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13 COMMENTS

Hello benjamin !
I am not a real beginner or even a Chinese but I appreciated your lesson however. Thank you.

beernaard

As always ,you’re a great teacher ,please i’d like a lesson about frying and junk food .i’m an ingeneer in agri-business .i need this lesson in ordre to acces a university .thank you a lot a .

TOUFIK2020

Hi Dear Benjamin. Your video was useful and valuable to be watched twice. It seems you have recently joined EngVid’s group, have n’t you? your way which teaching consonant cluster and other materials were liked by me. I guess you are probably from the British, it is right, man?

Alexy

Thanks for the tips Benjamin. I have practised intonation patterns. And I can understand some phrases by listening to english music without subtitles or reading the lyric previously. It’s so nice!

Roberto

HI,i’d like a site to learn spanish like engvid.could you help me please ??

TOUFIK2020

I got 10/10, you teached the lesson very clear so I got it, the lesson is useful and hope you’ll have many other lesson. thank Benjamin

nguyen van long

Hi, thank you Benjamin for making this video for us Chinese speakers. It’s true that I find it hard to get used to the native intonation, and the fluency when you join words together in a talk. But no doubt that, practice makes difference.

Aileen Song

this is good for now thanks

HICHAM ERKAB

thanks

Garywu

You must just remember the spelling. As I see things, that’s the worst recommendation ever possible. Multiple research shows fast readers don’t actually read words as whole units. It’s just their brain recognizes what parts a word consists of and what each part denotes so fast that they aren’t aware of it themselves. So the best way to learn spelling is to learn phonics. Phonics doesn’t always help you to read a word right, yet it always helps you remember the right spelling. After you’ve learnt the right spelling for a word, you know which rules the word obeys or which rules it breaks.

Leland

fantastic

adamz

It’s lit.

Valery teacher

thank you so much Benjamin !

Cathy Ding
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