downin them. You’ll learn
shout down, and many more. Most importantly, I always want you to learn the hidden meanings of words so that you can understand them when you hear them out of context, in a way you haven’t seen them before. I’ll go over examples for how these phrasal verbs are used in conversation and we’ll practice using them together on the whiteboard.
I got 10/10. This is a very easy lesson, yet very helpful. Thank you!
thank you teacher James
Very useful lesson.Thanks James for making it interesting for us.
Thanks James ;)
you are great and it was another great lesson.
I’m really grateful to you for all of your efforts.
thank you James…
I have a request from you
if it’s possible for you, please make a lesson about all kinds of using (NEVER) in English sentences.
I know that is an important problem for English learners.
thank you teacher …
I’m glad too see an Iranian here I’m Montana
I’m Mojtaba not montana my tablet when I was writing chanced my name .sorry bye
I’m glad to see you too dear Mojtaba
now ,the world is really a small town
Great teacher as ever!!! Thanks a lot!
Your teaching method is very effective!
Thanks James! It was helpful.
prices came down is a decrease
Very useful .thanks ??
phrase verbes are very often to see in english, so, most of the time we are confused for the usage of phrase verbes, this lesson is useful to grasp the usage and differentiate the meaning of the phrase verbes
then, we can create our phrasal verb. For example, for instance; i have stopped smoking down three years ago . Or; how did fishing go? – terrible, i fished down. Maybe,,, i just tried…
or i fished down early…. english is really intresting language.. :)
I really doubt that these sentensies are correct though)) But I am not an expert)
Nah, you’re making known that you stopped smoking with “stopped” I don’t think that “down” is necessary, but I don’t know, I’m still learning
OK James, I understood the subtleties of the lesson.Thank you.
Hi James sir. Thank you for this wonderful lesson. Now I have known how to make many sentences by the word “down”. Now I am able to improve my vocabulary. Thank you once again.
Thanks a lot, James! I like the way you are teaching. These colorful examples really help me to learn something new!
Thank you very much for this excellent lesson. Your method to teach phrasal verbs is rather didactic and effective, because it makes sense in our foreign minds. Please don’t slow down producing videos!
See you in the next lesson!
Thank you for the lesson!!!
Bravo James. This is the best way to teach phrasal verbs. You’re on the right track. Keeping doing the great job. I’m waiting for more…
Hi James! It was reaally interesting, thanks!!
The best teacher ever
thank you for the lesson you’re great teacher.
thakyou mr james very helpful 10/10 100percent
thanks you for this lesson!!! 10/10☺
Hey, Laura! I like your smile! How long have you been studying English?
it is very helpful…
i’m thanking you for this lesson…then i like the way you teach…
it was really clear !! thanks
finally found this site! I love answering these questions..
Thanks James, this lesso was perfect…
Interesting lesson. Go ahead James. I like your style of teaching.
Very useful lesson and very good teaching method
Thank you for this exciting lesson)
I agree the same :)
I got 9/10, I’m happy that I could hear you and understand every word you said without subtitle hahaha can you keep making videos about Phrasal Verbs?
Thank you James
hi mr james
Great lesson, thanks, James.
Thank you, teacther.
Please, keep talking about phrasal verbs!
They have been tough for me, until now ;)
thx for the video dude
Thank you James, you’re a great teacher.
Please say hi to Mr. E from me, Mr. E you’re cute as always.
thank you mr
u r the best teacher i see ty kindly
Super, super lesson. Thanks a lot, James
You are awesome james. I have got 10/10 .feeling glad☺
Thanks James ;)
Thanks for this lesson. Thats so good feeling too get 100.
Thanks, James. It is really a nice lesson. I like your way to visualize an English word in order to figure out the definition of the word. I speak English as a compound bilingual, so I make use of the visualized information in my mind every time I listen, speak or read in English. I hope you make another video which help us visualize the other prepositions such as up, in , on ,and e.t.c. Thanks in advance.
Thanks James for do it easy for us. Very useful lesson.
James is a wonderful teacher.He made things so easy.Thanh you.
Hey James, I’ve learnt them all before, but it’s worth ever to keep in mind. Thanks!
2/20 :( thank’s teacher james i shal try again to undestand that lesson he is very nice lesson
10/10 THANK’S!! I really undestand!
i got a perfect score. yipeee! I hope after finishing all the lessons here, i am confident enough to speak and write in english. thank you james, you are a great teacher, i didn’t feel bore while listening to you.
Hi, I have a question please
Thank you James! Nice tips
thank y sooooooooooooooooooooo much
It was really useful for me, thank you very much for making it easier.
I’ve got 10 out of 10….
thank you so much teacher James, for this useful lesson. :)
it helps me to understand. Thank you James
That is a cool lesson! Thank you James!
Thank you, James!
Excelent james, the world is clear now jajaja. Finally understand it.
Thanks. I like the way you teach English. Using graphs as mind map can help me to remember it.
Respectable teacher JAMES , where is the subtitle of the video, i wonder why? in this way non-subtitle we don’t the viideo :(. Yours respectfully my veteran teacher ..
Excellent definition of what mean “Down”.
I got 10/10 .Thanks James for useful lesson.
thanx James for this new lesson!
I got 9 correct out of 10 – thank you
i reaaly like this video whıch is very helppful for teaching phrasal verbs! Thank you
This lesson about down is on the up and up, James. Thanks!
A day in the past I visited the Eaton Centre in Toronto. I remember how gigantic and striking is this shopping center and how wonderful is this city too.
Ciao (Italian), Chao (Spanish) or tchau (Brazilian Portuguese).
I made a survey on “ciao” in some languages. :)
You are the BEST! Thank you.
i got 10/10. So happy. Thank you, James :)
got 9 correct out of 10. followed this excellent man at weibo. thank you!
Morning Mr. James.
I looked for your email but I could not find it so I guess I will write down my message here.
I was wondering if you can make a lesson about phrases that used in movies industry or TV shows like:script by and others examples.
Thank you for all great lessons.
I’ve got 10-10. Easy lesson then easy to understand it. Thanks teacher ;)
Really enjoying your lesson and the way you teach, making learning English interesting
Thanks J. good lesson
Thanks James for this very useful. instructive and reassuring test
Thank you, teacher! 10/10 :)
“to come down or go down the prices” is my doubt, but I believe it’s possible to understand the meaning and it doesn’t confuse with the use of “turn down”. Very interesting exposition, good job teacher James, but could you spell your surname, please? I have doubt how I could write it. Thanks a lot and best regards.
very good…thank you
your lesson is so useful and good. i love it.I want to ask you that can we make friend with another
I think that i understood a little the lesson but it was good lesson. thank you mr. James
this really useful
Hi, thanks for this – pretty useful, I’ll use it with my students.
Other (totally irrelevant) comment : I guessed you were left-handed by looking at your diagram on “decrease” that goes from right to left ;)
I got 9/10.Thank you James!!
HLO JAMES SIR
ITS VERY INTERESTING LESSON
MAY I JOINE U ON FACEBOOK ,
Thanks! Hi everyone!
hi man thanks
you are a very good educator. i would like to be as talkative as you. i like your ways and methods. Really awesome.
i wonder if there are ways and methods that our mind flows and don’t block while keeping a talk. i liked so much that video about filling the gap with random words, also writing a poem. I think that was one of the good ones for tearing down boundaries on mind
Thanks for the lesson!
I finally made it without subtitles. I had ten put of ten
Thank you James, I like your lessons
What does the phrase “write down” mean?
thank you james, you lessons are awesome i like them
Thanks , you are a very good teacher but also funny .
i got 9/10
Thank thee Mr. James
I got 9/10. You can’t close down heat)
I got 10/10!!
I like your teaching style. Thank you.
nice I got 100
I always enjoy watching your sessions, and learning about phrasal verb “Down” was no different. Thank you for such a wonderful session.
I got 10/10.I liked this lesson.As usual your explanation is perfect.
Thank you very much, you made it seem very easy.
Thanks Jame . Your lesson is great.
Nice and clear for me James. More phrasal verbs please!!!
Thank you,James.The explanation in this video is so clear.
Thank you about this wonderful explanation
got 9/10,thanks very much!
100 thanks James
good lesson … thank’s a lot James
i got 10/10,tnx a lot teach)
thx a lot James~
Thank You sir for your wonderful video. It helped me a lot and also i got 10/10 in the quiz.
Omg im such an idiot lol i got 9 out of 10
Thanks a bunch.
Thanks I got nine out of ten
Ohh this topic is one of the most important I think That if you use this expressions it means That your english is much better
I got 100% :)
Thanks a looooot James
thank you very much
Thanks James ;)you are wonderfuulll
very useful,i got 9 correct out of 10
and happy to be your studiant Mr”james”
Thanks James, your videos are amazing. I will have to close down my online time soon to do my tasks.
You got 9 correct out of 10.
We got a 100! Thank u James!
it was useful lessen, really I have had more clarifications about how to use phrasal verb…thanks a lot
Gosh, you are awesome!
8 out of 10 not bad :D,another useful lesson thanks mate.
70/100 even though it’s good because my skill’s improved
Thanks.. It is very interesting to listen..
I got 10/10. thanks.
James, you are the best from Envid. Thanks for all.
“Bruce didn’t like what the speaker was saying, so he started to _shut_ down the speaker. Wouldn’t be instead…”Bruce didn’t like what the speaker was saying, so he started SHOUTING DOWN”. Could someone correct me please? I’m very confuse about this. Thank you!
Folks, in the last question, the answer “turn down” also can be correct? Because the price is decreasing.
Hi James! I’m fond of your way of teaching! It really helps me to improve my English! Thank you so much and keep on doing it!
A big thanks to James. you demonstrate the right path to expand phrasal verb stock in the easiest way. i will be able to cram down any phrasal verb from now on.
100/100 thanks James
Nice way to teach’ it’s really help
Thanks. It’s a great lesson!
Could you turn down the heat? It’s scorching here. Is it right?
THANK U SIR CARRY ON
my Turkish friends and world friends, hello to you all
James your way of presentation is exceptionally well specially when you present Phrasal words it’s goes directly into long term memory ☺️ Thank you James & Mr E too.
James, you are a great teacher! I lave your videos!!! Thanks ?
great lesson, great teacher
thank you a lot, Sir.
I have trying before the following and have getting threes question correct.
Thank you a bunch for your help in learning English 👍🏼