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342 COMMENTS

thank you :)

Khaleed

    Interesting vocabulary lesson Adam, but frankly
    speaking, I need to go over it at least once more; only then I will be able to put into use some of these vocab items.

    Your examples helped us to understand much better new words and expressions.

    Many thanks, bye for now.

    Regino

10/10
thank you Adam, the lesson was AWESOME!

shadow

sharp as a knife, adam! lol

lorientico

Thank you,Adam, very nice lesson! I prefer to learn about gym than to work out…I am a lazy person.

engread

    lol

    Adam

This lesson is fun and useful. You are a great teacher!

byte

hi everyone i would like to practise with someone in english.you can add me on skype othmane.kabbaj7

othy19990

thank you adam, your video is great,I like going to the gym so the videous is very useful to me)

Dmytro1993

Adam, could you make a video about a phrasal verb with MAKE please?

Dmytro1993

    Will get on it Dmytro :)

    Adam

Hi, Adam… Thanks for the lesson! :)

Janilza

The term ‘love handles” comes from the act of making love. Am I right?
Great videos, Adam! They make me look for more details in the language. You’re a witty, good professor.

Bosco Coelho

    Hi Bosco,

    yes ;) They’re something to hold on to :)

    Adam

      I got it ;)

      Bosco Coelho

9/10 I’ve been really interested ’cause I didn’t know enough abput this vocabulary. Thanks Adam

amontero22

9/10. Just a little mistake. Thank you Adam.
BTW, if there is anyone who wants to practice english, my skype is gigio94531. Fell comfortable to call me.

gigio

you could be s good coach too!

friends12.ru@gmail.com

THAK YOU FOR THE LESSON

navy9778

Nice lesson! Thank you Adam :D

jahamdai

Thanks Adam, it’s a good lesson. I like it.

cody

I haven’t gone to the gym since I was pregnant. But now I sometimes exercise at home. I use a smartphone app. Thank you, Adam. Useful lesson :)

Happy04

Great lesson thank you very much adam

alex dario agudelo torres

this engvid is very excellent program.But i want they would give importance on Gre .

satiago

    Hi Satiago,

    The GRE is a very difficult exam and not really meant for ESL learners. Even native speakers have a difficult time with this test.

    If you have a specific question, though, I might be able to help.

    Adam

where the expression “love handles” come from?

PavelKuraev

    Hi Pavel,

    Love handles give you something to hold on to during, well… loving times ;)

    Adam

      we say in Mexico “agarraderas”

      Luisdaniel

ahahah fantastic quiz…..I always hoped to meet Arnold at the gym

mescal

A very nice lesson.. It’s been very useful :)

Flavio90

      Hi ricky, I added you to my facebook

      Luisdaniel

it is useful lesson thanks a lot Adam .

asala

Quick dose ;)

mmetwalli

Very, very nice! Thank you a lot.
Is It correct to say this statment:
“I’m going to the gym to work out. I’m gona getting in shape.
I want to tone my boddy burnning fat and bulking up my muscles.”

Chiara Costa

    Hi Chiara,

    Yes, well said. Just, I want to burn fat and bulk up on muscles to tone my body.

    Adam

Hi, Adam thank you for your words i really need them

Mr.hany physics

It was useful lesson for me
thank you, Adam

hime

I’ve been waiting this lesson for a long time.

victor igor

Thanks adam

Juwitap

than you for your helping

canjeelo93

Thanks a lot, Adam!

Edinho

Woo mr Adam again an amazing lesson explained by you ( I love the lessons which r explained by u by the way xD)

any way thank you a lot for your effort

u know I am not a native speaker in English but I understand every word you say…but while watching an English movie sometimes I do understand and sometimes I don’t. weird isn’t it??

Rena jackson

    Hi Rena,

    Keep in mind that I am directing my speech toward English learners, so it is a little slower and I make sure to be very clear, and I avoid too much slang. In movies, they speak more naturally, and to native English speakers. So it’s understandable that you might not catch everything, but with continued practice, you will.
    :)

    Adam

      Adam, thank you for this comment… usually I have the same problem when I watch movies.

      tony bendeck

Hey Adam! How’s it going?
I’d like to ask a favor. Is it possible for you to correct my essay (based on the IELTS Writing Test- just for practcing)? Unfortunately I dont know any native speaker in my country and that is a bit difficult for me.Maybe I could send it to you via email or something like that? I know it’s kinda weird to ask for free, but….If you dont have time or it’s not possible, I understand as well. Thanks one again for teaching us.
Have a nice day!

henry19

    Hi Henry,

    As much as I would love to help, I get asked this too often to be able to do it. However, you can post your essay on my site (writetotop.com/forums/forum/forum/peer-scoring/) and others will give you some feedback and I will add a bit as well.

    Adam

Hi everybody! I am improving my english speaking, so i would like to talk with someone who can to speak very well. I hope i can find someone, regards!!

Danielord

    you are welcome my skype is student6003

    Daniar

    you can add my skype too: gigio94531

    gigio

Adam. Thak You!

Raymond1954

Thank you Adam, you are amazing.

sonecabjj

it is not moving to the next question..what to do?

tejaswikusal

    Try restarting Tejas. Let me know if there is still a problem.

    Adam

Good vocabulary!!Thank you

pavanut2

I will get six pack as soon as I can. Thanks for teaching us!

yfabio

You are an awesome.. teacher

Sukumar755

Thank you ,this is very nice to improve to vocabulary.

Brijkumar

Hi everybody)I know that u r fond of English as I am!so can somebody speak English with me on Skype?Sure,it will be incredibly helpful and increase our level of English

DaryaEmeljanova

    Hi Dasha, what is your level?

    netto

      my level is B2

      DaryaEmeljanova

    What is ur name on skype ?? Add me whatssup or line or tang whatever you want ..!!! Lets speak

    Ahmad1996mm

      daryaemeljanova))ur welcome))

      DaryaEmeljanova

    Hi Darya. I would like practice with you

    Towwwers Arthur

    Hi Darya, I wold like to add you on my skype for talking. Could you say your name on skype?

    Danddan

      daryaemeljanova))

      DaryaEmeljanova

    Hi darya, I tried alot to contact with you in Skype, and I sent you an email as well. but I have not received any answers from you…!!!

    blackmak

thank you my teacher
best regards

haider j touma

thanks a lot

aazz

Thank you very much!

Olga Krasnodon

The lesson was awsome.I really like exercing or riding a bike in addition to be fit.Thanks Adam ur a great teacher.Meanwhile,i would really like to practise my english anyone who would like to enjoy please visit my profile on facebook as Eli Tahiri.Greedings!

elitahiri

hehehe…spare tire..nice lesson

muhdhar

Huge thanks to you Adam for this incredible lesson.
I wish you will make a lesson about the pronunciation of ….ght like in bought and drought …etc.
Please do because I have trouble pronouncing them.
Thanks once again.

Hiba El

    Hi Hiba,

    I’ll see what I can do. But English is a little crazy in that ‘taught’ sounds like tot, ‘tough’ sounds like tuff, ‘though’ sounds like thow, and ‘trough’ sounds like trof.

    I think it’s more a matter of remembering each word’s pronunciation, as there isn’t really a universal rule on this.

    Adam

that was cool)

Mirabella

    Really ? :D

    chnrzgr

      100% sure :)

      Mirabella

Thank you Adam. I learnt a lot of vocabulary’s gym. Thanks so much !

GuiGaldino

Thanks Adam.

marbeck

Thanks Adam for your time and the vocabulary.

marbeck

7/10 thank you Adam

yasmen77

hello add my skype, I’m Indonesian faisalcintau18

faisalcintau

good, in gneral

moezbesbes

    Hello! How are you?

    Zakir Khan

Thanks, Adam.

noneego

Thank you very much because i think,a lot of people need that :D

chnrzgr

thank you

Chonglomkrod

Thanks Adam for nice lesson. I got 100%. By the way some comments are funny.

gvardiola

Very nice lesson thank you teacher

loverksa99

I thought, I wouldn’t pass this quiz (anyway for the first time) but I did it! 10 of 10 – great! Thanks Adam!

kingstingtin

This lesson was so sexy.

coleturner16

Adam,you are just perfect.I heart your lesson.It was especially helpful for ‘barbell’ & ‘dumbell’:-)

Gulum

Adam,I heart your lesson.It was especially helpful for me ‘barbell’ & ‘dumpbell’:-)

Gulum

Hi! Guys I want to make friends and improve my English my scype login kzhanybek

Zhanybek

Thanks, Adam! It was very easy to understand.

Tatai Lopes

Very goog lesson! Thanks

Maria Gabriela Delgado

Good lesson Adam. I got 10 correct out of 10 questions in this quiz. Thanks.

marceloacaci

Practice, practice, practice to get fit, so when you hit the goal that’s time to get fat. Practice, practice, …. Again…..

Jorge Pedroso

Where is the subtitles ???
Plz any one tell me

Ahmad1996mm

    on the down right side, just click on a star than choose subtitles.

    Ricky Fiebig

I love the quiz questions :D

Vision2010

    Hello, nice to see you here from Slovakia, too :)

    David

Thanks for the quiz :)

saefulrizky

Hi Adam. Thank you.

SERGIO B SILVA

It is good lesson, but I couldn’t get “muffin top”. Could you clarify it?
Thank you.

rabilbr

    Hi Rabibr,

    A muffin is a sweet cake that is baked in small cups. When the cake cooks, it gets bigger and the top comes over the edge of the cup and hangs over. When some people put on tight jeans, some of their waist might come over the edge of the jeans and it looks like the top of the muffin.

    Does this help?

    Adam

      yeap, I got it. Thank you Adam

      rabilbr

      :) good teacher

      mostafa El-sayes

I would get in shape, work out is hard for me, I prefer to study. Nice job, teacher.

sanosuken

Great lesson!!!

Danddan

thanks

habibov

I’m in shape luckily. I love runnig and exercising to the gym .
Great lesson Adam!

Luke

Thank you Adam. Your lessons are perfect. But you didnt touch one theme in your GYM lesson. What do i need to talk if i do weights and i want to be supported by somebody not to drop the barbell on myself?

arotim1971

    Hi Arotim,

    Good question. Actually there are many more words, but that’s for another lesson.

    What you want is a ‘spotter’. You can say to someone, “Can you spot me? or Can you give me a spot?” That means they will watch while you lift to make sure you don’t drop the weights.

    Hope this helps.

    Adam

Thank you, I got 9/10

Amal

Thanks for this lesson Adam, this is my first video that I watched!

Leon BS

    Welcome Leon :)

    Adam

10 out of 10 :) that was great, I had such a great time enjoying this video

marouane10

thank for your lesson :)

athas

i never gone to he gym since i have an average body :p

Saiful Anwar

What about built? I hear people say that a lot. He’s built. Would that be same as buff??

Sayaka.S

    Hi Sayaka,

    Yes, “He’s built” generally means he’s muscular (big). Buff means more toned.

    This is mostly about guys, but you can say she’s built like a brick outhouse– she’s big and strong ;)

    Adam

thank u ^^

chemso7

Thanks for the very useful video, Adam! I’ve heard that “workout” sometimes used as a noun, is it correct? And also can you use “work out” if you’re exercising at home (‘home fitness’:) or does it mean only exercising at the gym? Thank you.

Dasha.A.

    Hi Dasha,

    Work out is a verb, and workout is a noun. Working out basically means exercising regularly; it doesn’t have to be at the gym. :)

    Adam

Thank you Adam for this fantastic vocabulary used at the gym.You explained it very well.

TEJALKK

Pretty well, I’m already waiting for another lesson !
Thanks Alex

Arthur

thank you teacher

musabali

Awesome!

claudioiron

Thanks. Adam.
I have a question.
For example, someone asks:
“What are its properties? e.g. colour? composition?”
Then can I answer “for the colour….for the composition…”?
Use ‘for’ in this sentence, is it correct?

Sophie

    Hi Sophie,

    Use ‘as for’ to point out each aspect (although people will understand if you only say for)

    Adam

Getting in shape and bulking up our vocablulary.

Dimitry.rd

In many cases they can be mixed because the meaning is understood. Technically, you are asking about the difference between present perfect and simple past. Here is a link to Benjamin’s lesson about this (there is also one by Rebecca if you put it in the search box:
https://www.engvid.com/english-tenses-present-perfect-present-simple/
Let me know if this helps.

I watched those videos a few days ago, and had them watched before. Thank you,Adam but how about interrogative sentences? It would be great to have some examples.

KATRIN777

    Hi Katrin,

    The same rules apply:

    Did you see Matt at the concert? (we know when the concert was, so it’s a definite time)

    Have you seen Matt lately? (indefinite time)
    Have you ever been to Disneyland? (experience)
    Did you visit Disneyland while you were in California? (definite time)

    Does this help?

    Adam

      Now it’s clear. Thank you Adam.

      KATRIN777

10/10 Thank you!

Dlys

Thanks ADAM :)

milotfi

I am so pleased,that you answered me,well,my level is B2.My contacts are:skype:daryaemeljanova;e-mail:darya.emeljanova@yandex.ru.I am waiting for your messages)))))))

DaryaEmeljanova

    Hi Darya
    my pleasure to add you on Skype, if don’t mind
    thinks.

    fawzy1967

thank you

Lenon00009

you are humble and a good teacher. im so lucky to know you. Although i never meet you but you always are my teacher. my idol.

engvidphuong

thank you Adam

Wael Madbouly

Very helpful,thanks a lot╭(′▽`)╯

247H

why question no 10 is not burning fat?

hussainmilad

Hi Adam :) your videos are very very helpful specially the pronunciation its great thank you so much
please I want a video about how to pronounce the “T”
when it comes in the end of the word in some sentences
some times you don’t pronounce the t you kind of like stop the air from your mouth
like “I didn’t know” you probably say I didn(stop) know
And many words i hope you get it.
I’m waiting you for answer. Thanks

AhmadAlrashedi

    Hi Ahmad,

    Actually, there will be a lesson on this soon :)

    Adam

very useful we can learn a lot of english

JUDITH SENSEN

Hello, first i would like to thank all of you” Engvid staff”… you have been really helpful..I just got my Ielts result..I got 6.5 .. I am not surprised because I was expecting this good result thanks to your help & support…I wish you all good luck. :)

asmaasaad14

    Congratulations Asmaasaad :)

    Adam

Adam, please tell me which is correct:
1 I caught MANY fish(es) yesterday.
2 I caught MUCH fish yesterday.
Or are both correct?

And couldn’t you help me to find somewhere a list of fruits,vegetables which is uncountable.
Thank you.

KATRIN777

    I caught many fish is correct (though some people say fishes and it’s becoming more acceptable ( I personally don’t like it, but…))

    All fruits and veggies can be made countable by looking at the whole. For example, cabbage is uncountable, but a head of cabbage is countable.

    Does this help?

    Adam

      Thank you Adam. Of course I’d like to know more uncountable veggies like cabbage.

      KATRIN777

        Anything that comes in a head (lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower,etc.)

        Most leafy things that come in a bunch (parsley, dill, spinach, etc.)

        Think of your supermarket. What else can’t you (realistically) count individually?

        Adam

that is very useful , Guys if anyone like to speak & chatting english can add my Skype: amdauamdau that’s will be very helpful to improving our language *^▁^*

haige

Adam, you’re wonderful teacher.

Elnar

Thank you very much for that great lesson about vocab at the gym.I just wanted to ask one question: I know what it means do squats and I also know that you use that word (squat) to mean”anything”, but is it common to hear that word to mean anything? for instance: that doesn’t mean squat.

Dick95

    lol.

    Good question Dick95. When we use it as slang, it actually means ‘nothing’. It comes from diddly-squat.
    so if that doesn’t mean squat, it means nothing.

    It’s very American slang. People from England, for example, might not be familiar with it.

    Adam

      ok Adam. Thank you very much (Y).

      Dick95

I got 10, tks Adam

Ricky Fiebig

Adam, one more question. Which is correct?
In the classroom
1 Hello. We will speak English at our lessons.
2 Hello. We will speak English in our lessons.
3 Hello. We will speak English on our lessons.
Can I say: We will speak English during our lessons?
Thank you.

KATRIN777

    Adam, excuse me, I’ve got more:
    1 We need move TV to the next room
    2 We need move TV at the next room
    3 We need move TV in the next room
    (the TV have to be moved from one room to the other)

    In English textbooks written ‘In the street’ but I hear in movies ‘On the street’. Please help.

    KATRIN777

    You can use ‘in’ or ‘during’. If you want to emphasize, use ‘throughout’.

    We need to move the TV into the next room.

    in the street is more British, and on the street more American.
    Of course different situations will need to be more specific.
    I live at 10 Main Street.
    I live in/on Main Street. (US-on, BR-use either)

    Hope this helps. :)

    Adam

      Thank you very much.

      KATRIN777

Hello Adam, this video reminds me all the Push-ups an Sit-ups I did when I was in the military. I guess I need to work out again, long time did’t hit the gym. Thank you for your video.

iconica15

to whom still want to practice English via skype englishongoing my skype Id

jrodribrousa

I went to the gym and that help me a lot!! thanks

edergt

Hello, Adam. I’m Cambodian student,and I love English so much, but I am not good at it. I usually watch your videos and other teachers in Engvid. It’s so interesting for me. Now, I have ambiguous point in Interrogative Pronoun. I want to know exactly that the interrogative pronoun (who, what, and which) are plural, singular, or depending on the context when their functions are subject in the sentence?

SunRiseUN

    Hi Sunrise,

    When these pronouns are the subject, they are usually singular because we want a singular answer:

    Who knows the answer? (even if many people know the answer, I am asking for individuals)
    What is happening? (what action)
    Which is your favourite colour? (which one)

    When these pronouns are objects, then the verb will agree with the subject:
    What does she do? (sub = she) What do they do? (sub = they).

    If you are not sure, answer the question:
    Who knows the answer? I know it; she knows it; we know it; etc.

    What does she do? she teaches.

    Does this help?

    Adam

Great :) I learned a lot :)

darlon

Hi Adam!
Could U explain me, please, what the difference is between words “spotted”, “speckled”, “flecked” and “mottled”?
Thanks in advance!

Exotist

    Hi Exotist,

    These are patterns on things (animals). The best way to see the differences between them is to put each word into the Google search box, then click on images. You will see the differences there. Using words won’t really make it clear, I think.

    Adam

      Thank U! :)

      Exotist

10/10

brunnocezzar24

thanks Adam

Nico1985

Thank you. and how I start conversation to other people in the gym?

pgansukh

    Hi Pgansukh,

    You can ask someone to “spot” you, which means they will stand close as you lift heavy weights and make the weights don’t fall on you. After that, you can begin a conversation, or offer to spot for them.

    Does this help?

    Adam

Thank you so much

sameera-

Thanks

fmesquit

Thise is my third lesson. My problem is.. I don’t learne well..
I just watch the video and I feel watching isn’t useful for me!
what should I do more than watching to learn English well ??

Emi20

    Hi Emi,

    I think the best way to learn English is to read a lot. This way you will see grammar being used correctly, and you will learn many new words. Then, listening will become easier as well.

    But at the end of the day, it’s all about practice and patience. Just keep trying. It will get easier. :)

    Adam

      To read… Hmmm, I needed to know that! Thanks for the tip!

      Poliana Almeida

Could you please tell me what the original word of “Reps” is ? I want to see the written form please!

AdnanANouf

    Hello, it is short for “repetitions”.

    David

    Hi Adnan,

    David got it right. It is repetitions.

    Adam

10/10. Hi Adam, good classes, good teacher, right answers!

ricardolandrade

That last question was tricky but i learn a lot from this video thank you Mr Adam.

Tanmay

Thanks everyone :)

Adam

Hello Adam,
Can you please tell me How can i find out when to use tobe verbs or todo verbs in a sentence.
Thanks.

Bakhtyari

    Hi Bakhtyari,

    Use do with actions and be with situations. You can also use be with -ing verbs in a continuous tense or in the passive voice.

    I’ll see if I can make a more detailed lesson about this :)

    Adam

Got 9 on 10! The last question was really tricky :D

abhishek1995

Hi Adam، interesting lesson, I really enjoyed it, but is it possible to talk about bodybuilding movements and sets ? Thanks in advanced

blackmak

    I’ll get on it Blackmak :)

    Adam

I liked it, thanks!

alvir95

Hi Adam
Could you Please do a lesson about When do we use “had had” and “have had ?
Thanks a lot

Ledan Eshay

    Hi Ledan,

    It’s a difference between present perfect (have had) and past perfect (had had). Remember that the second use of the have verb is the main verb (possession) and the first is the auxiliary (helping) verb.

    Does this help?

    Adam

I can’t understand reps and sets,
and thank you
its very usefull

RaviSlemany

    Hi Ravi,

    Reps = repetitions (example, 12 times)

    Sets = number of times you do a group of repetitions.

    3 sets of 12 reps = 36

    Does this help?

    Adam

Dear Adam, thank you very much!

Ivanelena

Great lesson!

Andres Felipe Arias Mosquera

Thank you adam it is a nice lesson

Romeo 776

thanks a lot

zakaria sadrati

Thank you Adam I was wondering if you could make a lesson How to make a clear distinction between (Teach and learn) (Drill and train)

Steve.khalil

    Hi Steve,

    Teach is what the person who has the knowledge does. Learn is what the person trying to gain the knowledge does. So… a teacher teaches, and a student learns.

    Drill means practice. Train is a synonym to teach.

    Does this help?

    Adam

Adam I was wondering if you could make a lesson How to make a clear distinction between (Teach and learn) (Drill and train)

Steve.khalil

I got 6 correct out of 10 :( Anyway, thanks a lot for the lesson Adam! Well, it’s studying we hit!!! :-D

Poliana Almeida

lol :)))) love handles! :))))) uff.. it was so funny! but.. nevertheless there are some common things in love and sport ;)

brat2

    My brother from another mother=) I think we all know that love handles refer to woman=) Adam is just a polite guy)

    n1nja

When I am going to Gym often request to someone spot me

haferlin

I would like to start with this lessons to improve my English, but I don’t know what is my level, how can I know that? Is there here any test to know it?
Thanks a lot :)

Marieht

    Hi Marieht,

    If you put “english level test” into the Google search box you will get a few sites that will test your level for you.

    But, on Engvid we have videos for all levels, so you should watch them all and get practice even if they are too difficult. It will become easier as you go.

    Adam

    I’d like to add you on Skype, if don’t mind
    thanks

    fawzy1967

thanks

ali

This lesson is really great I love it …because I really need to know all these vocabulary because I go to the gym everyday after work …. but the thing that I’m confused about that how we use them in sentence like the word barbell do we say let’s do barbell or what or do we say let’s get on the treadmill I don’t really understand how to stick them in sentences

Alexander2015

    Good point Alexander,

    Most of the equipment in the gym you use, right? So use the verb use for these. Anything with weights, you lift. A type of exercise, you do (do pushups, do aerobics, etc.)

    Today I’ll do 50 pushups. Then I’ll lift some weights/barbells. After that I’ll use the treadmill and walk/jog five miles. Etc.

    Does this help a little?

    Adam

Quiz matched with the instructive video
really a wonderful,productive combination for learners
funny and helpful

KyleSzeto

i do gym work-out more often.
but i only got 8/10 score.
better i should go watch his video first and retake and exam. maybe i will might get perfect score.
tnx engvid!!

Genji21

Can you help me Mrs Adam please

Alexander2015

Thanks, im gonna play with my dumbbels)

n1nja

Teacher Adam thank you very much about the Jim process and the material names.so long.

Enkutatash

Hi Adam. EXCUSE ME BUT I’D LIKE KNOWING WHERE YOU TEACH ENGLISH. I mean, what country. Because I’m Venezuelan and I’d like traveling to do an english course.
I really enjoy the way how Rony and You give the lessons.
Hope your answer please.

Betania Dias

    Hi Betania,

    I’m in Toronto, Canada :)

    Adam

hi Adam , your lessons are very helpful. Thanks a lot!

dasdoli

thank you

saleh 16

Thank you so much for that lesson! I have learnt a lot of new expressions! You are great as usual!

alenagreb98

Thanks you :)

miniann

Luv it, Adam!! I work out almost every day trying to get in shape! This is really nice! Thanks.

janeinrio

thank you Adam

vaishal

Thx Adam best teacher ever

gregukmansfield

Thank you, Adam. I can say build muscles instead of enhance muscles. I was wrong in the past.

Climbgreat

    Hi Climbgreat,

    Actually, the common expression is build muscles. :)

    Adam

Thank you, Adam. ^_^

Climbgreat

Hi Adam !!! You are certainly a good teacher, I love your tutorials! ) And probably as a man too, but this tutorial is by far not for beginners … It celâe me (!) of the phrase do not understand ….

Vladkabatkovich

Thanks for lesson ;)

nnn.ria

I use to work out after work . This lesson was very useful for my english learning. Thank you

Merino

thanks for lesson

jugdernamjil

Thank you so much my teacher

nart

thanks

xuanhai

thanks..:)

xuanhai

VERY VERY GOOD. THANKS!

Mayla

    Hi Mayla
    nice to see you, Please I would like to add you on the Skype

    fawzy1967

thanks! :)

aslamdodeen

Very useful, thankyou

NacerAzul

thanks!

Wera Dice

Amazing, thanks

sertusse

THANK YOU MR:ADAM I LOVE YOUE EXPLAINING , GO AHEAD

TOURKY2012

thank you. Adam ^_^

Aungpaow

Hi Adam, you aroused my curiosity about “love handles,” and I figured it out by Google, and…well…Haha! Anyway, thanks for your awesome lesson!

wex24

thanks Adam

Osama2020

hi Adam . I love your teaching I saw one of your video in my uncle’s laptop and i decide to come here aned use your teaching but my english is very bad:-(
one thing else i cannot see your videos in this page!

nini90

thanks bro!!!!

Kevin@1993

thank you for the lesson, but i can’t understand the mean of “get in shape”

alyaaLOLOSH

    “In shape” = physically fit. So if you get tired after climbing some stairs or lifting heavy things, you might say you’re “out of shape” and need to “get back in shape”.

    engVid Moderator

      Aha,Thank you so much

      alyaaLOLOSH

Most people do go to the gym, to show off their love handles. lol

gerardoorion85

Adam thank you for this lesson. I am learning a lot watching your videos.

tony bendeck

Thanks Adam for your lessons! They all are very useful for me. Practising my English in engvid is like going to a real English lesson, and one of the adavantages is that I can also choose the topic of the video I’m more interested in! This is a proof that shows people how “easy” learning English could be

isa9559

Thank you Adam, I find it’s the best way for me to learn English by watching your video , and the following test is very helpful.

annieli363

    hi annieli363. can u give me yours name in facebook. i think we can practice English together. just for emprove our English.

    whatever

how should i open lessons.

kanwal rao

i wanna read all lesson on engvid about iets plz do me help emma

kanwal rao

Thanks my teacher

zentag2000

Thanks. That was very useful.
Btw, it’s better if you give us more picture or you draw something for every vocabulary on the whiteboard.

fitria

Thanks, it was interesting and useful lesson :)

sabinaan

Adam, Slang question… Is there any word or expression to refer to people whose arms and chest are bulked up but have very skinny legs? In my country we call them “ice cream cone” l0l.. thanks

Ben Marecos

so, it’s time to hit the gym :D

fathey ako

Very nice lesson, thank you, especially good way to burn fat “set your butt on fire” LOL, nice humour sence.

xdim0nx

thank u

mostafa El-sayes

please Adam can you tell me the best way to study all of that lessons….

mostafa El-sayes

The site has lessons arranged by levels, according to teachers, according to the fields also …. So what are the best way to studying all those lessons?
According to the arrangement, or any ??

mostafa El-sayes

i’m confused with the last question,,what’s that mean? i think we can do the others tips for that,right? ups sorry

ali harahap

adam you are my best thank you

imadusmiste16

It’s so helpful for gym beginer like me. Thank you!

Quoc

thank you

lovely6dragon

I love to work out!! thank you fot the lesson

Anakiub

thanks

Tinyphuong

thank you Adam

najmeiranpour

thanksssssss,adam

luoyong6

I have more opportunities for finding out about English, cause all of your team work.

Chhay-ratana

Thanks!.

Dario7

10 out of 10 :) that was great, I had such a great time enjoying this video

metalium

Thanks a lot it was very useful I do like it

Leemy100

Thank you, Adam

Luydmyla

The 10th question .
How different “burn fat and get in shape”?
I thought they are same mean in this Question

fireduke

Thx:)

Augus

thank you

hamedo

HI Adam thanks for your videos. I fell like to learn a lot of new words from your channel.My vocabulary very poor. I hope with your lessons I’ll do my best. Thank you so much

turkmenistan

Thanks a lot guys !

Hag71

Great lesson, let’s get jacked !

glmrenard

thanks :)

Nguyen Van Hau

thanks Adm,
awesome

fawzy1967

Thanks Adam!

Angelyatra

Got a perfect score again… thanks adam for this interesting topic you have. I really need to get in shape right now cause i’m really fat right now… thanks again..

Ryan18

Thanks Adam

Ronak Vora

Some actors go to the gym to get … Brad Pitted fast! Nice!:DD I’m loving it!

Kozaki

Thank u teacher

eichi

Now I can practice these words at the gym.
Always interesting subject Adam.
Thank you for all your lessons.

Leandro Cleber

I’II use this word with my trainer

HailX

Thanks Adam.

benicioavila

you are special Adam i follow you
the problem face me is practicing if any one would like to join me to practicing English
that is my skype reyad.gamal

Reyad gamal

Thank you very much.

SandraK

thanks you so much!

sodojsa

The lesson was great. Thanks!

Ronald Pinto

Hi guy !!

im newcomer, i want to make friend with all of you help me improve english.
Thank

Timotan

10/10! Thank you, Adam!

Mikarene

Hello Adam

I almost got it everything you explained in this lesson at first time I listened. It’s interesting when something like you more than other things, because You understand it better.

Don’t you think?

sergio antonio martinez

Hi Adam
Thanks for the lesson. it was pretty useful

Abdul Rehman Ismail

Teacher Adam, thanks for great video lesson. I go to aerobics exercise every morning to get in shape and stay fit.. more on cardiovascular activities.Thank you for vocabulary at the gym lesson.😁

ebermejo63

I really enjoy your lessons Mr. Adam. I think you are a really good teacher. Thank you very much.

idragon10

LOL

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TAN LE TIAN

you are the best teacher I have ever seen… thanks your team and engvid…

ugurlaw

to get Brad Pitted…lol

Hadija1988

Hi Adam thank you so much for your lessons.
I am so happy to get this site you are very good teachers God bless you .
i hope to watch you teach us how to use “concern” word in the sentence please..
appreciate ..
Thank you

Ammoni

“muffin-topped” sounds delicious :)

Helen

thank youu

Desiderata

Thank you for your work. It was interesting. Though, it always interesting. Have a nice training.

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Nikolla

Thank you, Adam! I like your videos.

I have got eight right answers from 10.

PhoenixRed

Thank You! for the time being, i am doing gym with foreigners. so that, it is very important to me.for sure it will help us to have a better conversation and undrestanding each other. but i feel that i should know more and more words than in this video.

Befikadu

I have a question please
Hi, Adam I like all of your lessons and I have a question I know how to use go, play, and do with sports but some sports such as boxing, wrestling, and fencing for example I don’t know what to use with them and can I use the verb pracise with all of the sports or not/
and can I use the verb “practise” with any sport or not

emanhakim

Excelent lesson <3

priscilacalessio

Thanks my master for this wonderful lesson. you great man

nzaralqrbawi

thanks!

shihai182

barbell & dumbbell
I always swap them!!!

gaelazzo

I got 10 out of 10. I should do some jump roping to get ride of muffin top.

Rezajohn

I got 10 out of 10. I should do some jump roping to get rid of muffin top.

Rezajohn

Question #10.
To burn fat is a good practice too. Isn’t it?

Egghead

the best way to practice these words is going to the GYM and at the same time to develope your muscles.
Two birds with one stone)))

Poliglot20

Thanks for this exremely educative lesson which became also very helpful for my daily activities at the gym. I appreciate every lesson with you Mr. Adam.

AndreasElefteriadis

Thansk teacher🙆

Ala yusif

I got 100% thanks Adams

Laura Insua

Good morning, I have a question out of the video,what is the meaning of {calories}?

Lloyd Garmadon

    The calorie is a unit of measurement that measures the energy we get from food. For example: “Sugary drinks have more calories than beer.” Using up energy by exercising is often called “burning calories”.

    In other parts of the world, the kilojoule (kJ) is more common. 1 kJ is about 4 calories.

    engVid Moderator

Hi Adam. first of all 👍🏼.
and then as I understand Gym is a place for working out but what do you call the place for playing football or volleyball or basketball in English?

maryam.noor

Thank you Adam.

Tyrion

8/10! Good! I have been working out for ten years. It’s good for health!

Jerry Gu
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