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Very useful.
Thanks a lot Emma

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    thanks a lot emma

    bilal

    Emma, thanks a lot!

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    Dear Emma, thank you very much for your teaching. You are the best teacher, I am very much appreciated to you. I am learning from you and commit learning more. I disibility in Ennglish writing and speaking. Warmest regards,

    Sinath

    This quiz was allotted one minute to answer on it

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My score 10 out of 10. I fell happy about that. thank you so much.

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Very good and useful

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Thank you so Much Emma Is easy to understand =)

KmmN

It is a good lesson,a lot of people like it.

Cuong ta

It is clear and useful lessone :D
I got 10/10 !!

Thank you

Hala

Thanks a lot ))

Asi

thx, because there is no a pro native english teacher in Shanghai, however I can study from here, and really help me a lot!!

a Shanghainese guy

hi Emma ,thanks for lesson !!! I couldn’t get one thing, can’t I say for example ( I love you a lot) ??? will that mean I love you often ??? ..thanks beforehand !!!

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    Activities + “a lot” = “often”
    Feelings + “a lot” = “very much” xD

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      Thanks,Morfik.

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thank a lot Emma
I feel happily

joe

Hi Emma,

Thank you for building confidence in me.

Poonam.

poonam

It was a new thing in this lesson for me. I didn’t know the word allot until now. But I cann’t do the quiz The program is not working for me. This is sad, because I’d like to prove my progress.

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thanks a lot emma it is usefull for learners

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great lesson, the word “allot” is new word to me
I got 100% in the quiz.
thanks a lot

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my score 9/10 thank a lot of Emma

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    I’m glad you guys liked the lesson! Well done!

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      Thank you Mam.You are awesome.

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Why can’t it be “lots” in third question?
I think both are correct…
The school has a lot of computers.
or
The school has lots of computers.

Ridhi

    Hi Ridhi,

    You can say that the school has lots of computers. In the quiz though, there is no option for “lots of”. There is an option for “lots”, but this is incorrect because it is missing the “of”.

    Profile photo of Emma Emma

    Hi! you’re right, but the option “lots” hasn’t “of “. It is needed before noun. Remember? Take a second look!

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thanks alot

ahmed

thks emma

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I killed it!!

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it’s useful for me.thanks a lot =)

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Was the Halloween lesson deleted? The lesson which taught by Jon.

Henry Lam

Great lesson Emma!

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I have a few questions:

1. Is “lots” plural form of “a lot”?
2. Can we use “whole lots” instead of “a whole lot”?
3. Emma, why do you pronounce the word “often” with the “t” sound? Is this a normal way to pronounce it, or just a Canadian issue, or maybe only Americans pronounce this word without “t”?

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    Pronouncing t in “often” surprised me too. I remember my English teacher said that the t is silent in the word often. But now I read this article (http://www.dailywritingtips.com/how-do-you-pronounce-often/), at the end there is a poll and 51.05% of the voters pronounce the t in “often”. Funny thing :)

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      “until some time in the 15th century when a consonant simplification occurred in some words that had two or more consonants in a row. It was at this time that speakers stopped pronouncing…”

      — Awesome xD — maybe when I have problems with some letters in a word, I just stop pronounce them for a letter simplification xD — I’m still laughing. xD

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    Hi Morfik,

    You’ve asked many excellent questions.

    1) Both “a lot” and “lots” are used with plural count nouns (e.g. I have a lot of friends, I have lots of friends) and non-count nouns (e.g. I have a lot of milk, I have lots of milk). They mean the same thing. The only difference is that “a lot” is more formal than “lots”.

    2) You cannot use “whole lots” or “a whole lots”. The only correct form of this expression is “a whole lot of”.

    3) Some people pronounce the t in “often” while others do not pronounce it. You can choose either way. Both are acceptable. There are many forum threads on the pronunciation of “often”. Some of them get quite heated. I believe that in the United States, the silent t pronunciation is more common.

    Profile photo of Emma Emma

      Thanks!

      Profile photo of morfik morfik

      Hi Emma!
      It is very good lesson! I have no doubts about lots, allot and so on, anymore. Thanks!

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I’ve Learned much today.
Thanks.

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Wow ,interesting & full of enthuism as well

hardeep nijjar

Thank you.

Eliza

Vous êtes very mignone with ce top mademoiselle !
Your leçon was très interesting comme always.
Maybe nous pouvons exchange french and english knowledge.
As j’ai read votre comment sur yourself, je know that vous are intéressée in français.
Count sur moi if vous need du help en French.
For the record: Those mistakes were made on purpose ^^
Byeee !

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    did you offer help in learning french ?
    kind regards

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    Merci beaucoup! Vous êtes très gentil!

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    That’s not frensh ^^

    soufiane fadil

thanks Emma.

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I like a lot these videos! Thanks Emma!

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hi.
Teacher Emma,
I had a lot of confused on this word now I understand little bit so I’m very happy on your lesson I’M Expecting same support from your side continuously I’m every day watching engvid videos thank you very much for your lesson

prem khati

    Thank you for watching our videos! We will continue to do our best to help you all learn English!

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      Thank you very much emma

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thank you so much!

karim

Really thanks a lot

Mona

thanks a lot

nelly

Good lesson

Bat

you have lots of great lessons.

Nexi

Can you teach us about have,has and had

Nexi

hi Emma ^_^
thanks a lot for your lesson i lerned about it a lot i hope we can see you soon with another video lesson take care ^_^

kadi03

u really help a whole lot to us………

priyanshu raj

Congratulations, it’s very interresting and helpful

algassimou

Lots of thanks for such a useful lesson

BBK

this lesson is very impotent i m feeling well thank

sarwan singh

    I think you mean important! :)

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lots of us we are happily with these kind of topics, I’m start 2 believe in god. thanks a million Emma.

Efrain

very interesting and helpful.i didn’t know the verb allot before .

natali

    I’m glad you allotted some of your time to this video! :)

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      thanks for you

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thank you ! it is not only useful but essential to know also .

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thank you very much Emma for this excellent explanation. I want you to learn me how to conserve lots of English words as my basic language is Arabic.

Egyptian student

Hi Emma thank u a lot

Leyla

I leaned a lot in your lecture.

ABID

Emma, please reply to this question, I need the answer ASAP. Is it correct to say: I have lived here for 21 year VS I have lived here for 21 years. As you could notice, it’s about the noun YEAR after number 21. Does it take singular or plural form. Thank you immensely.

Marko

    “I have lived here for 1 year.”
    “I have lived here for 2 years.”

    “I have lived here for 21 years.” xD

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      Morfik, I see you mastered English enough to make me want to become friends. Do you have a facebook account?

      Marko

        Sure — facebook.com/morfikov

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      Morfik is correct! I have made a video which will be coming soon on common number mistakes. I’ve addressed this one in the video!

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Thanks a lot for this lesson.

Karen

Great Teacher, she speaks very calm, and she explains very well.

adriano

I got 9 correct out of 10.
:)

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    excellent!

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Emma, that was great. Thanks ;)

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100 :]
Thank you

Du7a

Many thanks Emma

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Thanks a lot Ms. Emma! That was a wonderful lesson.:)

Moroccan

Very interesting and thanks a lot.

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Thank you but a little confusion (:

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Thank you emma

gerarl

Thanks, I have a lot of fun in learning English.

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i like grammer but all of told speed your try to slowly and means also clear told Please….
i leaorn english here

viswanathan

Thanks for the lesson ☻ .
I have a question, would u answer me?
In ur example u used teach+ing after “to” (… to teaching English), Isn’t that after the word to the verb becomes finite?? Plz clarify this to me ☺
And I need a lesson about the words” may, might” when do I use them in a sentence!! What’s the difference between I may .. I might .. ? ☺☻

Rozanna

    You can use “to” in many ways. In this case “to” means “for”. — I think so. xD

    So, I could rewrite the sentence to: “I allot most of my time for teaching English.” — I’m not sure if “for” is good here.

    Maybe this scene from matrix will clarify this issue. :)

    Get some rest.
    You’re going to need it.
    For what?
    Your training.

    What is the difference between “may” and “might”? If you have two sentences: “It may happen.” and “It might happen.” — The first one is more likely to happen.

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    Hi Rozanna,

    I think you’ve asked an excellent question. In this case, “to” is a preposition and “teaching English” acts like a noun, not a verb. Sometimes gerunds can be nouns, for example, “Teaching English is fun”. Here are some more examples of the preposition “to”, followed by a gerund acting as a noun:

    I look forward to meeting you.
    I devoted some time to practicing French.
    John really took to swimming.

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      Hi Emma. This is a big issue for me as well. I´ve never understood this “to + ing verb form” and it really bugs me A LOT. I think a lesson about it could be very usefull.

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Hello Mam, Am I right if I say ”I have to do a lot of work”. plz help me by giving me reply
thanks.

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    I would rewrite it to: “I have a lot of work to do.”, but I think that your sentence is good too.

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      Both are fine! Thank you Morfik for all of your clear answers and for taking the time to help others! It is much appreciated.

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Thank you Emma

its very useful

Shas

>often<
it's pronoun as offen or often.

abdul rahman

    Both ways are acceptable. I think in the United States, it is more common to hear it pronounced without the t.

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10/10 :)
thank you Emma…
thanks a lot my dear teacher…..

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10/10 !Thank you very much Professor Emma ! I usually allot some time to check if there are new videos on Engvid.com because i am learning a whole lot from you !! Thank you very much again :)

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Emma… If I say I love you a lot it means often?

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    No, it means “I love you very much”.

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you’re still good….

jean-paul

thank you Master! :))

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Thank you Emma,
I did’t know the verb allot before.

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i allot most of my time to watch engvid

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    Engvid approves :D

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Emma thank you very much …the best teacher ever . You lessons like a dream…. thanks a lot … by the way i waited a lot of time to see your new lesson … it’ll be better if you created you lessons more often

Alex

Emma you admirable teacher
thank a lot
I just have some questions
this word ^ an awful lot ^
can I use it instead of ^a whole lot^ or it wrong to be used ^
also^^a lot of^^ can it be used with years or days ??

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    Thank you Hisham for your question!

    “An awful lot” is very similar to “a whole lot”. They both are used to add emphasis. However, “an awful lot” is used more often to show something is negative. Here are some examples:

    1) You have an awful lot of work to do.
    2) You were sick an awful lot this year.
    3) Kyung Hyun has an awful lot of stress these days.

    In terms of your second questions, you can use “a lot” with days and years. Here are some examples:

    1) A lot of days went by.
    2) It took a lot of years for Cindy to get out of jail.
    3) She’s taken a lot of Mondays off work.

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      lots of thank to you Emma ^^

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Thank you so much Emma. Lesson is really interesting, even thought some information have known to me.

Isi

thanks emma it was helpful,and I got 10 answer correct.

briarmahmud007

    Well done!

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thanks a lot

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This lesson was great. I am learning, I got 7/10 it’s so challenging to me. More lessons! Thanks! Emma, definitely appreciated.

Nick

This lesson was great. I am learning, I got 7/10 it’s so challenging to me. More lessons! Thanks! Emma, definitely appreciated.

nico33

Thanks your lessons are of great help
I learnt a lot

Rana

i got 100
thank you it was helpful

dan

thank you so much emma ,really all of your lessons are clear , i hope every one understand it clearly , i can say you are the most english professional teachers in the world ,you have better experience ,your teaching ways are so amazing with no feeling boring at all , first i thank to the god who make easy for you this profession second i thank to you, see you next lesson bye bye

ahmed

Thank you a lot, Emma. I got a lot of things from this lesson. I will allot more of my time to learn this website. I have not known the verb allot before. This is so instructive.

Nguyen

Thank you Emma.That was a nice experience.I enjoyed it a lot.

Reena

Thank’s a lot ! ;-)) I had got 10/10 yhanks to you.

ganery

Thanks Emma! Great video :)

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many thanks

khalid

Thanks a lot Emma

Mahmoud

Hi Emma,
Thanks a whole lot for this lesson.
Have a nice day..

Amrsohal

Thanks for this new knowledge is very useful and is so easy to understand.

Romy

I learned a lot.
Thanks a lot.
I have alloted more time to improve my English.
You taught me a lot of new things today.
Am I correct?

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    Correct! :)

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      again thanks a lot for replying my comment.

      ABID

Thanks! Then if I say she loves a lot it means that she loves often? Correct? I have one more question..if I say he likes eating fruits a lot….it means he likes eating fruits often?

tmozzer

    Hi Tmozzer,

    “She loves a lot” sounds strange. What does she love a lot? Does she love art a lot? Does she love history a lot? Does she love her family a lot? “Love” is a verb which is used with an object.

    I think if you want to add emphasis for like and love, it is better to use “really” instead of “a lot”. Here are some examples:

    1) She really loves art.
    2) She really loves history.
    3) She really loves her family.

    Instead of saying he likes eating fruits a lot, it sounds better to say “He really likes eating fruits”. This emphasizes how much he enjoys eating fruit. Although you might hear “a lot” used to add emphasis, “really” sounds better and is much more common.

    “A lot” can also mean often. “I eat fruit a lot” clearly means often. “I like eating fruit a lot” is not as clear, and so you may need to use other sentences to figure out if it means often or if it’s there for emphasis.

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      so what is the big different between understanding these

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Hi Emma, I only want to say you about, what happen with allot?

xaxopio

Hi Emma
This lesson of yours is great; and you too

Neusa

    PS. I like you a lot

    Neusa

Thanks a lot Emma :-)

negar

Thank you Emma :)

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    :)

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thank you so must.. these lesson are very useful for me. I will practice everyday. fighting!!!!!!!

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I like it!
Thanks

mtkza

I like your lessons very much! Thanks a lot!

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you are a very good teacher i like you Emma

Saliha

thnax that’s was very sample

aldulimee

Thank you for the beautiful lesson! :)

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i showed a lot of time for engvid^^

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thank you :)

lynn

Hi Emma, very clear your explanations as always.
I didn´t know the meaning of the word allot.
Thanks from Barcelona

Esther.C

Thank you a lot Emma .I ALLOT MY TIME TO WATCH YOUR VIDEOS

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    i have a lot of time to whatch emma’s videos
    thanks lots of

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100
This lesson has a lot of fun.

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Thank you a lot. When i watch your lesson. my mood was perfect. thank a lot because you gave me positive energy. take care

mehin

I got 10 correct out of 10.
Thanks Emma. You are a great teacher!!

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Thank you : )

Fern

Thanks Emma now i understand the deference.

mariam

i like this lesson

fathima

Thanks a lot!

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thank you so much!

tantan

hi!how r u. i want to request u. i want to make an id here but its not.

Omamah Hasan

    Just click here to sign up for an account!

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I allotted my times to learned English on this video. You are a very good teacher, so I feel want to thanks to you “Thanks a lot for your teaching”

Lovelily

my score is 10 out of 10 , thanx alot emma <3

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Thanks. I learned a lot of English with your video.

Nelly

thanks a lot

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It was a good explanation.Thank you.

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Thanks miss. EMMA >> i like your lessons ,,
you are a good teacher

Soso

thanks alot ..
I like your lessons
actually EMMA you are my best teacher <3

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that’s great Emma|thanks a lot|

hida

thanks a lot emma :)

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Thanks a lot…
I got 10 correct out of 10.
And I like your lessons..^^

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thank you a whole lot

fari

Thank you Emma, all your lessons are useful and helpful. Thank you Alain for your generosity.

Jawad

Thanks Emma :)

katerinapas1

Waaaaaaaaaaah! Iloved her ! Thank you very much Emma, hugs, I got it

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Thank you . :)

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Thank you very much Emma:) or Thank a lot!:)

Nicki

Thanks a lot for the lesson ;-)

Angelo

hi Ms. Emma. After watching Jame’s lesion ‘clean yourself’. I wish to learn about make up lesion, how to put things on our faces (eyes, lips, cheeks…) our nails, etc … I think Ms.Emma knows better than Mr. James. cause you’re a woman. Hope you can make a lesion for that, thanks a lot

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    Thanks for the suggestion Lu Lu!

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      Thanks Emma for your amazing lessons,
      I just want to teach us where and when we use (for and to) I studied them a lot but I did not practice them, I remember in one day I have a friend of mine he was American I asked him “I’m looking for a place for playing football” he said you mean to play football so please could you help us with that I will be thankful

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Thank you much i wish that you have ahappy live

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I allot my time on watching EngVid, and I get result!
I enjoy these videos a lot!
Thank you so much!

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Thanks a lot to teach us…

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OMG you are awesome like always,thank you so a lot for teaching us ,I got 10 correct out of 10 ;)

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Thanks so much Emma

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thanQ EMMA.
Im new to engvid.pls advice me to order of study parts.i mean grammar,writing excetraaa

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Hi, Emma, I have a whole lot of thank for you about this video, and I watch this website a lot” of is cancel right”. and I allot half my time to watch your and engvid’s teachers videos everyday. oh, I allot these words and thank between you and other teachers, But How? you tell ,me

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oh, Emma , one more thing, I want to thank your parents a lot, because of you ,you’re angel. I wish if you were a teacher in my country” Jordan” and other teachers the engvid’s teachers.

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Thank you, I learnt a lot of things today. Thanks a lot.

John

I learned a whole lot of stuff today, thanks !

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Thank you very much teacher.I am from Panama and in my country english has become mandatory to get a job.Ty u for your time

omar

    Thanks again everyone for your questions and comments!

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it’s very important , this lesson.

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Thanks a lot for your great lessons and for your interactivity.
I usually do mistakes when using: fast/ quickly / speedy / in a rapid manner / with great speed .
Sorry to ask a question which is not related to the topic of the lesson, but may you make a lesson on this idea?
Many thanks

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Hey Emma
thanks a lot or thank you so much
which one is sound better to use

omar

Fully explained, thanks :)

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You got 10 correct out of 10.

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Teacher-U are the best teacher I have ever had… I can’t express all my feelings as my vocab is not strong..I watch your lessons ,hear your voice and sees your face whenever I turn my laptop on..I not only love your language but your country toooo.
Sometimes, I think it would have been great if I had been born in your country and grown up there….. But , I have a hidden dream of visiting your oneday ….
But, I really can’t handle your language.It’s too hard to learn as I think that one should start learning English at the age of two or three.I’m now 23+,completed my school education.I can’t go back in the past nor can I grow up again.I have been a member of this educational as well as helpful website for more than one and half years,learned a lot but still can’t make a single appropriate sentence..I don’t know whatever I have written in this short comment is correct or not.You may find my comment hard to make out.I wanna start everything from the scratch.I need your suggestion.

kamakshya sharma

Thanks a lot for wonderful teaching video. I’ve found it very useful to know the differences.

Reza

So can you please tell me what it’s the difference between a lot and lot?

Reza

thanks a lot

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Thank you. It is very useful.

cs

very interesting lesson .thanks very much emma!!!

tofik

I’m sending a lot of thanks to you for your contribution to our English…

Omer

My score 9 out of 10. I fell happy about that. thank you so much.

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I allot one hour to teaching english every night

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Merci Emma

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wiiiiiiiiiiii iv’e got 10 out of 10 thank you you’re wonderful :))

meme

thanks a lot for this lessons

abdalhalim

hi emma i am very sad to get 7 out of 10
next time i promsside that iwill study hard to get 10 out of 10

osama

Thanks a lot for your time and this great work.
I want to ask some questions aa the following:
1-I like eating fruits a lot.
what about ” a lot” ? is it mean often or or very much ?

2-when to use each of allot , devote and assign the three give me the same meaning but how can i distinguish beteen their usage

3-also when to use a large number of instead a lot of and lots of ?

Thanks a lot

Samar

thank you teacher Emma . you are great in teaching

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realy nice. i like it

roze

Hi Ms. Emma !
When we say ” little and a little ”
” few and a few ”
THANKS IN ADVANCE .

Atef

Thank you so much,
Very useful indeed.

Azita bibi

I have got 9 out of 10

Zuhra

can we use verb+ing form after (to)or not in this lesson i have seen a sentence (i allot most of my time to teaching English) what i know is after to we can’t us verb+ing form . am i right or wrong

M Azam Khan

hey Emma.. thanks a lot ..
u are helping a lot to us.. thank u..

by the way u r looking qte ;-)

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i have got 10/10 TC mem

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smart and beautiful Miss

jhon

Thank you Emma :)

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Thanks a lot emma.
I have learned a lots from you.
You have alloted your time with this lesson.

Ramil

hi emma.. gimme rep

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It was great and useful.
thanks a lot dear friend Emma.

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Iam really like ur classes Master Emma
thank you alot

Alhagam

you look great Emma!

Mark

This was helpful thanks a lot.

Ashwani Singal

thaks Emma

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I got 10 out of 10 :)

elif

Thanks A LOT. These lessons help out A LOT and I am glad that I ALLOT time to practice.

FELLOW ENGLISHMAN

Thank you for your teaching!!

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Hello Mrs. Emma,
I’m from Egypt,Cairo
Thanks a lot, I scored 9/10.
you’re a great teacher.

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Thanks again Emma, you did lots of good job!

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Thanks a lot Mrs. Emma.

why did you use gerund (teaching) after (to) in your example “I allot most of my time to teaching English”?
I know that verb after “to” must be in infinitive, Is that right?

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hi ! you done great job , one things more that should say , which you looking so sexy in this styl , . thanks for your gret time for us. wish you all the best , keep it up

hamidi

wow!thanks a lot to Emma

omar faruq

hi, thanks Emma, but today I’m not happy because i got 9 correct out of 10 in the questions.

Anes

Thanks Emma..

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thank u for ur great work
Please i need more explanation about quantifaires

mohammed

emma thanks a lot ,i want to ask u q,the pronounce of word often isnot the letter T asilent letter????

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Thanks a lot Emma.
You’re so cute.

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Thanks a lot engvid.com family ;)you are awesome.These lessons are really helping us to improve our english.Take care bye :)

Goksel

Thanks a lot. This is very useful. I need a lot of practice to my English.

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Thanks a lot Emma for this useful lesson. I didn’t know before now the verb allot.

Lori

It is clear and very useful lesson.
I got 10/10 !!
Thank you emma

shakki

Very nice emma..thank you…i got 10/10..:)

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thank no

vishal

Wow!!! 10/10!!! A perfect lesson Emma!!!
Thank you very much!!
Best wishes!!

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THIS IS THE BEST ENGLISH SITE EVER

SHIMAA

THANKS A LOT

SHIMAA

what a wonderful class!

beto315

What a very useful and interesting lesson!
Thanks a lot, Emma.

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Thanks Emma for your clear and interesting lessons. I´m studying English now and it is very useful to me. I see your lessons a lot.

Hugo

Thank you veru much Emma, awesome lesson

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Thanks Emma, it’s important to know and differentiate these things.

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Thanks a lot.

Fatima

thanks a lot Emma it was nice lesson .but when can I use alot .please answer

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I got 10/10 thanks a lot

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There are a lot of comments.

tony

10 out of 10. Thank you so much.

kim

Yeah I got 10 out of 10… Thank you so much Emma, I now know not to use Alot ever again. I have improved my English skills a whole lot since I joined Eng.Vid.

joytell

It’s awesome! thanks a lot! I got 10 points :D

gnol

The lesson is interesting, i know that i need to spend more time for your videos. I’ve get a lot of knowledge.
Thanks a lot!

nguyễn hoàn

Thanks Emma .. Now I can allot my time a lot in order to allot my efforts in learning a lot of things and then I can get a whole lot of marks… is that right ,Emma?.

– Can (a lot of ) be replaced by many or much?
– Do they have the same use?

hisham

Thanks a lot.

Is it a correct sentence or not ?

:)

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you have a nice way to teach . and nice smile

mohammad

hi,
Teacher Emma,
I had a confused on those words but now I understand thank you very much for your great lessons.

prem khati

I start to allot more time on your class because I can learn a lot from you. Thank you a lot!

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engvid teachers are best….a lots of tahnks

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a lot of thanks…

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hello miss emma, my name Anggara, just call me gara … thank you for lesson. I can answer 8 questions out of 10 questions. I still have to learn the lessons of grammar, Because my toefl scores very poorly. Nice to meet you …

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that is great

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Thanks a lot. i think i’m falling in love, in this site.

AK

we love you so much Emma, thank you for your useful lesson :)

ali ihsan

I’m a new member :) and it made me very very happy to find you. This acquaintance will be really worthy for me…
I’ve just finish this lesson as my first lesson. that was great.
Thank you very much dear TEACHER :)

Pooya

Yes it is very essential to know . ..Thank you Emma

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please explain me about the thanks and thank you so much or thanks a lot

Farid

Thank you very much I have learned a whole lot

abdulazizalmass

Nice vídeo I Learned a lot.

Wanderlan J Silva

9 correct out of 10 – Thomas from Poland thx

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Thank you a lot. Lots of what you said was allotted directly to my brain. My attention was allotted to what was being said, and sometimes it was diverted to what was being revealed. Again lots of thank.

Emma fan

Thanks for your lessons. I just have one comment: I think it is necessary to emphasize the fact that “alot” is totally wrong. Isn’t it?

MaraVzla

Dear Emma, Thanks a lot for your lesson.
I have two questions regarding to your reply to Hisham’s question.
you have mentioned this example:
2) You were sick an awful lot this year.
IS it correct to say “an awful lot of this year” instead of “an awful lot this year”?

My second question is about the following sentence:

2) It took a lot of years for Cindy to get out of jail.
Is it correct to say ” It took a lot of years for Cindy to getting out of jail”?
Is “to” a preposition here like in the sentence “John really took to swimming.”?

zahra

Thank you.

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thanks a lot dear teacher, it was very helpful.

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Emma, You are a wonderful teacher!

Rodrigo

thankyou very much Emma.

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hi, how are you? Emma. this is a great lesson

sovannaranou

Thank you.Teacher

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Hi Emma, all lessons from this website is very good for learning and I refer lot of information. Only I need to ask you one thing, the pronunciation for the word ‘often’ is not of-ten because T is silent. Please let me know if I am wrong.Thanks

Ripu

100
Thanks…

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i have one doubt..is it compulsory to use ” a ” letter in front of “whole” and “lot”????
plz reply to my question and thanks in advance Emma… :-)

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Very nice Emma…thanks a lot..

paulopinto

it was a really nice lesson which i had really diffcalty,thank u so much for this lesson

Fatama

100… Thank you Emma))

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10x Emma!

Ragi

Thank you Emma

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hi
the lessons are really interesting i enjoy it much

abdul qadeer

hi emma: this quize i have got a 7 collecut 3 was misteake. do you think pass this quize?

i have a lots/a whole lots of pens.
is this a collecut sentence?
i have a lots/a whole lots of paper.
is this a collecut sentence?
now i am still difficult with allot ( alloted),a lot and
a whol lot 
plese i would like to have a more exsample.
thank you very much all yourlessons.
i am glad to have your lessons.
thanks emma.

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    Hi ichi345nobu, let me help you : I guess the right spelling is “correct”, not collecut. Mistake instead “misteake”. The correct sentences are:
    I have lots of pens.—I have a lot of paper.—
    The verb “allot” actually means to distribute something, to divide. You can allot your money among your children, you can allot some oranges among your children, you can allot the pencils among the students…. For example: I allot a whole lot of pencils among the students. It means that I give a big amount of pencils to the students. ” A lot of ” means a big amount. “A whole lot” is a big big amount, a bigger amount… I hope my explanation is clear enough…:)) Bye

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I had never seen the word “allot” before, this was quite an interresting lesson. Thank you very much for teaching this new word to me.

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Thanks a lot.

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thank you, Emma!

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Thank you so much, Emma!

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thanx

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Thanks for a needfull tutorial.It’s going to help me a lot.

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I’m grateful for your usefull lessons !

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i got 8 out of 10 :)

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Thanx a lot Emma.I got 9/10

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Thank you for the videos! I have a question.
The meaning of allot reminds me the verb “to allocate”. What is the difference between these verbs?

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Hi Emma
Thank you so much for this video, Very interesting lesson.

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Thank you so much

I scored 10/10

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I allotted my time here and I don’t regret! I’ve learned a lot here! Thanks a lot, Emma!

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Thanks a lot, Emma.

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100 I’m happy

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I’m from costa rica no from brasil

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Thank you Emma This lesson was quite useful for thanks a million.

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Thank you Emma. Your lesson is very helpful, but I noticed something in your example no. 2 “I allot most of my time to teaching English.” to is infinitive and teaching is a gerund right? Is it alright to use “to teaching”? Thank you…

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thanks

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Hi Emma,
your explanations are great!
I´ve got 10 out of 10, but better than
this score is – I was sure, I didn´t fail.

You´re really an excellent teacher!
I thank you so much.

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Thanks Emma:) 10/10

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I got 100. Thaks Emma.

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thank you so much teacher

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Thank you teacher. I learn a lot

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Thank you!

Dear Emma,
I have 2 questions.
1. We can say: I read a lot.
Can we say “I read lots”?

2. I’ve heard about word “loads”.
Does it reffer this lesson in some way or not?

Thank you in advance :)

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i understand your speak .

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nice lesson ;) i corrected 10 of 10 questions

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Very good class Emma. Thanks…

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Thank you ” A lot ” My teacher ;)

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Thanks a lot,Emma.

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Thanks, dear Emma!
My score is 10/10, but two questions still bother me.
1. Whole Lotta Love by Ben Harper used to have lots of admirers (as for me, at first I heard its remake by Led Zeppelin – WOW!!!). Is “whole lotta” without an article acceptable informal version of “a whole lot of” or is it a literary technique to create an image of illiterate hippie?
2. Thanks a lot. Why not “A lot of thanks”?
Thanks again.

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    P.S. Sorry, LZ version was original, and Ben Harper’s was remake, of course. But, no matter, that’s not the item to study here.

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Thank You Emma. Very good lesson. I’ve got 10 correct:-)

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Thx Q :)

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It is great and i grasped a lot.

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I have been alloted 10 minutes a day to watch your english lessons since last week! thanks!!

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    Hi ever1101: I think that the correct sentence should be: I have alloted 10 minutes…. “been” is not necessary in this case…You could say: I ‘ve been allotting 10 minutes…

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thank you teacher so much this lesson lot of help me

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thanks, your lesson is great

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awesome.

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Hi Emma thanks for lesson. Could you make a lesson about too/as well? What is the diffrence? I have problem with that. If someone else know that, please write it down:)

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I love It because of you

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thanks Emma your speak is very clear

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I have a few questions:
I can not Find out between A lot and alot, with the Space between a and the word lot. Ill” be thanks for the answer.

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Iam very excited Emma, thank you lots

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Thank you a lot, It,s very useful
I got 100 grades

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Lots of thanks to you Emma for teaching us so nicely.

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Thanks, Emma! U’re a ”Great Teacher”!

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Thank you a lot !I have lots of experience from your lesson .

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Thanks a Lot Teacher

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I want to ask about the third example of allot. (I allot most of my time to teaching English” . Should it be “for teaching English” or “to teach English” not “to teaching English” ?

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    Hi terevie, I think that in this case “teaching” is not a verb but a noun. “teaching” is the activity of teaching.

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Thanks so much ,my teacher. I got 90 percent

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You are really awesome instructor,I understood your lesson very well.I would love to have opportunity to be a student in your class some day.I have a bad ESL teacher in British Council at Jordan.I was in Canada 10 months ago. I hope I can go back again . By the way Emma I have a lot of questions for you ,such as, which is correct I have much money or I have a lot of money 2- there are many people or there are a lots of people

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Emma, you are wonderful.

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Thanks. I have learned a lot of things.

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Thanks a lot

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isnt the “letter t” in often silent??

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    yes, but not in these cases!

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You are a wonderful teacher, thx a lot for your help.

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thx Emma

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you’re a great teacher! :)

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I wish I had a lot of nice teachers like you in my childhood.

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than you so much! I fully understood about “a lot” and ” allot”.

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Thanks Emma, I got 90%. Your dress so beautiful and you do not feel cold now a days.

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Merci Emma,votre cours est très sympathique

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Thanks a million.. very helpful.. !!

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Thank you very much ,Emma.

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A lot of thank to Emma

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Hi Emma ! Very useful lesson

Could U explain grammar(syntax) difference
and are they correct?

1.A lot of thanks(uncount noun)

2.Thank(verb) U a lot.
is the verb “thank” feeling or action ;-) ?
Anyway
Thank U very much. sounds more naturally

3.thanks(?) a lot (shortening of A lot of thanks with rearrange of words)?
4.thank(?) a lot (shortening of Thank U a lot)?

(?) – noun or verb

Thank U very much for answer !

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I have been learned a lot from Emma’s lesson.

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    I think that the correct sentence is: I have /I’ve learned a lot from Emma’s lesson…

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Yeaaah i got 10 out of 10 =)

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Thanks Emma… I’ve learned a lot.

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I got 10/10. Thanks a lot :D

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I have a Question, the example you have given on the board, “I allot most of my time “to” teaching English”
Shouldn’t it be, “I allot most of my time “in” teaching English”.
Kindly clear my doubt.

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I scored 100 again. Thank you so much Emma!!!

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I love a whole lot of to learn with Mrs.Emma.

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thanks

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thanks Emma.i enjoyed this lesson a lot.im trying to allot more of my time to watch this videos to improve my english cuz i need it a lot

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could you record a video about going to the beach,you know summer is coming up

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i learned a lot..thanks Emma.

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Thx a lot. I got 100%

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I got 10/10. Tks very much Emma <3

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thank u emma god bless u

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than you so much Emma … I got 100%, Really happy :)

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Thanks, great class!

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thank you a lot for this lesson >
i always wondered what is the difference between these words but now I know .
i get 100 .
I am so happy . I love your ways teach us :)

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Thank you Emma for this lesson
before that i little bit confused in these words but now i got it.
I enjoyed a lot while learning English with you.
Have a good day Emma.

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i like your lessones . u r my best instructor

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I figured my comment on another subject was wrong so I quickly reviewed the correct way to use “a lot”. Thanks, by the way your haircut looks real nice on you!

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Thank a lot of you Emma

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yuhuuuu…. I got 100 again. :)

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Thanks a lot teacher Emma, I’ve got another perfect score.

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I could recommend to a new follower reading the comments to find useful information. There is a lot of clear answer that could improve your new knowledge. I allot some minutes checking those.
Thanks a lot

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teacher is so hard to understand if writing of (A lot and alot)become attached without space how could I understand what was written like that?

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Emma! you’re so pretty! Thanks a lot!

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thanks a lot

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8 out of ten but thats okey

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Thank you so much to teach me.

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a lot of thank for you

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thank you Emma
it was a useful lesson

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Thank you for your lesson. This video is very interesting!

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Hi Emma, as usual I enjoyed your lesson. I’ve noticed that there are lots of errors in the transcription of the whole lesson , as well as other lessons (In this lesson look at minutes 7:27, 8:05, 8:17, 8:53. etc…). I think it’s really important for beginners to have a correct transcription of the speech in order to “match” it to the spelling. Thank you very much for your attention.

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thanks,Emma

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Thanks a lot Emma! My English is really improving with your lessons! :)

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Thanks a lot Emma

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Thanks Emma!

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Thanks a lot,it was easy.

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Thanks.

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Thanks alot 8-D LOL

That was a great vid thanks ALOT Emma 10/10 so easy

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This is very useful, thank you.

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Thanks Emma.

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Thank you Emma.

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Thank you!

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Thank you Emma ,you are really a good teacher.especially you are so understandable And very clearly pronounciation.I can understand everything,but I hava a big problem.I don’t have any chance to speak with somebody.so I am just doing read and listen.how can I do that,please help me?

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i should allot much more time to learn english grammar better,even if i spend a lot of time speaking with friends in english.

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Thanks a lot. :)

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Thanks a whole lot Emma! you are one of my favorite engVid teachers, very helpful your teaching!.

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Hello Emma!
“…was alloted…” <— I dont understand this structure. Is it a tense or passive voice ?

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I’ allot part of my time to study english here, on engvid.com. For that now I have a lot of words on my vocabulary. And I will have lots more, because of you. Thank you!

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amazing

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Great lesson! Thanks a lot. Your lessons are my cup of tea:)

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Very useful.

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thanks a lot Emma its amazing lesson

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I have got 9 out of 10. Thank you very much for your explanation emma

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this is really helphul

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Why Mr. E here? :D

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I have achieved 100%.Thanks Emma.It’s very helpful lesson for all.

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Emma thanks a lot , I have 100%

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thank you a lot .

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hi, i enjoyd a lot. thanks and i love to practice & learn english a lot. i have lots of fun with engvid. and thanks a lot.

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If i say..today i have a lot of time to learn english or today i have allot to learn english.which is right or..how can i say?

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Thank you Emma. I like your lesson a lot!!

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Thanks a lot Emma i’ve learned more here than in my school :)

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Emma thanks a lot.

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thanks a lot

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Emma, Thumbs up ! Excellent explanation! I got everything !

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Thank you, Emma. I allot five hours a day to learning English. And with the help of your excellent videos I’m improving day by day.

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Ma’am thank you very much for that video.Your videos are always worth watching.I would be highly grateful to you, if you make a video on YOUTUBE discussing about the difference between “Less” & “Lesser”. A lot of of love for you ma’am.

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that’s was interesting! thanks!

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just got 10 on 10 on this quiz. Thanks

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Thank you, Emma. Great lesson.

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Hi, as you can see I did good on my quiz. I would like to know if there is any videos that can help me with my HSPT TEST. I am on disability and would like
To get my High School diploma.Ten years ago I was tested for my HSPT and failed the reading and math part ,so now that I have lots of time I would like to competed my HSPT.

I hope that you can guide me in an orderly manner, then just jumming from subject to subject. You are an awesome teacher,which I would of had you as my English teacher.

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Hi Emma, I passed with a 100. I have taken the lesson that Ronnie gave on Continuous Tenses and passed with a 90,and retryed,and passed it with a 100.
You are awesome teaches.

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Thanks Emma
and you look nice
^_^

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Hello teacher EMMA thank you very much i understand the lesson and i passed the test with FLYING COLORS
so i am happy thank’s.

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Hi Emma I’m from Yemen.I became addicted to u ,anyway could u plz tell me the way that I can reach u.I mean to be connected.I want to ask u direct questions.
Do u hv a programmed called Whatsapp ?
Don’t ignore me, answer me as soon as u receive my message.

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All my answers were corrects, it was very witty to learn that “alot” is always incorrect, and that a lot before nouns needs “of” this was a typical error to me..Thanks..¡¡

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Thanks

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Emma, your lessons very nice . I want to take private lessons from you. I want to take private lessons with the Skype ..I would be glad if you respond to my question. thanks.

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I’am glad.
thinks Emma.

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Very interesting lesson, thank you.

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Excellent lesson! Thanks a lot!

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Thanks Emma ….
100%

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I allot a whole lot of my free time to study English.

Can we speak like this, Emma?

Please, correct whatever is wrong,okay?

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Thank you very much,Emma!

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thank you so much EMMA

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Great Lesson

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Hi, Emma
For the word allot is formal or informal, is it better to use this word in essay or the word assign to/distribute to?

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Thank you.

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Iam happy that I got 90 but, I could have got 100%

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Thanks you so much

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Once again I got 10 out of 10. thank you Emma

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thank you a lot
your are smart a lot
i allot my time watching you

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thank you Emma

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thanx a lot Emma

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Hi Emma.I think you allot a lot of time for these videos,we are so happy and we allot you a whole lot of comments.
Thanks a lot!

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thank you for the great lesson,although I got 9\10
because I thought (dress) was a countable word =(
I always make a mistake when it comes to this =|

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learning a lot from your teaching

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    Teacher emma,your are pronouncing often with t silent.
    is that difference between american n british english ??
    please clarify

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Done :)
10 out of 10
Thank you teacher Emma a lot.

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Although,I get 10/10.I did not get how to use the alot in a sentence.Thank you any way

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Thanks a lot

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thank you so much Emma, thanks a lot :)

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thank you Emma
alot of my pleasure

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dear Emma
YOU ARE VERY PERFECT TO TEACH .THANKS A LOT

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I enjoyed a lot of subject. Emma teaches a lot.

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Good work Emma. 10/10
This sentence consists of different words:
Косой Косой косил косой.
Kosoy Kosoy kosil kosoy.
Squinty Kosoy (name) mowed scythe.
Maybe so.

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each speaker was allotted ten minutes or
each speaker were allotted ten minutes

Thanks Emma for this useful lesson

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I got 10 correct out of 10.
:D

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Hi dear teacher. thanks. the last question Mr E ……… I thought because of the DRESS in not correct !!

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Merry Christmas Ma’am Emma.

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Thanks a lot Emma

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Yeah!! Thank a lot Emma

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Hi Emma I have just register in this website I have red your lessons, its pretty cool, I am so eager to learn more from you. I am also teach English speaking course but I have bit confusions which make me so upset and keep away me from my work. So I want to clear my all confusions and doubts. please help me. Emma.

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thank you emma

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Thanks a lot, Emma!

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Thanks, Emma. Good lesson, but I didn’t very careful. I got 80

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Thank you so much, I like this lesson I really was confused about using these words, everything was clear now.
My best regards.

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Thanks for your lessons. Teacher Emma, Your great.

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Thank you Emma!

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Thank you so much

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Very nice video and this video helping me in improving my language

Thanks for lesson

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I got 10/10!! Very useful lesson! Thanks Emma!

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Thanks Emma, 10/10

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was a excellent quiz . thank you a lot!!

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Emma, thanks a lot!

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Thank you for your video, Ema.
It is very useful for me.

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THX

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Thank you Emma

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I am happy . I love your ways teach us :)

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thanks a lot for your effort to make us better your explanation is very useful to me <3

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Thank you Emma :)

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Thank you, Emma, You are a whole lot of teachers who should be thanked.

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thanks!

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Hi Emma!
Thanks a lot,
Why you are pronouncing ‘t’ in often? I think t is silent.

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THANKS

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This is super cool i’ve passed 10 out of 10! (Am i right by writing this?)

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this lesson helped me a lot. :)
and I need to allot more time to watch Engvid’s lessons.
thanks Emma

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Thanks a lot

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I got 10 of 10..

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i allot most of time to learn English.
thanks for clarify this confusion.

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I allotted one hour to learn English and one thing want to confirm allot could we use where we are giving time or something to some as for example i allot time to you yesterday but you did not come. is it correct or may be incorrect please suggest.

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Thank you Emma. Your lessons are easy to undestand and fun to watch. Thank you again.

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Why the question 3 and 4 has diferent answer, if the two sentenses reffer to a noun (at the end of the sentense)

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Thanks, A lot teacher Emma.

I allotted, my most time to watch EngVid videos.

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thanks a lot miss emma really that i understand often .but i can’t make diffrence for alot (i didn’t get it)

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Wow 100, really it’s a great lesson. Thank you so so much.

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Emma, I spent a lot of time for your lessons, I allot most of my time to follow you,deep thanks and all the best for you

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I FOLLOW YOUR LESSONS A LOT

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Thanks Emma, good lesson!

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Thank you Emma. Your lessons are easy to undestand and fun to watch. Thank you again.

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I am to allot my time to learn with you. thank you

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this’s the first time i get 100 score !!!! thank you, Emma <3

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Very helpful. Thank you always. :)

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This is a good lesson and very useful. Thanks a lot.

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Thank you so much EMMA

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thank you Emma,
I will allot a lot of time to see your other lessons.

is this a correct sentence ?

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thanks a lot for allotting this topic

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Thanks a lot for the help.

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70% thank you emma

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Lots of thanks for yo Emma

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I am so glad , this is really helping me

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thanks Emma 10/10

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good advice

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Thank you very much! Best wishes!

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Thanks Ema, I am learning a lot whith you.

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Oversight on question no.9! Alot is a big no.

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thank you for the lesson

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thank you Emma🌹

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100/100
thanks fom algeria

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I got 100! Thanks Emma! S2

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thank you very much 7/10
practice makes a man perfect..

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Thank you a lot Emma! After this lesson is very difficult someone write alot again. You deserve lots of gratitude for allot some part of your time to teach us.

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10/10 Yay! Thank you for this lesson a lot.)

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I’ve got 100!

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10/10! Finished! I searched a lot of teachers on Youtube, Finally I subscribed to Emma’s channel, then allot more time to learning with Emma every day. Now, I get lots of English knowledge from Emma.

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    Hi Jerry Gu,
    I also think I’ve got a lot of English knowledge from Emma’s channel. It’s sorely helpful.
    Have a nice day!

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Very helpful, Emma.

Thank you.
God bless you!

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