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Thanks a lot!

Profile photo of Ofelia Espinosa Ofelia Espinosa

Adam, I see your true colours ;)

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    Hi Pfalba, I didn’t quite get the meaning of that expression “see your true colours”. Could you explain it a bit to me?

    Do you refer to the fact that Adam sometimes colour when he occasionally makes embarrassing comments in the videos.

    RSVP

    Profile photo of Regino Regino

      Embarrasing ? Why ?

      For me he showed his nature (true colours) during a tickling episode.
      Cute and funny :)

      Profile photo of pfalba pfalba

        Hi, pfalba.
        I agree with you, in his avatar, for example, Adam seems so serious.

        But after watching so many of his lessons,that image just fades away and we can see that he is a really nice person.

        As always, he delivers useful and now colorful lessons. :) Thank you, Adam.

        Profile photo of Evaldo Mendes Evaldo Mendes

          I totally agree with Pfalba and Evaldo! ;)

          Profile photo of Carol3139 Carol3139

        Thanks Evaldo :)

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        Thanks Pfalba :)

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      Correction:

      Do you refer to the fact that Adam colourS when he occasionally makes embarrassing comments ON the videos???

      Profile photo of Regino Regino

        I can’t thinkcof any embarrassing comment, so I guess it’s a NO to your question.

        But see someone elses true colors means “see his real personality”.

        Profile photo of Evaldo Mendes Evaldo Mendes

      LOL.
      To show one’s true colours means to show how one is really like. Usually it’s used when someone lies about what type of person they are until a situation brings out their true personality.

      Pfalba used the idiom correctly, but maybe this isn’t the best example of when to use it. Unless, like Evaldo, he thought I was too serious before, but now understands I’m not too serious ;)

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        DEAR SIR ADAM===I APOLOGIZE FOR A COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT OF YOUR “7 Colorful Idioms” VIDEO

        Excuse me Sir Adam,

        MY MANY YOUTUBE FEATURES HAVE BEEN LOST BECAUSE OF RE-UPLOADING YOUR VIDEO “7 Colorful Idioms”

        PLEEEEASE FOR GOD’S SAKE; RETRACT YOUR CLAIM SO THAT I CAN REGAIN MY YOUTUBE FEATURES THROUGH “Good Standing”

        PLEASE FORGIVE ME

        I HAD NO IDEA ABOUT COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENTS!!!!!

        PLEEEEEEEEASE RETRACT YOUR CLAIM FROM MY INFRINGEMENT & FORGIVE ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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        Yes. Adam is right.

        e.g.
        Sometimes people may look nice but when they show their true colors, they can turn out to be mean.

        Profile photo of rituelidaeli rituelidaeli

    I think that is a nice comment and it shows that you really focused on his lesson.
    Your comment is superb!

    Profile photo of erica030215 erica030215

      THANKS A LOT FOR YOUR MOTIVATION & POSITIVE STANDPOINT TOWARDS ME===BUT UNFORTUNATELY SIR ADAM HAS NOT STILL RETRACTED HIS CLAIM!!!!!!!!!

      ANYWAYS YOU MY SISTER ARE SUPERB & COMPASSIONATE!!! CHEERS!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Profile photo of MD ZAHOUR CHY

You Are A Goog teacher Thanks Alot M.r Adam

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Thanks Adam. You are a good teacher. And I passed the quiz with flying colours. Is it correct?

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    Yes it is :)

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      DEAR SIR ADAM===I APOLOGIZE FOR A COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT OF YOUR “7 Colorful Idioms” VIDEO

      Excuse me Sir Adam,

      MY MANY YOUTUBE FEATURES HAVE BEEN LOST BECAUSE OF RE-UPLOADING YOUR VIDEO “7 Colorful Idioms”

      PLEEEEASE FOR GOD’S SAKE; RETRACT YOUR CLAIM SO THAT I CAN REGAIN MY YOUTUBE FEATURES THROUGH “Good Standing”

      PLEASE FORGIVE ME

      I HAD NO IDEA ABOUT COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENTS!!!!!

      PLEEEEEEEEASE RETRACT YOUR CLAIM FROM MY INFRINGEMENT & FORGIVE ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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Adam you are a great teacher , i like all your lessons <3

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Hi Adam
I really wished I was that kind of guy who could see the world through rose-tinted glasses but unfortunately I Am Not:( but you are a great teacher Adam keep up the good work and I have a request could you please make a lesson on classroom language and by it I mean some vocabulary exchanged in classrooms between teachers and their students for instance when it comes to check the class attendance or during an exam session and exams assessment I know it sounds weird but I am a non-native English teacher and sometimes I find myself in an awkward position when I want to use classroom jargon, do we have something like classroom jargon:o

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    Hi utopia
    You have given nice and useful suggestion.Hope that our dear teacher will take it into consideration :)

    Profile photo of Stranger444 Stranger444

    Good idea Utopia. I’ll get on it.

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      DEAR SIR ADAM===I APOLOGIZE FOR A COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT OF YOUR “7 Colorful Idioms” VIDEO

      Excuse me Sir Adam,

      MY MANY YOUTUBE FEATURES HAVE BEEN LOST BECAUSE OF RE-UPLOADING YOUR VIDEO “7 Colorful Idioms”

      PLEEEEASE FOR GOD’S SAKE; RETRACT YOUR CLAIM SO THAT I CAN REGAIN MY YOUTUBE FEATURES THROUGH “Good Standing”

      PLEASE FORGIVE ME

      I HAD NO IDEA ABOUT COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENTS!!!!!

      PLEEEEEEEEASE RETRACT YOUR CLAIM FROM MY INFRINGEMENT & FORGIVE ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

      Profile photo of MD ZAHOUR CHY

    hi utopia
    wonderful suggestion :) :)

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Thank you Mr.Adam,I got 8/9

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u’re so good a teacher Adam!!!…. i found it very helpful and quite easy to understand ur lessons…personally, i think u’re the best teacher here. i think so bcoz u’re the only one who really makes me feel interested in learning EL and forces me to go in here whenever there’s a new lesson of u available. i didnt mean that others are not good, they are awesome too but i just like the way u teach us. u helped us a lot Adam. i really appriciate it!

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    Thank you Phan :)

    Profile photo of Adam Adam

    i too agree with u….. :) :)

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Thank you for the class

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Thank you, evrything was clear

Profile photo of GeorgeTitchenko GeorgeTitchenko

Idioms always make our talking more colorful and natural. They are useful tools that help us see to some good extent how language works.

It was a concise and interesting video-lesson

Have a great week Adam!!!

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    Thanks Regino. You too :)

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Hi stranger
thanks for your support so let’s keep our fingers crossed!

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Thank you Adam. I like your lessons very much. But may I ask you to stay NEAR the inscriptions, you’ve written on the board please. They are helpful too.

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hi,
thank you very good lessons.

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Thanks Adam. I passed de quiz with flying colors!

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Thank you, Adam! This lesson was quite useful for me. I never head about “tickied pink” before. But other idioms I already knew.

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thank you!

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I didn’t know about colourful idioms so much. Thank you for your interesting and useful lesson, Adams :)

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oops (><) I mistook your name! Sorry, Adam…

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good exam and good examples

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Thanks a lot
I need some help on explaining my presentation slides content like graphs, diagrams, tables and other kind of results
Also I get trouble when switching slide, starting new subject, concluding etc.
Please help me with words that are best to use as fillers and as joints in a presentation.

Profile photo of MorVafa MorVafa

    Hi MorVafa,

    Rebecca -an EngVid teacher- made a video on how to make a successful presentation; you’ve got to see it.

    Regards

    Profile photo of Regino Regino

      … I’ve just checked it out MorVafa and the video-lesson is “How to Give a Presentation in English”.

      It gives you some useful tips on how to give a presentation.

      Please take also a look at the following free website:

      http://www.PresentationPrep.com

      All the best with your presentations MorVafa!!!

      Profile photo of Regino Regino

        Thank you so much Regino, the website has many good tips, but why not using them for making videos in engVid. An example could be explaining a simple chart.
        All I need is to learn how to make good connections between stuffs that appear as common in a presentation.

        Profile photo of MorVafa MorVafa

          Hi MorVafa,

          I’ll see what I can do

          Profile photo of Adam Adam

Good job! Thanks!

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    Wow that was nice lesson sir adam and it will help a lot to improve my english with flying colors :D

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Many Thanks

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could you explain to me the difference between include,contain,involve,and consist?

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    Hi Super Mario,

    Include — to make in a part of something (e.g. a group)
    Contain — to have within.
    Involve — to make part of (an action, discussion, etc)
    Consist — be made up of (parts… so a whole consists of its parts)

    These can all be used as synonyms depending on their function in the sentence. Of course, different contexts will require the use of one word over another. The best thing to do is check a dictionary and make sure thst the meaning you intend is conveyed by the best word.

    Hope that helps.

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Thanks you so much.

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that’s very nice to come back again,,you’re the best..

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Great lesson! I think the examples in this lesson are a good way to undestand what mean each colour’s expression. Thanks for that.

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So SEE THINGS IN BLACK AND WHITE and SEE THROUGH ROSE TINTED GLASSES means respectively See the world with pessimism and See the world with optimism?

Profile photo of grazisil13 grazisil13

    Hi,Graziela.
    When you see things through rose tinted glasses means you’re optimistic.
    But, see things in black and white means you are a practical person.

    Like when we say here in Brazil: comigo é preto no branco!

    Profile photo of Evaldo Mendes Evaldo Mendes

      How about this explanation guys?

      (in) black and white MEANS in a way that makes people or things seem completely bad or good, or completely right or wrong:

      A: I don’t have enough money, but I’m going to buy it anyway.

      B: He sees things in black and white.
      C: Yeah, you’re right.

      Putting in your own words Evaldo,Is he practical?

      Have a great weekend!

      Profile photo of Regino Regino

        Buy something with not enough money does not seem “practical” to me.

        What I got from Adam’s explanation of “black and white”, and the Brazilian’s “preto no branco”, is; a person that is straightforward.

        Profile photo of Evaldo Mendes Evaldo Mendes

    preto no branco; sem lero lero; sem mais ou menos; é ou não é: See things in black n’ white.

    see you, little girl!

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    Hi Grazisil,

    Some good answers here. I will add that to see things in black and white is not only practical, but it is much simpler (some people might say more realistic). Something is either A or it is B, not somewhere between (i.e., there is no grey). Like Evaldo said, more straightforward.

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It’s fun, I like that!

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The first two and the last one russians are using also.

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Nice lesson Adam. I have a question. How do you say when someone is on blashed?.

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    Do you mean blasted?

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      No. i said flushed. When my face turn red.

      Profile photo of Luis Morales Luis Morales

        Hi Luis,

        We say blush (blushed). He was so embarrassed he blushed red as a tomato.

        is that what you meant?

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I love idioms.Thanks Adam :)

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I forgot to wish you Happy Easter!

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    Thank you Byte. Happy belated Easter to you too.:)

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Hi Adam:
It’s my first time being here, and I’d say I’m very lucky of having your teaching. Your lesson is great! I believe it will help me get through difficulties with flying colours. I mean it’s definitely beneficial to understand native speakers more.
Thx a lot.

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    Welcome, Bree :)

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That was really helpful, learned a lot and got 8/9.. many thanks Mr.Adam

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My favorite Teacher.
Love u sooo much.

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congratulatios.that idiom lesson was awesome.

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Thanks Adam, great lesson

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As (for ?) I passed the test with flying colours, I am going to paint the town red. It always tickles me pink to have 100%. Green light to you teacher for other colorful idioms lessons.
Great day to everyone !

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    Me too, I always tickle pink to get a high score on the quizes.

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What a good lesson:)

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Kyle was tickled pink because of successful inspection.

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I’m tickled pink to find this wonderful site! :D

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    hi Niharika,
    be regular. its a great website.

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i passed the lesson with a tinkle pin….iam realy happy…thnk u

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OMG.. I got 9/9 … Thanks alot.

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It’s very interesting and instructive lesson.

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I personally think that Idioms are helpful and fun to learn. I never knew that there was idioms called coloured idioms but now that you taught me perfectly, I feel so glad that I have learned something. Thank you Adam!!!

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Tanks adam , very good video.

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Hello Teacher
I have a question what is the difference between of-course and obvious ?

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    Hi Gurinder,

    ‘Of course’ is called an interjection–it is an expression one says as a lead-up to something or as a response to something… it cannot be used by itself and is not really a part of the sentence structure itself. ‘obvious’ is an adjective and can be used in conjunction with a noun.

    Does this help?

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It was fun!
Your lesson is very easy to understand.
It’s so nice!

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¡¡Great!! I got 9/9. I really like it!!

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many thanks to you!
100/100 again. now i’m tickled to death!

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Wonderful lesson, I got 10 with flying colors again. Although I have some worry in my mind now, I will try to seeing these things through rose-tinted glasses. If I can pass them, I will be tickled pink and must be painting the town red. Is the example correct above? Adam. Thanks a lot for your teaching, great teacher.

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Flying colours quiz

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Hi Adam, it’s me again.

I’ve got just one question about color idioms:

which are the correct expressions:

Blue/white COLLAR worker or Blue/white COLLARED worker?

The latter expressions are on the board as examples.

Thanks again.

Happy Eastern!!!

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    Hi Regino,

    Wow! I didn’t even notice I did that. It’s a mistake on my part. I apologize. It’s blue/white collar, not collared.

    Good eye.

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Thanks a lot !! Great lesson
Thanks again

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thanks lot of sir

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thank you … i’ve got 8/9

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Dear Adam

it is great course, thanks

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Thanks Adam.

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Happy Easter ! God bless you ! Best wishes for this year ….. see you next time full of colors ;)

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Good for Idioms.

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Thank Adam for this lesson. I passed the quiz with flying color.

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I WAS GREAT

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Thanks Adam.

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estoy desarrollando mi oudicion para entender fluidamente las clases consejos por favor!!!!

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I think every single word you said was so clear. It really tickled me pink as I could’ve understood all. Thanks Adam.

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thank you for your lessons!!!

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    may i have you skype ID i wana learn Russian

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I love your lesson,,, yes, pregnant only wemen,,, rsrsrsrs

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Great lesson :)

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thank you a lot i learned new words and i’m happy

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Thanks for ever Adam…
could you pleas teach us more important lessons in pronunciation like the flap t and the glottal stop…. lots of love

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    Hi Samtawi,

    I’ll see what i can do ;)

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Great lesson

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Hello,

Adam you are the best person i ever seen. Your way to explain with nice examples… Voice is very clear to understand the details.

Thanks!

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Oh, I passed the quiz with flying collors! By the way, here in Brazil, we also have the expression “white-collared people”, but NOT in a positive way… In the past, I used to hear about “the white-collared crimes”!

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Yay… 100%… I didn’t know most of those idioms and I hadn’t heard them before. I hope I will remember them.

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Hi Mr.Adam
Thanks a lot for your great lessons. I seek your opinion on a professional matter. Could you send me your email?
I would greatly appreciate your advice

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    Hi Refal,

    You can send an email to engvid. will receive it.

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thank for your teaching ! it helps me to learn E well. I’m in Vietnam

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thanks Mr Adam

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thanks … I love it

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Hi Adam,

Thank you so much.I’m fond of your perfect lessons and your method of explaining…
I have a question.
” The head of the company’s established his son in business,hasn’t he?”
In this sentense I can’t understand the place of the ” ‘s” .It concerns to the subject but “company” is followed by it.
How to understand this? Please explain.
Thanks very much in advance.

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    Hi Anahit,

    The head of the company has established his son…

    It’s a contraction. usually we don’t use these in formal writing.

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ΤΗΑΝΚ ΥΟU

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    Happy Easter!!!

    Profile photo of katerinapas1 katerinapas1

u are a perfect teacher,

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Yeah.I got 8 correct out of 9.it’s my first visit,the lessons very interesting for me, I’m really focus on it.hopefully I will get more correct in others question.thank U so much teacher.

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    Welcome Junj :)

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I luv idiom, but I didn’t pass it with flying color :(

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Good job

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Thanks a lot!

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My first lesson! Cool ;)

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Thanks Adam…

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That’s such an excellent lesson! Thanks a lot!

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Adam,explain me in details the difference in meaning between the two following sentences:
1. What DID you SEE?
2. What DO you SAW?
Is you explanation right for other similar sentences?(I mean using DO or DID with past and present verbs.)

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    Sorry!!! PLEASE and THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!

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    Hi Katrin,

    #1 is ok. #2 means what do you cut with a saw (a tool).

    In #2, if you mean saw as past tense of see then it doesn’t work.

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      So I must use DID all the time asking about past?

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        hi Katrin,
        using DID, is the correct way to ask something about the past.

        Profile photo of abhishek1995 abhishek1995

Thanks for the lesson!
I’ve got a lot of fun.

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Thanks very much, you’re a good teacher ^^

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good lesson

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a lot of thanks mr.adam……excellent

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Thanks got 78%.

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good lession sir(Adam)..thanks for that,and a small sugtn frm my side is,you could keep going with some more idioms which are useful in our daily life as well as in comitative exams

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I got 100:D but I did it intuitively.

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Thank you everyone. happy belated Easter :)

Regino noticed that I wrote blue-collared worker on the board. That is a mistake on my part. It should be blue-collar.

Sorry about that.

Thanks Regino.

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    Thanks a million Adam for your feedback. It really makes a big difference on your video-lessons.

    I have learned a lot from you and with you.

    Have a great weekend.

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Good idioms for everyday use. Thanx:-)

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Good idioms and easy to remember, thx a lot.

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I’ve got 100% right. Thanks, Adam! Best wishes, Josué.

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I like it

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Hey I’d like to know when we should use, for example:
The door’s key
The door key
The key of the door
(In general, not only explaning this phrase)
Thank you =)

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Thanks

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Hi, Adam, you gave your class very well. But I missed the first question of the Quiz where I think that the owner was relieved to know about any kind of trouble in his restaurant. So, to pass through in the inspection wouldn’t be easy and he would stay tickled pink… Thanks!

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It is an awesome lesson, such idioms make the Spoken language more interesting.

Thanks Mr. Adam

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hey, I just want to say thank you, I have been studying english for 3 years, and I discovery that I didn´t know almost any idioms, now I´m taking some time to learn them, and you have been helped me a lot.

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Thanks a lot!

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thank you Adam :)

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Thank you Adam for interesting lessons!

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Thank you so much, Adam,I really like to watch your videos. They are very useful

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Thanks man, you are a great teacher!! Help me a lot :)

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thanks,Adam ,but I got a question here.
there’s a sentence in this video(time:1’34”),that is “I don’t see the bad __,I don’t see the fact..” I don’t konw how to spell this word.It sounds like “conomy”,but I know this word is not right.

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I laughed at “see through rose-tinted glasses”. I love it.

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You’re such an awesome teacher! Thanks a lot for your videos :)
P.S. You’re smart and handsome *u* haha

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100 You got 9 correct out of 9.
:D….Great¡

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thanks a lot it was very much helpful

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HI Everybody
i”m new student that i want to learn English
please can you help me
thanks

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    hi .. frnd … here you have lot of masters to train you … learn you ‘ll be good in english soon

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thanx a lot to my new english teacher :) ur lessons are amaizing :)

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Hi friends i need to know that where the word “rather than ” is suitable to use

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    hi Gopinath,
    ‘rather than’ is normally used when someone is talking about his/her preference. when you prefer something over the other, you use this expression.
    for example – i prefer going to school by bus ‘rather than’ walking all the way.

    hope it helps (y)

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thanks a lot sir. i passed the quiz with flying colours.

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Hi my best teacher :) thanks a lot. and I want to ask u . what different between ( whereas & however )please.

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thank you adam.

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Dear, Adam!
Thank you for your useful video materials and your perfect pronunciation.

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Hi Adam,
thank you for your lesson and thank you EngVid! I’m italian and, obviously, I don’t speak english very well( :D ) so your lessons are useful, short and funny!

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Hello Adam!
I think Silvia means «…your lessons are useful, short and fun!».

It was my first lesson here. I like this lesson very much. Thank you for your explanations.
Could you tell me these colourful idioms are Canadian expressions or British ones too?
Thank you in advance.

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Thank you SO much! You are really good teacher! Adam, you are the best!

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Thank you.
I hope there’s more like this in the future.

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thanks Adam ! it’s very useful lesson ! appreciate!

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thank you Adam^^

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thank you adam.

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Thank you very much Adam ,I got 100%, you are very good teacher Adam. Now I tickled pink and I hope my English skill with flying colors.

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Thanks, very usefull!

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first of all, thanks for helps :) I have been improving my English,in future ,l hope , l can tank you face to face :)

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Yeah, thanks Teacher
I Did It With Flying colors ;)

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Nice quiz :) !

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tks Adam ^^

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good teacher im really look up to u

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rhanks from Azerbaijan :)

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Hi Adam,
See things in black nd white – do we use this idiom for negative characteristic or possitive or both. Plz share exampl

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Nice Idioms and examples. Way of example for Idioms are so good. I really understood with example only. If it’s possible, try to give more example for Idioms. It’s very helpful for beginners like me. And We will understand where and when to use these kind of Idioms. Thanks a lot. Great work done by you.

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Hello ,, Adam and students ,how are you .great that lessons was greatful and is formed by the clearly way it’s easy to comprahansions but should that be on daily practising i am stil practise it but alone . so it’s best way too .thank you all and goog luck.

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9/9 Thank you Adam! :)

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thanks alot Adam

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Thank you, Adam!

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9 out of 9
Thank you dear teacher , you are the best

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Very helpful. God bless Engvid family :)

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You guy was awesome

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100% Thanks)

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so funny and so interesting! thanks a lot Adam!

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    Offer always begins with a capital letter.

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thanks adam your good teacher >>>and your lessons so useful

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thanks so much ..its so useful lesson you ..thanks for all teachers they teach in engvid ..

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Idioms the difficult part of Learning English

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Thaank you so much Adam great lesson !!

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Thanks! :) Your video tickled me pink!…. Is it correct?

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it,s very helpful,you,re doing great job,thanks alot :)

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hmmm welll,errr EYE REmebered black or white by michael JACKson ,gods and dogs and hogs and logs we’re created for Adæm

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Thanks Adam! i got 100% :)

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Adam, Thanks for the lesson!
I’ve got 100 :)

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Thank you! I passed this quiz with flying colours!

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Yes! I have passed the quiz with flying colors!

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Sir, you are a very good teacher.
can you teach us more idioms??

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Perfect!I’ve got 100! Thanks Adam!

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8 out of 9 , unfortunately I made a silly mistake.

thanks mr.Adam .

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Thanks a lot.Adam could we use idioms in IELTS writing tasks or not?whats your opinion about this work?

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Thank you so much.

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I will paint the town red after I finish exam.

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thanks Adam,
what an outstanding teacher you are!
i really get pleasure while watching your presentations

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i like your teaching style,being your student i feel proud.

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Adam. , i’m arabic and i really really need to uanderstand and learning english , but how ??

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Adam. , i’m arabic and i really really need uanderstand and learning english , but how

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thank you teacher,I got 7 correct out of 9.Good lesson.

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the lesson is good enough to make me see things through the rose tinted-glasses. thankyou

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very good lesson, thanks Adams

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Thanks Adam
I need to develop my convristion , talk with person in english , can i talk with you or have you any way for this?

Regards

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Some times, I like with childern. I feel some of them are generally waiting to us. When they “see the green light”, they start playing with us.

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Most of the time, I tried to “see through rose-tinted glasses”. I believe that impossible is impossible. I think the huge difference between successful and unsuccessful poeple is aried from their view toward the problem.

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100% PINK COLOURS Mr. ADAM!!!!

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Thanks Mr Adam alot

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Thanks, Adam. I passed this quiz with flying colours.

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scupa doopi

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du pa

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fari like a melody in my head

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nice lesson have a gr8 week

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Thank you.

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what is the idiom have a different meaning, if in different situation?

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Hi Mr Adam,
Thanks a lot. i was wondering if we can use these idioms in writing or nor???
Regards,,,

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thank you teacher. i like your lessons very much. i want to improne my english. can you hepl me?

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sir,could you tell me whether the following sentence is correct…

Unless and until i don’t give his money,richard won’t return my bike back.

Is it is right?if it has any mistake please correct me.

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Thanks so much,you are my idol.inspiration for me to start practice more and more.

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I got 10 correct out of 9 ,Thanks Adam :D

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    9 out of 9*

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Thank you very much adam :D
It was a wonderful lesson I got 9 out of 9
Let me tell you something …. you are the best english teacher I have ever seen because you have good ways in teaching and you mix the fun .. giving information ..nice explanations into one structure
Hope you all the best … keep going mr. Adam
The god bless you :)

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Thank you Adam! in addition, you have still 51 video in last about 1 month. i’m wait for increasing yourr video lecture. :) take care!

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I actually passed this test with flying colours because I had 9/9!

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I feel really excited. thanks for teaching me.

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im very happy i got 7 from 9 waw …

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Thank you so much , You’re the best teacher ever :)

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I always watched your lessons in Youtube, today i have signed and i am so happy. thank you a lot, Adam)

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Hi, Is there anyone who wants to speak english on the skype? In this way, we can improve our skills. Please call me; my login is: luk 1

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That’s great lesson for us (English learners). I hope you always make lessons about Idioms cuz it helps us in life. Thank’s Mr. Adam :)

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thanks :) it`s a great lesson

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Thanks a lot, Adam! Very great lesson!! :)
But I’m afraid there is a little mistype in ‘blue/white colared worker’. There must be ‘coloured’ or ‘colored’, but not ‘colared’.

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    No, “collar” is right! It refers to the kind of clothes workers wear. “Blue collar” = heavy-duty clothes that someone in the trades or a factory might wear, “white collar” = dress shirts, “pink collar” = jobs traditionally delegated to women, e. g. secretary.

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nice ,thank you

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I really like this lesson teacher ^^

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My improvement tickels me pink; I don’t think to paint the town red for this reason.

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I finished the quiz with flying colors, getting perfect score once again tickled me pink. This gives me the green light to paint the town red tomorrow because I learned new things again. Moving forward I’ll try to see things through rose-tinted glass and not always think in black and white, not dreaming of a white-collared job though. :3

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thank you very much

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Great – funny way to learn new expressions! And I love Canadians!

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Hi sir
thank you very much. it was really helpful and wonderful. it’s my first visit to this site and first time knowing about idioms its really great :) :)
bye”’

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Hello, everybody! I am a new comer to this site. And I have listened 3 teachers, and for the moment Adam is best. I’m going to continue. will see.

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hey Adam i passed the test with flying color.i mean with perfect score

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I got 6 of 9 it is not good but I will try every day to get full marks by all teachers of EngVid
Thanks Adam for you and for other teachers

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Hi, Adam. Thanks again for your lesson.

Adam, I have a question. I was raised listening to British English.( I have never been able to get the “accent,though)

But I have this rather embarassing problem.Ive
lived in the U.S.enough to notice how Americans
use the simple past instead of the present perfect. To tell you the truth, although I love
this language, I fell in love with it when I was thirteen, so I know a few things.
But I’d like to know your opinion, about this
issue. Do you think that the English language
will change so much as abolishing the Present
Perfect?
I feel oddly insecure when,I talk to some
Americans. An example of an embarassing situation.
I was in Memphis, and I asked a “lawyer” this question. It was about a movie.
” Have you seen A Few Good Men?”
and she asked me:”Where?” and laughed.

I can’t use the past tense instead of the present perfect. So, I’d like to know your
opinion about this.

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Geez,Adam. Will I have to wait for the approval of my comment, again? I’ve already waited for it
for ages.
You’ve already sent me things about the subject
I needed help.
Please, Adam, help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I need to learn more and more. And you are
the perfect teacher, the best I have ever had.

Incidentally, are there idioms using parts of
the body? I know five or six. I’d like to learn
more.

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Thank u Adam ur lessons always make me tickled pink and they make me see my English through rose-tinted glasses , and I’ve passed this quiz with flying coloures … So tonight am gonna paint the town red . :)

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You said, “Jon’s grandfather was tickled pink when he found Jon and Emma were pregnant”. Really!!?
Is it natural? Or we should say Emma was pregnant?!

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Thank you for very useful lesson! )

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Thanks Adam.

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Thanks to me help to pass in this test with very flying colors :)

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Adam you are very humorous teacher ) Great job! All your lessons are really interesting and enjoyable at all ! But how to find a good mate to practice speaking..

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Hi Adam
This expression would be a slang?
Thanks

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Adam I passed the quiz with flying colours!
Thank you so much.

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I was tickled pink when I got 9/9

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Thanks Adam. You are a great teacher.
I found this lesson is very useful.

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Thank you Adam. I am tickled pink to learn easily thanks to you :)

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Thank you, Adam! This lesson is very useful

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Very useful! Thank you!))

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Thank you Adam..I got 9 out of 9

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Thank you!

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thanks

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Thank you Adam! This lesson was useful and interesting! You are a good teacher!)

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got 9 correct out of 9 , Thanx

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mr Adam ,could you possibly conduct a lesson on oxymorons, please?where can i find explanations of them.eg.And faith unfaithful kept him falsely true
thanks in advance

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100 percent again! I am cool!)

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Lesson good but questions … bad. Too complicated.

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thanks Adam!its was very comprehensive

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How do you do ? Adam.
I am glad to meet this lesson.
Thank you for teaching.
You are a good teacher.
My English has been improving.

Haridan from Thailand.

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Thank you, Adam. I am in love with your lessons :).

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I passed the quiz with flying colors. I am a teacher iI don’t work in office am i a blue coloured or white coloured. I

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You are great teacher! Thank you!

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thank you very mch , great teacher , amazing lesson !!

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Thank you very much Adam!! Awesome lesson!!

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Thank you very much Adam! I saw many lessons other teachers by EngVid and I have got a feel you are the best!

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If you were my teacher at school or at university..

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WOW!!!!
really i understand and use this lesson very will.

thank you adam

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Hi
Thanks for an usefull lesson.
I hope can remember all these idioms and can use them correctly. Do you have
Any suggestion Adam?

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its informative lesson .but aim wondering if i use like this idioms in English exam like ietls it good idea or not ? please inform mer bz its my test is coming soon. thanks alot

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Adam you’re a great teacher! Thanks a lot!

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again i passed the test with flying colours.

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Thanks Adam. I passed de quiz with flying colors!

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Thanks Adam.You’re doing very well.

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That was my first video at this site. And I decided to register here. Adam is nice and lovely. Thank’s!

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Thanks a lot , please i’m a grade 12 student and i got C in English last session and i wanna get A the next session its my last session. please tell me what to do and how to improve my English at home listening and writing.

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I got tickled pink when I firts visit this site..

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Hello Adam! How do you explain more or less clear, but in the test to your lesson too many unfamiliar words for human novice to learn English, beginner level that pročto did not understand half the jobs. I’m so sorry but I think this test is bad.(

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Thanks Adam ,,,,
You are Great Teacher…

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Thank You Adam for good lesson! I`d put this one on advanced level.

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Adam is my favorite teacher, really. He speaks not slow, but not a very fast. He can explain difficult things with simply words. Thank you for your job.
And thank for this video, it’s very informative and interesting

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thanks alot

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Thank you Adam, you’re a great educationist

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kindly tell me how to memorize these idioms as i always try but failed

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It was truly interesting lesson for me! For several we even have Russian equivalents.

I didn’t notice the idiom ‘to see things in black and white’ in the quiz. Maybe it worth to add?

Thank you!

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thanks

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Thank you very much!The beautiful pucture!Without grey.

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It is night, I’m sleepy and I’m still learning your colourful idioms with great pleasure!) Very positive speaker, thank you.

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thanks, Adam! It was very interesting! :)

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I’ve really passed the quiz with flying colours) thank you for the best lessons i’ve ever had:)

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I am going to paint the town red if I get 90.

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thank you Adam,I really enjoy yours every class.BTW,i really love this series.

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Hello Adam! Thanks for the lesson! I have one question: “to see through rose-tinted glasses” means “to be very optimistic” or “to be naive”? Just want to clarify the meaning, because in Russian this expression means “to be naive”.

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hey thanks for the lessons
can u tell me what’s the differents between simile and idiom

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It is a nice video. Thanks a lot

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Thank you Adam, you are very good teacher.

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I olny got 7 out of 9.. i was confused on question #1… but thanks anyway adam for this lesson…

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English language makes me cry sometimes. But anyway thank you for this lesson. It was very useful!

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thank you alot. i really like any of your video. short but very consise!!

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hi sir,the lesson is superb… would you explain this phrase “heat of the first water” do give some examples.thanks

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Thank you for interesting lesson Alex.

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really you are my hero

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WOW 10 / 10 !!!!
THANKS FOR THE VERY INTERESTING LESSON !!

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Hi Adam,

It was a nice lesson.

Thanks for the knowledge.

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Hey Adam, I’m preparing for a English competition in my homecountry in the next April (2017) which concentrates on mostly grammar and the ability to conprehend English. I’d like to have, if I may, your email to send some very advanced questions about English grammar that I find out during the time doing practice test. As a matter of fact, it is impossible to receive a quick reply posting question here. Thank you very much.

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Yeah.. 9/9.

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Thank you, Adam) Very good lesson)

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Yes, I made this quiz with flying colors!

10/10 :D Thank you for help Adam.

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thanks

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thank you, it helps me a lot in my study

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I was tickled pink yesterday because I met him coincidentally.

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Thanks for all of lessons

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Thank so much Adam , it was a useful lesson .

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at the first glance of “paint the town red”, I thought it was another expression for “massacre” since there’s a game with the same name on Steam…almost lmao at the mental image of the quiz example

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With flying colours! Is my favorite from now. =D

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I got 5/9. Thanks for the lesson!

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Thanx a lot for ur test following the video, it’s been truly helpful for me and my students!

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I didn’t know these idioms. I got 9/9! Thanks very much Adam for the lesson!!

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I got 8/9. It’s a very interesting video. Thank you Adam for your job!

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Adam, will there be a problem with the spelling if I will mix the British and the American spelling during the essay?

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    Hi Mae, as per my knowledge it won’t a problem, as IELTS allow both British as well as American English.

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Adam this lesson is absolutely great. I’m reading The Ghost of Canterville Chase
I saw this expression “Painting the world red”
Now, I can understand it

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Thanks Adam for the wonderful lesson. Kindly conduct a lesson on punctuation, it will be great help for me as well as many other fellow learners.

Thanking you again,

Warm regards,
Shabaz

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Thanks, Adam!
I learn a lot from you.

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Thanks for lesson!

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9 out of 9

Thanks a lot, Adam.

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May I ask why you wrote on the board white-/blue- “collared” (with -ed) worker, and in the second question of the test “blue-collar employees” without the -ed?

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thanks!

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hi Mr.Adams,can i use these idioms in the IELTS essays or only in talking
thanks alot

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Thank you so much. Mr. Adam

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Thank you from Russia!

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thanks a lot ,i got 8/9!!!

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Adam, hi)
I like your lessons and quiz)
Keep doing it :D

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Thanks

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thanks a lot , I love idioms lessons and these are really amazing idioms to learn .

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This weekend I and my friends gonna go to a villa and paint the town red.

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Thank you for all your great lessons dear Adam
I really enjoy your lessons

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Thank you for the colorful and Cheerful lesson!

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Thank you Mr. Adam.

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Thank a lot for this lesson. All was great and simple for understanding.

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Oh, my God, your lessons are amazing! Thank you so much!

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Thank you so much, Adam.

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8/9! Good! I was a blue-collar working in the ship when I graduated from university. End one year sailing time, I became a white-collar in the office. My company was set when I finished my white-collar work.

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