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303 COMMENTS

Thank you!

Sally S

    FIRST COMMENT!!! UHHHHHHHHUUUU! :)

    EMMA, you are great!

    Sally S

      great these lesson are really helpful. thanks teacher for all your help.

      angelyk

    You are a great teacher! I love this page. You are doing a great job. Sigan haciendo mas vídeos… Muchas gracias!

    evaristo

    thanks mam

    abdulwahab1275

    thanks Emma, this lesson is usefull

    AZIZ BUDIYANTO SH

I didn’t understand de question nº 8. Because if I choose “not about to”, there wil be double “to”. Or Is the question not correctly written?

fogassa

    Fogassa, yes, it’s incorrectly writing, but the correct choose is the third one because “to drop out” means:

    abandon, leave; give up, quit, back down; renounce!

    Would your parents let you “drop out” (abandon) school?

    Guess not!

    thalinho

      Incorrectly written*

      so sorry, automatic keyboard!

      thalinho

    It was a mistake. It was fixed.

    engVid

      hi thank you so much Emma for this lesson.As i was very confused about this ….

      pintuk

Hi Emma! I’m thinking about you .I love your lessons so pretty like you.
greeting from Hungary :)

gerej

thanks

adalberto75

Thank you, Emma.

Toto

Thank you Emma! Nice lesson!

Janilza

    hi janilza do you want to practice english with me

    turaa

please can you explain the difference between about and for

ikiller

    Basically, ‘think of’ usually means ‘imagine’ whereas ‘think about’ tends to mean something closer to ‘consider’, so the differences would arise in certain contexts.

    thalinho

10 out of 10. I am about to become a professional in English.))

poslegg

    haven’t you noticed anything wrong? Since you got everything right!

    Or Do I just see something more? =0

    thalinho

      *10 correct out of 10
      What do you mean?

      poslegg

        Question #8, there’s a (to) left!

        thalinho

          Oh about that, As soon as I noticed that I just deleted it in my mind.))))
          I thought you meant my grammar.

          poslegg

          No, of course not. Your grammar rocks!

          thalinho

          Thanks, I am pleased to hear it from you.

          poslegg

          Hey, poslegg, as if I were that good!

          thalinho

    Congratulation! I also got 10 of 10. (How is correct? “10 OF 10” or “10 OUT 10”) or both are correct? About 8 question, (Reema’s parents are not about TO TO let her drop out of school. They want her to get an education.) Maybe it’s about double TO? Or I don’t know…

    sergey92

      I think that it’s 10 out of 10, but maybe I’m wrong.

      vlalimpiev

        Ok I’ve got it. Thank you Vlalimpiev! I’ll try to remember that.

        sergey92

      The word was repeated by mistake. This has been fixed.

      engVid

        I think, it was just a small misprint. Thank you for such amazing site! And thank you Emma for so great lesson!

        sergey92

another question what’s the difference between think about and think of

ikiller

    Both are correct. You can say “I think about you” or “I think of you”.

    denise77

please help me

ikiller

Good leeson Emma. You’re a great canadian teacher ! But, number 8 is confused for me. I choose “about” , because “not about to” seems to be a mistake.

oscargutierrez502

Brazilian students RULES! HAHA

Great lesson, ms Emma. Could you please make a video teaching ABOUT academic/college idioms? I’m ABOUT TO apply for SAT and I want to learn ABOUT some commom expressions that students and teachers use at college, because I AM NOT ABOUT TO feel insecure with any phrase.

Thank you very much!

thulius

    Where are you planning to study?

    thalinho

Hi, Emma! All of the your lessons are very good.
This last about “about” is being very useful for me. With the help of this lesson, my english is about to improve.

All the best you.

claudio77

I would like to make a question. There´s a song called: THAT´S WHAT LOVE IS ALL ABOUT. What is the meaning of ABOUT in this titled?

claudiosantos418

    Watch the video again and pay special attention to the use of ” about” as subject!

    thalinho

    I guess that “all about” in this case means “all that can be said about the… love” or “That is all about the love is.”…

    claudio77

Emma, you simply rock!

thalinho

There’s a mistake on question #8, there’s a proposition (to) left!

thalinho

    hi celia,good morning.i need your help.iam doing my pg degree.i was not perfect in english.can you help me in english.

    jordhan

    Yes, this has been fixed.

    engVid

      Thanks, engvid!

      thalinho

Why some videos come with subtitles while some do not? The way I see it, it is more easy for me to understand the videos with subtitles.

ak6002

    Because it takes a lot of time and effort to make them. We would like to add subtitles to all the videos, but right now only some of the videos have them.

    engVid

many thanks

khalidse10

i was not about to leave a comment, till i found that many people wrote a comment. hhhhhhh

alani84

I didn’t understand de question nº 8. Because if I choose “not about to”, there wil be double “to”.

alia222

    The word was repeated by mistake. This has been fixed.

    engVid

Hi Emma. I would just like to ask for your help. Which is correct?

“He asked me what my name is” or He asked me what my name was”?

The guy upto this moment still sell shoes:
“He interviewed a guy who sells shoes” or “He interview a guy who sold shoes”?

Does adjective clause have to change tense depending on the main verb?

rjmanla

    Sorry. Typo error. I meant this:
    The guy upto this moment still sells shoes.

    “He interviewed a guy who sells shoes” or “He interviewed a guy who sold shoes.” which is which?

    rjmanla

    Hey, rjlovesyou, how’s everything going?

    This kind of structure you’re trying to use is REPORTED SPEECH.

    There are some rules you must follow anyway!

    1) If the introductory sentence starts in the present (Thalinho says), there is no backshift of tenses in Reported speech.

    Example:

    Direct speech: Thalinho: “I am an English teacher.”

    Reported speech: Thalinho says (that) he he is an English teacher.

    2) If the introductory sentence starts in the past (Thalinho said), there is often backshift of tenses in Reported speech. (see: Note)*

    Example:
    Thalinho: “I am an English teacher.”
    Thalinho said (that) he was an English teacher.

    Backshift of tenses

    FROM » TO
    Simple Present » Simple Past

    Simple Past/Past Perfect/Present Perfect » Past Perfect

    will » would

    * NOTE: the word (that) can be left out.

    thalinho

      Thalinho, “you rock”! :)

      Janilza

        Pleased to hear it, Janilza, but, I’m certainly not that speaker!

        thalinho

    Let’s now go your sentences over, shall we?

    Here it is:

    #1. “He interviewed a guy who sells shoes”
    #2. “He interviewed a guy who sold (him) shoes”

    REMARK: we’re now dealing with defining clauses.

    You can use both in the present and in the past as long as you wright it correctly!

    thalinho

    Hello rjlovesyou.
    In the first sentence you only should say: “he asked my name”. Brazilians always do this. We try to translate each word in portuguese to english. But it doesn’t work…

    andrebrochier

thanks

kazusumi

Dear Emma, thanks!
I’ve got 100 points.
But I still have 2 questions:
1) What did you mean under “not use in writing”. Is it incorrect or just uncommon?
2) Is the meaning of “not about to” – “not to be going to do sth”?

Thank you in advance,

kenzoll

Thank you so much

dhissie

thank u so much Ms Emma

sami45

thank you my favorite teacher,may ask question. Is “to to in quiz No. 8” correct?

kassemsaid

I think I am about to succeed in learning English by watching engVid videos :)

fadirra

Emma u are a lifesaver more vids pls

almorian

Thanks

ataliana

Thanks Emma, it’s a useful lesson, keep going :)

arrar

Great lesson!
Thank you teacher Emma, you made a great job.

boomslam

Thanks Emma..Nice class.

richu123

Emma, your lesson is very useful as usual. Thanks.

chudika19

Hi Emma. Thank you for your lesson’s.
This lecture, “about” is very useful topic for me that I didn’t know.

ghensum37

You are a great teacher. Thanks for the lesson.

sabina95

thanks alot

reem22

The lesson was superb, as always! I don’t know why, but I always understood sentences with the word about even without your lesson (now I know that I did it correctly), but I’ve almost never used one. Now I’m about to do that :)

vlalimpiev

thanks for the lesson

kitty20

well.. my first time and i, got 10 out of ten. i don`t want to brag about myself but i,m really good at this. jajaja by the way thanks emma i know this is not ABOUT me but i`m ABOUT TO become an expert and guys i`m NOT ABOUT TO be jugged by you.

marabunda18

warning!! my comment wasn`t about waht i thnik it was just to mke use of the words “ABOUT,TO BE ABOUT TO.. ,AND NOT TO BE ABOUT TO…

marabunda18

I was about to sleep, but I had to see this video before… Thanks again!

denise77

Anyone here available for a talk? That needs to work on their speaking as well.. U can skype me xianpan03

khristianf29

I ACED AGAIN THANKS FOR THIS GREAT LESSON EMMA

mghc618

thank you may i ask you a question? what is the difference between (I have worked here for 3 years) and (I have been worked here for 3 years) i am so confused

omar2017

    thank you

    omar2017

I am about to eat dinner, because this lesson about about, about to, and not about to, made me hungry. Nevertheless, I am not about to eat until finished it.

josedelgado

thank for your subject about it make me more understand about it.

pisey

    hello pisey.i wann to learn english faster .can you suggest me .how to learn english.

    jordhan

    i was shy when iam giving seminar in my college.how can i over come to this fear.its not getting fluent english.please help me how to get prepared for my english seminars.

    jordhan

thanks EMMA i have got 100 points :D

jojo999

Thanks Emma
Nice ………..

nigamaxi

Hi Sister Emma
I a`m so happy to get the score of 9 in your quiz thank you

thennek24

good! I want to practice English with friends.if someone want to practice this is my Skype ID:(( M.Tayyab Shafaq ))please contact with me.

tayyabshafaq

thank you very much you are the best

tarig28june

Friendly Emma,
Hi,
Hope u r okay;

Would u mind lend me a helping hand plz!!!
Generally speaking,which is the correct 1 ??!!
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
1.How often do u go 2 a gym ?
2.How often do u go 2 gym ?
3.How often do u go gym ?

Tx in advance,
Wish u luck,
Cordially,
:) fatiima!

fatiima8

    None of them is correctly written.

    How often do you go to THE gym?

    You must use the definite article (the) in it!

    See you around.

    thalinho

      … But we know that we use THE 2 refer 2 a definite n specific thing while I don’t wanna refer 2 a specific 1,so no need 2 use THE. N as I pointed out “Generally Speaking”,I wanna know which 1 is right in a general position,as a ? in a placement test 4instance.
      Hope u got man!!!

      G.L :)

      fatiima8

        Whatever you’re trying to say, you MUST use the definite article, unless the followed word is a verb…

        If you’re not trying to point an specific place out, this isn’t certainly the correct question!

        I certainly get your idea, sorry anyway…

        thalinho

Hi Emma,
You tought us really necessariy topic.Thanks a lot.Could you please explain the meaning of make sense? When I searched it ,My mind really felt confused (or I really confused?)
Best regards

cute2

    Hi cute2, here’s the definition:

    make sense

    1. To be coherent or intelligible: an explanation that made sense.
    2. To be practical or advisable: It makes sense to go now.

    Hope it helps.

    thalinho

      Hi Thalinho,
      Thanks for answering my question.I’m not sure but I think we use make sense for situatios not for persons. In fact I need more example sentence.Still I haven’t understood it enough.Thanks again ,though :(

      cute2

    Hey cute2
    Make sense is actually being used very different way from our national language.
    Check it out from Google translate.It says exatly same meanning the way we use it in Turkish.

    oguz

Thanks, Miss Emma nice lesson.

sergioastorga

thanks EMMA

tranducquanueh

hello madam,can you get any audio downloads,please send me.

jordhan

    me too

    didi17

please can i found any free downloads in english.

jordhan

    Yes, I really want to download this lecture too. But I can’t. Huft :(

    didi17

      Hey didi17 and jordhan, we don’t make the videos available for download, so you’ll have to find another way.

      engVid Moderator

Thanks Emma
Very useful lesson!

brala

Hi Emma.
Thanke you so much about this lesson.
I thought i am not about to get 10 out of 10 but i did it anyway :-).

Tahnks again

ahmed69

Dear Emma. How about to make a lesson about pronunciation of the letter I and G if there is som way to know how to pronounce them? I hope u understand what i mean.

best regards

ahmed69

i have two requests please:
first : the definition “pretty much” i hear it a lot but i do not understand
second : english insults please you may say no it is impolite but it is a part of the language , when you teach us insults you are not teaching insults you are in fact teaching A PART OF THE LANGUAGE, plz

aiman97

    Pretty in this case is being used as an adverb which means: quite, rather, fairly, a lot, much, plenty and so on…
    Pretty much means: very much!

    thalinho

      thanks

      aiman97

Hi Teacher Emma,

This lesson is really amazing. Thanks for your precious help for the improvement of my english. Keep doing the best.

locdy

ohhhh hhuuuuu the first time i get 100/100 oh it may be because the lesson is easy or your explaining is very good thank you emma, by the way i think there is a diference between the this two sentences :
your explanation is very good
your explaining is very good
right ????

aiman97

    “Explaining” is the verb “explain” in its -ing form which means your second sentence isn’t correct!

    thalinho

Very helful lesson and nice explanation thanks a lot

argenis

Ema you are the best one…

andrecon

Emma , I got this time 90 %. You are the best.

alpido24

oh thank’s ..

islamoben

I always got 7 out of 10. Not bad.. Regard from Sulawesi Islands, Indonesia. :D

didi17

Thanks from Athens.

pafsilipoclub

Thank you very much Emma. From Valencia-Spain

spous67

thank you.

Pong

You are my favourite teacher . Thank you so much

safawad

Thank you, for your good video
I understand vocabulary more than old.

chanisa

I’m about to do the test..

karl0z

Hello everybody! i need your help… may be you know something about usage of the present progressive with such words as often, always, seldom and usually and if it’s possible to use this tense with these words what is the rule… thanks in advance

salsaia

thanks for the lesson :)

athan106

thanks…..teacher
You are the best

bakrix123

Great

rabbani

I’m glad cuz i have done a great job today:):)

liangyone07

I can not describe your strong in teach thank you so much , i am glad to see a good teacher .

hakok

Wow!! Great lesson. 10 out of 10

salman

really wonderfull

taysirbr

what’s the difference between think about and think of

and please explain the difference between about and for

ikiller

Nice lesson. Thank you Emma!

shigabov

thank you

jumeniyaz

you do not now how mush i amazed every time i watch your videos

maistrobedo

You got 10 correct out of 10 :D

It’s about 10 o’clock ..
I am about to have my dinner !!!

I wanted to know about How to use “about”, now I got it ..

Thank you very much for the lesson Emma .. :)

DaZun

Thanks Emma!!

mazinho007

Thanks ! I never heard about it before ! It was very helpful for me ! Thanks again !

sanin25

Thanks;) 9/10 ;))

widela

Thaks Emma, you are a nice teacher.

anouki

thanks Emma for your lecture

salimwarti

Thank you Emma.

pafsilipoclub

Thank you Emma

karim1995

any one help me in learning english.i dont known much about .any one please.

jordhan

i dont have computer on my own.thats why iam unable to listen the videos daily.if any body known about audio downloads.please help me.if it is any other option that is about english sites.

jordhan

Thanks Teacher , and I am looking forward next video :D

tienlongtran

thanx.

rash94

thank you
this lesson is very helpful ..
you are the best

fatmia

Loved this lesson!

anderson1

Thank you Emma!!1!

atrilfb99

Thanks

amin123456

Thanks Emma! this joke for you.
– What are you thinking about that car?
– Everything on that car makes noise except the horn.

chafiq

Hi EMMA YOU ARE GREAT. MANY THX

daza

I discovered this site yesterday, and I must say that it’s really amazing.
You all are very professional. Thanks a lot!

abenjumea

It’s a impotent class to me….thanks to you.

arouf62

You are the best where are u ı’m gonna go there ı wanna take a lesson wıth u face to face

genc7

Great lesson. I’ve got 10 out 10. Thanks.

jackmaz

useful lesson I got 10 thanks

crissi

Thank you!

aouina

Hey Emma

This is really Helpful…..

Thank’s

mithunsikder86

Thank you Emma!!!

antoniocoelhoneto

thank you very much Emma!

prarod11

thanks Emma i like your pronounciation is very good and i like to speak like you

aduinterpreter

Thanks ..
if you can please explain the different between
to,about,from
for writing

carwan

Thanks. Your lesson is very helpful.

toanchu

very helpfull

dennybhatara

Thanks Emma, great class!

louiselubalu

Thank you Emma!
You are great teacher!!

mirage2407

Thanks Emma ! It is a good lesson.

sint2020

Thank you for your lesson.
It’s very useful for me.

hiennguyenbk9

Thanks,

I Think Canadian pronounce about like ” a boat “

gurelg

    I’ve heard that before!

    engVid Moderator

Thank you Emma!
You are great teacher.

lianbiak

Thank you Emma
It is great lesson.

nok023

Thank you, bye the way frank remembers me Naruto who always stands for his friends

hercules300

Thank you.

larysa6165

thanks Emma,but i have question about six
————————-
Lara was _______________ read her book when the telephone rang.
————————
you know , the ringing-phone bothered Lara, so she should be not about to read book, instead of reading one. It seems to me that it would be ” about to “.

just8574322589

ohhh sorry i got score 60 for first times,,,,,but i will try more hard then before heheh,,,nice to join this lesson,,,thanks n greetings to all,,, ^_^

sundu

pretty cool, i got 9/10, i learned a lot.

ghiejake

Thanks Emma.

Vera feng

thanks,
All your lessons are amazing!

femto3

I am very very like your lessons. Can you uplod more TOEFL lessons? Thanks!

ecitypower

10/10
Thank you Emma ❤

sakura

Emma you classes are fantastic! I love it!

gouveiava

thanks Emma
it was great lesson
i had 10/10

smamz800

I am enjoy by this lesson

Abdulaziz.

Thanks a lot Emma.I am not about to stop studying English because I falied a class.**

huenhanp102

Thanks a lot Emma.I about to view your next video.

AshutoshJha

I am not about to give up these lessons! ;) Oh sorry I forgot that we shouldn’t use it in writing. Actually what I forgot is that I should have thanked you first of all for such great lessons. thanks a lot I like your lessons very much!

korneli

Hi Emma
your lessons are absolutely amazing, so I am about to watch all videos on this practical website specially yours.
thanks for all your kindness.

amirswedish

Thank you Emma,
Your lessons are absolutely perfect,:)

javigante

Thank you so much

bummia

thank you Emma U ARE GREAT

BRUSTUREANU PETRU

GREAT !!!!

leandrotf

Thanks Mam, got 80%

Abdul Qayum

Skype ID Iftixar17 ..—->If you want to improve your speaking level like me ,you can add me at skype for talking.

iftixar

Your lesson is interesting!
Thank you very much!

Phoenix Fire

I got 100!!!!
what a clever man!!!!
thanks

Echeverriacg

Thank you Emma, I like Canadian accent:)

dbirdal

Hı emma ! I have to say ; you are good at it. :))

ebru01

GOOD LESSON, BUT I NEED TO PRACTICE MORE.

diana2020

Great lesson!

lingualeo

It’s an amazing lesson! Thank you, Emma.

Andrew Maliko

Y’know, your lesson make me remember a grammar structure : be to do st. I have not understood this structure at all. May you help me ? Thanks a lot !

superze1234

Yeaaahhhhh i got 10 correct out of 10 !! =D

drpn

thanks, Emma

sevaaz

I’m going to speak english fluently with you …
honestly you are fantastic Emma

oboor

thank you Emma~ take care^^

Gloria Lee

Thanks Emma >>
your classes are perfect.. they helped me in my teaching as well thanks a lot
God Bless & protect you .. Ameen

Muhammad Almuallim

thanks Emma, your lessons are really powerful. i like it

jamesjoshep

Thanks Emma..I got 90%

Joshisadanandan

Thanks Emma.All your lessons are very helpful , your pronounciation is very good I like it very much.

berdikole

Useful, many thanks

bootoffav

Thanks :) this workout helped me

rft31

thanks Emma, i is really a nice video.

Mr.hany physics

Beautiful teacher = great learning

Alexander Santana

Thank you so much!

Tchin Shi

Thank you Ms. Emma I enjoy your lesson

Esperanza Socuano

Thank you Ms. Emma I enjoy (“,)

Esperanza Socuano

What an amazing teacher you are! :)

harryrupam

thanks emma i get 90

samoh3235

hi Emma , i’m about to interview at my university .Can you help me,please ?? thank you

thiennguyen1994

thanks loads.
I would like to know ,what is difference between how about and what about?

setialon

100%

Oleg-St. Petersburg

It’s very helpful. Thanks a lot. :-)

LynnPeralta

You are perfect teacher

nuray44

Hi, I ‘d like to know if is it possible to use these terms at past. For example:
– At the time, he was not about to let the country.
-I was about to take a shower when she called me.
Thanks for answering.:)

Perlamar

Thank You Emma I love your class I need to learn more step by step.

Raymond1954

thanks you mrs. emma

bassem fathy

Thank you emma..

ehabelwattar

Thank you :)

Brkb

Thank Emma for this lesson :)

Yihok Chea

thank you

mak1978

I love they way you teach. Its very easy to feed everything in mind what you speak.
I have no words to say more, god bless you.

bd7516

Thanks a lot

Carlos Barraza F

emma, i’m going to eat dinner n’ i’m about to eat dinner. are they same,,,,

syarief

Excelent….It’s a good English grammar class..

francalher

i learned so much from this vid

uokorokomomo

thank you !

nh2kimo

Thank you,Emma.

Taekwun Ha

I got 100, kkkkkkkk

udmaa

10/10. Thank you Emma, your a good teacher.

Silverback49

thanks a lot EMMA with this quiz I’ve got 10/10

Mmadi ANTIFI

thank u Emma, I like your lessons

nino79

Thank alot from thailand

Surachai.J

I got 10 to 10 .. . . .

Sivakumar

how can i download your lessons ?

newinterchange666

Hello Engvid, I love you people I fellow you everywhere on the internet, I have inquiry and it so urgent PLEASE, How may I contact you please ?

Ahmed.AJ

Great lesson. Thank you.

Abhi

Thank you Emma. First,I got 9/10 and second I got 10/10. Have a woundful holliday,Emma.

TammyChung

Tonight I got 9 out of 10 ,Am so happy nd satisfied! I want to try more quiz but im pretty sleepy maybe coz am tired just got back,home from my ballroom dance I can’t concentrate ill do again next time ,Thx Ms.Emma

bellamari

I’m about to find friends here to improve my English :)

Basri

    you got a friend im here so what you about to do now

    Prashant2000

thank u really u r great amazing teacher

qazwan

you have learned me a lot of english, thank you Emma. :)

Mina Makar

great lesson! Thanks a lot!

Vivimi

Hi Emma.What are you talking about,i haven’t understand any thing ha.ha.!
Regards!

Brahim58

Thank you, teacher!

lorenzoyoques

Hi Emma
Thank you very much, you are great as we had known befor,i would like to tell you i’m about to luern english language

alisam

learn correct

alisam

Thank u Emma for teaching us

Mubasheercan

I thank you very very much emma you are greatest

rafik68

Thanks, Emma.I got 100.Good explanation.

nickandr

Thanks, I’m enjoy!!

ibmbou

I was about to go out my mom was called me and She said, I’m not let you go out becase you always late home when you go out.

Tammyjang1

Thanks Emma for the lesson! I’m about to watch your lessons over&over.

Maria79

Can somebody tell me what we say in the situation when we want to express We won’t have a shower soon? Because it’s okay that we say : I am about to have a shower (I’ll have a shower soon) but what we say when we won’t have a ashower soon? We can’t say I am not about to have a shower because I’m not determinated about not having a shower. I just won’t have a shower soon.

Daniellll

Thanks Emma………….I feel CANADIAN accent is better than American…….

Asifkhan65

Thanks alot Emma

SaroCaro

Thanks alot Emma, my pleasure teacher.I am looking forward to recieving your new lessons.

Mehdi 2022

10 of 10 , thank you

mokdadm

10 out of 10 thank you so much for these wonderful video lessons.

fernando triana

Thanks a lot.

Tuam Tiam

thanks

issam.ali

You got 9 correct out of 10 thank you

M kartal

Thank u

MAKILEESWARAN

good to teach such a strong basic learning like this …i like the way Emma’s explanation

soukphadeth

I like to study Emma’s lecture. Thank you.

dreamk7x

I am about to sleep😔 Thank you Emma😊

Stanazelic1

Love to learn. Thank you.

hood2hoods

thanks for this interesting lecture. I about to get 100 but a little mistake and I got 90.

Prashant2000

teacher… 10/10… thank you very much…i’m looking forward to watching your new lessons soon.

Kim Dung 0303

I do not anderstand the meaning ot this lesson,,,,, in anycase we are obliged to write “about to” cause there is verb after, an infinitive. So?

al willis

Thanks!

shihai182

I like the lesson. It is a new discovery that I make this morning. It makes me understand the difference among them. It is very helpful
Thank you!

frederique

Thank you Emma I didn’t know the meaning of ”not about to”.

hasan13

Thank so much Emma. I learn every day more.

tevy22

I’m just about to speak like a native speaker

jvfiguera

I’m about to learn more English with Emma
I’m about five lessons to speak like a native speaker

jvfiguera

thanks so much

Ahmed hassaan

Thank you Emma! 10\10

Zanat

10/10 thnxxxx Emma.

Bhagyavati

I got 10 correct out of 10, good job, myself. :D
I’m about to getting better and better in English ! :)
I’m not about to let anybody stop me when I’m studying English.
Just now,I’m about to go to bed.
Good night, everyone.

Tammyjang1

Thank you, Emma

aom1987

10/10
thanks from algeria

snipersaida

Thanks Emma. I’m not about to quit learning English, despite being difficult.

Kingsley Kunda

Thank you Ms. Emma for a useful lesson.

Alex-1956

9/10! I’m not about to stop learning English with Emma! Emma help me improve my English level. Thanks!

Jerry Gu

I got 9 correct out of 10
Thanks Emma

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