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269 COMMENTS

you are very clear. thanks!!!

jessyk

    Hola jesics, yo tambien soy de la argentina, Hello Jesica, I am also from Argentina.

    alexsarg

      Hello alexsarg, how are you??? :) I’m from Cordoba- Argentina!! what about you??

      jessyk

    Thank you Rebecca.
    I am currently taking english classes in college but, when I do not understand something I review your lessons and they help me a lot. You are the best teacher !!.

    Teresa

    u taught me very good lesson
    thanks

    adil hussain

    Thanks

    kotoz

Thanks Rebek!
The way you present, its so easy to understand.
May God give you the wisdom and strenght to become the best teacher in the world.

Mathai

    I am humbled by your very kind words. Many thanks and all the best to you,Mathai.

    Rebecca

Great lesson, can you tell me what is the difference between may and might?
Thanx

umair26

    They are basically the same, when you use them in a sentence.

    In very polite questions, we use may, not might. For example:

    May I hold the door for you?

    May I use the phone, please?

    All the best with your English, umair26.

    Rebecca

      In this two sentences:
      1. Ann may go to the party.
      2. Ann might go to the party.
      Sentence 1 means, the speaker is allowing Ann to go to the party.
      Sentence 2 means, the speaker is saying that it is more possible that Ann is going to the party. But Rebecca, please correct me if i’m wrong. thanks ^^ God bless you more ……..

      xhiann1616

Thank you very much for lessons, Rebecca.
Best regards from Russia :)

Dmitry

    Spaseeba, Dmitry.

    My best wishes to you, too.

    Rebecca

Thank you very much. your Help is Very important in my life

Gasagara Usengimana Patrick

    So glad our lessons help you. All the best with your English.

    Rebecca

after “did” what should v use i mean “did” is related to past, after tat word shoud v use present verb or a past verb
like here “where did he go ?” or “where did he went?
mam i dont know how to ask its better u make a lesson for the viewers in future … pls

logeshwaran

    Where did he go?

    This is the correct way to ask this question in the past. Please consult a basic grammar book for this info -it will help you.

    In English, we say:

    He went to the store. (Affirmative sentence)
    He didn’t go to the store. (negative sentence)
    Did he go tot the store? (Question)

    We only change the verb in the affirmative/positive sentence. In the negative sentence and the question, we go back to the base form of the verb.

    All the best to you.

    Rebecca

      this is really helpful, thank you so much..

      markbel23

by the way i got 8/8 in the quiz .. thank u mam

logeshwaran

thanks for this lesson teacher rebecca!

bigboy85

Thanks Rebecca! Your lesson was very logical and acurate and …because of that my score was 100 percent !

cristina

My score was 87.50 :)

Mariela

thanks miss rebecca for this lesson , but why ” any ” for falafel isn’t this the first exception for yes answers if i get in a falafel shop and ask for it i expect the yes answer!!! plz explain this point <. thanks again for you

mr osama

Thanks a lot. I`ve got a lot of useful information for myself.

natalie777

HI

ghghso

HI thank you miss rebecca u are amazing teacher thank you

ghghso

Dear rebcca mam,
your small video class is very interesting and focused on small and very importand mistakes. so your classes is very usefull for me. slowly-slowly my english is improve by your regular classes.
thanks
Rakesh Singh
India

kumarhmp

    Dhanyavad. I am happy to hear our website is helping you. My best wishes to you, Rakesh.

    Rebecca

Hello Rebecca!!! hope u r too fine. U r an amazing teacher, i really like ur lessons,they’re very clear n’ also they help me 2 improve my English n’ knOwledge
The best wishes 2 u
geetings from Mexico

Leslie

ii am very glad to see this web,i like that so much.the teacher is very good english i understand what she say.thanks alot.

abla

Thank you for your lesson. It’s very useful for me. I love this webside and good teachers.

Bum

coud you please make a video about where,were, what is the differences between this two , about its pronunciation?

peterjose

I forget say hello!

peterjose

Hi Rebecca,

Thanks for your lesson!
Could you explain me the meaning of word ‘falalfel’. I try on dictionary, but cannot find out.

Thanks
An

anbui

    hey…it’s an egyption food

    bisho

THANKS FOR YOU LESSON REBECCA

elpinto151

Nice lesson! Really it would work for me
Love you Canadian people !!!!!

shayra

hi rebecca
excuse me i wanna answer for anbui
Falafel is a fried ball of spiced beans or chickpeas, somewhere eaten in all the Middle East. It’s our traditional breakfast ..!!
that true do you mean rebecca..

caeser

Thank you Rebecca. Your videos are the best help to my poor English. This is the first time I´ve got 100 % of success.

Juan

Dear Rebecca,
Is the sentence “we remain at your disposal for any furher information” wrong?
Thank you in advance for you kind reply!
Regards

Alex

    This sentence is fine. In some cases, such as this, “any” is used in a positive sentence.

    All the best to you,Alex.

    Rebecca

      please explain when any use it as positive sentence.

      saddymehmoodbutt

hi rebecca
I just want to say honestly you are the best grammar teacher ever :) !!

Nada

    Thank you very much for your kind words. My best wishes to you, Sara1.

    Rebecca

Thank you miss Rebecca for let me understand when to use some /any

Henry Wilson

thank you my result is 100 out 100

anu/neha

interesting lessons tahnk

alfredo07

hi! thank u for the lesson.

Sadaqat

Hello, Rebeca. Could you please explain the difference between such words as “answer, respond and reply”. I mix them up all the time. ))) Best regards. Natalie.

natalie777

thank you Rabecca, you are very kind to teach to everybody, and how neat words when you teach,

geshe Tenzin Sherab

i learnt lot. thanks

Renuka

Thank you very much Rebecca. This lesson is very clear and easy t understand. Thanks!!!

Nilanka

Thanks for your lesson!

elgiz

me gustaria aprender mucho ingles.mucha cracia

perla

great help. thanks. :))

didi

thanks Rebeca i would like to more abt how to and when use will,would,could,can,etc…..
best regards,
Jay

jay23872

Thank you

yacoub143

All the videos are very good but particularly this one I do not like the pictures. I hope that you can change them.
Thanks a lot. I am an English teacher and I really like the videos they are very helpful in class and it is fun to watch them. The students like to be taught in many different ways.
Thanks again.

elba

Good lesson! Now I really understand the difference about some and any.

Gennaro

thanks for good teaching

ali baloch

thanks so much, i live in Qatar, your wep site is very intrsting

batrawy

hello

wfa

I have the seem problem>>>>

wfa

That was very helpful. Thank you.

LM555

VERRY NiCE^^

archelle

DEAR REBECCA, PLEASE READ IT!!!!!!

thanks a lot, thanks a million, god bless you! Your speech a very great and understandable! Have you got a text of your any lesson? If you have a text of your any lesson, could you send it on my e-mail – vadimchan [ a t ] mail [ d o t ] ru, if you want and please. And else what are differences between yours and your and etc. “etc.” and “so on”

Vadim

    We do not have the text of the lessons available, but we do have some English resources available on this site, which you might find useful.

    There is no difference between “etc” and “and so on”, but the second one is better to use in formal or academic situations.

    For the difference between “your” and “yours”, please consult a good grammar book, as the explanation is a little long.

    All the best with your English, Vadim.

    Rebecca

thank you so much ma’am rebecca for this very helpful lesson…

jeonas

thanks teacher it was good

ulzii

thanks a lot, thanks a million, god bless you! Your speech a very great and understandable!

Vadim

DEAR REBECCA, PLEASE READ IT!!!!!!
Have you got a text of your any lesson? If you have a text of your any lesson, could you send it on my e-mail – vadimchan [ a t ] mail [ d o t ] ru, if you want and please.

Vadim

what are differences between yours and your and etc. “etc.” and “so on”

Vadim

thanks

priyanka

thank u

priyanka

thank you teacher Rebeca….I’m say your speech a very understandable!!! Thtnk y a lot…

Jasmin

you are so amazing Rebbeca.i real wont to say thank you so much.i cant wait to wach your next lesson video

Erom

esromtk

TY!! :)

Pablo

thanks Rebeca, your explanation super

Farida

Thank you Rebecca very very much. You realy helped me.

hayk86

Thank you very much Rebbeca.
Frankly, i like your teaching method.

kelvenson

HI Thanks for teaching that lesson and will you please teach a lesson something about “supposed” with some examples….

Mahesh Katkam

Thank you alot.

wfa

Thanks for taking this English quiz! Your score: 87.50 You got 7 correct out of 8. Check your answers below.’

nazei

u are good thank you

frd

Dear Rebecca,
Thank you so much for your kind explanation about “some and any”. It’s very important for me because it’s always my common mistakes when using them in a sentence.

abdullahsagum

THANK YOU REBECCA YOU ARE VERY CLEAR BYE ELISA

asiapt

thank you !!

noria

it’s very easy to undersatand

ayugna24

thanks very much rebecca

aniengvid

Very formative way to learn and understand. Thank you Rebecca..

marily

thanks alot

abdullah9

thank you very much teacher.You are very clear.please upload more lessons.we are waiting for u.

sara

owh…tq so much teacher..
thats a great lesson..

nijunggi

Thanks Teacher Rebecca! :)

princesapple24

Rebeca, you are a excellent teacher because you speak solwly and clearly. When I listen you I allays score Thank 100% on the quiz. for help me!!

CREBIO AVILA

It is very clear and helpful. Thank you very much.

Srinivas

oh my.. i often ask this question “do you have some money” without knowing that “some” should not be used when asking & should be replaced by the word any hehehe thanks teacher rebecca

loukie08

MY EXAM IS VERY GOOD PLEASE
TANKS

malla7

Thank you Teacher Rebecca (:

hala4

Year!!! I love this lesson, it make me improve my Eng skill, thank you so much. Best wish to you :)

pucca

thank you! very good!

eltongusmao

Great lesson!!!

oholeo

Hi Rebeca, I have troubles to use the words WHICH & THAT correctly:
Examples:

The people that/which were in the party are my friends.
The bottle that/which contains water is on the table.

Perhaps is a good theme for one of your fantastic videos.

Thank you very much.

blackvelvet

    Thanks for your suggestion. There is not much difference between the two words, so you could use either one comfortably.

    What you cannot do is to use “which” to talk about people. In that case, we must use “who”.

    Thanks and all the best to you.

    Rebecca

      In asking a question like:
      Which one do you like?
      can we also say:
      That one, do you like?
      thanks, Teacher!!!! ^^

      xhiann1616

        I think no,Xhiann.
        but it is possible to say
        ‘Do you mean that one?’

        huseyin

          thanks ^^

          xhiann1616

thanks Ribeca so much. I can fully understand what you present. thanks!

november611

Thank you, Rebecca. You are so helpful and your way of representation is so good and I wish all the success and happiness in your life. Thank you again for your help.

Rati Ranjan

Thank You

delightlita

Great…

shahmahmoodalamyar

Really , it’s wonderful . Thanks a lot , I’d like more about tenses

youssef

YOu are cool

Balzhan from Kazakhstan

Hi Teacher,
Thanks you sir.

udomsak

Rebecca Thanks a lot…For me it´s to complicated to speak english.

piancci

Thank you very much to all of you who have left such kind comments. I am so glad the engvid lessons help you. It means a lot to us. Please tell your friends so we can continue to offer more lessons. My best wishes to all of you.

Rebecca

thank you >>> you make it easy

omar

I really the teaching way of you. thank you so much
it is very easy to understands
good health

Nguyen

What does mean “falelefl”?
Thank you for teaching me!

Linh Vo

i always got a perfect score it looks like my major problem is to speak up or make a conversation to somebody!

klingkling

I answer all. You are a great teacher. It is easy to understand lessons. I hope you stay healthy and teach lessons or something like that. Thank you so much Rebecca.

hayuki86

when we use could sould would….

Haris

thanks alot my teacher

wasif77

thanks Rebeka.You’re so helpful and clear.thanks a lot……..

elanto

Dear Rebecca, can you explain about use of “HELD”
when, what situation …?

jagaa

Thanks a lot you are the best teacher

joyrani

Hello Rebecca!
You are a such a nice teacher and no lesson was hard or complicated that I learned.
Thanks. See you later.

engvideos

mam i like this class because you are teaching well

saisudharsun

thank you very much mam

saisudharsun

I learned a lot from this video..thanks… I just hate the pictures which were suddenly appearing during the discussion.. they’re kind of disturbing for me… It was like, I was so engrossed listening to you and then suddenly, someone came and messed up with our moment together! :( but Rebecca, i really appreciate your lesson. thanks a lot!! ^^ God bless you more ^^

xhiann1616

    Sorry, the pictures were my fault :|

    engVid

      oh my… no no… no big deal! sorry

      xhiann1616

What is falalfel? and how do you pronounce it? thanks! ^^

xhiann1616

    an Egyptian dish.

    Hüseyin çeri

    huseyin

      how do u pronounce it???? thanks! ^^

      xhiann1616

        It’s pronounced like it is written: fa-la-fell. The stress is on the ‘la’.

        engVid

          thank you! ^_^

          xhiann1616

Thank you very much, i got 100

uppy05

thank’s ma’m

amit

thank u so much…..you are the best….:)
the way u explain,very nice…..take care…..

shagg

no, i have some money
NO, I HAVE some soup
are these correct

zeeshan

Clear!!…Thanks

patcha555

thank you very much.you teach english so clearly.I gave correct answer to all questions.

Jack

Thank you for your explanation about this lesson. Now I think that I understood.

vfreitas

Dear Rebecca,
You always add something new to any lesson.So,your lessons are very useful for any person whatever his level is.
Kind regards,
Medhat Nagy
Cairo – Egypt

Medhat Nagy

Thank you a lot again (or agin a lot ?)^^.

It’s very clear now (I hope so :)),bye.

Tawniette

Hello,

I just want to say that this is the best site on internet I’ve ever seen to learn English easily and quicker. Rebecca is an excellent teacher.
May God bless you forever

flomaba

This lesson is very helpful.. Thank teacher!

Alex

thanks a lot for your fantastic lessons . they are very helpful and interesting .

shaza

thank you teacher

shakil123

Thanks Rebecca

fazttls

Thank you very much Rebecca.

elsa

Hi.This is great. I learned lots of things from you teacher. Thanks.

Aisha Binte Akram

Thank you very much, Rebbeca!

Nephilim

Thank you Rebecca. Could you please tell what the word “falalfel” means? I can not find it in a dictionary.

juliange

    “Falafel” is a very tasty Arabic food , especially in Palestine , Egypt, Syria , Jordan and Lebanon , we put it inside the bread like the beef burger but it is prepared from vegetables food.
    Please refer to this video
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2p_h3s1CPoc

    kind regards

    Hassouna

Thank you so much! very well done :)

Good question about ‘falalfel’

I haven’t found too :) Thank’s Juliange!

elayne79

Very nice website… congratulations all!!!!

TKS!!!

reissilva

Thank you teacher for this lesson.
best wishes to you!

mleyrich11

OK, but which one is correct:

Do you want some lemonade?
Do you want any lemonade?

Kate

Hallo,
Actually i want 2 know what should we use after any?plural o singular??!
N always we use noune after it???

fatiima

    I’ve got it,
    We use any with uncountable n plural countable nouns in negatives,
    questions n sometimes in affermative clauses after words that have a negative o limiting meaning like:
    1.U never give me any help.
    2.There’s hardly any tea left.
    UP ME!

    fatiima

Sorry,noun not noune!

fatiima

From my heart I am telling “GOD bless you”, you are a ver good teacher, I wil pray for you well being

karthik

From my heart I am telling “GOD bless you”, you are a very good teacher, I will pray for your well being

karthik

I’m from Brazil, Sao Paulo, and I’m really liking your lessons. Thank you for helping us.

MHW

thank you

mxtr

Hello how are you ? .nice to meet you .thanks for your all lesson.you are a good teaching English. I wish you have good luck health happiness especially successful for your job and life all times .good luck .SWEET DREAM

sry meng

thank you so much

rimalara83

it’s nice(may god guide you to straight way)

what is the difference between somewhere and anywhere

saleem

8 correct.thanx to rebecca..ı have not any problem with any and some now.thanx

tolga

thank u !!!
it was really helpful 2 me.
these quiz questions are just like a game ”PLAY AND LEARN”

nikita

thank you very much Rebecca!!!! God bless you :)

From new caledonia.

ocea

Thank you very much :-)

minervam23

I liked your explanation. Thank you.

Luizmartins

hi!
thank you for this lessons i have problem with gammar what can i do?

mouna

hi I’m SADEQ from Iraq
actually,wonderful and amazing job ….. I havn’t seen any lesson like what you doing here
thank u so much for your help
eccept my greeting for all teachers here
thank u

sadeq

Thank you very much

newer

Thank.s Rebecca, you are the best!

tanya

Tks Rebecca

Camila

thank you so much rebecca because tomorrow we are going to have a big test on the lesson of some,any and no i really understand when my english teacher explain us but i don’t know why i want to learn more so i search the sites like yours and i find yours and i am very glad you speak very clearly and easily like my english teacher thanks alot!!!!!!!!!!!!!

tenzin

That’s very very useful .
I love it !
Thank you teacher. :))

pptprae

Thanks Rebecca .Best wishes for a wonderful day .God bless you .

Momndad

88 … You got 7 correct out of 8

3rd One was wrong .. :(

thank u teacher ….. :)

DaZun

Thanks can und very easily thais teacher

Ragavan

hello Rebecca,

It’s really a great effort by you to correct the English of those who are weak in it, or shall we say, teach English to those who really need it. It’s very interesting indeed. The more we learn the more we come to know how much we don’t know!

Thanks & regards,
Sri

sridhar

Thank you!

yasuko

you are the best teacher easy to understand .
please corect to me this sentence:any one needs ahelp to pick up chldren from school i am at your service.thanks

nadine

Thank you Rebecca,
I have never seen any grammar lesson very clear like this, your lectures are amazing.
Best regards,

Li Ra

thanx mam you are best teacher i understant your lecture are amazing

sahusuneel

good !!!!!! for explain thank..(^_^)

lyaeaong

Hi Rebecca !
I’m Vietnammese, Your lessons so great …! love u

Nguyen Huyen

Thanks a lot!best teacher Rebecca madam, these leasons are a very helpful for all of those who are weak, just me, but i think that you explain all of tences one by one,for why, i am a new student of u, by.

syed shiraz

You got 8 correct out of 8.
Thank you.

alabbad77

Thank you so much Rebecca,these lessons are very useful.

ozcan

thank u very much.i m arabic so tnx for bourekas.
for the last one in the quiz i thought the person was expecting yes for blue shirt. we can use some, am i wrong, or only in question no answers.tnx

ahmed31

hi,rebicca i just want to say thank you very much i really understand about so & such how to use and which condition need to use . thank you very much engvid.com

shyam bahadur shrestha

Thank you so much teacher for the explanation.

Camila

I am from India. Thank you very much for teaching me.

Shreyas

would you tell me the difference between ” Dad” and “father” ” Mom” and ” Mother” ? Thank you very much. Hope you will respond……. hope Rececca ….. I love you …..

ngockhanh

thnx u are very good teacher i was looking for that for longtime thnx again now i can learn english easly have anice day

youssef

Thanks for the lesson!
Easy understandable. I really liked it.

mohinur

thank you

ahmed10001

When we expect ‘ Yes ‘ , we may use ‘ some’ to question people…
Do you want any/ some felafal ? or only ” Do you want any felafal ? If only one answer with ” any,please explain me more . Thank you.
I wonder , how can you find my comment ?

stupor67

Thanks Rebecca, I like your lessons.

kosobe113

thanks Rebeca but i have a question what is it the meaning about falafel?

alberto117

i did’nt known how to use some and any,but now i can use it easily. thanks u very much,Rebeca!

vutien1412

Good job! I got 8 correct out of 8. thanks for your guidance.

mahaviro

I got 5 out of 8 but its ok I will try harder next time

muzzamil

i so cool

muzzamil

Thank you very much.You are the best.With your lessons I’ll be the best in my class.But ı’ve got a question.Any is used with questions but some is used in the questions too.How can I distinguish it.(If ı’ve got some mistakes in this I’m really sorry.I don’t know English like you

captainmalia

I fınd my mıstakes ın my fırst note. I thınk in the last sentence ,’like you’is a really bad mistake I’m sorry

captainmalia

Hi Rebecca!
How about this one: I’d been unemployed for two years so I’ll take ANY job now.
Is this correct? And how do you explain the use of “any”?
Thanks!

CristinaMiu

I never had any mistake. It´s a example.

roymn

I got 8/8. Thank you so much :)

mynmyn

Thank you Rebecca!
I like this lesson. ^”^

Ted Lee

ooooooooohh i’m prince

abdelkhalek1987

Thanks teacher.

samir

definitely easy! i got 100 thanks a lot rebecca

bheb27

I got 8 correct out of 8. Thank you Rebecca
:D

putriafebriana@gmail.com

Thanks a lot Rebecca.This will really help me in my working enviroment.

Maqbul Hussain

Thank You! I understood about that very much!

Moh Moh

hello…rebecca, you’re a wonderful teacher i’ve ever seen in my life…the way you teach is so easy to comprehend….if i were in your position, i would feel so proud of myself….well, i’ve a question for you….can you tell me what’s the meaning of ages,years?(especially used in perfect continuous sentence)

Rasho

Thank’s Rebecca.The best regards.

51john23

Thank you for your lesson. I got 7 correct out of 8. :)

CHUNLIGA

Thank you very much,Rebecca. I didn’t know this before. I always think that some use with uncountable noun and any use with countable noun. Your lessons are great!

KhruNicky

Very clear. Thanks a lot.

idoclo

hehehehehe it was a good and very pratic class :)

RafaelORS

Thank you for another great lesson.
^_^

Koichi

useful and clear as always!! thanks

Please could you explain us the difference between “whitch” and “that”?
I am sure all your students are waiting for a lesson about this!!!

oliviaanna

There are only two words in your lesson. But it is such an important theme!

Medbrat

Thank you so much Dear Rebecca .
Very useful lesson, clear explanation….easy to understand.
I have a question. Is that correct to say Any child likes chocolate, if it is correct this is an affirmative sentence and this is confusing for me, could you explain me please. Thanks in advance.

ia23

    It’s very clear. Thank you :)

    lnwamoura

Thank you so much dear Rebecca. I got 6 correct out of 8.

JONEer

Dear Rebecca,
This presentation of “some”and “any” is easy to understand. Thank you.
Best regards.

Peter

Hello Dear Rebecca, is it related countable and noncountable to the sentences for

Samimi

Hi, Rebecca, I have a question!, i was taught when i was studying English that ‘some’ does not change when we are talking about fruits and vegs, for example there are some apple? And when we ask; are there some apples?, negative there aren’t some apples. would like to help to be clear on this inquire?, thanks

maryiveth

Very good video!! Easy to remember and understand. Thank u Rebecca

miniola

Thanks a lot.

DuarteLudwig

Thangs FOR THE LESSON REBECCA

JoseJAD

i got 100%

k.abed

It was very very well !!!! Thank you very much!

Yerkin

I didn’t get any mistake on this quiz.

Anita

Hello Rebecca. This is Ismael from Mexico City. The lesson about Call Centers and Customer Service is really helpful. Thankyou very much.

idragon10

Thanks a lot Rbbecca, now so ease to understand how can I use them correctly. Regards Lydia

lymourao

Thanks, Rebecca. Good lesson. I got 100

nickandr

Thanks a lot, Rebeca. I got 10 of 10. This lesson was a very clear. To be honest, I always used the word “some” hehehehehe. Finally, I understood how to use those words.

pingo

Thanks, Rebecca Go on ^_^

miss ghada mahrous

I can understand! So easy! Thanks for help! :)

Gabriela94

thank you very much Rebecca

bobmasa

Very helpful lesson!

basiliovillanueva

Hi Rebecca. Your lesson is very easy to understand. But I have a question about “some/any”. Which option should I use – some or any if that is Wh-question?
For example: “Who gave ____ money to Mike?”
This blank is “Some” or “Any”? Thanks!

Pinklady

Thanks Rebecca.

Alex-1956

You got 8 correct out of 8.

thank you so much.

M kartal

Thanks!

shihai182

thx

Ibrahim71

thank you Rebecca

anhvnsg

thank you so much .it’s very helpful .thank you again

TOUFIK269

I have a question.

I talk with my friend to invite people.
He said three people and i said six students

He said, six students is a good idea
Is here correct or he should have used are instead of is when he said six students (is)

Aleyzy

Thank you a lot Ms. Rebecca.

Alex-1956

Thank you for this lesson. You are one of the best English teacher.

Sean94

Thanks a lot mam! You are the best teacher ever.

Prasunan

hi misses Rebecca is it possible to say ‘She never has no time for me’ Regards from Mexico ;)

EdgarProa

Hi Rebecca, well done.Keep on

khilaire

Hii

Your the best teacher I’ve been seen in my life

Waleed jan2341

thanks teacher

Arlex Leonardo Ruda

Dear Rebecca. In previous Quiz Countable and Uncountale nouns. There was question: Would you like ___ pizza ? I choose answer “some” and test said that it was wrong answer. The write answer was “a few”. I do not understand why. Type of question is ASKING FOR SMTH = EXPECTING YES. Am I right ?

Bokach

    I scored 100 on the quiz, I’m on cloud nine!

    Nglizzy

Thanks a lot Rebecca.
I got 100 without any help.

Hasan Soledad
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