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Difficult but interesting. Thank you, Rebecca :)

Happy04

    Yep! It was a challenging lesson happy04, but at the same time absorbing.

    All the best with your English.
    Have a marvelous weekend!

    Regino

      Dear Rebecca, just out of curiosity, how long does it take you to develop your quizes?

      Incidentally, they all are well-designed and help us to understand lesson contents much better.

      The lesson was simply splendid. Have a great weekend Rebecca.

      Regino

        I agree with you Regino, EngVid is such an excellent website

        Majd.Hendawi

          Yes it is… I know i’m goint to learn a lot in this website

          wbdvlprdrm

    it was Difficult yeah :) thanks Rebecca
    ________
    For all people here Ladies and Gentlemen I hope there is anybody wants to practice her/his English with me voice chat :)
    my Skype is khalid_3adel
    Regards

    MONSTERO

      i will add your skype ID wish to talk with you soon. Monstero. Nice to see u.

      tj4ever

    English is always difficult to Janpanese.

    Jarvan Hu

Useful and interesting lesson thanks Mrs. Rebecca !!

Yasmin

    I agree with your remarks and I will try to practice in my job.
    This kind of lesson help me to increase my english conversation skill.
    Thanks Rebeka.

    anselmo

Thank you Rebecca!

Sidney

Ms. Rebecca, I love your lessons and your teaching style, it`s straightforward and unorthodox.

Thank you so much :)

aigu

Thanks Rebbeca

bolivar

    Thanks Rebecca!

    kido

Rebbeca has an eye for interesting items, thanks

juanlovegun

Oh I got 7 correct out of 10 eventhough it is difficult quiz Thank you Rebecca.

Ukrit

thanks a lot Rebecca, I really like your videos.

batman

Thank you Rebecca its an useful lesson I got 100

Ahmed Alqaisi

nice one.
it was help me so much

1236543987fanchongji

I got 7 out 10, thanks ms rebecca. Great lesson

Starah

Thank you Rebacca

pavanut2

Thanks a lot

sergey donets

Great Lesson Rebecca. Thank you!

EduRJ2015

Hi teacher.Thanks to your abbility of explanation any lesson turns out very easy and useful.
Really ENGVID is helpful website.Every day when I learn some English I feel happy because I enhance this language which I wish to master it.THANK YOU

fatihaeng

I’M attending your teaching and learning .in addition what can I do to have a good skills of English you need to Direct me what is the better way

JONEer

    hi

    abdoo8282

    i think the better way to have a good skills we should practice more we should communicate in english everyday!!!

    Daniar

thank you it was great

bigboy85

wow.great lesson.

Sadeg Al shameer

Thank you for your lesson Rebecca.

noisedeep88

got 10 out of 10 questions. quite challenging! :)

vonicci

On the front burner.Thanks for work.

Nikita Chizhik

very good exercise to practice my english

jreynaga

Let’s face the facts Barbara, James isn’t capable to heads this turmoil, and will be EngVid.com who ought to foot the bill, besides don’t count with Adam for shouldered the blame, because he is never over her head, so! Tell me who has an eye for manage the situation? who? Jade? Benji? Nah not possible face the facts Barbara, this will never be the same from now on.

Jorge Pedroso

9/10 mistake on the fourth? She ought to should the blame, not heads with the responsibility, that’s a fact.

Jorge Pedroso

Thanks!

sankalp

Hi everyone…
Thank you Ms. Rebecca for everything and EngVid team as well.

I have a small question that what is the difference between “Me too” and ” So am I” and there is ” So would I” and when to use them?

Majd.Hendawi

    Tough question for a language learner, but let me give it a try.

    *I am an EngVid student and SO are you (you are an EngVid student TOO).

    * You are Syrian citizent and SO am I (I am a Syrian citizent TOO = Me TOO).

    (By the way, I’m not Syrian; I’m Mexican)

    * Tony: I would go to the movies today, but …
    Anna: SO would I (I would go to the movies TOO), but I’m tired.

    Hope these examples help you out to understand the use of SO and TOO, Majd.

    Good luck with your English.

    Regino

      Thanks Regino

      Majd.Hendawi

      Thanks for helping out, Regino. Great explanation. Hope it helped you, Majd. All the best to both of you.

      Rebecca

        Hi teacher Rebecca I’m weak in language English I want you help me

        Esmaeel

      thanks Regino, it is very helpful

      sharnjeet

hi every one

abdoo8282

Thank you, Rebecca!!! It was very helpful!! I love your lessons!

CassioMurilo

yeeeaaahhh i got 10 this is too good!! thanks Rebecca

xiomie

clear and very ususeful! Thanks a lot

gdelvedvg1

    6 italiano?

    kido

      Ciao. Si, sono italiano e studio anche inglese. ho letto che studi italiano. vero?

      ciao

      gdelvedvg1

        Si e’ vero. Mi kiamo Kido. sono stato in Italia x studiare Italiano. a me piace tanto di conoscerti xke io sono una xsona vivace, tranquilla ed amichevole. Io vorrei tanto diventare il tuo amiko x verificare il mio italiano. se vuoi, ci possiamo scambiare la gentilezza. Io studio anke inglese e secondo me scrivo meglio Inglese. Fammi sapere la tua mail oppure FB se vorresti fare amicizia kon me. Grz tanto, ciao

        kido

clear and very useful! Thanks a lot

gdelvedvg1

    kome stai? kome va la tua vita? hai gia letto un libro “IL GABBIANO”. e’ un libretto belissimo… a presto!

    kido

Really its an useful lesson ,I learned new thing ..
Thank You Mrs.Rebecca :”)

Loley25

quite interesting!goo for practices!

Tumbash

Thank you Rebecca! I got 9 out 10.

valdir.malaquias

thank you rebecca your lesson is so great

khier19

thank you! good explanation You are the best teacher!

karik44

hello everybody

abdoo8282

Thank you … It’s an exciting lesson and quiz, I scored 10/10…..it’s a piece of cake…

Abdullah Hussein

Thank You Rebecca!

Raymond1954

Thanks a lot!

dontalla

cool!

carlos 2138

Nice! I loved this lesson! Are really expressions very usuals and practices .

neylins

I got 7 of 10. Thanks Teacher!

Yunisli

Thanks so much

kcookie

Hello Rébécca
In question 4 , I can’t understand in the context the sens of ‘ It takes a strong person to take responsibility like that.’ Does it mean that it is a big responsability for a person even if this person is strong ?
In question 7 , wounld’nt it be used ‘would ‘ before ‘better’ ?
Tanks in advance for your explaination and carry on .

tsamp

    It takes a strong person, in terms of character.

    Yes, you are right. In number 7, it should be “I’d better”. Good catch!

    All the best to you.

    Rebecca

    Hi, tsamp. Those are interesting observations, although I suggest using “had better” rather than “would better” :) Best wishes and keep learning.

    Cristian Llanos

thank you ! , it’s a helpful lesson .. Also I got 100

Sara KH'azal

Useful quiz I got 100. Special thanks for you guys

Adris92

Hello Rebbeca, my score was 10 of 10.
Your skill of teaching is the best. We can see how you love what you do. Thank you in name of every students in the World.

IVAIR BARBOSA

    Thank you kindly for your generous feedback, and congratulations on your perfect score. You have a gift for expressing yourself from the heart in English, and, I suspect, in Portuguese too! My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

I get 70 from 100. Thanks a lot mam

Anisaul

Very useful lesson.

geryy77

For all people here Ladies and Gentlemen I hope there is anybody wants to practice her/his English with me voice chat :)
my Skype is khalid_3adel
Regards

MONSTERO

9 -10 thanks Rebecca

fabrizio giorgi

Great class teacher. Very usefull!!! Thanks.

Adriano Celin

    So glad you found the idioms useful. My best wishes to you, Adriano.

    Rebecca

Thank you Rebecca. It is helpful information. I’ll use it!

romavrn

Thank you dear Rebecca… it’s very helpful and interesting… I really appreciate the great job you do.

All the best to you

frankyforlife

    Thank you kindly. I wish you all the best with your English.

    Rebecca

      You’re welcome dear Rebecca, and thank you again.

      frankyforlife

Thanks Rebecca,I got 9 correct out of 10

BuddyHi

    Good for you BudyHi! You’re on the right track.

    All the best.

    Regino

i like the pratice my english with somebody in the my skype jardel.de.cassio.pimenta8 please me add guys

Jardel2391

very nice 8/10
Thanks Rebecca

Balantiaga

Thank you so much!!!!Great quiz.

PINEAPPLE

thank you for this useful lesson

best regards

haider j touma

thank you for this estimated l lesson

best regards

haider j touma

Thank so much Rebecca, I love learning such lesson. the video is in short time but have meaning for me to know new idioms in business. I am rarely use them and my partner also.

duongtranvn

    So glad you found the lesson useful and that you took the time and trouble to give us some feedback. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

i got 9/10 …nice learning english ….in this way …..keep doing this type of work …its help us

rakeshrajput

Thanks :-) 9/10

Ekaterina St

Great quizz , thanks a Lot!

Santosmech

Thank you 10/10. I was surprised, becouse I heard these 6 idioms first time and I guessed what they mean. In Polish they are similar (eg. to have an eye for something, it is the same in Polish!) or it just sounds logical for me.

MrKaminaki

    Good work! Yes, many idioms exist in different languages. Makes the world feel a little smaller, and all of us, a little more connected. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

I just love this site!!!!!!!)))))It`s extremely useful and interesting! In other words it`s the best site for english learners that I know of.

breadandbutterfly

Thank you so much i really appreciate the lesson thank you so much MRS Rebecca

mohammed amri

10/10…. thanks Rebecca !

Frederico Cavalini

Thanks Rebecca, very useful business phrases, I will use them in my work daily basis!

Gil Arteaga

    Great idea! That’s the best way to master the idioms. All the best.

    Rebecca

i got 10 of 10 =D, thanks Rebecca

Mahmoud Ayman

I got 100 . It’s so great and meaning to me! Thanks!

kieulinh.hn93

hello mam ,, could u please tell me what is the difference between ” I like the novel and I do like the novel”

Devashish

Hello and thank u very much for your way of teaching. I’ve learned a lot of things since I visited your site. Now I have a problem , My problem is when I watch movie I understand what they say but when I listen to a news or another program TV , I don’t understand. could u tell what I should do? thank u

reza.ch

    It may be that the vocabulary used in the news is unfamiliar to you. On the other hand, the news is repeated often, in different formats, so you have the chance to learn new vocabulary around different themes – politics, weather, war, etc. So after you listen to a broadcast, perhaps you could read about the same story, identify the new vocabulary and make an organized effort to learn it. It will help you to discuss what’s going on in the world and also to understand more easily when the next storm, war or election happens, as the vocabulary will repeat itself. I wish you all the best.

    Rebecca

I got 100. Thanks Rebecca

Rafidrz

To Devashish:
In fact, there is no big difference between “I like something” and “I do like something”.
“do” is an emphasis here. Like “I actually like something”.

Vl@d

    Yes, you are right. Thanks, and all the best.

    Rebecca

It was really a helpful class for me..thnk u mam..

jisha j r

Interesting, thank you Rebecca

fab3469

THANKS A LOT.I FELT MYSELF LIKE A STUDENT. MY SCORE IS 100. LOTS OF SATISFACTION.

Tatjuh

    Glad you found the lesson helpful. My best to you.

    Rebecca

hello everyone. personally, I would like to thank you for this lesson, you explained the idioms easily and you made them interesting. regards!!

Fethe Guzman

Hello, thank Rebecca. Excellent lesson!

fifachka

Clear and professional, as usual. Tks

Canardo

thank you teacher Rebecca. it is interesting lesson and i am weak of all idiom. But when i saw this clip, it is good technique which i would copied. It is to set the group of word like you do as the part of body to easily remember. Thank you teacher, Rebecca.

tj4ever

    Glad you found the lesson helpful presented in that way. I wish you all the best.

    Rebecca

thank you rebecca

jimica

Hi Rebecca, I have a question about the sentence:
I used to feel very ashamed.
Does the verb feel her state or action?.

Mustafa

    Does the verb feel here state or action?.

    Mustafa

    Here, it seems like “feel” is a state verb. My best to you.

    Rebecca

      Thanks Rebecca
      another question, how can I know if it is a state or an action verb

      Mustafa

Dear Rebecca,
I think, we can to use an idiom for the family : The parents must always keep an eye on their young children.
Best regards.

Peter

    Yes, you are right. Good work and remember that we do not need to say, ” can to”; we should say:

    We can use an idiom for the family

    All the best to you.

    Rebecca

Thank you so much Rebecca!

garikep

Thanks to all for your feedback. Idioms can be confusing; yet, they’re used so often it’s important to become familiar with them. First, learn to understand them. Later, when you’re very sure how to use them, you can include them while speaking or writing. I wish you all the best.

Rebecca

    you are really very good teacher
    i felt that i have improved my english when i listen to your great lessons
    thanks again my teacher Rebecca

    Hashim

      So glad to know that the engvid website and lessons help you. I always admire those who love to learn and am more than happy to be your partner on this learning journey that we all take together. There is so much we can learn from one another. My best wishes to you.

      Rebecca

        hi
        my teacher
        so glad to reply me and thank you so mush when you are my partner on this learning.
        i am really happy to hear that form you
        i am really love english very very mush
        so how can i contact you if i have question or any thing to ask you?
        have agood day . my best wishes to you

        Hashim

Great lesson! Great result 10/10! Thank you, Rebecca! Tomorrow I will use all 6 idioms at my work :) I promise. Practise makes perfect ;)

Darya

    Hi, do you have Skype?

    dfantauzzi769

Thank you very much.

musy7

Thank you Rebecca, very helpful, 10/10 :)

Sasha J.

thank you very much Mrs Rebecca . I
score 100% on the quiz.

virat kholi

Thanks a lot Rebecca and good job, today i get some amazing business idioms.

3bdalla7

    hello
    bdalla
    how are you?

    Hashim

Great teacher, she is so good, I love the manner that she teaches.

andreluis020

    Thank you kindly and happy to know that the lessons help you. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

Thanks Rebecca, now I have to put my head on using these idioms. But I feel a little weird!

Lisafromitaly

Thanks teacher this such a great lesson your lessons let me feel crazy about myself ,thez help me alot in my studies, all the best for you Rebecca !!!

Hamza zaynoun

    Very glad to know the lessons help you. All the best to you.

    Rebecca

Interesting lesson, thank you so much.

ThuyGem

As usual you are the best teacher ever

dfantauzzi769

Thank you,Rebecca. This is my first time to get 10/10. I’m so happy.

123eatapple

hi my teacher
thank you so mush to help many people around the world to improve english.

Hashim

Hi Rebecca,
When I was listening to your class, I noticed you used “for” to say: “which is too difficult for you”. I learnt that after adjectives, we use “to”, and not “for”. I guess I got it wrongly. Could you clarify that topic to me? (or should I say “for me”?)
Thanks for you lovely class!

Brunnamf

    Thanks for your feedback. Actually, after adjectives we use all kinds of prepositions including to, for, at, by, with, of, about, in….so the best way is to learn the right preposition when you learn the adjective. Sometimes we use more than one preposition after a particular adjective, and it has a slightly different meaning. Besides, English has so many exceptions. I am glad you are as interested as you are and that you listen closely to the lessons. That’s a wonderfully effective way to improve your English as well. All the best to you.

    Rebecca

thank U Rebecca for giving us these quiz
I have small request from U if U can give me a short paragraph with hypothetical instance .
Or if any one here know how to make one

I will be grateful ^_^

hanuna

Hi teachers how are you

kande

10/10. Thank you so much

buyeromanya

hi Rebbeca ;Thank you for being an excellent teacher! We know teachers like you are not easy to find,We appreciate your time, your patience, your ability to make a dry subject interesting, and your smile :) Have a great time god bless u

tzar79

    Blessings to you as well and thank you for your very kind words. Did you know your English is very good? Clearly, you have learned a lot on your own through your determined efforts. I wish you all the best.

    Rebecca

Hello Rebeca, I am from Brazil. I like your lessons and I have a doubt. When should I use “center” and when should I use “centre”.
Could you explain?
thank you,
Ricardo

ricmen

    “Center” is the American spelling and “centre” is the British spelling. Which style of spelling you use depends on many factors such as what is expected, who you are communicating with and so on. Another important point is to choose one style and stay consistent with that style throughout a particular piece of writing. All the best to you, Ricardo.

    Rebecca

Rebeca, so nice puzzle at the en! :) I like your vids very much

panienkazokienka

so far so good!
My skills are improving by leaps and bounds with your great lessons….

Arash

    Wow, great use of idiomatic language! Keep up the good work. I wish you all the best. You are clearly a determined person in learning English and in life.

    Rebecca

I enjoyed taking the quiz. Thanks. Abha

abhaers

hi Rebecca;Congratulations, lovely woman. Today you deserve our most beautiful flowers and poetry!
Happy Women’s day to you!Here’s my best wishes to you on International Women’s Day!

tzar79

    Thank you kindly, on behalf of all women. I do believe men should also be respected and honored when they make positive contributions to our lives. All the best to you.

    Rebecca

Rebecca you are a good teacher and THX!

sijieshuai

what a lesson! Thank you very much.

Abhi

Hi Rebecca,thank you for the lessons I really enjoy the quizzes.

dikine2867

Footing the bill was new for me. I probably heard it before but was not aware of it

aamador

very useful lesson

hoda berzan

bit difficult thankyou Rebecca

sougar3000

my Quiz rebecca:
90
You got 9 correct out of 10.
:)
wrong number: 7

chakim hamzah

Thank u Ms. Rebecca i have 9 points out of 10

Harada

It’s first time to leave a comment. It’ very comprehensible contents! I never forget!!

Kazuya Kinoshita

Thank you, Rebecca.

NeilCabalquinto

thanks Rebecca that was nice.

kaduna85

I am doing well.Thank you very much,teacher.

Wayne Song

very briefly, but thanks)

KateBul

I made 10 out of 10,thanks a million Mrs Rebecca,without your lesson,i was in over my head when talking with my global customers in English.So i had to face the facts about drop in sales because of my bad oral English.But now,things getting much better.So i am really grateful for your dedicated contribution to teaching English freely.I would like to invite you to come visit China and exchange ideas about your teaching experience with learners here in China ,if possible,that would be great.
Anyway,thank you very much for what you have done.Best wishes to you!!!

Eric Chan

10/10 Thanks, Rebecca!

viacheslavkr

Thanks, Rebecca! When we learn the idioms of a language we also learn the culture and the behaviour of that people. That is a nice lesson. You speak very clearly, and it helps me in my listening skill, whinch for me is the hardest part.

Eduardo França

Many thanks! I got 9.

Albert Wang

Thanks a lot! Very helpful!

foresthuynh89

Great lesson. Let’s Face this fact. She has an eye for that.

Ingo1962

is it ok to say an eye on/ for ?

ABDUL BASITH

I’m in over my head in improving my english. Finally I realize that I need to face the facts that there is still a long way for me to go on this english learning road.I need to strength my will in shouldering the blame for all the not quit right expression along the road.
Rebecca, You have an eye on english teaching. And my eyes have been opened to this native english world. Thank you! And I think You must be heading an education team in engVid.
Best wishes to you!

ApolloWan

L love this website. it is really useful web for those people who wants to learn English.

ahmadshahrahimi

SO nice to teach people and respond to their comments ,thank you Rebeeca and all the team

sofian8888

it’s really interesting and useful for me and thanks a lot rebacca teacher

vinu n p

Thanks u! u such a very good teacher, u speak so easy to understand, even my bad listening ! tks again, hope u do more !!!

BacBia3696

Very good video, i learned a lot! Thanks rebecca

havoc05

Useful for understanding native speaker!

renege

Great, i starting study english. thanks teacher

DashnyamENKTUVSHIN

like your phrasal series, keep up ~~

cindy ye

a bit tough for me ..this course .seems my understanding ability is not as advanced as well

cindy ye

I got 9 correct out of 10.
:):D
Thank you for the lesson , is very important i appreciate your works

Achraf Dakdak

Thank You

Devanir

Hi Rebecca,
idioms and phrasal verbs are the most difficult things while trying to improve our English. thank you very much, nice work grouping them by the parts of our bodies.

theroyalrook

The lesson was very educative but to go over it could help me understand more better

mosesk

10 out of 10, i am a genius :)

jjestebanortiz

great lesson, Rebecca! thank you.

sashadana

Worth watching. Thank you Rebecca!

musabmojo

I got 10/10 tk u so much! <3

Dao Huong

It is my first video, good beginning :) :)

ALEES K.

Hi Rebecca! i hope you’re find well :) ! this is the second video that i watch from you and i really like it. i Think you’re a great teacher, and i get the message.
However, i got a question.

it’s about the third example:

Our HR manager has an eye for “selecting” good people.
– Why should add “ing” letters at the end of the verb instead to put it on infinitive ?

JavieR C.

I’ve got 10 out of 10!!

gavyjay

A very usefull lesson! I’ve got 10/10 on the test, it’s important to known the bussiness slang.

danpalvald

I’ve got 10. thank u so much ^^

thanhhien

Thanks Rebecca! I like your class especially this one!

Gina.W

Its a good lesson but its difficult for me.. may you give me any advice for how to improve my speaking English ?

zeena salam

Thanks Rebecca

mahmoudtaha

Hi everybody,

Very interesting and helpful.
By

Stephanemainge

Many thanks to you teacher Emma.. Your lesson help me a lot.. :)

ronald bermil

I should say, helps me a lot.. :)

ronald bermil

MY TEACHER SUGGEST ME TO LEARN ENGLISH FROM ENGVID . I REALLY ADMIRE YOU FOR YOUR EFFORT

mowlid osman

Hello Rebecca! Thank you for your incomparable lessons. I really like it. I want to share with you an idiom with “body part” “She propably has a leg up on the other applicants for the job because she has more experience”

Yuldenis

focus on meaning
That is good strategy,
Thanks Rebecca

Teacher2

100% nice topic)

ARTEMDAN

I got 8 correct out of 10 . I feel satisfied. it is difficult quiz Thank you Rebecca.

heyam22

thank you Rebecca.
Rebecca has an eye for selecting the right topic.Am I correct?

amnuami

Thank you Rebecca, this is challenge quiz and nice.
I like your way on teaching

sitti kardina

Hi Rebecca
I really like your way of teaching, in that way we are able to absorb the difficult ones in an easy manner. By solving the Quiz, we came to know promptly about our level with respect to the lesson.
I shall be grateful to you, if you may correct my comment too.
Thanks & God bless you

rajakamranz

I got 9 out of 10.
I THINK THIS IS A GOOD START.

Diallo Boubacar

Thank you! It was new and interesting.

yuri.kovrygin

Gosh, how difficult idioms… But as the saying goes: “No pain, no gain”. Once I created my own phrase: “Step by step, day by day will be ok” I hope so… I’v been always kidding myself that I have time to retirement. Maybe until then I’ll make it. Regardless of that many thanks

Akjam

Awesome…really useful.

prasant2938

Rebeca, I really appreciate this lesson. It was really useful and I have 100 on the Quiz :)
Thank you!

Violina

thanks Rebeca, I have understood all your expressions about idioms and I hope I will get some others soon.thanks

shooli

it was very use full lesson and got the test 10/10.

Sul2017

I find this quizzes quite amusing they are a very good exercise to remove the dust and rust from my English I got to be ready for the big exam

Adelaluz080262

engVid is awesome website :))

syilmz

Brilliant, it was very useful, thanks a lot

meldeib

I need to face the fact that if I don’t study Engerish harder, I won’t get a good grade. Who shouldered the blame if I fell the exam. It’s me I’m the one who blame for it. Thank you Rebecca.
Great Teacher, always. :)

Tammyjang1

I got 9 correct answers out of 10, but check out shows that 10/10 is alright. How is that? Where I made a mistake?

Pashel

Hello Engvid,
I know nothing before this lecture.I got 10:10.I am facing the facts about Business english.Mrs Rebecca heads the team at engvid.Here at engvid there is no need of footing the bill because its absolutely free and interesting courses.Engvid has an eye to select word and appropriate examples.I would like to shoulder the blame of making incorrect sentences due to lack of proper english. I would like to improve little by little.I am never in over my head.
Thanks&Regards!!

Author Rakesh

Thank you Rebecca for the great work.. would you please help me to replace the following idiom “foot the bill” in the following sentence ” the invoice will be charged on the company”
Much appreciated.

Dalydoll

This lesson is very helpful to increase English skill both listening and grammar. Appreciate Rebecca

Sangsug Oh

Thank you Rebecca.

engVid770

I got 10 correct out of 10! Thank you vey much for spending your valuable time teaching me. This lesson is very helpful to improve my English skills.

Farid

Thank you teacher Rebecca! Very useful lesson! I have the Bulats test next week and I want to use them. knowing idioms do make the difference!

Sal Marciano

wow, now it’s to hard for me but I did it I managed to do 9/10 thanks for you Rebacca

Mankour65

    Are you canadian? This is strange because your natural language is english and i thought that should be easy for you

    genison@

this class was very useful! i enjoyed it a lot!

Gilson Oliveira

Thank you Rebecca

Tyrion

Hi everyone I want for you make group in whatsapp or facebook for practice language English

Esmaeel

Rebecca, you are the best English teacher, ever!

Armagan oguz

Thank you Rebecca. Excellent material to practice!

pulidoe

You got 10 correct out of 10.

thanks…

M kartal

Thank you for your interesting lesson.

drokka

I got 10 correct out of 10. Thank you Rebecca.

Jun Shao

Thank you so much dear Rebecca. but I’m not sure about spelling of ‘dept’, you mean depth didn’t you?

gh.so

Thank you Rebecca, a great explanation.
10 by 10

Adroaldo

10/10. thanks

danielypan

Thanks Rebecca!

Alex-1956

Hello i would like to figure out a fast way to me increase my vocabulary and improving my listening.

genison@

Thanks fou your help!

genison@

thanks.. I’m learning a lot..

gerrynaks

Thank you, Rebecca.

Jesan Chuang

It funny to learn english with you Rebecca, Thanks.

AJELLABI

Hi Rebecca, I am truly appreciate your lessons. I have learned new things every time I watch your videos. Thank you very much. It helps a lot.

Jevan

Thank you very MUCH, Rebecca. Your style of teaching is wonderful.

MrAhmed Abdelaal

Hi Rebecca!
Thank you for such a great lesson.
I have a question about the quiz, question #4.
It said that “It takes a strong person to take responsibility…”
The part in the sentence “It takes a strong” person is a collocation? I couldn’t find the exact use of or the meaning of it.
If you elaborate on the use of that concept, I really appreciate it.

Thanks,
gizmo

gizmogizmo

I need to face the facts about learning English by myself is really difficult. Rebecca is very good teacher. She shouldered the blame for doing hard job to prepare these amazing classes. The English classes are extremely expensive in English countries. My family cannot footing the bill of English courses. But I have an eye for finding this web engvid.com and an excellent teacher Rebecca. I am taking advantage for these courses. I don’t have a lot of time to learn because I am in over my head at my work. But Rebecca I don’t know how to thank you.

Mayuyita

Thanks a lot Rebecca.

Hasan Soledad
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