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314 COMMENTS

Happy New Year Emma !! I wish you and all Engvid members lots of luck and happiness in 2013 !!

bilel

    The English lesson meant a lot to me

    lawrence

    I’m joining to this greetings!

    yankhonskiy

    TANK YOU SO SO MUCH

    omar

thank you very much Emma! :)

tai

thank you Emma!!.. I always learn something new from you :) happy new year!!!!

msan1992

happy new year to all teachers of Engvid. very useful lesson

lia

Happy new year and thanks for this lessons.

Alok

ı am great ı got 10 correct out of 10
thanks Emma. u have raised me to have good english language.

oguz

    Thanks for making me smile!

    Emma

thank you so much

buli

Giving thanks to Emma1

ngocthuan

A very interesting lesson. It shades of my childhood.
Thanks so much for your honest sharing, Emma.

tonnguyenkieuthuc

Awsome lesson, I like it very much, thanks a lot

argenis

Happy New Year everybody!!!!!

Emma

    Thank you Emma
    Happy New Year for you too!

    Neusa

    The same 2 U!

    fatiima8

    to you too dear Emma
    and thank you so much for all great lessons that you made for us in the past year.

    Dado

    Thanks emma and Very Happy new Year to you and all engvid teachers and team.

    Amarsohal

Really ,I found the better way to learn english. Two lessons by day are improving my vocabulary and pronunciation. Thanks a lot.

Socky

Hi Emma, thanks for your lesson.
I have a question about ‘throwing a temper tantrum’ It’s also right to say ‘throwing a tantrum’?

langelo

    Hi langelo,

    “He threw a tantrum” is also correct!

    Emma

      Hi my name is ravi

      Ravi gupta

Thank You

mieto1969

thanks emma u r so nice…….god bless u : )

firoz khan

Happy near year Emma I’m newbie here but I really apprize you and your team on this tedious and tremendous efforts to help those who have flair for English.
this lessons for over the top. i like it

ateeq

Excelent lesson Emma! I enjoy it a lot!
Thanks!
In this oportunity, I wish you back a Happy New Year and for all, teachers and students!

sweetlullaby1

Hi Emma
happy new year.
If you don’t mind can you explain to the difference between raise and rise , and their uses.
Cheers
Medo

aseer

    U know,they have got different meanings;but here r the important ones:
    Rise/raIz/ (n,v) ,((rise,rose,risen)) :an increase in an amount,a number or a level.
    e.g.:What time does the sun rise?

    Raise/reIz/ (n,v) ,((raise,raised,raised)) :2 lift or move sth 2 a higher level.
    e.g.:He raised a hand in greeting.
    P.S. They r confusing verbs n 4 more in4mation,u can either look it up in an advanced dictionary or surf the net.
    By the way,hope it does help.
    Have a nice 1 !

    fatiima8

    Emma has already made a lesson between rise n’ raise, just check it out. goog luck.

    Efrain Dominguez

Thank you. I’m an English teacher from Denmark and I just will like to say thanks for your help and lovely smile.

Charles

Many thanks for the very useful lesson.

Mos

hi, Emma. happy new year. I have some nephews and nieces. so, this lesson will be very helpful. I’m going to begin practicing (except for the part of spanking, of course). thanks.

Daniel C Herculano

HAPPY NEW YEAR (புத்தாண்டு வாழ்த்துக்கள் -PUTTHAANDU VAALTHUKKAL – in Tamil) EMMA & all readers!
This is a really great lesson. Really helpful and surprised to see that there are words in English for children behaviors such as Tattle, Tattletale, crawl, etc…as we have in our language also.

Also I have one question – but this is in different topic.

I’ve read Torontostar today and it says “acoub Favila, 7, was killed in a New Year’s Day hit-and-run on Hwy. 401.”

My question is “in a New Year’s Day…” . Why not “On a New Year’s Day…”?

Tamil Eelavan

    In my book,it’s correct bcoz “in a new year’s day” means in a special day which is totally different with “the days of the week” such as: Monday,Tuesday n so on so on;that their suitable preposition is “on”.
    I just suppose,not sure I am!!
    Gooodluck! :)

    fatiima8

    according to what I found
    on = during a particular day
    in = during a period of time
    so considering to what you write “ was killed in a New Year’s Day“
    on personal level, he used ^in^ here for emphasizing ,and as we
    know *that in used for emphasizing that something happened .
    so in here used for emphasize the killing , and it can` be on .
    I`m not quite sure about that but it seems to be proper in this way !!
    Ciao

    hisham77

Could you please make a video on differences between people,human,man,human being, and humankind when, for example, want to say man discovered iron thousands years ago.

Mos

hi guys
I am Amal> I am arebain girl> I wanna improve my englisg so can any one help me by chatting please add me on my skype Amo0ol707

amal543

    hi amo,its me shahin ,how r u going?

    shahin666

a very very happy new year to engvid’s all teachers n god bless u..

shahin666

Hello,
Thank you Emma , your lesson is very beneficial.
If anyone is internesting to speak in English on skype, thi is my user nooh.2007

Nooh

Thanks a lot. I really enjoyed it!

Lucky Nataly

happy new year Emma

laily

happy new year! It’s my first time here and I’m afraid about the mistakes! But I want to try!

katia23

    Welcome Katia! I am from Minas Gerais too! You will learn a lot here, because it’s the best website of English you can find! It’s just perfect! I watch a lesson every day and I’m improving my English quickly!

    Sally S

    Please make mistakes! The best way to learn a language is to make mistakes and then learn from them.

    Emma

Thanks Emma for this very useful lesson.
Some words I knew but some not.

Amarsohal

Happy 2 thousand n’ thirteen Emma u r such a great teacher, all I want is a lesson from u weekly lol. thank u.

Efrain Dominguez

thank you very much

moomen

Thank-you Emma ! It was interesting and very helpful lesson for me. I am grateful to you and other staff at Engvid. You guys are doing great job to teach us (non native English speakers). Keep the good work up !!!

million

very nice. understandable, beneficial. thank you Mrs Emma for the marvelous lesson. I HAVE ONE REQUEST AND THAT IS I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE THE SKYPE NAME OF ONE VOLUNTEER TEACHER SO THAT WE CAN IMPROVE OUR SPEAKING SKILLS EITHER YOU OR OTHER TEACHERS THANK YOU. MY SKYPE NAME IS “FARGETO”

fargeeto

Hi,Emma.Happy new year. I am surprised by your teaching, especially on the task one Ielts exam.I am struggling to pass the exam and scared to death.How would you help me to pass the exam? wihs to hearing from you.

Tesfa

    Check out http://www.goodluckielts.com for some good tips. Do as many practice tests as you can!

    Vocabulary on the IELTS is very important. It’s good to show you have a broad range of vocabulary. For example, many students use the word “delicious” when talking about food. This word does not show a mastery of English vocabulary. Better words to describe food would be “tasty”, “rich”, “salty”, “oily”, or “nutritious”.

    Have you watched my IELTS video on part 1 of the writing section? Learn some of the vocabulary from that video to get a higher mark.

    Emma

Excellent lesson! I´ve got 9 of 10.! Isend you a kiss from Arg!

carli1972

hi dear emma it s a very helpful lesson.thanks a lot .

aziz

Happy New Year teacher!!
Thanks for this very interesting lesson.
Kind regards from Ecuador

Jesse María

Hi,thank you for this lesson, it was very good!
happy new year!

vitor01

thank you so much for the good lesson

farah

nothing to add, just as nice as you are thank so much for the help Emma.

rachidov

Thank you Emma!

Adriana

Emma you’re wonderful teacher

Abdelle

Your lesson is really useful for me because I am going to give birth on last of Jan. I know more words to talk about my baby about to be born. Thank you so much Emma and hope you have a wonderful year :).

muopmap

    Congratulations!!!!!

    Emma

Emma,Thanks for this video and thanks for all the videos by you and your colleagues.

I’ve this doubt for a long time “I ain’t got no water” – What does it mean? Many say it means “I have got some water”,since double negative has been used.

What’s mean by Double negative?

poongkundran

    In English, it’s considered grammatically incorrect to use two negatives in a sentence. Here are some examples of incorrect sentences:

    I don’t have no apples.
    She doesn’t know nobody.
    She ain’t got no water.

    A correct sentence cannot have both “not” and “no” in it.

    Here are the corrections:

    I don’t have any apples.
    She doesn’t know anybody.
    She doesn’t have any water.

    Instead of using “no”, we use “any”.

    Emma

      We can use it in literary meanings or if the person who said it intended to use positive positive negative.
      Do not hesitate to correct me Emma, hank my teaher

      Haitham Mostafa

thanks a lot!!!

leila

Happy New Year for all our loved teachers. Thank you very much for all the lessons!

jackbauer26

very useful lesson! Through it i did knew that you were not very good daughter. :))

Vu Uoc

I can’t… I’m holding myself! 90! Hahahahahahahahaha!

jackbauer26

    :)

    Emma

thank you

Hr

thanks…. and happpy new year in late!!

louloute555

Hi Emma thank you for what you do, is much time that i look for someone who teach english online and i can say without doubt you’re the good one that i found, and i wanna ask you if do you give private lesson ?

rachid86

    *when i wrote ” i can say without doubt you’re the good one that i found” i meant you are the best one

    rachid86

      Thank you for asking. Unfortunately, I don’t do private lessons.

      Best of luck to you!

      Emma

Very useful! Thanks a lot, Emma. Happy new year! Best wishes for you!

Moon

it is good

gech2013

Thank you very much it’s usefull lesson

jafarianbros

thankyou

aafreen

Thank you very much, the lessons are really helpful and useful!!!

Anna

hi everyone…i watched ths with my niece and felt its a good exercise for her..she enjoyed it..thanks and keep it up..

afshan lone

happy new English new year guys

Jagdhish

wow igot 9 out of 10 its great. thanks teacher.i learn more about child, children,childhood i didn’t know before between those but i know now.thank u so much.

amina

Ma’am i m little confused hope you will help me. what is difference between ‘i do read and i read’.

majid awan

got a query mind if i pose ?In china we neither can use engvid nor youtube without a proxy software that is more often blocked up by certain reasons.SO what I wanna know is any possible way of getting these lessons.
if so then please let me know it here ateeq.shakir@yahoo.com

ateeq

    Sorry, I’m afraid using a proxy is the only way. :(

    engVid Moderator

      thanks a million ,now I’ll keep on attempting to use that proxy software as much as I can so as to get these tremendous lessons.

      ateeq

    Bundle of thanks Emma

    ateeq

thank u Emma.Happy New year .

Rawa

I Love you Emma

Ulises

Thank you Emma !!!!

fadhila

well,, Emma the order will be like this :
baby or toddler 1 to 3
infante typically used for chlidern who are betwixt 4 to 8
pre-teen from 9 to 11
teenager from 12 to 18
it that correct !!!!

hisham77

Hi, i like to tank you for the lessen Emma.
i think it’s nice if u add a Summary to every lessen to navigate into the video, and its so simple : Things children do : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=eRW1YSRBtYE#t=302s
like that we can navigate into the video, or u can add some links into the description how take as to a position in the video for example :

In this lesson, I will teach you some common words we use when talking about babies and children. You will learn words like toddler, temper tantrum, infant, tattle, spank, ground and many more. If you are writing the IELTS or TOEFL, these words may help you get a higher vocabulary mark in the speaking and writing sections.

this is your introduction right? the word infant make it a link into : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=eRW1YSRBtYE#t=115s

so when i look for this word i go directly.
i hope u like the idea, if u need a help on this just contact me i really love your team and your works, and i learn English with you so tank you.

Mohammedi Mohamed

I really say thank you to teacher Emma and i necessary need you to help me improving my conversation skill

Keita Kaba

Hello Emma!
Very good lesson!!! And you are so “gracinha” hou we say im Brasil

maria

I enjoyed this website. Happy New Year everyone.

Gaston

10 from 10 :)))

Nat

Thanks Emma !!

raad1986

Hello

Thank you teacher Emma. I need more videos.
Very good lessons

rubenaragaopinto

Very good lesson. This is make me more clear and useful. Thank you so much.

Yorki

hi Emma.. i want 2 ask u about (did u know?) why we say this when telling about somthing strange n new instead of saying (do u know?)as we say in our language…thanks..

sal

Thank u Emma !! this video is very useful !! i hope u will help me to improve my speaking skill

Trinh Nguyễn

if anyone wants to improve in speaking can you join me on facebook,fargeeto som or SKYPE,fargeto. let ENGLISH be our mothertongue

thanks all

fargeeto

Dear Teacher,

Thank you for your lesson and happy new year…

rampek

thanks alot emma

mohammed

I like everyone who is name Emma, Because of you EMMA …. Thank you very much for your lesson…

Nushar

great!

ania

i couldnt find many IELTS videos of you?! how can i have them? thanks

fere

Thank you Emma.

Ozzy

Thank you! The lesson was very good!

aigerim123

great great great, i love your videos

juan

happy new year to all teaches

habiba

First time here and it’s being great. One lesson from Rebecca and one other from Emma. Great stuff, great site and Great Teachers. remain bless!

Samuel

Hi it’s my first time to saw this webside and I like I wanna steal using this websaid thank you

alex

Dear Emma, this lesson was wonderful! I love it! I hope I can remember all these words because they are very useful. Thank you very much!

Sally S

I have tattle my sister since I’m a little boy

nguyennhan1992

I got nine correct answers!
I gonna be more hard working
thank you so much Emma this lesson is very useful I wish I can remember all the words especially my mistake!!!

chanthy

Emma this lesson is very important, thak you. and i wish you a very blessed new year….

odir

i love your lessons ;)

jesus

Thanks and I got 100 scores !!

Joe Chuo

Thank you Teacher,It is useful

negar

Hi Emma. I’m a native English speaker and writer and I find your lessons a good basic review of the “nuts and bolts” of speaking and writing well. I happened across the Engiv site by accident. Anyway, I was wondering, do you produce your own videos or is this done in a studio environment? Just wondering. Thanks.

Tom

Thanks it is very useful to me, Wish you all the best

hany kheir

i really enjoyed in your lessons ,i learned a lot from it
thank u very much .

from Ethiopia

tamene

i m so lucky i got very good teacher..i can clearly understand. thanks alot amma mam

rajesh kumar

    sorry by mistake i wrote the wrong name..i really i m sorry emma mam…

    rajesh kumar

That was good :)

mryildiz702

emma I want to describe you the difference between two words which are commonly used in our society that is temper tantrum and toddler .according to france dictionary the word temper tantrum used to show the completeness of work it means you have to use in the made for the temper tantrum word

mohdarmaan77

Thank you so much for your video!
I learned a lot and it really helped me!

Holly

Thank you so much for your video!
I learned a lot and it really helped me!

Holly

nice lessone emma

nael amaren

Hi Emma,
I just wanted to wish long life to ENGVID and its whole team. You are the champions.

JUJU

Teacher please reply me on the video “until or by”
it’s very important
thanks :)

Loly

hello I would like to be a friend if you like but I do not have idea about it

harroush 225

Good very good
thank you

bog dog

thanks a lot, your performance is so good

Mr sayed hamdi

Hello Emma,
Can I to say Pre-Adolescent ?

Success :)

adry

thank you so much Mss Emma

sami45

Thank you so much i’m so happy to be here

ahmed011

Emma you’re a great teacher!! THANK YOU!!^^

haim

thanks. But i have to watch again because of a lot of new words in this lession)))

daogiauvang

thanks Mss Emma

nawal

hi my special valued teacher

i really enjoy learning English because of your manner .

may i have your email since i am preparing to study MBA in canada, and i need some information related to the life there.

your talent student
ibrahim

ibrahim

Hi Emma, you’re a very good teacher and I am learning a lot from you.
I appreciate you and all the teachers of EngVid.
God bless you all.

Aclésio Roberto

Thanks Emma .You’re so good teacher and teaching too.God bless you .

Momndad

HI Emma I have learn from you a lot I would like to make a donation to you but I am not comfortable to give out my credit card number over the internate can you tell me if there are safe way to donate you can send me through my email I am in the US thanks

suhlih wu

    Unless you connect your bank account with Paypal (which I think you can do in the US), credit card is the best way. It ought to be safe, but if you’re really worried about it, you don’t have to :)

    (Here’s where to donate)

    engVid Moderator

Thank you for the feeback I will just use credicard to make a donation to Emma

suhlih wu

Hello,Emma
I just apply your website today.The things children do lesson is very useful for my job because I am working with early year level at school.I will adapt to use them.

From Thailand :)

nataya

thanks i learn a lot………..

joy

Thank you for the feedback !!

Mohamed Ahmed

Thank you very much Emma, Today I got A, I´m very happy with this intelligent subject because I learned useful words and expressions.

Albino

Dear Teacher,
That is very interesting lesson to know how to learn to say the common baby activities. Thank you for sharing.

Fatimah

thank you very much teacher your teachings were very useful,I loved it.

raymond

Thanks Emma, now i can distinguish those meanings correctly.

haitham86

Thank you Emma, you are a good lecturer..

Ziaullah

great!

samlam

Hello Emma,

I have decided to improve my english vocabulary by learning more with you. I’m planing to do the IELTS exam. thank you for your help… Marcelin

Marcelin

Hi EMMA,
I really enjoyed watching your video,you made as simply as much ,you’re friendly ,kind teacher.

best regards

MOHAMED

thank you very much your lesson very useful
but I always forgot this words and phrases do you have any control or training

eeee

Thanks, this is useful lesson and i get some important words that i didn’t know before

mohamed

wow I have got 10/10.
I’m interesting with your lessons teacher Emma.
I love English.so,I want speak very well.In this lesson I learn mor words.
Thank you

reham26

Hi, it is really useful lessons. Thank you so much.

happyman

Thanks to Engvid team, really i learn everyday new things .. May God bless you :)

sunrise99

THANK YOU VERY MUCH HELPING THOSE PERSON WHO ARE WEAK IN ENGLISH LANGAUAGE

roshan

Thank you Emma..It really helps.

Animesh

thank you very much your lesson very usefulCan you Taidon write the contents of the lesson
In the text of a PDF
So I can review the lesson and how to write the words spoken
Thank you

debaghi

PLEASE people!My native language is Spanish, help me improve my speaking skills in English! Add me in skype: mara.vzla

Thanks in advance

MaraVzla

hi emma how are you can u plz help me i need some expreesions to use in the classroom

donkam

Hello Emma::
thank u very much..
I have learn many things from ur videos…u teach in a v simple way…thats y every one can understand easily…

wajahat Ali Khan

thank you so mush for lesson
Lol I understand here more than i understand in classeroom

I have a question but not about lesson
i m from morocco and i want to go study in uk
i dont know what i must do and i wana som tips from you thx alot

mehdi1

Your lesson is very helpful! Keep it up!

Thúy

Thanks Emma ^_^

xjalalx

I’ve already watched several videos and I’ve found it much more interesting and useful than my lessons at school or university. Thanks!

dendre

I so glad I could find this web side, very comfortable learning English, when you learn step by step is easy to learn other language.

bohemio1717

Thank you very much Emma, It is such a valuable lesson.I would like to ask you for more IELTS lessons, (The writing task 1 )video is amazing. I like your teaching way, It is very simple :)

marwaelsaid1

u are a very good teacher

jenous

    Hello, If you would like to practice our English and take the chance to use the words we know and talk alot to get the confidence
    I’m welcoming
    my Skype id is: ahmed.sabet31

    Constant1

Hi Emma,
This Lesson was quite helpful.
I’am not clear with one sentence could you please help me.Here it is:
People in my company work on shifts.
so the word i stress here is ON
Is it possible to say:
I come IN/ON first shift or
I work IN/ON night shift…Please advice me.

Joel Fernandes

    Shift work! Okay!

    When you’re talking about multiple people scheduled for shifts, you say working in shifts. But when you’re talking about specific shifts, like “first shift” or “night shift”, you use on: “I’m on the night shift.” You can also just leave out “on/in”: “I worked first shift”, “I worked two shifts back-to-back.”

    Hope that helps :)

    engVid Moderator

thank you Emma,
it was awesome lesson

nadaballa

Thank you very much for your lessons.

jaime

You have a great way to teach others,Thank you.

Mohamed Hussein

Thanks ENG VID MODERATOR for advising me.
i think it will definitely help me.
Love Canada.

Joel Fernandes

Thanks a lot.

rios

Thank you Emmam :)

fatimah0hussain

    Emma * My mistake sorry :D

    fatimah0hussain

i didnt remember anything when i was a toddler. the primary school reminded
me of my childhood. i used to play boardgames, marbles, jo-jo, baseball.have toys .little cars. have accidents. he is in his teens. you prank to friends .first kiss.

aprendo1

your parents told you when you were a baby ,toddler .

aprendo1

thanks so much

gigigh

yes 100 from 100 >i did it

husham

yes 100 from 100 >i did it

husham

This lesson helps me a lot study English.
I can learn about expressions about children.
In the near future, I wanna use these expressions.
When I was a child, There was such a nice website like this..
I envy of young children.

minourajapan

You and your lessons are amazing Emma. Thank you =)

wesamcom

Hello and thanks for this usuful lesson,Emma. I wanna use some expressions for a baby of my daughter.

kosobe113

100!!!!!!!!!very good!!!!!!!!!!!
hi Emma i like always your lessons. they are wonderful. thanks. i m improving my engilsh.

ganbashir15

Dear Teacher,
Thank you for your lesson

shravan81

thank you so much for the good lesson

fathy86

thanx you prof emma , you are so beauty when you use necklace

thataazhari

Thank you so much Emma for your efforts and for the valuable information that you provide to us,

Yours sincerely,

recep

thanx emma

zinafadhil

Hi Emma , I’m new at your website and I think it’s fantastic all your videos and the way you teach. By the way I have a doubt: If somebody could help me or make a video teaching the uses of the modal perfects ( could/can have, should have, may have,etc.. ) becuase

scorpion18

Because I am confused … thanks for all.

scorpion18

Ups I think I wrote some mistakes:

All your videos are fantastic ( sounds better )
And… I think the modal percect of ability is only (could) not “can”
Sorry… Bye!

scorpion18

hi emma,
can u tell me the difference between the american, canadian, Australian accent please

zaqxsw2413

Hi
if anyone want practice English with me this is my ID in skype: ethan.kadin

aymanalaney

Thanks Emma for nice vocabularies! I have a question, would you please help me? What is the difference between “time-out” and “grounded”. As far as I understood, both of them mean sitting somewhere and doing nothing.

seeb

Thank you, Emma. You are teaching wonderful! I like the way you speak always with a smile. Now I am trying speaking English with a smile as well.

irinaukraina18

you are the best

alhamzy

I understand everything what are you teaching us. I get forever 100 % with you. THANKS EMMA.

alpido24

Thank you Emma for this interesting subject!!!

juanra

Dear Emma,
Please could you help me in some important expressions which are usually used in IELTS task1?
These expressions are such as proportion, percentage, relatively percentage…etc
I need you to explain them with more different expressions related to them to use a wide range of vocabulary in the exam.
I have exam after two weeks and I still confuse about their meaning.
Thank you so much

moutaz1978

Wonderful lesson!! EngVid is my preferred site for learn

sgmmm

i liked this lesson because i didn’t know the different b\w child,toddler. thank you for ur lesson and u r a gd teacher :)

abdisalam4

Thanks so much Emma, it was really useful, but I have a question concerning the Canadian and American accent- is there any difference between them in all aspects , despite the fact that both of them are north America….. Blessings!

heminagha

Thank you Emma . I like your classes very much.

larysa6165

Thank you Emma! :)

elvz777

Wow couldnot help commenting so late.It is all to do with infants,toddlers and teens.I sometimes throw temper tantrum.This word is shared both,Emma explained.Thanks alot

Waligaa wax baro

yohoo,I got 9 correct

Akolivand

Thanks a lot Emma ! Iis it normal for a teenager to throw a temper tantrum ?!

huenhanp102

Thank you very much.
it’s useful to me.

good918

Thank you so much!

Edinho

I did the quiz again, and have got 10/10.
I feel pleased, thank you so much, Emma!

daibk

Very good, thank you, Emma.

brian.he

thank you very much Emma <3

synick

oh Emma thats impressive again, were you really a tattletale, then your momi shouldn’t have wept after spanking you. :) may be you really werent. cheers.

ahamedhussain

This is awesome!!!! I love it. Thank you so much!!!

elsapaynaganan

Thank you Emma this class was very useful ;). I love your name :)

terence13

Very good lesson

abdallah soukel

Thank you Ema! Your lessons are so useful and understandable.

Sholeto

I’ve just waatched this lesson.In was quite interesting.Thanks a lot. But there are mistakes in sutitles. Many mitakes.:)

Vladimir

Thank you for your intersting lessons. Could you give us a lesson about means of transports please ?.

hamido774

Thnaks Emma very nice video.

NAOUFEL. B

Thanks Mam, I got 70%

Abdul Qayum

Thanks Emma

Haitham Mostafa

My kid took quite a long time to walk from crawl. Is it correct. Anyone help me

p.santhosh13

I will raise my kid to respect elders.

p.santhosh13

Thank for your help

Keep it up!

Richard

10/10… thanks

Nathan Cavalcanti

Excellent lesson, very useful and full of vocabulary, thank you Emma!

buyeromanya

Skype ID ‘Huseynov.17′ ..—->If you want to improve your speaking level like me ,you can add me at skype for talking.

iftixar

I got 90% what does terrible twos mean?

milktea

    It’s commonly believed that children go through a stage called “the terrible twos” (because it usually happens around 2 years old) where they get really difficult, start saying “no” a lot, throwing tantrums, etc.

    engVid Moderator

Thanks Emma for your explanations and that smile.

Jose Contreras

Thanks Emma. You teach us English as difficult as teach the terrible twos. Thanks for the hard work.

water meter check please

you are so nice explaining …..

mili gomita

thank you my teacher Emma i get 100 wawwwwwww

hanan Rashad

I need to learn more.

cientistanet

thank you very much for such a perfect lesson on the childhood. I was confused about infant and baby.

drhhotak

thanks

drhhotak

thanks a lot ms.emma

Ahmad Arief

Thanks Emma, you are one of good teachers.

sltanmka

I got 100%..Thanks

Joshisadanandan

thanks.

Iamhere.

Yay 10 from 10 :)

Pattypatt

thank you very much Emma.

jeffson gomez

I got 100. Thank you

Dilanka

Thanks Emma!
I have got 100%

IrynaUA

Thank u emma

Erum1001

i got 90 thanks miss

Yousef Awad

Thank u Emma :)

MoOo7MeD

I can emagene what a funny lovely child you was .
Thank you again for the lesson.
be happy

Abdullah kateb

thank you the nicest Emma

sanar faraj

I cannot thank you enough Emma.You are really the best English teacher I have ever seen.If only I could meet you and improve my English with you :)

Kadir

Hello Emma, this topic was very useful for me.. Thank you very much….bye….

ABDULLAH KAYA

This website is the best! no comments.

andreluis020

Thank you so much, Emma.

booklet

Interesting lesson Emma.

Thank you a lot.

youness2012

Your lesson make me sure and to prove my English,thank you Emma.

prajaya

I am happy to learn this about children. But when i download the lesson, the subtitles do not come. Why? It helps me because i do not get well everything in your pronunciation. Otherwise I admire.

Protais Nsabimana

Thank you so much dear emma. you are a great tutor.

Mohsen Barati

very intresting thanks Emma!

Demba

thanks!

chefao

Thank you very much!

Cyclamen

Hey Emma!
Can u please quide us how to fluently speak English without thinkin?

Ruby007

Alhamdulillah, I got ten correct out of ten
thanks MS. Emmmmmma <3

Constant1

Thanks a lot, really I learned so much.

ing.carlosaramf

I got 80. Thank you so much.

vkachan69

Good luck!

polathan

My parents raised me to be honest.

IKrasn

Spank… interesting word.

NOA1991

Emma’s lessons are really good!!!!!!

Nguyendieuquynh

oh i love this lesson,very cute,after watching this video i feel homesick a little bit coz i am studying far away from my hometown and i remember how beautiful childhood i had when i was a kid, anyway i’m a bit mile way,thanks you for everything.
All best to you

Hoai Manucians

on march, i got a cute girl, my daughter, i love her so much that i could not make my heart to spank her enven though she is always crying during the night,haha.

tantrum,temper tantrum,spank, tattle,tattletale,i learnt so many new words .it’s very nice, tkank you emma ,you are very nice.

baofeng235

thanks .

mohannad9991

I would like to thank you Mis. Emma you are teaching in the best way which could i ever seen

Muaadh2020

Thank you Emma, i like your lesson.

buitamhtk

Thanks, Emma. Good lesson. I got 100

nickandr

Thanks dear Emma.its help a lot .

Md Jubair Hossain

Thank you

mokdadm

Thank you Emma

kheireddine007

Thank you so much Emma!

An Vu

Very helpful for me. Thank you, Emma !

Tyrion

i got perfect score, thAnk you Emma.

ann ann

Thanks Emma , you’you’re the best!

Mohamed Ali Moyasser

You got 10 correct out of 10.Thanks

M kartal

The topic is of current interest for all those parents who teach their children English since birth!(There are quite a few in our country!) We need more vocabulary and the most common expressions to communicate with our children on everyday basis! Thanks a lot!!!

ekaterinaluneva

Thanks….

Rizwana@786...

Thanks i got 7/10 :(

NATO55555

By the way, Emma, speaking of children, do you have one?

Marcio07

Emma, how about the toddler know hot to say this word: “SHIT” ;-;

SherlyYT

Thanks!

shihai182

Thanks so much Emma

tevy22

Thank you, Emma!

JJulian

Thanks very much Emma, I got 10 out of 10

Anbumaran

I had perfect score. Thanks a lot Emma.

ann ann

Thank you Emma, Your lessons are lot to me

Asery Omega

Thank you Teacher

Asery Omega

well done that is very useful .
anyone is interesting to practice speaking English by Skype my nickname is sport

Islamkhamis

Thank you Emma! I got 100%. This will really help me if the subject children appears on my TOFLEL exam in the future.

creamymagenta00

9/10! I have an 8 years old child. When he was an infant, he started learning to crawl, and always hit the terrible twos. Now he is a second-year pupil, I disciplined him when did wrong things.

Jerry Gu

Thank you Ms. Emma.

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