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318 COMMENTS

nice, so i am going to learn some new things here :-)

venkat01

Hello
Thank You Adam.Always nice see Your Lessons:)

mieto1969

thankkkk you and i hope to get 100 in the quiz

ashliy

    100 quizzes. Really. I like you :D

    Vinh AVA

thanks

nabil athmane

Thanks Adam. I’ve got 8/10

Shahriyar

please make a video about “Used to” For Example: Yes, I used to… Thanks in advance.

Shahriyar

    Will do, Shahriyar

    Adam

      plz also include this…
      Whether can we use “getting used to” in English. & if yes then what does it exactly means?

      engvidasker

      Hi, I have questions- Does get going also mean start and cant we use “he is accepted to the college instead of got accepted? thank you beforehand..)

      armine3465

        no he is accepted means that he accept. not be accepted. like he is own of college and accept students

        erenim

Thanks a lot, Alex.

Marcelo Machado

    Than you learned o lot

    ibrahim2014

Thanks a lot and I will help any one would like to learn Arabic

els626

Thanks for this lesson. I had headaches trying to learn the meanings of this word properly

question

why didn’t you use are instead of is ( either of the answers is correct )

answers are not singular

ikiller

    The subject is “either” (“Either is correct”)not “the answers”

    arinamg

    Hi Ikiller,

    Arina(mg) is correct. The verb agrees with the subject ‘either’. Expanded it looks like this:

    Either (one of the sentences) is correct. Don’t match a verb to what comes after a preposition (in this case ‘of).

    Hope that helps.

    Adam

Where the punctuation lesson Adam ?

hesham10

    It’s coming Hesham. Not sure when, but it’s coming . :)

    Adam

Thanks for the lesson, Adam.

justiniano

I have got only 6 correct out of 10. Well, I must have stronger efforts to be better. Thanks for the great lesson.

mahaviro

Hi Adam,
Could you explain the first question about(get+ing)+ (verb+ing)?

And the second question, What’s the difference between “get going” and “get started”? these expressions means exactly the same?

my best!

edgardit

    Hi Edgard,

    In the first question, you need an object for the preposition ‘of’. In this case we can turn the passive get punished, or be punished into a gerund form to create the object.

    As for your second question, pretty much the same, though get going has more the idea of an action, or a trip, etc. But they can be interchanged in most situations.

    Hope this helps.

    Adam

Hi Adam. I love all your lessons you are excellent thanks you very very very much from AZERBAIJAN!!!

aduinterpreter

Dear teacher could you explain the sixth question please

aduinterpreter

    Hi Aduinterpreter,

    Basically, I’m hungry means I need food now. I’m getting hungry means that soon I’ll be hungry. That is, I am starting to feel hunger, but can wait a little longer.

    Does that help?

    Adam

      Thanks you very very very much

      aduinterpreter

      Thanks, teacher.

      John Lennon Barcelos

      Thank you, Adam!

      diegomarchetti

Hi Adam. I always like your lessons. Because they are always interesting and helpful. Thankssssss for that:D.

ganbashir15

Good lesson! Now less fear when somebody says in this way

kishtuki

    Luckily my neighbourhood didn’t get flooded, but we are ony just now getting electricity back! :S

    engVid Moderator

      Well that nothing more happened ;). Hopefully the food is not spoiled in the fridge; due to the power outage.

      artur72

    I love Nature. I think it’s important that she reminds us once in a while that she is stronger than we are, and that we need to respect her.

    :)

    Adam

      Proper Indian saying! We see that you are from Canada ;) I agree with you fully. Nevertheless, I hope that we stay alive. Despite the strength of nature.

      All the best Adam. I like so much you style, how you teach.

      artur72

Thanks a lot! Great lesson!

kenzoll

Great lesson!!! Thanks for this job.

maragraciela29

I´ve got a 10. Thanks pal

ricart100

Yey! 9 of 10 no bad, thanks :)

issl0213

Hi Adam…………
As usual you have given another useful lesson sir…..thanks a lot sir…….

thusan

Thanks Adam! I did well the quiz

sgmmm

thank u Mrs Adam but i want ur help how to use “get” as phrasal verbs like get though – get along – get around ………..

sami45

    Hi Sami,

    I’ll try to make a lesson on that soon. :)

    Adam

Thanks! Great Lesson!!!

mazinho007

Hi teachers I’m abdelle one the students I’ve two common expression please help me out if you can
1 a number of
2 the number of

abdelle

    Hi Abdelle,

    a number of = some
    the number of refers to an actual number, a count.
    Both expressions create a singular:

    A number of students complained about the amount of homework (= some students complained)

    The number of students in the class has risen sharply since the two schools merged. (before- 23 students in the class, after- 34 students.)

    Does that help?

    Adam

I”m glad learning from you ! Thanks a lot.

peet

    Will do, John :)

    Adam

Interesting lesson, Adam. Thanks a lot.

zann

Thanks! I got 100.

mjxletgo

Thanks a lot.Great as always.My question is:
In the following statement is it correct to use “get” while speaking ? (I believe I have heard)
” I am sure it hasn’t get fixed ”
or should we use got/gotten instead ?

badami

    I would say:
    “I’m sure it wasn’t fixed.”
    “I’m sure it hasn’t been fixed.”
    “I’m sure it didn’t get fixed.”
    These three come to my mind when I’m thinking about your sentence.

    morfik

    Hi Badami,

    It should be ” It hasn’t gotten fixed yet”
    or, “It hasn’t been fixed yet”

    Adam

thanks a lot for the lesson but sir i have a question with ‘was’ mostly we use ing and so how would we know when to use past participle

tanveeriqbal

    Maybe this can help you:
    1.Was/were + verb+ing = past continuous tense ( it expresses an action in development in the past – ex. “I was writing when you called”)
    2.Was/were + past participle = simple past tense, passive voice ( “The letter was written” “The car was repaired”)

    arinamg

    Hi Tanveeriqbal,

    Use the past part. when the situation needs a passive voice, that is, when the subject is not doing the action, but receiving it.

    Hope that helps.

    Adam

Hi Adam. Very clear as usual. Since I have started learning English, I have been amazed by the using of “get”. I would say it is the word the most used in your language. When the other day I “got to” Toronto from Rochester after a flight in a wonderful little plane, I thought I could easily “get” along with you. I “got’ stuck in the airport for hours waiting for my connecting flight to Paris and I “got” bored. :-)

patple13

    Good examples :)

    Adam

Hi Mr.Adam
Thanks a lot for this video.Could you please talk about ‘Compound adjectives’.
Thanks a million!

farhad2020

    Hi Farhad,

    Good lesson idea. I’ll get on that.

    Adam

i have just started learning English and your lessons are really helpful
thank you Adam

shukung777

Hi Adam,
I like every your lessons.
Here, I get confused about “go” verb.
every verbs after “get” they are in past or past participle form, but why “get + going”.
Thank you, Adam.

hieutran

    Hi Hieutran,

    This is actually more of an idiom. Idioms generally don’t follow the rules. :)

    Adam

hey ,i’m really poor ,i got 5/10.what i neeed to do.pls help me

rajpal90

    It’s just practice, Rajpal. keep at it. :)

    Adam

      Thank you sir,I think what I need is motivation.Thank you very much sir for your comment.

      rajpal90

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

amran33

“I’m hungry. or I’m getting hungry. Which of these suggests that we need to find some food now?” — I would choose both. The first one means that I’m hungry now, and the second one that I will be soon, so I have to take care of it now — better sooner than later. xD

I didn’t know what “black eye” is, and I thought that “baseball” means the stick, because in my native language (in slang) we refer to it in that way. So, the example was really weird when I had read it. :) But now I get it, and “baseball” simply means the ball, and that guy got hit in his head. I think if he really got hit straight in the eye, he would lose his eye and not just got a black eye.

morfik

    You’d be surprised Morfik ;)

    Adam

Thanks Adam

mandepudi12

Nice try, Quiz. :-)

alexye

Thank Adam.

Could you explain to me the difference between “Avenue” and “Boulevard”?
Thanks so much.

windy87

    Hi Windy,

    These days it seems Blvd., Ave., St. Rd. and Ln. are not as meaningful as they used to be.

    Blvd. mostly means a wide road, with something down the middle, while Ave. is a tree-lined street, that is supposed to be a little fancy.

    Today, urban planners name roads and streets, etc. according to need more than suitability.

    Not sure if that helps. Let me know.

    Adam

      Thank Adam so much. I understand.
      One more question, need your advice.
      What is the difference between “supply” and “provide”?

      windy87

Thanks! helpful Lesson

rnogueira

hi,
Adam
i want to know the differnce between i am hungry and i am getting hungry???

suneethamgowda

    Hi Suneethamgowda,

    The first means I’m hungry now. the second means that i am starting to feel hunger, but can wait a little while to eat.

    Adam

Hello who want to practice their English add me on Skype: Popoff882 my English level is an advanced

jeffreyemty

Can you make a lesson showing how make questions like that…
“How will I do that?”
or
“How I will do that?”
it also appears when when we’re using are,is,do,etc.
Explaining which one come first, the pronoun or the verb,this could be a fool question but I have some problems with that LoL… Thanks
**Say my name on your lesson** LoL See Yaaaa

italopes8

    Hi Italo,

    In a question, the verb usually comes before the subject, otherwise you might have a noun clause.
    :)

    Adam

Very nice lesson but i’m still a little bit confussed with “get going” :(

stevencssm

    Hi steven,

    get going is an idiom. It means ‘start’.

    Can we get going already? I don’t have all day.

    Does that help?

    Adam

Thank you very much in deed! I want to ask you about the basic difference between American English and British English;which one of it is more acceptable in a sense of grammar.

sint2020

    Hi Sint,

    Both use good grammar. Which is better depends on who you ask. A Brit would say British English, and an American will say American English. Both would be correct.

    Adam

hello, I am Anutosh from India. Although I have so confused for the ‘GET’ word, you solved it so easily. So I would like to say thank you. Could you please do one favor more, I have one another confuse word that is ‘LET’. Sometime I do not understand when I use that word. Please please please give us one lesson on ‘LET’ word.

anutoshguha

    Hi Anutosh,

    I’ll see what I can do for you.

    Adam

tanks Adam

milaad

hello really it’s enjoyement lessons but i would like to say something i get a little difficulties to speak english that cause i don’t find with who practise english generally
so some one have a great method to help me to use english alone and increase my vocabularies a little bit thanks for sharing with me have fun … thanks Adam teacher so much for that support bye good luck.

samirpro

    Hi Samirpro,

    I recommend reading a lot for vocab. Maybe also join an online community with a chance to speak.

    Hope that helps.

    Adam

I got 7 :) Well thats good enough I think!
Hi Adam can you please explain me the kinds of conjunction? thanks in advance

Saiful Anwar

    I’ll get on it. :)

    Adam

hi Adam how are you ?? thanks a lot about your aid that is alot support us to ahead in our language i don’t know enough english i’m so sorry teachers bye thanks for that programme good way next ……

samirpro

Out of all relation to the lesson, can you tell me how to learn the word stress in English? I read some rules – stress on the first syllable for most two syllable nouns and adjectives, and on the second for most two syllable verbs; for compound nouns – stress on the first part, and for compound verbs and adjectives – on the second part.But I don’t know why, for example, “forward” and “toward” are stressed in different ways. Or maybe there are no rules, and I just have to learn every word with its pronunciation and stress? The pronunciation is also very difficult for me, not because I can’t pronounce, but because there are no rules…or there are too many exceptions.For example, in your name, Adam, the A sound has two different pronunciation.In my language the A sound (like in my name,Arina)has only one pronunciation (like “o” in “other”)And this was just an easy example.But maybe this is part of English language charm.
Thank you for your patience to read this :)

arinamg

    Hi Arina,

    I’m sad to say that there are no rules for this really. A good dictionary will tell you where to put the stress, but that can be pretty tedious. Listening to movies and such will help, but mostly it’s practice. try recording yourself saying things you hear native speakers say and compare.

    Maybe it is the English charm, but I’m sure it can be quite annoying, especially when you hear a British person and an American say the same word differently.
    :)

    Adam

      Yes,it is.But I am not so young (unfortunately),and getting old has one advantage, at least; you become more patient. :)
      Thank you for your answer!

      arinamg

nice one..

nrox86

Thank you Adam

nour28

Adam, could you please tell me when we use “off + of” and when just “off”? Lately I watched The Mummy, and there were two situations in which “off” appeared:

“Hey, get your ugly face off of her!”
“Get off me! Get off!”

As you can see, in the first one we have “off + of”, but in the second example, there is just “off”. What if I said “get off of me”? Is that possible?

morfik

    It’s possible, and actually common, but incorrect. The ‘of’ is called a redundancy and drives editors crazy. Avoid it if you can, but realize that many native speakers will not think twice if you use it.

    Adam

I have more questions. :)

1. Adam, you said once the following sentence:
“As for no/not here is a lesson by James.”

You used “as for” in order to refer to something in my comment. I’ve always been using “as to”, and I’m wondering if I make a mistake here because I’ve seen many people using “as for”, and I can’t recall a person who said “as to”.

2. What is the difference between “think of” and “think about” Can I use them interchangeably?

morfik

    1. You can’t begin a sentence with as to. it is a useful expression, but just has a different usage:

    I’m not sure as to whether he handed it in already or not.
    It means pretty much the same as as for, but has a more ‘directive’ usage. That is, it directs something else to the focus of the sentence, whereas, as for, can shift that focus from the beginning.
    (is that crystal clear or clear as mud?)

    2. think of, means bring to mind (I can’t think of any reason he would do that).
    Think about means meditate on something.

    No, they can’t be used interchangeably.

    (good questions )

    Adam

      2. I have to think about it. :)

      1. Hmmm, so basically if I want start a sentence, I should use “as for”, but in the other cases, I can use both, right?

      morfik

thaanks Adam you are so kind.

donederin

And one more:)
What is the difference between “worth” and “worthy”? In a dictionary both exist as adjectives.

Should I say “it’s worth doing…” or “it’s worthy doing…”? Google returns much more results in the case of the first option, so this should be the right choice, but I don’t know why. :)

morfik

    worth is the simpler one, meaning has value.

    Worthy, means deserving of something (respect, attention, love, etc.)Usually we say it about a person.

    You are too kind. She is not worthy of your kindness.

    Does that help?

    Adam

      If I understood this well, I could say:

      A picture is worth a thousand words, but many of them (pictures) are not worthy of my attention.

      morfik

Great lesson, handsome teacher :)

fab8

    :)

    Adam

hello thank you a lot teacher Adam ………

samirpro

merci adam

driss23

Thanks a lot very useful lesson. You said: get started = start, whether got started = started it is also the same meaning ?

yubii

    Hi Yubli,

    Yes, it is, just in the past tense.

    Adam

شكراً.ihop you know
what’s that means

moe78

Thank you Adam!

cnavodi

:( I GOT 6. It’s not good enough.

arouf62

thx alot igot 9 :)

an2ooosha

Thank you :)

Adam

ho Mrs Adam for ur time to respond me) it is really a an honor to get a replay from u ) u r really a good teacher ) thank u so much

sami45

thanks.

i don,t understand clearly. i got 4/10

smbinitha

Thank you so much handsome teacher Adam ^_^ I’m getting now ^_^

dawloy

what is the different bewteen “i’m hungry” and “i’m getting hungry”?

liuhaoning

Dear Adam, in this lesson u teach how and where we can use of get word. I have one doubt here you used get past tense also, but we can use got also in past tense. Please address me difference between “get”&”got”. Thank u sir.

jeniva

Thank you but I need to do lot of practice in this lesson.

rajsai

Hi, Adam! Thanks for excellent lesson. I have a question about task #7.

He _________ accepted into college.

the correct answer is got, all other verbs aren’t in the past form. Is it correct to say
He was accepted into college? And why the variant “he is accepted” is incorrect??

Great thanks in advance.

l0rd

It was interesting lesson.Thanks to Adam!

gpio8080

thanks Adam>>> nice explain.

jasmine1997

Onh, I should resit in English class : p. Test result 60?!?!

saran82

i got surprised with my score !

diegoalexssander

Thanks Adam but I have to practice a lot my score was only 70.

rajsai

Thanks for your help Adam!!! I’m waiting for an intensive lesson on phrasal verbs!!!Please :)

paolo85

thanks Mr. Adam

hershellbaps

thanks adam,
i really like your way in teaching. please, i have a request to do a video about “names of diseases” like cough , diarrhea and so on because i`m a teacher and my students always ask me about names of many diseases but i don`t know most of them .

Mahmoud Mohammed

Hello,
it’s really good to see this Sites work for me and all the teacher taught well now what i have to say here on particular lesson on “GET” you give TWO difference between Get some with
Get Punished…
.
.
.
.

and rest with
Get Started
.
.
.
.
.
my question arise that both punished & started are PP so how we define in sentence separately ?

please clear my doubt ?

harshvyas

9/10. Thank You

edenforever

mr adams i have a problem i usual use simple word i didnt use this Expression is that wrong ?

shehabahmed

Hi Teacher
I have a question, when we use ” Get ” with recieve the action, do we always use past participle?

TinaC

thanks Adam for this helpful lesson

ah2mhm

the explenation is excelent but i don’t understand how to use ” get going”

edwar914

Thanks Adam for giving us useful lesson

kayan

is there a deffrence between american english and britich english in that topic ?

salemmms

hi teacher i have many problemmes with english “conjugaison des verbes” can u help me plz :(

yassirch

hi Teacher Adam, I need explain about passive Voice please.

sara

Thank you

KORINA KATS

Nice lesson Adam…….

raziel17

Thank you so much :)

Juditt

my score was 60.. omg… hahah well, im pretty exceitied about this site, is very helpfull… bye bye for now

Bnzo

thank you teacher adam
i want learning more than grammer

thanks waad

waad alomran

thank you. ^^

ninethdec

I thought it’s “Get start” before I watched this video. Thanks Mr.Adam

ゞ(≧▽≦*)o

Please teacher, can you do, in summary the most importent things to learn english, and please can you mike a lesson about english speaking (american)?!! thank you teacher you are the best. respect from me

dadiziat

You’re such a great teacher Adam, Thanks for teaching us how to use the word “get” in a conversation.

Bien

Thank you, teacher Adam.

bummia

Teacher, have some video that learn about “as long as”?

d0harcans

Poor me, got 6 out of 10.. :D

AgentHush

am so satisfied please go on adam

RACHID40

thank you alot adam for that useful lesson

eslam92

thank you teacher
very nice lesson

wo00ody

please teacher I want lesson about troublesome verbs when used??
sorry. I am not good in write english

wo00ody

Thank you very much.

bummia

Thanx

safar23

Thank you!Very useful lesson!

Abisso Rain

Thank you Adam
for this lesson

ashrfayyad22

I appreciate your effort to help us

Thank you so much :D

Jolee

Thank you adam , your ideas are very close for us.

Mohammed ahj

    Thank you adam , your ideas are very close for us.

    Mohammed ahj

Thank you Adam. Another excellent lesson.

gcontrino

great lesson!

Alberto Silva

I messed up just the question number 4. In my country “black eye” is called “purple eye”!! hehehe Thanks for the lesson!!

Floydjam

get and got Right?

sara

Very basically, I got 9 correct out of amount. But I still don’t understand yet, why I should use “I’m hungry” not “I’m getting hungry” when I need to find some food. Anyway, thanks a lot guru!

Vino

nice work adam keep going

Ahmed Sabeh

yay… i got 10/10 Thank you Mr Adam i understand get really well now

Lydia Thomas

hi adam nice lesson thank you

MDradiologist

I would like to meet a new friends from all over the world! If you wish to add me so I invite you to my skype(rasim053499)
Thank you Adam for the excellent job!!!

Abdel Said

Thanks
I got 40%

Abdul Qayum

7/10

nevinrupani1

    thank u so much

    nevinrupani1

use of get which you told us are all uses of get.

hs786

hi
adam if is that possible talk about Tenses ( especially past tenses ) please…
I don’t know how and when to use them :(
I studied alot but, I got confused…:(

Mahdi.N

please a lesson about past perfect continuous

rahma boukhris

Hi Adam I have a question. In question 7, I checked ‘is’ because I thought that the college accepted him as its student then he ‘is accepted’ to be that colleage student. As the answer is ‘got’, should I change that sentece to ‘He accepted into college’? Please comment

polemarchos

Thanks a lot *-*

YumiArantes

All the lessons are fantastic. Thanks a lot. Please let us know when you finish your book and get it published!!!!!!! I know it will be a big success.

underday

Thanks teacher.

25mom

Thank you. I love the way you teach. Very clear, very interesting.

Satinlily

I still have confusion…I think I need more practice…could you help me, from I can solve more test..

shiva narayana

Hi Adam, thank you for this lesson, I feel confused about this question
2. “Well, before we ____________ with today’s lesson topic, let’s quickly review last week’s material.”
get started
get going

I chose the first answer, but the right answer is the second, how?
I think it must be get started

lislyly

hi adam!!
I want to know where we use “up”.
like showed up
what’s up
catch up
knocked up

can u explain all the cases where we use “up” .I hear these everywhere in movies but fail to understand why they use “up” with every thing. plz help.

kart12

Could you please tell difference between ESL and IELTS EXAM, Are these same?

Amrita Jaiswal

just 40%… I came to know that this is my area where I should get improved.

Srinivasulu

I got 100!! I completely understood. Thank you. =)

Zero10

Thank you,it’s very useful in speaking English.

doudi

I was only got 5 out of 10.

Tangchuan

I learned a lot in your topic. Thanks a lot. btw I got 9.

adteody07

it’s a little bit confusing but I think that I got it partly ! any way thank u Adam & KEEP ON

Jasmine1601

I was hit by a ball or I was hit with a ball?

MMurad.

Thanks Adam

mary.TA

thank you,Adam

badr sbai

I got 7 out of 10

Jodie Anne

Thank you Adam…. I got 100% in the quiz,and I am getting better. :)

Beko88

You are an excellent teacher.

Aramir

6/10 thanks :)

Ying365

Thank you Adam.

Koosha

You can really teach. This is an amazing lesson!

Iamhere.

Good Morning!
You can really help us ,keep it up!
:)

Rafael Faria

thanks Adam.

nguyenluu15

Oh Cool! i’m learning, Fantastic lessons .

JosieLongsword

Thanks adam … when I watch your lessons I never get confused :)
Keep your job up

aboood1994

8.The verb ‘to get’ has more than 10 uses in English.
Such a meaningless question :D

Khaled Taha

that nice MR.Adm

abd el rahman

Your lessons are great. Thanks you Adam.

zell

Adam, i need to see you in a real life and teach me more about English. would you like to go to Indonesia? by the way, i’m majoring in English Literature.

juliapuspa

Thank you Adam… teacher like you and engvid help a lot of people, like me, to learn more in English in a very easy way…

ttenaj

thanks sir

Haitham Al Saied

Thanks alot

ACHRAF1989

It’s cool lessons thanks. But I don’t understand, is it form of Perfect or it’s get started from “have got”?

sevenenn

thank you Mr

tuba89

Thank Adam.
I will see your video again.

Josmer

cool!always cool!

alainaldo

hi teacher i really like your lessons, i want to tell you that i want to be en English teacher in the future but i have some difficulties, i find that i don’t make any progress and my level is still low so could you advise me please ?

Sohail Akayour

Thank you.

Wow Very good.learn english i like.

chatchai

Hello there! I have got mark 100%. Clearly i comprehend this lesson.i think my English gets started improving. I am getting ahead with your lessons. Thanks a lot. Bye!

hoomenion

Hi Adam,
Can I say “I’m getting sick” when I feel I’m going to be sick ?

Mariam Ahmed

Thank you very much .

mt

Thanx

Ravinath

Thank you!

Nao Tsuboya

this lesson is very useful . i got 90/100 in the quiz
think you adam . you are my favorite

wahab2b

I liked this lesson, even though so difficult

carlos 2138

Thank you for this lesson.

VictoriaValerievna

Explain please lesson 7

alexb3009

Last comment – not lesson 7. but question 7

alexb3009

Hi my dear teacher, I did this quiz but im desagree with question 10, because i’ve choosen the version “shuld be going” and i find its right too. If I’m wrong, please, give me exhaustive answer. Thanks in advance :)

Hripsime Loqyan

    Hi my classmate. I suppose that “be” is just for “get punished”, “get hit” anda “get beaten”. I hope that our teacher explain more about that, because I’d like understand better it. Have a good class.

    gtgtgt

by the way, i just got 7.
I`ll try study harder.
Thank for the way that you explain Adam, It`s became learn English easier.

gtgtgt

I got 10 correct out of 10.
:D

Thanks, Adam.

Selin57

Thank you

Achrafmy1

Thanks a lot!

Eugene G.

thanks.”get” has many meanings,it’s used commonly in english,i hope that i can be master of this word and use it naturally as soon as possible

baodavid

I received 7, i’ll keep studyng… thanks for lesson.

Venan

thank you teacher

musabali

I think get is the hardest word to learn in english but your explanations were very nice.

marcelltelles

Hi teacher Adam nice to meet you. Your classes are so understandable. You have an easy way of teaching. First time here and in my first quiz i´ve got 90 heheheh Did I do well?hehehe Also Id like to watch a video explaining “Prepositions” My big mistake hehhe
Hugs from Brazil

Gandalf43

only for my curiosity, why “he is accepted into college is incorrect” He got accepted into college?. Got accepted? two past tense?

danny30

thanks Adam,i got 10!!!!

Nico1985

you are the best English teacher i ever seen … thanks adam,

kakashi guevara

i got 70

esraasheba

    I too)

    Azizjan

thanks a lot for teach us!

LuisSM

Thanks a lot Adam ….

Ellouizi

Thank you, Adam!

Dani Mereles

Thanks =)

Azizjan

thank you Mr Adam

yamadiop

Thanks to you teacher:)

mehmet-ist

Sir, I am very poor in English i am not native speaker, I want to learn English language very easily and from beginning please help me what to do and where to look for

someone1suman

thanks teacher :)

ebruuu96

thank you Adam , you’re my favorite teacher

zahra

Hi Adam. Can you please say of difference between such as and such?
Thank you.

JoseArenas

thank you so much for the lesson,

I am confused by the use of get and have.
would you explain me, please?

sincerely
your student from indonesia

ibrahim muhammad amin

oh, i do appologize for my mistake. I mean the use of take and have.

ibrahim muhammad amin

which one is correct sentence?
I am taking bath, i take a bath or I am having bath?

thank You.

ibrahim muhammad amin

Thanks Adam. I will try harder. ^^

mildmelody

Thank you Adam I get it ;)

mourad.91

thank so much

baotht

Thank you

Luydmyla

Hello, Adam. I’ve 6/10. Ahah how do you think, do I need to watch again?

Pavel16

Thank you

i am a pen

Thanks a lot Adam, you’re a teacher with great abilities, I’ve watched your videos for a good period, and you’ve given a pretty good info.
I’m preparing for IELTS exam within next month, thus what do you recommend me?

By the way I got 8/10 in the quiz :)
Thanks

alibashabsheh

Thank you

Vivimi

Thank you so much.

vkachan69

I don’t know the difference.
Let’s get started.
Let’s get it atarted.
Let’s start.
Please explain that sentences to me.

catherine78

Thank you so much
Could you please explain the usage of ”the way” ?

ahmetgozer

Thanks you Adam.

Marta Lopez

Very good class.
Simple explanation more efficient.

Daniel Costa 81

Hi, Adam!

It’s a very useful lesson. I see that english speakers use “get” a lot. Could you make a new lesson about that, with other “get” expressions? It could be a good idea :)
You explained us the meaning of “get angry”…. I would like make you a suggestion. Could make a lesson about expressions or vocabulary

LorenaGondar

Sorry I had a computer problem. I’m going to finish my comment….
Could you make a lesson about arguments? You can teach us vocabulary or expressions that people use when they argue or get angry?

Thanks!!!

Regards from the Canary Islands :) :) :)

LorenaGondar

Thank youu very much, from your lesson i understood more about verb ” To get”

MinTa-ST

Hi Mr Adam! why don’t teach passives?

Boke Adnan

Got it!!

Great lesson, Adam!!

Thanks!!

Jlourenco38

THANK YOU ADAM.NOW ILL LEARN TO GET GO.

ranjith.A

To get, is a mystery for me.

Rach spiess

Adam 4 President!!!

Janlukino

Excuse me Mr. Adam… May I ask you something? but, it’s out form the context that you taught here. I want to ask you about why the subject “Everyone” or “People used “S” on its verb? such as “Everyone knows that.” S is used to thirs singular person like She, He and It. but Everyone and people are plural. why do they used S on their verb? would you like to explain to me? thanks before.

Inaq ReAL

Hi.
Thaks Adam !
are there any transcript for all the videos ?

Mahrajat

Hi, Adam, I’m from Vietnam. I just found your chanel on youtube today, how amazing it is. Just want to thank you a lot^^. Your classes are really helpful <3

Janephan

thank you Adam so much for this helpful lesson :)

rolaMK

I work at 9:00a.m. so I should get going if I want to be there on time.
Thank you for your help,Adam.

Tammyjang1

very usefull thanks

BouHamdy

Your style of teaching and especially approaching the vocaabulary section is very helpful. Thank you very much.

atlisurahi

thank you so much sir. adam!

adenip

Yes, I got 7 of 10 Thanks

taniabaez03

yes we want more . thank you

mohannad9991

good lesson!

STANOS

Hello Adam ) What is your surname ?

Caterina.Caterina

Dear Adam

Hi sir I`m Vishal from India,I need help from you and how should i study for Grammar ,Grammar always remain my weakest point.I given my IELST test and Score I got ( R-4,W-6,L-6.5,S-7 ),all these marks i got because of you people but I am going to give IELTS again ,if you can guide me i will be thankful to you ,some kind of road map or suggestion .

waiting for your reply

thanks

vishajames

Helo adam you are realy a nice persow

Saqibali996@gmail.com

Thank you,

joury2014

8/10 Almost there

danifer8b

thanks for lessons

Emo-

If the essay topic give to us give the examples your own experiance.How we use our sentences to the essays.Can we use I,or,we pro nouns?

chandi

you always here be on time ;)

arkantos1591

Got 50% 😞

Annie

thanks!

shihai182

I got 8. It is useful to learn and not get confused by some mistakes.

Rezajohn

Hi Adam, why in question 10 the answer is get going not get gone?

ranoahmed

Thank you Mr.Adam for teach me about get punished,hit,beaten,a warded = be subjected to -receive an action. Get started=do
Get going=start , get angry,hungry= become
You’re very cool teacher.

martchandler

What is the difference between “wage” and “wages”? ……When is” none” used with a singular verb?

pradeep bhaskar

I thank for great tips, Adam!

hunter22

I got 9 out of ten yuppie

Haaiqa

thanks, Adam.

alesso07

i will get 100

saiyed mohammadhasnain

teacher adam thanks very much, your lessons are helping me a lot, i really appreciate the great job you make

Germán Miranda

Thank you very much Adam. I think this is a very useful lesson.

Siel

Special thanks to Professor Adam,
And thanks to everyone

CHEIKH LOULEID----

Thank you Adam!

Irena565

10/10! Crazy! I got full marks for the first time! A wonderful feeling was given. I should keep learning English with Adam’s Youtube channel.

Jerry Gu
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