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116 COMMENTS

an interesting topic !! but i hate u :(

chhamzus

    Thanks James , i like you ,

    fazttls

    lol

    morine

    why do you hate him? he is a goo teacher. could you do as he did? địt mẹ ngu mak lao lon

    minhtrang186

      are u noob minhtrang186? he’s joking with the teacher, don’t do the stupid thing with vietnamese. you made a shame to vietnam.

      minhgoon

very nicee…thanks mr James

bisho

thank you. You are the BEST!!!

ievlev85

Thank you for your lesson bye

Henry Wilson

Excelent James! If you need improve your computer boot up, use Free Software operation system like Ubuntu.

kretcheu

I really like your lessons
you are so fabulous teacher

ayoub

thank me and u

chhamzus

Thank you James, very useful. You’re a great teacher

Mara

Thks!!!

Angie

thank u so much but if u dont work well i will give u the boot from envid
have a nice day
its me

basem

Thanks! I learn your lesson everyday and I know that U wore this shirt many times ;))

Ha

“to give somebody boots” has the same meaning in my language…:))

cristina

Thank you very much , I like it very much,plz can you give us some lessons how to improve our skill in reading
Thanks

Attia Elgharabawi

Great lesson! Very funny!

PS:There’s only one thing to say about your computer, vista…

Maksim

    that’s true :D

    xewax

Please, make more lessons about phrasal verbs. I think it’s very important part of english language, but there are so not enough lessons on the site. thanks from Israel :)

ievlev85

quiz is very fun, I like it.

diff7

Excellent performance

Masoud

You are a goood and nice teacher. I like very much your humour

vilainpetitcrapaud

thanx

positive0life

it’s great! i’d like to become a teacher like u:) greetings from Turkey..:)

tuba

It’s nice, thank you.

bhaskarbtv

The lesson is quite good but his efforts to make it more interactive and funny disturbs the listeners.Please avoid unwanted sounds as well as unwanted deviations from the topic. The rest needs a perfect appreciation

krish

help … my language english is very bad !!!!!!!

lili1987

friends help me …….

lili1987

Interesting stuff + brilliant teaher, thanks you!

TK

Hi James. This is a message for you and the other teachers because I couldn’t find a form to contact all at the same time. I’ve got 3 doubts.
1: When are vowels pronounced naturally and when the sound changes. Ex: “Idea/Idiom” or “Amazing/Aim”?
2: Which is (or are) correct: “The Flag of Argentina” or “Angentine’s Flag”?.
3: During my 10 years learning English I never pronounced the “t” in “often”, but some of you do it. Are both ways correct?.
Thanks a lot.
Marcelo from Mendoza, Argentina.

bazanmarcelo

    Question 1:
    Threre is no rule. You’ve to use the dictionary for the correct pronounciation.
    Question 2:
    “The Flag of Argentina” is correct, but yhe second sentence isn’t. you can say “the Argentine Flag”.
    Question 3:
    That depend on the person’s accent.
    “t” in “often is pronounced in some parts in Britian.

    hendali

      Thanks hend. I’ll use these tips from now on.

      Marcelo

Interesting lesson, I want your lessons 3 times a week.

xewax

Thanks to your lessons James,I got perfect score.More lessons to come.

joneru

sir james you are great teacher and your teaching style is splendid. I am watching your videos everyday. now i can speak english as well as listing but i have problem in writing.

sam

Dude, you are awesome teacher. Thanks for the Online lessons.

Thanks A lot

sardis

this is ADORABLE!!! thaaankkk you soo much,love it!!!

tiko

Thanks for your lessons James. You make me smile :)

pepe

You make me love to lern more english.
Thanks,
Am

Am

it was really useful lesson for me.
thank you james

Taher Isaa

James Ur The best Im Gonna give Myself a boot
Ciao

AYOUBFROMMOROCCO

I can’t help but wonder, how the hell these perfect lessons and site, which are offered by best teachers, can be free? Where do you get profits? It seriously is quetion xD Do anyone know? Do they advertising their private school by this?

And, as always, got a lot from you. I love all of teachers in here, but I love your style and accent most. Very friendly xD Makes me feel calm and cozy in here.

good1662

well . it’s realty useful .. so thank you .
and do not try to complement your web site because the administration wont boot you … cuz you’re such a good teacher .. ^^

mousa

That was awesome!!!! I`ve got such a big pleasure!!!)))) James, hi five!)))

natalie777

salom

maftuna

GREAT. Thank you very much!

nguyenduythien

Boot also means trunk in the car and many other meanings and I dont like English for what. Anyway James, you are Great man. :D

Marek

you are great teacher!!! thanks a lot for your teaching

biagio

thx mr James
you are the best and you look fine too

lima88

thanks James you so cool men I never see the teacher like you.you have more experience in this profesion I want to learn English,please can you help me I pay if you need, my skype is paticdorin from Russia.Hope to see you soon.Bye.

Dorin

Thanks a lot James! I like your lessons.

davo0k

Thanks Teacher James! :)

princesapple24

well, so useful …and thanks

alsulaiman1988

Hello, really I’m very happy to learn this expressions about boot camp etc, it was a good lesson I’ll use them in my speech thank you so much

hamada

thank you so much for your interesting lesson really I’ve got it, I’ll use it in my daily conversations it’s the first time to hear that

hamada

thanx !

eraa

u r the best

Akber unnisa

shokran gazilan

malaktta

I WISH I WOULD BE A TEACHER LIKE U CAUSE IM ALSO A TEACHER A NEW ONE

MANEL

hi! james you have done once again.thanks a lot for it

akhilesh

Teacher,
You often use some word but I dont know that.
It sounds like ‘easycure’ isnt it ??
please answer ^_^

Hye jin

love this website..very useful resources..thanks guys))…James is so funny)

Artem

according to me,,james explains too fast,,i can’t understand well,,but,,thank you..

jane

Don’t be nasty!! They’re helping us to learn!!! Just say it if u dont lik his strategy! Dont say the word “I HATE YOU” tht is so rude!!!!

Jocelyn.

Thanks a lot ! I really enjoyed the lesson.

Tincariel

i like the way u taught

Fathima

this lesson was really good i liked it. thank you so much.

hestia

thank you I’m comfortable with your way of teaching.

manifest

I learn the definition of boot up a computer today. Thank, James.

Saak Sen

thanks alot james for every thing

m.sabry

Interesting lesson!

aki

thank you very much for everything
it’s really useful

omario

thank you for everything
it’s really useful

omario

It is amazing how you explain bad. Speak, speak, speak and do not teach what shaking in sb boot. You should behave like Alex, teach more and kid less, because your sense of humor is too bad

CREBIO AVILA

wonderfl, u’re the best

jack

It was wonderful lesson, go ahead.
there is some thing I want to ask about how can I improve my vocabulary

ashraf

this taught me alot but,it was a little boring try to make your videos funnier so people who see it can pay more attention and gain more.

hashim

can u please add some more translations like BATMAN

anujith

hi james, I’ve been following your lessons just for short time.they are realy useful and you are realy a funny teacher. But you speak little bit fast , I don’t understand everything you say, I know you say everytime, don t try to understand everything even if you will pay attention that I said. I wil realy happy. thanks.

buki

thank you Mr James. you are great teacher!

tissaoui

funny

edd

thanks, jame

tamhien

Thabk you Teacher, this is very usualy

Tutz_Chan

thanks boos

fallatah

Of all the teachers at Engvid I prefer you!! Awsome, I also found as other students that the “t” in often is pronounced frequently, by not only Canedians, but British and Americans too. I like it, and I do not think it has to do with the pronunciation of the t in BrE word better or party for instance. What do you have to say about this phenomenon? Please, don’t boot me out for this odd question!! Thanks a lot.

jafcru12

thanks for your lesson…it becomes easier when you explain..and i get lost in the words when i go through the books…

Asma

hahah, great explanation :) thank you so much James…

southprag

you are my favor teacher
i hope you succesful life

maxsomali

Hey James, you said give somebody the boot does mean kicking s/b out or asking s/b out. It makes me a little confused. The question is: Is this a rude phrase or something or it might be polite too?
PS: I know it’s not formal.

clr

    give somebody the boot — kick somebody out. It’s not really that rude, but it’s not polite either. It is very informal speech.

    engVid

finally i got my perfect score on nthis one…hahahaha….thank you james…..

bernie..

Thank you very much for all your video, they are great! Just please make the quiz longer! I would like so much to solve more questions! Thank you!

Kate

Your teaching style is amazing. Wish you could write the meaning first then illustrate using a sentence and finally do the animation (at which you are extremely good). This might make easy for the listener….. thanks for the vid.

mindhunter

thank you jams i like you

saleh

I love he is a bit crazy)

lollipopsgarden

Terrific lesson, today I lerned something new. thanks Lames.

viktortoribio

    WELL I fogot to put a a at learn sorry

    viktortoribio

thanks for the lesson, when you are gonna put some more videos?

manuel2999

Thanx for the video, it was very useful!
You r a great teacher and so funny! That’s awesome))

Annie

I will give you a boot, then you are shaking in your boots.

lamhong176

that was interesting and fun too,,

jhetz

i like it

nailul

Yeah good lesson thanx James

decembre25

Cool lesson man! I passed the test because you have a good explanation!

nabi1

Thanks James.
would you please give us a lesson about the item “ASK”.
Thanks.

watachiwamadou

Thanks a lot, It was really useful : ))

mdzaaibt

I am not shaking in my boots regarding my English progress, because I am booted up to go to this English learning boot camp here at the Engvid, so I gave my previous teacher the boot.

Andahazy

Really sorry for this Sometimes I’ve got very tension of your lesson because You are running so fast definitely I’ll say that you have motor mouth again I tell you sorry Since, you were running on your presentation I didn’t quite you catch so My request is please take a lesson as slowly as possible and that not only understand to native people but understand by other people also especially me and those who are all learning English as 2nd language so go slowly that must understandable by everybody what I expect from you is You should not receive command from others as I now send you…
your speed is okay to your people but If you teach so I can’t understand sometimes not sometimes mostly so please go slowly have a speech clearly Really really really sorry to say such a thing but I felt that way that’s why…
I want your speech clearly that’s it Anyway thanks for this video James..

Sivakumar

I got 4 to 4….

Sivakumar

What a lesson! Very clear explanation and very interesting. It’a a lot of fun to learn English with you James. You really deserve appreciation.

Abhi

u r awsome

shineegirl

I think teacher James is the funniest teacher in the world.I love your teaching.Thank you James….

lukatthawng

“Boot camp”, “boot up”, “give somebody the boot”, “shaking in boots”, and “to boot someone”, in fact, they are five expressions with many uses but I have seen much more times the expression “to boot something” which means to apply power and push it. Thanks a lot, teacher James Greer from EngVid, a short lesson but it let us review concepts learned before.

angardiobel

thanks the lecture is a bit confusing

sodojsa

Thanks!

shihai182
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