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Hello Adam. Good job. It seems like there are no enough pronunciation lessons. A lot of learners have troubles with English vowels for example. What do you think about it. I would be grateful if you could answer me.

Profile photo of Marat-Pokrovsky Marat-Pokrovsky

This is a very helpful lesson. Thank you very much!

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Thanks for the superb lesson. I understood the main point of this lesson. I’d like to use copular verbs more often from now on. I feel like I can use copular verb expressions naturally if I practise using them with native speakers online.

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Hi Adam!

Why in the some questions from quiz you use IS in plural? For example – Which of the following sentences IS incorrect? May be – Which of the following sentences ARE incorrect? Isn’t it?

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    So interesting observation! :) There is only one correct sentence (one right answer). IS hints at this. Am I right?

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    Because only ONE of these sentences IS incorrect. All other sentences are correct.

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it was helpful thank you

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i got 9/10


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Hi Adam,
Difficult for me. I have been repeated three times the lesson and not be able to past of 89%. After the third attempt I learned the answers by heart.
Thanks for your work.

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Thank you Adam.
I did not do well with this exercise but will try again later.

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Great lesson! I never heard about linking verbs. It was very good to know. Thank you!

Profile photo of Brenda Carvalho Brenda Carvalho

Hi Adam. I need to do Toefl test. I need 28 points from writing. Do you do private lessons where I can send you an essay and you can advice me what I need to work on?or do you offer some sort of group on-line class for this matter. Thanks. Mila

Profile photo of MilaDjurd MilaDjurd

Thank you so much!

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I got 7/9, the lesson is quite tough, I must listen again many times, but i’m still wrong at the questions 7 and 9. Hope next time i’ll become better, Thank you

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This lesson was such useful. Thanks a lot Adam.

Profile photo of Henrique Alves Henrique Alves

In the question 9 : the first option is in Passive Voice , Does still considered copula verb?

Profile photo of OlaOth1993 OlaOth1993

Thank you so much Adam ;)

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Thank you so much

Profile photo of Habibullah sarwari Habibullah sarwari

does that mean that ‘Larry seems meanly’ is grammatically incorrect?

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It’s a very explained by Adam, he’s a good teacher.Thank you, love from China.

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can I make communicatin with you? Is this possible?

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Adam broh i’m hooked with your lessons but i’m so dead hooked with phrasal verb can you make a phrasal verb lesson with the verb (WEAR)

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Hi Adam, first of all, thank you for the great lesson. I have a doubt. May I to use “become” and “got” for the same meaning?

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Why is the Quiz is in Portuguese? I think is not good to understand because the trasnlation seeems wrong in many situations.

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Adam, thank you very much for this excellent lesson. Can we say all intransitive verbs behave like a copula? Some examples;

The kite rises fast.
Drops fall slow.
She dances nice.
The plain flies smooth.

What do you think?

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Adam, I have some extra questions.

Number 1:

The taxes increased significantly.
The taxes increased significant.

Which sentence is correct?

Number 2: You said we cannot use adverb with a copula verb. Can we use the structure “in an adjective way” instead of an adverb in those sentences? For example;

Honey smells well (I know this sentence is wrong)
Honey smells in a good way (can we use this?)

Thank you for your help.

Profile photo of hdoneray hdoneray

Hi Adam, I’d really appreciated to learn your lessons. And I’m confusing to use following words in sentences.


Can you explain me with easy sample sentences?

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