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280 COMMENTS

thank you aa lot engvid for this intresting cours

karim

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    davidgfe

    Very Good Lesson
    so useful

    kotoz

thank you for this Lesson, I’ve been waiting for this Long time ago…. :D:D:D

maekim13

    Glad we could help you!

    Rebecca

      Thank You teacher. You’re very good to explain…Lily from Brazil

      Eliete

      well done.

      valentino

thanks for your lesson it was interesting

Arthur Enriquez

thx for it.

MANU

wow!! i got the perfect score!!!!! amazing!!!! tnx a lot for teaching us,….

regina

    Super! Great work, Regina!

    Rebecca

i got a perfect score! I loved it. thank you for teaching.

sheena

    Good for you, Sheena. Keep up the good work!

    Rebecca

Hello, Rebecca!
Thanks for your lesson, but I have a question: what about situation when we say “Me too”? It is like using “I” as a subject. Please, explain it us.

ashot

    Yes, we do say, “Me, too” or “Me, neither”, which is a bit of an exception to the general pattern.

    The normal patterns of usage are what I’ve explained above. Thanks for your comments and all the best to you, Ashot.

    Rebecca

wonderful website! It’s really helpful ;)

Jonatan

Hello Rebecca!!!How are you?Your kind of teaching is fantastic.You speak very,very clearly.It was a good English lesson .You are a very good professional.Congratulations…CARLOS

CARLOS SIMOES

    I agree…:)

    cristina

      Thank you for your kind words, Carlos and Cristina. So glad the lessons help you. Warm wishes to both of you.

      Rebecca

Really!! This Is A very Good Lesson.i Learned It Very clearly.because You have presented It sincerely.i always appreciate your teaching. Thank you very much for your lessons & May The all Mighty God Bless You.

Jahir

    Thank you very much, Jahir. I wish you all the best, too.

    Rebecca

Rebecca.
According to “CLIFFS TOEFL BOOK” after de verb
to be the subject pronouns must be used
for example
1.- It was she who called you
2.- Is it I you were looking for?
these are examples given by the book
I would like your comments on this please.

jqb8523

    Interesting!
    I think the first sentence is right ,but not the second one

    huseyin çeri

thanx….itz awsum

serwat mehdi

Thanks! Happy Easter to everyone. Kiss!

Silvania

Nice, lesson I´m happy to be a part of engvid.com, the best site for learning English

bigboy85

    Great to have you on board the engvid express! My best wishes to you, bigboy85.

    Rebecca

Great!! Thnaks for your lesson.

talles

great lesson

damian

‘She and I is going out.’
OR
‘She and I are going out.’

Confusing….Different hearsay

Mang Kai Chow

    She and I are going out.

    alex

      You are right, Alex. Thank you.

      Rebecca

    She and I are going out.

    aleksey

    Mang , the second option , is the correct , because you have two people in the sentence , these two people are = we and as you might know , we say we are … look no matter how many people you have in a sentence , as long as you use I it will be always = we . Hugs from Brazil .

    ricardo alessandro

      Thanks as always for your help, Ricardo. My warm regards to you and all your students in Brazil.

      Rebecca

She and I are going out.

Thank you so much.

abriq

amazing..wow i got perfect score.thanks teacher Rebecca.

analynnavarette

salam mis Rebecca
i have question
what is differrence between object pronoun, possive adjective and posessive pronoun

omidkhan

    Hello Salam . I will show you the difference .
    My
    Your
    His
    Her
    Its
    Our
    Their. these words are called Possessive adjectives.
    Mine
    Yours
    His
    Hers
    Its
    Ours
    Theirs . These words are called Possessive Pronouns .
    Now , I will show you a few examples in how to use both of them in English
    Possessive Adjectives.
    This is my car .
    This is your car.
    This is his car . Note , after a possessive adjective , you need a noun

    Let’s take a look now , in how to use the possessive pronoun.
    This car is mine .
    This car is yours .
    Observe , the possessive pronoun does not need a noun after it , it can be used by itself .
    If I were you , I would watch some lessons about it on the internet .
    Hugs from Brazil . I hope it help you .

    ricardo alessandro

      tnx dear friend now i understand

      omidkhan

        You ‘re welcome buddy .

        ricardo alessandro

          You are an amazing teacher, Ricardo! Thank you very, very much. Your students are fortunate, indeed, to have you.

          Rebecca

It’s really easy.!
THANK YOU

number1

thank u very much rebecca.you’re teaching awesome although could you say a bit more about ‘it’,please?

srikavicitizen

which situation can i use “ME” ?

Rey - Brazil

Thank u so much mam…

Archana

Good exercise!

Tharath

Hello, Rebecca!
Thanks for your lesson, but I have a question: what about situation when we say “Me too”? It is like using “I” as a subject. Please, explain it.

ashot

Thank you, Rebecca)

evgenya190586

full mark ^_^ thank you for this lesson

mh320

I like this kind of lessons

Fatima Botelho

really thanx

houda

Hi Rebecca thank you for your lesson

Henry Wilson

thanks Rebecca ..
I got 8 out of 8 ..

toleen

    you must be happy

    omidkhan

    me too toleen :)

    fighterman90

      Ahmadzai “I’m so happy for that :)
      fighterman ” goodluck for u ” ..

      toleen

        tnx dear toleeeeeeeeen just take care of your self der

        omidkhan

your lessons are very accurate and I like watching your videos…thank you Rebecca

cristina

Why Rebecca when do I listen you I understand everything? Maybe because you aren’t english or maybe because did I meet too much Americans on my street? I’m joking, you have a good british accent.

610seiunozero

Thank you Rebecca.

Hamed

On you tube there are plenty possibilities to chose english teachers. In my opnion you and yours friends are the best.

STEFAN KWIATKOWSKI

    Thank you kindly, Stefan. Warm wishes to you.

    Rebecca

yeah

i got 8 out of 8…..

lishalv

really i am proud of you that your english lecture so easy and i understanding alot of thing which i have not covered in my country pakist. i need further your assistant because i am going to appear in IELTS recently.

Mushtaque Ahmed

it is so easy .I like this lesson:)

fighterman90

Thanks for such gorgeous lesoons, very interesting and useful for my english. Thanks a lot!

ladyremarque

I m itersting so much.big thank to you

emadalden

Hi Rebbeca. I am always waiting for your next lesson, they are very good.

raul

Thanks Rebbeca.

raogvk

Thanks a lot Rebbeca.

akayy

thank you very much!!!!

this kind of lessons are very useful!! Greetings from Mexico…

Christian

thanks rebella the lesson was very clear!!!

ceci

Rebecca,thanks for the great lesson, I have a question regarding this sentence, Please call me when you get home! why there is using present indefinite tens for future.??

sm

    When we use a conditional word or phrase, such as when, if, as soon as, before, after, etc, we need to use the present simple tense in that part of the sentence, instead of the future tense.

    For example,

    When I come to London, I’ll call you.

    If I come to London, I’ll call you.

    As soon as I come to London, I’ll call you.

    Before I come to London, I’ll call you.

    After I come to London, I’ll call you.

    In all of the examples above, we used the present simple tense in the part of the sentence with the conditional word.

    We could switch the parts of the sentence around and the same rule would apply:

    I’ll call you when I come to London.

    I’ll call you if I come to London.

    This seems strange to many students because in other languages the sentence would be:

    If I will come to London, I will call you.

    This sentence in incorrect in terms of English grammar.

    So you need to get used to using the present simple tense in that conditional part of the sentence.

    This is a really good question as we use these kind of sentences a lot, and therefore there are a lot of chances to make mistakes or get it right!

    Thanks a lot for your intelligent question, sm. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

      thank you teacher rebecca.

      arbien

thans alot

shadiaz

It is very good.Thank you very much.

srinivas

Rebecca, I was taught in my grammar classes that the correct response to “who is at the door?” is “It is I”, because the implied response is “I a at the door.” ???

Lynda

    Well, no one really speaks like that in real life. So the much more common response would be:

    “It’s me!”

    My best to you, Lynda.

    Rebecca

thank you

prakash24

thanks for all

ali

it was fantastic.

mustafa

thank’s a lot for the interresting lesson

butterfly 02

Hi Rebecca,
I am a great fan and user of Engvid.com. I would like to request a short lesson on reflexive pronouns and their uses. My students often ask “What’s the difference between I, My, Mine etc?”
Thanks for all your help.
Rashida

rashidayvonnecampbell

    Thanks for your kind comments and for watching the engvid lessons. I will plan a lesson such as you have requested. My warmest wishes to you and your students, Rashida.

    Rebecca

hey, rebecca ,
i have little difficulty in listening the english. what should i do?

shahid

    There are books available that specialize in developing your listening skills in English. Try to borrow some from a library if you can. Start with simple materials and move on to more advanced listening exercises. If you are already advanced, you could borrow some TOEFL or IELTS books and follow the script as they speak, so as to connect the words with the way they are spoken by different English speakers.

    I wish you all the best, Shahid.

    Rebecca

Dear Rebbeca.
Thank you so much for your lesson.
good luck
ajith.
Srilanka.

ajith

Thank you, and I’m loking for more lessons

sami12

Hi Rebecca,Thanks. I did quiz very well

Eliete

very nice intersting

noury

Dear Rebecca:
Thanks for sharing your knowledges with us. God Bless you.

eduardoviteri

    Hi! there, Eduardo.
    Did you meant to say, ” Dear Rebecca: Thanks for sharing your fabulous knowledge with us.
    God bless you!”

    Sincerely yours,

    Martin

    fox4you2012

this is good”,)!

marvin082500

thanks for everything

nardelys

thank you so much

tfali

i have question
what is differrence between object pronoun, possive adjective and posessive pronoun

Abdulah Hajj

    Please see Ricardo’s wonderful explanation to this question above.

    Best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

thank you for this engvid

Arif

Thanks a lot.

psmaneewong

thank you so much for this great lesson

i like you

moh

It’s a great lesson, thnx everybody for this great job.

Andre de Almeida

Thanks a lot :D

delightlita

Nice…

shahmahmoodalamyar

Great thank you

jassem76

Thank you again Rebecca. I like the quiz after video. It’s great idea. I wish one after each video.
See you soon!
Cata

catamari

    Glad you enjoy the quizzes. We try to include one after each video. I am sure you are a good English teacher as you really seem to care about your students and about the language.

    My best wishes to you, Catamari.

    Rebecca

Thank you for this lesson

mouza

The Great teaching method!

Javid

thank you,I like your class :)

Rafael

thanks

accountant

Thank you Rebecca .
Nice lesson.

meshoo

nice website tnx for it

mrlynn016

Thanks for taking this English quiz! Your score: 100.00 You got 8 correct out of 8. Check your answers below.’

nazei

thanks for teach me

wasif77

thanks…

Shahen

thanks Rerebecca so much. you teach well making easy and clear.

misgina tekie

Hi Teacher,
Thanks a lot for your lesson.

udomsak

i’m get ,thank you so much.

jadezy

Thanks to all for your feedback. I really appreciate hearing from you. All the best with your English.

Rebecca

thanks

makaveli

it’s fun to learn with you Rebecca :) thanks

cristal99

Thanks for the lesson! More lessons to post.

vince

Wow! I got it,… Awesome, Very Helpful Video hehehe,… Thanks a lot teacher Rebecca ^___^

angelo

Wow , thanks

daif

This is extremely useful and I only wish that it wasn’t presented as though it was only for ESL students.
I have native born American college students whose English is their first language (and their parents’ first language as well) who need these lessons.
Thank you so much for providing it!
Best.
Leslie

Leslie Yarmo

The toppest lesson,very understandeble,thank you!

SMILIX100

nice teaching lesson. thanks

JOSE VALERIO

Dear Rebecca,

the boss should usually the best. And you’re the best!
A very good lesson again.

Hoppel

I learned a lot today, thank you.
could you please teach when we can use what about…? or how about…..? I mean, what is difference at conversation?

farshid56

Hi!maam Rebecca, Its fun and great lesson,thanks for all your help Engvid

Fernando Avila

when i shaw your english lessons i feel that i want to be your student…

raam

I loved this Quiz! It is wonderful. You can do exercises. Great!

macedocardozo

๋Good job!! Man

cjoomjantha

thank’s… i got a perfect score!unbelievable

clarinaseful

Thank you for your unique way to teach English grammar.
I want to know about different between they-them, they-their

Tanmay

Thank again.
I know about different between him, his, her.
Here some example
She finished work him self.
She finished work her self.
He finished work his self.
He finished work him self.

Which one is true teacher?

Tanmay

My mife and I will be having wedding aniversary on December.. AM I RIGHT MS REBECCA? Pls correct me if iam wrong.. TYVM

manifold2011

    I may be mistaken, but here my variant:
    My wife and I are going to celebrate the wedding anniversary at December.

    (wife and I = subjects + are coz it 2 persons, going to + verb = coz you already planned it, I suppose. for planned future use present tenses).
    Sorry if I’m wrong. I learn English too.

    Mistica

Hi Ronnisse this lesson is very intersting.thanks

Raj

nycc lecture\

amit

thank you mem..rebecca.icorrect it my lot of mistake.thank you so much….

md rasool

Everything is clearly now, thank you Miss.

ndes

RELAY THANKS

YOUSEF

Hello Rebecca. Thanks for you help.

I saw the Common English Errors: I or me? She or her? They or them? and I found a mistake, it is in the pronoun you, Which is the correct possive you or your ? Thanks. I have seem almost all your videos.

francy

thanks 4 the lesson Rebecca. I got it from the start to the end xoxo.

Efrain

Someone asked “who ate the pasta in the fridge?”…I blurted out “NOT I”. Was I correct or was it supposed to be “not me”.

Joey

i am bad at ‘i’.

varinder

its really good web which can improve our english

JANVI SINGHANIA

I have a question when we use “AT” in the places sometimes I listen people said at the or only at restaurant in what case we use “AT”. please help me

roxy08

Thanks a lot.

Nittaya

THis is perfect site and it is interesting.Thanks a lot.

Ali

i am really thanks teacher rebacca

abdullah

Helpful lesson
Thank u rebeca

Hoda

Very clear, interesting and useful lessons.
Much thanks to Rebecca!

Yury

I like your quiz because I can practice my english a lot.

chalisachu

hi Rebecca,

thanks for u

Abdullah alqhtani

You are GREAT! Obrigado!!!

lauro

thanks a lot, i’m from Brazil….

michael

thaks lotsa teacher , i have already understood recentlt.some months ago i didn’t know use but this lesson and teacher are useful for me .i am happy tonighi .i promise i will learn in this web page everyday.i love all teacher

danny123nguyen

It’s easy to understand and your voice is too. Thanks from Vietnam!

ABC

Good show!

fatiima

Thnk u so much

anthony

Hi Teacher,
Thanks a lot for your lesson. I don’t understand when I have to use preposition. I went WITH THEM. She sent it TO ME. Please HELP ME. Thanks

Dina

Thank you so much for your lesson? I’m from guatemala and i need to learn to speak more English…

Davyd

thank you for this lesson

safinaz

ThANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THIS LESSON TEACHER.

albeagle77

Thank you teacher.

yousef6030

Thanks

Ae

respected teacher Rebecca:
Thanks for your lessons,they are very helpful.Allah bless you

sohail ahmed

thanks rebecca. :)

keilafuentes4

hirebacca,
i really enjoy ur teaching.i wish to be ur student so that i can learn much from your excellent teaching.

pemaq

thank you a lot teacher.you are really great.i hope you present more.
sohila.

sohila

These class are very very incredible. I feel very excited and interested for correct all my mistakes Thank you Rebeca

u2robert

thanks a lot..

mazhar

i have question…
what about this sentense?
she and he are* going to party..
or
she and he is* going to party

should we use are or is ?

mazhar

    I think – ARE coz it THEY
    you can use “WE” instead “I & she” :)

    Mistica

respected teacher Rebecca:
Your kind of teaching is fantastic.You speak very,very clearly.It was a good English lesson. Allah bless you.

Musa

Thank you so much for the lesson, I’ve learned so much from you today. :D

tati528

thank you very much this site is great

kamo

Amazing !! Im very grateful THANKS FOR THIS FREE CLASS HELPS ME A LOT ….. :D

katherine evora

thanks for this lesson it can help to improve my English

teddylyn

Dear Ms Rebecca,

Thank you very much for the Basic Learning of English. I found it very meaningful and it’s fun .

Baseri

too easy for medium

anon

hi madam i am very thankful to you i like it

ikhlaq63

grammar is boring but engvid make it more interesting im enjoying the lesson thank you engvid.

shine

REBECA,I LOVE YOUR CLASSES. HUGS!!

LEANDRO LOURENÇO

Thank you REBECCA…
you r really good human
and your teaching very well
i m thank full of u ?
your good wisher from India
please send a video…how i read new paper easily…..

Mudassir

Thanks a lot for the class. I’m improving my English skills with you and the other teachers. There are difficult classes and other ones not so difficult. But, I’m better before your classes.

Lucio Barros

Thank you Engvid & Rebecca.

Paul

Yipeee, thank you miss Rebecca, i got perfect score again to this quiz.

emma

Thank You Ms. Rebecca!
I really enjoyed listening to the lesson and I learned a lot.
I was actually browsing the net for the answers but voila, I found the Engvid.com , and thankfully, I am enlightened.
I was about to teach students as part of our program and I am still not prepared not until awhile ago. All thanks to you!
More power and God Bless!

samueljhun

Hi Rebecca

Thanks for your lessons.

Are the following sentences correct?

I will speak to you after i reached there.

Before i will reach there, i will speak to you.

Murugesan

please help me.which is correct:
Ronie and I ate icecream.
or
I and Ronie ate icecream.

isha

Hi Rebecca – which is correct/

We were sitting in the room, she on the chair, I on the sofa

We were sitting in the room, her on the chair, me on the sofa

Phil

teacher, could you please teach us active and passive voice??? its too confusing!!

kumari

Rebecca,

Your lesson was well organized and obviously helpful for many students. As a foreign language teacher in the U.S., one of the most difficult tasks I have is getting students to understand their own language and how poorly most of them/us use it. Unfortunately, the answer to your last question is incorrect. In English “It is I” is grammatically correct but hardly anyone in America uses that form. “It is me” is simply the accepted spoken equivalent.
Phil: the correct form is “…she on the chair, I on the sofa” since “she” & “I” are refering to the subject “we” stated in the first clause.
Kumari: the passive voice happens when the traditional subject is either understood or unnecessary, so the direct object is turned into the new subject, usually by using some form of the verbs “get” or “being”. “My parents grounded me.” becomes “I got grounded” or “I am being grounded”. Everyone knows that “parents” do the grounding, so that word is not critical. What’s important is to whom it happened (not “who it happened to”). You can identify if a sentence is in the passive voice by adding “…by the man/woman” to the end of it and it still makes sense: “I got grounded…by the man/woman”. Also, if the subject is not the one doing the actual action or verb of the sentence then it is passive. “I got grounded”: if “I” is not the one doing the “grounding” then it is not the traditional subject and therefore must be passive.

Germ

Ecxellent lesson Rebecca, thanks a million

argenis

Hi Rebeca, I have enjoyed your lesson today and i will like you to explain the difference between YOURS FAITHFULLY AND YOURS SINCERELY as i had on my exam and I had not knowledge of difference. Many thanks for your teaching as.

Aurelia

Hi, Rebecca! Are these correct?
“It was me who called.”
“That was Alex and me whom you saw.”
“It is us clerks who work hard.”
Thanks for your feedback.

Rose

100% yeah, thank you very much.

mexicool

Hello Rebbeca,thanks for a usuful lesson.

kosobe113

thanks Rebeca

alberto117

Simply easy

jonm966

hello mam! correct me if i’m wrong but my understanding is that, after the linking verb or the verb to be the pronoun should be in the nominative case. thanks

emongoloyd20

100 :)
thanks rebeca, it’s very helpfull but how about using “his”?
for example : does he complete his homework?

ade175

please let Raj and_____ go to theatre .
A. I
B. me
c. he

Answer, please… I got 100 at lesson above.

didi17

    The option (A)

    nicopapa

Raj and I go to the theatre
I is the subjet.
All the best

nanarella

Hello Rebeca,
First, I loveeeeeeeeeeeeee this website :)
Second, could you help me?
Which ones are right?
“I arrived before HER” or I arrived before SHE”
“I arrived earlier than HER or earlier than SHE”
” How many are THEY? or How many are THEM?

And on the phone… I have heard both… Can I speak to Sarah?
Hello this is she
Hello this is her

Over all, what is the grammar rule??

Thank you,

Paula

Paula Germano

Hello mam! thanks for the lesson.Is this sentence correct? it’s me Thiruselvi.

thiruselvi

I got 88 %. Good. Thanks Rebecca.

alpido24

thank you so much :)

yanjaa

WOW THANKS MAM ..^^ YOU HELP US ALLOT .

johnbg

Hi. First all I’m sorry my English so I hope you’ll understand what I’m trying to ask you.
In Spanish we use to omit personal pronouns. Does it happens in English?

An example could be the next one:

My name is Chris and I am from Tenerife. I used to climb but I fell down three years ago and now I have troubles to control my mind when I climb.

Could I say like follow?

My name is Chris and I am from Tenerife. I used to climb but fell down three years ago and now have troubles to controlling my mind when climb.

I don’t know if my doubt is formulated to understand it.
Thanks

crooibos

Hi I love all your lessons.
Thank you so much.

saad kezai

oh , thank a lot Rebecca , and Can you give us a lot of exercise ?

Edward st

I am improving my English. Thanks a Lot Englishvid.com

aky9000

That was a good one and very useful to me.

Adil Kadhim

do you really like john ?

nofa.XD

thank you very much teacher Rebecca

Deil

Thank you prof.Rebecca.
But I have a doubt, you said, ”I like John” and ”John likes me”, ”we like John and John likes us. In this two sentence “I” is singular so you used ”like” as a singular form but in 2nd sentence ”Me” is also singular form so why do you say ”likes” why not ”like”, John like me or John like us..
will u explain me? please…

janani1987

Thank you prof.Rebecca. I scored 8/8
But I have a doubt, you said, ”I like John” and ”John likes me”, ”we like John and John likes us. In this two sentence “I” is singular so you used ”like” as a singular form but why not ”John like me or John like us.

janani1987

Rebecca, You are the wonderful teacher. Thanks!

LindaLA

Hi Rebecca,thanks a lot
great lesson – great explanation – great teacher
take care

cep62

Great job Rebecca, I love all your classes and I can understand when do you talk. Very thanks!

nicopapa

    Great job Rebecca, I love all your classes and sometimes, I can understand when do you talk to us. Very thanks!

    nicopapa

,,,,, .Only she. or
,,,,, .Only her.
Could this be sentence at ll?

minina

Thank you ,Rebecca.

51john23

My gratitude knows no bounds.

Iamhere.

Hi Rebecca, do you say “he is better than me” or “better than I”?
Thank you :)

bethlimsy

Very useful topic.
Thank you, Rebecca.

Koichi

who is there
it is them -him- you-us
are they correct
please answer rebecca

Manolya

Thanks.. I like this site…

Nikolya-lya

100% thank uuu

Zainab Awni

Dear Rebecca,
Clear lesson. Thank you.
Best regards.

Peter

Thanks a lot Rebecca

Mahapatra Debasish

my quiz
100
You got 8 correct out of 8.
:D

chakim hamzah

Thanks!!

Albertocontato

my quiz
100
you got 8 out of 8 correct
:D

keona malcolm

thank you very much

Vivimi

Hi there.

I have a question about this topic.

Yesterday I was having a conversation with a group friends when someone said this expression: “she, she and her” so my friends and I started a discussion about this topic what is the correct way to say this? She, she and Her or She, she and she?

Help me please!

Kunicho

looking for the right answer is confusing. just read the questions thoroughly..

john143u

I have a problem with, “This is her” and “This is she”, when answering the phone. I searched all over the internet. What is said is, that “This is she” is correct, but “This is her” is more commonly used. The same goes with, “It is I” and “It is me”. This is in reference to the last question in your quiz.

vazquezz

    you are right. after to be one must use subject pronoun.

    Briklend Handersson

    “It is ME” is not grammatically correct in the academic sense, but is used in spoken English.
    “It is I” is grammatically correct in the pure sense, but would never be used in spoken English – or very rarely by people who speak in an ultra-formal dialect.
    “It is I” would have been correct in Shakespeare’s time, in spoken English, but not now

    Briklend Handersson

Dear prof, why do not use subject pronoun after to be (it’s I not it’s me; If I were she, he,). One must use subject pronoun only after to be. it is an exception. is it more formal ?? Thank you

Briklend Handersson

Thank you so much Rebbeca

Samtou

i got 7 out of 8

k.abed

Thanks for lectures

Mariaamsaba@

The video was very simple and useful, lots of thanks ! :D

Lucas Avelino

very good lesson!

Mikesyndrom

Good review!

Mikesyndrom

ups! very bad. I had many mistakes

kalel71

I got total mark (:. thank you sooooo much for this information

Zainab abdul wahed

Hello, Rebecca!
Thanks for your lesson.

vahidvahidi

You got 8 correct out of 8.

thank you.

M kartal

All right!! I got 100% on this lesson….:-)

Thanks! Rebecca, for the wonderful lesson.
Keep up with the excellent work.

fox4you2012

Thank you Rebecca ! 100% on this lesson :)

Samousse

Thanks for your efforts, I like when you teach us the correct pronunciations of the words Such as ( her / were) please keep going we need that a lot.

omnia.farouk

thank you

anhvnsg

thank you

anebaroy

7/8 very good!!

wsantos23

that was great and very helpful

maryam.noor

Thank you Ms. Rebecca!

Alex-1956

Thank you so much!!

leahmeter91

Thank you very much for your service!

Michael Omoya

cool
I’m going with them

mrwho

While attempting these quizzes I feel like I should start teach English..! 😅😅
But its really good, you are doing great guys keep it up.

Karthick81

8/8, very simple explanation! Thanks a lot!!

Alenasimple

Hi Rebecca . Nice lesson . The first time i understand object pronom. Thanks a lot

mohasel

It well.

Abduke

Dear Rebeca,
Which sentence is correct “help me study” or “help me to study”?
When do we use “TO” after the verb “HELP”?

fahadbinsalman

Thanks again for another wonderful lesson. i just wondered if you have a lesson on easy writing, and oral English? I look forward to your repy.

Tamba James Biaddy

thank you

abde motalib

Thanks a lot Rebecca.

Hasan Soledad

Thanks

dpoljak

Can I say: “Is him good at that?” or it is correct to say “Is he good at that?”??

aras12
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