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41 COMMENTS

That’s was a fantastic lesson..thank you

Marcusfer07

    That is a great lesson

    mohamed edris

This lesson is so useful. It helped me a lot! Thank you, Benjamin.

IsraelLucas

i’m a begest thanker

Dr.Ahmed Manaa

Thank you.

Phongsavath

It’s not too difficult, but saying it at the right moment makes all the difference and helps you get into a polite conversation.
Well done Benjamin. That’s a good lesson!

Roberto

Congratulations for such great lesson Benjamin!

Uriel Hangorls

well done :D

Jessel Sumaribos

Thanks, I enjoy the lesson

Maria del Pilar

Thanks

Sam Island

Thanks! Congratulation for this class.

laertecontato

Benjamin, don’t mention it.

Terrysam

Great lesson, thank you very much.
I think such expressions (and especially the way they are said) are useful not only for beginners but also for intermediate students.

GaborK

The ING form can be a complement without a preposition. For instance: “I hate waiting in a queue”. It’s correct? or shut be “I hate to waiting in a queue”

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Thank you.

Rasho

Nice, it was such a great lesson, can’t wait for more.

brunosoares07

thank You very much

Aml Mounier

Its very useful and it helps a lot. Thanks

Cathy72

Fantastic lesson!

krollos

I’ve got 90 score. I think that is good. Isn’t?

wilksonrobert

Great lesson!

Cintyalops

thank you , i enjoyed

jiji97

It was a fantastic session. Thank you so much

Ekta Malankar

well done

AFSHINAZS

10/10 thanks:)

Terva

Thank you,it really helps a lot!

rtagbriella

Thank you sir.such a great lesson!

Prasunan

oh i loved this video so much! Great job, Benjamin, thanks a lot!

DanSor

Love it

Celeste.palasan36@yahoo.com

Hi, when someone thank something to you, can’t you also say: “you’re welcome”? Or maybe that’s already old fashioned phrase?
Thanks :)

Emily

I’d like to talk about one of my weaknesses in learning English. It’s about listening. The reason I’m not very good at listening is because I’m easily distracted and can’t concentrate for a long time. If I concentrate what speaker say, I may understand most of them. But I often lose focus and get stuck what the speaker said just before and then can’t listen the remaining portion at all. It would be good if there is a lesson about a topic to strengthen concentration when talking in English.

Insoo Yeo

Thank’s Benjamin ! Well done

DmitriyVRN

thanks teacher very good lesson, is great

Wilson Barrera

Very good lesson.

ramakrishnareddyb

Thank you and well done.

Bursar

My problems are spelling,writing and punctuation

HARRIET NANYONGA

Thanks Benjamin. I got out 10 of 10

victorhespinoza

that´s great lesson. Thanks Benjamin

Gruba

My score 9/10

Gayane Harutyunyan

10/10. Great lesson, Ben.

zigmund

thank you Benjamin

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