allin them. What does it mean when someone is a
not all there? What is the difference between
all over? I will also teach about the following expressions:
all in all,
all the way,
for all I know,
for all I care,
all for it,
all talk, and
once and for all. After watching the video, take my quiz to practice what you’ve learned.
Got 100%. I really enjoyed this amazing lesson. You made my day Emma. I love you million and thanks a lot :) <3
Thanks for good lesson.
Why do we use ‘all for it’ and not ‘all the way’ in the test 6? I think that both answers are correct. Don’t it?
I think that too
for me, i think she used all for it as both grandmother and grandfather had agreed to let their granddaughter go as a one action , but if she used all the way then she meant both of them had completely agreed to let her do whatever she want even this action .
I am the first again.
I got 100
Thanks a lot.
Anaco…are you a dog or and algorithm?
I did’t get my eyes!
Thank you Emma. I would love to visit Toronto.but it’s expensive.
Loved the lesson, thanks Emma. I got eighty (80) points!
Where is my answers
Thank you Emma!!Interesting expressions!
Once again, another great lesson.
I aware it’s off topic, but previously I had asked one of you a question, really I don’t quite remember who she or he was, about the difference between “toward and towards” or if there is any. I didn’t get any answer, so would you please, briefly explain that. Thanks much.
Hello Hassan , hello everybody
Towards and toward have the exact same meaning . Towards is the British spelling and toward the North American one .
See the following link : http://grammarist.com/spelling/toward-towards/
Hope this help .
Thank you very much for your reply, indeed it was quite useful.
ok thank you emma
thank you so much Emma
Thank you, teacher Emma!
ooooh thank you, Emma, your super awesome.
All on all, Emma is a famous teacher.
Great lesson.Got 9/10. Thanks.
Thanks, I got 100. It was a great lecture.
Thanks Emma! It’s not easy for me!
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Thanks Emma, it’s a great lesson. I was waiting for “not at all” is very used.
Hello, dear sis and brother thank you so much
Thank u Emma, All in all your videos are amazing.
Nice bra, sweetheart?
Thank a lot
Thank you Emma.
this is the first time i see these expressions with all whay i have learn in my pown english learning process is that we never leave to learn there is always somthing what we have to learn. the expressions i have learn today are going to stay in my head righ away, thank you for teaching us a clear way so far we can use them handfully…
Thanks a lot
All in all, it was the great one lesson.
Thank u Emma! :*
By the way, I thought the correct answer on the second question was “all there”. Is there some mistake?
I went the quiz all the way! Thank you Emma.
I got 100. Thank you for this lesson. I have learned a lot
100% Thanks Teacher Emma
it’s a great website .I love it :)
Mrs Emma you have a great method in teaching English . thanks a lot :)
hi I’m from indonesia I’m so happy to find this website and thankful for miss emma you help me out to know all expression that I never know before
Hi Emma. A brazilian student here. Thanks for the lesson! Really interesting!
It is a very rich lesson, I have to repeat it again and again to make sure that I catch it well.
Thank you very much Emma
Hello Emma, please could you explaine what’s the difference between: at the first time, the first time and for the first time. Thanks a lot.
Thank you Emma , you are the best.
Hi, Emma . Thank you for your lessons which give me more understanding.
I loved this lesson, thanks so much!
Thank you very much Emma. This kind of lesson helps us to understand nativ speakers.
thank you,you’re my favorite teacher
Thank you Emma.i got 90%.
Thank you for the Lesson Emma. I liked very much.
Thank you Emma for help.
Thank you for lesson. You help me to improve my English. I’m very grateful to you.
I think your doing best for student to improve their English.
Dear Emma!!! Thank you very much for your lesson. It is wonderful and useful as usual. I noticed in the English language a lot of expressions with the word TROUBLE. Please make a lesson on this topic and explain us such words as ” troble – free, trouble – shooter, trouble maker, do not trouble troubles until troubles trouble you and others. Thank you in advance. Best wishes, Kate from Russia!!!
thanks. Yours videos are greats
thank you emma. i got 100?
Thank you.I have learnt a lot of useful expression with the word “all”,I will try to use them in my daily life.
Yeah!!! 100% great Teacher!!
I’m so lucky to be in,, thanks a lot Ms.Emma
I got 100%. I really enjoy it!
i got 50 what shod i do
thanks a lot
I got 90. I will watch it again.
I’m all for it, Jasmine!!! Emma is such a good teacher. I really enjoy her classes. Keep going the god job, Emma. Thank you very much and kisses from Brazil.
It’s a great lesson! Thank you very much Emma. You are super teacher! I’ve got 100!!!Everything is so clear and understandable.
10 out of 10 :-) Thanks Emma, great lesson!
Thanks a lot Emma
Thank you Emma. I like the way you teach us.
Thank you Emma.
It was not easy, but i’ve got 100%. Thank you, Emma! You are the best for me! :)
You are a great teacher Emma…..Thank you for teaching us such a friendly way
I am learning a lot every day.
Another pleasant class, thank you Emma. I get a good result too.
Very interesting. Good job.
thanks teacher ! very good lesson
It’s a good lesson but I need concentrate more
good teacher , emma
Very usful expressions
Thank you Emma
Thank you Emma
it was too complicated to me =(
what about all ready expression ?
Thank Emma so much. Your lessons are so useful to me. I hope you have more success in the future!
6. My grandparents are excited that I’m moving to Canada. They agree with my decision. They are __________.
all for it
all the way
once and for all
I made a mistake in this Quiz. I used “all the way” instead of “all for it” . I ‘d like to express the meaning of “completely agree”. But it’s wrong, “all the way” only can be act as “completely “.
I got 100! Thanks Emma!
Thanks, Emma. I liked your classes all along.
All in all i had an a maazing lessons here.
Thank you teacher.
Thanks for good lesson.
I loved it, thanks indeed!
Thanks, Emma. Amazing job!
Can i Use the expression “All nighter” to describe a person who party all night or it’s just related to work and study?
I got 100. Great lesson, thanks emma
thanks emma,I got100!!
Thanks a lot
My hair falls and it’s all over the floor. I need to sweep it everyday.
I got 90
9/10 not bad. greetings from Mexico City
Thank you Emma for your hard working for us.
I know that 100% agree and 100% support is two different meaning.
thank you for your teaching, i learned a lot.
Thanks Emma I like your lessons.
Thanks a lot. Emma.
This lesson is not easy.
I will watch it again.
You got 8 correct out of 10.
:) thanks a lot Emma
A very useful lesson, I was aware of some of them but most of these expressions are new to me, so all in all, it was a great experience.
Thank you, Emma! It was nice lesson!
Great, I loved this lesson!!! Thank you Emma,you are a spetacular teacher, beautiful…
I got 10/10. Thank you so much,Emma. My English is progressing leaps and bounds
I don’t believe I get a 100!
Thank you Emma. I don’t believe it. I got a 10 this time. I feel great. Regards, Emma
I was correct 9 out of 10. A very good lesson with expressions containing ‘all’. I prefer this classroom-style lesson to these days edited video. Sometimes I’m distracted often when I follow too many edited videos. I feel happy because I feel like I’m in the classroom.
thank you this lessons is very interesting
Great lesson Emma ! Enjoyed a lot.
Thanks a lot Emma >>>
The All Expression is All over for all I know :)
8 out of 10
Wow it is 10/10