by. Do you know how to use them? For example, do we say, “I am
ona taxi” or “
ina taxi”? Do you like to travel “
ina plane” or “
byplane”? After watching this simple but useful lesson, you will know exactly which preposition to use in any situation.
Thank u James.By the way,nice to meet u. I’m Feriha from Myanmar :).
˚‧º·(˚ ˃̣̣̥⌓˂̣̣̥ )‧º·˚ in,in . No.6&7 came in,in a taxi. OK! Thank you James.
I made these mistakes too
me tooo :) D:
Si do I
I made the same mistakes xd
10 of 10, thank you!
i got too
Got it. I’m going home by car because here it’s raining cats and dogs, it’s a typical May morning in Northern Italy. See you next time, thank you James.
Is it a general expression, or do cats and dogs fall from the sky actually?)) And yes, it’s raining now all over the south Europe, my place (south of Russia) including
Yes, it’s a common expression but I don’t know its origin. It simply means that it’s raining heavily. Anyway, on EngVid there are several lessons about weather expressions and I’m going to cope with this topic, given that this rain seems endless…
I see now, thanks. Yes, it is going to be raining the next week. By the way, it seems you get up really early – i have to wake at 8 a.m. by local time:)
It dates back to a time where houses had no ceilings and logs were used withhold the roof and the house walls;some animals like cats would climb onto the logs to sleep;however when it rained the logs would be wet and slippery, so these animals would fall. Hope I’ve helped you have a better understanding of the ” It’s raining cats and dogs!”. ;)
This explanation seems kind of strange. Is that supposed to be a joke or you really mean it ?
” It’s raining cats and dogs! (old-fashioned)
something that you say when it is raining very heavily It’s raining cats and dogs out there! It’s a wonder any of the men can see what they’re doing!” Cambridge Idioms Dictionary, 2nd ed. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 2006. Reproduced with permission.
Yes, it’s clear enough now)) Though I saw somewhere, this phrase came from some 18th sentury english fairy tale book..
Hi, there! You was interested about expression raining cats and dogs? Tadam) https://deepenglish.com/2016/04/its-raining-cats-and-dogs/
By the way, it’s, also, very good guys for learning English. So, try that one as well. Have a nice day)
Hi Canardo, you did mistake. your sentence should be i’m going to home by car
“You got 10 correct out of 10.
:D” – thank’s James!
I was always confused by those prepositions, and now I get it. Thanks, James.
How amazing! Thanks for explanation, clear,simple and precised. 10 out of 10.
What’s the difference between “2. We came here by car” and “7. We went to the airport in a taxi”? Could I say “by a taxi”?
You could say “by taxi” if you take out the preposition A. So it would be:
We went to the airport by taxi.
Otherwise, you must say IN a taxi.
its my same opinion , same fault as they said (
same as me.
thank you, Wellem. because of you, I figure out the question seven.
Thank you! I had the same doubt
Thank you James for your clear explanations.
Thank you James for this useful lesson. God bless you!
Thanks James …I understand prepositions!
Mr. James If I owned a glider Can I say in my glider or in my plane
*if I own(if you still have it). And You can use IN GLIDER.
glider like small boat as you say :)
Hello James, it was a nice lesson, that table made my confusion clear. Now I am expert at Prepositions. Thank you
super! and easy!THANK you very much!
7 correct out of 10))
hi James,thank you for the lesson. it’s helpful.
Thank u :)
Thank you Mr james it is very intresting lesson ..you are very smile….
thank you again
Thank you Mr james it is very intresting lesson ..you are very smile…
Thank you James so much! But what about: motorbike, snowmobile, coach, cart, canoe, scooter, rickshaw, aerostat, cable car, golf cart, skateboard ON or IN? Thank you in advance for your answer!
For a Motorbike and Scooter is probably ‘on’, because you have to sit on the motorbike. You should use ‘ON’ for cable car, because it is a public transportation (Large vehicle).
Thanks a lot James!!What a really useful lesson for all Spanish speakers like me, who always make these kind of mistakes with prepositions!!!
I thank you Mr James
Hi James, thanks for your lesson! I didn’t understand why my answer was wrong when I chose – “We went to the airport – by – a taxi”. I thought it meant – how – did we got to the airport.
it’s a little bit tricky, but when we say how it’s always by taxi/car/train/plane without article A; and when we go to somewhere in a taxi/a car
Now I understood, thanks)))
I don’t understand question 6, why I have to use in? Please, somebody explain it to me!
And question 7, how can I know, this sentence means we are in the taxi now and we’re going to the airport or we went to the airport by this taxi?
Oh! I also have a problem with those two questions
(6 and 7). Please, somebody help us!
“To come in” means to enter a room or a building. When someone returns from work or whatever, he/she gets in ( arrives at home),enters a particular building.As for the seventh question, you should pay attention to the article. To be transported by taxi but to go in a taxi.
Thank you James
Thank you, James for a great lesson and a very useful table! But why are holidays not included in the table (at, time)? Do they subordinate to different rules?
Thank you James
tomorrow we have meeting AT 5pm, i am ON the way, we will meet ON monday. i am going to school BY bus, james going to attain party in a taxi
James, thank you very much for your lesson. I’d like to ask what’s the difference between “2. We came here by car” and “7. We went to the airport in a taxi”? Could I say “by a taxi”?
Thank you so much
I don’t understand the preposition “by “when we speak about time.
You can watch the other lesson about By time and in time.
Question 7, Could you please explain to me why the answer is “in” and not “by”. Thanks in advance
Thank you very much for this very useful video lesson, James. It is very important to practice the correct usage of these prepositions. Greetings from Brazil.
Hello! The answer is “in” because of the indefinite article “a”:
* We went to the airport in “a” taxi.
* We went to the airport by taxi.
Hi Julio Cesar thank you so much. Regards
You’re welcome! Bye!
Very helpful. I have got the method how to use the word “at”,”on”,”in” & “by”. Thanks.
Thank you very much for this very useful video lesson, James. It is very important to practice the correct usage of these prepositions.greetings from Brazil.
Thanks James for this very, very useful lesson!
Come by one day! Come by whatever transportation medium you want, including your private jet airplane.
Oh thank you James, you’re a great teacher!!! Finally I could get this!
Thanks James. 9 out of 10.
We can practice writing skills together if you want to..
Thank you for this lesson . Could you add to this lesson how we can use preposition with feelings .
Thank you .
Thanks James! 10 correct out of 10 =D
Thank you James for your clear explanations.
Thank you EngVid…you are the best.
Excellent teaching James. Thz. Now I’m clear how to use these preposition:).
This was a nice short course on Preposition. Really helpful.
You’re an amazing teacher!! Thank you very much.
Thanks a lot you are incredible skilled to teach.I can Catch you up very easily.
Thanks Jame, I am studying grammar, it is very useful for me.
I enjoyed the lesson. Thank you.
Thanks James, I like this lesson . It’s very important for me.
Isn’t the 7th question wrong? it’s supposed to be By a taxi, not In a taxi…
Hey Jody. If there wasn’t the preposition “A”, it would need to be ” by taxi”.
He went to the airport by taxi.
He went to the airport in a
In a taxi *
Do you see the difference now?
I hope you got it.
Thank you :-)
Fantastic lesson as ever! Thank you James!
Can we say we went to the airport by a taxi instead of in a taxi?
Thank you! 10 out of 10. The best explanation on prepositions. Looking forward to watching new videos on such a topic!
Anyway, I got full marks. Thank you for the video. It’s really helpful. :)
Thank you very much James for this useful lesson.
would you mind chatting to improve more?
Thank you very much for the great and useful lesson.I like it.
I’ve just got 7/10.Hic!But I think I will listen your lesson again and try to do perfectly.
Thanks, Mr James for your interesting lesson
it was really helpful. thank Mr. James
Im from Karachi
it’s been really useful – given that some uses of prepositions can still be tricky for a great deal of learners, me included.
Thank you Mr. E and James, today I learned something new. I need to practice.
thank you for this lesson
thank you James , you save my life
Thanks James. It is very clear. It’s very important to understand how to use these prepositions.
the was very interesting i correct my mistake in grammar,thanks you so much Mr. James
it’s very helpful :)
I’ve got 9/10
congratulations engvid..u stil one coure and u make 1000 english coures
thank you James 7/10
Got 10 out of 10 because of you.
hello all thank you james just7/10
Great, I scored 10 out of 10, thanks james for such clear way of teaching!
I don’t make sense at sentence 6 that why do you use preposition ” In ” . Please explain to me to get it clearly
Thanks James, your class is excelent.
Hi James! Great video, thanks for teaching us the use of these prepositions.
That’s great. Thanks James
What does the question number five mean? in German or could someone explain it in an easier way?! thx
“…closing time, I want the store to be completely clean”
I think it means that the store must be clean in a very short time.
Hi James Thanks for the lesson. At Question 7, would it be also possible to use ‘by’ as well as ‘in’? I got it wrong because I chose ‘by’ instead ‘in’.
Please give me your answer. Thanks.
To say ‘by car” you would need to take out the preposition “A”.
By taxi / in a taxi
By car / in a car
i do’t understend
thanks for explaintion!
Salam Mr james Thanks for the lesson I give 70 present right answer in quiz test I did understand the 5th question please explained to me to get it clearly
I got 80% I think the it was good
when i can get best value..
Hi James, thank for your teaching me :) I got 9/10 :)
thank you james
Thanks James, it is very important for me!
7/10, not bad!
cool again, I wanna thank you so much.
Oh! I got confused in number 7.
Anyway, thanks a lot James. You’re lesson is very helpful and you’re cool. :)
Hi James, thanks for the lesson!
I have a doubtin question 6, can I use candies between candy or is it the same?
Thanks for this lesson
Hi everyone !
Is someone who can expline me why it says:”Mr Y came in work “? and not:”Mr Y came at work”,or to work . .I didn’t understand that.
Thank you for this helpful video you made, James. I learned a lot from it. =)
wow 9/10 This was unexpected!
i like this lesson, james, thanks
Thanks from Vietnam :) Do you have facebook?
thanks a lot….!!! very clear and funny…!!!
You make it so simple … 10 to 10 ?
Thanks james it was very helpful
I really can’t understand Q7 why in??? can somebody expalain to me i beg guys. actually i chose by.
oh shit i didn’t comment thank you
thank youX2 james you are awesome!
can’t be more clear.
Thank you very much!
I got 80?
thank u very much
Hello James, Could you explain me why you use “in” and not “by”in the sentence “we went to the airport in a taxi”. I think it’s due to the article “a” before taxi. I suppose I can’t say by a taxi but by taxi.
Thank you for this amazing lesson. In spite of my seventy three years old, thanks to you I improve my english. Have a good week-end.
I am so happy,I got 10 correct out of 10.And thank you so much James,your explanation is so clear!
You speak too fast, please speake abit slowly, thanks
90/100 I got 7th question incorrect and I am still confused with it. SPOILER ALERT! I am still wondering why the preposition is incorrect in “We went to airport BY the taxi” as it answers the question “HOW?” like
Okay I got it, it’s because of the article “a” before “taxi”. Kudos!
Why there is’nt any video for whatching????i can’t find any things.. ??
You mean you got 70.Right:)?
You speak too fast,please speak a bit slowly.
Thank you for these preposition, I really enjoy these practicals
I got 9 correct out of 10.
I’m confused with the number 7.
9/10 not bad :)
Great!I´ve been looking for this for a long time! thanks
Thanks for this lesson :)
I liked your lesson. All the teachers here are amaizing but only on your lessons I see ‘real teacher’s tricks’: the board is readay, using a funny character that participates in the lesson too and a final overview. That’s important) Good day!
I’ve made 10/10 :) but I have questions for this lesson. I’ll use 2nd task for example. If I’m saying: we came here by car. Can I say also: we came here by bus or should I say: we came here on the bus? Because in this situation we are talking about how i get there, not about how I’m getting there right now.
Please help me to understand the difference :)
Excellent ressource. Thank you!
Now, I know how to use these prepositions.Thank you for clarifying
8 out of 10! now I can use correctly those prepositions!!
You teach way is very interest.
Thanks a lot James.
Thank you! You teached very interesting and clear.
Thanks for the lesson ?I wish I had a funny teacher like you?
Thank you James. May be it easy to understand and many learner know this information but i think that for learners like me it is important to watch it and refresh our memory.
Thank you again, James! You have given us very helpful tips as usual. Another tip to understand the difference between “in” and “at” is according to the time you spend somewhere. For instance, if you are “in” a hospital, you are probably sick and will stay there for a long time. On the other hand, if you are “at” the hospital, you might be visitting someone and will leave the place soon.
Hi James. Thank you for making videos interesting! Can you please prepare a video about ‘since’ vs ‘because’? Recently I noticed that I don’t use the word because anymore, since there is no need for that. See, again :) I need your help.
It is a very good lesson!
thank you Mr. James for this explanation . now i have no problem with prepositions
it was a big problem to me too and he had fixed it
I have also confused “by taxi” at 7th question.But i wasn`t alone.
Mr.James, is “by taxi” correct at 7th question?
that’s my teacher! thanks!!!!
me too but 10/10 :)
It’s really amusing! I have had some doubts, e.g, “on the bicycle” but I have chosen and found out the right answer “by the end”… Thank you very much, James…
Thanks James, you’re such a great teacher, enough that you make me laugh during learning.
thankyou very much james
Thank you James!!! your classes are very good!
the no.7 question why we cannot choose the answer”by”. As you said before “how you got there”. Thank you for your teaching. Always funny~
i don’t know what is my problem i always got nine out of ten !
Thank you Mr James, I’m new student
Your the best teacher James.
Your videos have really helped me to improve my English serious and fast…
Thanks a lot man…
Can we say “In Uber”?
I think is “by Uber”. Because you used the Uber.
BUT this is just my thought.
I’m not sure, too ~~
Thank you James!!! I’m IN my office enjoying all EV lessons!
Very good! im learning too much with these teachers!
Great lesson as always James! I got 100 that’s what i’m talking about baby! haha
Thanks teacher james ..
Thanks, James .My score is 10/10 . It is a great lesson
OMG! I have being for a long time using “in” instead of “at” in a wrong way! (when it comes about locations) Thank you James for your proper explanation, I used to say “Meet me in my house” or “lets get together in the mall” now I know that when we are talking about locations the correct preposition is “at”.
Thank you, teacher! I liked to listen to you about transportation, time and location using prepositions. See you, then.
Nice!, I learned it faster than in my class of English. Very well, thank you!
Aren’t we supposed to tell you the “Way” we went to the airport?
7. We went to the airport ___ a taxi.
isn’t supposed to be “By” a taxi? because we used it to reach there?
Thank you so much, always you make me laugh,you have a very nice sense of humor. Thank
a little difficult for me. but i will try my best. thank James
thank u so much sir……….
Hello everyone are u ok?
I send my special hey for you(james)
James u are the best teacher that I’ve ever seen…. I wish u long life and happiness
I was,able to pass it 10 corrected of 10 and
James I owe u one maybe two
Ta ta for now
This flower dedicated to u @-}–
8 of 10, thanks a lot james
Thank you Mr. James
Man, I’m turned you fan congratulations… ;D
thank’s “James’ it’s very smart method that’ used for we differentiat between all this article, was useful vedio thank’s alot
You are too good. You should give a try in acting in movies ( in case you are trying i wish you get an early break) as you are so expressive.
God bless you.
I’m going back to BA. I like to drive when it rains. then I´ll make a cup of coffe and spend the day Watching TV.
Good explanation ,thanks.
Thanks, for such excellent instructions.
Can I say “By the Library” in the ninth question? It should probably mean “Near or close to the building”.
You are a great teacher!! Love your mood, so cool!
L love this lesson! It refreshes me from the right usage of the following prepositions:) Thank you! Teacher James:)
Thank you, the best lessons i’ve ever had
i got 7 correct out of 10.
thank you teacher
Thank you very very very and very muuuuuuch!!!!!!
i think no.7 is by a taxi not in taxi cause its about how he went
Thanks you is a very good training
Thank you so much you are amazing
thanks a lot .
Thanks for your efforts?
I got 9 correct out of 10.Thank Jame so much
Thanks you James. Its a pleasure to have a teacher like you. I love your determination and your funny lessons. so, i decide to subscribe and to listen to all your lessons. Go ahead brother. you show the example to black people. never give up. I will follow you. thanks a lot.
So useful thank u T james
thank you for having this type of lesson I really have a problem in using preposition that makes my grammar wrong. Thank you James
I got 10 correct out of 10 … Thanks James…
I learned of you. Thank you.
Hi James thanks for your videos.
I didn’t catch no 7. We went to the airport ___ a taxi.
I thought it were “by a taxi” because it answers “How did you got there?” “…by bus/car/train/etc…”
That`s exactly what i think
THANK U SIR BAHUT BAHUT DHANYABAAD
Thanks James , that was really useful but, Q #7 a little bit confusing i think “by” is more correct than “in” as they talking about the transportation .. or maybe it should be “we were in a taxi and went to airport” not sure
good lesson thanks a lot
10-10 :D .. thank you :*
10/10 thank you mr James
Mr. E calendar is really tough with no weekends.
James you’re amazing!A huge thank you!
Thank u james ….i learned a lot from this video and u explain good.
Very cool lesson, Thanks!
thanks it was good
thank you Mr.james
So useful thank u T james
Thanks a lot Mr. James for this helpful video I am so grateful
From Guatemala , thank you James!
Thanks for your efforts
Enjoy your lessons.
Thank you your are good teachert
thank you, James. I can clearly separate it. And i have another question about you have a sentence “we’re being very specific.” About the word “being”. when I need to use it? what is it grammar? thank.
Great . Thank you Mr. James.
That was really great class for me! Thank you so much!
Friends, who wants to have some practice English with me, please welcome! Always looking for interesting people!
One question Mr.James I using IXL and I want to now how you do prepostions
honestly i got 9, but i could have got 10.
10 out of 10! Perfect! 100 (:
Thank you, James!
Don to fall into the prepositions trap
I meant… Don’t fall into prepositions trap! Take James lesson!
Thanks very much to engVid team for the excellent professional grammar lessons .. looking forward to learn about sentence diagrams if any.
thanks a lot james you are the best
Thank you so much, it helped a lot
Great video! Thank you! You used simples exemples to show us the diferences.
What’up James! After this your lesson I think the meaning of the movie “By the Sea” is like near ….that’s correct?
Thank you for all!
Excuse me for my beginner English!
Hi, Mr. James, i really like your lessons.
Many thanks from Rome
Is it correct to say ” She is inside” when you want to emphasize that she is in the house (inside the house)?
Hi, thank you for the video, I have one sugestion, don’t put subttitles. I thought is no help to much to learn. For my case, the most important is learn listen, all the videos in the EngVid is to easy to understand.
Thank you again.
I have another suggestion to EngVid, if create a chat room, with support video, all students have a opportunity to talking with another student’s, help to improve english an make more confident.
Hello how are you doing today?
first of all i want thank you for your effort, secondly i wonder about that why the answer for ( We went to the airport by a taxi.) is wrong? . Although you told we use (by) when we respond. and i think that sentence assumed answer form.
thank you very much
10 on 10
Thank you :)
Thanks for the class teacher! Kisses from Brazil!
Thanks for the class. It’s useful. :))
10 of 10, thank you!
british says at christmas or at Easter .
I have got passed marks only. Anyway, thank you so much ‘James’.
Thank you for your explanation :)
Hi, I dont understand why in this sentence we use in 6. Mr E. came ____ from work and caught me eating all his candy.
We also have an exception about “how we can get somewhere without a vehicle”. We use “on” foot. Am I right? Thank you in advance. Great class!
Yes, that’s right.
10/10 thanks James for this nice lesson
only taxi and car we can used in the preposition in
my mark is 80% I’m carry
9 out of 10.Well, proper usage is still confusing me because the prepositions I use to encounter in my tests are way more complicated. But I hope, with more practice, it gets easier. Thanks for the lesson.
could not understand question no. 6
can u explain it plz
I didnt know at,in,on,by are so easy to understand. It was always problem for me but now ok. Thanks a lot.
Come in ？ is it correct？
Yes it is , as he said in the vedio ,”in” discrib the inside
thank you ! very useful
Thanks for the lesson teacher James :)
This is great! THank you! Super easy to understand!
Why was no.7 wrong? Why is no.7 in not by??
wawoo!!It’s amazing got 9/10.
I have a query to ask.
if we have to meet with some one and “we ask him to meet in street no 5” so here we have to use in or at???
Thanks, really helpful.
thank you so much
but i’m little confuse about
7. We went to the airport ___ a taxi.
it’s “in” becuse we have “a” before taxi ??
i have 7 correct out of 10.Thank you Mr James
hi mr.James, i’d like to ask number 7, why the answer is “in” ?
why not by ?
please explain, and sorry for my bad english
THANK YOU TEACHER JAMES FOR THIS USEFUL LESSON AND THE QUIZ TOO ALTHOUGH I DIDN T ANSWER SOME CORRECT BUT ITS GOOD TO MAKE MESTAKE
I can describe this,you are doing amazing work.
Thank you so much james sir but i not understand 6th sentence
Thank you Mr james it is very interesting lesson
Oh jezz! I answered 9 out of 10.. I need to learn more from you guys.. Thanks
Question- Please submit the assignment by April 12 Monday 8:15 PM or by 8:15 on Monday?
Can anyone clarify to me please?
9/10, i have to exercise… great lesson, thanks and greatings from South Tirol – Italy
thank u soo much ı get ıt
great!love the quiz…so yeah!
Jame you’re a fantastic teacher!!
6. Mr E. came ____ from work and caught me eating all his candy.
at on in
why is “in”,rather than “on”
thanks james. I miss that you sing haha
Thanks James i laked your class.
Thank you, sir, for a wonderful video and I understood it very well.
10 out of 10
10 out of 10
thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaank you! great explanation!!!!
I’m used to take long walks. If someone ask me very surprised How did you get here?
**Well I got here from me house by walking.**
Is that a correct answer?—
This lesson help me a lot
hello James, i think you’re a funny person cause I love your joke in the video, and actually your lesson is helping me so much. Thanks a lot.
Thanks this helped me for my test
thanks! love mr. E!! hihihi
Thank you sir
Thank you so much for helping us Mr. James! I got 10/10. So happy!
thank you bro!!!
i got it all right.
Thank you so much!!!
Thank u Much James,You are Fantastic
thanks for simple explain Mr.James. it’s difficult for me to understand it,before i found your video in youtube
Thank you James. You are a great teacher, I like the way you teach us with fun.
Question 7 is a little confusing.
The got to the airport using a taxi , so they went to the airport BY taxi.
Why ” in taxi” ?
thank you for this lesson but i have a question please; why you said in an area and not on an area? thank you
I liked the lesson
Hi mr.James ? I get it now . I often confused to use this
10 out of 10!!!
In Q7, why do we use (in a taxi) instead of (by a taxi)? Because I think that the sentence was talking about the way of traveling!
I really like the way that you used to teach English. You are great… and funy too. Sorry if I have any mistake.
Thanks, James, I got it!
I am a little confused by this quiz : we went to the airport in a taxi. Why not using by?
I know it’s in the taxi, but it’s talking about the way you get to the airport ,right ? So the answer is not supposed to be “by” ????
Thank you James, Very easy to understand!
Thank you Jmaes, your lessons are really understandable!!
Thank you Mr. James. Your lessons are helping me to clear my misunderstanding about English grammar. I want to learn more from you.
Yey! Thank You Mr.James ?. It was easy to understand. ? #lessonrefresher
Thanks James,you explain so well that it just fits in my head
Gracias por la clase, muy bien explicado.
I don’t Know What To Use With Morning, Evening, Afternoon And With Other Words
Regarding digital information: is it stored ON or IN a computer,a server, a disk etc.?? How about a link: is it ON or IN a website ???
That’s a good question and probably deserves its own lesson!
Data, web pages, etc., are on a computer/server/disk, but in “the cloud”. A link is on a website.
i liked the video but it still a little bit blurring in my mind
Very easy to understand, Thank you James
Thanks a lot
Well done! Nice quizz! Thanks!
Hello from Viet Nam.
I am Quyên and I would like to say thank you Mr. James. I like the way you explained for prepositions.
Very easy to understand.
I will join in your group.
Nice quiz, I understand more about prepositions because it is complicated for me when I am speaking…
Ueeeaaa!!! Got them right.
Very , very, nice this lesson. I always have had problems with this part of grammar, it helped me a lot.
Good. I got 80%.
thank you james ^^
thakyoujames. i got 9, i think its good:)
We came here _by car.
we went to airport in a taxi.
why did we use by in first and in in second .
I always have had a dude about these stuffs. Thanks James for your help
Thanks James…God bless you.
thank you, teacher.this movie was fantastic for me
Dear Jean and team, it was a short lesson on preposition. Can you please do one more lecture, a lengthy one. We are not native speakers and we face much difficulty in prepositions.
Very useful lesson appreciated
Brilliant techniques of teaching. Very very helpful for me. Thanks a lot.
Lots of thanks James! 9/10
I really appreciate your nice intonation, gesture and as long as everything belongs to you it is perfect
Thank you Mr. James for your lesson
Thanks a los :)..
very useful concepts to make preposition using easier…thanks!
Great lesson.I hope you can teach us more prepositions
as well as phrasal verbs.
Sorry, I couldn’t understand why I’m supposed to use “In” in the phrase “Mr. E came in from work and … “. What is that mean?
Is means that Mr.E came IN the room, or IN the kitchen, or IN the hall. In general it means, that Mr.E came INside.
you make it easy but it need a lot of practice to remember it easily
thanks mr james very useful.
for weekend which one we can use?
Thank you, Mr. James! Cool demonstration.
I think James is the most coolest instructor in the world
Thanks, Mr James.
Engvid.com is always helping me to read, speak and understand the English language.
thanks for the lecture, but I am still confused what should I use in the following line-
In seminar hall or
At seminar hall
thanks Mr James
9 out of 10 …
Thanks again James.Your lesson always helpful
got 9 out of 10. got improved this time :)
Who can tell me why no.7 is “in” , not “by”? It didn’t tell us which vehicle did he use to come to airport?=0=
very good! o saw two times!
I have a question, what if I say. I started studying last June 2016. Is that correct? Or should I say, I started studying in June of 2016. Which one is correct? Thank you so much James :) (flying kiss!)
Heeey, i was wondering if you could direct me to a source where i can get all the needed information. I am an English teacher, just began teaching, and find your vids awesome. Soooo any help i know my students will ask me about the 20% left. Peace.
Thank you James, 7/10
10 of 10, thank you James
10 of out 10 ,Thank you MR James.
Thanks James, you are my favorite teacher.
Thanks James, You are awesome!!!
I got 9 from 10, but I still have a lot to learn.
Great lesson! Thank you very much James!
James! VERY GOOD THIS “in, on, at” explanation! Thanks!
Thank you teacher james
You got 9 correct out of 10.
thank you so much.
So, we could use BY just when COMING, but not for GOING.
We went to the airport ___ a taxi.
Thanks a lot!
thank you James teacher :)
Thank you Mr. E,
we are learning a lot from you.
Thanks! I have a couple of questions.
1. What prep. should we use with helicopter? Is it the same situation like boat or not?
2. IN the morning – ON the Monday’s morning – are they the same periods, aren’t they? AT the night – IN the evening ????
Hello James,Your lessons are very clear. You are the “Best”. I hope I will learn more from you
Hi James, Thanks for your lesson. I have a question. Which expression is correctly? trust in you or tust on you.
It says webpage not available so I took the quiz without watching the video. I got 9/10.
Question: Which is correct preposition for the following?
in or on the email
in or on the table
I think “in the email” because someone sent you inside your mailbox so I prefer in the email. and on the table
sorry not table but bed
Thanks!!! great lesson!!!
thanks for this helpful lesson.
What about a situation when a car belongs to somebody, like a husband, a friend, my mum, ect. but that person wants to take us somewhere with him/her. Do we still say ‘I’m in my husband’s/mum’ car. We are going to the store right now’ ?
Hi James…. I love your lessons.
But I’m in a shoppingcenter or at a shoppingcenter? ?
Very informative, enjoyed your lecture.
one thing to add on here, she goes to school on/by foot?
here we use “on” she goes to school on foot.
I love you James . I could understand this topic for the first time . Thank you thank you very oh sorry don’t use usually “very” the lesson was superb ;)
I like the way you teach us. It is super.
On question 9, I got it wrong. I choose by instead of at, because I did not recognize preposition “the” before library. So if it was just library then “by” is correct. Is my analysis correct? at the library, by library.
It was a superb lesson. Thanks for teaching!
We went to the airport ___ a taxi.
why should i use here in?
please help me soon.thanks in advance.
It was a perfect lesson for me
Thanks a lot
It’s a lovely lesson to get….
thank you for your lesson
Really enjoyed your lecture your way of teaching is amazing ??
9/10 you are amazing! your lessons really helped me, now I can understand the difference between these prepositions! Thank you so much
Why is it: I was ON my bicycle and not IN? Thanks ?
becouse you’re exactly sit on the bicycle, i mean you’re really sit on it.
thank u for the lesson.
10 out of 10 ,Thank you
9/10. thank you
Thank you James!
i’ve got 100 out of 10. thank you James! you are superb teacher!
Hi James. The lesson was great, also you teach really good. million tnx
Hello. I appreciate your time creating this video! Can you explain why we say on campus, on the beach, on the playground, on the field, on the island…..? These are three-dimensional spaces, not flat surfaces, but yet we still use the word “on.” Also, it does not seem to be an explanation of walls/buildings vs. open spaces. For example, why do we say “in the park” and “in the woods” but “on the field” and “on the beach”? They are all three-dimensional, open spaces.
how did they get into the airport? by taxi right?
10/10….thanks a ton, james!
Thank u James! Your lesson is great and humor! I like it!
Great lesson, thanks James. You are awesome.
i love this all of u guys #thanksForHelpUsGrow
Thank you for the lesson and quiz.
thanks to you all for helping us
Thanks Jam… My mistakes “in” and “on”
I made it 10/10. It’s always very confusing when it goes to “in ‘ on/ at/ by”, but you explained it very well, thank you, James!
9/10 You explained it superbly. xD i just dont know why it is ‘in’ at this sentence “we went to airport ___ a taxi”
“We went to the airport ___ a taxi.”
Why the answer is “in”? If you are asking: “how did you go to the airport?”
I got 9 out of 10! Question 6 is my mistake. Thank you James!
Thanks for your explanation, it was quite useful
i always use the wrong words, thx Jame!i go to work by the metro everyday.
Thank you a lot, but I think that the answer of the question number 7 is “by” not “in”, isn’t it?
90 % , it was very very very helpful lesson for me.
Just magnificient !!! It was so good.
I liked your exercices. I want the others again.
hey James, i have a question, why We went to the airport by a taxi is wrong!! didn’t you mean how we arrives to airport?!!
Good lesson;however, are IN and On interchangeable when using the word CAR in a sentence? E.g. People just dont get ON/IN your car…
Thank you, got 10 out of 10. Interesting class
thanks, James please make the video on that vs which
Super… Thank you
I understand this prepositions cleary for first time. Thanks
Thanks james:I comprehend all preposition but except (by)
100%, thanks james
Thank you James. We are learning a lot with your lessons.
Thanks Mr. James for your lessons.
Excellent teacher!! I had to review all these lessons again because I’d forgotten.
Thank you Mr. James.
Ahhhh, You are the best in this site, all here are great but you are the best to me, I can understand all
90% Thanks James!!!! :) I am so happy with this lesson
hi guys. i am Juan from Dominican republic. i want to make new friends who are English learners like me.
i have big problems with this little annoying things jaja
I am from DR also : )
Thank you very much for this lesson.Now, I can try my best to use these prepositions that I have learnt today in my everyday language to get familiar with them.Well done sir.
I got 90 but thanks James you are such a phenomenal teacher, thanks again for your contribution in my learning journey.
thank you, so good lesson which summarizes different cases where prepositions can be used
8 out of 10… thanks
100% on in, at, on, by. One was tricky for me, even though I am a native English speaker. There’s plenty of room for improvements in grammar and sentence structure!
thanks, James. I’ve got a lot. it’s a very useful lesson for me to learn these prepositions.
I got 10/10 whooo hooo
Thank you James
I’ve been getting 70 points in exams for 2 weeks
80 out of 10,
mr. james thank u , for such a lesson and for kind help in this regard
thank you a lot for teaching english l learned in one day how to use preposition in my house
I have a question, in a motorcycle you get in or get on? I think it’s get on the same logic used for bicycle
You are right!
Thank you James, excellent lesson.
Thank you James, you ‘re so superb, I’m from Egypt by the way
Got a 70% i need to train more.
It was very usefull for me. Thanks Mr. James. Very clear explanation. I’ve got a 90%
10 out of 10! Thanks James!!!
I enjoy your lessons. Got 90 points!
Hi James, thanks a lot for this lesson very helpful. I have a question please :
This sentence is correct: I resend again on your new group emails.
Because we are talking of box email addresses I understand to use preposition ON.
Or I have to write like that: I resend again to your new group emails.
Many thanks for your help.
Hellos Mr. James. This is the first Quiz that i take. I’m from El Salvador. Thanks por all.
best teacher IN WEB
James you are amazing! I enjoy a lot your classes… thanks for all. Kisses
mind blowing dude
I got 100 percet it is good for me, good explanation.
Thanks so much
Cool and easy for understanding video. Thank you!
7. We went to the airport ___ a taxi.
why in this question I cant use by? If the question is about how they get there?
9. Lucille and I had our first date ___ the library.
on, and in this why cant be ON, because they are inside the area who people could see them
Great James, could you give us more classes about prepositions ? Thanks
It was incredible, finally I got it..
10 from 10. Thank you very much, James
Thank you for the lesson. It’s very helpful.
But I have a question, please see below:
7. We went to the airport ___ a taxi.
Answer : in
Can I use “by” instead of “in” for example :
I go/went to school by foot.
Thank you in advance.
Thanks sir. It was a superb lesson ??
Thank you for the lesson
Where can i found the exceptions????
Thank you for this lesson, it was very helpful, I got 70 :(
Thank you so much James,before i was confused between in and on,now clear enough. I got 9,7. We went to the airport ___ a taxi.my answer was by, but it was wrong.
Thank you James. Now I’m at home, I came by car.;)
Why is it that “we went to the airport in a taxi” when I’m saying that “we came here by car”????
I “on” the website
Thank You Mr.James for such an interesting and easy to learn lesson ☺
Thank you, sir. I got 90 :)
Wow i scored 10 out of 10 ?.thank you Mr james
What a sophisticated teacher. Indeed, my favorite one. James is just remarkable.
ı learned superbly
For the first time in a long time do I understand how to make use of these prepositions. Thanks Mr James
Thanks a lot for such an amazing video James,
Could you please make a video explaining the use of into, onto vs in and on?
8/10 thank you
excellent !!!! you’re the best
thank you James
Thank you so much, James.
Need to know everything about the reported speech, please.
Thanks for the lesson. I thought it was easy about the prepositions of at in on by. But it turn out to be difficult, I can learn a lot.
thank you so much! 100%
lost two, I am sad !!!
Got 90, not bad ?
Hi! Thanks for this simplistic, however, of great importance and difference lesson. Could you make a video talking about the peculiarities of present perfect and the present perfect continuous? Thanks!
Thanks a lot, Mr James,
Hi, you are correct, I got 90. I’m jubilant.
Thank you, Sir.
Thank you James
Great class. Congratulations.
I watched this video twice on September 01, 2021, and took the quiz after watching it once. I got nine out of 10.
Thank you James for all your lessons.
Thank you Mr James I got 8
I appreciate your efforts Mr. James.
Thank Mr James! I love your classes.
10 out of 10! amazing class, ur a superb teacher!!!
9/10.. I did not read through one of the question. I had pleasure watching your video!
Hello Mr. James, I have a question for you. Why do you say in english “in the evening” but when you use night you say “at night”. I only see this with that specific time, not with morning or afternoon.
I missed this one. We went to the airport ___ a taxi.
I thought how we get to the airport
I really enjoy learning English with amazing teacher like you
Hi James, thank you for the explanation, it was very good and clarifying, I have a doubt tho. Should I say “I live in the south of the city” or “I live at/on the south of the city”. Thank you in advance.
thank you, James :)
Excellent teacher, I really enjoy your lesson.
I really appreciate what you’re doing sir. I’m new here, but I think I love your teaching. I score 7 out of ten. At least I’m learning something. Thanks ?
10 out of 10 points. Thank you sir. You make these videos easy to learn and love your teaching attitude.
you are really good James. Thanks a lot
Thank you sir! I got 8/10.
Thanks for the class, It was great!
After watching the video, there is no way not to take 10/10. Thanks, really appreciate what you’re doing.
BTW, I’m a new user here. It’s my first comment. Idk if you read them, but, however…
I got a perfect score! Thanks to you!
I made 8 out of 10. Thank you
thanks, James you are a James bond which made my doubts
clear and I got 100 percent correct on my quiz.
Hi everyone. Why in the taxi question we use “in” and not”by”?
I arrived there BY taxi.
As Mr. James mentioned, We use In for private or small vehicle.
Got 9 out of 10
Thannks a lot for the lesson! Very easy explanation about these prepositions!
I don’t believe it! 10 of 10! Thanks a lot for the lesson!