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Many thanks I would like to explain between Protester
Dominator
You have a nice day

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    The distinction is simple enough.

    A protester protests. They are someone who expresses their displeasure with some aspect of society, the place they work, etc.

    “Dominator” isn’t actually a real word, but you can use it to refer to a person who dominates. Basically, someone who completely conquers, controls, and has power over a situation, person, etc.

    I hope this helped. Thanks for the question.

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      I apologize. I just checked the dictionary and “dominator” is a real word. My mistake! I just haven’t heard it used very often.

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        Don’t worry Alex, we all make mistakes from time to time.But the important thing about it is that we learn from them.

        Have a great week!!!

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          Hello,
          am miss jasmine i am interested to know you, Please contact me at (jasmineyak25@yahoo.com)i find your Profile beside there is something very important i will like to tell you when you contact me, just write to me on my email address and i will respond to you. waiting to
          hear from you. miss jasmine

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      Can I ask you a question?

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    thanks a lot, Alex.

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    Alex, many doubts appear about the use of Like and AS when we use them as prepositions. I’ve seen some examples such as: I like blonde girls as Mary and Joice. In this case I can assert that I like blonde girls and also like Mary and Joice because they are blonde. ON the other hand when I say I like blonde girls like Mary and Jose I’m saying that I like blonde girls but not necessaraly Joice or Mary. Thank you so much.

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    i got 8/10

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    9 out of 10

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    Thanks

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My score was perfect! Ya~y :D Honest to say, I have been confused about…especially, everybody and everyone. But I understand them because of you! Thank you so much, Alex :)

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    You’re welcome! They are essentially the same words. “Body” and “one” refer to an individual.

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      I got it! Thank you :)

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thanks alex! this lesson is really a big help for me.

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    I’m glad to hear that! Thanks for clicking on it.

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I have problems with number 7; could you explain me?
Do you know anyone who WANTS to come? or
Do you know anyone who WANT to come? I chose de second one

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    I think, in the sentence:

    Do you know anyone WHO wants to come?

    You have to use WANTS, because “who”, is singular.

    always under my opinion, of course.

    Have a good day.

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      Who is neither singular nor plural.

      “I know some people who like to work at night”

      “I know someone who likes to work at night”

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    “Anyone” is a singular pronoun. Because it’s a present simple question, you have to use the third person singular for the verb “want.” As in, “he wants,” “she wants,” etc.

    I hope this helps.

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      But I am confused because we have the auxiliary verb “do”, likes in “Does anybody want one?”, so I thought this example would be the same.

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thanks I got 90%.

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    Nice job!

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It is very interesting and easy lesson. I understood everything in this lesson and got hundred. Thank you Alex very much.

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    hey Narek are you from Armenia???????????

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    “It is A very interesting and easy lesson. I understood everything in this lesson and got A hundred. Thank you very much, Alex.”

    Don’t forget your articles. The word “lesson” is a singular countable noun, and for the word “hundred” you must either specify “a” or “one.”

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very useful lesson .
thanks alex.

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    No problem. I appreciate your feedback.

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very very good leson thank you very much

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    You’re welcome! Thanks for clicking!

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very very good leson thank you very much

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Tnx sir..it’s was helpful…n I got 90…

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Very useful lesson Alex, this is a very simple thing but no one ever taught this to me !!!.

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    It’s often the simple things that are the most important. The simple things build your grammar foundation.

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      That is so true. I’m a student in English at level 2 (upper intermediate/advance) and I still had a doubt about that topic before watching this lesson… (Yeah, I know I could have found out before… a bit lazy maybe? ^^.

      Anyway, you’re so right. The basics are fundamental!

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Thx a lot ALEX sometimes i am confused about this title but l got %100 .)) your explanation is Really gooood ;)

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9 correct out 10. I think i got it, thx Alex.

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    Nice work. Thanks again for clicking.

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Nice tip!!

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    *thumbs up* I’m glad you found it useful.

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Thank you very mach for this useful lesson.
Very clear explanation

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    If a lesson isn’t clear, it’s not being taught well enough. Most things in English have some kind of logic/rule.

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if there is any one d’like to make an English conversation on skype, samerpiano@gmail.com
user name : sow.911

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Thank you so much for this lesson. Just a question though: Which pronoun should I use to refer to “everyone/everybody”?

For example: “Everyone is looking at me, THEY/HE/SHE might think(S) that I’m kind of strange person”
?

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    You would use “they” because while you are referring to individuals within a group, you are still talking about them AS A GROUP. Good question.

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      Subject verb-agreement seems easy at first sight, but when we run across with some of these pronouns is when the problem arises …

      …especially when we refer back to them later on in the spoken/written discourse, as you well pointed out in one of your feedback comments.

      Thanks for this comcise video-lesson Alex.

      Regards

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        …correction… “…conNcise video-lesson…” see? everyone makeS mistakes occasionally.

        Have a great week Alex!!!

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Thank you a lot!

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    Not a problem!

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thanks Alex :)

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    You’re welcome!

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thanks Alex, that is perfect ! you are amazing at explaining Grammar , each lesson of yours is helpful ….

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    Thank you for the compliments. I’m glad you find the lessons useful.

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Thanks a lot Mr. Alex.
I got 90%.
Really You are A Great Teacher!!

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    … I share the same opinion Raffi …

    Regards

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    Great job!

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thank you lot of teacher Alex.

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I got 9/10.
Thank you :D

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hello sir , its really amazing lession , i got 10+ 10:) :) n thank u so much

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Thank you.

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Than you very much. Your way to teach is very clear for me :)

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    That’s my goal. Dziekuje.

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      Hi hi, I’ve been reading some comments and I just noticed the word ‘dziekuje’ ;). Good job Alex ;) that’s very nice of you ;) and by the way nice hairstyle but I liked you more with the short hair ;) ;) Thanks for a good lesson.

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        If you look back at other videos, you can witness the various stages of my hair. Haha. It grows really quickly, and I’m sometimes embarrassed by it in some videos!

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Thank you

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Subject verb-agreement seems easy at first sight, but when we run across with some of these pronouns is when the problem arises …

…especially when we refer back to them later on in the spoken/written discourse, as you well pointed out in one of your feedback comments.

Thanks for this comcise video-lesson Alex.

Regards

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Hi Alex, I hope you are well.
I would really like you to make a video about jobs interview.

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    That’s a tough one. Some schools have 3-4 month courses about this issue, but I’ll see what I can do.

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I got confuse in question number 5?

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Thank you very much Alex.

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Thank You!!!! 90 Points.

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Thank you Alex. I have 100% correct. I very like your lesson. I love learn with you because you speak slowly so I understand almost all. I don’t understand the difference between anyone and someone, anybody and somebody, but I great. Can you see me what we see the subtitling, I don’t find that. see you later. cordially.

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    You can watch the subtitled versions of Engvid’s videos on youtube.

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thanks

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thank you so much, but i want to ask you what mean ” Y’all ” ????

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hi Nice lesson.You all are doing great job.keep it up.I am new student of yours and have a request, could you please upload a video for explaining the difference between of course,surely,certainly and
definitely.
Thanks and best regards ,
Rakesh Rk

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As I understand “anyone” ,”anybody” are used for negative or interrogative sentences and “someone”, “somebody” for affirmative sentences. Am I right?
Thank you!

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    Yes and no. A common misconception about the word “any” is that it is only used in negative statements and questions. If that were true, how could I make sentences like these?

    I’d like anyone with talent to join the team.

    You can talk to anyone you want.

    It’s also commonly used for offers and requests.

    Would anyone like a drink?
    Let me know if anyone calls me.

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      I understand.I think “anyone” “anybody” in affirmative sentences are more like ” any person, no matter who” or “whoever” while “someone, somebody” are more like “a specific person”. More or less.
      Thank you very much!

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Thanks for the lesson Alex! But i have a doubt. “everything,anything and something” are they singular too??

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Thank you, very helpful and really i sued to use have not has, but now i understand which one can i use.

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Thanks Alex

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Very helpful topic.
Thank you Alex.

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Alex, I get 100% scores, thank you, you resolve my problem with someone, somebody, everyone and every one etc… thank you.

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    No problem!

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This lesson was very helpful for Me and may be for anyone here. It makes things clear in that topic.Thank you Alex! Your all lessons are grate!

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    “All your lessons are great.” :)

    Thanks for commenting!

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thanks alex

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Thank you

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    10 of 10 not because i am good student but because of teacher

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      That’s not fair to yourself.

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      It’s always a combination of the teacher and the student.

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Thank you for your lesson.

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I thought I can got 100% correct of this lesson

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I got to confess this lesson is confused

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    “This lesson is confusing.” :)

    It’s tough, but like anything, the more you see the structures, the more you use them, the more you practice, the better you’ll be.

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      Hi Alex since I found out this website I can’t help watching video you made . I’d like you to to explain me how to use though as a conjuction and to contrast with ideas . thanks

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    Each
    Everyone
    Every one
    Everybody
    Anyone
    Anybody
    Someone
    Somebody

    All singular pronoun
    it is like that friend

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Thank you for explaining the video.
I’ve been expecting that.
I have to say before that was difficult to undestand
Now I can be really glad.
Thought these words also belong to plurals, but it’s not true
Thank you so much Alex – interesting lesson

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Great lesson, thanks.
PS: Your avatar looks like an old Jake from Two and a Half Man

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    LOL. Thanks. It’s not my best look!

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I failed the first one but when I double checked it I identified my error…10Q, Alex…

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I think I got it, thank you again Alex, you are a great teacher!!

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Thanks for the lesson Alex.
Can’t wait to see your up coming video.

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    Thank you! It’s coming soon.

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hi Alex, thanks for ur lessons, i fond of watching ur helpful videos. i was woundering if could answer my below question!

What’s the difference between this two sentences due to meaning.

he has gone to America.
he has been going to america.

thanks.
best regards

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    “He has gone to America” can have two meanings. In one case, it can mean that he has gone to America at some point. For this meaning, it would be more correct to use “been” instead of “gone,” though. Otherwise, it can also mean that he is currently in America…he has left his country and is visiting or living in America.

    “He has been going to America” means that from the past until the present, he has been making regular visits to America. Maybe he works there, or maybe he has family there that he needs to visit on a regular basis.

    I hope this helps. Thanks for the questions.

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sorry i missed “You” between If and Could, as follows:

I was woundering if you could

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Hi Alex,
Everyone I know has a laptop.
Everyone I know have a laptop.
I doubted in “has” or “have”
If singular comes so we use “has”, where we can use “have”

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    One instance where you can use have is in yes/no simple questions. For example:

    Does anyone have an extra pen that I could borrow?

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8 of 10, i’ts not bad

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excellent lesson, as usual: thanks!

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10 out of 10! :) Alex makes everything be easy to us, students…

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    That’s my goal. Thanks!

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Thank you, Alex. I like very much your lessons and your way of explaining. You’re very professional and a very good teacher. Congratulations!!

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    Thank you. I hope the lessons are fun as well!

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Thank you Alex.

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Thank you very much, Mr. Alex.

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Hello,

What is the diference between everyone and every one ???

Thanks

nath

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why we use quizzing but don’t use meetting ?!

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    I’m sorry, but I don’t understand your question.

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Could you please help me to learn English language
Raf997412@gmail.com and my Skype is Shehab.refay please contact with me

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if everyone likes alex we will succeed
thanks dear alex

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Thanks Alex!
Very clear lesson!

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what is the different meaning between ‘anyone’ and ‘anybody’ , ‘someone’ and ‘somebody’ ?

I always appreciate your lesson !

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thanks and I have question: when is use anyone, anybody, any one, someone, somebody, each please

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Thank you.

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So in below sentence is correct?

which you have been used in E-Digital menu app

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Hi Alex,

I have some questions about the sentence “Do you ever..?” What does it mean exactly? I understood the sentence “Have you ever..? but I’m confused how they’re different.

Thanks in advance.

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Hi Alex,
Very helpful lesson!
Could you please do a lesson about Future Perfect and Future Perfect Progressive? I’ll appreciate it.
Thanks a lot!

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Thank you) You help me)

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Thanks Adam, this lesson is very useful and it seems to be a little confusing, but now it is okay.
Can you or someone explain when we use (do) in afirmatives sentences to emphasize a point?

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Thanks for the lesson Alex. Very useful and easy to understand. Clear as a bell) I got 10/10. I’m still not really good at Eng. Need to learn more and practice! EngVid helps me a lot. There’s something magical in perception of the foreign language logic, isn’t there?

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Thank Alex, the lesson was very inflammatory, i can keep in mind and can avoid mistakes. you do good job. work it.

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Thank you,Alex.Your vedio and your explaination are clear. I got 100%.

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i have got 100% thanks a lot Mr. Alex :D

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Thank you Alex,
I was looking for a lesson explain these words.

But I have some words I don’t understand either singular or plural like people and human being.

Best regards.

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Thank you teacher, I like your class about subject/verb agreement. I need to take more Quiz.

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Now, I understand, and I got 90%, thanks for your lesson, Alex :)

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THANKS ALEX..YOU WAS SO CLEAR

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Thank You So Much Mr.Alex, I have Scored 100 Out of 100. The way you teach English, is very simple and easy to understand. Many Thanks!

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i got 10/10 but when we should use everybody and every boy in a sentence ??

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Hey, I have a question.

Should I say: Everyone has to do something for their lives OR his/her life? because in this case I’m talking about anyone. Thanx =)

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thanks a lot, I did some mistake but I understood why now :)

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Thanks Alex, your class is great…!!

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Sir i am little bit confused about somebody anybody, nobody and everybody. They are all singular pronoun and has to be used third person singular for verb. For instance like we can use “wants ” as third person for all these pronouns. One Thing more where often i am to face problems when used either has or have with these pronouns during speaking and writing. please advise me. I will be stay in touch with you. Have a nice time.
Thanks
Khalid

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Thank you Alex. Very helpful lesson.

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Thank,I get full mark.

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great class!!! thanks

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my score is 9/10

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Thank you so much Alex, now i know how to use each, everybody,etc in sentences… see u in different eposides :)

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Thx

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It was really helpful, Thank you!

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Great lesson as always! It as very easy to understand. Thank you!

p.S. you should have your hair cut! :-) hahahaha

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Hi Teacher Alex,
i would like to said thank to much with your lesson, because i always wrong with those…

After i watch your lesson and i do the quiz i can get 10/10…
but i have some question to ask
what is the different between everyone and every one, someone and someone, anyone and any one, everybody and every body. i am waiting your comment.

thank Mr Alex

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great lesson i really understand very well it was completely clear and that of course you thanks

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Thanks! I got 90% I have to study more about this lesson.

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Hi Alex, could you help me please to use correctly the verb “to crow”, with some examples.

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Hi everyone and our great teacher. It is useful lesson , I have got 10 like katya.thanks

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100%100. thanks ALEX

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thank you :)

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Thank Alex for the video lessons. This video was very useful for me. I just hope I remember it while I am speaking. I like your grammar video.

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i got 100

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I was just watched the Jame’s lessons till now, but you’re a great teacher… you teach very very well and clear… thank you Alex, take care

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Could you please tell me what’s the difference between ‘anymore’ and ‘any more’ ??

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Hii…sir
i continuously watching ur engvid videos is very nice
actually i knew English very well but when i was speaking with people i m very completely blank why this thing happen i didn’t understand could you help me matter….

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hello, dear sir, since last 4 to 5 days I’d kept watching your all of the videos which are very useful for each and every conversation when we speak about 3rd person in English language so my point is to eager to know that from you to make a sentence with the help of this “”””every single one of them”””..thank you.
.

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Thanks for this lesson.

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Thank you for this lesson! I have one question…before I want to read or write smth in english, I make a sentence in my native language. It’s difficult for me to start making a sentence in eng. it’s better for me to know how it will sound in Russian. is it bad or not?????????? I think that it is very bad, because I can’t sound like a native speaker..and between sentences and a couple of words I have breaks.:(

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Hye alex sir, how are you.
In the following sentence
“I write this letter to please you”
“I wrote the letter in his very presence”
I can’t grasp the sense of PLEASE and VERY
I request you to explain the both sentences

Thanks

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thank zou teacher for this lessen

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Hi Alex will you help me with question no 4 and 10 plz

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THANKS

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owhh i got only 90 :(
i thought i’ll get 100

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what is or are differences between, there are older women and there are old women.

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Thanks a lot Prof. Alex
But, I don’t understand the structure of the following sentence:
“Someone needs to help us”
my question is we need help or that someone needs help?

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    Hi Majd. Wendawi, sorry for aswering the question to you instead of the teacher does, I understand that someone needs help us, in this phrase, we need to be helped !!!

    Bye and take car

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      Hi Patricio, don’t worry thank you, but the sentence includes “to” this made me confused
      Anyway, you can find that sentence in the lesson quiz
      thanks again

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Thanks to you I got 100!:)

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    i want u to speak english with me :) , wanna improve my speaking ability. :)

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congratulation Alex. you’re a great teacher.

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thanks a lot as always

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Fantastic lesson, Adam. Thanks =D

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i am sorry, i make a mistake in number 5, i forgot that question sentence is different, i mean you say “Does”, it is folowing by verb (without “s” again)
okay, i will learn more again.. thanks alex

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thank you for this lesson, I got 100.

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I got 100%. Thanks a lot !

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I got 90.Thank you for nice lesson.

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i got 90. thank Alex you are the best

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Excellent teacher. Thanks a million :D

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The first example has always been confusing to me until I’ve finally watched this video of yours teaching. It’s now crystal clear!
Thank you very much Alex, anyways! :)

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Good lesson. My dream is to watch the CNN TV and I understand all of the news.

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Thanks!! I can get 10/10 :D

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At first I wanna thank my honorable Sir Mr Alex.
I’v understood your lecture easily & obviously the lecture will be helpful. finally I’ve got 100 out of 100 & It’s my first time Quiz.

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Hi, Alex!
Could tell me how should I use “:”, or the video lesson that covered it?

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it helped me a lot to understand.

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Everyone here says thanks to Alex. Cheers..

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Good day Alex,

Would it be an exception or different case “everybody enjoyed themselves”? Can it also be said in present time “everybody enjoy themselves”?

Thanks
Engvid is great!!!

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After 5 years studying English now I got it! Thanks Alex!You’re great :)

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Hi Alex.
thanks a lot for your useful lesson.
I didn’t realize it before.
take care

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I didn’t watch the video before reply the questions, therefore, sorry for result.

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I got 10/10 =), really useful lesson, thanks very much Alex

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can you explain further question # 5

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hello Alex….can you tell me if there’s any difference between everyone and every one?

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9 correct out 10. I think i got it, thx Alex.

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9/10 just confused to the problem number 5.

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You got 9 correct out of 10.
:)

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10/10 :3

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i’ve got 9 out of ten!thanks alex your such a good teacher!i wish i could be more like you!

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Hey Alex! can I say, some of the students is responsible. does it mean individual student or students?

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thanks so much for the atractive lesson , could you mind to explain the difrrent between “eachone, and everyone”?

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HI everyone!
thanks for your explanition.
I have gotten 10 corect out of 10.

sincerely Salem

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I got 90% from 10 question, really it was usefull for me, thanks Alex for the lesson!

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thank alex
can you add more advanced grammar
as we in far world no enough money we have to pay
god save you

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o yeah, 10 of 10, Thank you Alex

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Tnx alex. I’ve had e problem with this subject and you make it like a piece of cake for me. It was very very useful

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Hi Alex~
I found this site 2 days ago. In your lessons, I was so impressed. That made me decide to study English more. I haven’t studied too much with you yet. Maybe I think you already mentioned about “all”…sorry, I can’t find…
Just I wonder.. above sentence “All require singular verbs” and the title of the song “All I want for Christmas is you”… In which cases, do I have to use ‘all + singular verb’ OR ‘plural verb’.
Thank you!!!!

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10/10
Thank you Alex

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I got number 5 wrong with the explanation ” In simple questions, verbs after “do/does/did” must be base form”. Why is by number 7 “Do you know anyone who wants to come ” right and not “want to come”. This confused me a little bit :)

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This lesson is very helpful. Thank you Alex

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Thanks Alex I got 80%
I want to study hard so I need for free lessons from your web sit

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Thanks Alex, I got 100%.
Can I ask a question?
Can I use EVERYONE instead of EVERY ONE, every time?? For example,
1. Everyone needs money.
2. Every one needs money.
Are both sentences correct?

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this was a great lesson teacher.thanks a million

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    you welocome

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9 out of 10, great lesson

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Hi Alex, I have a doubt, in the fifth sentence, could we say “We need somebody help us”, it would be correct?
Thank you in advance.

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Thanks a lot man it was very cognitive;)

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Thank you very much, Alex.

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Thanx

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Thank you alex!i am learning! ^.^

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this lesson is very helpful for me. Thanks a lot :-)

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sir please you just clarify my doubt .. what are the rule’s we can apply the agreement???

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Thank you, Alex, helpful class.

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Thanks alex .. it was a nice lesson
I got 10 out of 10 :D

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excellent lesson!

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thk, sir i got 10 of 10

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I believe that nice lesson is the most important one I ever had because I did know that every body is single I thought is puloral thanks a lot MR. Alex

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Hello Alex,
could you specify about pronoun “all” little bit. because I saw “All are dead” and as to things “All is ready” f.e.. Do we really use singular verb with “All” meaning people?

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Hi Alex,
It’sgood lecture but I need more and more…..Thx for u about this and others…..

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I took the quiz, but it did not show me how much I got write and how much I got wrong. If it’s somewhere on the page, please let me know exactly where.

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well thanks Alex. i have to say this helps me quite a lot. i’m always having problem with the agreement topic

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I got 80 out of 100 mark.

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Thank you Alex. It is really conducive to learning and speaking knowledge. I follow with interest!

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Thanks Alex, I got 10. This lesson is very helful for me.

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THANK YOU SIR

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Hello! Thanks for the lessons, they are always great, short and objective. I have a question, I always get confusion when use: I don’t have and I haven’t. Please, could you help me?

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Thanks Alex. I need some help with ALL and Every.
I’ll try to exemplify my doubt.

” All children like to play with water.”
“All children, that I know, like to play with
water”

In the sentence, which doesn’t sound right to me, please is it totally wrong, does it have a
different meaning, should I say ” Every child,
that I know…” so, I have serious problems
with that. Could you help me?

Thanks in advance.

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Thanks a lot Alex for giving us this opportunity to watch one of the most wonderful video which is provided by you and I am please to tell you that I scored 100 out of 100 so it shows this lesson is useful ,,,,, ,.
Alex I am facing something which is really making me unhappy and I really want to find the sort of this matter so Since last year I am learning English and I have learnt many things so whenever I talk with people I could understand them better but when I speak they cant get easily the things which I try to tell .
It makes me feel that I am very bad in English and there is not fluency on my speech it will really pleasure for if you give such wonderful advises regarding this matter …
Sincerely thanking you .
☺☺☺☺

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    Sorry some points are missing

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The trend is too long now Sir Alex for my comment to be notice but I appreciate this lesson very well.

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oh, I forgot to say thank you. :)

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thnks sir elex

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hello sir elex can you tel me plzz what is different between erey one and everyone

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10 out of 10.
I can understand very easily.

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Hi Alex

Could you plz tel me the difference between every and each?

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Thank you Alex :)

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I really like this course. Some mistakes you mentioned always happen to me. By studying the course, I can identify the subject and make the correct the answer! Thank you very much! Hope you have more grammar courses!

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9 correct out of 10 :)

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HI ALEX,Thanks for your lessons.but can i ask a question?in one of your comments above u wrote:
does anyone have an extra pen that i could borrow?
i didnt get why you used have not has?????

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Its okay !! thanks Alex !

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Thank you Alex. This lesson is very easy and clearly

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Alex, you are an excellent teacher, who in each lesson give to us the best.

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I got 9/10

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I enjoyed the class and hadb9/10. It really a useful material at least to me. Thanks Alex

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I got 10/10, but I’ve a question and please help me out with that
“Everyone reminds me of..” is correct
then why?
“to reminds everyone” is not correct
I’m really confused with ‘s’
where to use it and where not to :(

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thank you teacher alex.

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Awesome Alex you is my success shadow

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tnks very much,sir Alex.

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Thanks a lot teacher alex. I got 90 points!

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Very nice lesson. In fact, I like your lessons because they’re short and very useful.

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Hi Alex I’m a new user. Very useful this lesson !I have had this doubt for a long time. Nice to meet your site. Thanks

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Hi Alex. Very useful lesson. I was always confused about when use ‘is’ or ‘are’ in these cases. Thanks.

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I got 90

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i got 9 out of 10, i need to keep practicing. thank you very much.

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Congratulations Alex, I’m enjoying your classes a lot.

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Thanks a lot.

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Each + singular countable noun
Each of + determiner + plural noun
Is it the use determiner which allows us to use plural noun and singular verb? Could you please clarify this doubt.

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Got 9 out of 10. Thanks alex.

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Thank you Alex

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Great lesson! Thanks so much.

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Thanks to you, I am getting better and better.

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thank you alex

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Thank you ALEX

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In simple questions, verbs after “do/does/did” must be base form.how abuot
Do you know anyone who wants to come?

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oh, I forgot to say thank you so much.

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10/10
Thank you Alex.

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very useful lesson
Thanks a lot

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WOW thank you Alex
I got 100%

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thanks btother

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thanks alex! this lesson is really a big help for me.

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nice this lesson is help me a lot thank you alex. god bless you for helping many people here ^_^

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I gained 100 marks out of 100…..I was very encouraged by Alex…thank you alex

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Can you include in your next lesson (Have had) how to use it together in one sentence.. e.g I haven’t had lunch..

Thanks,
Shameer

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easy loesson
i got 100 percent

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easy lesson
i got 100 percent

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Each of us has an aim which to improve English.
I think someone is watching this video now.
Anybody doesn’t be successful without study.

Thank you.

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thank you :)

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Thanks for the lesson. I’ve made many mistakes using these subjects before:) But now everything is clear.

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Anyone who knows what love is by Irma Thomas. That is an example of the lesson :D

Thanks Alex for the lesson!

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Thanks sir for the lesson!

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Hi Alex. In this lesson you use straightforward examples to clarify your point. but it is not clear when we use more complicated sentences as since, or either sentences, etc. can we have like these examples to identify the verb-subject- object?

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many thanks Mr. Alex

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Thank you so much, you are a good teacher

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Nice chapter sir.But this time i did not get my lucky number(10/10=1).But I got 9/10.Nice lecture sir.Great love and affection from this indian.

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Thanks alex. I got 100% from you learning.

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Number 5 I doubted myself, I know the correct answer but I clicked letter B, But I know It’s A. Confusing

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thank you for your lesson sir!!!

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Thanks Alex. I got 90. I got confused with the does word.
I have a question. What verb will be used if the sentence is like these: “Each boys and girls has/have to take the test. Is it has or have? I am confused. Do I stick with the “EACH” word? Please enlighten me. Thank you.

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Thank you Mr. Alex!

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Thank you so much sir! Great lesson!

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Sir Hi
What is the difference between someone and somebody, anyone and anybody cte.
And what are they called

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Sir
Two and two makes/make four.
Neither I nor he have/has resigned.
Please

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9/10 thanks sir God bless you

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