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😊 I got full! <3. Thank you once again Gill!.

Annie

Very important subject.Thank you,Gill.

zigmund

very interesting, I will review. Thanks

noutene 1

Hi Gill,

thank you for your very useful lesson.

Please, could you explain where the differnece between AUXILIARY and MODAL verb is ?

Or is it the same ?

Thank you

Adriana

adrijana

    Hi Adriana, I can help answer this one! A modal verb is an auxiliary verb. It “helps” and needs other verbs to be used.

    She can do it.
    We should leave early.
    They’ll be angry if we don’t finish this.

    I hope this helps!

    Alex

      Thank you very much, Alex.
      It means every modal verb is an auxiliary verb.

      adrijana

Thanks Still, you are Excellent teacher.

rostislav1

Thank you Gill

Umme

9/10 thank Gill

adoibrahim74

THANKS JILL
Much appriciated!
But we need to know not only about SHOULD WOULD and COULD. There are other words to watch about , like WILL NEED and so on.
Would you be so kind to make other videos about these words too?

proverbial horse

Thank you so much Gill!!!
If I won the lottery, I would travel to London to meet you ;)

knopfler86

thanks a lot. so useful. just sometimes the quality of the film drop down in many other Engvid videos.

F.Astani

I liked the lesson.

Gouveia1

Thank you!
I lovely your class.

spcopat

Thanks

Kingsley Donkor Junior

Gill is cool!

caonez

Hello
very good lesson…
I hope to remember main points of all this!!!
but it was really like to have a teacher at home :)
thank you!

Sylvain31

Thank you Gill.It’s Always quiet to learn with you.

beernaard

Thank you very much Gill for aggregating all cases where we can use this verb. I am going to look at “could” video

Leonid Ramzaev

Hi, I would like to practice my speaking English. I leave my WhatsApp number in my profile. Feel free to contact me.

Maher69

thank you. It was very interresting.

Fabio Gestar

Is this correct?

“I would like to talk about” or should it be

I Will like to talk about….

Chiazor

    Hi Chiazor, the MUCH more common set phrase is “I would like to talk about” in this case. It can have a present or near future meaning. However, “I will like to talk about” is possible, but only has a future meaning. It can also be misunderstood because it COULD sound like you’re making a promise that you WILL enjoy talking about something in the future.

    Stick with “I would like to talk about.” :)

    Alex

the question number 8 the answer was (I used to polish my shoes every day, but I don’t do that anymore.)
why he doesn’t do that any more
i understood that he used to polish his shoes that is meaning it always are dirty
would you like to reply to me please

MEMO khaled

    The sentence is just hypothetical or conditional and it implies that he used to do it before but he stopped dude to some reason – this could be any reason.

    Thomas907

Thank you Gill.

Tyrion

I have 10/10, thank Gill, your lesson is very useful and interesting

nguyen van long

Thanks Gill! I got 10 correct question.

Claudia Monteiro

get mistake in pronunciation and hit the 90

tabahprasetyo

I scored 10/10. Thank you Gill. Your lesson was very useful.

acmarc

amazing!!!

CaritoCobo

Thank you Ms. Gill for your lesson. Very useful as usual 🙂

VALE.J

Gill, your presentation was explicit; I scored 100. Thanks from my end!

Thomas907

Thanks Gill.

Marco Santos

It was a nice lesson, ma’am.you taught according to my pace of learning 😜
Thank you

Vertika

I m new to this site

I wanna do practice of English and get my errors corrected.
Is this possible to do it here ??

Vertika

I would Thanks engvid & The great teacher Gill …

husam simawi

Thank you very much for the fact that you are very nice Gill

otmane abdane

Respected Madam i would be thankful to you

jssenthil

Hello
Thank you for incredible amazing lesson!!!
I have a question, why in this sentence “I would’ve cooked a meal, but I didn’t have time.” we do not say “but i had not had time”, is it not a third conditional where we use past perfect?
Thank you in advance

Malika5

Thank you Gill <3

Sandra Marafioti

Thanks Gill

Dridi Abir

thank you so much :)

huseyinkaplan

100%. Thank you.

Radlin

thank you!

Ivonne Malave

10/10
Great!
Thank you for lesson:)

dimamuzyka17

:D thank you

jack0910

i like you teach and different way use would very useful to me and i want quiz but engvid.com I couldn’t take quiz please help i need more quiz

sat@12

thank you Gill you are great teacher

khalid mohamed Attia

Thank you. I appriciated it.
I’d like to support you.

Songyeon

Amazing, thanks Gill!

ctierrez

Hello Could you forgive my question but are you sure there isn’t an error Here
I would’ve cooked a meal, but I didn’t have time..I think that maybe it should be better to write I would’ve looked

Adonais

got 100%..thank mam Gill

qamar abbas khoja

I have got only 8…

G.E.S

thank you Gill, the lesson is really helpful .

hasna@ajbar

Thank you. It was very detailed & informative…

Murat Olcen

I got 9/10
Thanks for the lesson Gill !

Rizwan tukiran

Thank you. I enjoy with your classes. Very interesting.

Pamaes

I got 10 correct out of 10. Thanks so much for giving me lessons. Teacher Gill is great to explain the lesson.

Nartjaree P.

Please, take a look at number 7 question, there is an error. The correct answer counts as incorrect in the final result. Was getting 9/10 everytime. Thanks.

OrdinaryEnglishStudent

    Which answer do you think is the correct one?

    engVid Moderator

      You are right. I guess I misunderstood. “I used to polish my shoes every day, but I don’t do that anymore.” seems like the correct one. Still, kind of a tricky question, to me at least. Shouldn’t it be could instead of would in the question to fit the answer properly? Doesn’t would suggest regular past action?

      OrdinaryEnglishStudent

        Yes, “would” suggests regular past action. For this question, the key bit is past. “At one time” and “would” imply that you don’t polish your shoes any more.

        If you still polish your shoes every day, you would just say “I polish my shoes every day” or “I have always polished my shoes every day”. I hope this helps.

        engVid Moderator

Great and easy to understand , thank you

Mahmoud.Hawamdeh

My favourite teacher.

Andrey Zaytsev

Thanks to Gill, I got 100%…

Toffee228

What an excellent teacher!I really enjoyed the lesson.

Zeljka

It is worth reading the incorrect answers too. They are very funny sometimes. :)

Ferat Bey

Thanks !

Rob Roy

9/10 thank you Hill

Somasundharam

    9/10.m’m explained it very well.thank u

    Girijasoman

Your lesson about using word would is very useful and helpful for me, thank you.

MehmetKosal

Thanks

Fadlnagy

I got 10 out 10 again. Thank you Gill. You are very detail person and very easy to understand.:)

huynhbeti

i got 9/10 from test Gill thank. am progress a bit well

musa latjor

thanks to Gill for perfect lesson.

HuAvAL

90/100
Thank you Gill, very valued lesson.

alaa2211@gmail.com

Thank Gill. This lesson is so important and so very beautiful and so well explained!

AlessandroItaly

Thanks for another lesson. It was a pleasure. If i were rich i would give you some money. You are doing great job madam :)
See you later. Thanks again <3

marcin95

Gill thanks so mach. 10/10 Wow

Helen Mistro

Thank you Ms Gill for teaching the concept and thorough usage of “would” in full

Ryan1969

Thanks you, I would have a teacher like you at school !!

philefebvr

Thank you it’s very interesting.

Hassan Hamadtou

thankss Gill <3

ferminiana

Thank you it was excellent

Navidgh

I’ve got 100% correct,,,!!! Thanks Gill for your excellent explanations in your lessons,,,!!!

Moller Dansk

I’d like to know, whether our answers have saved itself somewhere to back to each topic later and refreshed in mind?
Or some history card in profile?
Thank you in advance.

Dima Sviridow

thanks Gill for all of this tips, keep it up! God bless, and nice sweater by the way!

yuriduartte1994

Thanks a lot. It was very interesting lesson’

aius65

Nice lesson. Thanks Gill!!

mula1979

Amazing, Gill! Thanks a lot, you have a patient teaching style!

josenetofaria

Thank you Gill! This has cleared my concept for the word “would”.

niteshdodi

I love how this woman teaches English. Lovely!

Daniel F. Munoz

Your strategy in teaching is easy to understand.Thank you I’m enjoying your lessons everytime.

Ma.elzeera

Thank you , Gil

aurea almada

I scored 10/10, thank you so much Gill!

anoud00

Oh God, I’m so happy, I finished my test and the score was 100, really, I’ve learned quite, thank you proffesor Gill, your lessons are amazing.

Pedro Alejandro

Wonderful lesson mam!Thanks for your great efforts and taking time to help us.you are the best teacher ever on YouTube.I really improve my English as much as I can through this site.A great thanks for all the teachers on engvid.com for their endless support to us.

Prasunan

thank you Gill I got 10/10

giogio56

Thank you Ms. Gill.

Alex-1956

I just do not understand why you used the word ‘would’ instead of just ‘did’ in the following question: ‘Why would she leave her car here?’ Is there any special reason for that or both forms are mutually interchangeable? Thank you. :)

Pawel Dzilinski

Thank you Gill, YOU KNOW HOW TO MAKE YOUR STUDENTS HOW TO UNDERSTAND ENGLISH EASILY AND CORRECTLY.

Yohannes S Shukarey

Thank you Gill!

Lleandroalves

Thanks for your awesome efforts.

Mohammedof

Thank you for this class! it was good

DavidVent19

10/10
Thank you

Aswathi brijith

I would like to say ”Thank you madam”

Narayanan V

Thank you madam. I got 10 out of 10.

Narayanan V

nice experience

SagarBiswas

Thanks

alanguia

I like this lesson, I would really thank Ms. Gill

Fahd Nasser
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