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76 COMMENTS

Thank you Rebecca! I will put these idioms into practice,

Lovepreet1997

Hello Rebecca,
thanks for the idioms, I love it.

Mbodo

excellent, for both of us.
you for, such a beset lesson and
me for, take 100.
thanks.

Farshad

Hello Mrs Rebecca, your advice gives us wings and it opens our minds. a simple lesson that speaks volumes. thank you very much, you are a genius!

Lehad

Keep your chin up because you’re a good teacher.
Thank you Rebecca.

beernaard

Hi, Rebecca.
In French, we have the expression “roll up your sleeves”, which equals to “pull your socks up”. Idioms are alike and different from one country to another : it’s fun! :)

Sakenussem

I can’t see the video. there is nothing on my screen

hbn190018

    Ask your government :)

    Draza

hello Ms. Rebecca,

thanks for this useful lesson

Aml Mounier

Exellent…

Naveen kumar dabiyan

First of all, thank you for the class. But I have a doubt, in the first question the answer “Hey man, we have a big exam coming up next month. You still have time to do well. Give it your best shot!” wouldn’t be correct as well? My best regards, Rebecca.

Marcio07

I feel happy in learning English. I did score 10 out of 10 in the first session.

Anumula

Great Lessons. We would like to be an expertise in vocabulary. Your support would definitely helps us in reaching our destinations. A BIG Thanks for the fantastic sessions.

Anumula

Good lessons, thank you!!!

Mirdos

Thanks for the video, excellent class…thanks again.

Edwin.mmc

Thanks, Rebecca. This quiz help me to improve my reading and vocabulary. Lesson by lesson, I’ve noted that I read, write and listen better than I’ve been doing. Although, I need to practice speaking. I’ll pull up my socks!

Pablo Apy

Thanks Rebecca for your class.

gerardopiano

Rebecca, you are my favorite teacher. Your classes are so useful, I have been learning a lot from you. Keep doing your best, you are amazing.

IsraelLucas

Thanks Rebecca!

Mely

You did graet!

Habtam

Excellent. I’v learned a lot with you. Thank you so much”” You’re the best teacher ever.

Alex Oliv.ira

Yeah 100 in first time.

Hubertsuperspeaker

thank you very much, you give it your best shot

Gehad bahnassy

Thank you! I got 💯 but I have to “Hold my horses”

GianpaoloULDY

Thank you Rebecca :)

alika1

Thanks Rebecca can make video on future prefect continues tenes

Manish.bhist

I got 10/10, Really useful lesson, Thanks Rebecca.

karthika karunakaran

Thanks a lot Rebecca . I really like the way you teach and easy to understand.

Cathy72

The idiom about socks seems funny =)

Bitaly

Hi
I can’t see the video

ali rostaei

    Our videos are on YouTube, so if your country blocks YouTube you will not be able to see the videos.

    engVid Moderator

good way to learning english thank you

yirou901

Thank you Rebecca, you are a great teacher.

udoka

Thanks a lot Rebecca, excellent lesson !

zimil

In my country, the equivalent of “pull your socks up” is something like “tighten your drawers’ rope”.
Who wanna guess where I’m from? :D

Tutko007

    Hungary. I’ve been visited recently. So beautiful. I’ve liked walking on the edge of the Donau.

    Bernardo Lamparina

      I have a Hungarian friend

      Bernardo Lamparina

Well, also the flag helps shown next to my nickname…

Tutko007

Thank you, Rebecca. Enlightening!

ersaaditya

Thank you, Rebecca
I try to pull my socks up :-)

AFSHINAZS

THANKS,REBECCA…..

SUSHANTA BISWAS

you remind me, my childhood teacher, every time. She was as kind and always helpful as you are ma’am. thank you so much.

thevishalparihar

Thanks Rebecca, a very useful lesson. I have to pull my socks up to improve my english :)

Simone74

Thank u Rebecca god bless you.

Walid120

I really understood this lesson. Thank you, Rebecca

Bernardo Lamparina

I GOT 90 NEXT TIME I´LL GIVE IT MY BEST SHOT

ezau

Well done, Rebecca!

One more helpful lesson. In my journey of English learning, I may count many blessings, and Engvid is one of them.

Thank you very much for the existence of this excellent website!

Eduardo França

Thank you Rebecca mam. I am able to score 10 out of 10. Your lesson is easy to understand. Thank you very much once again.

sathish

You teach very badly

samhithyajatsh

Thank you for your interesting Lesson Rebecca

Dmmelis82

It was a good lesson

angoto

Thanks for the helpful lesson. Out of the seven, my favourites are as follows:
Keep your chin up! (=Don’t give up. Be strong.)
Count your blessings! (=Think of the good things.)
Put your socks up! (=Work harder.)
Give it your best shot! (=Try your best.)

Insoo Yeo

Thank you for lesson Rebecca!

blessy2020

Thanks Rebbeca, I will try tu use that advices. bye

Silvain

Thanks Rebbeca., I got it!

ricardomuller

good job… thnks for this lesson..

Amus Mauleky

oh my God i got 100%, this is unbelievable, your are the one how deserve to teacher, for sure i never seen teacher committed like you Rebecca! we love you so much. thanks!

rukundojp

Great teaching.

ramakrishnareddyb

It was easy, but I did not know these expressions!
Thanks teacher Rebecca.
10/10
So, I’m going to pull my socks up, if I really want to learn English.

Sunshine70

Thank you very much my teacher I got 100%

Damene Molla

Thank you Rebecca, you´re amazing!!!!

kala 1711

thank you

Calagan

I really enjoy this

Benny98

thank you rebecca

zizou

many thanks, pleeeeease we need more expression and more vocabulary

sarito yoki

Thanks you, you’re great Rebecca.

Toure Hamidou

Thanks you Rebecca

I got 80 score for Quiz

Hendra

Thank you Rebecca. I got 100 score. I’m happy for this.

Miria Amaral Meirelles

Thank you very much teacher Rebecca😘

Perseverance

I have to practice as possible as I can.

otello46

nice class and good topic.. thank you..!!

Miguel Galvan

Hello teacher Rebecca thank you for this lesson…I got 100% score

Javyhionaz

Really nice and easy to memorize thank you teacher…..

Ayajasim

Rebecca
In some countries and depending of local culture, this expressions can be used of diferents ways and not exclusively by one way.

vilson fileti

As the English say “don’t take poppy seeds at the end” ?

Draza

Thank u Rebecca Mam. I’m just pulling my shocks up to keep my chin-up! and one way or other way I think so I’m not a bad learner so I started to count my blessings .🙂

Johan Masih
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