‘I’m tired’all the time – watch this English class and increase your vocabulary. I will teach you words and expressions like
tuckered outand more. Learn the pronunciation and meanings of each of these words to make your English speaking and writing more natural, varied, and precise.
that was an amazing lesson but I got sleepy XD
It was a great lesson. Thank you.
Congratulations for your excellent class.
I got 9/10. Not too bad, I think!
Have a nice day.
Thank you so much!!!
Hi Emma, thank you…
Although these worlds seem very simple, these are really efficient. From my point of view, you are the best English teacher with a nice smile…
That’s great Emma.
I’m not pooped of listening You. I appreciate that.10/10.
Am truly so so much grateful to all of you at engvid.
May The Almighty reward you abundantly!
thank you teacher for that important lesson grt
I have five marks
Thank you very much, Emma.
A nice, useful, fresh and cool lesson.
Thanks Emma I appreciate this lesson and I got 10/10
sure, the yawn is contagious .
I was yawning once or twice, and was sleepy a little, but the lesson was qite interesting. Thank you , Emma! Avoid being exhausted!
Interesting lesson. Thank you!
Thank you teacher.
You made me yawn Emma hah
Hello, I am enjoying your great lessons these days. It’s very hopeful and awesome thing that we can see your video for free in any time. It is really helpful to me.
But, I want to ask you somewhat an off topic question though it is off your lesson. [private question] : recently, I saw an expression ” He left me on read” , in this expression, as they pronouced, it sounded like read [red] (past participle).
Does “on + read” consist of preposition and past participle? if it is right, a kind of elllipsis occurs in that? like ” on (having been) read ” or Is “read” in “on read” used as complement of “left me on” ? such as
Mozart died “young” // He lay “exhausted” on the ground.
I want to know how the “read”(past participle) comes after the preposition “on”. If you know, please answer,
Hope you do that ! thanks a lot !
Thank you for the wonderful lesson, I enjoyed it, but at the end I felt sleepy.
The good thing I’ve got full mark 10 out of 10 ?
i missed your class emma!! I send a hugh!
well I have a only question:
what cases we use the word wiped/out , I know means very tired, but there are specific situations?
Thank you dear
Thanks a lot.
Good to be in this group to learn english
thank you for the lesson!
10/10 thank you
70/100 thanks Emma
Thank you Emma for the interesting lesson. You’re the best!
Thanks Tr.Emma.God bless you.
Thank you so much!
I think I never tired of learning English with Tr.Emma .Thanks for your teaching.
Thank you Ms.Emma.
Emma, I’m tired of you teaching such wonderful lessons! I can’t stop watching! haha :D
Thank you, Emma once more. Your lessons make me comprehend more and more, the ups and downs of this beautiful language. Gracias
Thank you, teacher Emma.
Thanks my dear teacher for this good lesson. be blessed