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156 COMMENTS

It was a so useful vocab. lesson for me…
Thanks Alex
I am waiting for lesson that I had to be thaught about passive verbs in all tenses

haman87

    Yep!!! You’re right, it is useful to learn synonyms. As Alex put it, they make our English sound more interesting.

    Regards.

    Regino

      That’s right. I wanted to add some spice to your vocab.

      Alex

        Thank You a lot !

        Al-Malki

I’ve seen a lot of usages of the word “massive” in American movies.

ゞ(≧▽≦*)o

    Yep! It’s a very common synonym. “I have a massive headache.” “We have a massive problem.” “His arms are massive!”

    Alex

      (^▽^)コ

      ゞ(≧▽≦*)o

thank you very much ..Very useful words !

moldret

thank you

ferly

Doing this quiz was a TITANIC task for me because I am not good at spelling; to improve this skill, it’ll take me a lot of doing.

By the way, I am NOT dyslexic.

As I posted once to you, you’re a gifted English teacher Alex.

Thanks

Regino

    Hi Regino,
    i hope u ll be fine.if you want to improve your spelling then contact me because i am good at spellings but not in speaking.so we can help each other.
    skype: attaurrehmankhan57

    innocent khan

    Thank you very much. I do what I can.

    Alex

Alex, Ur lesson is really useful

Ivan Browdy

That’s a good lesson Alex.Now I know ten words of ‘big meaning’.Thanks.

krunu

Thank you so much Alex, for your HUGE effort on MASSIVE vocabulary lesson .I used to be visual learner and I know a IMMENSE words that I don’t who to pronounce them………

Emily1973

Great ¡¡ It was a hulking vocabulary lesson :D

cipenad

Thanks alot ^_^ It’s very useful lesson

Mohamed Z

This lesson help me a lot !!!!!

happymen

    I think so

    kim ngoc tran

God! I enjoyed it, though.

argsabacajan1

tks , Alex

Ricky Fiebig

Thank you, Alex.

Peter Jeon

Great lesson. Thanks so much dear Alex.

Astghik

Thanks got 100%.

Abdul Qayum

Thanks Alex! Could you please do a lesson about electricity or plumber emergency at home?
Thanks and compliments!

byte

    That would be interesting. I’ll keep it in mind.

    Alex

Well done Alex.

tutte

My enthusiasm for your lessons Alex is enormous.
Thank you very much :)

katerinapas1

Nice lesson, thank you. It’s very good when you know synonyms of different words

Kerr

Thanks, Alex

Tchin Shi

thank so mach for yuor great lesin

azzeddine mazouzi

Thank you very much Alex
It’s very useful :)

MissyCosta

Thanks a lot, Alex !
It’s very usefull video.
Especially when you pay
due to pronunciation.
My vocab became a bit more rich.

Yurokan

    Nice! That’s great to hear.

    Alex

Thanks.

NanB

Thanks for this interesting vocabulary lesson.

I have a question: Could you explain how many ways is used “either”?

Roywolf

An immense Thank you!

Roywolf

thank you very much!!

Aigerim Kadrgalyieva

Obrigada!

marilles

All the lessons and videos from engvid.com are amazing, congratulations for your work.

Luislacerdaa

Thank you Alex, you’re genius.

Eng.Rasheed

Thanks Alex! I can make good writing using different words mean “big” .

Moiche

    That’s great to hear. Good luck!

    Alex

thanks very much Alex , these voc were perfect and very useful

eslam eslami

Great job Alex!

innocent khan

Thank you , Alex! All your work is great!

Andrei2003

You have huge ideas,Alex,because this lesson was massive to build up vocabulary.Keep going,man.

maicon55

Thanks for this excellent lesson.Take care.

ANADOLU

Hello every one. I am hope to learn english so I need some one wont to learn english too to help me, practice together and exchange talk together on facebook or yahoo. thank you Alex for this lesson :)

Mr.Hamada

The words’hulking’ and ‘colossal’are new for me.Thanks a lot.

ANADOLU

Thank you Alex!! I really enjoyed it.
And I chose my new favorite word.. it is hulking

fabinho86

    You’re a comic book reader, aren’t you? Or maybe just a fan of the Brazilian national futbol team?

    Alex

      Yes you’re right!! I like both but i chose “hulking” because of comic book

      fabinho86

Thank u our teacher. u r hulking my Vocabulary with ur lessons.

ibrahim1435

an excellent lesson
thanks Alex

alexandertrejo2012

Thanks for this very good topic. I have learned an enormous knowledge.

cleofeaugust06

wow. You’re awesome. thanks a lot

maged1111

Thanks!

papyan

Thank you Alex, very good lesson, but i think you missed the word VAST :)

georgi

hi
thank you teacher
this lesson is basic but important!
:)

tara1995

thanks Alex , very helpful.

Ph_h

thanx alot alex

Hamada Mahrous

I got 9 correct out of 10 , thank you so much , this video is very helpful

soumia sun

9/10 very useful lesson, Thanks very much Alex

adalberto75

This is a wonderful lesson i really enjoyed it and got massive marks. thank you sir Alex

zakki

Very useful lesson. thanks Alex.

tiger888

thank you so much Alex, could we use all of them in the same context for example :he has a massive body.he has a massive amount of money. could we use them the same way i hope you understand me

ayoublife

    Yep! Absolutely.

    Alex

      thank you so much i love your way of teaching

      ayoublife

Big thanks, Alex!

Janilza

thanks..

kaina

Thank you

Mary

My students love to watch movies and series. There’s a lot of ” figure out ” in them, could you help me figure out how to make them understand the differents figure outs that there is. Thanks

monica rayel moreira

hey teacher, thanks for the lesson!

Can I use “great” as a synonymous for “big”? or should I use another word? I’m not sure if both words means the same.

Sorry for my broken english!
greetings from Brazil!

Yan Batista

    That’s okay.

    “Great” is not typically used as a synonym for “big,” but it can have a similar meaning to “grand.” Both words imply some form of spectacle and…grandiosity? Which does imply largeness.

    Sorry for the vague answer here!

    Alex

Good lesson teacher!

Everton Andrade

this is the things i need. thank you very much, Alex

kim ngoc tran

thanks

fizaabbas786

thank you Alex

truc thanh

Thank you teacher Alex! :)

dorycam

Hi, Alex I’d like you makes a vídeo about the diferences among a long way,a long away and far away

damiana da silva domingos

thank you so much!!!
may you explain to me how to use “keep” in below construction. i’m really so confused when we should use ” keep + object + adj”, “keep + object + present participle” and ” keep + object + past participle”.
i read them a lot but i don’t understand how to use the in a particular situation.
+++ keep + object + adjective.
(The adjective describes the state or quality of the object.)
EX: You have to keep the food fresh.
+++ keep +object +present participle
(The object functions as the object of the present participle.)
EX:We are very sorry to have kept you waiting.
+++ keep + object + past participle
The object functions as the object of the past participle
EX:The purpose of this report is to make it easier for your service department to keep us informed of product problems.
I’m looking forward to responding soon. :)

langgo

10/10 A Huge, gigantic, monstrous, large, enormous, colossal, hulking, BIG thank you to EngVid.com

Jorge Pedroso

huge thanks

daruoosh

Thank you teacher

DrafteR

helpful

abbasi1224

Hello,Alex
I’m so please to visit this site again.
I have again some other question which I hope you could answer them well
What is the deference between linguistic competence and linguistic performance?
What is the distinction between descriptive and prescriptive grammar?
What is the distinction between constitutive and regulative rules in English?

123456mehdi

As I told you before I’m an English teacher. I always use your classes with my students. You are really a great teacher and I get enormous help from you. Thanks a lot.

monica rayel moreira

    That’s flattering. Thanks for spreading the word!

    Alex

Thanks!we have got a huge learning from you

Jai143

great lesson

salah92

Good morning. I am Sukhrob. I am from Uzbekistan. Mr. Alex I have a problem. Please, can you help. I have not been able to understand preposition of movement yet. If you have time. Can you teach us. Thanks beforehand

SuxaMatchanov

THX.
could you also teach informal words . please

Parisa1393

thanks alot our great teacher

adam ibrahim

Thanks Alex!! It’s really a useful video.

saleslync

for me it’s an enormous information from you.
big large gigantic massive huge immense mammoth colossal monstrous hulking

lachgar

Thanks a bunch Mr.Alex , this is really what i need to improve my skills, would you mind please to give us other different synonyms ??? :)

aneer

10 of 10 thx Mr.Alex

mohamed costa

i got 9 out of 10.. first time to participate

Ravi balla

I got 10 out of 10 Thanks ALex, it is so easy way of teaching, I can understand you clearly
Thanks Alot

asmaasaad14

and what about the word “ginormous”?

AndreaCabiola

Hi, Alex
today lesson, was great so we will could enjoy it. thanks for study

asha a.mohamed

Thank you.

Iamhere.

Hi Alex,first of all thanks a lot .you are a Great teacher.Alex i just wanted to know what doe sthis sentence mean “The longer this goes on i can be as bad as Paul.”

fari.immy

Many thanks.

Lfabian2013

Another great lesson on EngVid, thank you very much. What about making a lesson on obesity? Idioms, phrasal verbs, vocabulary etc. It is a huge today’s problem.

uplifter

Thank you, Alex. Although the vocabularies too many to remember, I will do my best to remember.
This quiz I got 100.

noneego

perfect thanks Alex .,you don.t have a replacement in teaching English .

feriya

Alex,thank you so much :)
By the way,can you please explain the meaning of phrase “Here we go”?

Chris Richards

Thanks allot.

abu3lli

thank you very much, you are a hulking teacher.

fadel ghazy

very nice lesson thank you
can you do more lessons like that one please

achraf-1

Hi Alex, Thank You very much for this lesson

Mazier

Thank you,Alex.

marian witzke

I have observed the use of word “Bad” with headache to express severe pain. However, It is surprisingly the first time that I have come across the use of words massive or colossal to express severity of head ache.
Thank you Alex.

Raheel Babar

thanks for big vocabolary

LATIO SIMON

Thanks Alex! You’re a great Teacher!

harleyloco

Thanks Alex. You lesson is simple but very useful.

Demosa

thank you

badmasu

The first time that I got ten of ten! :P Thanks Alex! This it’s great!

crisdrummer666

Thanks Alex … I have got a massive benefit from this lesson :)
Vocabulary is a huge part of language so we have to do enormous efforts to achieve our immense goal in learning :D

aboood1994

tks Alex

lethithaonguyen0304

I really appreciated.

Haibah Jr.

I can’t see any video working..I would like to know whether the website i facing a problem or it’s my fault somewhere in my computer..

Muhammad Sohail

    Youtube may be blocked by your government or ISP. Have you tried using a VPN?

    engVid Moderator

Thanks Alex

masoud2040

You got 9 correct out of 10.
:)
Thank you very much Alex.

kingstone77

Yeah!!! Tahnks a lot Alex!!

inge.aurora

Thanks Alex for the nice class! All the best!

JuniorRJ

Thanks ^^

fomostz

i love the way you teach Alex, thanks!

spike valentine

VERY GOD STEP BY STEP I GOING TO HIGH

nailton rosa cruz

I got 90. Good job

Abdullah

Thanks Alex for your good lessons, I got 10/10.

Tola Ek

Hi, Alex! Thank you for this lesson. It’s really useful.

But I have a question… Is there any inequality in the words like these if we use them in different situations?
(As in Russian we often cann’t use them this way. Different word have their small lexical undertone.)

yukiro ino

Thanks Alex I’m improving my English everyday!!!

Diegoduar

Tomorrow i have exam. I hope that help me .

kosOmmak

Thank you Mr.Alex. It’s really good lessons. Good job.
I got 8 correct out 10.

AlexanderEnglish

I’m starting to be immensely interested in your enormous number of English lessons that are massively free. Thanks for your gigantic good heart. For a person like me with meager income, I couldn’t have accessed to these colossal and excellent lessons. More power. I hope my English is right. :)

embrito

That’s a good lesson Alex.Now I know six words of ‘big meaning’.Thanks.

Onegin Evgeniy

Got 9 out of 10… got a wrong answer on question #2… thanks alex this are very useful…

Ryan18

tanks alex , greeting¡¡¡¡¡

Heri71

i’ve got 10/10, thank you!

tacagero

9 out of 10

ashiq012

thank you so much

sailonelar

A very interesting educational proposal, teacher Alex.
thank you.

Alexer

Hi Alex,
i’ve got 10 out of 10. Thanks a lot for the synonyms, it allows us to get a huge variety of nouns we can use every day.

Maddy95

a large variety of words

Maddy95

Thank you very much :)

Anastasia

I would like to know the situation where countable nouns do not take the articles, Especially after verbs like in the following sentence:
Use knife when someone attacks.

Arjit Singh

My mate’s boobs are very mammoth \(. )( .)/

Lorcy Gabriel

9/10 :-(

ann ann

yes, really it’s useful

Anvari

10/10 🤟

Eugenius

thanks alex for such a great video
is the word splendid is synonymous to big
can i say i wish yo for your colossal success in future

faw786

Thank you very much Mr. Alex.

Alex-1956
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