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Excellent site for education

khaldieh samara

    Thank you! I’m glad it is useful.

    Alex

Thank you for the lesson!!!

irina.endorfina

    My pleasure. Thank you for studying with me!

    Alex

    I´d say “could you lend me your phone?”, but if you want the right answer, ask the squirrel. It was closer to you when you were explaining the differences :)

    knopfler86

    Could you lend me your phone is correct

    Parisasoltani77

To be honest, it was a bit difficult to pay attention to your lesson when a beautiful squirrel was having some fun behind you.
Apart from that, excellent lesson as always, Mr. Makar!!!Straight to the point!!
(Squirrel: min 2:34 to 3:34)
Thanks a lot ;)

knopfler86

    The true star of the show! I hope it kept people captivated! Haha.

    Alex

    So I reviewed the lesson but I didn’t see the squirrel. Fortunately, you gave us the time slot and I finally discovered the squirrel. You are really sharp. Thanks.

    beernaard

1o/1o :D
thanks a lot Mr.Alex
i got the difference between these words

Janyl

    That’s great! :) Keep it up.

    Alex

Thanks alot, I’m seriously learning

Oladele1068

    That’s fantastic to hear. Keep it up!

    Alex

Good lesson! Thank you very much! I hope I’ll remember different between borrow and lend.
Before I think lend is only about money…

NataliaTsey

    I’m glad I was able to expand your knowledge of this verb! :) You can lend someone anything, not just money.

    Alex

I have a question from the book Reading Explorer 4 by National geographic. On page 128 writer used the word wired in the sentence “We are wired to collaborate”
In this sentence, the author means that “there is ________ basis for our ability to work together. and possible answers given are
1. an electronic.
2. a biological.
3. simple.
4. necessary.
Can someone tell me the right answers for this?

Hammad Khan

    Without more context, it’s difficult to say, but I would say it’s #2. If we “are wired” to do something, it means something is naturally part of our “programming” as humans. :)

    Alex

“Living in a borrowed time.” Great song by John Lennon.
About the bank, could I say “I need to loan some money from the bank?” is this a colossal mistake,professor?

zigmund

    I would say “I need to get a loan from the bank,” “I need a bank loan,” or “I need to borrow some money from the bank.”

    Alex

Thanks a liked a lot

avictoria

    You’re welcome! I hope it was useful. :)

    Alex

Alex, you are excellent teacher.

grechi

    Thank you. I hope the lesson was useful.

    Alex

Alex, thank you for simple explanation.

Catherine Honcharova

    My pleasure, Katheryn! I’m glad it was useful.

    Alex

good lesson . thanks a lot

Imanova AYDAN

    You’re very welcome, Imanova! :) I’m glad it was beneficial.

    Alex

thank you

debaratir2608

    You’re welcome. Thank you for studying with me, and good luck with your English journey!

    Alex

Thank you

naeemada99

    My pleasure. I hope it was useful! :)

    Alex

thank you for this perfect explanation I got IT.

farida77

    That’s great to hear! I’m glad you found it useful, farida.

    Alex

Very helpful. Thank you so much for engvid team

Dolma@4553

    Any time. Thanks for studying with all of us! :)

    Alex

I felt this lesson easy to understand but such a practical lesson that I may use the pattern in everyday life. Always thank you for providing great lessons. There are some confusing words that look similar to one another. For example, ‘lie’ and ‘lay’, ‘house’ and ‘home’, and so on. I have difficulty between ‘in’ and ‘on’ when using time expression. For instance, ‘On the weekend’ or ‘In the weekend’.

Insoo Yeo

    Hi Insoo, thanks for studying with EngVid! I hear you about similar words being a bit difficult to differentiate sometimes. for “on the weekend” vs. “in the weekend” the answer is “on the weekend” (American English) and “at the weekend” (British English). I hope this helps. Thanks again for checking out the lesson. Enjoy your weekend. :)

    Alex

thank you so much

walid1726m

    You’re very welcome, walid. Thank you for studying with me!

    Alex

This is my first online english lesson ever. Understandable and easy. Thank you

Volodymyr Zastava

    I’m always happy to see new visitors. Welcome to EngVid! :) I hope you find a lot of useful materials to help you practice and improve your English.

    Alex

Thanks a million

wailinthu

    My pleasure. Thanks for studying with me and with EngVid.

    Alex

it was my first lesson. thank you

TolgaHanY

    I hope it was the first of many lessons! Good luck with your English studies.

    Alex

thanks

Haeriah Rachman

    No problem. Thanks for checking out the lesson. I hope it was useful.

    Alex

thank you

Selarabiy

    You’re welcome. Good luck with your English studies!

    Alex

Woow, i got 10 correct out of 10

adilajda

    Well done! The next step is to use the language in speaking. Good luck!

    Alex

Good luck Alex.

safakyz

Thanks for the lesson!

Alyssa248

Thanks Alex. I think will be clear from now. By the way It´s nice to see you outside background.

Alwis1974

thanks a lot,i learn a lot from this lessons,and i can also differ from these two words

zhanglinhao

great lesson

mel123

Thank you Alex!!!

Marulist

10 out of 10. So it was easy. One, perhaps two more attempts. TU ALEX

SengVid

    Thanks for this lesson.

    31JK

thank you Alex.

really was complicated… but i did it!

ChrisKings

thanke you ,you realy explaning things clearly and make it easy

asma565

Thank you very much our teacher for good informations

Abdalla123

Thank you Alex

Esmeralda Porto

Thank you so much. I got it. I was struggling with the difference between the 2 words.

MarIsa2022

question number 3 ?? is confusing me… “my” ??

josephe1993@

Thank you Teacher

Kris84

Thank you so much for the best lesson.

William Goodluck Merumba

Alex, thank you a lot!
It is simply explanations for hard topic.

Inna Maksima

Thank you! I think that i understand your lesson. At the university i had pre-intermidiate level. But it was 17 years ago.
Hope you understand my english.

Kadrilove7

Thank you, I have never thought about this difference, but it is clear now.

Ivana.M

Thank you

omardorgham

Love your teaching, Thank you so much.

Kejizad

Thank you very much teacher Alex, the lesson was helpful to me as I was confusing two of these words

ILU MSHANA

thaank you for lessen, ı understood

huseyin10

thanks for your comprehensive explanation. now those are as day as clear.

Sher Hussain Hussainpor (sher.hussain58@yahoo.com)

The video is awesome! Thank you, great teacher!

Hieu Tr๏ng Khau

Lesson learned. Thank you 02.07.22

povdan

Thank you, Alex, for this great explanation. Before this lesson, I thought that these words are simply synonyms and not more. Have a nice weekend!!!

bogveb2

thank you it’s very useful

youcefkacemalgers

thanks

nizar hossam sahlaoui

Waoh very helpful to me thanks teacher

Mayian Kimmy

thanks

abdo676

thank for everything Alex teacher

MENSURE

thank’s

abdelmouiz

Thank you for your lessons.

Shwe Yamin

Thank you for this lesson

Ahya@1986

thanks man

Guillermoguzman

Very good! thx

massimo.palmesi

thanks a lot this lessons is very usfull

rachidzi
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