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Thank Rebecca
Very good Lesson.

brala

    Hi Rebecca! I don´t get to stop watching the engvid´s lesson at all. :D Best Regards from Brazil

    Gustavo

Hey Rebecca,
I thought you stopped of publishing videos, long time no hear… thanks multiplied by thousand for this great helpful lesson, day after day I begin like this site more and more and I can’t wait to see the next lesson, thanks once again for your great efforts.
With deep respect and appreciation,

Yours truly,
Taha

taharaad

    Thank you, Taha for all your kind words. My best wishes to you, too.

    Rebecca

      wow i get 9 correct out of 10. thanks so much my teacher

      mohamadkloub

I took the test, I got 90.

taharaad

    me too

    estebancanoh

Congratulations Rebecca (​​Your name is the same as my daughter). Excellent explanation of such an important term in English.

salmo40

Is “not at all” used instead of “You are welcome!” in modern English?

For example
John: – “Hey man, you helped me so much. Thank you!”
Alex: – “Not at all! It was a piece of cake.”

yankhonskiy

    Yes, it is used. Good for you that you know that. My best to you.

    Rebecca

      Thank you , Rebecca.

      yankhonskiy

      but which is correctly?

      Anuar is from Kazakhstan

        Оба правильны!!!
        Both of them are acceptable.

        yankhonskiy

Good lesson Rebbeca, I enjoyed this…

clalonu

I’d like to know how to use “All along” and “All alone”. Sometimes when I hear them, it’s very difficulty to know which one the person is saying.I think the pronunciation is very similar.
Thanks

henry19

    Hi! well, they are really similar, especially in a fast conversation. You have to pay attention to the context. All along means “from de beginning, throughout” while all alone means “completely alone”. Ex; I knew the answer all along. / She did the work all alone.

    denise77

    Yes, denise77 has submitted a good answer to your question. My best to both of you.

    Rebecca

Very good!
I can’t stand stupid people at all!

denise77

    Haha! Denise77, why do you think that a person who speaks the language worse than you is stupid? He can play chess better than you (chess needs good thinking, analysis and much practice and theory), or he can be a good mathematician. For example, I didn’t speak English well 5 years ago, but I won many math Olympiads, as well as many chess tournaments. And now I communicate with Americans, Canadians, British and so.

    yankhonskiy

Recently,most of the teachers don’t respond to the comment of engvid at all.How come?I hope you are not one of them.thank you.

cuongchung1

    Who, me? Thanks for watching our lessons. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

      Hi Dear teacher Rebecca. I do agree with you. I could say you are the most active teacher on this forum.
      It’s just ineffable how grateful I am, you are that kind of committed teacher.
      By the way, I would like you to explain to me about linking words, for example: when I wrote … how grateful I am (missing link) you are that kind of committed teacher. I have felt this two sentences unconnected, incoherent. Could help me please?
      Thanks in advance.
      All the best!

      albertejy

      Errata: … these sentences.
      Could you help me, please?

      albertejy

Good lesson rebbeca, greatings from brazil.

guilhermemachado

Hi, Rebeca, tks for your help.
I need to know the mean of “which one”. It’s possible a lesson for this? (Sorry my spanglish)

leslicitaeng

thank you so much.

hindsalmane

thank you so much.

hindsalmane

excellent lesson Rebecca! Got 100 points :-)

antonia12

that’s very good lesson i hope you present about more grammar lesoon

atordidonestor15

how i download some lessons that i like to my computer. thanks that’s very good

atordidonestor15

thanks for teaching rebbeca…
i enjoy te lessons with you…
is hard, but cool stuff ;-))

kolbenschinder

Many thanks For explanation

khalidse10

Thank so much but how about the title of love song “When you say nothing at all”

jerry159

    When you say nothing at all…means when you say absolutely nothing. Wish you the best, Jerry.

    Rebecca

      I got 100 …. thank your lessons….
      In any sentences with ” At all ” , is verb into negative form ???

      truongpv4194

      I got 100 …. thank your lessons….
      In any sentences with ” At all ” , is verb always in negative form ???

      truongpv4194

thanks a lot madam u r teaching is awesome

kumar8403

Who were you looking for?! – whats it means?
i know how to translate, but i dont understand why exectly this words structure are used

dibrotto

thanks for lesson very much of course

dibrotto

hi Rebecca. thanks for this lesson. it is very interesting.

ganbashir15

thanks but dot stop giving us lessons

ridi

As I’m a beginner, I find it is very easy to understand you. Thank you very much Rebecca !

caro6589

Thank you very much.

I thought your explanation was very clear.

treso09

i got 10 of 10 thanks Rebecca :) :)

aditya009

Thanks >Rebecca It has been very usefull

nicoescape83

Thanks a lot, and I passed the quiz without any trouble. I appreciate and fell very grateful by you lessons

adolfonicaragua

Thanks Rebecca…from Spain!!

spous67

Thanks a lot Rebecca !!
please answer about this questions
1. I do not have any idea about this subject at all . ( is this sentence correct or no )
2. would you like to have dinner with me tonight?( is this sentence mean I will bay the money or no )
3- what is the best way to invite someone to have dinner ?

basharh

    Sentence 1 is fine except I would say:I don’t have any idea at all about this subject.

    Sentence 2 is fine and usually means that you will pay, unless the person suggests otherwise before accepting your invitation.

    Sentence 2 is an excellent way to invite someone for dinner.

    All the best, Yousif.

    Rebecca

Thanks a lot Rebecca !!
please answer about these questions
1. I do not have any idea about this subject at all . ( is this sentence correct or no )
2. would you like to have dinner with me tonight?( is this sentence mean I will bay the money or no )
3- what is the best way to invite someone to have dinner( formal in informal way) ?

basharh

sorry I mean :(1. I have not any idea about this subject at all . ( is this sentence correct or no )

basharh

Thanks to all for your feedback. What a pleasure to hear from viewers from so many different countries.
My best wishes to all of you.

Rebecca

    Nice Job ! :)

    fatiima8

    Im pleasure to ur teaching is awesome :)

    yihe

Thanks Rebecca.

sfidelis

Thank you!

adam1308

Thank you Rebecca. You’re so kind and you’re really my favorite teacher at all.

momen22

    Hello momen22. I don’t think you can use “you’re really my favorite teacher at all”. Because the teacher said we use “at all” for negative sentences.

    Am I right teacher? :)

    Yin Tun

Please Rebecca I have a question .
When we ask by using (IS) and when we ask by using (DOES) ?
I know it’s easy but sometimes I get confused…..

momen22

    Check lessons about Present Tenses (Present Simple and Present Continuous).

    yankhonskiy

That good!!

zeckmohd

Thanks for this Lesson!!!!!

yaninakor

There are two different sentences below in which you can find using of the that and what(just for example). In which cases should we use that and what? There are many links on the Internet but it’s not clear at all.
Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli knew what the odds were.

This content comes from Closed Captioning that was broadcast along with this program.

bender

hello i’m a new comer and i really appreciate your web side and i hope that i can improve my skills in english for ever thank you

amad05

Thanks!

mazinho007

This web site is not a bad place to learn english at all, in fact it is one of the best.

machacao

Thanks

moon123

Thank you so much! :)

michele14

i just have to say thank you

kamran1975

Thanks for all. You are really great teacher. I learn many things from your lession. My best wishes to all for you! <3

ngocdieu

Thanks for the lesson!!! Greetings from Colombia..I´d like to know what´s the diference with some places like “Café-Coffe Shop-cafeteria and Mall-Shopping Center-Department store among other like these!! Thank u so much to this great website…

cikey

thank-you a lot

terence33

Thanks Rebecca by lesson ! is it correct this sentence? Did not you do that? No, I didn´t it indeed.
I´ve always been in doubt which one use (that or it)and what about indeed can I change by not at all?

carlos1971jackal

Thank you for all:-)

faridoonmohibzada99

thank youuuuuu))) when we sould use “aint” ???????

sami45

I like so much this lesson.
Thank you very much Rebeca.

crisgomes2911

Thank you Rebecca.

hadj1996

Thanks a lot.. Can you teach about the English speaking patterns?

Niranjan

Thank you, Rebecca..
I d like lessons about passive and active, differences and smilar cases, some advice, please..

fakhranda

I’ve got 10 correct out of to! thank you for an interesting lesson, Rebecca!))

saltanatmaster

Thank you Rebecca :-))

abdelkader1985

Thank you Rebecca, I passed the quiz very good, I got 10/10. I have a question: what is the difference between American english and British english, and who is the language do You teaching(american or british english). who is the better to study it. Best wishes to you.

bilalmarocain

Thanks a lot, Rebecca.. <3

nyingjemo123

Thanks a lot, Rebecca.. <3

nyingjemo123

thank you very much teacher .i love this website.its very use full to every student.

JANAGAN

I´ve always seen and heared that idiom and I´ve never understanding it.Now I know use AT ALL.

grazisil13

    Hi grazisil
    Can we become friends to practice English?

    mahmoud088

Teheeee 80 Point!

pingg

Thanks a lot. I can´t use that expression now becouse I don’t have negative ideas in this moment :).

Thank you very much Rebeca!

petpelado

Thank you very much, Rebecca. That was a very nice speech. I’ve swept very much confusions in English slang. I think I can score full marks in IELTS for US if you’re with me and you help me your best to obtain much scores. So, please deliver us other speeches also. And I’m very grateful to you.

avinash45

Thank you Rebecca! Very useful.

fabiodmf

Hi Rebeca thanks i enjoyed it

suber01

thank you so much Rebeca for posting a great video..i really leart a lot of thing by watching your videos….Are you posting or more videos? And one thing , could you let me know know the sequence of your videos?
Thanks

ramaji

So common expression. Thanks Rebecca, it ‘s useful for me

hieuvhla12

This has been very useful.Thank You so much.

vishnudastn

that’s very good lesson Thank you!

sajajs

Thank you rabecca.

ashour86

thank you very much ..this lesson is really helpful ♥

olaa

thank you so much! it helped me very much!

nguyenthive94

Thanks Rebecca, you are an excellent teacher, hope one day master my English with your great videos. hugs from Ecuador

pablonicholas4444

    sorry, I hope one day I master my English… je je

    pablonicholas4444

yeeesss Rebecca I got 100 for this lesson. thank you :)

ratnawil10

Thank you so much!

chanthy001

Thanks a lot

jeshurun91

Hello Madam Robecca I’ve been watching and learning from all of you teachers Ronnie….and I really benifit a lot I am from Morocco and I’ve never study English in school and I’ve been learning it just myself and I wanna be perfect could you give me some advice to improve my English language ; when I am listening to you and Ronnie I repeat with you your speach is it good to improve my English and Thank you a lot you’re amazing good bay !

mamouny1992

Hi Sister Rebecca
thank you to your a lot of information you shared^^

thennek24

THANK YOU MAM!
I’M GETTING BETTER AND BETTER.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

sona123

Hii mam, today my fast class this side , i am very happy, because this side is very useful to me .

thank u very much mam .

Rasool

abdullahrasool

helo,
thanks

ethmane

Correction, Beccy: ‘At all’ can also be used in general questions, e.g ‘Do you like anyone in your English class at all?’ (meaning: ‘at least one person in your class’) …

sabbatical

Hey, Beccy! I have lots of American pals and they only use the phrase ‘even a little bit’ with the verbs ‘like’ and ‘enjoy’ but never ‘understand’ eg. ‘I didn’t like / enjoy the show even a little bit’ or ‘Did you like / enjoy the movie? – Not one bit.’

sabbatical

Thanks a lot.

richu123

Thank you

bedour

hello rebecca.am weak at speaking.which lessons should i prefer to overcome my problem

varunnvk

I have got 100 points!!!!

jeyhun

I got 100 points :)

kellnguyentvu

Hello there Rebeca…Another great lesson ;D Thankyou.. I was wondering if you could make a Lesson explaining the word “rather” and “rather than”. When and how to use it. Thank you again…

richelmy

If at all is used in negative sentences , what expression is used in positive sentences?

evantol007

thank u rebecca….i love your teaching..:)

sadananda

ive got 100
is that mean iam perfect in using AT ALL….?

gb

any time at all. all you ‘ve gotta do is call. and i ‘ ll be there if you need somebody to love,i ‘ ll be there to make you feel right.makeing love out nothing at all.

aprendo1

Thanks very much
I got 10/10

reham26

Hi Rebeca, I love all your lessons, you are the best teacher in the world !!!
I have heard and read the expression “so far” many times but I’m confused about how to use it, do you think you could make a lesson about that???
Thank you very much !!
Xavier Martínez

xavier0912

Hi Rebeca,
in the last sentence you said ‘i don’t eat non vegeterian food at all’
but i’m wandering who come to do it in this way i mean the double negative way.
why don’t we say ‘i don’t eat vegeterian food at all’

alani84

Hi Rebeca this lesson helps me a lot thank you so much.
Now i have a question.what’s the meaning of this expression “whole picture”

jean123

may i use to negative sentence. not at all

tinku8kumar

Thanks Rebecca! I Got 100 points :-)

singla44244

thank you very much.your lesson is very helpful :)

quyentran2311

thanks

chouaib

thanks a lot rebeca.I would like to say <>

vuongtruongnhat

its fine,
thanks

rashidswati96

Thank you ever so much)

vladislav1603

Thank u so much .i really love ur lesson

dine02

Thank you!
I didn’t know this lesson at all.
I have got 100!

delfe1502

I don’t understand the lesson at all. Ha, ha, ha, Thanks Rebeca!

santi41

i did not want to loose any marks at all
thank you so very much for such a informative lesson

jawadbaig26

I really like this engvid web site. thanks I learned a lot of english grammar…but I love to learn more…

sdebbie69

I got 10 correct out of 10.
yay , thanks for this lesson

anngessy

thanks!

gcazarel

Thank you. It is nice work.
Because i don’t like to write and learn at all.
:D

shasangeeth

Hey Rebecca . . . .
I want to your suggestions how to build up my English. I saw this lesson it’s really helpful god blase you.

mithunsikder86

thank you Rebecca

achrafben

Hi Rebecca, I am following your lessons since some time. Thank you . I like the way you teach.
Can you make a lesson for vocabulary improvement. My suggestion is daily 10 new words ( American ).
Thanking you

ksnswathi

Thank u,mam. I got a question, ARE THERE ANY TIMES in english that we use the phrase ” AT ALL” in between the sentences?

tirumala

Good lesson I like it. I do not know all about English. But I understand this lesson and this is good for me. Thank you Rebeca! =)

beginner2013

very good lesson, thank you Rebbeca.. i understan better English now..

dare13

Thank you very much

Could you please give a lesson on ‘since and from’
when to use since or from in a sentence.

Thanks in advance
love you guys, love you engvid.

sarfaraz

I really love this site and studying English on the web sites had been always devistated for me but until now :) and i also would like to help your working in the future :)

serdarilarslan

Mam,You are great! Thank you.

debalina

Hey , Thank you very much . It is very useful . Could you give us lesson about adverb clause such as by the time , whereas , and all the time reference .

habobsa

Thanks Rebecca, could you tell me what is the meaning of this sentence ” I wouldn’t want to be in her shoes at all ” ?

Preserved

Dear Rebecca
I got 90 in quiz but I did all of them correct, would you tell me my incorrect answer. thank you

Judy

After that class I can use ‘at all’ with more confidence… But that quiz is hilarious:
Of course “I don’t like Biber AT ALL!”. By the way, may I use AT ALL in questions as well?

heberton

Thank you very much.

sfmichelini

Thank you teacher.

pafsilipoclub

Thanks for your lesson Rebecca, You’re a wonderful teacher, thanks a lot.

dredalrole

Miss.Rebecca, I got 100% in the quiz thanks that’s because of you.

jasmine1997

Thanks Teacher Rebecca, I’ve got 100 again :D More Power!

nenjotsu

Thanks Rebecca I really like your teaching.

rajsai

Thank you.

gpio8080

Thank You very much, a good lesson:-)

anna85

Thanks Rebecca! Short, but great lesson!

Carol92

Really thanks. I understood.

faizer

Thanks but I think it was easy .

Mohamed abba

Naks…my English learning is improving, thanks a lot your different ways and ideas…

jimkiskisol

maam please tell me the difference between going to/about to
I am going to take action against you.or
I am about to take action against you.
what is the difference between. Is it the same meaning or not.

saddymehmoodbutt

This lesson is difficult because videos are open.

saddymehmoodbutt

thanks for this lesson :)

Nina Rica

Hi, Rebecca !
I wached most of your videos.it’s great lessions for beginners like me.I need help understanding when someone speaks a sentence using “Supposed to”.If you make a video about “how to use “supposed to ” in a sentence
would be very useful. Thanks.

meena5454

Thank you very much.
I don’t like Justin Bieber at all =))

minhcoi1991

As usual you always produce the best info for us
thank you kindly

abo abdou

when i watch a football match on T.V i face some obstacles to understand all the expressions from the commentator so i’d like to know the most common expressions on football match

abo abdou

Very good lesson

Arshad Khan

Thank you.
I got 100 points.

thiruselvi

Hello mam! can you teach about letter writing?
How to write a formal&informal letters?

thiruselvi

Thank you.
| got 90

lianbiak

Thnx

fatimah1895

THANK YOU REBECCA .A VERY GOOD LESSON

AMINEKUWAIT

Thank you Rebecca. I have a questoin. Can I ask: Do you not understand me at all? Is it correct?

Vesta

very useful lesson,thank you.

thiruselvi

do I ask you a question rebecca,
” at all” and ” any more” are the same?

rocky89

Thank you Rebecca. I wouldn’t want to leave Engvid at all.

huenhanp102

10 of 10
100
YoooHo o

hemi7

Thank you .

Danial fallatah

Thank you at all…..
GOOD JOB…..MAAm……

BBOrN

10/10. thanks a lot of !

jimmy9x

thank u rebecca

mmmq

10-8 :) it was fun

pancho

Thanks Rebecca,
This the first time for me,you are good teacher.

Mahfouz Youssef

Thanks Rebecca,
I got 9 true of 10.

SumitKr

10/10. Thanks Rebecca. Very interesting lesson

gcontrino

nice !

halah lulu

all of them are right… this lesson it was pretty helpful. specially for me… i didn’t even had any idea what (at all) means… but now i perfectly know… I won’t get confused at all!!!!

nelson chieki

I can’t wait for another lesson at all.

January Third

i feel very good you are so nice to express all the things

ravikaran gautam

thanks

ps.lotfi

Good class Rebecca.

caespinosax

thank you so much ka^____^.

dekmeaw

9 0f 10 really helpfull lesson, thanks Rebecca

willon

Thanks Ms Rebecca, I do not get 100% at all, I got only 80%. is it correct?

Abdul Qayum

Thank you very much!

Kofa

thank Rebecca.good

zamanli166

ten of ten thank you very much Rebecca!

rainbow85

Thanks Ms.Rebecca!

ゞ(≧▽≦*)o

Dear Rebecca,
I want to express my satisfaction in related to your good lessons that you teach and I should say your training method is so beneficial and effective. I have seen your videos and without the doubt my English improved leap and bounds.

I preparing myself for IELTS exam and I have serious problem in Listening part.

I would appreciate it if you could guide me what should I do for solve that and if is it possible provide some videos for this part of exam please.

Thank you in advance and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Yours Faithfully
Ali

ali61kh

thanks Rebecca

anuj kumar

Thanks a lot our great teacher Rebecca :)

Lamrabet

Thank you. I didn’t waste my time watching this at all.thanks again from Barcelona.

azizMartil

I love the lesson very much. Thank you Rebbeca :)

Narek90

thank you soo much

amy lee

Very good Lesson.Rebecca

Igorlim

Rebecca I am beginner emn English, this is the best path through the site?

Igorlim

Rebecca can i say i dont like that at all(it means as u really dont like something and is it correct sentence?thank you

Marko123

    Hi, Marko. You can realize I’m not Rebecca, ha. Anyway, I’d like to help you. Yes, you’re right; you can say: I don’t like it (that) at all; however, you cannot say : I don’t like at all it (that) , I (do) like it at all.
    Hope you get it!

    albertejy

thank you very much :)

Erick10

Great lesson!!! Thanks a lot Rebecca, it’s very useful!

Fernando1706

i love u so much,REBECCA ! all of your letures are fun and interesting. i can understand everything in your lesson. thanks for your teaching

nguyenthihiep

miss Rebecca do you have privet lessons

jinan2011

thank u Rebecca!

bujji

:) :) 7 of 10

Mansour bek

I don’t leave this website at all,is it correct?

yamen jamal

Thank you so much

seaman1409

thank u rebecca for a short and sweet lesson

hpdtc

thank you so much your teaching lessons are helpfull

Maria Marcy

that was amazing topic though it is a basic english grammar it will help a lot to expand my english lanuage thanks a lot rebecca. because of that i dont want to stop watching engvids lessong at alllllll. :-) :-) :-)

bluegio16

Thanks mate.

Iamhere.

Hi teacher Rebecca! Thank you for your sharing your knowledge to people around the globe who would like to learn english. Keep it up!

kwing23

Thanks for split your time and dedication for help people around the world.
Cheers!

elizeu.cwb

thank you.10 out of 10

Dinara

10 out of 10! Thanks again

Taiba Na

Teacher you are so inspiring… thank you so much for this amazing video lesson.

PatriciaCeronSolis

Hello Rebecca,
What the difference among “Not entirely”, “Not really”, and “Not at all”?
Thank u so much.

RamiSilveira

Hi everyone! This teacher is just awesome. I won’t stop saying she is the best teacher I’ve ever met.

Thanks Rebecca. Only God knows your heart and He will bless you for sure. By the way, I’ve got 10/10 (:D), thanks a lot! All the best!

albertejy

Hi Rebecca,
Thank you for well prepared and understandable lesson that you provided us of all English learners, I hope this lesson is more helpful for English learners, I’ve got 10/10 (D), Can you proving us more class video relating to this lesson. and would like to say you again thank you every much.

M.deeq

Hi Rebecca
Thank you for your tips about this word, was a lot of useful.

Belinassi

Thanks Rebecca these kind of lessons make our speaking more strong and effective … keep going :)

aboood1994

thankQ i got 100 …
Aww you are really an amazing teacher Miss…

Kyelden

Thanks for you lesson Rebeca

ADOLFO GONZALEZ

I liked about Biber)

Kaisushelo

Thank you.

Nadir

Thank you

Su Latt

Thank you that was very usefull

reza.ch

Dear Rebecca,
Thank you to have clarified the use of the expressiion “at all”.
Best regards.

Peter

Nice job ! I am impressed.
Thank you for making me understand in English. Now, I believe, my English has improved because of you and Engvid.com. Even if, not well like a native speaker but I can commute with foreigner.
Thanks in thousand times. My good teacher.

Haridan

i need some friends to talk to me on skype call.. i want to improve my speaking skills..
skype: m.salmankhatri

salmankhatri

I have achieved quiz marks 90 out of 100. Thanks Rebecca.

mainul

you are the best teacher here
i am following all your lessons
your style is simple and attractive
and your pronouncaion is anderstood

mouhammad

Thank u so much Rebecca..

heenuP

I didn’t walk to the school at all, till my mom’s car broke down.

I don’t like horror movies at all.

Is these sentences right ?

Well.martins.santos

Thank you very much for these lessons!!

telliska

Thank you very much for your teaching.

Enkutatash

Hi, Rebecca

Congratulation, amazing classes.

I would like a class about the expression “WHETHER OR NOT”. Thank you very much.

Emilio

Hi dear teacher!, I enjoy your class.
by the way, could you explain about, the right grammar ,when I want to do many questions with “how to…..” or “how do,does…..”
I am confused.

many thanks!

the best for you!

Patico

Thank you very much!

Vivimi

Miss Rebeca!
I really love to listen to your lesson it very easily impresses me. Miss Rebeca, you forgot to describe 3rd sentence at all.

Shirleyfernando

Thanks you Rebecca, your lessons are very good, you explain very well.Thanks you.

Marta Lopez

yeayy.. I got 100,,thank you mrs. rebecca

puji utami

Hi Rebecca!
Please,would you explain me the question number 3? I didn’t understand why the word “even” mens the same thing

midian

I like Rebecca :)

NatalieTen

thank you rebecca. love you so much@@

Nguyen Van Hau

thank Rebecca.

that is a great lesson.

ibb03

Thank you

saw yon

Thank you

Chichimorales

Thanks

Samson12

Thanks dear teacher.

Soei

Thank you very much!Rebeca God bless you!!!!!!

Ana Grisca

Thanks

JOMANA2016

I never loved my husband at all. That’s why I’m single now.Thanks Rebecca. :)

Tammyjang1

thank you so much

sakaria

I got 9/10! Thanks for the lesson!

robi75

I got 100 ! Thanks Rebeca and to be honest I didn’t have any idea how to use “at all”

Evellynmolina

Thank you, Rebecca!!

JJulian

thanks!

shihai182

I got 10 correct out of 10 :D

cabbarinho

You got 10 correct out of 10.

thanks…

M kartal

Thanks Rebeca.
I got 10.
Though I didn’t confident to speak or lean English

Rouja

Great, Rebecca is the best!

wsantos23

Hi Rebecca
It was very good idea for me I knew it before but I didn’t know when and how to use it thanks Rebecca
Love ❤️ you

preemy

Thank you Rebecca

anhvnsg

Thank Rebecca
interesting Lesson.

aminaamina

Hi Rebecca. Sometimes we can use “at all” in the middle of sentece, immediately after the negative word. For exemplo: She was not at all frightned. Is there some rule for these cases? Thank you

elyssaad

100% thank you

pgunarathna

thanks, Rebecca

Meharban Ali

I got 10/10. Thank you Rebecca!

Abdullah Alshamiri

Thank You so much, we should know such nuances to speak better :)

Kira

Thanks, Rebecca.

Gahamanyi15

Please clarify,

She does not understand the instruction at all Or\
She did not understand the instruction at all – Which is the perfect sentence

Thank you

obennakal

Hi,
Thank you for this very useful lesson.😊

Elibet6

I love short videos like this

Astri

i got 100%
Thank you

Phatsawanphorn

Thank you Rebecca, you’re very kind.

melannina
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