It’s a very interesting and rare words lesson we didn’t notice that … thanks a lot.

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thanks. it is really surpried me.

Lê Tú

Very cognitive, some of the new meanings were really unknown for me. Thank you.

ladyremarque

thank you for this great lesson! I thought i knew everything about these words but I leanrt today new meanings ! thanks a lot!!

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Thank you, Adam! It is really useful!

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hi, adam sir i like your teaching i like speak with you in skype give your id please

aathavan

thank your teaching.
It’s very helpful. I hope that i can improve my English :)

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very very useful lesson, I learned a lot, thank you so much

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Good Job Adam
Greeting from Saskatchewan :-)

Here a latin guy here, always learning something new for sure …

GEORGYPORGY

Hi, Adam. I’m a Brazilian guy who speaks English fluently due to years and years of studying. You cut to the chase and make your explanation very clear and easy to understand. Very good. Keep up the good work. You’ve got what it takes to be a great teacher and really meet our expectations.

Luciano

oh my Guss im going mad! Very confusing language!!!

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You’re really an amazing teacher .. but it’s strange that you don’t have other than 10 lessons only. You’re really great, you and Ronnie, you should take all the spaces of lessons :)

Waleed

HAPPY NEW YEAR !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ruslan

very intersting i wanna milk eng vid

ali

thanks for you lesson adam!

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i don’t understand you explanation about milk and water. can you give me other information please or explain of other form?
thanks

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Thanks !! i understood very well !! Now i can use those words !!! Thank you so much Adam.

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Hello!
Is there any difference between WEAR, WEAR OUT and WEAR DOWN?

Thanks.

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    Hi victoria230593,
    “wear” has very extended dictionary entries. For example the verb “wear” means “to have something on your body as clothing or decoration” (e.g. to wear a T-shirt; to wear glasses), “to have a particular appearance or expression” (e.g. to wear puzzled frowns) or “to become weaker or thinner because of intense usage” (e.g. His shoes are wearing at the heel).
    “To wear out” and “to wear down” are phrasal verbs, that means the verb and the following preposition belong together. In this case “to wear out” means “to make someone feel very tired” (e.g. to be worn out by working hard) or “to use something a lot that it can no longer be used” (e.g. the tyres had worn out). “To wear down” means “to make someone gradually lose their energy or confidence” (e.g. to wear down an opponent) or “to make something gradually disappear or become thinner by using it a lot” (e.g. the old stone steps have been worn down by years of use). Check various online dictionaries as well! Hope it helps…

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      Thank you very much.

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thanks sir,it’s really helpful.

Manish Tiwari

A really interesting lesson…!

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    i’m an english student and if u’d like to learn english we can practice together

    sarahandrew

You are amazing.

Murthy

Hi,
I milk a lot of things from your lesson! These words look so familiar to me and I know the meanings of these by dictionary but I didn’t really know how to use them until watching this lesson. Thanks!

Nguyen

Thank you Adam!It’s very helpful. All of your lessons are interesting , you’re the best teacher :) Students all over the world watching videos every day. (i’m from Kazakhstan)Just wanna thank you for your great job!

Zarina

Thanks you for Teaching

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Thank you Teacher Adam

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Thank Adam

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heeey it was great thanks a lot, Adam

bachuna

9 correct out of 10 – Thomas from Poland thx

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Hi Adam
Thanks for yours lessons, you are a good teacher, can we have more videos by you? And also I’d like to recommend thefreedictionary.com is a good free dictionary (hope won’t be banned by this suggestion).

Dnbcy

9/10 I think a good score.Thanks a lot my master

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Got 9 correct out of 10.
It was hard to understand the “milk and water down” words, but it’s ok.
See ya and keep up with the good work!

Anderson

Hello, Adam! Your lesson’s really useful.Thank you so much. You’re the best teacher ever.

Olja

Hi Adam ! Again with you. Good lesson and excelent explanation in the feed back.I’ve got 9 out of 10 . Thanks a lot !

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thank’s for your teaching Adam, but i’ve got 6 out of 10.

hmmmm, never mind. i’ll study hard about english lesson.

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In English training course it needs a review.This is the lessen that students and teachers must learn from this video.

serpoush

.Thank you

amar

You have a great sense of humor, Adam ))) I mean “It’s a good idea to milk EngVid.com for all its English help. Your English will only improve.” )
Thank you for your job! It’s very useful to milk your site! )

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thank Adam

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woow adam this is a good site but, I want to use it and talking about it.

gigi

woow this is a good.

george

is 7/10 good????

megi

very interesting lessen , it is dictionary give just the different meanings for the we search for, but we have to understand the context of the word searched to explain it succesfuly

simsima

Dear mam..
i hope you’d like to help me with this prob which is irrelevant to this lesson..this is a very important grammar point which nobody of my friends could explain of…

mam i know how to use ”where”with other ways..

how to use where with words like these??

1 That is the RELATIONSHIP where one thing makes a change in another.

2 if you have gone to a WEBSITE where you have to create an account for yourself..

3 This procedure should be followed in CASES where dishonesty has been alleged.

4 Due to the volume of emails we receive we are unable to respond to the EMAILS where the answer can be found on our web site itself.

5 I got to the STAGE where I wasn’t coping any more.

These are a few sentences i have a lot..please explain to me with some of your own sentences how to use ”where” with these words.

THANKING YOU

ROYSTAN

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Dear Adam:
Really I am interested on it & check My Know How ..kkk
Many tnx’s

Berhanu

Him is Very important !

10Q u Adam !!

Berhanu

Thank you so much.

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Thanks so much Adam!I have milked this lesson a lot!

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Than you very much sir Adam(please tell me how to call a teacher or sir in a polite way?

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hi Adam,
thank you very much for all what you show to people.Other than this,perhaps we need lesson about verbs which have other meanings when we add prepositions (on,off,out…) to them

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Thx a lot!!!

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hi Adam , thanks for your great lesson…
i think you are the best teacher in this group , but it seems that you don’t have any power in this group and you are victim!your fans want to see more videos from you.but now…in this test my score is became 10 correct out of 10.thank you so much.

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I appreciate your teaching. I am so happy to learn every class that was recorded on the EngVid.com. They watered down my confusing about many studing points. Thanks a lot!

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so sad,i scored 6/10. The words “milk” and “water” are too hard to understand.

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Hi teacher.Nowadays is fashion to wear a trousers with holes. Don’t worry about it.

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Gosh, I’ll need to watch this lesson again ’cause I scored 5 out of 10 :( That’s terribe!

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that was so useful thanxx,,peace :)

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Just a reminder: “wear” can also be a noun meaning “clothes that are suitable for a particular activity or group of people” such as “women’s wear” or “sports wear”.

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Oh my god it was the hardest lesson but I shocked when I got 80 hahahh that’s coool and really thank you teacher adam ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥

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Wow. That was really interesting specially “Milk and Water”. Thanks dear Adam.

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Adam, thanks a lot for the lesson! I really enjoyed it =)

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Thank u for your excellent points.

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i have 8/10 thank m.r. Adam :):):)_:):):):):):):):

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Hello Adam! I’m Dory and I started to study English recently. I’m glad to have discovered engVid because your lessons are really useful, fun and not at all boring. Thank you for the passion you put into your work! :)

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thanks,this lesson said “wear” also means weaken something like clothes.
“what are you wearing?” is this question could be double-meaning(confusing)?

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waaaaw good lesson but difficult

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Hello, Adam! Could you write, please, what do you say on 0:28 second of video. You speak very quickly and I don’t have time to hear what you say.

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Dear All!
I must admit that I love this training program so much, I am going to recommend it to all of my friend to learn sound English.
I obtain 7 out of the 10.
I hope to get all 10 correct the next time.

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Yeah!
Now I am on course with 100% (10/10) correct.
All my friend MUST join today.

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Thanks Adam.I’ve learnt new things.

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Thank you Adam, very help full.

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I didn’t know that Lamborghini car is the most expensive one, so I’ve chosen the SPORT car.

By the way, it was so instructive to me.
Thanks a lot

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I got 6 correct out of 10 :( That’s too bad for me. The words were easy, but I was confused :(
Context is really important, isn’t it. My quiz score was not good this time, but it was good study for me. I’ll review and try the questions someday again :D Thank you for your lessons :)

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    Nothing will diffIcult for you let s brush up our english together this is my fb account. https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?ref=bookmarks let me mention that i am Neither teacher nor advanced student but i can give a hand to many intermediate students …dont hesitate everyone is welcomed to join me. Good luck

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HI adam !!
thanks a lot for your sharing good instruction.
i just tell you .i guess quize was not symmetrical to instruction.
at the end i found it very useful.
by the way i am confused with “milked up”
may i have your advice ?
the best regards

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Thanks much appreciated

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I’ll milk all what I can from this website!!!! Thank U!!!

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the lecture is well explained. so thanks for that.

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thanks , noted .

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the 7th question was very funny.. laughed louder than I should have :P

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really im so happy to find that wonderful site,adam you are a perfect teacher i like the way you explain your lessons i hope that i can benefit from yr techniques as much as i can.thanks a lot

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I don’t understand what the explanation of the word water is. Please help me as soon as you can.

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I got 3 wrong but all of them right.they said I got 4 wrong

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Hi Adam,
I’ve got 100 % so happy ^^

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Thanks I got 60%.

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thanks mr adm

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Excellent lesson teacher Adam.
I’ve milked many meanings.
Thank you

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It is a long time to find someone Like you MR:Adam
I’ve little question in the quiz . what the word ( Lamborghini ) means ???????
and thank you for every thing <3

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I like your video, thank you.

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hello thank you so much

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Hi, mi dear teacher Adam,

Really I enjoy very much your lessons, you are an excellent teacher!. Today I have met my first 100 score and I hope to milk engvid.com for improving my english before my first certificate exam.

Thanks a lot

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Fantastic way of teaching, Genius Adam, I scored 80. Please can you clear difference between Adjective and Adverb?

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Hi Adam,

Thank you very much for this kind of lesson though I got 6/10, but no problem, I will learn more English day by day.

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How I understood this lesson:
We will we will milk you! But we should water down with our enthusiastic otherwise Adam will have a wear =)).

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hopefully, I’m gonna milk all this web site :)) Thanks a lot Adam.

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    türkleri severim hem de nasıl severim :)
    kardeşin sudanlı

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Really Cool lessons.

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Tanks.

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Hi Teacher,

I don’t understand the explanation about the water word. Can you explain of other form?

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Hi Adam,
Can we get more questions on the same topic?

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Hi teacher
in question 2 the mean score is a noun or an adj?

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    It is an adj

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Dear teacher,
Thank you so much for all your lessons,
Now I can say that my 4 years of studying english in the unversity were useless.
Did you teach in Morocco? if yes, in which city?

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hi adam!
thank you very much…I like your teachings.

I have 2 question :
1. here :
“The mean score of the people taking this quiz is 8” why mean is an adj??
2.when we use “milk” as verb , we must tell sth for the reason??
I read this answer of you and consused :(
“but please be careful; you always want to milk someone FOR SOMETHING. Otherwise it might lose its meaning a little”

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Thank you for your lesson.

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thank you very much

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thank you very much you are the best

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Adam = great

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thank you teacher,I got 7 correct out of 10.Question number 4,I don’t know about Christian Bale and Lamborghini that made me guess the answer.

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Thank you for the lesson and slang!

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Thank you.

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thank you! Very useful!

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Thanks Adam. I’ve got 100.

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Thanks, Adam. You explain clearly, since you use so many examples. I got 90 for the quiz. :)

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Hi mr.Adam,thanks alot for this vidoe,Igot 70 in the quize,If you donot mind Iwant ask you about more lessone of speaking like anative speakers,please.

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Tks Adam, I’ve got 100! Your lessons are very important to me, I’m going to a new job, and English is mandatory. I’m studying with your help. I’m not hired yet, but I’m on the end at the process.

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Thanks Adam :). It is a great lesson .I have a question what’s slang ?

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Thanks Adam :). It’s a very very very cool
lesson

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70% good

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I’m gonna milk u :-p

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Thank you for your classes. I’m so happy that I found you.
You do a great job.
I will realy milk Engvid.com for all its Enghlish help :)

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many thanks,Mr. Adam,
we will try to milk your time and knowledge
and water our attention.
” sorry if I make mistake, I try to use the same words in my comment.”

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hahha..
thanks a lot adam..
it’s helpful..

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Oh,isn’t the English language surprising?

The more you learn the more you have to study.

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Adam, we need a teacher like you… thanks to Engvid and to all the teachers…

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Adam, the “wear” thing doesn’t have anything to
do with “worn out” which is a phrasal verb.

Am I right?

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Hi Adam :) You’re great teacher ! I think that you should teach in polish school ! :)

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I never think that i will be surprised of these words.

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Thanks Mr Adam for the lesson, but in my perspective i found ambiguity here.

Why did you not put NOT ONLY … BUT ALSO formula in the 8th question.
“A good employee is one who NOT ONLY meets expectations, BUT goes beyond them.”

What is going on here!!!!????

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Can I milk you fo me? Is the sentence right?

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Hi,
does the noun “meet” only applies to sports events or to every big event?

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In spanish the verb milk have the same meaning that in english so I just milked this lesson and achieved more knowledge of the english language!!!!By the way, thanks Adam.

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I was confused with the words “use” and “wear” now it´s all clear to me, we must use wear when something becomes less for using it a lot, Am I right Adam???

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Nice to see you again Mr Adam. Oh my God… in the next semester, on March, i will teach English with about 200 local students divided into 6 classes. I need to boost my knowledge by following your video… You always seem awesome and energetic… You are very much to look at… It makes me endure to learn English ))

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Dear Adam. Thank you so much for your lessons. Could you give me a favor ? Please recommend me some novels with watered down versons for ESL level.Hope to have your response soon.

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That was fun. In Russian language phrase “water down” have the opposite meanings, as I understand you correctly. Just meaningful, technical words, not “bla-bla” words, not simple sentences.

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hello guys

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abnormal as a lesson, thanks

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it was a great lesson

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Hi Adam. You know, the first time I used the word “Make” in the sense of “brand, manufacturer, OEM etc”, it was at work, when I composed a short introductory report with regards to “long term car leasing”. I work in a multi national company and as you well understand, English is far more used than our native language. Although I was absolutely aware and sure that the particular word could be used to describe what i intended to, it was a bi surprise for me to realise that many recipients (even foreign colleagues) were actually confused when they read about the “X Make & Model” vs the “Y Make & Model” (and so forth). Including this word, was a very good choice. Cheers.

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Nice video

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Hello Adam, great video! I wanna ask you if you could make a video tip talking about how to diminish the accent. Thank you so much.

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I didn’t understood the word tear, could you please explain again?

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Instead of saying “meet your expectations”could i say “reach your expectations”?

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thanks teacher.ALLAH blesses and guid you.say amene

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Hi, Adam. This is Irene. Here is one thing that I don’t understand. In this lesson you mentioned about “mean is a noun to be average.” But why “the mean score of the people taking this quiz is 8.” in this case, mean acts as a adjective?

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its very useful thank you

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Thanks Adam,
it is very useful for me

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Thanks Adam.

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Hi! I have a question. When you speak or write about someone and you don’t know if it’s a she or a he what do you say?Eh?

For exemple: I know someone who’s a huge fan of Twilight. She’s truly madly deeply in love with Edward.

I know what to write since I know her and I know she’s a girl.

But what if I don’t know wheter it’s a girl or a boy and it doesn’t really matter.

For exemple: When someone is depressed, it means he/she/it doesn’t have any friends.

Is it possible to use -they- ? When someone is depressed, it means they don’t have any friends.

I know you can say something like -one-(which is the same thing as you i think like in this sentence) but then what pronoun do you use?

Hope my question’s clear

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    Yes, they and one both work. With one, pronouns can get a bit awkward. For example, “One should go to the doctor if one’s mood swings are interfering with one’s everyday life”. Ronnie has a lesson on this too.

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this is great. :)

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Interesting lesson Adam….

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I am afraid to say ( I wanna milk you my boss )
he will …. me :D

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Another beneficial video. Thanks a lot Adam. I have been watching your videos eagerly.

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thanks professor :))

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thanks adam :)

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The joke with watering down engvid was a good one :D

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Hello, Adam! Thank you for nice and interesting lessons!
Can you make one more like this, what will include the meaning about word “crack”, as more meaning as you can find? :)

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70 You got 7 correct out of 10:)

I am very happy ))) thanks teacher ADAM

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When I´m watching you , I want to learn more and more. You make it easy and funny. Great job, well done!

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on the video mean as noun it means average .. on number 2 on quiz the answer is adj ??

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thanks

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Yes , it was a really surprise )) Now I can’t understand the difference between a nouns meet and meeting : (

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Thanks a lot.

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Thank you Adam.

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Ah! At first point I have chosen ‘meat’ instead meet. Ha-ha! It got ‘… will have the first meat of the season’ ))

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oh my very useful, thanks Adam!!

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Thanks you so much

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Hi Adam,

Thank you for sharing your lession, but i’m not very clear about “mean” using, when do you use by adj, when do you use by noun? Can you say again about that?

Thanks!

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Hello teacher thanks for your amazing teaching.I have no way not to understand your lessons.

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HI everyone
thank you teacher you were excellent
i have a suggestion for everyone
i want you to add a chat category on your site for chating with students in end of evry lesson for improve our language that is my suggetion
i teached words but i forget them when i pass a long time
do u understand what i want to say???
thank you

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hi everyone !
thank u ADAM FOR YOUR LESSONS . BUT I DON’T UNDERSTAND :(

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Thank you

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Hi, Adam
I don’t understand the question 2
I thought “the mean” is a noun, but the answer is a adj?

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Teşekkür ederim. From İstanbul, Turkey.

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Hi Adam. Great lesson. I’ve always milked lessons you make up.

Never change your teaching style.

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Hello
i looked at dictionary and found that we can use (mean) as a noun and if we use it as adjective it will be like (vile)
i am confused

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xixixixi…I got 100 scores.(ง •̀_•́)ง

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Many thanks to you Mr Adam , this is my first inscribe on this website , and i’ve found your explanation awesome ,you make the english language seems easy to me

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Dear Sir,
It is really nice to have you as my teacher. Hope you are well. I have a question. In your tutorial you said the meaning of the word; mean (noun) is average. But in question #2, ‘mean’ is used as an adjective. I thought it was used as a noun. It would be very nice if you explain the matter.
Thank you.
Sincerely,
Azizul Hoque

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I did not understand it at first, but in the test got 8 of 10 .. Thank you anyway

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Hi,
I have a question about ‘wear’
Is that can used just ‘wear’ or with ‘out’? I have some sentences which relate what I’m saying. Forexample ‘Her shoes wear out quickly when she goes walking.’ Is there any difference between wear and wear out?

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10/10 you watered down it fantastic

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thanks Adam!!

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Great! Thank you very much, Adam!!

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Thank you so much Adam! :)

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another good lesson.thanks adam. besides your pronunciation is so clear for me l can understand majority of your words but if another one says same sentences l couldnt understand majority of them. l dont know it’s reason but situation is this. :)

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thanks

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Oh! The English!
The key is to study 30 min at least everyday.

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HI, Adam.

I wonder if there is a better way to group the lessons, so that the student can follow its study in a more appropriate order. It`s kind of frustrating to go through the lessons in the wrong order.

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Interesting. The quiz made me laugh) Thanks)

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100%, excellent material, thanks Adam

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Wow! I just shocked with that meanings. Thanks Adam for all that good explanations.

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Greetings!
I am krishna, Thank you for the people who made this site available for the people who require. I found this site while watching Adam you tube channel English lessons with Adam. I want to take IELTS test and here so many options are available by topic wise, and lessons by many teachers. But I am not getting where to start, what to prepare. Can anyone suggest me the way or course or anything which leads me for the purpose I am here.?

Thank you so much for reading.

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my quiz form not working, how can I fix it?

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Thank you Adam

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Thanks Adam. It is a great lesson.

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Thanks for the lesson!

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80, I got 8 correct out of 10.
:)

thank you adam

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thank you adam, it help me a lot

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Thank u Adam :)

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Hello Adam!
Is it right to say this:
This whole story is about milked (or milking) for money from celebrities.
Thank you.

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Thanks Adam! You’re amazing!

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Nice lesson ✨

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I love your lessons …u r great teacher and my favorite …I love you 😘😘😘😘😘

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The lesson is good very usefull Thanks sir

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Really thank you for your wonderful lesson. I do really learn a lot

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9o, that’s good.

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I got 10 out of 10. Thank you Adam! It`s very usefull lesson as always…

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I got 9 out of 10, such a great lesson! My congrats!

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I will certainly milk that site for its knowledgeable information…I will water down every bad expectation about my ability…:) I wanna have a good mean score on IELTS.:)

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The “mean” word is a little confusing. I thought the ‘mean’ was used to be a noun in the second example. But in fact it is an adjective. The others are okay. I suppose, thanks to you Adam, i’ll never forget the peculiar meanings of these words :)

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Nice lessen thanks

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Good episode!
Adam, thanks for your job!

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Dear Adam,

Can you explain to me can we use Noun after tobe with out adding be ?

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“It’s a good idea to milk EngVid.com for all its English help. Your English will only improve”
This is genious xD

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I guess in #09 “milked up” more proper variant:
These are shorter, “milked up” versions of real novels that ESL students can use to improve their reading skills.

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Hi,
Teacher Adam I learned a lot of things from your class,
I appreciate you

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I always enjoy your lessons!

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Thanks Adam.

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Thank you MR Adam

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Thank you for the lesson, Adam. I’ve been watching your lessons every day for a few weeks and it’s helping a lot.

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Thank you for the lesson, Adam. Your lessons help a lot.

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I love to improve my vocabulary easily. Thank you Adam.

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Thank you so much
God bless you

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thanks for this lesson

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Thank you Adam! It’s helpful.

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Hello, in case of word “mean”, I understood that when i want to say about average it is a noun but in the quiz i put noun and the answer was wrong. Can you explain again maybe using another way?

Thank you!!!

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Thank you Adam,

I will continue milking your site for free English lesson he he he

Again, greatly appreciated your help.

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Thank you so much for the lesson, very useful.

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8/10!It’s a good idea to milk EngVid.com for all its English help. Your English will only improve.- I like this sentence, and follow it.

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Hi mr Adam i just started to follow you and i think you are doing grea.But i want o ask you about what should i do to collect more a bout english.like what kind of books ,may be name of some books that will help me;because i want to be fluent in english as my mother language.

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