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235 COMMENTS

Thx Rebecca

Aminos2014

    Thanks a lot TOO for this video lesson Rebecca.

    Regino

      Rebecca, to tell the truth I have been using these intensifiers for some time now, but without thinking much about the idea of “managable/unmanagable”.

      The contrast you made did really help us to understand much better their use and meaning.

      Rebecca, during your explanation you constantly used the word “SO”, what’s the relationship between these three words: SO, VERY, and TOO?

      Thanks for evething Rebeca.

      Regino

        its like a synonym.i live in Virginia and i hear this Word alot

        cupil27

        So and very are used in almost the same way with positive or negative adjectives. For example,
        The weather is so beautiful today. (positive)
        The weather was so terrible yesterday. (negative)
        Our hotel room was very fancy. (positive)
        Our hotel room was very dirty.(negative)

        Too is used with negative adjectives only. For example,

        The exam was too difficult. Many students failed. (negative)

        Hope this helps, Regino. All the best to you!

        Rebecca

          That is what I was about to ask..Thanks for asking Regino
          But my question is if TOO is used with negative adjectives only then why people say thay she is too cute or she is too good etc?

          Kom.qas

          When “too” is used with positive adjectives, it’s like a deliberate exaggeration. “Your baby is too cute!” is like “Your baby is the cutest!”

          engVid Moderator

          I had problem with too and very , really thank you

          HAY SEMSEM

      that didnt sounded right

      cupil27

IT’s Too Nice L.O.L thank teacher

dothanhdat07

Great! as usual

Carlos Martinho

thank You

Olivier777

9/10 correct,today i’m more understand the deffirence between very and too.thank Rabecca ..too much,oh sorry very much ^^

thaiduong

    I’m glad to hear the lesson helped you. Keep watching and you’ll improve one step at a time. All the best!

    Rebecca

Thank you very much, Rebecca.

It’s very useful.

Eddie Tseng

I see…”very” is manageable and “too” is not manageable. Your explanation was very easy to understand. Thank you very much, Rebecca :D

Happy04

Thank you so much

Mafzalhabibsafi

thank you!

bui phuong anh

Thank you so much !
Yes, they are really very (not manageable) different actually !!

dipusiddiq

thank you :) İt’s very interesting and easy explanation

Odri.M

Thank you Rebecca, I got 90%.

Abdul Qayum

Great lesson thank you teacher.

pafsilipoclub

I got 100% :D

rajeev.123nyayapati

Good morning many thanks

khalidse10

very fun!

ayintap

is too and so similar?

Rasho

Thanks a lot!

chorny.n@gmail.com

Thank you, Rebecca!

ksy-nnn

Thanks a lot!

imank

Thank you very much. It is very helpfull

Jelenasu

It was a very good lesson for me! Thank you very much ))

plastikman

Hi,dear Ms.rebicca, many thanks for you.

eng. rawa

Thank you, Rebecca! I got it. :)

Anri-Anri

Great lesson! Thanks a lot, Rebecca!

NinnyP

It’s very easy and useful). Thanks so much.

Carlson

sweet

oemaa

Thank’s Rebecca !
Which word they’re used more often in spoken english : very or really ? i.g “The history test was very or really hard” ? ; “It’s very or really good book” etc.

kroy

    “Very” is a proper,formal word. “Really” is much more informal. That’s the main difference. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

thank you Rebecca i love u!

putriafebriana@gmail.com

    And I love what you wrote about yourself in the “about me” section. How wonderful to simply describe yourself with the words “I am happy.” I wish you many more reasons to be joyful in your life! All the best!

    Rebecca

Nice lesson, thanks Rebecca

Arshad.M

The lessons of EngVid are very good. I am getting old, but not too old to learn. Thank you very much.

tc7787

    Learning a language or anything new is actually a great way to exercise our memory. I admire the fact that you want to learn English and I think that desire and habit will keep you healthier in body,mind and spirit. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

      What a good advice!
      Thanks, Rebecca for motivating us with an inspiring pep-talk.
      Thank you for everything, teacher.
      God bless you!

      Chloe.Lee

Thanks Rebecca!

very useful lesson!

JESUS loves you!

tiagoamericoo

YES!

I’ve gotten 100% on the quiz!

:)

tiagoamericoo

Useful lesson! Thank You!

Yvetterb

your lesson very helpful

Bomzbomz

thank you very much,Rebecca
I also want to know how to use the word”yet”correctly

sukiwen

    Thanks for watching and also for your suggestion. All the best to you.

    Rebecca

Eureka, thank you!

Joseph013

Thanks this video was very illustrative

randall221174

I think quiz 2 is quite smiliar

giligulu

Thanks Rebecca it was very useful. I got 8 correct answers.

gvardiola

Thanks Mrs Rebecca.

byte

Thanks. Good job.

vicent01

Thank you a lot , it is nice and useful lesson
although I have got only 60%

hassouna

i revised the learning of the lesson so i got 100%
Many thanks teatcher

hassouna

7/10. Very good !!!!!

fabio.moutinho

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

Adrienne Mae

A very useful lesson. By the way, I got 9 correct out of 10.

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thenkiu

roger@2003

Hello, the test is qualifying?
someone can tell me as additional photo, thanks

ANGELIK BOTERO

Thanks a lot Rebecca !!!!!

Cl4ud14

10 good answers out of 10. Thank you so much Rebbeca

koubalondon

i want to improve my el so i want to make firend with everone…pl contact with me,my sky :duongvicmac or face thaiduong12a72gmail.com

thaiduong

Thank you Rebecca. 9/10 correct. But I don’t understand question about home. I thought that house is too expensive to life.

eurokolchoznik

10/10, I´m very satisfied with the result, learn English isn’t too difficult, with your help thank you, teacher Rebbeca

Jorge Pedroso

    Awww, thanks Jorge. You are very kind. I am glad to know the lessons help you. All the best!

    Rebecca

thanks, Rebbeca. it’s my first time to visit your web, and i will try to visit your web every day…

amyhyz

10/10.
Easy to learn….
:)

Sharmilan

Thanks Rebecca! I liked this lesson.

betomendesreis

i got 80 % thanks you

kholida

Thank you Rebecca. It is very simple and very useful lesson and after this lesson is too difficult to say something like “I do not understood”.

z.mikashavidze

    Wow, what a nice compliment. Thank you very much. Keep up your positive attitude and I am sure you will go far in life. All the best!

    Rebecca

Thank you Rebecca for this interesting lesson.

Miramis

Thank you. ..Its so easy now..

madalinnedudi

    So happy to hear that! Glad you enjoyed the lesson. All the best.

    Rebecca

thanks & appreciate

Ali Saleh Abu-luhuom

thank you for share ^__^

to te mo

Thanks) Unfortunately, I got 8 out of 10, it is the worst result I’ve ever had)

kskotenko

    That’s still really good!

    engVid

Thank you! 9/10. Comeeeeeeee on!!!!!

CARMENLOPEZBLE

thank you!

marina.kobzar

Good lesson, thanks very much, Rebecca.

adalberto75

“Very” helpful… not “too” complicated… Thank you!

Tommaso

    Cool and correct use of the words. Good job! My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

Thank you very much ,Rebecca.

Mimdektep

Thank you very much rebecca … 9/10

Ibrahim Saad

Ur too teaching is too good :)

sumanthapa

Very helpful lesson!! Thanks Rebecca.

brazilianboy33

Thank you!

Islambek

Tks! :)

ValBarbosa

Tks!It’s good to understand better.

ValBarbosa

I am so grateful )))E-X-C-E-L-L-E-N-T !

Liliya Lebedeva

Thank you Rebecca.Please explain what are verbals? Make some lessons.

papyan

Thanks a lot in advance.

papyan

thank u very much…

khine min

Thank you rebecca

aileenclia

Thank you. I made mistakes but I think I understood the lesson.

Rozenn

good job , thank you a lot

Elkhou Saleck

sorry what about very much??

ENG JOHN

it’s easy peasy explationation to be understant thanks Rebbeca

FsBhatti

very easy to understand

Txoov

thank you ma’am. i got all of them correct.

abhishek1995

    Congrats! Good for you. All the best!

    Rebecca

Excellent lesson, I’ve never thought about this, but it’s absolutely necessary to know.

franobre

    Thanks! Yes, each little point that you master helps you understand and use the language more correctly and confidently. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

excellent, go ahead

hallls26

10/10
:))))))

salentoregione

thanks Rebecca.. 10/10 :D

malique

    Good going! All the best.

    Rebecca

Very useful lesson .

tutte

Hi Rebecca as ever you explain it very clearly for us to understand.
would it be possible by the way to post a lesson about the meaning of the verb run in a different context?
Thank you so much Rebecca

carlos43

Hi Rebeca!

IN 2009 you replay a comment for someone, and you wrote : (Since “to know” is a stative verb)
I can’t fine means of this world :STATIVE=…
Pease can tell me about it ??
Thank you

Behr

    Please watch Ronnie’s video on stative verbs:

    https://www.engvid.com/english-grammar-stative-verbs/

    I am sure it will help you. Stative comes from the word state or condition. In English grammar, it describes a large group of verbs which express states versus physical actions. Watch the lesson and I am sure you will understand. All the best to you.

    Rebecca

    Hi, Behr. Can I ask you a question – If you live in Netherlands why it’s needed to learn English to you? And if you want to emigrate to another country, what you didn’t like in this one?

    Khanaphi

      Hi, Khanaphi,
      first one I hava to say: I think english is first language in the world , and I have to learn it for everythings.
      Paruski: vtarooi, ya magoo gavarioo paroski, no ni ocin, yesli ya ycho Engliski eta niznachit ya xacoo oido v drogoi strana,
      – maybe we can keep contact to gether for learn english, it’s up to you,
      Thank you so much for message. and success to learn english

      Behr

        Hi. Yeah. It’s a very good idea. I wish you the same

        Khanaphi

        Good, but why you didnt wrote by azbuka? In fact i can understand exactly what you mean, but is very strange to read russian in this chars :-)

        andivo

Good lesson.
Thanks Rebeca.

Toto

That lesson was pretty good!

moa

Thanks!!!

Poya

10/10~ thank you Rebecca ^O^

tattoochilli

Thanks

hareesh

Hey, thank you for the video. Why don’t you guys make a video about “People,Peoples vs Person, Persons”. Thanx a lot in advance.

RoSena

    Thanks for your compliment and your suggestion. All the best!

    Rebecca

it is very clair Thank you

yusuf2020

Great! I like it. Thanks you so much.

nguyenvanphat

Thanks for the awesome explanation rebbeca :)
could i ask you a question? what’s the difference between uses and usage? thanks in advance :)

oleensra

thank you mss Rebecca for helping as

cusmaanow

well done , thanks

kanz

THANK YOU, MAM

NISARGMODI1992

Hi Rebeca.
I hope you are happy.
Can you help me? please.
I got 70%.
I have doubts.
Why is too hot (example of the soup)
Why is too big (example of the shoes)
Why is too old (example you are never too old to learn english)
Your help will be appreciated.
Regards.

jserranoarmenta

    The soup is too hot because you will have a negative result if you have it – you will burn your lips. The shoes are too big, and so you ask for smaller ones.
    In such examples, you could say something is very hot or very big but the point is that when something is too hot or too big, you change your course of action accordingly.Watching the lesson again may help you understand better. My best to you.

    Rebecca

      Rebecca can you tell me where is the use that word

      Adil090

I Can understand clearly.

gurum

Hi, Rebeca, thanks for your lesson. I make sure how to use the words now, and I got 100.

noneego

Hi, Rebeca, thanks for your lesson. I make sure how to use the words now, and I got 100.

noneego

I just watched your videos on youtube and I love them, your lessons are too good I love your speaking and teaching style..I wish I can take your classes live. Stay blessed :)

Kom.qas

    Thank you for your kind feedback. I’m glad to know the lessons have helped you. That makes me very happy too. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

Awesome lesson
Really thanks

Samuel nicolo

Thank you very much

Mernis1587

Thank you so much,Rebecca! Really help me a lot,,, God bless and more power!

Ayumu

hi
may u tell me the difference between ( neat ) and ( tidy )

hossam112

    Both words have the same basic meaning. All the best. Sometimes we use both together just for emphasis, as in:

    Her room is so neat and tidy.

    All the best to you.

    Rebecca

Rebecca, maybe you are very tired reading and answering all these comment. :)
I just want to tell that your teaching is so clear and helpful. I love your videos.
Thank you so much!

Mhs

    Thank you kindly. You express yourself very well in English. I wish you all the best.

    Rebecca

Thank you Rebecca. Your lessons are very interesting.

51john23

I scored 10. Thanks a lot, it’s a perfect lesson to learn English.

Xahid

Thank you very much!!!

msans25

Very well designed quiz..

nikhilkuyya

Thank you, Rebecca! There is very useful lesson.
Also I have a question. In sentence “When I have chance to play football I always do (it)” I can’t understand why there is no need to use “it”. What is the rule? Thank you! Can you make lesson for it! Thank you!

ValeraKundas

I’ve got 10 to 10, thank you very much Rebbeca.

Granit

I had thought this lesson would be very easy… but I made many mistakes at the quiz… I’ll watch once more tomorrow and do the quiz again…

Are there more lessons at EngVid about these differents words? I’d like to try others lessons…

Carol3139

    I did the quiz again and I was better… =) But I still wanna more lessons about it, please…

    Carol3139

Thank you :)

Ryan Ko

Thank you very much for eloquently sharing your knowledge.It’s really too helpful…Thank u very much again..

rj.das4

Thanks Rebecca….Today’s lecture was an eye opener for me .. Got 8 out of 9

Jai143

    Nice use of the expression “eye-opener”! Thanks and all the best.

    Rebecca

thanks so much , u are the best teacher :)

mido1991

thanks.

Iamhere.

Quiz no.2 was too confusing,I couldn’t get it well.

Taiba Na

Thank you very much! I am new in engvid but It is making a big diference in my studies! Great teachers

Daniel Ferr

thank you

Amaltaha

Thank you very much.

thansan

I’m not good student. 50 % that’s not good the same when i was in the school

Luna's

    I think you are a good student because I always see the glass as half full and am sure you are only going to get better every day if you keep on learning.
    The only time we don’t improve is when we give up! All the best to you, my friend.

    Rebecca

thank you mam……

jeevan81

I’m an English teacher.
I think that your lessons are very helpful.
Right now, one of my students is writing this comment.
I got 11 years old and I got 10/10.
Thank you very much, good luck with your lessons.

Josep Ferrer

    It is always a pleasure to hear from a fellow teacher. Thank you very much for your kind comments and for sharing the lessons with your students. My best wishes to you and your students and please let me know if your students have any special questions. Take care!

    Rebecca

Dear Teacher,
I am very eager to learn English grammar. But this lessons are too easy to learn English grammar by our Ms. Rebecca, Teacher.

Thanks

Khalid.mba36

    We have hundreds of lessons at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. Please check the section that’s right for you to find the best video lessons for you. My best to you.

    Rebecca

You are the best teaching something. You let us learn english easily. Thank you for learning. Thank you so much

Manolya

hi rebecca! I learned a lot today. It helped me since I’m working on a call center and talking to americans. but im confused with question no.8? I hope you dont mind explaining it to me. my answer was ‘too high’ and it was wrong

stephanieagilada

It is very good then I find this lessons. Before I did too much mistakes. :-)

andivo

hi ma dear teacher rabecca.,, this lesson helped me alot… i never expect the word “very” & “too” hv this much difference.i watched your videos two times first i listen after i note it down in my engvid note book.very easy to follow your teaching than other teachers.madam ilike you toooooooooooo much.

kumud

    Glad to know you now understand the major difference between these two commonly confused words. All the best with your English!

    Rebecca

Thank you very much!

Cindy Huang

Hi dear teacher Rebecca,
I need to know why I don’t have subtitles at the bottom of page when I download your videos on youtube !!
I appreciate you if you let me know what I should do in order to have subtitles!
Warm Regards

Vahid7

thank you it was very helpful lesson

shafiaa

thanks for your help,, didn’t understand those words..but now i understand

@diegozhunio1

Well, what’s different between “SO” and “TOO” or “VERY”?

evil666live

Thank you very much.

Nadir

thanks for the tips
10/10

jcheema01

Dear Rebecca,
Great thank, you reveal us this very subtle nuance of meaning between ”very and too”.
Best regards.

Peter

It is a very good lecture.

Asharaa

Thank you for the valuable help.
Greetings from Italy

Marco90

))))))) I also had the same mistake with soup, maybe because nowadays we don’t eat much soup:)
I believe that Rebecca lessons are essential in Learning English, why? because she’s giving you the basics of English, the Essence, Elixir, soul of the things.
Thanks Rebecca. and God bless you.
P.s.
The funniest thing for me, is that I am having problem with the easy- common things in English, not with the hard ones… I know tons of vocabularies, all I need to let them out. practicing, and May God forgive my brother Michael in Las Vegas, Because if i was there, my English would be much better…

Amer_70

Ahh…. so it’s like that. I get it right now.

Astiana

I like this site very much! I hope it will help me to improve my English!

NikaVero

Thanks teacher !

carlos 2138

Thanks a lot Teacher Rebecca !

Gabriel Michael

Thanks awfully! I’m afraid I had a lot of mistakes before I saw the lesson. now I know that there is a principled difference between these words.

Mariya-mirabella

Thank you,Rebeca! It was very good class!

GenVikHitr

rebcca i wanna improve my proununciaciation plz help

shokry

This is an excellent lesson.Thanks a lot.

Anuru2015

Thanks, Rebecca. The lesson is very useful.And the example you made is not too complicated to understand.

hoboss

Thanks for your teaching me.

thelinh

9/10

ann ann

it is very good to understand.

Teacher2

Teacher Rebecca you a life changer.The lecture was very sweet,i would like to take more.Thank you.

alimumin

once I heard , that to be more natural in English, don’t use very. how true is that?
any related videos on this topics: if you are a thirsty, you can have some juice
if the phone rings, can you answer it please?

Amer_70

Thank you so much Rebeca :)

Charito007

thank you

Dj vicky

thank u Rebecca ! 10/10 :D

lilomon

Thank you,!!!

stghidoni

Thank you☺️

Narjis83

thanks rebecca..can i request for a video on ‘really vs very’..thank you

norizan

Great lesson Rebecca. You are an excellent teacher . And i got 8 ☺

Annie

Thanks Rebecca, I got confuse :( I will make it next time :)

Maryj2016

A lot of students here that’s very good

karik44

Thank you, Rebecca! It’s easy and pleasantly to learn English with you!

Catiren

Very clear explanation :)
Thanks, Rebecca!

rush2

Thank you Revecca.

mijalva67

This very good lesson. I had understood all.

ViktorLLL

Hi!

If the answer is “too high”, shouldn’t the modal be “MUST” instead being SHOULD?? Thank you!

8. Real estate prices are ____________. You should put your house up for sale now.
very high
too high

Claudia Ntt

Rebecca can you tell me where is the use that word

Adil090

You got 9 correct out of 10.

thank you..

M kartal

Thank you for interesting quiz!!! )) I passed on 80 score.

GiantCherry

Hi Rebecca!

Very clear and helpful lessen! Thank you!

I should be grateful if you can answer the following question.
You have used “confusing words” and “confused words”.
For example: “So I hope this lesson helped you to understand the difference between these two very commonly confused words.”

I thought that if somebody is “confused” it means somebody confused by something.
And something “confusing” means something confusing confused somebody.

What’s the difference between “confusing words” and “confused words”?
I was sure that “confused words” is incorrect.

dimonz

10/10 Thanks, Rebecca!

kpashkin

This is my 1st comment and thank you ver much REbeca teacher :) quiz: 9/10

Onur TURHAN

thank you

anhvnsg

thank u

amrouche sid ahmed

I got 9 out of 10. 5 question is my mistake. Thank you!

Chan M.

Hey Rebeca. You are an amazing teacher. Your lessons are really helpful. I scored 9/10. Got question no. 5 wrong. I didn’t understand the error.

KSMEL

Thank you Ms. Rebecca.

Alex-1956

Thanks for the lesson. I need to study a little more.

Miria Amaral Meirelles

Thank you Rebecca……It’s very helpful for me.

mnareshbabu

Thank’s Rebecca. I did it again, past 10\10. You are The best. You keep The boys right direction and you do It easy way.

Mr. 5150

9/10, thanks a lot!

Alenasimple

Thank you I need more practice b/c my result 60%. Teache how can I approved it?.

Abduke

Thank you Rebbeca, I really enjoy your lessons.

Abdullah Katinah
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