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82 COMMENTS

Very well thank you.

Murat Ozgener

    thanks bro

    soocadde21

Thanks! I like it!

Soei

90, I couldn’t watch!

Soei

    Thank you so much we miss you

    safyr

I got 100% the Emma

Ali Ahmmed

Thank you. It is a very helpful lesson.

hd

    It’s great, many thanks.

    Feshawymasr@gmail.com

Thank you Emma… very good lesson…

felefe

Cool! Now I know about differences.

Bitaly

Thnks I’ve got 100

Mohammed Olat

Hi! Guys who got 10 out of 10

Mohammed Olat

Great I got 100% good lesson.

Muhammad Abbas

Thanks a lot Emma!!

knopfler86

Wow..Very important class … Pronouncing vowels in English is not easy … Thank you.

Alexer

I got 100%. Thanks Emma !

arthurkomiyama

Hi Emma and thank you for your work on this new Beginner Lesson. I have to say that I feel comfortable listening to your lesson because I have little difficulty understanding what you are saying.

Ramirez

I got 8/10 and wrong at the questions 2th and 3th because i don’t review, I’ll try carefully next time, thank Emma

nguyen van long

Thank you very much. It has been very difficult for me to to distinguish these sounds

Mallva

Thank you so much. I had a very good start.I go by more..

cfueber

When you don’t know the word it is difficult to speak correctly.

Thanks so much Emma!

Henrique Alves

look in the book – the same vowel sound

DinDim

Masha allah.

thanks a got 80%

yusuf barre

am really pleased by lessons thanks so much

Bubacarr Sumundu

thanks so much for the pronunciation correction

Bubacarr Sumundu

Thanks, Emma!

Daniela Machado

thanks teacher

LAURA SICUA

Hai iknw little bit English I want to know to improve English plz help me

Gayatri kintali

Thanks Emma for helping a lot

Mohammed Olat

I got 9

Ahmed Adam suliman

Thank you, i like it. this is very simple lesson

Edwinmoke

Thanks a lot Emma, you are the most beautiful teacher in the whole world.
I got 100/100.

Hasan Soledad

I would like to learning a grammar with these teachers but when their class are starting I don’t know about the time of to begin the class

Zahoor123

I like it very much.

Valderiona

Thank you very much….

Rizqa

i like your classes because i am learning american english so good with you

lavilapera

Do anybody want to practice with me English.

abduullah 1

    Yes do

    Amas01

your lesson is very nice. Thank you!

Carlos Costa

thank you so muchhhhh

hilal is here

That was a wonderful class because for us portuguese speakers is very difficult to notice these differences of sounds. Thank you Emma.

izabel gurnet

hello Emma am needed to learn English buy you thank you so much I am happy how can I speak to people that is my question am came you have GERD classes room

Ahmedderd

Thank you so much, Emma

Ahmedderd

Thanks, Regards from NI

snacke2931

Thank you Emma

Mattika

Thank you very much Emma for your service, I have a question, do all of the engvid teachers accept to make new videos based on a question asked by a user of the site, like me for example?
I know a new video is not necessary to any questions, some could just be responded by a reply to the comment but for others a video would be great.

@eliseemichaud

    We have a list of lessons requested by users, and any teacher can choose to make one into a video. The list is very long, but if you have an idea, we would love to hear it.

    engVid Moderator

      I understand, thank you very much. I often have questions about grammar rules, pronunciation, etc… Whenever I have one again, I will feel free to submit it.
      By the way I want to say again a big thank you to all of you, if I can speak the way I do today, it’s also thanks to engvid, I’m endlessly grateful to you. You’re the best.

      Keep it up !

      @eliseemichaud

      Ok, I just remembered one I had. It is:
      What is the difference between look for, seek, search and research? And when can we use them?

      @eliseemichaud

        Thank you in advance ! 😃

        @eliseemichaud

        That’s a good idea! I’ll add it to the list.

        The short answer: the verbs “look for”, “seek”, and “search for” all basically mean “to try to find something”. “Research” is more like “study” – but studying something because you want to solve a problem or find something new. For example, you would look for your lost car keys, but you would research the history of your town. I hope this helps.

        engVid Moderator

          For example if I’m trying to find my
          phone charger I lost in my house, I can say either say I’m looking for or seeking or searching for my phone charger but not research?

          @eliseemichaud

          Exactly!

          (Another thing: “search” can be used transitively or intransitively.

          Intransitive: “I’m searching for my phone charger.”
          Transitive: “I searched the whole house and didn’t find my phone charger.”)

          engVid Moderator

Thank you, my teacher, I understand the lesson but when can I use oo and u I mean what is the right situation to using them.

Mohamed Rayane Ben meziane

I got 100%

sankarprosad007

thank you Emma

Allare1

Thank you, Emma.

brennomacedo

This was my first lesson, thanks. I have liked. Sorry for my bad writing. I don’t know if I have wrote my comment right. Thanks.

Transhumante

Cool ! I got 70%
Thank you Emma

Haniyeh Heidari moqadam

Thank’s Emma.

Nelson Del

Pronunciation: the key to go ahead discovering English speaking possibilities. Thanks, Emma!

Isaias Menezes Silva

It’s very clear to me now thanks to you, thanks a lot !

@eliseemichaud

From time to time I have new questions, I really trust you, hopefully the fact I always ask you questions won’t bother or annoy you. I have 3 new questions which are:
First, what’s the difference between “on sale” and “for sale”? Second, I sometimes see the prepositions in and by followed by gerunds, for example, “in doing” or “by doing”, and also after the word while, like “while doing”? what’s the difference between these three? And third, I also notice as the end of a sentence, people often add “so”, for example, if you do so you will be blessed, I want to have some explanation about this, please.

@eliseemichaud

thank you very much

Sofiane2306

thanks a lot

dfaallah Mohammed ali

Thank you Emma , hugs

GalCoach

Pretty cool.

musabbir

It’s very nice.

Fatima

Thank you so much, Emma

I3lade

Thanks Emma.

lailarose

From time to time I have new questions, I really trust you, hopefully the fact I always ask you questions won’t bother or annoy you. I have 3 new questions which are:
First, what’s the difference between “on sale” and “for sale”? Second, I sometimes see the prepositions in and by followed by gerunds, for example, “in doing” or “by doing”, and also after the word while, like “while doing”? what’s the difference between these three? And third, I also notice as the end of a sentence, people often add “so”, for example, if you do so you will be blessed, I want to have some explanation about this, please

@eliseemichaud

Thks Emma I got 100%

vapc03

Thank you for this wonderful video.

ruponbasur

i look at my boot..

Thales80

Thanks Emma!

Fernando Colen

thanks!

lushan.lushan

i got 90 correct,,thank you emma it’s a very helpful lesson

Ayu Andina K

Arigatou Emma!

Kazuto S

Thank you

Betapd

    Thanks. Emma!this is very helpful for me

    zarafatima

Thanks

zarafatima

Thank you Emma,I got 90/100.

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