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69 COMMENTS

good james

Mahmoud

this lesson was really amazing specially the way that James teach.

hestia

thank for you

qaidar

I really like it! Thanks James. For me that was totally new phrases! I’m sure that get me better understanding in amazing world of The English Spoken Community. Greetings for All of YOU ENGVID.com

vladislavvalkov

thank you so much for this lesson

nazei

i didn’t like the lesson. why don’t u write the meaning of the idioms it will be more understandable.

angela

im new student

adel1

3 out of 4

cdavi

This was an interesting lesson, but what a pity I couldn’t understand your speaking properly….:(

cristina

Hi Alex,
I am learning english from your website. I have
small children at home taht’s why I can’t go to attend the english class just becaues of you I can learn english at home. I am so happy, thank you so much, bye.

ummsami

Thank you a lot for your English Video, I need to learn the direfence between (when, while and until).

Thank for your help…

vmeza06

can you explain for me what is a layering? and what is a long john? i did not get it. thanks

innng

This class was so bad that I understand nothing?? I do not understand why some teachers are so good and others, like that, is so bad??????????????? He does not technique to teach

CREBIO AVILA

u speak to faaaaaast I got the half of the lesson :-) I love you anyway!!!

Sofine

Hi, James! I like your lesson. Thank you!

LisBlaz

Thank you James

ludwig7281

Hi James!
Nice lesson. I’ve a question: I thought that the word “hair” was singular (my hair is brown) so why is there the plural with the expression “split hairs”?

milly

this lesson is realy amazing

Dorin

thanks James, I am really getting better,i love your lessons,
with regards from Sudan
Hakim Kamula

Hakim Kamula

Sorry, but I did not catch anything…(

Tiffany

very interesting lesson and teacher
thnx for lessons :D

haneen

I couldn’t understand anything!

daif

James, this lesson is amazing, I didn’t know any of them, however, I need your help if you could just add me to your yahoooooo account my e- mail is , my name here but add _ after A and another one after N then wwf it’s at yahoooooodotcom, please , don’t discard my request.
thank you james

anwwf

thanx alot for ur lesson
I gave a hand for guys (here you are) LOL

1- (hair down )or (let your hair down) means: enjoy yourself and started relax after hard working
2- (hair breadth) means : very small space or narrow
3- (split hairs) means :to argue that there is a difference between two things, when the difference is really too small to be important
4- hair trigger means: easily made angry
5- (hairbrain) or (hare-brained) means : crazy,very silly and foolish
6- (tha hair of the dog that bit you) or (hair off dog that bit you) means :
remedy that uses the cause like (fight fire with fire)

basem

    Thank you Mr Basem ,,,,

    fazttls

well, i still confused about “hair off dog that bit you” any help please?

ekabulaila

    i think u r arabic so there is proverb in arabic saying “علاجها بالتي كانت هي الداءو”
    i think its clear for u now
    tc

    basem

hi jeams i am thankfull t you ,please can you give more sentences while you explan your lesson
warmest regrd

zuhairalbert

I think u have to put subscribes to this movie, because it’s not understandable.

baurzhan01

i didn’t totally understand the lesson you speak too fast for me, anyway I think that in an english enviroment this is normal I need to emprove my listenig thanks

marlon1992

    or I didn’t understad the lesson totally? which one?…

    marlon1992

i dont know how to Thank you James

fazttls

why u west your and our time

Adel

Nice Lession.. Thanks Mr James

Siva

it’s too fast to understand!
can you explain me more!

krystal

It confused me

dawa

thanks

mnesko

thanks bro

rayfaridoldyveira

i dont care what any one else thinks your and alsome ive watched all your videos you have tought me alot thanks mr.james.

marissa w

THANK YOU VERY MUCH,I WENT BUY

otsaghe12

hi
I like the story :)
thanks

eobaidli

hello mr. James thank you so much for all what you’re doing you’re really a great and cute teacher
I’ve never knew that “hair” can have all this idioms really interesting I I think got the meaning, but I also need more practice to know how to use it,so I wanna know if there is another quiz with more examples.

Thanks again, wish you a stunning day.

faroha

heey James, are you painting/drawing or teaching? look to the board.plz be a bit serious in your teaching

hamidi

tnx

fakeboy

thnks teacher

hussein

how can i speaking fltly

hussein

also I pronunice hair and here same thing and many example like that

kamal

I wuold like james if mootimecon and fron west virginia.thunk you.

juliorosario

james a need help tank I no you help me julio west virginia

juliorosario

I thought it a little confusing

Edinaldo Pereira Dos Santos

nice lessen but i dont undrstand

umarbhatti

Question 4 was made by a split hairs person, hahaha :D

Carlos

A little tricky with hair breadth. Usually I get everything . May be it’s not good example

maryred5566

Cool lesson James but it was a little confusing.

nabi1

I’m confused about the meaning of the first and second idioms written on the board. Could anyone explain it to me? Thanks

sgmmm

    1. Let your hair down and just have some fun. (enjoy yourself)

    2. We were a hair’s breadth away from getting caught. (= we were almost caught)

    Abhi

bad only 50 %, sorry.

alpido24

The quiz was fun! I only got 50%, but it was fun anyway.

Elisha Q

Thank you very much James! I love your lessons a lot. They are a bit of a challenge, but this makes it possible to go beyond what I alreaddy know. :) Thanks again!

Satya

Superb!

Iamhere.

Hi James
I did not understand your lesson,because you taught very fast and without writing down on the witheboard.
your act is so good but your knowledge’s transfer to your students is not so good,you know better than us that all your students are not in the same level.

haman87

    I was just about to say that. People who watch his videos are not native speakers and there are people in different levels, so it was very difficult for me to understand

    Milena Camargo

Hello James! This was the first lesson what I did not enjoy so much not even understood fully. It would have been good to see the idioms in written on the board with its definition maybe. You were pretty quick. And so on. So, I have to go through again what is not a problem at all. Although anyway I want to repeat all of your lessons, so my “complaint” is nothing at all. Never mind. Let see again:)

Andahazy

    please check the Title and description of the lesson.

    Abhi

Wow! Wonderful lesson. Thank you. Quite challenging though. And I like that.

Abhi

Unfortunately, there is an echo and a noise (as a motor) during the lesson(

vebah

A very quickly explanation about six English Idioms that can appear on some occasions but for me it’s the first time I have listened to them. I think I am going to listen again because I don’t have clear ideas about this topics. Thanks a lot, teacher James Greer from Engvid, we continue learning.

angardiobel

Wow!!! This lesson was fast, but I tryed to understand it the mean idea. I got 100%. Idioms are alwyas a challenge.

Melrose

You got 0 correct out of 4

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