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As good as other lessons.
very useful video lesson.
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SONU RAI
(INDIA)

sona123

    Thanks a lot, sonu. It’s always humbling to read comments like these. I’m glad we’ve been able to help you take your English to the next level! How long have you been using our site?

    Alex

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    Dgo0319

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kanz

    Any time!

    Alex

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    engVid

      I don’t know who this EngVid robot person is, but I’d also like to say thank you.

      Alex

Thanks EngVid

Imtithal Saeed

    Any time!

    Alex

thenks sir alex
i am mahmoud i am from syria

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    Thanks for studying with us, Mahmoud.

    Alex

Thanks a lot, Alex

Rozenn

    My pleasure!

    Alex

awesome lesson

Ali ALKHALDI

    Thanks a lot!

    Alex

Alex, to be sure, for the question 10, both of these expressions should be correct?
“I am having a great time..” &
” I have a great time..” as question 5
“my neighbors are having a new car” &
“my neighbors have a new car”

two expressions are correct?

Thanks a lot!

kampor

    Nope! :)

    Alex

    You must use “I’m having a great time” because it’s at the moment of speaking, and you must say “My neighbours have a new car” because it’s possessive. You can’t use the continuous tense for possessive.

    Alex

      Ok Alex! Thanks!!

      kampor

        Any time! I hope I was able to clearly answer your question.

        Alex

          at the perfection! ;)

          kampor

Hello Teacher Alex .Thanks for your teaching !I had a great time for you teaching.

Best Regards,
PHU TOO

PHU TOO

    You’re very welcome.

    Alex

Thanks a lot Alex!

alfred74

    You’re very welcome.

    Alex

      Alex, would you be so kind to explain me if I can say “bless you” when someone sneezes or there are other words I need to use in this situation? And what should I answer for this wish?

      alfred74

        Yes, you’re correct. You can also say “God bless you,” but just “bless you” is the most common. If someone says this to you, just say “Thank you” or “Thanks.”

        Alex

          Thanks)

          alfred74

Thank you, Alex :)

Happy04

    My pleasure. Thanks for checking out the video.

    Alex

Thank you very much for the lesson Alex. This was a very useful one!

Danniell

    No problem! I know the information is basic, but that also means it’s essential.

    Alex

Thank you Alex It is a very useful class

cengizsari

    You’re welcome. Thanks for studying with EngVid!

    Alex

I’m not good at English because it’s not my mother language. My first lesson is awesome, this video is useful. Thank engVid, thank Alex!

tuxedomez

    You’re very welcome! I hope you’ll continue studying with us!

    Alex

Thanks Alex. I got all the questions right. I did not watch the video though because I thought I knew what you were going to talk about. But I really admire your hard work. Thanks.

sunhoek

    No problem! I’m glad you’re finding our website useful.

    Alex

Thank Alex, your lesson is very useful I got 9 correct out of 10

Ukrit

    Nice job! Now practice using the expressions in conversation. You can also just say them out loud and practice on your own!

    Alex

Great video as ever! You are a wonderful teacher, Alex…! Thank you so much!

lucascotti

    No problem! Thanks for checking out the video and for your kind feedback.

    Alex

So, Alex could you tell me ? Can i use AINT in my speak ???

Ankur Aggarwal

    If you’re in certain parts of the United States, yes.

    I ain’t got a problem with that. (I don’t have a problem…)

    I ain’t got a car. (I don’t have a car.)

    Alex

thank you for this lassons teacher

boualem

    “Thank you for this lesson, teacher.” You’re welcome, boualem!

    Alex

I got 10 out of 10
Thank you Alex.

sumayah

    My pleasure!

    Alex

A asks : Hey, How was the day?
I reply: I had a great time in watching engvid videos. You too have a look on those videos. I’ll send you the link.

Thanks Alex for simple and efficient lesson!

Anu Gupta

    “I had a great time watching EngVid videos. You should have a look at those videos too. I’ll send you the link.”

    Thanks for watching, Anu!

    Alex

      Thanks Alex for finding my mistakes!

      Anu Gupta

Thank you teacher

MILOUDAEK27

    Not a problem!

    Alex

Nice lesson. I got 10 out of 10.

SanjulaHapugoda

    *high five* Awesome job! Keep it up!

    Alex

Hello Alex,
This lesson is awesome, You speak slowly so I understand pretty right. I got 10 out of 10. I am happy to master my english but it isn’t easy at seventy three years old.
Thanks a lot.

mclaude

    That’s amazing! Thanks for using EngVid to study! I’m always happy to help students of all ages and backgrounds!

    Bonne chance! Good luck!

    Alex

Thank you, Alex, excellent lesson.

judylu

    Thanks, judylu! Just a correction regarding your punctuation…

    “Thank you, Alex. Excellent lesson.”

    :)

    Alex

      Thanks, Alex! I’m sorry I used an improper punctuation again. I’m always making some similar mistakes. My English is not very good, but I’m learning it everyday.
      :)

      judylu

        Oh, don’t apologize. That’s why you’re here! :) I’m happy to help you improve!

        Alex

Thanks our teacher that was very helpful my score very bad, but i have no problem with practice i am going to back for this lesson tomorrow

Akoweit

    That’s great! Repetition is very important when learning something new.

    Alex

Thank You for you lession

quantamz

    “Thank you for your lesson.”

    You’re very welcome!

    Alex

      That’s exactly what the spanish spoken we need, good will and correction thank you, a lot!

      Vlozky

Thanks, Pablo!

Alex

Hello Alex! Thank you very much for the lesson. Could you please,make another video as an answer for my question: How can I differ the verbs to get; to obtain;to gain;to acquire? And in which cases it is better to use them? Thank you.

Elen Sheff

    That would take some research on my part, but “get” works as a synonym for all of the other words.

    Alex

Hi Alex! I have a question:

“I have a bath.” Is it correct ?
Thank you!

Ricardo Msch

    “I’m having a bath” or “I’m taking a bath” are correct.

    Alex

Excellent Thanks for your wonderful lessons. I have got a step up after having watched your lessons.

Nari999

    Nice! You can also say, “I’ve got a leg up after having watched your videos.”

    Alex

Thank you, I really appreciate that you talk slow, could understand you.

thaishps

    I always try to speak clearly, especially for beginner lessons like this one.

    Alex

Engvid.com students have a great teacher. His name is Alex. Video after video he seems more natural in front of the camera.
Great job Alex, and thanks for your lessons!!

knopfler86

    Any time. Thanks a lot for watching and for continuing to study with me! Just wait until my video in mid-June…

    Alex

Hello Alex! It’s nice to see you again. Great lesson, I liked it a lot. By the way, I HAVE something to say: “You are a great teacher.” Thank you so much!

Júlio César L Sousa

    That’s really nice of you to say, Julio Cesar! Thanks!

    Alex

Thanku Alex..

Reetu pruthi

    My pleasure! Thanks for watching.

    Alex

thanks

fthblmz18

    My pleasure.

    Alex

Hello, sire, I am a beginner.I watch eng vid’s videos sometimes. I want to watch every video on this website.I am wondering if there is any way that I could find which video I should watch first. I sorted out by beginner from the search menu, but it still unclear to me. Please help me, sire.

sharifahmed08

Hi Alex, it was an amazing video, I see very clear how I can use that expressions. Thanks.

crisph

    No problem. Thanks for watching and for studying with me!

    Alex

Thanks, very much. You have to be a great teacher:)

Martin3337

    You’re very welcome! Thanks for clicking. :)

    Alex

Hi sir i am an english learner i want to ask you is it important to study ENGLISH SYNTAX to improve my reading comprehension if so tell me if not please what i should study to improve my reading comprehension thank you

karimon

    Study vocabulary and language structure.

    Are you trying to improve your reading for a test?

    Alex

      yes i am trying … can you advise me with some books about language structure .. thank you Soooo much

      karimon

Thank you, Alex! That’s pretty good as always!

OneGogh1976

    Thanks a lot! I’m glad you enjoyed it.

    Alex

It was so interesting. Thanks!

zhazi008

    My pleasure!

    Alex

Thanks Alex! I am having an amazing time listening to you

ragiagamal

    I’m really glad to hear that! Thanks for studying with me, and good luck!

    Alex

I’m always having a great time with Alex videos, thank you so much!

Roman

    Not a problem!

    Alex

Thanks Alex

Silax

    Not a problem.

    Alex

Thanks very useful!

brc75

    You’re very welcome.

    Alex

thank you

saw yon

    You’re welcome.

    Alex

thanks for everything I had a good time when I watched this lesson . you are good person because you love to help people

5ola

    Thanks, 5ola. I definitely enjoy helping others. I’m glad you enjoyed the video.

    Alex

Thank you for the lesson!

What is the difference between a disease and a illness?

audrysilva

Thank you, Alex. A simple but useful lesson.

RedLO

    No problem. I’m glad you thought it was useful for you.

    Alex

Thanks, Alex, for this lesson too!

It was essential to correct some mistakes I make using this verb. I’m having a good time due to your and the other teachers’ help.

Fabio Cicerre

    That’s great to hear! I’m always glad to help a little bit more.

    Alex

Hi Alex, Im having a great time watching your interesting new lesson, and I have read all your comments on Engvid that help me improve my English very much. Thank you very much, and have a great day!

VietNam1984

    You too! Thanks for continuing to study English with me!

    Alex

HEY Alex, Im having a great time watching your interesting new lesson, and I have read all your comments on Engvid that help me improve my English very much. Thank you very much, and have a great day!

VietNam1984

    You too! Thanks a lot for watching and for your feedback.

    Alex

Alex, you are a great English teacher. Your classes are wonderful. Thanks a lot!

John B

    My pleasure. Thanks for clicking on the video and for studying with me, John. :)

    Alex

Thank you, Alex.
(˚ ˃̣̣̥ω˂̣̣̥ )I made some mistakes in the test.
Please, tell next the article.

mamemama

    I have some lessons on articles. Just use the “Search” box at the top. :)

    Alex

We really had a good time watching yout video, thank you Alex. By the way, sometimes I use the trick of the”fake phone” as you did in this video.

Canardo

    Haha. I think that gesture is universal.

    Alex

alex,I had a good class with your video ,thank you so much, you are a great teacher !!
your class is very interesting.

giancarlos

    I’m happy to hear that. Thanks for clicking and for studying with me!

    Alex

Thanks for your lesson. God blesses you! Hope you will have more lesson on Engvid.

lephanquangha

    I’ll have lessons for many years to come. :) Thanks for your feedback!

    Alex

Thanks for this useful lesson. I am having a good time with this video and looking forward to another new one

yihshi

    That’s great to hear! Thanks for studying with EngVid!

    Alex

Thank you. I got 80, lol…

bongaquino

    That’s good! Keep studying!

    Alex

Thank you, It is very useful on line class.

PANKAJ JADAV

    You’re quite welcome! Thanks for watching.

    Alex

Thanks for your videos that teach me a lots.

Roychen0203

    No problem! Don’t forget…

    A LOT OF
    LOTS OF

    These are the two forms. NEVER say “A lots.” :)

    “They help me A LOT” is okay here.

    Alex

thanks Alex
your lessons always wonderful

salamalg

    Thanks for your kind feedback!

    Alex

very helpful. thanks

Nizamuddin58

    You’re very welcome!

    Alex

Hi Alex! Thanks for this video it was very interesting. New ways of using the verb “have” on different situations, I am convinced it wll help me when having a conversation.

Aleachi

    For sure. I wanted to give the most common/useful expressions here.

    Alex

Thanks!

daniel20su

    Any time. Thanks for clicking.

    Alex

Thanks Alex i got 9 of 10!

Ucielfox

    Nice job! Now practice the expressions in spoken English!

    Alex

thanks. it si very useful…..

Elmer Merino

    You’re very welcome. Thanks for clicking and commenting!

    Alex

thank you sir

Yazavinder Singh

    No problem! Thanks for checking out my video.

    Alex

      that was very brave of you what’s meaning of this sentence??? how can i understand ??? any simple idie to recognise

      pri123

        “That was very brave of you” means “You were very brave” or “Your act was very brave.”

        Example:
        You jump into the middle of the street to save a child from getting hit by a car.

        A stranger might say, “That was very brave of you!”

        It’s like saying “That was very brave!” or “You were very brave!”

        Alex

Nice job! Now practice using the expressions in conversation.

Alex

very useful video lesson, thank u :)

mona moheb emara

    You’re very welcome.

    Alex

nice for my beginning. i enjoyed and it is so shaping.

musyani

    Thanks, musyani! I’m glad you enjoyed it.

    Alex

I loved this lesson.
It is very important lesson.
Thanks

nelci

    “It is a very important lesson.”

    You’re welcome!

    Alex

great
can you repeat the words in your videos many times to know how to say them >

orchida

    I’ll try to do this in the future. :)

    Alex

Mr. Alex you’re probably the best teacher all over the world from my point of view.
you always make everything look so easy and funny!!
Maybe i’m becoming addicted to Alex’s lessons…
is there a treatment that could i do for this??
i can’t wait to watch your next lesson….
kind regards

violetree

    Thanks a lot for your kind words. You won’t have to wait too long for the next one!

    Alex

Thank you so much Alex
we appreciate you so .

@manal 93

    Hi, Could you give me your email id ??

    Ankur Aggarwal

    Thanks, manal! I’m glad you enjoyed the video.

    Alex

Thanks Alex, for a such good lesson! I “had” 100

Edykamar

    Nice job! You can say “I have 100,” but it’s more common to say “I got 100” in this context. :)

    Alex

Thank you sir, i am having a good time watching engvid videos… you guys are Awesome…

karan singh Bisht

    Thanks, karan! I appreciate that.

    Alex

Thank you so much Alex. I had 100 points. Your lesson is very useful.

sakura daole

    Fantastic job! Keep it up. Now practice the expressions in speaking.

    Alex

Thankyou, so much, I ejoyed it, I got 90 pints.

Rouse

    Nice job! Thanks for studying with EngVid.

    Alex

Thanks Alex

Alexsalidodiaz

    You’re very welcome.

    Alex

Ok thanks Alex, You,re great !

Ankur Aggarwal

    Thanks, Ankur. :)

    Alex

Hey Alex, you are great! Thanks! My english is bad but i understand the video and Im so happy I took the test 8. i hope to improve more and more! T Hey Ale! I want to do a interchange that year, have you some indication? Sorry my bad english!hank so much! Success!

alinebav

    Nice job! I’m glad you found the video useful. What interchange are you talking about?

    Alex

Thanks Alex. Great lesson. But what about the expression “to have a (some) rest”? What do you think of it? Should we say “to take a (some) rest instead of saying, you know, “to have a rest” or “to get a rest”. I always get confused about this expression. Thanks again.

HugoMedeiros

    I’ve said both, “I need to have a rest” and “I need to take a rest.” Same with “a nap.” You should feel confident using both.

    Alex

Hi, Alex. Thanks for the lesson. You speak pretty clear and I understant you very well. Thanks again! :)

Mihailman

    You’re very welcome. Thanks for watching!

    Alex

Thanx alot alex 😀

Reemaa soliman

    My pleasure.

    Alex

Great material! Keep up the very very good work!
Have a nice day ;)

pgrudzien

    You too! Thanks for watching! :)

    Alex

10 out of 10 :)

EffieS

    Great job! Now practice the expressions in speaking.

    Alex

Thanks got 90%

Abdul Qayum

    Nice job! Keep studying!

    Alex

Thanks teacher, I got 10/10!

Ana Farias

    Perfect! Keep it up!

    Alex

Thanks Alex

yaraeb

    You’re welcome. Thanks for clicking and for studying with EngVid.

    Alex

Thank you so much .I have got 8 correct out of 10

Oday

    Nice job! Keep practicing. :)

    Alex

Thanks I am so happy because I am having this time with your lessons!! see you in the next time..
Christian from Nicaragua

darielarturo

    Thanks for watching, Christian! I appreciate your feedback and support.

    Alex

Thank you Alex

emrahbulduk

    You’re welcome.

    Alex

Thanks

wechasing

    Any time!

    Alex

you have a simple way for reaching the information thank you

dawlatyaktieen

    You’re very welcome. Thanks for checking out the video.

    Alex

so great learning english thanks for your learning

mohamett-canfalaq

    “Thanks for your teaching.”

    You’re very welcome.

    Alex

She _________ problem with her boyfriend.

why “is having ” right
and “has” wrong

rohit1497

    “She is having problems with her boyfriend” means she is currently experiencing problems with him. This means that normally she does not have any problems.

    “She has problems with her boyfriend” is also possible, but is much more general and means something much more specific. Like “I have some problems with him. For one, I hate how he eats!”

    “She’s having problems” is much more common.

    Alex

thanx you mr. Alex

sahar elsayed

    You’re very welcome. Thanks for clicking.

    Alex

Good night, Alex. Thanks for this class and also for this quiz.

coelhoeng

    Any time. I’m glad you enjoyed it.

    Alex

Thank you, Alex. Actually your speaking style and pronunciation is clear that made me understand your lesson clearly. Thank you so much.

Mamoon.st

    My pleasure. Thanks for watching.

    Alex

Thanks Alex!I’ve got 10 out of ten

Kate1982

    Great job! Now use the expressions in speaking practice.

    Alex

I`m so greatfull, like always)

Nikolla

    You’re very welcome.

    Alex

Thanks a lot Alex!

khalidoo

    Any time!

    Alex

Thanks to everyone for helping us to improve our English!

djmainero

    My pleasure!

    Alex

Thank you.

pavanut2

    You’re welcome.

    Alex

Thanks! Is it possible to say ” I’m having a look at …”? You’ve put ‘have a look at’ in a category with Continuous tence. Thanks

Sofia1

    Absolutely.

    “I’m having a look at my taxes, and I don’t like what I see.”

    Alex

      Thanks!

      Sofia1

You’ re such a good teacher.. Thanks a lot.

teonull

    You’re very welcome. Thanks for clicking.

    Alex

I had a very very good time with this video. Thanks for all thing.

Ninoshd

    “Thanks for everything.”

    My pleasure. Thanks for watching!

    Alex

Hello Alex,

I am not sure if I heard well but Can I say “have a listen”.

diegofbm

    Sure! If you want someone to listen to a song on your phone, you can definitely say, “Here. Have a listen.”

    Alex

This website is a gem. Thank you to all the instructors here!

pmdayang

    I’m sure I speak for all of us when I say it’s our pleasure. Thank you for studying with EngVid.

    Alex

I have a great progress in my english thanks to you Alex.Keep going giving us so understanadable lessons!

katerinapas1

    I will do my best!

    Alex

Hi alex
can I say I have as I want or I need ?

Elsawy

    “I have” is much different than “I need” and “I want.” “Have” is most often used for possession, while “need” and “want” are used for desire.

    “I have a winter hat.” (I have it!)
    “I need a winter hat.” (I don’t have it, but I need it!)

    Alex

A very helpful lesson for beginner like me. Thanks Alex:)

Chris.S

    You’re very welcome! Thanks for checking out the lesson and for your comment.

    Alex

Thank you, was an excellent lesson!

Scudeler

    You’re very welcome. Thanks for clicking, Scudeler!

    Alex

Hello Teacher,
Is that enough?
No, I’d like half as much again, please.
What does this phrase (half as much again) mean here?
Give me an example in number.

gag

    It’s difficult to answer this question without more context. The word “again” makes it sound strange. Maybe you’re trying to say something like “I’d like more, but just half as much.” (if you’re asking for another helping of food, for example)

    Alex

      Hello teacher,
      Yes, I mean “I’d like more”, for example:
      Somebody gave me $10, so he said “Is that enough?”
      I replied “No, I’d like half as much again, please.”
      How much should he give me, then?
      150% of $10?
      $15 more + $10 (the original amount)= $25 that I need from the person, is that correct?
      half a much again!!!

      gag

i like your method of teaching its very good for me i understand your conversation so you are my best teacher and freind.thnx alot

alimd

    Thanks for watching, alimd! I really appreciate your support and your feedback. Keep studying!

    Alex

Thank you Alex

dryaloha

    My pleasure!

    Alex

hi alex as you know in america and canada bad means very good . how such a thing is possible? and when the person uses bad how can we find out is he/she refer to exellent or bad ?

m 16

    Those are really good questions!

    “Bad” has a positive connotation (meaning) when used as a slang word. This is common in English slang – “sick”, “ill”, and “wicked” also mean “good” or “cool” when used as slang. You have to figure out what is meant based on context. Is it a formal setting like work or school, or casual, like playing videogames with friends? Is the speaker disappointed or impressed?

    A note: “bad” can have a slightly different meaning when used casually or as slang. It can mean bad (as in dangerous/tough) but in a “cool” way. For example, Ludacris’ song “My Chick Bad” or the “bad boy” archetype.

    engVid Moderator

      thanks lot mr or mrs unknown. Ive got all i needed on this subject.do you mind if i ask your gender?

      m 16

hi alex i wanna know something about best way to speak politely i need your help please, beacause in the near futur im gonna having an an interview with germany immigration office pleas please help me because i cannot cancern to speak, im waitng for your answear bye

alimd

    Without more context, it’s hard to give you a complete answer, but I’ll try. Polite expressions you should memorize…

    Nice to meet you.
    Thank you.
    Please.
    I would like…
    Could I…?
    Could you…?
    Could we…?
    Would it be possible to…?
    I think that…

    I hope this helps at least a little bit.

    Alex

Yeah! It’s short, useful and excellent lesson. Keep it up!
I would like to ask for something different. Namely, do you know how to contact with developers of this website?
1) It would be great if finished lessons (with filled up quizes) in ‘All lessons’ section would be marked by special color or sign.
2) Are you planning to release engvid android app?

Greetings from Poland!
(and sorry for possible mistakes)

belzebubek

    I have forwarded your message to the site designer. No promises. :)

    Alex

Thank you so much teacher Alex, your explanations are very clear. I had a good time learning English with you today.

Arthit1984

    That’s fantastic to read. Thanks for studying with EngVid, and good luck with your English! :)

    Alex

Sir, You were about to make a video about the difference between Less and Lesser. I really have been waiting for that. I hope you remember Alex.

Abb

    “Less” (adverb) refers to quantity, “lesser” (adjective) refers to quality.

    I would like less than that, please.
    This is a lesser movie than his first one.

    Would you like more or less?
    He deserves a lesser punishment.

    Very few people actually use “lesser” in conversation, though. It’s not a common word.

    This information is already freely available on the internet. :)

    Alex

thanks Alex it was pretty interesting and i have learned a various meanings to use have in different situations, the way and your account give more motivation to someone like me i hope that you thinking to do a papier quiz as Supplementary help that’s will be great for learners thanks

jawaddo14

    You can check out our Resources section if you’d like some paper material. Otherwise, we just have the online quizzes after each lesson.

    Alex

Respected Sir! I’m a new English learner student. I’m learning English through your channel.
Your last lesson was about ‘Have Expressions’
I know, “Have” is a main verb and an auxiliary verb.
for example main verb: eat, eats, ate, eaten, eating
have, has, had, had, having
1. When people use in a sentence ‘have had’
I can understand = 1st have is an auxiliary verb(Present Perfect) & 2nd had is main verb(as 3rd form)
2. When people use in a sentence ‘had had’
I can also understand = 1st had is an auxiliary verb(Past Perfect) & 2nd had is main verb(as 3rd form)
3. When people use in a sentence ‘will have had’
I can also understand = 1st will have is an auxiliary verb(Future Perfect) & 2nd had is main verb(as 3rd form)
4. I know ‘Had’ can use in any tense as 3rd form(main verb). for example: could have had, should have had, would have had etc.

But the problem is, when people use in a sentence
=’auxiliary verb + had(as main verb 3rd form) + 3rd form’ for example
= will have + had + eaten, would have + had + done, could have + had + gone etc. I don’t understand this?

when it use in a sentence ‘have have’ / ‘has have’ / ‘have has’
I don’t understand this?

Please Sir, I’m waiting for your lesson desperately about these 2 questions.

M. Osama Shahid

    “But the problem is, when people use in a sentence
    =’auxiliary verb + had(as main verb 3rd form) + 3rd form’ for example
    = will have + had + eaten, would have + had + done, could have + had + gone etc. I don’t understand this?
    when it use in a sentence ‘have have’ / ‘has have’ / ‘have has’
    I don’t understand this?”

    These are all non-existent structures. If you see them somewhere, they are wrong. This is probably why you don’t understand them. Just forget about them because they don’t exist in English…not even in spoken English. :)

    Alex

      Respected Alex Sir!
      Thanks, Thanks a lot for your reply.
      Now I can understand.

      M. Osama Shahid

    Hello,
    Would have + had + done/gone …
    THIS IS ENTIRELY WRONG!!!
    Don’t bother yourself looking for it anywhere, friend!

    gag

Thank you for your Helpful and interesting lessons. You are great teacher :)

TimurMakhmutov

    “You are a great teacher.”

    Thanks a lot, Timur, and thanks for studying with EngVid.

    Alex

Alex thanks for your lesson, i undestood better about have, my english is not the best but i try! beacuse i need learn english.

LULU15

    Nice job, Lulu! Keep studying.

    Alex

Hi alex I am from Dominican Republic and I want to thank you very much for all these english classes you are giving us. this is priceless God bless you. You can’t even imaging how many people all around he world is learning english with your class thank you again

Caribbean

    Thinking about this is amazing. Thank you so much for continuing to study with EngVid, and for your kind feedback.

    Alex

thank you

venusravs

    My pleasure!

    Alex

thank you for help me ,it is amazing class

jubi

    “Thank you for helping me. It is an amazing class.”

    You’re welcome!

    Alex

thanks a lot Alex.
How was the dinner with your Mom!!

mazenbasel

    Always excellent. I’m lucky because she’s a fantastic cook.

    Alex

I have a great time in your video.thank you.

May

Thank you very much.It’s very useful to me.

Swe Swe Aung

    I’m glad to hear that. Thanks for studying with EngVid!

    Alex

      I cann’t comment in this class. My comment is still wainting by engvid approve. I would like to know why is it happen.

      Feriha Feriha

Many Thanks : )

Hbengineer

a very refreshing excellent lesson, thank you.

mohamednyala

HELLO ALEX,
ON YOUR VIDEO ABOUT “AIN’T”, THERE IS AN EXAMPLE I HAVEN’T UNDERSTOOD.
YOU STATED:
HE AIN’T GOT A CAR.
IT MEANS : HE DOESN’T GOT A CAR.
WHY DON’T WE SAY: HE HASN’T GOT A CAR, THEN?

gag

Thans a lot Alex. It is the first video that I have ever watched from you and I decided to follow you anymore. You spread positive energy :)

griptenolcek

Thank you for the lession. Love this

franklosa168

I got 50 % in the Quiz :( lm having a problem in learning English.

hadil25

I am really happy to found your classes. Thanks so much.

akad

You’re a good teacher!!!
Thanks for your classes.

bre4oliveira

THis video is very helpful,is there any website through which we can talk with foreginer?.coz im not a native speaker,please help me some one,quddus494@yahoo.com

quddus khan

Because of this site and all of you guys (teachers in this site), you’re doing a great job of helping the people like us wanting to learn on how to speak and understand english completely. Keep the good job and God bless you all.

Is there something wrong with my grammar? Hahaha

Thanks a lot.

I am Reymond from Philippines

emond24

I got 10 correct out of 10.many thanks to you,your lecture is very useful coz ‘have’ expertion was make me confuse when i was used it :D.

hassan daib

I am sorry. But may I please ask you a question of why we can not use having a car? For instance, someone booked a car from somewhere, and will be arrive next week. is that possible to say he is having a car, always say he is about to have a car

p6859783

I am having(dinner or the dinner) with my family right now>> choose and why ?

FaYaD Jr.

Thanks

Muhudin89

Thanks Alex.You are my favourite teacher in engvid.com :).

Feriha Feriha

thanks!! Thanks!!

thalita

thank you

jamal.jkb

awesome video

ffinau

Thanks a lot Alex

Omar Youssef

thank you I am learning with your videos again thank you. Marina

marinalopez

thanks!!!!
very useful video lesson!!!!

leandronada

Nice! i got 10 out of 10 questions! uhuuul!

Thiago Garoti

Hello, I would like to know: Why do we use “Have” for a 3rd person intead of “has”?

NOA1991

very good the lesson. thanks Alex!

frelio2005

Thanks mr alex that was very usefull

Nemathoseini

Excelent video Alex¡¡ Congratuliations for this job. I am glad to be a part of this great group of people that learn English and to have great teachers like you…thank you very much for all your support

fcabellorivera

Thanks! teacher

LuisEnglishSpeaker

Thank you very much :)

emre02

great, thank you !

Wanck

Thanks Alex!
As every teacher at EngVid you have a wonderful way of explaining concepts… so easy and so fluent to follow!

Mali90

Thank you so much, like always very useful. You are a wonderful teacher. than

Marta Lopez

Thank for your class but i have a more lesson about have. Do you have more excercises ?

Alejandro Rivera

You are a great teacher. I love your lessons very much.

msrom

So great master Alex you’re my favorite teacher…

Dr Youcef

thank you so much i really like your way of teaching

noha mohsen

thank for this great video but why should we use *a* with talk !!!!!!!!!

haiofa

thank you very great video

solongoo

Quite helpful lesson Alex. Thanks!

Eduardo França

I have get 10/10 score

Thanks a lot Mr.Alex

hamdimansoor

thank you

Gamar2016

I had a great time watching this video
thank you teacher Alex.

Fatima.J

Toujours intéressant comme d’habitude. Un prof qui fait progresser et aimer l’anglais.

beernaard

Thanks

rawanzat

thanks it is helpful

pradeepvkp5

thnxx alot 4 this perfect lecture

sadam abdulahi

I have get 9/10 score

Thank you very much Mr.Alex your explanations are very clear

Antonio

zagor63

Thank you very much Alex
am always having a problem with the grammar am always trying to learn but unfortunately i have no body to practicing with .
so my question is : what you recommend me to do
thanks again
Abdu

acmilan62003

10/10
I am having a good time with this lesson
it was easy to understand “Have”
Thanks a lot, Teacher Alex

Barca86

very useful thanks alot but i have one question please about quiz
in num three why i use having a insead of have a ?

BouHamdy

Thank you very much Alex

SUKRUT JAIDEE

Yahoo I got 10/10
so I am having good time watching this video

asifameer

Hello teacher
You are the best i had an excellent class with you. your accent is lovely.
keep going teaching english with these resources.
bye bye

uvescos

Thanks for all Mr. Alex

AlexisSegovia

Thanks alex, Ihad extraordinary about have subject

Mka7708

Thanks a lot for this helpful video

monzirfoxrfox

Thanks sir, for your tutorial.

haider007

Thank you a lot,Alex!You are a great teacher.I was glad to have an opportunity to watch your video-lesson!

Natalia@

You are amazing

Mahmoud mongy

excellent class alex, thank you for all, good bye from Chile

fernando9949

Only thanks, but a lot!!!

jaume

i love this site so much.. i try to learn english everyday, because i want to study in USA :) thanks Mr. Alex and everyone!!! :)

kimdanasjzs

Thanks Alex! Great work!

Jose Lazzo

please, i need to do the test again. I was very bad..por please! but, teacher is the best. I´m I am poor student and beginner. Regards

ccmaria

useful lesson again. Thanks!

Dinesh

Alex!! I don`t understand why “my neighbors have a new car”?? Present Indefinite – He has. Or no?

Thanks

Veera Adamovich

Sorry)) I understand -neighbors it is plural))

Veera Adamovich

Thank you Alex.

ann ann

Thanks mate! Good job!

nilofer1964@hotmail.com

I’m feeling bad my English is very bad

Juan2791

Thank you so much.

mynassar

Thank you so much, really helpful.

ersaaditya

Thank you Alex for this lesson. This site is very helpful for me. I love to listen to you. I send greetings from Poland.

Ewelina2802

Very useful video as ever. Thanks Alex!

jose4

Thank you for this lesson Alex, and have a nice day.

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Wow! Thank you so much.
I heard this site from my niece yesterday.
This is my first vist today.
I think really good site. thank you so much again.

sorumom

Hello,

Which is correct or different between these?

get headache
have headache

Thank you.

FabioCA

Alex,great lesson,as usual,but unfortunately there was
no sound at all. I just read your explanations twice.
I got 100, anyway. Thanks to you.

Sonia1234

Thanks a lot, Alex!

travelmama

Hello Alex. Thank you for your interesting lectures. You are a great teacher. Your lessons are very interesting. I learn a lot of new things about the things in grammar i didn’t know before.

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Thanks! I had a great time watching your video) I got 9 correct out of 10.

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I am having a word about this lesson) Thank you for that )

Onegin Evgeniy

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Yriy

thanks!

shihai182

Your pronounciation is the best ever for us. Also, we follow your all lessons fondly. Thank you a lot for your valuable informations…

WorldCitizen

Lovely lessons.. you are a best teacher alex..thankyou so much..as you always says in your videos-“thanks for clicking” i just love it. I’m thankful to you and engvid.com

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I got 10 out of 10. Thanks a lot for your videos.

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I am having a great lesson with Alex by EngVid.com.
Thanks
:)

Tammyjang1

Thank you . you are a best Teacher, I am your student from Cambodia.

Kanha Sok Heng

thanks , I lean it with my kid.

rhode yao

Hi Alex In last question why is “AM HAVING A” when “GREAT TIME” is uncountable. I am confused.

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