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You need to remove the “to” in the third question.

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    This has been fixed. Thanks for letting us know.

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I total agree with Serghiskok’opinion. You should eliminated one to in third sentence. anyway thank you and look for new your lesson

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Got 100:). Thank you james. You are great! <3

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I agree….😁 but thank you James…two mistakes it is not bad👍

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    do you mind to practice English with me ?

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Handsome teacher thank you! Question number 3 there’s a to typed after blank and question number 8 where’s the verb at first clause?By the way I can’t stop picturing you bare……:)

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    Maybe I got you wrong, but there should no verb in the first clause because they’re option is not correct for this question.

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    do you mind practice English with me ?

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great.. 9 points !

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Thanks a lot, James! My result – 100. Your lesson is very useful

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Thanks a lot

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Thanks dear it’s very imported 💌💌

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I, eye
ate, eight
red, read(V2)
write, right

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    Thank you,James!

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Excellent exercise. Thank you very much.

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“Cards” and “cars” are homophones?
Is there any difference in their pronunciations?

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I really like your lessons teacher James, particularly this one. hopefully you will bring us more about homophones.
Thanks a lot.

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John, your presentation is excellent. I just love it. Thanks a lot.

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Sorry I spelled your name wrong. It would be James.

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You should correct the third question.
Whether you correct it or not, you are great teacher, dude! Thank you! =)

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i got 9 out of 10 thank you Mr James

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i got 9from 10 i am angry whatever thanks james you are the best

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In writing I used words “when” and “that” to define which letter to use in “th_n”

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Shouldn´t be “There are….”in question number 8???
Thanks a lot James ;)

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Thanks Alex

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I got 10 from 10. Thank you Mr. James You’re great!

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Thanks James

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Question number 8 where’s the verb at first clause?For me,doesn’t make sense.

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    I agree with you

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Excellent lesson! Thanks a lot, James. These are the five additional examples I found:
1. past – passed
2. whose – who’s
3. threw – through
4. be – bee
5. wring – ring

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Hi James. this is the first video that I saw in this website and was great!! You are very clear , thanks and see you next time.

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10… The way this prof teaches is merely neuroergonomic…. Thanks

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Hey James
Hey James
In number 8:
I notice perhaps it should say:
there are: their.??
Nice lesson anyway. Thanks.

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8. _________ ten kinds of ice cream available, but _________ favorite is chocolate.
There; their: I don’t understant why this is th right one. Where is the verb?

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    Why do you need a verb here? This explanation might helps you =): “there” – means gelateria, “their” – means childrens, for example.

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      Thanks for your help.Probably you are right but in my opinion the clause above is not clear without a verb.
      There are ten kinds….
      A smile:)

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Only 9 correct . I got no.8 wrong.😭 it seems that I need to improve more

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    It`s not you who needs to improve: answers to question 8 have a misprint.

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I got 9 point.. thanku James:)

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other examples:
* see /sea
* sail /sale
* past / passed
*were / we’re / where
* nose /know
* new /knew

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    Thank you :)

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Thank you, teacher…!!!

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We really appreciate your Job Mr. E… (sorry, I mean, Mr. James) .

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    :) They’re good both.
    But Mr. James is much more talkative than Mr.E.

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Thank you for your lesson. I’ve learnt much more.

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Thanks a lot, James. I got 9 from 10.
What is more, my vocabulary has been increased for eight new words.

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in question no 8, i think “are” should be behind “there”. There are ten kinds of ice-cream available. Isn’t it???

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Thans James, you’re very friendly.
I think there is a mistake in exercise 8
would be :
8. There are ten kinds of ice cream available, but their favorite is chocolate.

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Hello, James. Thank you a lot for your lesson! Here are some more examples of homophones that I could recall:
Won’t – want
Right – write – rite
Would – wood
Whine – wine
Witch – which

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Thank you, James. this Lesson is very useful.

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Thank you

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I found the video quit useful.

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its helping me a lot

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😊 thank you!

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Thank you. This lesson is so nice

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Thank you for the leson !

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i think, question 8 needs (are) after there

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thank youu

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Fascinating class dear James there must be hundreds and hundreds of homophones but today thanks to you we’ve learnt some of them ….anyway keep on teaching us like you do dear James …..greetings from surco

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awesome.I got all correct.thank you.

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Hi there. I thought in 6 question that brake work means make an stop in the time.
Other example

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Great!I learned a lot in this lesson.Thanks

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I think this one is too easy and too long…

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I think there’s an “are” missing in question N.8!

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good lecon, thank you

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got 70 but nice one !

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Please kindly correct the first answer to question 8: there should be THERE`RE, not just THERE; otherwise, there is no correct answer, which can be really confusing. Thank you

Profile photo of LiudmilaTar LiudmilaTar

    Thank you very much for letting us know! It’s been fixed.

    Profile photo of engVid Moderator engVid Moderator

Is it not missing the verb “are” after “There” in the 8º question?

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    You’re right, and it has been fixed!

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Dear James I saw your class again and let me tell you that now I understand clearly anyway….. greetings from surco

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It’s useful to enhance my english skills, thanks to you Jams and the famous Mr E!

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Hi! I have a question: how do I kwow that I’ve upgraded from intermediate to advanced english learner?

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Thank you so very much.This quiz has really made me develop interest for more English lessons.

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Thank you for the class.

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Nice explanation! James

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thanks a lot :)

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I like the way you teach James.

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Great job James! I learned useful tools in this lesson!

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Thank’s James you are the best.

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There are several homophones such as “stationery”, “stationary”, “check”, “cheque” “bread”, “beard”, “though”, “thou” “see”, “sea”, etc.
Thank you, Mr. James. Your tone, body languages synchronize your content of the lesson.


10!!! Thank you James!

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great i like you jams so much i see you like willy smith same reactions

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I got 8 correct out of 10 questions :)

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I got 8of 10, I need more practice

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so so

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100% correct :) I am a beginner and I like your lessons because they are clear to me and I can understand a lot.Thanks a lot James :)

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Helps me a lot than you james

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i got 10/10

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no know
sun son
mine mind
live lift
not knot

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sheet,shit book,booked pull,pole cell,sale chest , chests

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