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These are very very confusing words, especially when it’s about the verb, same pronunciation as a noun, and meaning is totaly different. . . Complicated, but I’ve learnt it, thank you Rebecca for explanation, very useful :)

Mark

    There r alot of deserters in this world

    kotoz

thaks fot the lesson!

wakeelahmedchanna23

    I made a mistake! I wanted to write “thanks” instead of “tanks” “my bad”

    wakeelahmedchanna23

Thank you Rebecca. You guys are doing wonderful social work. Expecting such lessons in future too…Thank you…

Rahul

Where is the quiz ??

Yash

    yea yash where is the quiz?????????

    engstudent

    You really don’t need quiz. . . If you understand this lesson, you can make quiz all by yourself :)

    Mark

hi rebeeca how r u?i just wanna ask about how can i use have u seen and did u see ? i mean what is the difference between them? my best wishes for u good teacher.

abdulelah

    Did you see – Past Tense, you use this phrase when you know exact moment when something happened. For example: Did you watch that football match “yesterday”?, this phrase is almost always followed by some adverb which shows us exact moment when something happened, in this case that is “ÿesterday” etc. Have you seen – Present Perfect, you use this phrase when you don’t know when something happened, so the question begins with have or has. . . This verb tense is most difficult, because many languages don’t have that tense :)

    Mark

      Thanks for helping out, Mark. That was a good explanation.

      Sometimes there is not much difference in meaning between the Past Simple and the Present Perfect. However, if you refer to a finished time, such as yesterday, then you must use the Past Simple; If you refer to an unfinished time, like today, this week, this year, my life, etc, then you can use Present Perfect.

      Abdulelah, please consult a good grammar book for a fuller explanation. My best wishes to you.

      Rebecca

Dear Rebecca,
thanks a lot for solving this,and thank God to find this website,
you are much much much better than our teacher,
I want to see more and more

Taleb

thanks very much.i nead a quiz if you donot mind

yousef

Rebecca U made me understand easily pretty lady.so long n’ goodbye.

Efrain

Rebecca,

You are a very nice teacher because you explain difficult issues with easy explanation. Thank you very much!!

CREBIO AVILA

Rebecca,
Do you offer class on line?? It is possible to talk with you on the skype??

CREBIO AVILA

    i´d like talk you, teacher. Today, i found this web page and it was very useful.

    have a nice day.

    Oscar

    I do not offer online lessons at this time. Thanks for asking. I wish you the best.

    Rebecca

awwwhh this lec z only fr indian’s lolxx…..

sam

Hi teacher Valen
How are you?
I am a new student.

abdullahnabeel86

hi

abdullahnabeel86

Hello Rebecca and everybody! Rebecca, thank you for the lesson! These words are really confusing. I hope I won’t forget this lesson. At least for now :), everything is clear.

alice12

hi everyone, hi from turkey

erdem1662

hi rebecca thanx for all the lessons that you made for us i just want a lesson about the GRE test

habib

Dear Rebecca!

Thanks a lot for your lessons! The way you talk to us is very understandable. You are such a lovely person in all things. I am glad that i have a teacher like you.

Elena

saturnia

hi my name is khulan. i am new student.
iam from in Mongolia.i want learning english but i can`t. help me please

khulan

wow mam ur explanation is amazing i really thankful to u & myself also cuz once i ws feeling bore i type business conversation & inside saw ur video nw i’m happy alott cuz daily i’m taking 1hour lesson frm u all. thanks alottt:)

alibeya

Thanks so much

Thanh Hương

Thanks Rebeca! Your class was very useful.

santostri

Thank you Rebecca for the lesson. your teaching style is very good and easily understandable. I have confusion about the use of the world apparent. could you please help me on this.

Bikash

i saw your lessons on online it was realy best I learn so much it is realy a great job you people doing

mohammad akbar from gwadur

Awesome.

Thank you .

aldreamer

HI Rebecca,
Can you please update your countable and non-countable page to include words with suffix MENT, TION? Nation(s?), government,(s?), Compliment(s?), endorsement(s?), condition(s?)…..etc THANK YOU!

Lynn2011

thank u very much

rhour

hi rebecca. can i ask u a question?? what’s difference between unemployable and jobless

nhimhakuna

    Unemployable means that you maybe don’t have qualification for some job, and jobless is your current status, I think this is the basic difference :)

    Mark

      Thanks, again, Mark. You are right!

      Rebecca

      thank my teacher!

      thanhbang

thank u so much :x

nhimhakuna

Thank you do much. I would like to practice my eng.

kanokmai

very important class. I didn’t know that

efrain

your website Rebecca is head and shoulders above the others and your colleagues are very nice too, way to go guys(honestly i used a dictionary to write)

hercules300

thanks rebecca

bandr

Dear Madam

my name is shamim alam.from nigeria but i am bangladeshi.i am doing a job in here.i dont know good english.could you healp me please.how i can learn english.& how i can learn grammar…please reply my….Thank you madam

shamim123

    hi,Shamim. first of all listen to the radio and watch T.V a lot.if you are single try to find a girlfriend or boy friend who can speak English originally. and if you are married find an English family.I think you are Moslem.OK. believe!that God doesn’t leave you all alone and he shows you the best way to learn it.So don’t worry.I’m sure you can do this.truly…..mosaeedi USA

    mosaeedi

thanks a lot

varinder

Excelent, Rebecca! I love your lessons!

henryisaac

Lovely !!! Excellent explanation and very helpful and friendly teacher :-)

Kate

please tell me how do we pronounce this word dessert – ‘de-zert’ or ‘du-zert’???????

manjari

    idiot Rebeca told us on her lesson¡

    engstudent

Thanks a lot, Rebecca.
This class of differences between Desert & Dessert was really understandable and I did enjoy it as per your excellent way of teaching….Thanks again.

Jesus Enrique Camaran

thanks rebeca,i love this lesson.

kumara

ah… there is no quiz. thanks anyway. :)

guimeyan

Hello madam
thank you so much for the explanation, but I would like to ask you a question about the menu at restaurant, they put “cheese” under the column of dessert, so why? personaly I don’t consider “cheese” as a dessert, thanks for the reply.

heretolearn

    you shouldnt to say madam to rebeca on her country it doesnt use

    engstudent

thanks for this lesson teacher

ahiazaa

thank u very muach Rebecca you are definitely great teacher, u know this word is really confusing u beacuse it’s very close to each other, but any way i learn it thank u again.

muhammed

thanks kha , I understand !

chalisachu

I don´t see the quiz!!!!!!!!!!!1

lerz80

Thank you Rebecca. These two words are really confused me for a long time. Thanks your explanation.

Van CHU

It’s very useful.thanks for your explanation rebecca.

manjula

English is very difficult but I don’t give up

Vanhdee

Thank you

Hnan

I got a lot Thank you very much.I want to know that is their any way to develop my spoken English by using online conversation or any software —replaying to me.

hamlet

very good, i had a lot of confuse beteewn disert and dissert,,,,,,,LORD Please bless our teachers they great

Deomande

is not have a quiz what is that the teacher said you take a quiz is not have

other

thank you very much for your clear explanation. thanks again

Nisha

Hello, Ms. Rebecca,
First of all i would like to thank you a lot for your efforts.
I am eager to speak english like you or at least close to your accent, i dont how but trying a lot can you advise me how can i get the noth american accent.
I am rager to change my accent but I dont know how.

Appreciate your soonest reply to email, I am very serious.

my email id. dali_ali75@yahoo.com

daliali

thank you Rebecca its extremely useful

Hisham

very nice, appreciated job.

Sofaj Narow

Wow! what a splendid way to teach.

Irfan

Hello everyone who is working for this site.this is wonderful job doing by your team and its very appreciable. I would like to say Hercules Thankx to you

Nandkishor

thanks a lot!!
so usefull…..

elena

Hi Teacher i am new student, i am from pakistan. your way of teaching is so good and your web really facilitate us to learn more and improve our english grammer. so many thanks for this great working.

Ali.

thanks for this lesson

baruch chauskin

am new student i like engllish please how is learn english

ifrah ali farah

hi teacher the lesson is very good

saddaf

That was a awesome lesson! My vocabulary is not very good so please make more tutorials to widen my mind of vocabulary. I am primary 5 in Singapore.

maayechanmaw211101

Hi Rebecca ,
I’m Abdul Hameed from Iraq . I’m a teacher of English and I always watch your videos lesson which admired me very much. I’d like to appreciate your efforts in sereying such topics in an easy way especially in those lessons on confused words . Thanks again and again . I hope you’ll give lessons for advanced learners .For example topics on listening comprehensions or writing essays using your easy and enjoying method .

Abdul Hameed Mustafa

awesome. you all are the best.

jaime

thanks,now it is clear.

gaber6767

i am very glad to learn with you tanks so dear TEACHER

hello

Thank you So much

Leyla

Many many thanks ma’am!!!

josephabaloyan

thank you for the teacher

jhing

good

Abdul Qayum

where’s the quiz?

justandrea

Thanks REBECCA!! You are the best!

pquinter48

dear rebeca very interest lesson. thank very much

isabelfrancisco123

Thank you Rebecca , but where is the quiz.

hassan

I always do this mistake, hopefully I will not be doing that mistake anymore :)

ash678

Rebecca thanks for your lesson. I always got confused with these words. Now, after your exelent explanation they will be a lot more clear.

Edna

Thank you for this excellent lesson. Many thanks for dessert as well.

Omar

I want to learn English fast. How can I do it.. Tell me what I have to do and thank you for teachnig rebecca (:

Omar

thank you teacher you are the best

jefferson garcia

Very very helpful lessons, i leardned something i didn’t know, thnak you so much

argenis

Good!!! Thanks so much Rebecca!

koilatino

we need quiz each lesson

sele mel

In the past I was very confused about that. but now I understand. Thank you very much.

wakeelahmedchanna23

COOL, Thanks : )

anzwa

Hi Rebecca,

thank you so much for the invitation to dessert :) (would you like a dessert?) I am fighting to lose weight, but I can’t refuse your invitation. You are not only a good teacher, but very positive person. It’s my pleasure. (Sorry for my bad English)

artur72

really i had confused these words. now cleared my confuse. thank you very much…

santhu9243

These words made me confused. For a long time, I was egrigious cause I didn’t learn the diference between very dry region like sahara or gobe and sweet food. Thanks for Rebecca (the same my daughter’s name) and ENgvid (free).
Here you can learn hurry.
sorry for my wrongs

gtgtgt

ohh I wanted do the quiz

AndersonBanquet

A world of thanks!

Iamhere.

It is mean i would like desert from desert and when i come home i will eat dessert, but after propably my teets will desert from my mounts :D
Right?

andivo

Thankyou very much Rebecca.

Nadir

Bingo!again I got 8 correct out of 8. without watching the VIDEO. Actually, I thought I would have one mistake” with pronouncing ” desert” dezert or dizzert

Thanks Rebecca.

Amer_70

Dear Rebecca,
It is fantastic to walk in the desert sand.
It is very pleasant to taste the regional desserts.
Best regards.

Peter

Dear Rebecca,
Thank you for your lessons. They are always interesting and comprehensible. I watch them every day and note all the information. Would you be so kind to give me a clue? Speaking about menu from the restaurant how it is better to say (I mean stylistically) “good endings” or “good ending” if we talk about the heading of the desserts. Where can I find such an information?
In any case thank you very much.
Best regards.
Anna

zhunya

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

chakim hamzah

excellent explanation
thank you so much!

Vivimi

in spite of I know the meaning of the two words, I preferred to watch this lesson to know the pronunciation,
then you give me a tip, you taught me that I can use “desert” as a verb, and that’s something new for me.
thanks, Rebecca.

Samah At

88 You got 7 correct out of 8.

thanks

M kartal

Thanks!

shihai182

I got 8 correct out of 8, thank you Rebbeca!

Jun Shao

Thanks Ms. Rebecca!

Alex-1956

Thanks for the lesson. It’s great!

Annie Fernando
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