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Very good lession


    Thanks, Javed! Glad you enjoyed it. My best wishes to you.


      Thank you very much Rebecca!! I can say it million time! Only because of you my english better then it be one year ago! One year ago I was very afraid to speak with foreigners, and I cannot bound two words, really. Now I understand all your lessons, and I can speak without shame, I am out of fear! It is your merit, dear Rebecca! Thank you very much! You are really teacher from God! I like your modesty, kindness, politeness, courtesy, mannerliness, you are good person and true lady,indeed. Love you, always wish you all the best! With love from Kazakhstan!


Hello Rebecca! Thanks a lot for so useful expressions and idioms lesson!

Rodion Zavialov

    My pleasure, Rodion Zavialov. Thanks for your warm feedback. I wish you all the best, my friend.


    Oh My Gosh! What an interesting class dear Rebeca!

    It never ceased to amaze me how you explain your lesson contents with great ease.

    Excellent review using a story. Context usually helps to understand meaning a bit faster than using a dictionary.

    Just one question Rebeca, is the following phrase an idiom or an expression? :

    “I got 44 points out of 100 on this quiz”

    Many thanks for this superb Video-lessib Rebecca.


      Oh Gosh! Please do not get me wrong Rebecca.
      This was a typing error what I meant was:

      “Many thanks for this superb video-lesson”




ayman khafaga

wow ! it’s great lesson mrs Rebecca and I hope that I’ll be a good one of your student to practice it . thanks a lot ;

RANDRIA germain

    Thanks so much, RANDRIA germain. So glad to know you found the lesson helpful. I wish you joy and success in your desire to improve your English.


Very nice lesson


Like many other Italians, during August, I go out of town and I’m out of touch but I do not miss your lessons.
A greeting from Tuscany, Rebecca.

Riccardo S

    Thanks so much, Riccardo S! Love the way you integrated the idioms into your comment. That’s the key to making them your own. All the best to you.


Great lesson as always I learned some new vocabulary. Keep going guys!!


Nice video again. Please also make a video on phrasal verbs having ”OUT” like ‘break out’.

Akbar Safi

watching the video confirmed the meaning of the expressions and idioms. Thanks a lot, Rebecca!!


Thank you for your usual very good lessons.


Though it was awesome but I got confused with of cash and out of sorts, when Linda was in the shop… I got 80/100. Mrs. Rebecca


    It’s great that you care enough to move forward with your English learning, Konneh! Congratulations! I wish you all the best.


Thanks a lot Rebecca!!It was a really useful lesson :)


A made a 100 pts quiz at the very fisrt time thst whas out ofnowere thanks Teacher Rebecca ?


    Great! Happy to hear it, Julieta Aragon. Warm wishes to you.


Thank you for the lesson. Very useful.


Nice lesson we won’t miss.

Thierry Cheng

I loved this lesson, thank you teacher….!!!

Jakub Alvarez

I am out of bore then wotch your lesson? thenk you very much Rebecca for your job.


    Thanks! Glad my lessons pulled you out of your state of boredom, ashurk! I wish you much success.


You came to me from out of nowhere
You took my heart and found it free
Wonderful dreams, wonderful schemes from nowhere

(Edward Heyman / Johnny Green)

Beautiful song.Thanks Rebecca


    Thanks so much for sharing that song with me, PacoBe! I enjoyed listening to it. Music is one of the most soulful ways to improve our language skills, right? Glad the lesson brought back happy memories to you. Warm wishes and thanks again.


thank you Rebecca, you can’t imagine how much I’ve improved my English watching your lessons.Even though I’ve taken classes in a classroom,I’ve realized that my English has gone to a higher level because of your great way of teaching. greetings from Colombia

Albeiro Ruiz

    Hello from Canada to Colombia! Thanks so much for your kind words, Albeiro Ruiz. So glad my lessons are helping you. As they say in English, “Where there’s a will (meaning a desire), there’s a way.” I am honored to be part of your soultion. Warm wishes to you, my friend.


I have taken 9/10 score.that was nowhere for me but then I understood my fault.I didn’t pay attention how ‘nowhere’ is write


    I didn’t pay attention how ‘out of sorts’ was written


      It’s always a success when we walk away learning something. Thanks for sharing. All the best to you, serhat24.


Thanks for the lesson I love it everyday


HI Rebecca! Thanks a lot for so useful expressions and idioms lesson!


Thank you Rebecca for this great lesson!


Thank you Rebecca, your lessons are always easy to understand. It will be useful in a daily conversation.


Thank you for your lesson.
I like your lesson which brings me motivation :)


thank you very much for this lesson

Ghadeer Haj Hamad

I like you Rebbeca and I love the way you teach so much


Thanks a lot. Your explaining is so different.I’m out of practice using new word and idioms in my speech and in my writing. I found your explanation very beneficial, and it’s easy to remember with your awesome explanation


Thank you, Rebecca. This a really useful lesson!!


Hi Rebecca
I also hear people usually use the idioms like “out of mind” and “out of job”.


thanks Rebecca!!!!!


A big THANK YOU, Rebecca!


Hi Rebecca! I have still learned new things, I didn’t know before, I love! I’ve got 100/100! I’m very happy!
All the best!


Hi, ¿how is my favorite teacher?, hope great; Miss your e-mail about my THEA exam writing/essay section, like to have it, hope no problem to re-send it please eduardom49 in hotmail, thanks in advance.
BTW: Thanks for your clean/professional lesson, love to see someone doing what she likes at high performance level, like a natural.


    Hi Eduardo, I have resent my email to you. Look forward to hearing from you. All the best, my friend.


thaaank youuu it’s really helpful lesson for me I got 10 out of 10!


Really interesting,and cute kind of explanation.

Mubarak Ahmed

Thanks a lot for improving me in english


I enjoyed this lesson as all Rebecca’s Engvid Lessons. Thanks teacher!

Isaias Menezes Silva

very useful


Hello Rebecca
Could you help me in the assessment of my writing task 2 in IELTS?


Thanks so much dear teacher Rebecca. Another fruitful lesson. It is always a great pleasure keep on running back to You. Longing for your next lesson I wish you all the best.


it was an interesting lesson ,thanks a lot .. I got 100%

bashar hussaino

It was very interesting and useful


thanks mam, it was really helpful for me.now i have out of words to describe your teaching technique


Thanks a lot, teacher Rebecca, a very interesting lesson.


Thank you Rebecca! You are a very gifted teacher! So clear and understanabale! Your students must be very lucky!




very useful lesson
these expression used everyday in our life
Thanks a lot


hey i’am so happy because i’am new here in america and my language not very good so now you help me very much and i understand your lesson it was very interested you are awesome teacher thank you a lot

hind ouaryachi

Hello from Greece. Great lesson. Thank you so much for engvid lessons.


great lesson !! I’ll stop at nothing watching you

Ahmed Essam

Great lesson, Rebecca. I liked it a lot. Thank you.

Júlio César L Sousa

Thank you for this wonderful lesson.


Thanks for your sharing for those useful idioms.

Karin Yu

Thank u Rebecca! I love your lessons. Actually I was out of practice in English.


It is amazing,thank you


Fabulous lesson,Rebecca. There are lots of idioms in English and they can be pretty tricky at times, so it´s always good to watch lessons like this one in order to master them. Learning how to tell them apart from the expressions is also important. Great explanation and examples.


Very good lesson ?
I did 9 of 10 ?


9\10 ♡


you are a very good teacher thank you for teaching me

amr adry

I’m very grateful for such a useful lesson. Since I’ve been out of practice for some time, but thanks to your lessons and your remarkable website I will surely get an improvement.


Good video,Thank you.


Ilove your lesson, Thank you so much


Thanks for the lessons Rebecca! You make very understanding videos!


Dear Rebecca, I’m… I’m out of… words to describe my feelings. Thank you very much for your understandable lessons! From Russia with love… :0)


i’m really interested in this program but i could download the leason, so how can i dawnload it?


your style of teaching is very attractive. I never get bored when I learn your lessons.thank you very much for your attempt and your devotedness.


hi mam,
im extremely thankful for all your advises, it helps a lot. Im going appear Ielts(general) the comming month.
I have one question regarding Essay Writing may we use Idioms, Proverbs or Figurative Expressions in our essay, that will be a plus point or it will have an adverse effect. thanks


just trying

Zuhud Nurromdhoni

Amazing amazing lesson rebecca. You are A superb teacher. I got 10/10. Before this lesson, i used to say ” are you out of your mind” ? ☺.. Thanks for giving such an interesting and valuable expressionS and idioms.


A great lesson, with a great teacher! Thank you.

katy Mamukashvili

Great lesson Rebecca. I never used before this expresions


Thank you very much teacher. You can teach so easily and so good.



Thanks Rebecca. It’s not difficult to learn this expressions and idioms. Your teaching way is much awesome! ‎


Its very useful lesson ??


It´s very useful lesson and you are very good teacher. I am in Montreal Canada in this moment. I would like to meet you in Toronto. I don´t know know if It will be possible for me to go there. Thank you very much for your help.


Wow You are great teacher!!! I can understand everything. Thank you so much.


Mrs. Rebecca, is “out of the blue” outdated or is it used today? I like this idiom so much)
Thank you for the lesson!


    “out of the blue” equals “out of nowhere” or suddenly I guess.

    fernando triana

Hi, my first lesson. Very good. Thanks!


thank u Rebecca!! I’ve learnt such an important lesson

Rayan Alamri

Good lesson. I have to tell you something, i have learned a lot with you.

Wanna knowledge


Rodrigo Ribeiro

I’m out of sort,cause I scored 90 but anyhow the important thing here is learning from the mistakes.

fernando triana



Thank u soooo much Rebecca. U r my fav teacher.


Thank you Rebecca, i like the way of teaching, easy to understand and follow you. Keep it up


Hi Rebecca I am out of words, you are such a grate teacher,, thank you


Very good lesson Rebecca, thanks for doing this for us.

Bye for now!!


wow very useful lesson. i got 10/10


its really great lesson . i truly appreciate your lesson Rebecca


Truly,a very good lesson. Great teacher, too.Thanks.


Hi Rebecca
It very natural that somebody experiences a difficult situations in his life, but that should not stop him-her being optimistic and positive because it is just a part of life. As for me, I have been out of work and out of money for a long time since I graduated from my university. I was in a pickle and out of character and that kept me out of touch with my closed friends for a while. Eventually, I realized that nothing will lasts forever neither happiness nor sadness so we should be more patient and thankful for whatever.

plz my great teacher correct my mistakes

Thanks in advance :)


Thanks teacher it is very easy to learn with you


Rebecca, pleasured to hear all your lessons! Really clear!


Thank you again Rebecca!!!


I got 100/100




Rebecca! how do you define idiom expression?


Very useful!



Waduge mahesh

Dear Rebeca, I think that this lesson is very helpful to me and I would like to teach me about how to use “usually and used to” in English grammar. I hope to get next lesson from you.


Kim Peacefully

Thank you Rebecca


Dear Rebecca,
I truly appreciate your efforts in sharing your valuable knowledge and tips without any greed. your teaching ways are simply the best and easy to understand. I look forward to benefit from your teachings as much as i can.


it’s great lesson mrs Rebecca and I hope that I’ll be a good one of your student to practice it. Very thank you for your valuable lessons.


Rebecca I love this lesson you said Praticw make you better thank you.


Excellent lesson, thanks


What does out of the world mean?

why is there no article before the word town in the phrase out of town? do expressions need no article?

do you know the novels White fang and The call of the wild by Jack London? what age native speaker can read that? 5 years old or 8? i just wanna estimate what reading and vocabulary level i am ,comparing to native speaker kids( to an adult i only dream, cause i’v been learning during 1 year)

if it is answered i will thank a lot


So exciting

venus elian

I don’t know why he’s leaving or where he’s gonna go ( to buy some bread). Who … is hon( 1-st question)?


    Sorry, friends. Could anybody please explain to me?


      Hi. Daddy. Theacher ask about idioms or exspresions. You want to know where and why person can buy some bread, the answer is ” way to home” For example: your mum told you We’re out of bread, it means we don’t have any bread. Please she said, Can you pick up some ( bread) on the way home


        He wants to know about the word “hon” that the Teacher said, I think it could “honey”. Correct me if I made a mistake.


Thanks Rebecca. I’m out of word to tell you, how I’m happy with your lessons


Very useful lessons.thanks a lot of


Excellent Rebeca,

you are great.


great lesson Rebecca, thank you


Thank you for this fabulous lesson


Thank you for such a great lesson.


I got score 100 Thanks you for all lesson Rebecca.


Super! Thank you for your profitly information.


Very wonderful teaching. I really appreciate your lessons.
please is it possible for someone to have your contact?

justin okpalaobi

You rock Rebecca ! :)
Thank you so much for your brilliant lesson :)


As always, a very good lesson.

Angel Rico

thank you for a wonderful lesson
I have a question why you put out of sorts instead out of sort


Thanks a million. It`s very helpful lesson. You`re great teacher)


I was a chorister but now I’m out of practice for singing. My voice sounds horrible.


You got 7 correct out of 10.

thanks a lot.

M kartal

Thanks for giving wonderful lessons and explanation.. I like ur way of teaching..

Rekha darshitt

I made 100 pts,thanks Rebeca..


Thank you so much for this out of nowhere lesson.


I got 10 correct out of 10. Despite being out of work,I am not out of sorts. I am trying to find a new job! Thank you Rebecca.

Jun Shao

thanks Rebecca it’s a good lesson


Thanks Rebecca.


I wish I was born in america n canada .. I really wanted to improve my english .. my dreams are becoming a good translator and a good interpreter .. just so u know rebecca .. I’m from indonesia .. ur lessons on engvid.com are really helpful .. Hoping one day I could meet u in person, not only u but also adam, alex, emma etc .. thank u n keep up the good work !!


really you are very good teacher

mousaab hanafy

it`s an amazing lesson ,thanks a million


Thanks teacher! Your tone is really good. I feel like I was thought by my mother LoL.


Rebecca is my favourite teacher so far. Maybe because she already have many experience on teaching and she teaching very clearly ani dont know what to say, i just love her. I tried to listening other teacher on this website, and i dont feel like i love how they teaching but they are good. Love u Rebecca


i made lot of mistakes (english) on my previous comment, and i always realize it after i enter it. i already check my comment before, and it was like there’s nothing wrong. After i enter it, i found the mistakes. And i’m sure right know i made few mistakes too. I’m not really good at writing and i want to learn more. And of course my speaking, listening, etc


Awesome session

Vandana puttur

Excellent lesson. Thank you!


Hey there! Can you give me an advice?:) Im just watching all of your videos and lot of times i realuze end of the videos i can’t remember what happened at 3-4 minutes before.It doesn’-t mean i dont understand your voices, exactly the opposite of it. I pay attention to your speak, text, pronunciation, but i cant remember, what could you advice me?Thanks for your help!


This is really a good lesson. Now I could understand a difference between statement and idioms. Thanks


I don’t know how to thank you Rebecca. I’m out of words!

Patrick Stives

Hi, Rebecca. Thanks for your lessons. Idioms are really difficult to remember. Love your lessons. Not only I learn from your lessons, but also get new ideas to teach. I am a students assistant, so I really appreciate your work. Hugs from Havana, Cuba.


This lesson is invaluable. It was a great and simple way to describe those expesions so common. i think i can understand a little bit better. Thanks a lot.

Freddy Navas

Thank you, Rebecca. This lesson was great such as other. Could you correct me, please?


thank you very Much, I love it


Thank you for this lession.


Out of nowhere, I got 100%. Thanks a lot Rebecca. You explained clearly, and made English simple.


Very interesting lesson.


I have been out of sorts since two days ago.


thanks teacher Rebecca. I got 10/10. the best lessons.


Hi Rebecca,
I have got clarified with your session about what idioms are and where we can use it.Hope it will be useful for my future

Revathi Narayanan

Rebecca, I like very much your manner of teaching with many exemples and confortable speed of speaking.
By the way, you said “out of caracter” FOR smb. and once you’ve ment “out of caracter” OF smb. Am I right?The both prepositions are okey?


Dear Rebecca with score as high as 10, and me wanting to be a writer, what would you suggest I should do to meet that end while my English is not my first language?

Muhammad Yousaf 1234

Hello Mrs Rebecca, thank you for this lesson, it allowed me to enrich my knowledge. You’re an exceptional teacher with your way of explanation. Thank you very much.


Very useful thank you


They used to be confusing for me till this lesson. Thanks a lot.


Thank you!

tsmith 5262

Thank you very much

Lameche Abdelkader

Thank you very much, Mrs Rebeca for these courses which helped me to improve my level in English. I enjoy watching 2 or 3 of your videos every morning for the past 3 months. I just did one of the exercises for the first time and ended up with a score of 10/10. Congratulations to you for your excellent teaching skills! You are a very talented teacher! …


My best wishwes to rebecca, not only for this lesson but also for your character. I think You makes me out of stress. I watch every day your education that is out of character for me. In finally i hope you win 10 milion out of nowhere… i know my writing not good but i should write this..


I can’t believe that I can remember all of them right away. And I got 100%. Thank you Rebecca.


Thanks, you are the best as usual.


Thank you, Rebecca! Your lessons are very very interesting!


Greatest teacher ever,,,!!!

Moller Dansk

You are the best teacher i’ve ever seen in my life.we need more videos please.


Dear Rebecca

Your teaching technique is so simple and easy to understand . Thanks my teacher Rebecca.

Rajesh Shrestha

Thank you !!!!


Thanks Rebecca!You’ve helped me so much with my English.


I have been watching your videos since I found its link on the web and that really helps me use it from my day to day conversation within my class as I am taking an IELTS review at the moment.I’ve came across with so many different learning site but yours is not onlyinteresting but also easy to follow.So I am you th


Thanks Madame Rebecca for being there for me.

Ambe Derick

I love your lessons so much❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
I hope I will speak English)


Wao! I got 10/10!!! Thank you Rebecca !


Im a new subscriber but I’m addicted ?thanks Ms.Rebecca! God bless


Wow I answered 10 out of 10?


I score 10 out of 10 haha


you’re the best,I’ve ever seen. thank you all lessons :)

didem aysu

This looks very useful for the learners of English though it was not used in our day to day life. Thank you Rebecca


I’ve just answered all the questions correctly.

Unknown Brazilian

Thanks for this lesson

Troy David

Thank you Rebecca,your lesson is very useful.I really like to improve my english grammar.

Darlene Rosete

Thanks your videos are excelent


excelent lesson, thanks


Thanks yours lessons are excelent




Thank you from Russia :) Very nice and helpful lessons!


There was a long queue in metro as token vending machin was out of order. We waited long in queue that made me feeling out of sorts. One of my friends went to bring water bottle in shop but that was out of stock too. Since my friend was out of order, he dropped me at home when we reached home one of my childhood friend came over to my place out of nowhere. My brother saw arranged everything like snacks ets out of his character


Ms.Rebecca thanks for your wonderful lessons❣️❣️❣️

Nihan Leiz

i really enjoy your lessons since i improve tremendously and even many of my colleaques are amazed

Charles Moses

From last three weeks, I’m out of practice. But now I’m trying to practice regular.
I’m really enjoy your lesson. Thank you dear… ?

Mrs. Swati Patil

I watched this video twice on December 08, 2021, and took the quiz after watching it once. I got ten correct out of 10.


Dear Teacher Rebecca this lesson to me was very interesting to learn even if at first sight it does not look especially in idiom part easy to learn&understand some of them , but through thinking in answering quizzes I could answer all of them correct &got 100.Thanks a lot of your effort to teach us patiently.

Mohammad mostaan

Rebecca, you are amazing. Thanks a lot. (Azores islands, 01Jan2022);


Rebecca, you are an amazing teacher. I truly enjoy watching your videos.

Maryam Malek

It is useful lesson thank you very muck, God bless you.


Thank you so much Rebecca for your beautiful lesson.

Abebe Worku

wonderful learning

Dilber Dennis Dilshad

“easy peasy”


Fun, lucid, interesting, useful – as usual with Rebecca. TU. Peace everybody.

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