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I got 6 correct out of 10. I was confused to have answered this quiz (this sentence is OK?) Thank you, Alex :)

Happy04

    Got 6 out 10? Not bad Happy04.

    Were you confused while doing the quiz?
    Is this what you wanted to express?

    or

    To have done this quiz confused you even more?

    Have a fantastic weekend!

    Regino

      How do you use bold formatting here? It would help me a bit :). Thanks.

      David

        <strong>Bold text</strong>

        should make Bold text.

        engVid Moderator

      Yes I was confused while doing the quiz ^^; And I wanted to express with this grammar though….I was confused again while expressing ^^;

      Thank you for reply, Regino. Have a fantastic weekend, too :)

      Happy04

    Hello,

    “I was confused to have answered this quiz” sounds strange to me. What did actually confuse you? Was it the fact that you had answered the quiz before? NO. What actually confused you was the quiz itself, not the fact of taking it. Your confusion did NOT precede (= happen before) taking the quiz. Thus, your sentence is incorrect and confusing, but interesting! :).

    You could say:
    “The quiz confused me (a lot). However, I was happy to have taken it.” :)

    David

      Oh, I see…Thank you for your help, David :)

      Happy04

Thank you I got 60% without watching and very good lesson.

Abdul Qayum

Hi Alex! Thanks for the lesson. I got 100% but I’m interested in one sentence. We had hoped to be done sooner. The answer is correct. It means that the first action( had hoped) happened ealier than the second action(to be done). Right?

Adam16

Confusing one!
Thank you Alex.Best my wishes to you

kami88

I got 90 :)

kami88

Great lesson. Thanks!

byte

Thanks Alex. Great explanation as always. Take care….

kulet_1010

    Yep! I agree with you. Alex explains grammar with great ease.

    Regards

    Regino

Hey Alex, very good lesson as always! Could you please explain the exercises 5 and 7? I got confused. Thank you!

Reebeca

    Hi, Reebeca! I have the same question… Greetings!

    Edinho

    It felt great ____________________.

    to have done that.
    to have been done that.

    The first option is correct, because it’s a active idea and the verb felt in the past requires the model: past idea + to have plus pp

    7. It wasn’t easy ____________________.

    to have been done that.
    to have done that.
    The second answer is considered right, because it’s also an active idea in the past that requires to have + pp. You should use to have been in case of passive idea.
    I’m not sure about my explanation… See you

    Edinho

80% without listening the lesson

emo53

Hello Alex,
It was really great lesson and it’s my pleasure to have watched this crucial lesson. Probably you will be happy to realize that I acquired 100! on this video. I would be genuinely on cloud nine if you dispatch me some links about pre followed by gerund and preposition followed by infinitive. I have to mention that I want the most common of them.

imamzada

Many thanks. I got 7, I don’t know about grammar before.You able make me understood. >,<

Tad Athasen

7/10

it is not easy, but interesting theme
thank you!

Ol-W

Thanks Alex. Great lesson, as usual.

I wonder if you could help me to forever remove a doubt I have about adverbs forever. I kow you are
always very busy, but I will waiting for your
explanation.

” I can hardly wait” x ” I can’t hardly wait”

The second sentence sounds strange to me, but,
I have heard people saying it.

What’s the correct one?

Sonia1234

8/10 :) Thanks Alex.

trananh2410

8/10 – Great lesson Alex! You are the best!

ratko

It’s confusing to be honest. :)
If you please, I wanna know when ( to ) is followed by a gerund.
And these sentences ( She is dressed / I’m amazed / she is interested…etc ) are passives or not. :)

Sameh

I got 10 Alex.It was great.Thanks.

armita

    I think u learned English b4 and u come here for pleasure. right Armita?

    Mubaraki

    GREAT
    GO ON

    omar elfarouk

HELLO ALEX
Great lesson.ILOVE YOUR TEACHING VERY MUCH

zohrehestiri

GOOD QUIZ I got 8/10

romuald

Thanks.

Nadir

10 out of 10… thank you so much to all of you guys for the amazing job you are doing.

asteropea

10/10. It was easy, thanks :)
I have a question.
How is it correct to say: “there is or there are a range of beaches”?

Nastya Valendo

Hi Alex! Thanks for the lesson. I got 100% but I’m interested in one sentence. “We had hoped to be done sooner”. The answer is correct. It means that the first action( had hoped) happened ealier than the second action(to be done). Right?

Adam16

7/10

thanks alex :)

salma baker

I’ve got 10/10
Thank you Alex

Belal Fadel

i feel little confuse with this lesson :(

Ali A. Ali

thanks

MG74

I feel happy to be got 9 out of 10.However I find it confusing to answer these quiz. Thanks Alex!

chitminthu

10/10 … Great lesson

Ali Haggag

Hi Alex,
Can you teach us?
1-IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet)
2-The rules of spoken English.
Thank you
Farooq

mfarooq1981

thank you very much ^^

Nevermindevrt

i got 8 outof 10.useful lesson Thanks lex

sagittaire

Hello,Alex, at the start I really feel confused about the sentence–“I was happy to have finished everything early.” But now, I got it. How useful lesson is. Thanks million, Alex.

noneego

fantastic video ,alex

alhassan selim

thank you Mrs Alex

Abd.lawaj

i got correct 9 out of 10. That is difficult to chosen the choice.

AonAphisit

I got 100 :)

mariaairabangoy

I got 10 out of 10 :))))

Imene1

I’m greatful for that, I got 100!Thank you for this Alex.

pablovinicius

I’ve got 100.
The matter is TO UNDERSTAND the verb structure. If you look at the PP tense present in the sentence, you can pay your attention. Take a look the question number 9.
I don’t like…TO BEEN is wrong because TO BEEN belongs to the PP structure. TO BE is correct.
Thanks Alex.

Marcio de Moraes

    Please, BEEN and not TO BEEN that is completely wrong.

    Marcio de Moraes

what an interresting lesson

ahmed bamba

Ou 9 out of 10 . maybe it’s good

RexhepKameraj

I did it! 10 out of 10!

LiliyaE

Mike’s afraid of making mistakes. Is this sentence incorrect?

Joseph111

I got 7 correct out of 10. Thank you very much Alex.

ramazan5000

I’ve got 9 out of 10. I did well! The problem is to have it sharp in a conversation.

phelipecastro

Nice to know that how these grammar structures are classified and named.

bencebacsi

i got 7 out of 10.I’m happy coz i didn’t listen to the lesson :)

khawla sdour

i got 7 out of 10 .. next time better i hope :)

devitri

I took a quiz but I didn’t get two correct. Anyway when you can use an,in,a,and,up,upon,into, onto

coach13

8/10 thank you

Jorge Pedroso

Hi Alex,I have an infinitive verb with with these sentences.
Radio shack prepares to have a bankrupcy filing.
Radio shack to prepare a bankrupcy filing.
what is the differencest between above sentences.Thank you very much.

cuongchung1

Tahnks Alex for lesson.Hello to you from Azerbaijan!

Yunisli

hmmp 7 out of 10

ramhcir

Oh! The lesson is for Advanced learner I got 5 correct out of 10. I was confused all item.

Ukrit

9 out of 10 , well done!

memo beek

Good job, thanks. The last question seemed confusing to me:
When do you plan ____________________?
to have been done?
to be done?

AlexSem

Thanks Alex

essamalhaddi

Thanks Alex.

Could you please make a lesson about prepositions of direction? I’ve got problem especially with the preposition to..

georgi

good evening!
help me leaning english!
thank you so much

hiepvietnames

I got wrong in this no.

6. We needed ____________________!
to have been told about that sooner!
to tell about that sooner!

I basically don’t get why the answer should be the passive past of the infinitive.

Like for example, if I say:

I needed you to tell me about that.

Please help. :]

Shiori-Guren

    The verb tell is used with “to tell somebody”. In your example you wrote correctly “to tell me”. So for that the answer in 6. cannot be “We needed to tell about that sooner!” because you are not told to whom “we needed to tell”.
    In the correct answer “We needed to have been told about that sooner!” you know who is been told because of the use of the passive instead of infinitive. “We” are the somebody who is been told.

    panda7

my brian was f***ed by wacthing this video.
I will keep watching again and again :D

oguz

thanks a lot Alex. i always have some problems with this topic and your lesson solved some of them.

jafar.h.lunbar

I got 70% :D

ffitore

nine correct

victor igor

hahaha got 60 hahaha

Fransiskasusant

I got 80…it is very interesting

Abrahem

Great lesson! Tnx! Adam, could you please explaine how to use Participle 1 and Participle 2?

ivanovka

80 %without watching video

Mahmoud El Fayed

alex I’m curious with verb GET this uses a lot in English
get asked
got asked
get open
got opened
would you make a video about this please
g

lakshitha gayan

Thank you very much for this lesson!!
It was clarifying!

aiace

8 correct of 10

axadkhan

Hi! dear Alex
I am very touched by what you have done for us and I cannot find the words to express my good feelings. I still join a good explanation all your lessons. wowww you’re really great, you speak so clear!!!! thanks once again.

may god bless you and your family

frankyforlife

Alex, thanks again for such a simple but

enlightening lesson! You are really great!

Thanks!

Sonia1234

10/10 Great, professor!

viacheslavkr

thanks alex you help me with my reading and you also gave me a 100% so alex thank you,………………..

cassy123

WITH OUT HAVING CLASS I GOT 70 MARKS

S NASEEB AGHA

I got 80, But I still have difficulty understanding this.

arunkumar2015

its a confusing topic i got 5 out of 10 =(

shinobi1300

Thank you so much.i got 80%

nguyentuanancdt

I got 80.. !!!

VeryKushy

hi alex, idon’t understand the difference between to have+p.p
and to have been +p.p
i want to know when to use each one

neama 456

That is great. 9/10

moke017

It’s difficult to admit that 7/10 but it’s not time to get out of here!

Gio87

10 out of 10! However, it’s a little bit difficult for me. By the way, what is the difference between ‘He’s afraid to make a mistake’ and ‘ He’s afraid of making a mistake’? I’m confused with this difference.

shinoutoshi

I like your vids about this theme. In my head intermixed everything but now I can remember and order the grammar knoledges to be indebted to you.)

SASwin

Last 5 years i have stayed in different places

is this a grammatically correct sentence ?

sufibd2010

I need some clarification! I actually opposed to my collegues views concerning some grammar exercises used in a contest. There was an exercise for students to complete saying” to fill in the blanks with MANY, MUCH or A LOT OF”. so for the sentence: She has got……friends. Some students filled in with a lot of and some with many. According to the test standard scores- the answer: She has got many friends- was considered WRONG and penalized on the grounds that A LOT OF is used only in positive senetnces whereas many and much in negative and iterrogative. Could you please clarify me ?

minanika

9 out of 10. Not so bad, however, not so perfect as would wish.

ccarlos609

Very Nice Teaching, Easy Understandable, Ten Correct Out Of Ten

jasonfan

thank you sir for this great lesson :)

mhamed1987

I got 10/10 but how we can listen this video…..? please tell me…

saher5

yes! I am so delighted to have been got 9 out of 10.

frankchang

    sorry! my comment must be changed.
    It should be “….to have been given 9…”

    frankchang

hey there engvid,kindly develop your website where we can make new friends or make a every persons”s inbox option with that source of contact where we can talk on skype to improve aur english thank you.

Kashif shahzad

excelent video… feel free to talk to me.. my skype id is cguetot :)

cguetot

I got 100%!!! Cab you believe that?!?!?! I was taught very well!!! thank you my dear teacher, for this useful lesson :)

Sally S

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Sally S

I got 5 correct out of 10.

pongthep

You always make everything easy Alex. Thanks. :)

Demosa

Alex, It was a good lesson, but unfortunately I’m still confused with active and passive infinitives. Now, I’m going to practice more with other lessons that you recommended. Thanks for all!

miandriolli

    Yep! You hit the nail on the head Miadriolli.

    What we all need is more practice: Practice makes perfect.

    Bye for now!

    Regino

From where can I locate a list of videos in the appropriate order or sequence to watch them?

Anika.goyal

Alex i still confused, previous video (10 common verbs followed by infinitives) in the example you have given, there are:
1. They agreed to make the deal
2. Chris chose to stay at home
3. He promised to come
is these active past right?
but in this video, u say that active past use to have + pp
please enlighten me
Thank you Alex :D

hervind

Thanks Alex, very useful lesson, so if anyone would take conversation with me en english I’ll expect you in “Moez Be” this is my pseudo in facebook, I’m the man with blue cap. best regard.

moezbesbes

10 out of 10 …it was helpful…thanks…

neneihi

Excellent lesson, Alex! and challenging quiz. Thank you! I would like to see a lesson about the difference between “for + ING” and “to + verb”.
I’ll be grateful.

Jlourenco38

i got the 4 correct out of 10

srik896

I got 90 :)

Menghan

Hi Alex thanks very much! I hope I do better.

wendi

I got 6 out of 10, thank you very much Alex .

bammie

many thanks alex it was great i got 8 out of 10 i was a little bit confused to answer some question but i did well .. i hope you to do a lesson on passive voice because i have troubles with understanding this grammar .. you have a nice day alex

aboood1994

I got 90%

Imtithal Saeed

please change these sentences to passive
1- They didn’t ask me my name.
2-There was a fight at the party but no body got hurt .
3- some body should have cleaned the windows .
4- my bicycle has disappeared it must have stolen .

waleed alglessy

    Iwasn’t asked about my name.
    it is passive form
    the windows should have been cleaned.
    it must have been stolen

    mohamed owais

I like this method to learn english thank you professor

Luis1602

I got 9 correct out of 10, but I still need to do exercise more. Thank you for the test.

hunter92

hello everybody
Im looking for foreign friends to English practice
would you like we can talk on the skype…my e mail srk.tsn@gmail.com

estiyen

10 out of 10 yipee

Anderson

i have got 90% but i can’t speak very fluently. can u help me with that?

Mayank225

Thank you very much for everything.

doduchiep10042000

Thanks, I am loving to see this videos, I have been learning a lot!

espericardo

Hello There Alex and Thank YOU

javad3001

He Alex i know I was not easy lessen
I needed to have be taken lesson like that befor
Thank u very very mush

Amas

Hello Alex
I know it was not easy lesson
I needed to be have takken lesson like that befor
Thank u very very much

Amas

Hello alex
I realy know ,it was not easy lesson
I needed to have been gotten a lesson like that before
Than u very much
I think i write well !!!!!!!!!

Amas

these lessons are so helpful.Thanks

jaguarr

hi Alex. Thank you for this great lesson. i got 10/10
It was not so difficult though, but it was great. Next time make them more difficult.
thank you.

Lucie AR

Thank you Teacher Alex for your good explanatiom,I believe grammar is very important but to study it is very hard. my problem is grammar and words.

Enkutatash

hi alex! I have a question .. I hope you can answer me.. I’ve watched this video already and about active and passive gerunds so what’s the difference between ‘you seem to have forgotten your jacket’ and ‘ you seem having forgotten your jacket’ or ‘they expect to be invited’ and they expect being invited’ or ‘I am happy to have been invited’ and ‘I’m happy having been invited’? Can I use both for the same purpose or how they differ? thank you so much alex!! you’re an amazing tacher!

blueapplee

Thanks,Alex.
This is an excellent course for me that let me easy and clear to understanding about it, “Active and Passive Infinitives “.

Archie.Hsu

Thank you, It is useful.

Tisana

I got only 8 out of 10. thank you very much. I have learnt a lot from your useful lesson.

Ning Archaree

10/10.
Very useful lesson. Thanks)

Sveta2015

Helo! Good lesson teacher! thanks

Ieda12

100 % Perfect :D

dvelopp

Hi? Alex! I’ve watched your wonderful lesson trying to understand one nuance about the use of infinitives, but unfortunately I didn’t get the answer. My question is this: while doing a test on the use of infinitives, I wrote, “The suitcase was too heavy to be moved”, but my answer was marked wrong as it was supposed to be “The suitcase was too heavy to move”. I don’t understand why I should use the active form instead of the passive one here. Maybe you could clear things up for me. Thank you.

Telemach

I got 7 correct out of 10. I’m stupid.

galina spirina

I got 90. Thanks a lot. good quiz .

Soei

I hate grammar

Amer.Rayes

Thanks again.

Soei

I got 90. Great job.

vkachan69

Is this sentence correct “To study to be a teacher”?

0e0e0

i cannot find the previous lesson, functions of infinitives??;(

Juzi

Got 9 out of 10. Almost perfect, i only got confused on question #10… thanks alex.

Ryan18

10/10
Without watching the lesson.

AlexMik

great job alex. i got 100/100

odok

You got 8 correct out of 10.
:)

SUKRUT JAIDEE

thanks :)

Mirtha Suarez Grandez

Sir,First of all Thank you very much for such an usful lesson.I am having trouble to learn infinitive,especially perfect continous infinitive. What does it mean…Would u please post a complete lesson especially on it.

Ashrafuzzaman

I think it’s very important task of English grammar. I learned it as ‘infinitive with to / with out to’ still confusing even after this video. Alex you are rushing besides not given us the definition or explanation before you pass to examples. its the soul of speaking English in every day life. please take a time and teach us well. thanks!

pawpaw

9 out of 10

Jawad hodaifa

thanks 60

Satilmis

Hello Alex, I have a question on this lesson.
Is it possible to use bare infinitive in active past?
Please consider this sentence:
I saw him go (active present)
I saw him have gone(active past)

yasmikash

Thanks Alex for your lessons. The best way for learning English is writing a lot of and see all the videos for Engvid. I need to improve my level and you help me.

capi007

I’m happy/glad/proud to have gotten/completed/finished 10 of 10. LOL

zyou

I have a question, Alex. I watched this video, but I am still confronting difficulties with a sentence.

Q: We can order goods online to have them delivered to our houses.

According to your video it seems Active Past where I want this sentence to convey a very general statement (Present Simple).
Is my given sentence right or wrong? If it is wrong, what could be the possible sentence.

RAFIQ RANA

Please include a session for participles under Non-finite verbs.

Harish929

Thanks Alex!

Alex-1956

Hi Alex, Thanks you very much for this beautiful lesson. Please include a session for direct infinitives.

Harish929

8 correct out of 10 )))

danadamir

10 correct out of 10!!! Thanks a looooooot again Alex!!

Nilaaa

10/10 Thank you, Alex!

viacheslavkr

thanks alex this video very helpfuly for my exam

iman.kh

I got 80 points I admire your way of teaching

almowahed

Great, I’m so happy to have gotten 100! Thanks a lot Alex🤗

rikaprana

i really enjoyed

gracesonraj

10 out of 10!!! Thanks a lot Alex! I look forward to having more detailed, more Advanced lessons.

Pirmammet

Marvellous lesson! Thank a lots Alex!Grazie!<3.

AlessandroItaly

Got 8 of 10 correct.
Thanks.

Aung Win Naing Naing

I did nice,9 of 10, thanks even though I knew it

Edwinfeliz16

i got a 10 uhhhhhou

Edna Barrera

Thank you

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