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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
Hey, where's Mike?

Where did Brenda go on vacation?

Why does Jim look so tired?

I've always wanted to visit Japan.

I've never __________ to Canada.

Have you seen Jason?

Did you already have lunch?

There you are! Where have you ___________? I've been waiting here for hours!

Are Zack and Martha still here?

Have you ever __________ to the Louvre?


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187 Comments on “English Grammar: “BEEN TO” or “GONE TO”?”


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Thank you sir….

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    You’re welcome! Thanks for studying with me, jin.

    Thursday, January 25th 2018

I like this class.

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    Thanks a lot, Mangayuzo21. I’m happy to hear that. :)

    Thursday, January 25th 2018

issue on # 7.

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    It’s a tricky one, but it’s still a place that you’re going to go to in the future, so I’d stick with “gone.”

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

      This was also little bit confusing to me. I thought “Gone” to launch and not get back.
      I haven’t been there, and I haven’t yet return, because I haven’t even been there.

      Wednesday, January 24th 2018

Why can’t be both answers correct in the second question? (“Where did Brenda go on vacation?”)
She could have returned from her vacation, couldn’t she? In that case, the answer with the verb ‘be’ would be appropriate.

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    You’re right. I should probably make the context clearer in the question itself.

    Thursday, January 25th 2018

greate Alex, super robota :-)

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    Haha. Dziekuje! Thanks for studying with me. I’m glad you enjoyed the video.

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

good lesson Alex, thanks, not to difficult for an “intermediate” like me :) but i need to see again, i had just 6/10.
Have a good day! :)

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    Try the quiz again in a couple of days! :)

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

      Hello Alex, this time i got 7/10, it’s better, just the 2, 9 & 10 where i was wrong.
      For the question 2, i think the question should be confusing
      For the question 9, why we can’t say “they’ve been go home” ? it’s a go and back, no..?

      see you!

      Monday, February 5th 2018

Thank you Mr.Alex ,I’ve got 9 of 10 ,I just confused at the second Question why we’ve to say “she’s gone to Russia for a few week ” instead of she’s been !!

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    The idea is that she’s still in Russia. Sorry, maybe the context isn’t clear enough in the question!

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

      oh it’s okay no need to be sorry thumps up Alex ;)

      Wednesday, January 24th 2018

    Yeah, me too!

    Wednesday, January 24th 2018

Thank’s Mr: Alex. remove my confusion.

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    “Thanks, Mr. Alex, for removing my confusion.”

    My pleasure, Hoque. I’m happy to hear that it’s clearer for you now.

    Thursday, January 25th 2018

Great lesson Alex. I got nine>>>
this is really confused! but helpful.
present perfect sometimes is very difficult according to the situation>>

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    “This is really confusing!” :)

    I’m glad you liked the video. Good luck with your studies!

    Thursday, January 25th 2018

great class!!

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

Thanks, Mlop! I’m glad you liked it.

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

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Thank you!

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

Thank you for the lesson; indeed, it is educative.

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    My pleasure, Baba! Thanks for checking out the video and for your feedback. I’m glad the video was useful.

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

Thank you Alex for this lesson!

She’s gone grocery shopping.
=> “Gone girl” ;-)
Like the movie with Ben Affleck. Very exciting this Thriller!!!

But “Gone girl” in this case the meaning is “Ex girl friend”, right Alex?

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    It has been a long time since I’ve seen that movie. Wasn’t the “Gone Girl” a little girl who got kidnapped?…by Morgan Freeman’s police officer character? SPOILERS. :)

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

      Not so quite.
      She is suddenly on their 5th marriage anniversary disappeared.
      And her husband (Ben Affleck) is seeking for her.
      Later he is also suspected as a hijacker by the police.

      A really good thrill movie!!!

      Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

        Oh! I’m thinking of Gone Baby Gone.

        Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

Thank you very much for the lesson! I have a small question…) Why do we use “to” in the phrase “I’ve never been to China”, not “in”?

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    You typically go TO a place. IN is possible too, and is fine grammatically, but TO is the far more common usage. I would use “in” if I’m talking about living in a place.

    “I’ve been in Montreal for 3 years.”
    “I was in Montreal for 2 years. I finished my BA there.”
    “We’ve been in Montreal for a long time.”

    I hope this helps.

    Thursday, January 25th 2018

      Thank you very much indeed )

      Thursday, January 25th 2018

Thank you for your classes..i got 10 out of 10..
Your secrets will be saved..future continuous tense has “ed” how??..i don know..clarify me

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    Could you give me an example of what you mean?

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

      You said that future continuous tense has will be+verbing,
      But “This work will be completed by 4 pm”.
      “Your secrets will be saved” i don’t know how??clarify me

      Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

        When you think you got all of the tenses nailed, then comes interesting surprise. All you have learned so far were “active tenses”, but there are also a “passive tenses”. What??? More? Yes. The idea behind passive tenses is to switch focus from object to subject.

        Active (Past Simple): Peter robbed the bank.
        In this case we focus on Peter (object) and bank (subject) is more important then Peter.

        Active (Past Simple): Robber robbed the bank.
        In this case we don’t know the name of the robber and we already know the robber did the robbing. In this case we can switch the importance from robber to the bank, and get passive tense:

        Passive (Past Simple): Bank was robbed (by robber).
        We can of course leave out “by robber”, because it is obvious.

        You see, now bank (subject) is way more important that robber (object).

        General forum for passive tenses is: be (in all sort of tenses) + past participle.
        Past participle is verb+ed for regular verbs and third verb form for irregular.

        Active (Present Simple): Millions of people watch TV show Big Bang.
        Passive (Present Simple): Big Bang is watched by millions.
        In this case the focus is TV show (subject).

        And to your sample (Passive Future Simple). “Your secrets will be saved.”
        Active Future Simple: “I will save your secrets.” This sounds little bit strange, of course “I” is the object, so lets focus on subject “your secrets” and so it becomes passive tense.

        It is the same form: Object + be (in this case in future tense) + past participle.

        There are many engVid videos on passive, see bellow.

        Easy Introduction to PASSIVE
        https://www.engvid.com/easy-introduction-to-passive/

        English Grammar – Introduction to the Passive
        https://www.engvid.com/english-grammar-passive-introduction/

        The Passive: When, why, and how to use it
        https://www.engvid.com/the-passive-when-why-and-how-to-use-it/

        Wednesday, January 24th 2018

Thank you for this lesson.

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    You’re very welcome. Thank you.

    Thursday, January 25th 2018

Thanks Alex. Maybe I will try the quiz again in a couple of days

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    Good idea. :) Let me know how you do next time!

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

I’ve been waiting for this lession,however, I have to be honest,this topic is a really little bit confusing but surely I’m less confusing after watching the vídeo.Thanks again Alex!

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    No problem. I hope I’ve made it at least a little clearer.

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

Hi, Alex! Why does the sentence “We’ll have been in Montreal for three years by then” have future and present perfect together? I didn’t get how to use it.

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    This is the future perfect.

    Will/be going to + have + PP

    It means that something will or will not be complete by a specific time in the future.

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    Present Perfect is used to express some action started in the past and it is continuing all up to now.

    Future Perfect is use to express some action that will happen in the future to exact point in time in the future.

    For example, Future Simple: I will finish my painting. (Note: painting in this case is noun, like a picture).
    The form: will + verb
    In sample: will + finish

    But what if we want to explicitly point out that painting is going to be finished till some exact point in time. Future Perfect Simple is used in this case.
    Sample: Till the end of the day I will have finished the painting.

    Form: Object + will have + past participle

    And to get more fun, there is also Future Perfect Continues.
    Sample: Till the end of the day I will have been finishing the painting (if you want to watch me the final touches of painting).

    Forum: Object + will have been + verb-ing

    I can’t find anything related to Future Perfect tenses on engVid. I may not searched enough or there is idea for new video. ;)

    Wednesday, January 24th 2018

      Ah… typo “they” it should be “day”.
      Moderator, can you please fix the typo.
      Thanks.

      Wednesday, January 24th 2018

        Fixed the typo—but I’d just like to jump in and correct your examples too. The first part should be By the end of the day. And you wouldn’t hear anyone say the last example. They might say I will be finishing the painting by the end of the day.

        Thursday, January 25th 2018

          @Moderator, thanks a lot for fixing the typos.

          Could you please fix the “till” with “by”, I think there is three times in my post above.
          I now find the By vs. Until (till).
          https://www.engvid.com/by-until/
          Thanks for pointing this out. I have new lesson to see. :)

          I also noticed additional typo: “Future Perfect is use” it should be “is used”. Could you please fix it.

          Yes you are right. My last sample is really clumsy. Thanks for pointing this out. Another one bellow probably better (Future Perfect Continues).
          Sample: By the end of the week I will have been painting for six months.

          Future Perfect Simple:
          https://www.ef.com/english-resources/english-grammar/future-perfect/

          Future Perfect Continues:
          https://www.ef.com/english-resources/english-grammar/future-perfect-continuous/

          I have searched and can’t find anything related to Future Perfect tenses on EngVid.com. May I suggest, some Future Perfect video (Simple and Continue). When to use, some samples,quiz etc. That would be awesome.

          Saturday, January 27th 2018

          Damm–, another clumsiness, current: “I now find”, better “I have found”.

          Would it be possible to and new feature on the forum, like user can edit his or her last comment for lets say 15 minutes or something.

          Saturday, January 27th 2018

Nice and useful lesson Mr Alex!Thanks a lot!!!
Btw, have you ever been to Spain???
Spaniards are waiting for you!!!

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    LOL. That sounds pretty intense! I’ve never been to Spain, but I want to go one day. I have some friends who have been to Barcelona and had a great time.

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

Thank you Alex

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    My pleasure! Thanks for studying with me.

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

Alex why does the option A of question 7 is better than the B. There is a matter of feeling as hunger is a state of feeling which persist until ones have taken a meal. So, what I think if we talk about location which requires movement , on that case we better to choose gone instead of been. Isn’t it!?

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    You typically “go” for lunch, so that’s one part of the answer here. You’re right they it’s active and that it hasn’t happened yet, so “Gone” is a bit better here.

    Are you less or more confused now? :)

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

      Haha, but if we standing in a kitchen ,preparing meal and somebody asks about the same question … ☺

      Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

        I was imagining a different context…a work situation where your colleague wants to invite you for lunch, so they ask you if you’ve gone for lunch yet. :)

        Wednesday, January 24th 2018

          I got it. Thank you ,Alex! ☺ You are great!

          Wednesday, January 24th 2018

I’v got 10 of 10. la-la-la!

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    Nice job! *high five* Keep it up.

    Thursday, January 25th 2018

It’s a great lesson

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    Thank you. I’m glad you liked it.

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

I just confused at the second :( But 9 o f 10 are good. Thank you Mr.Alex

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    That’s still great! Nice job, Victor.

    Thursday, January 25th 2018

Thank you Alex, great lesson.

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    You’re very welcome. Thanks for watching.

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

Hi Alex
Have you ever been to Algeria before,I’d to be for your reception
Thank you so much

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

    You’re welcome. It’s good to know I have places to stay around the world if I travel! :)

    Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

You are great sir. I am from Nepal

Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

Thank you very much for the lesson! I have a small question…) Why do we use “to” in the phrase “I’ve never been to China”, not “in”?

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

Hi Alex thank you for this lession.really great.I would like to know, have you ever been to India?

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

Thank you very much I understood. Then, very good teaching. Thanks Alex

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

    You’re welcome! I’m glad you liked the video. Thanks for checking it out.

    Wednesday, January 24th 2018

Hi Alex thanks for this amazing class about Been and Gone.

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

    My pleasure! Thank you for studying with me and with EngVid.

    Wednesday, January 24th 2018

10/10 Thank you very much:)

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

    Nice job, Ola! :) Keep it up.

    Wednesday, January 24th 2018

Thank you.
It’s very cool and understandable.
I’m from Ukraine and I’ve never been to Canada) but I want))))

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

    I’ve seen videos of Ukraine. It looks like it has a lot of beautiful natural spaces. Poland is similar. And yes, definitely come to visit Canada one day! :)

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

Wow I got 8 correct :-D

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

    Nice job, Varhan! Keep it up. The next step is recalling this material in a few days to see if you remember it better and can put it into practice.

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

Hi Alex , hope you will be fine…

Sir , I wanna ask you…. where can we use present simple tense……

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

Have you ever __________ to the Louvre?

In this question when I clicked on gone so it was incorrect but in first question like this it was said that “been” and “gone” both can be used.

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

    The explanation that both “gone” and “been” can be used is something Alex talked about and it was new to me. Probably “gone” is more informal and “been” is strictly formal.

    But it also told us: “If you want to be save…” use “been” if person has gone to some place and as RETURNED back from the place. In this case it is obvious (unless both are currently in Louvre, which would be pretty stupid question) they are not in Louvre (place near Paris with historically important palaces). In this case what the question is: Have you been there and obviously returned back?

    Wednesday, January 24th 2018

Thank you Alex for this great lesson. I got 7 correct answers out of 10. For me it isn’t confusing but it isn’t automatic. I don’t succeed in expressing it without thinking a lot of what I have to tell. As a matter of fact, I wanted traduct quickly and I made mistakes. May be, a day I will need to reflect no more. It will be some time before I do. However, thanks to you and your good explanations I improve my english. Best regards. Marie-Claude

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

9/10 Thank you! # 7

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

Thanks for the lesson, it was very helpful for me, teacher….!!!

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

I need to practice more, 6 correct out of 10.
:(

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

thanks mr. Alex
but i have not understand the answer of question no 5
why we use both i think both will give another meaning, please i need to understand this point
thanks

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

Hi Alex. Thank you for this great lesson.

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

The lesson very enlightening!
Thanks teacher Alex.

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

    “The lesson was very enlightening.” :)

    You’re welcome, Sonia Maria. Thanks for studying with EngVid!

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

thank you alex.

I get 8 score out of 10. Well I need to practice more. :)

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

    That’s still quite good. The next step is reviewing the material after a couple of days and checking if it’s clearer the second time.

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

Dear sir, It was a good lesson. I have got 7 out of 10. Alex would you please explain me causal sentence formation in brief I am getting confused on it

Thursday, January 25th 2018

I didnt understand my second mistake) Maybe i confused,but i dont think so) Cause i made only one mistake in second quiz and chose “She has been in Russia” Where i was wrong?)

Thursday, January 25th 2018

    I didn’t , either. Maybe we need to watch it again.

    Thursday, January 25th 2018

    The second question is:
    “Where did Brenda go on vacation?”
    a) She’s gone to Russia for a few weeks.
    b) She’s been to Russia for a few weeks.

    Been is used when someone goes somewhere and he or she RETURNS from the trip. Gone is used in the case when some has gone somewhere and has not yet return.

    In this question. Breda is missing, obviously she has gone somewhere, because she is missed and so she hasn’t yet returned back.

    Tuesday, January 30th 2018

    This one was partly my fault, as the context wasn’t completely clear. My intention was to indicate that Brenda is STILL on vacation. She isn’t present in the conversation and is still in Russia. So the answer must be “She’s gone,” but maybe the context wasn’t clear enough.

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

Thank you for your clear explanation. I’ve never been abroad but I hope that someday I will be able to travel. 8/10 :)

Thursday, January 25th 2018

    Maybe this is because you are from Russia. You can travel thousands of kilometers and you are still in the country. I live in Slovenia, small European country, I travel 100 km in any direction and I get to the border easily.

    Tuesday, January 30th 2018

    It can be expensive, but it’s worth it in the end. I’m sure there’s a lot to see just in Russia!

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

Great explanation, great class,great teacher.
Thanks!

Thursday, January 25th 2018

    You’re too kind, zigmund. Thanks for your feedback and for studying with me. :)

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

Thank you so much! :D This lesson will help me a lot.

Friday, January 26th 2018

    You’re quite welcome, Eca. I’m happy to hear that this is going to be useful for you. The next step is practicing what you’ve learned. Good luck!

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

thank you for teaching us

Friday, January 26th 2018

    You’re welcome, cubarza. Thanks for studying with me and for your kind feedback.

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

thanks so much

Saturday, January 27th 2018

    You’re welcome! I hope the video was enjoyable and useful.

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

it was very interesting and now is more clear in my head thanks you a lot

Saturday, January 27th 2018

    You’re welcome! Just a reminder that you can say “Thanks a lot” or “Thank you a lot.” “Thanks a lot” is the more common collocation, though.

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

Thanks Alex, that explanation helped me a lot.

Sunday, January 28th 2018

    *high five* Nice! That’s great to hear. Now put it into practice!

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

Thanks!amazing teacher.

Sunday, January 28th 2018

    My pleasure! Thanks for watching and for studying with EngVid, Amanda!

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

This class is my first class. It is more interesting than I expected. I will keep going. Thank you, Alex.

Monday, January 29th 2018

    Welcome to EngVid! I’m always happy to see some new faces. I’m especially glad that you enjoyed the lesson. Good luck with your studies!

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

I really appreciate your classes!
Thank you!

Monday, January 29th 2018

    You’re welcome! Thanks for checking out the video and for studying with me. Have a good one, Rafael.

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

Hi Alex, I’d appreciate it if you could make a lesson on the difference between suffer and suffer from.

Tuesday, January 30th 2018

    I am not a native English speaker, but like I understand it.

    Sample:
    They have tortured me, so I physically suffered. They didn’t have any nice word about me, so I suffer mentally.

    “Suffer from” means you have some disease. Patient suffers from schizophrenia. It means patient has a disease called schizophrenia.

    Tuesday, January 30th 2018

      Thx 4 ur comment but it’s not that easy. You will hear people say “suffer a heart attack (not suffer from a heart attack)” and “suffer from cancer (not suffer cancer)”. Are they collocations or any differences in the usage? Enlighten me Alex ~

      Wednesday, January 31st 2018

Hi Alex. Thanks a lot

Tuesday, January 30th 2018

    You’re very welcome, elham! Thanks for watching the video and for studying with me.

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

thank you.

you are the beast

Tuesday, January 30th 2018

    Beast or best? I like both! Haha. A beast is a wild animal.

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

Thank you for lesson, Alex! I’m begginer=) and it will be perfect if all teachers will speak slow down… Спасибо!

Tuesday, January 30th 2018

    Hi Olga, we have beginner, intermediate, and advanced lessons. Just check out the links at the top of the page to select videos that are better for your level. This is an advanced lesson, so I spoke as close to my natural speaking speed as I could.

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

Very useful this video!

Tuesday, January 30th 2018

    “This video is very useful!” :)

    Thanks, Ana. Good luck with your studies!

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

Many thanks for your interesting lesson, Alex.

Wednesday, January 31st 2018

    You’re quite welcome, vuhuunhu. I had a good time making this lesson, and I hope you had a good time watching it.

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

Thank you Mr Alex. You enlighten us about this confusing topic. But I have question about preposition. Is this correct? Have you ever been in China?

Wednesday, January 31st 2018

    You typically go TO a place. IN is possible too, and is fine grammatically, but TO is the far more common usage. I would use “in” if I’m talking about living in a place.

    “I’ve been in Montreal for 3 years.”
    “I was in Montreal for 2 years. I finished my BA there.”
    “We’ve been in Montreal for a long time.”

    I hope this helps.

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

Always helping me Alex, thanks man ;-)

Wednesday, January 31st 2018

    My pleasure. Thanks for checking out the lesson!

    Thursday, February 1st 2018

You have been one of the best teachers I´ve ever had. I have learnt a lot by watching your videos, I have put into practice new vocabulary and my students have learnt that grammar can be easy and fun at the same time.

Thursday, February 1st 2018

Hi sir, I got 90 because I don’t know about the both :)

Friday, February 2nd 2018

Dear Alex, thank you so much for your lesson!
Could you pls give some comments on the 2nd sentence of the quiz, because I can’t get it. It’s not clear to me which one is correct.
Thank you in advance:)

Friday, February 2nd 2018

Besides your good lessons, thank you for taking time to answer our questions Alex.

Saturday, February 3rd 2018

HI SIR,
I am your great fan and i have asked you a few english grammatical questions on your Facebook page. I am here with a new doubt.
Do both HAD BETTER & WOULD RATHER HAVE the same meaning ?
1. I HAD BETTER go for a job than sit here.
2. I WOULD RATHER go for a job than sit here.
Can we add ” than ” with HAD BETTER as we use with would rather? Are the above sentences are same in meaning? Please clear my doubt. Thanks.

Sunday, February 4th 2018

Thanks sir
It’s really helpful.

Sunday, February 4th 2018

Thank you so much but I think this lesson it needs a more time to let us understand.

Monday, February 5th 2018

i love the lesson. when will you have the advanced class?

Monday, February 5th 2018

Thank you, Alex! I loved the lesson. Very cleary <3

Monday, February 5th 2018

Please , explains no .7

Thursday, February 8th 2018

Excellent lesson. Thaks a lot Alex

Thursday, February 8th 2018

Hi Alex,
Thank you for the class.
I got 9 out of 10 and It is very sweet of you that you have replied most of the comments.

Saturday, February 10th 2018

good lesson thanks alex

Saturday, February 10th 2018

I ‘VE GOT 10 CORRECT TENSES

Saturday, February 10th 2018

excellent lesson! thanks!

Monday, February 12th 2018

Thanks for your lecture. This video is very helpful.

Wednesday, February 14th 2018

You say that we use Pres. Perf. with go because we want to underline that the action is recent. But when we use be ( past participle ) the action is not recent. I mean the action happened and we have one more action – he came back. Why for me its so strange to use Pres. Perf. in this case ?

Sunday, February 18th 2018

Great job

Tuesday, February 20th 2018

hi.your video is not in my page. and I can not watch them.I am a new comer to your website.how can I watch your video and download them thanks alot

Tuesday, February 20th 2018

    Hi! All our videos are on YouTube, which may be blocked in your country. You may have to find a way around it.

    Wednesday, February 21st 2018

can i say in the 2 question-where Brenda went on vacation instead where did Brenda go…?

Sunday, February 25th 2018

i like you t-shirts :D keep up the good work!

Friday, March 2nd 2018

Great lesson.

Saturday, March 3rd 2018

Great and useful lesson.

Saturday, March 3rd 2018

simple easy clear thanks all the best to you

Sunday, March 11th 2018

can we use gone for a question?

Thursday, March 29th 2018

It is very fruit full for me.

Thursday, March 29th 2018

Thank you Sir, great lesson for me.

Friday, April 6th 2018

You are so good, You have a excellent way to explain allthings, congratulation

Saturday, April 28th 2018

Thanks Alex.

Sunday, April 29th 2018

Thanks a lot!

Thursday, May 3rd 2018

You are the best.

Monday, June 11th 2018

Well, at least I got 7 out of 10. It is good.
My wrong answer of these questions are 2, 5 and 7.

Thursday, June 14th 2018

Thanks for this exellent lesson.I got 10

Sunday, July 1st 2018

Thanks a lot.

Monday, July 23rd 2018

I got 10 😊

Saturday, August 4th 2018

good explaination. Now i can use them in proper manner…thank you sir

Friday, August 10th 2018

Great class!

Sunday, August 12th 2018

Great video, helped a lot. thanks man!

Friday, August 31st 2018

Thank you sir m feeling good to got 100

Tuesday, September 4th 2018

thnk you sir Alex :)

Tuesday, September 11th 2018

Hello Boss,

Could use “I am been following” Is it correct usage? because of nowadays I was received a text message as mentioned above.

I am looking forward a reply

Thanks
Shameer

Tuesday, September 11th 2018

Hello, Alex! Thank you for this amazing lesson! I have a question to ask you.
When someone asks you “Where did Brenda go on vacation?” it means that the event was in the past and the most likely scenario is that Brenda has returned home now. So, I think the reply “She has BEEN to Russia” looks more logical than “She has GONE to Russia”. What do you think about it? Many thanks for your help!

Friday, September 14th 2018

Thanks so much Alex, your explanation is very clear how to use been and gone.

Friday, September 21st 2018

8/10 Thanks Alex!

Tuesday, September 25th 2018

Thanks Alex for you all lessons.
7. Did you already have lunch?
No, I haven’t gone yet. (negative answer)
OR
Yes, I have been./ Yes, I did. (positive answer)
Which one is correct for positive answer?
Thanks…

Friday, October 19th 2018

I really love your videos. They are very understanble.

Wednesday, October 31st 2018

Hello sir,Please tell me the english grammar books, in which i can cover all aspects of grammar. After reading that i don’t feel to read more grammar in future. Of course,practice will be continued gradually and i am student of post graduate.i want to become a writer in future and i want to adopt english as my native language. Please help me in this regard. I will be very grateful to you

Friday, November 9th 2018
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