boring? In this video we’ll study the difference between
-ingadjectives and how to use them correctly. I hope I can get you excited about grammar, because it can be interesting when you understand it! This is a great lesson for beginners to learn. But advanced English learners should also make sure they don’t make this common mistake!
I got 10 from 10 thank a lot
Very nice Lesson! my result is 8/10
Thank you Teacher Adam. I have a question,I want to use these adjectives to make the sentences.
?I’m interested “to” learn English with vedios.
Why do you use “to” in the sentence?
I think you have to say:”I am interested in..”
Yes,I also want to know their differences.thanks!
*I am interested to V…
*I am interested in …
Hello Cindy , hello Adam and hello everyone ,
I am not an expert but I think you can use :
-Interested to do something
-Interested in something
Hope this help
See what Adam will say
You can use both (in and to), though in is more commonly used.
Interested to is used more to suggest “want to”, but it would not be used with action verbs but more with state verbs (know, want, find out, etc.) and sense verbs (hear, see, etc.).
I’m interested to know his reaction to the news story.– I am curious about/ want to know his reaction. (another point is that interested to comes before the actual occurrance (i.e., I don’t know yet).
I’m interested in knowing his reaction doesn’t work as well. Interested in is more of a hobby, like, etc. If you write “I’m interested in his reaction” means you want to study it more (also means you already know it).
Does this help?
Thank you for your reply Adam, the information that you gave is very useful!
Hi, thank you for the lesson
Your explanation cleared my confusion. Thank you a lot :D! Speaking of action verbs and state verbs, how to differentiate them? And how do they go with tenses, especially the perfect tense?
Thank you, teacher Adam.
Very good info. can you send me more examples of “ed”
& “ing” adjective ?
Here are soome:
amused, annoyed, confused, disappointed, excited, exhausted, frightened, satisfied, shocked
There are more though. you can do a Google search.
Hi. It’s a useful lesson. Thanks.
Hello my dear teacher,Adam! I must appreciate your help and efforts on Learning us English.
The lesson was very brief and practical.
thanks adam i like youre lessons
Wesh dir hna?
InterestING lesson Adam. Thanks a lot ;)
By the way, I would like to ask a question.
‘The survey is about the customer satisfaction on food and services’ is this sentence correct? After ‘satisfaction’ we should use what preposition? on? with? of?
The survey is about customer satisfaction with the food and services.
Satisfaction usually goes with with.
hello my dear teacher Adam ,
i want you teach about present perfect and past perfect.
i thank teacher
There are actually several videos on this topic on Engvid. Find the search box on this site and look for this topic there. Some of the other teachers have covered this very well ;)
Hi Adam, Got 10 on 10. I am pretty much confused about relative clause with preposition and conjunction combination. could you please make a video on that.
I’ll get on that, Jeevani.
Thanks for the Lesson
the lesson was intersting
First of all, many many thanks for all your efforts exerted to help out. But I have a quesion confusing me Why do say”Somebody help mey” not “Somebody helps me”?. Thanks
Tsamp gave a good answer. I’ll add a point:
If ‘somebody’ is the subject of the clause, then it should be followed by helps (I usually do my work better if somebody helps me do it.)
If ‘somebody’ is an interjection ( a call out), followed by an imperative clause, then help goes with the subject ‘you’: Somebody, help me.
Does this help?
Sorry me not mey. It was my fault.
Hello Ismael ,
For this complete sentence you have to say : Somebody helps me
Somebody is singular , the tense is simple present so the verb is at the the third person .
Now , take care if other words or punctuation are in the sentence which can change the meaning .
Thanks a lot Adam
9 from 10
Question No. 2 is a little bit tricky ;-)
But the lesson was as always very useful, thank you Adam!!!
Uhu@ I was excited with these exciting lesson!
I am completely satisfied by watching videos. It has been my pleasure to learn such valuable lessons from engvid. Keep teaching.
I got 8 from 10. it is not bad
This lesson is very interesting Thank u Adam <3
TY Adam very easy and useful to understand. I like your lessons!
I got 10 out of 10…..thnx for this interesting lesson.
Many thanks teacher, this lesson is very interesting….!!!
thanks for this interesting lesson. it caused me very happy
10 out of 10
Adam, sorry for being off-topic, but I wanted to ask you something: what do you think about sentence diagrams (as a learning tool)? Since you’re the EngVid teacher who most covers grammar, I’m curious about your opinion. I’ve just found out about that concept from native English speakers, and it blew my mind. Sentence diagramming seems rather complicated, so I’m not sure if learning it would be worth the trouble. Thanks!
Sentence diagrams can be very useful, but, as you mentioned, I find them to be too complicated for many students. Also, they take more time, so students lose patience. That said, if you find that they help you, by all means use them, especially for very complicated sentences that you can’t parse.
I see. Thanks for the reply!
I loved this lesson because it was a big doubt that I had, thanks for helping me to improve my English. Is there a lesson about the differences between “too, also and as well”? I’ll appreciate that
Try this one: https://www.engvid.com/either-neither-so-too/
Is this what you had in mind?
Hi There, 9 correct just last one wrong! thanks so much for this lesson.
i understand ur teaching because of ur teaching.plz give more examples
Good lesson…. im waitng for more intersting lesson like this one????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
Thank you Adam It was exciting
as always ;) 10 of 10
Thanks Adam ^^
You are my best teacher :)
Who wants to practice English here ? please Email me
intermediates and above plz <3
This lesson was very interesting. I was so excited when I finished the quiz because I got 100 .
Again I lost
Try again, Sinju. It’s all about the practice ;)
Thanks a lot, teacher Adam, very enjoyable lesson.
I got 9 from 10 maybe I need to watch this one more time
thank you teacher i am so excited in your explanation
thank you teacher iam so excited in yr explanation
Thank you Adam!)
adam is helping us! thank you very much
Very interesting lesson. I was always confused to choose between these tow adjektives.
Thank you Aadam
And besides I got 10 out of 10
Thank you so much Adam. It’s really interesting lesson.
Hi Adam. Your video lessons are very INTERESTING. I’m very INTERESTED in watching them. Thanks.
Hi everybody! It’s realy good to be here on EngVid whith you all.
Hey! i would just like to say thanks for teaching all this stuff. Grammar may seem boring at fisrt however, as more as learn it more you want to learn. from a changed student “by your lessons” to you. I got 10 out of 10.
Hi everybody! For the first time in my life, I’ve got 10/10 in this test!! Thanks Mr. Adam for your “interesting” lessons :)
I got perfect score!thank you Mr. Adam.
It was interesting lesson!
It is my first time to participate and i got 100 good
Thank you Adam, your lessons are very exciting! And you’re exciting too. I’m very excited by your lessons very much!
I’m excited by your lessons very much!
10/10 Thank you,man!
You are as usual on top. Tnx
Wow!I got it!Thank you professor Adam.
I’m so excited i scored 9/10
“new U.S. sanctions were a violation of its nuclear deal with world powers ” its a recent news , why “were” is used . Also, tell me where can i put up my questions on engvid .
Sanctions are plural, so need a plural verb. If you are asking why were and not are, I would need more context, but can only assume the sanctions occurred in the past.
Does this help? (by the way, you can ask here ;) )
ijust got 30 :(
think i should review the lesson one more time
You always choose a very different and excellent way to explain. I got a plant of benefit from your videos. By the way, i got 10 out of 10
? 100 ☺
Adam! Are you a wizard? I am going to pass my FCE next summer and you have publisheed this lesson! Thank you Adam!
Thank’s for this exciting lesson
It was interesting lesson! Thank you
im sorry i got 7 : 10
No need to apologize, Samerwahed. 7 is pretty good ;).
Just keep practicing.
Thank you very much, for this lesson , very important
Thank you very much, for this lesson , very important , i am from Morocco , and our. Spoken language is Arabic the second is french, but some times i am confused of lettres like ( e and i and ea )
It’s just a matter of time and practice. you’ll get it :)
thanks a lot, this lesson is very attractive and useful. I scored 10/10 point ;)))
Wow, thats great, I have got 8 points out of 10. Thank you so much…
Short and clear. Basic and useful. Thanks for this lesson Adam, this topis is so important for us, who wanna speak as a native english speakers!
Thankyou, your lesson is awesome
And I got 10 out of 10 in quiz
But i really don’t know what is adjective, verb
These are parts of speech. I’ll make a lesson about these, but you should look them up. You can also see my site:
nice. i got 10
Very helpful, thanks
I got 10/10 ?
very gooood teacher . thanks
10 out of 10 , awesome
Thank you, Adam!!
Thanks Adam it was very helpful and I get 10/10
i got 90%
This was first qoiz i got 8 from 10
very nice I got 8
I’m so glad I signed up for this. Thanks Adam I really learned a lot from you.
Welcome Quickimpulse ;)
Thank you my teacher
I got 90%. Thankyouu!❤
Hi, Adam I’m sorry if my comment is not about the lesson, but I’m affraid I tought a mistake to my students.I am not sure if be not or don’t be both are ok or when to use one or the other, could you please help me
none of them because we use (be) only in the infinitive form like .. will be or will not be. otherwise we use the present or past forms like isn’t, am not, are not, was not, were not.
hope to be helpful :)
You make a good point, but be careful about other forms, like the imperative (see the note I left to John). :)
To be honest, I would need more context, such as the sentences you used.
Regardless, the negative usually comes before the main verb (Don’t be afraid to make mistakes.)
However, in very formal (and old-fashioned) usage, you can say Be not afraid to make mistakes (I wouldn’t recommend teaching this to your students yet ;) )
Thank you, and that was just the topic, the imperative, then initially I tought them an error but after checking and researching I explained them that the only way to BE could admit the auxiliary DO was in the negative imperative.
I have a friend who needs an english teacher in Pereira… I just read that you are teacher so are you still there?
her email is email@example.com
I got 4 from 10 I think i need learning more lesson? But thank you so much!!
The lessons are very interesting.
I got 9 out 10.
I have one notice .
When you get quotes like that you can focus in the sentence if found any key words like ( was , were , ….) you can use any word ended in ed . I thanks this lesson near to past simple.
Other words ended in ing same to present continue.
Thanks ;;; Adam
I got 10, thank you, Sir. Adam
i got 9/10
it was interesting …. best teacher ever thanks
Moderator note: Please don’t just leave one-word comments! Take the opportunity to practice your English. Here’s a cat gif.
7/10 not bad
Thank you teacher!
I got 10 so I’m very excited.
Thank you teacher
what an INTERESTING topic im a bit confused in some parts of the video
I probably need a bit more practice
get 10/10 I ‘m so excited. Thanks a lot interesting lesson.
10 out of 10
I’ve got 10/10.Hurray!!!
Your lesson is so useful in tests.Thank you!
Thank you, teacher Adam.
I am interested to learn more
You got 10 correct out of 10.
Thanks Adam !
I’ve got a 10! Amazing! Thank’s!
10 out of 10, very useful
9/10 Thank you from İstanbul :)
Thank you teacher,
I’ve got 9/10
Hi Adam. Could you make a video about the parts of the car, streets, motorways, signs and all about that? thanks a lot
Working on it ;)
Whenever I see your lesson topic, I feel that I know this lesson preety much.
But when I open and watch and read ur lesson then I felt. This I very far from my mind….
Thanks sir for such type of lesson and other thing I got 90 out of 100.
Same here. EngVid really helps a lot. Salute.
thank you adam :)
Thanks a lot teacher Adam. Your lesson was very interesting (not interested).
I feel motivaded (not motivading) to learn more :)
thaks you man
Sir Adam, you are a great help to me.
EngVid thanks a lot.
Hi Adam, I did the exercise and I made only one mistake. Thank you so much!
Hi Adam You are a great teacher . thanks a lot
Hi Adam, You always deliver very interesting lessons that I never bored of them even a little. I wish you always be here for us. Thanks again.
It was very interesting grammar I got 9 from 10.
You’re a great teacher Adam!I understand only your pronunciation among the others) Therefore you shouldn’t stop the course) We need you much! Thanks a lot)))
Please could you explain used to and would you. I’m confused.
Gill made a very good lesson about used to:
Would you is the past form of will you, or used with other verbs (would you like, would you mind, etc.) to be more polite. I’ll make a lesson about these anyway ;)
So glad, I got everything. Thank you Jesus Christ!
Thank you Adam, it was not difficult, but the second question was confusing )) 9/10
Mr. Adam your lessons are very useful for me, thanks a lot for everything that you’re doing for us (the students).
Well done Adam! You have put some light on this point, thank you.
By the way, although I have been watching your lessons for a long time, I had never noticed that you pronounced the letter “g” at the end of the -ing words, like “feeling”. I thought we should omit it. However, I reckon it’s a matter of accent.
Nice video!! : )
Interesting point Eduardo. To be honest, when speaking with native speakers, i probably drop it. Here I enunciate more clearly, probably out of habit. :)
GREAT! Nice video =D
My first time and I got 9/10
thank you very much. It’s help me a lot
Thanks everyone. I’m glad this lesson was useful to so many of you. :)
It was interesting, thanks a lot.
Very clear lesson. It will help me.
Thank you Adam, you’re great.
i got 10 of 10
Dear Adam! Thank you very much for this very useful lesson! It was very intresting! ;) By the way I got 10 out of 10! :)
all your videos are very interesting and usefull,ADAM THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
Thank you for your teaching.
Thank you, it was a very interesting lesson ??
Thank you, i was very interested
very nice lesson
Hi Mr. Adam,
Did you ready to teach me english conversation and writing in private through Skype? if ok, how much the cost per Hour in USD
Hi Dr. Gamal,
I’m afraid I don’t offer Skype lessons, though you can watch my other YouTube channel that focuses on writing:
Thanks Adam. Your lessons really help me to improve my English a lot
Dear Adam , I was sure I understood your lesson until I stumbled upon other learning video . It contained a phrase – ” We’ve been worrying that you are going to fire us! “. Is it correct with perfect continuous ? I’m confused , explain to me , please !
It is, but not very common. Most people would say “We have been worried that…”
To worry is an action verb and can therefore be used as a continuous. This suggests that there has been an active expression of this emotion. But, it’s similar to the verb ‘think’. It can be a state verb or an active verb. A state verb is the condition, while an active verb is an action.
Does this help?
many thanks Adam, it’s very useful for us.
Thank you for this lesson. It’s very useful for me.
I had 100 am in for improvement
I got 10 out of 10, thank you! I need more example list about this kind of adjective.
very good lesson. Much interesting. Waiting for more. I got 10/10.
I Will learn english here
Thanks for lesson) I like study English here.
I got 10
This lesson was interesting and clear. Thanks Adam!
Thank you. Very clear the lesson
Thank you Adam . Your explanation is perfect.
thank you Adam very nice lesson -thanks again
Got 10 points,thx!
Thank you Adam.Very good lesson.
Thanks Adam. Very nice lesson. My result is 9/10 . I feel very excited :) I watched this video , which ıt was very exciting.
Thanks . best teacher
Hello Adam. Your lessons are very interesting. I was very interested at your lessons. ^_^
I learned a lot at your lessons. Thank you very much.
Wow! I got 9 out of 10,This is first time when I am gonna leave a comment here. Though! I am used to watch all videos , cause all videos are so interesting and always help me to avoid making mistakes and teach me new things as well. I am interested to know where to use (to be ) , please help me to get through the doubt ,… Thanks .
This was such an interesting lesson.Thank you,teacher.
hello guys! I am young enthuastic student who is wanted to make new friends! and Thank you Adam for extraordinary lesson. I ve got 10 of 10!
Thank you, my result is 9/10
Thank you i got 9/10
This lesson was great!!! Thanks Adam, today I can understand the difference between bored and boring.
last nigh a watched a movie that was boring, so I was so bored.
Thakns again from Colombia!!!!
10 for all!
100! You are greatest teacher in here Mr. Adam! But i’m still get confusing in my own class. I hope I’ll make it WAY better in the exam.
thank you so much
I was very satisfying of this lesson!Thank you.
10 out of 10. thank you sir
I got 10 out of 10. This lesson is very helpful. Thank you, Adam, for providing this kind of exercises to make understood the provided lesson within the day.
10/10 thank you!
Could you make a video about how to use ‘travel’ words in English? (trip, voyage, journay, expedition) :)
C’monnn ;) 10/10
I got 9/10 ?
Hello! I got 10/10 :D Thanks for the video and quiz Adam!
Thank you Adam, you have an amazing group and it is very helpfull for me.
Thank you to Adam. You are one of the best teacher I’ve known. I want to ask you a question. In this sentence: “The product ARE OF hight quality”. What grammar about form BE OF. Thank you.
Adam, tx for this interesting lesson, as Always!
Thanks. I got 8/10 :(
I got 8 correct out of 10. Thank you for a video lesson.
I got 10/10.
It was a good test to learn better.
Hello Adam, thank you so much for your clip. it is very useful for me. but please can you advise me about “Verb-ing” in this situation:
1.”We will use a combination of the two processes, with more emphasis on one or the other depending on our reasons for listening”
2.”Use these predictions to activate you vocabulary, which means be aware of the words, phrases and collocations that you know relating to this specific topic”
From these example, I wonder that why the writer used “depending” and “relating”, what kind of grammar are they? Is there any rules that when we have to use ?
Did I understood this lesson?
I think – YES. My result – 10 from 10:))
Thank you, Adam…
thanks for studying teacher i hope so most of teacher as you will go to heaven
I’m addicted to your videos. You make learning fun and exciting.
As always superb ! :)
10/10 thank you
I got 10/10. Thanks
Hi, Adam. I returned to Engvid and I so excited to see you again. It’s been a long time didn’t see you and I wish if I can see you always to learn much more about the English language. today I was happy when I looking at your face during the lesson it looks like the moon and clear that show how you have the inner pace and no one can hate you. let me appreciate the way that you use to give us the information. I think all the followers of Engvid love you more than anyone ever in Engvid. my advice to you keep growing.
I got 8/10. Good lesson! Thanks Adam!
Adam!!! I’m falling in love with you !!!! You’re an amazing teacher and sounds like a very kind person in the real life !!!
That lesson was interesting and not confusing. Thank you Adam!
I got 9 from 10.Thank you Adam.Your presentation was very enjoying.I hope, you will upload more videos which are so benefit to improve our english…
4. The book was so ____________ that I finished it in one day.
I got confused help me adam.
Thank you very much Sir.Adam.I got 100.more power to engvid and to all teachers.God bless you all.
Just to tell you that I find this lesson short but interesting.
But I didn’t understand how to pronounce “Bored” very well.
Thank you Teacher Adam I’m new here just today, I saw you on you tube so, I follow you here. Got 8/10 I thank you for all your lessons. It helps me for improving my English. While listening your videos I used to paused and write it down hehe. But i’m having fun too while learning English. Your all teachers are awesome. Thanks for sharing with us. More power! Happy holidays.
Hellow Adam and everyone!
Thanks for lesson. It’s a very useful for me.
Adam, please tell me, why in question 2 need write ‘boring’? Professor is a person, isn’t it? Or I don’t understand something)
Your videos are interesting. I like them. Thanks a lot
I got 10 correct out of 10. Thank you Adam for your help :)
aaa türk kardeşim selamlar
Very Good Lesson. Thanks teacher Adam
My result is 9/10. Thank you. You rock.
Hello, Adam! I got 9/10. I got wrong answer for #6. yes, English grammar is not people, so I should choose confusing! Thank you!
Thanks Adam for the great lesson. I got it 10/10 :)
I got 10/10. Thanks a lot, Adam.
I’m on top of the world after finished this test.Do not the results show that I learned this lesson very well? Thank you Adam, you are a good teacher.
Thank you very much!
100% right! Thank you for the useful lesson!
You Arefe’sinde so sympathetic. Thanx a lot…
Thanks Adam….Honestly, I’ve forgotten this little details in my speaking.
10 / 10 cuz lesson was interestING =)
Thank you Adam, I hope that I gott it. I`ve done the task with 100%.
could you give some reccomendations or link where we can practice it
Bazinga !! 10/10
Actually, it was really helpful.Thanks to Adam.I think I got it
sorry i’m not too understand with the -ed -ing verb, can you explain in more detail please?
10 from 10)
Thank you, Adam for you useful and clear lesson
I was very excited, when solved this interesting test)
why we said
“I was inspired to become a doctor by my mother”?
because this causes feeling
Thank you, teacher Adam
Thank you Teacher Adam.. Blessings
Thank you for the lesson. Your explanation was very clear. I got 10 from 10 :)
I got ten from ten
Hi Adam,I don’t understand these below sentences
#A growing child needs a balanced diet.
#The thief tried to pry open the locked room.
»»»» why they use growing not grown , balanced not balancing.
»»»»» why they use locked not locking.
Hello, Adam! I didn’t understand the 9th. Could you explain me, please?
Hey Adam Thanks,
I got 10 out of 10.
100% right answers. Thank you very much for cool explanation :)
Great lesson! I have 10/10
Thank you, Adam. Your lesson is really helpful.
Thanks mr. adam. you’re the best teacher. i got 9 of 10 correct answer.
Thanks Adam. I got 10!
The -ed adj is to talk about feeling of someone or animal.
The -ing adj is to describe something or someone that cause feeling.
i have 10/10 !!!! Is so exciting!!!
Amazing class.. Tks for sharing your knowledge.. You’re great
I got 10/10.Thanks, Adam!
Woahh big YES, i got 100. thank you so much Adam. GBU
I got ten…yhuuuu. You explain very well. Thank you
I’m grateful that I’ve gotten a perfect score. Thank you, teacher Adam. I love your videos.
ı really appreciate you.Coz your accent is very understandable for me.I just entry for upperintermediate level.I need to watch more videos and ı need to do practice with someone.Thanks from İstanbul
Well explained. Very satisfying! Thank you Adam….
love all the quiz, hope to have more.
Thanks, very clear. 9/10.
10 0ut of 10
it was so easy and helpful
Thank you, Adam!
supreb lesson, i got 90/100
Thank you, the lesson was very interesting and I was enjoyed.
thank you adam
where are you now?
I got 10/10. Thanks for this lesson.
Very excited for the next lessons.
This lesson is so awesome for me! Thank you!
WOW. Honestly, I had no idea of these words. Thanks, Adam. With all respect that you deserve, every day you causes more admiration, because all lesson that you teach us are very interesting. You are the best teacher I’ve ever met.
Thanks a lot Adam for this quiz. I hope i’ll be find to much in your page. Because listening and watching has not enough for myself. Thanks a lot again.
Thank You, i got 10 from 10 :)
Thank you, I got 9 over 10.
My score is 9 of 10. I am frustrated and disappointed!
Thank you. 10/10
Thank you so much!!
I want more quiz
Needs more practise
Great lessons Adam. Keep going it!
Thanks so much
1/I DON’T LIKE TO PLAY. I AM VERY (bored_boring )
2/HE PLAYS THE SAME GAME EVERE DAY HE IS (bored_boring)
give me the answer. ..They confuse me
nice adam keep it up
thank you for this lesson , i got 10 out of 10 and i am so happy!!
I got 9 from 10 thanks
What an interesting lecture! Just recently discovered this site (sorry for the fragment). I think these excellent lessons will help me to write better structured sentences … and make my first draft less tasking.
you were perfect.
I got 8/10
i have got 8 points
It’s my first time and I don’t have any idea because I’m very poor in grammar sorry :-)
I got only 7/10 but thank you
Thank you sir, you are amazing.
Pls, could I say : “”I have been surprised”” when I would like to describe my feeling for someone who didn’t reply my messages ?
waiting your kindly reply .. sir.
It was a piece of cake lesson
Can anyone help me to improve my speaking skills because I truly excellent in all skills except speaking
Hello sir!I am a new student in your lesson. I am really confused about the ed ending word.my first question is (During exam time,what things do we required? Vs During exam time,what things do we require?)which is correct? Another question is(required things/require things)which is correct?
Adjective ed ending word is confusing.examples are loved,required,etc.so can you please teach me.
Thank you Adam but I want to ask you about something that can you explain me again of those adjectives which are verbs like loved,envied etc.
I got 90 to 100 hhh
I’m interested in this lesson because this lesson is very interesting.:)
You should have done only verb
It was an excellent explaining.I will never confuse bored with boring anymore. Thank You!
SHIT! I got 8 out of 10 DAMN IT!
I’m excited for my result 10/10
Thank u very much, Teacher Adam
Hi Adam! Sometimes it is hard for me to decide whether the adjective clause is essential or nonessential. For example, about sentences like “My brother in law, who is from Italy…” and “My English assignment, 10-page essay, is due to this friday,” I think both the adjective clause and the appositive are giving necessary information if the speaker has more than one brother-in-law, or my English assignment is not just essay. Thanks!
Thank you Adam. This is my first lesson with you, you made learning very interesting and fun.
about love and loving
can you give me an example ?
thank you Adam
i take 9\10
why number 10 is distracting ?
Thanks for this tips Adam
Hi, Why is corrects this: “We walked by he damaged bridge” and this one is incorrect “we walked by the damaging bridge” I don’t , The bridge feels something o I don’t.Can somebody help me ?
many thanks Adam, this lesson is very useful, interesting and above all explained very well
Thank you Mr. Adam.
You teaching is very intersting.
Dear ADAM. how to do learn of -ed/-ing adjective passive. do you have got video for passive adjective. thank you for video.
I got 10
Thank you so much Adam for your dedication
thanks a lot
Mr. Adam, thank you very much for your class!
I read a gerund sentence from the grammar book, like this: When I travel, I prefer driving to taking a plane. Is it correct? It doesn’t make sense to me. I would say: When I travel, I prefer driving instead of taking a plane.
Hi Adam, thanks for this wonderful lesson. During this period of lockdown due to corona virus pandemic, it is the best way to utilise our time by turning to your class.
This is my first 100/100!!!! i am sooo happyyyyyy
I got 10 correct out of 10.
Thank you Adam.
realy easy lesson.
I got 10 out of 10.
Hi…… Am just a beginner to learn english….l loved your way of teaching…. Its very useful for me…Thank u so much…..
Hi teacher , i have some questions that confuses me . If you have time , could you answer these questions. Thank you a lot
1 . The thief tried to break open the LOCKED cabinet in the pharmacy
-> can i use locking to describe the cabinet ?
2. Polluted / polluting water is not safe for drinking .
-> which one should i use to describe the water ?
Thank you Adam, I got 10/10, that is great!
Kindly send an additional list if you do not mind.
Hi Adam, thank you very much for the lesson! I have a question about this sentence “Sue thought her friend Sam’s notes were very detailed.” Why don’t we use “detailing” here since we’re describing the notes? Thank you!
Nice class, thank you very much.
Thank you Adam, it was very helpful lesson
Hi there!I am all mixed up. How can I recognize in a sentece if the ED/ING endings are not verbs indicating past or progressive tense?
thanks so much Adam, I am 12 and my teacher cant explain to me what is going on. But i understood what u told us
Thank you very much .
9/10! This lesson is useful for me. I was confused when I studied at university. Adam help me understand this grammar.
Hi Adam, This is very helpful thank you. Your video mentions a bigger list of -ed and-ing adjectives here, but I haven’t located it! Are you able to point me in the right direction please?
wow I got 10/10. you help me a lot.
Hi Adem, thank you for the interesting lesson. I want to improve my English to study in the UK. I know that you always give advice on how to do that, but i want some practical tips because i dont have a lot of time. Please help !
I made a very stupid mistake and got 9 out of 10. :(
100 You got 10 correct out of 10.
I got a 10 correct I am very good
I learned a lot from your lesson, therefore, I got a perfect score. Thank you!
hi, i got 10 correct out of 10, thanks to ADAM
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Great lesson, Adam! Thank you so much! I got 10/10 :D
Thank you Adam for your helpful videos, its so nice and easy to learn using it.
thanks a lot! I was confused in this part of grammar, but thanks to you, I got it!
Hello Mr.Adam, Thank you so much about this interesting lesson
I have a question, can I say : I will go to the concert because the singer is loving.
I wish that you explain how to use loving .