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295 COMMENTS

Actually …it’s a very useful lesson

Thank you Adam

momen22

    Actually, it’s a nice comment

    ahmedntg

quite a tricky test..
;-)

luca

Hi Adam
Actually this is a good lesson

Neusa

Hi, I need find some person from Turkey or from other countries who have time to talk with me. I’m from poland but in next month I’m going to Turkey. Please write me on skype ‘adam_szofer’. Bye

adi1984

Actually I think question 4 gets all wrong answers.
Students affirmation is true, so the teacher emphize its response then:
to emphasize that the student is wrong
must be:
to emphasize that the student is RIGHT

Oscar

    Hi Oscar.

    You’re right. I should have use “clarified for the student” rather than “correct” in this case. Although, the teacher does say “that’s right” first. he is technically correcting incomplete information, but not an error necessarily.

    Good point.

    Adam

      Sorry that I react to this comment but have problem to write my own so this is probably the only way how to ask: why have you use WITH WHO? since I studied that if preposition stands in front of the WHO, Who has to change its form to WHOM? Is it really common not to change the form or is it just used in Canada?
      Thank you in advance :)

      Richard88

Hi Adam,
Could you please tell me if actually and in fact are interchangeable?,
Look forward your kind reply.
Best regards,
Riaz Noor Afridi

Riaz Noor

    Hi Riaz,

    Yes, quite often they are. However, ‘in fact’ doesn’t fit in as many situations as ‘actually’, whereby actually even has some slang uses.

    Good question.

    Adam

Adam, this one is brilliant:
She is shocked to find out that you are shocked to find out she’s shocked. :)))))))))))))

krzysztof70

10 out of 10 !!! thank you Adam :)

elli

In the question 4, the teacher is not correcting the student said, I think he is adding more information about his student said. What do you think?

josedelgado

    Hi Jose

    You’re right. I should have use “clarified for the student” rather than “correct” in this case. Although, the teacher does say “that’s right” first. He is technically correcting incomplete information, but not an error necessarily.

    Good point.

    Adam

Thanks Adam fror this excellent lesson

argenis

Good one !!!

elli

this is very important topics.

suburata

    Thank you very much all you brothers and sisters it is help full.

    michael

good work
thanks

mustafa

Actually, “I chew a leaf” was really funny:)

larisaque

Actually, i only got one of the questions wrong, because i did not read it properly. Thank God, but nest time, by the grace of God i will do better. :-)

Oniel

    Sorry, it should be “next time” and not “nest time.”

    Oniel

Thanks a lot for your videos.At last native speakers are really involved in the process of teaching English.Could you deal with essay writing,please?

yassir

Actually i loved that!!!

ali

MMmm…bad score at this time, 80% out of score.

rolmos2

Actually i got 4 correct out of 10
it’s so bad i know but it’s so good for me thanks Adam
i will try again and again

Raid

Thanks Alex!
Your t-shirt reminded me “Scrubs”. Do you know J.D.? )))

cter

70% of accuracy, I could better actually.

marcinowski

wow,,tnanks :))

ruby

Oh!! It has been a nice lesson.

engvivid85

I got 100% !!! Actually, I can’t believe!!! :D

Marcelo Lima

Good teacher and good lesson ! Thank you Adam. Actually I think you’re a very good teacher !

oscargutierrez502

Hi,

Adam could you please teach us in how many cases after GET the third form of the verb (Past participle)is used.PLEASE,PLEASE,PLEASE.

Kinds Regards,
Farooq

Farooq

    Will get on it ;)

    Adam

that’s very useful for anyone

QAIS

with who or with whom?
Thanks.

Nathan

    Hi Nathan,

    Kind of random, but I’ll go with whom. :)

    Adam

Adam, I have to tell you : THANK YOU. I’m looking for longtime a similar lessons to correct my language. I talk and write French and Arabic fluently but I feel ridiculous to speak English. Thank you again and see you in your channel at Youtube.

Mohamed Baddaoui

we can use actually to emphasize something
actually we liked you from the first lesson :)
THANK YOU PROFESSOR ADAM.

mo7amedkma

i tried it.Actually,it was good without watching your lecture and next time i will watch first and then will take the test. i scored 6

anurag

Thank you Adam

malik4159

Dear prof,Adam,
Hope everything’s okay with u,
Would u mind answer 2 my ? plz ?????!!!!!!
Let me know the difference btw it n that.
Tx in advance,
fatiima!
:-)

fatiima8

    Hi Fatima,

    That’s a little difficult to answer, because these are very general terms without context. But…
    It= subject pronoun (like he, she, I you…) but refers to things, places, etc.
    That= demonstrative pronoun that refers to something already known. ‘that’ can also be used as an adjective, whereas ‘it’ cannot.

    That dog is cute. It is my friend’s.

    That=pointing to a specific dog.
    it= the same dog.

    Does that (answer) help?

    Adam

      Yep,
      It does really help!
      Lot’s of tx.
      Kind regards!

      fatiima8

        Lots!
        :D

        fatiima8

Thanks , goos lesson

Salim

Thank you teacher.

boogydoggy

thank you !

onion

Thanks! This lesson is very helpful.

riliupocha

Hi Adam,
You’ve forgotten to mention, that it’s one of these most overused words in daily converasations. Take care.

Les ;o)

Les

Thank you Adam!
I used the word “Actually ” instead of “Now ” or “At the moment ” and I was wrong!
I understood that this is an Italian “False Friend “.

aiace

    hi.

    sarah

real, I need to improve my English, please help me

gharbiyah

Thanks Adam

Angel

Ok Adam . here I learning about correct pronunciation of the word actually..Thanks Adam

Mario

I got 60 — strange! I use this word all the time, and I actually don’t know what went wrong. But let’s take a look. xD

1 — I don’t really know how the word “really” sounds. It can be pronounced at least in 3 or 4 different ways depending on what the person wants to express, so this question is a little bit confusing to me. I chose “Tim thinks he is wrong.” because “really”, in this case, in my mind means “It’s unbelievable, I’m pretty sure that you had tried it, maybe you don’t even know about that, there is no way to be otherwise”, and this actually means “Tim assumed he had tried it.” xD

2. — I picked up “I chew a leaf”, and I was consciously wrong here! But this one was funny! xD Why? Take a look for the following letters. English speakers pronounce “y” like Polish “i”, and English “i” like Polish “y” more or less, anyway they are switched. And pronunciation of English “e” or “ee” sounds like Polish “i”. Try to explain, using “ak chu i lee”, etc, how to pronounce “city” to a Polish guy. xD That’s why I started to learn IPA because I can’t just follow that way of pronunciation you gave — there is too much confusion, at least to me. xD So, If I can suggest something — would you try to use IPA? /ˈæk.(t)ʃə.li/ — this sounds always the same, no matter what language you speak. xD

9. “Actually” can often be replaced by the word “really”. — I chose “false”. Can I really say “Actually I was wrong” and “Really I was wrong”?

10 “Actually” can be used to start a new paragraph in an essay because it is about to show a contrasting idea. — I chose “no”. Actually I’m not a big fan of this solution, but good to know that. :)

morfik

    Hi Morfik,

    1-yes, it’s hard to get a sound in written English. I was hoping the other answers were obvious enough to have only one choice.

    2- I’ve been trying for years to get students to study the IPA but most of them think it’s a whole other language and don’t want to learn it. It would make life much easier for English teachers if we had more students like you

    9- Keep in mind I wrote often, not always :)

    10- Not a big fan of it myself, but when you’re stuck in a TOEFL or IELTS exam and that clock is ticking loudly in your ears, it’s not that bad

    Adam

      Having said that (about 9) I think I meant to write “in fact’ instead of ‘really’.
      But, basically, people use really to suggest ‘in reality…’ aka, in fact.

      Adam

My own questions about “actually”.

1. Do we use a comma when we start a sentence with the word “actually”? For example: “Actually, I…”
2. In the vid, you gave a sentence: “Many people think A, but that is actually not true.” — I want to ask about the word order. Can we rewrite the second part of the sentence to:
“but that actually is not true.”
“but actually that is not true.

I would use all of these three. Does it make any difference when I change the word order, or is there a preferred way of using “actually”?

morfik

    1- Yes, you need a comma if it starts the question because technically you are using it as a transition.

    2- All three are correct. the placement adds a subtle difference to why you’re using it, e.g. emphasis, transition, etc.

    Good q’s as always

    Adam

thx a lot

ali

thank you very mush i learned from u

ameer

Great lesson Adam. Thanks.

ubiracymafra

I got only 60.
Dear Adeam,
Would you like to help me about faulty sentence?

mesu

    I’d love to Mesu :)

    Adam

I got only 60.
Dear Adam,
Would you like to help me about faulty sentence?

mesu

I got 8 out 10 :( I don’t undertand why actually can be replace by really. Adam, Could you please explain to me? Thank you

carolina

    Hi Carolina,

    Actually, I think I meant to write “in fact’ instead of ‘really’.:(
    But, basically, people use really to suggest ‘in reality…’ aka, in fact.
    Does that help?

    Adam

Thanks Adam!

brala

actually you are a good teacher Adam

mahdi

hi teacher adam ..thanks fot the lesson
please I have a simple query
…………………
*the boy who went missing in australia *
why
(who went)
and not
(who was)
…………………
thanks Sir :)

nino31

    Hi Nino,

    who went missing= disappeared, which is an action verb. The sentence is used to describe what happened.
    who was missing uses a ‘be’ verb to describe a situation. It depends on the context though. If you say he was missing, I understand that he is now found, otherwise you need to say who is missing. who went missing can be used to talk about the past disappearance regardless of the present situation.

    Does that help?

    Adam

Thanks Adam

gibrahim200

thank you very much your lesson very usefulCan you Taidon write the contents of the lesson
In the text of a PDF
So I can review the lesson and how to write the words spoken
Thank you

debaghi

Hello dear adam
actually, i am new in canada, i am too weak in english. i know what is the mean of actually, why it’s use,i got 3 out of 30. How i improve my english? i check my english level its 2.help me pls. tell me what i can do for this?

kuldip

    Hi Kuldip,

    Best thing I can tell you is to keep practicing every day. You’re in Canada so you have plenty of opportunities (the language is all around you, pay attention to it, engage it).

    Mostly, be patient. It’ll get better.
    :)

    Adam

Quite more difficult as I expected !!

glmrenard

can you please do a programe on word ‘Apparantly”?

Imran

    will try :)

    Adam

The quiz was more difficult than I thought, butI got 10 out of 10. :D

sanosuken

Thanks adam very good !

rezeka22

I like this test, It´s very educational, actually my score is 60 percent, I´m going to study more, thanks for the class.

andrey

short and sweet
thanks dear Adam.

Dado

many thanks

khalid

really?! it can be replaced by really?

thank you Adam! that was helpful! :D

jenpot

In my opinion ‘actually’ is just a filler such as ‘you know’, ‘so’, ‘like’, ‘right’ etc.

bonhob

    It can be. Young people overuse it, but it has its value :)

    Adam

      Yes, Mr. Adam, especially those wild people like us (!) From Russia! ))

      Vladkabatkovich

Good one!

purna2

Thank you very much

victorcueto

you so nice thank u very much…

jovin

It,s good lesson

khalid

actually I have got 9 out of 10
thank you mr Adam

salim46

I thought that “actually” was synonymous with “really”
Thanks for this lesson!!

vanexa

Can I downlaod all trained video from you?
If I can, I downlaod all video in order from biginer to advanced.

Viphou Meas

Actually got 9 out of 10 on this one.
Number 4 is tricky. I don’t actually think the teacher corrects the student, he merely puts in some additional info.

Pascal

    Hi Pascal,

    You’re right. I should have used “clarified for the student” rather than “correct” in this case. Although, the teacher does say “that’s right” first. He is technically correcting incomplete information, but not an error necessarily.

    Good point.

    Adam

it’s harder than I thought, the videos explaination makes us feel so confident, but with the exercises its completely different … ;-)

samy0074

    think simple.you will do it.good luck!!!

    jessicapham

Very very useful, thank you dear Adam!

veeda

thanks mr adam.useful lession!!!!

jessicapham

PLEASE people! help me improve my speaking skills! Add me in skype: mara.vzla

Thanks in advance

MaraVzla

thank you adam

sirisha

very easy and useful! Thanks Adam!

kurte

Very clear but not very simple, ciao

lucia

What does (It all comes down to one day) mean?
Thanks

henry19

    It means everything will be decided on that one day and everything that happened before is no longer important.

    Does that help?

    Adam

thank you :)

nawal99

Hi Adam. I thought when Clara telling “well,actually” it’s one might understand in two ways(depending on the intonation). Am I right?

Ruslan

    Hi Ruslan,

    Yes, this words carries a lot of meaning in its intonation. In this case, you should understand not what she is going to say, but that she has some info you don’t.

    Adam

      Thank you Adam.

      Ruslan

Thank you Adam. You care about your virtual students and spend lots of time to prepare quiz which is not very easy and force us to think about it . I love how you teach. Thank you again. Wish you luck on your novel.
Best,

Tara

    Thanks Tara :)

    Adam

oh.I get 5 out of 10.

jet

Hi
useful lesson, thank you
I want to know the difference between British and american English, please. and tank you again

tema780

    Hi Tema

    Surprisingly, there are too many to list here ;)

    I’ll try to make a lesson about it.

    Adam

Thank you Adam this is the great lesson and requires a little hard thinking :)

Mohammad Yasin

Two more questions. :)

1. On the website (amazon), there is information that the book has 1104 pages. What does actually “page” mean in English? Is there something like “site” or “side” in books? I mean one page = 2 sites/sides? If we turn a page, so basically we are on the same page, but the number is different. I don’t know how to explain it in a better way. xD

2. I want also ask about “negative questions” — I don’t actually know how to name it. xD But basically, it looks like this: “Doesn’t he learn English?” But sometimes I come across questions like: “Did you not want to go?”. I’m not sure if this is connected somehow, but the difference between those two questions is the place where “not” stands. In the first question, “not” is added to the helping verb, whereas in the second question “not” is in front of the main verb. Adam, could you please tell me something about this? Can I move the “not”, and the meaning stays the same?

morfik

    “Page” is one side of a sheet(use dictionary). You are not one here.

    Ruslan

      I see now:
      “One surface of a sheet of paper (used instead of “page”, which can mean one or both surfaces.)
      — John wrote 15 sides for his essay!
      So, if there is information that book has 1104 pages, this means that it actually has a half of it?

      morfik

        Oh, yes! It’s 552 sheets of paper!(About your second question “did you not want to go?”. Changing place of “not” in this question just makes a little accent of astonishment(Didn’t you want to go?).

        Ruslan

    1- Ruslan got it right. A sheet has two sides,on which can be written two pages. If you want to get technical, a book has the recto (right-hand side) and a verso (left).

    A ten-page essay can have 10 sheets, single-sided, or 5 sheets, double-sided.

    2- The negative questions are the same regardless how you write them. If you want to use the contraction, you have to add the ‘not’ to the helping verb. If you want to open it up, the not has to go near the main verb because that is actually what it is negating. The helping verb is there to construct the question and to apply a tense. the not cannot be contracted into the main verb because it can’t change forms-it must keep its form to do its job.

    Does that help?

    Adam

      Yes, thanks.

      morfik

that was usefull :thank you so much

Riyad

hello i m new student hepl me please

yami sanchez

actually this lesson is very good

sushmapinku

Thank you for good explaination

temtoy

Hi all,
Who knows the difference btw cloths n clothes?!

Tx in advance,
Regards!

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fatiima8

    Actually, I do :)

    cloth- fabric (usually cotton, linen, etc.)
    cloths- a few pieces of cloth.

    clothes- things you wear.
    there is no singular except ‘a piece of clothing’

    good?

    Adam

      Way 2 go
      Way 2 go
      Way 2 go
      .
      .
      .

      :)

      fatiima8

Actually, Adam is a great teacher! Thank you so much, dear teacher!

Janilza

8-10 Good starti videong.Thanks for younr video.
keeping going

ineed63

Thanks alot teacher

negar

I actually understand this lesson completely,Thank you teacher

negar

Great class
I’m actually learning english a lot.

rafafilho

เรียนภาษาอังกฤษมาตั้งนานแต่ก็ยังพูดไม่ได้ และไม่เข้าใจแกรมม่าด้วย จนปัจจุบันหนูเรียนมหาวิทยาลัยปี 1 แล้ว ก็ยังไม่สามารถที่จะพูด หรือแต่งประโยคภาษอังกฤษได้เลย ทุกครั้งที่หนูไปเทสที่คอร์สเรียนภาษาอังกฤษ หนูมักจะอายที่จะพูดภาษาอังกฤษ และอยากจะร้องไห้ !

Punny

    You can do it!
    l used to be like you susu ka!

    pichaya

thanks alot

ahmed

It’s really a helpful lesson!I like your voice very much!now I know the way to improve my English skills!How wonderful your website is!thank you :-) !

kasa

Actually i got 5 correct out of 10

i need more prectice

thanks adam

frzana

it really works and good one

radhikasingh

one topice about parents

rahmat

Actually i got 7 correct out of 10,but i could do better.I think i will be doing better next time.Actually it was confusing lesson as well.please tell me my mistakes in writing. Thanks in advance.

rajpal

Hi Adam,
Thank you,
It is actually very nice.

Atef

Thanks for the lesson

River

Hi sir
this lessons so important and useful
i love that …………

manardz

8 correct out of 10
(:

Hnan

It is good…thanks

Ajmal

thank u adam

nora

9 correct out of 10… Actually I liked this lesson…

brunoamaral

Good lesson. Have got 70… next time will be better

Renata

great one

rakesh

hi how r u actually i have had problem in

make a paragraph could you help me please what are the topics that i have to follow.

abdulla baradiy

Adam!

I have a question about pronunciation of this word.
Is it correct to say ac·SHu·al·ly
/ˈakSHo͞oəlē/ (CH change into SH)?

yankhonskiy

    Hi Yan,

    I can’t really say there is a correct or incorrect way. The sh will be understood in speech, which is essentially the important thing. It also depends where you’re using the language.

    I hope that helps

    Adam

It’s Very Nice Lesson. I’m Enjoying By Watching U

Said

Thanks everybody :)

Adam

Awesome!! thanks

farid - from malaysia

hello i m new student hepl me please

hader

nice

sam

Thank u adam

Ramy

Thank you so much.

Felicien

Therefore, Lisa should say: …with whom?
Tom would never cheat on me with her or him.
Her or him = whom.
Am I right?
Amazing class.
Thanks.

Nathan

Good morning, Teacher,
I am an <>. I mean that I decided to became as good as I can. So, every time I can, I study with native Teachers (in this period once a week). I suggest other students, expecially beginners and intermediates, to whatch also “Extra English Episodes”, that can be found on youtube.
I always listen to different English lessons on the net, and it’s really difficult to find someone that care about the lessons, the quizzes, and about student’s questions like you do. It’s obvious that you are a good man in general. One of that people that everything they do, they do with passion. Nowdays this is very rare, in my country, and I think all over the world as well. Thank you for all this. All Engvid Teachers are good. But Rebecca, you and James are, in different ways, very professional, expecially thinking that you do that for free. Pleace, tell also other Teacher I really thank all of them, even the others I don’t mentioned, of which I watch the lessons too. I’m thinking to do something to thank you because Engvid lessons were very useful to me to improve my English. Somtimes I also think to come in Canada with my family to know all you. Even if I think that probably you don’t work together and you aren’t in the same place together (all the time). I started with Rebecca that is really clear For beginners, and the funny-professional-useful lessons of James made me understand fast speakers. Your lessons are very understable-clear-useful. Thank you so much everybody. Marcello

Marcello (Sicily)

    I am agree with everything you wrote, Marcello. And I am amazed that they created this lessons for us for free. I hope they can keep do it for a long term. Thank you for the advice with “Extra English Episodes” :). Best regards for all!

    Luiza

    Thank you Marcello :) I appreciate it very much.

    Adam

hello respected teacher,
your art of teaching is very good.
i understood very easily. thanks a lot. i have a question,”actually is same meaning of exactly?”

tprabhajiny

    Hi Tprabhajiny

    No. Exactly means almost like perfect, or very very correct. Actually, means there was a problem and needs correction.

    Does that help?

    Adam

      Hey Adam. Could you please make a video explaining the differences between Stand and Stay?

      frailyn5

I always listen to everybody english language is
difficult to teach. Anybody Can’t teach easily
Actually, english languagevery good & Easy way to teach through engvid.com
very nice teach method

vanika

We worked in class in Quito, Tumbaco, Ecuador.
Actually the quiz was hard, also we liked the video because you explained it well. Thanks.

Prado 9th grade

Thank you Adam, you are great.

Fereydoun

thank you very much sia Adam,ive learned a lot ..

2bmario

thank you Adam 10 out of 10

mwakis

thanks teacher adam.please teach us all about get. when there is a noun after get, when there is adjective after get what does get mean in such situation. and when to use rd form of verb and what sense it gives in this situation. waiting for your response

syednomanshah22

rd form of verb means 3rd form of verb

syednomanshah22

Perfect explanation!!! congratulations :D

leobsas2000

thanks a lot but in question four why don’t you replace the option to correct the student with to be more accurate?

yara93

Thank you, I loved this video.
You really are a good teacher.
congratulations!

claudio duarte

Very good lesson! Thank you!

bovary13

Thanks a lot Adam..
It really helped me to understand the exact use and meaning of Actually.
But I have few more doubts other than this..
I just want to know actually i have a confusion regarding do and does. I know its very simple but somewhere i have heard that “do” can be used with He or She?
But why?
What are the conditions and logic for this..
Because till now what i have learnt is that in grammar there is nothing like this. Could you please clear this one for me…
Thanks
Deep

Deep Wadhwa

thank you adam, you are a good teacher.

ikenber

thank you, Adam!

crayong

Thank You Sir

nahid09

Hhhhh Woooow I get 10 from 10 !!!! I think my self loser in english

thank you so mush adam ^_^

alsharqawi2

thanks adam…

hdid

Hey Adam!!!
Thanks alot for your examples, they’re so helpful ;)

Greetings!

fejzic83

Actually, I’m a lexicophile.

lexicographer

I see that QUIZ has the correct answer:
“ak chu i lee”

But ACTUALLY on the board we can see “ak chu A lee”?

So I guess you have to correct QUIZ.

:)

It is a really a good and useful lesson!

dboyko

Hello, Adam I appreciate your lessons.
Congratulations!
I have a doubt in the first question

[Bruce: “I’ve actually never tried Mexican food.”
Tim: “Really?”
Why does Bruce use ‘actually’?]

The underlined answer was “Tim assumed he had tried it”. Actually i Think that he just emphasized that he had never tried it.

tks ;)

enne

great great great job, Adam! Carry on! I dont even know What I would do without you. Thanks a lot.. You are not like everyone. You are unusual teacher. thanks

patrickbritish1996

thanks, your lesson is very useful, i got 10 correct out of 10,actually i got 8/10 ^^!

trymybest

amazing ! I in love with yours lessons ! cerry on !

sanin25

hi Adam,
it is good.. actually i got more meaning for Actually…. thank you…

stellakarthik

very very good
English Vocabulary – ACTUALLY

elmodwiki

gooooooooooooooooood!!!!!
thesedays,I’m into engvid.com!ㅋㅋkk
I’m sure that my english will be improved by you.
Thanks a lot.

ea9436

Hi Adam thank u 4 this lesson you are a great teacher ;)

almaha232

It’s actually a very good lesson.
Thank you so much.

mahmoh

you are a very good teacher. i like Emma’s and your lessons. i always watch them. thanks for your explanations and examples. i usually use actually like really and in fact. after this lesson i knew it had a definition like contrast. have a good day.

ganbashir15

Hi Adam. I think as a Canadian you must know that “actually” is a false friend. Actually must be translate into French by “en fait” and no “actuellement”. This is a very common mistake made by French speakers as well as they translate “eventually” into “éventuellement” instead of “finalement”. Those false friends are very tricky.
By the way, don’t forget , please, to make a lesson on the verbs following “to” with the “ing” form. Thanks.
As from May 22nd my wife and me are going to spend three weeks in Rochester NY. “Happy!” But, “actually”, Air Canada changed our return flight schedule without any explanation so we are going on June 13th to loose our time for more than six hours on Toronto Airport. “Not happy”. We could make a stroll to Toronto but I don’t know what to do with luggage. In France there are no lockers anymore for security reason. Best regards.

patple13

Thanks a lot. You are a good teacher.

nitchaphat

thank you very much adam

essamaldeen

It was a really good lesson. Got 8/10 in the quiz. Thanks Adam.

dhaval85

Hi Adam, very clearly explained, thank you. I only failed in question number 9 because I have the “really” assumed more as a question, though I know it can be used in a sentence. Anyway I’ve read above your explanation (in fact). Thank you very much!

abyplab

:( I think question no.2 was wrong answer. It’s not “ak chu i lee”, but it’s “ak chu a lyy”. Isn’t it????? Or wrong teach. So confuse!!!!

prapatsornpal

Thank u teacher for the lesson. I love this test ,but I need to practice it again

dine02

Thank you.

pafsilipoclub

Hi Adam! Are there other uses of ACTUALLY besides the meaning IN FACT?

grazisil13

Actually it is confusing quiz.

sint2020

Thanks.

gpio8080

actually this lesson was so usefull

rama essam

Dear Adam, in my native spanish “ACTUALLY” often is a confuse word with “ACTUALMENTE” both has become in a FALSE COGNADO or FALSE FRIEND too, your class is clear and take off of my mind this false idea, FALSOS AMIGOS O FALSOS COGNADOS. Thanks.

polo1954

Thank you Adam,can you show us Likewise,Thus,as well as in future lessons?Thank you for attention!

Suleyman90

excuse me, adam , why didn`t lisa say with whom?

Mahmoud Mohammed

Actually, Adam’s lesson is very useful. I learned a lot from you. Thank you Adam..

Bien

Thank you very much Adam. I actually need to work on my English more.

huenhanp102

I sometimes use “actually.” But I got 8 correct out of 10…Actually, it means I don’t understand so much about “actually,” don’t I? haha Anyway Thank you Adam. I could confirm if I understand it well :D I hope to try your video and the quiz again someday.

Happy04

thanks !

jimmy9x

Adam,
Actually, I’m always confused about how to use the word “actually”.
Your explanations are very clear!
Thank you

Marcio R Santos

Thank you Adam.
Actually, I got only 70 point on your test….

SanaF

Thanks Sir, Actually, I cannot understand the lesson completely but this is first lesson by you in which I got 100%. I cannot believe, it’s amazing.

Abdul Qayum

THANK YOU ADAM.
ACTUALLY YOU ARE VERY GOOD TEACHER

Vikramaditya Mishra

Hi adam….Its a great opportunity to us that i found engvid.com..like everyone said, your a great teacher.I downloaded some of your videos in my phone.This time i just signed in here in your website.I watch everyday all the videos that i found in you.I learned a lot from here.Thank you so much for this website who created this.Its a blessing from us who wanted to learn and enhance their English skills.

darwin maglines

PS adam…my question is how to use however and then.I always update your new lessons…waiting for your reply.

Darwin Maglines
Phillippines

darwin maglines

Thank you Adam. I am very happy to find engvid.com. You are my first teacher here, and your teaching style is awesome!

Demosa

Thanks Adam.

Naveed

Very helpful Mr.ADAM,thanks a lot.

doudi

Hi guys! It seemed to me that this lesson would be very easy for me..nevertheless I passed the test only at second attempt!! :) Thanks, Adam! I became a bit more skillful in English ))

AlexSem

i got 90 :v but its okay, thnks adam

ihwan

l’m confusing some ways to use this word but l’ll watch the video more times :) l got 7/10

pichaya

    edit: confused haha

    pichaya

Thank you for this clarification.

Martine B.

actually you are very good teatcher thanks alot

asmaa yassin 7

thanks .. it makes me feel more confident

ying.cute

Thanks …

Noor11

aaaaaCHOOOOO

Anuar is from Kazakhstan

Hello everyone.
At first i have to say Thank you Adam. You are my Teacher.
For this lesson i got 8/10 haha i will try to get better next lesson.
Wish oneday i can speak native english like you. Hahaha ( maybe wakt tooooo long)

Sweety-Girl

thanks Adam

Jasmine Ali

Hey Adam. Could you make a video explaining the differences between Stand and Stay?

frailyn5

Please

frailyn5

thnx alot

Hala Hmd

Actually, it’s a perfect lesson.
I am actually happy by this lesson

dahvide

All Adam’s tests are little bit tricky, but actually it makes these test more useful. I like them.

mark971

It’s a very useful lesson .Thank you so much.

rachid.rahal

Hi everybody, can You explain me the question number one?, i don’t understMd

Maryirros

Hi Adam. I would like to request English lesson related to Math. Thank you very much. I’m sure your lesson about Math will be interesting. Regards, Demosa

Demosa

Thank you

Ravinath

Hi Adam! I can not understand- why the correct answer 7 questions 3 and not 4? Answer 4 assumes “underline” -that is to allocate in order of importance!? !! Or I do not understand ????

Vladkabatkovich

HI Adam you’re lessons are very helpful always i prefer to learn from them, plz adam can you explain to me the present perfect and when do we use it ,it”s so difficult for me i couldn’t understand it pleaaase help me

wassila louchita

HI Adam your lessons are very helpful always i prefer to learn from them, please adam can you explain to me the present perfect and when do we use it ,it”s so difficult for me i couldn’t understand it please help me

wassila louchita

Hi Adam, thank’s for the videos, but could you give me some advice how to develop my English skills. it seems like I have already study it for many years but I think the way I learned was fault. Hope you reply it. thank’s

kyubi

Hi.. Adam thanks for your good lesson.
Btw , I would like to know what is the “apparently” means and how can I use it ??
Thanks for your help in advance.

amandathedoc

Hi, actually i rally like all your Lessona

anaderol

Adam, you dis not mention that actuallu could be replace by really. It’s not fair. I only score 7 out of 10,lol. Next time better

DavidRubio

Thank you Adam :)

krzemeg

Hi, Adam!Thank you for interesting lesson. I have one question about the quiz. I made a mistake in question 8. Could you explain why the last variant is correct?
Best regards, Natalia.

reokat

Hello, Adam!
Thanks for all the help, I wanna ask you about question 9 .. how ACTUALLY uses as REALLY? can you give me examples about it?

Many thanks, :)

Hadeel

thanks

musabali

Timely ideas ! I learned a lot from the specifics . Does anyone know if my assistant might obtain a sample IRS 1040 – Schedule E version to edit ?

TerrellMcgreevy

Thanks Adam

ghassan17

Got 8 out of 10. Thanks adam this lesson is very useful for me.

Ryan18

HI, could you please tell me how can I download your vidoes?

nasser.nasseri

Thank you Adam.

Jean-Michel.M

So Adam. Many of us were wrong with n. 4 and 9. Me too. Could you change the questions? Is confusing and frustrating. But the lesson is perfect, as usual. Thanks.

Angela M.

Professor Adam,
I am grateful for your lesson. Following your advice, I made your test, which is not trivial.
Although my score is fine since I failed with the answer four, I am entirely aware that I need your further extended lesson on the topic.
Examples with not interchangeable really & accually and transitional usage of the word in essays.
Can you make an extended lesson on this topic? Please. I cannot find resources to study this issue in exercises.
Thank you in advance.

MKJMKJ

Hi Adam, two questions please:
1. Can I use this word order as well?
Thai is not true actually.
2.Could you please give me some examples about the use of really?
Thank you so much

Silvias

Thanks you so much

Marta Lopez

Actually, I’ve learned a lot. Thank you, Adam. Would you please give more lessons?

Janetxu

Thanks for the lesson Adam. Actually, you enlighten me about the use of this word.

Jamir

thanks Adam,

Nguyen Van Hau

thanks Adam.I want yo teach more lessons to us.

Totu

i got 7 out 10, very helpful!

BettyLam

Thanks

spider

Unfortunately, I’ve got eight out of ten. Actually seems rather simple word to use, but appears quite tricky. Thank you for the lesson

nataanna

    Oh, yes! I think the same. It isn´t so simple!

    Marjor 2

nice lesson

yahyabeloni

Actually is a polite sign to correcrt others isn’t it?

Memo.94

i get 6/10

yovannyalexis

    I got 6/10, too. I have to study much more!!!

    Marjor 2

Thank you very much, Adam!

travelmama

Oh, my God! Actually, it was very difficult for me, but I like challenges . . .

Marjor 2

Thank you. Mr.Adam

SangHoon OH

I think that the first question doesn’t match with the response, because the question is: “Why does Bruce use ‘actually’?” And the response is about the “Really” that Tim said. Then, I think that the correct question should had been: “Why does Tim use ‘Really’?”

Marcio07

thanks!

shihai182

Thanks a lot for your lesson. I would like to learn English with you. It is very great to study with you.
Best wishes!

musta33

Thank you!
So useful

Karissima

Hi sir!
In this quiz, my answer for 9th question was wrong. i couldn’t find out the reason. can u please help. Your lessons are helpful. thank you.

Jeevana

Well, Adam, actually you are my favorite teacher in EngVid. Thanks for the lesson.

Amellia

Thanks

Belisiario

8 out of 10

ann ann

Thanks Adam!

magnomsjmsj

we can use actually for another purpose (for make clear). like this:
did you enjoy your holiday? Very much, actually.

Cnaz

Actually a great word to learn and its uses. Thanks Adam

nancy61

7/10! Your lesson is easily, but your quiz is actually hard.

Jerry Gu
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