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155 COMMENTS

Thank you for your great lessons.

Shay

    thank you sir .really i enjoyed and learnt a good word from you.sir i want to listen to the class from online directly how can i ? plz send u rreplay to my mail that is rajashekharkandula@gmail.com

    rajashekhar

I’m afraid that I can’t make 100% of this lecture’s questions.(Is this a right expression?^^;)

very helpful lecture!

Thanks Jon!

heerakkim

good lesson, thank you so much
the quiz is really helpful

kaitou797

Are there another synonyms for ‘afraid’?

bonhob

    frigtened

    Lance

      Thanks a bundle

      bonhob

        We should spell this: frightened. The pronounciation is /fraitnd/ :)

        Sally S

Thanks , that was helpful .

Tana

what a good lesson
my score was 5 , thank u teacher :D

Esraa

Thank so much from Vietnam

slc hoi bat chuyen

I’m afraid of fail this damn quiz.

Efrain Dominguez

I like very much your lessons!.I´m improving my English with it.Thanks a lot!

Lireuda

hi mr Jon.Thank you for this great lesson.I just wonder about question nr 1.why is it adjektiv and not adverb?

ahmed69

thanks for this great lesson

lolo25

Heey Jon! you are a great teacher and the most incredible it is free i really wanto to tell you THANKS your videos helps me a lot in my process learning english as a second language!

Jessie

thank you for your lesson

saud2012

Don’t be afraid of talking in English. Practice it all the time! The more you practice the more you’ll get better!

thiagomccoy

    Hello, Thiago. I am a big fan of Engvid.com I also love English and am learning more and more every day. I like to make friends who also likes English, so that I can learn from them. Would you like to be my friend on facebook, just add me? Waldecy Jose Rodrigues. Don´t be afrad! I am easy to deal with. See u!

    Valldecy

      Hey!

      I’d like to talk to you too. Could you add me please?
      By the way, I’m Yan Khonskiy.

      My skype: yan.khonskiy

      Regards!

      yankhonskiy

      Hi, everyone I think we should add some people from here in our social links to make us more confident in speaking and writing English.

      Precious Pari

    I agree with you bro :P

    IagoBP

nice presentation. thank u

tom

Thank you so much for good teaching.

PAO

hello

could you tell us who we can find word-duty in english ? to find out whith word is adj,verb,noun? thanks indeed!!

royan

    Try looking up the word in a dictionary, like Dictionary.com. It will list what part of speech the word is right before the meaning.

    engVid Moderator

      Thanks for your amazing lesson and I have a little question what is the differences if I say
      1-There is an accident?
      2-There has been an accident?

      Thanks a lot

      mustafa28

thank you this is very good

vasif

I don’t understand “apologetic refusals”, could you explain a little more please? Thanks.

michelverduras

    Hello Michel. It means a nice way or polite way of saying: ” I can’t, sorry!”. I hope I helped you.

    Joana

      It is clear now, many thanks Joana!!

      michelverduras

Thanks a lot Jon !!!!!!!!!!!

susan

Great lesson. Thank you very much

cachua90

Thanks ,you are freindly teacher .

Céline from Lyon

thank you very much sir

Uday

Hi Jon!!
Very interesting lesson. Thank you

adurao

Thank you,
It’s helpful

thehai

Thank you so much.

venouse

liked your way of teaching :)

sindhushree

liked your way of teaching

sindhushree

Thanks teacher Jon for this important lesson….

Odir

thanks))

vusala

Thanks.
Brasil.

Cristiane

I am afraid I CAN’T EXPRESS MY THOUTFUL.

sacom

dear jon. very good. this kind of class
help us to understand much better grammar.

john emile

WOW very helpful
many thanks to you

mohammed

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fatiima8

Great lessons, dude. How about including subtitles in English? That would be great!

galiano

Very good lesson.

Jon, could you make a lesson on prepositions of movement?

I’m confused about how to use into, onto, through, over, across, beyond, and off.

Jefferson Castro

Excellent video, i like your lessons, they are so easy to understand, thanks…

andoniman1

Very illuminating lessons. And this fascinating pronunciation…mmmmmm

kotty

thanks, this class helped a lot.

JATENAI

SIMPLE EASY TO LEARN I LIKE YOUR WEBSITE

MILA

thank u very much

tarek77

I like your lesson .very helpful sir

vilayphone99

Thanks a lot!

licenciadomejia

great lesson!
thanks

Emanuel Tavares

I m verry happy to discover this good site.thanks for your love.
jacmel haiti

salomon pierre

THX, very well your class

MARIO

Hi Jon,
Thanks a lot!!

Kaoru

Thank you very much för engvid.com and all the lesson <3

sonia1

Thanks a lot your lession.
I’m not affaid of english

Cuong_PNJ

Jon! Hi!!
How about a lesson to explain the difference between “more” and “further”. Can you explain to me when i must use more and when I must use further.
Thank you veyr much. You’re a great teacher and funny as well. Até à próxima lição!!!!!

adurao

4/5..OMG..I should go to English class

anezz

please check your website’s resources section. the pdf file linked to the “50 Common Grammar Mistakes in English Part-2” is same as “50 Common Grammar Mistakes in English Part-1”. so the content that we see in Part-2 can’t be saved as pdf because the pdf contains the content of Part-1.

ronitkaushik

Hai’ Jhon,Iam very afraid when I see the word afraid till yesterday. Today AFRAID is my under. I Feel excitement getting expectedone.First my thanks goes to GOD . I also thanks to ENGVID and jhon.

ayisha

i like ur way of teaching sir

saru

thanks is i got %100

halo1994

it’s great i want to fallow these lessons

hashamtullah

thank U,for great lesson ;)

bakhtiyar ali

i´d like irregular verbs

alexis encarnacon coronel

I belong to Pakistan and just surprised to see the way of guiding or teaching. Thanks alot ENGVID

Saquib Siddiqui

Thank You i am from INDIA ;) &
I love this website <3,Very nice Videos & All Teachers

ChirAg

i love this lesson and i love u

m.sallar

Thank you!!!! ;D

Marta

nice spider! :)

Di

it’s great…….. i do like the way u pronounce SHARKS .. thank u so much .

casper026

Please give us full length of videos, you are giving only one minute, Thank you

naresh

I’m afraid of sharks, spiders,snakes,even dogs! I’m scared of flying,climbing and many other things…poor me(

Elen

very informative

iffath

Thanks Jon ,You’re so great teacher. take care .have a good one.

Momndad

Thanks guys, if you could put more videos of writing task 1, it would be great.

persia

Excellent lesson Jon, so good..

Claudio

very good lesson

jawad

I am a big fan of your lesson, Jon.
Keep posting more and more.

You´re very frendly, but….You should have your hair cut. hhehehehe

Valldecy

Hi Jon,
why did you put “that” in brackets?
Thanks a lot.

claud

Thanks John , It helped me

irasha123

Hi Jon,

I’m a esl teacher in Korea, (actually studied accounting) and your video’s have been really helpful. It has given me some great tip’s for planning my lessons and making a full lesson on the simple words/expression. Keep up the good work, its appreciated.

Kind regards
Robbie

Robbie

this lesson is too good for me to learn

glory

Thanks

lirio

I got 5/5
thank you teacher Jon

bia8288

    would you like to practice your English with me let me know

    Rajab1234

Thank you Teacher Jon.

John

thanks

gayan

Thanks for lesson.

kumarikaren

Thanks a lot.You are great.

shy

Thanks a lot ! :)

peoudom

Thank you for your great lessons.Im your big fan.Answer me, please.

erik

it very impressive.Good teacher

aishatu

Thank you very much. Don’t fear the spider.

rommanomar

Thank you!

akibelle

Hi teachers I would like a video about contability vocabulary and other video about examples to send an e-mail for example asking for information or sending files attachment, etc. Thank you very much!!

leobsas2000

Hi! Many thanks, a review it many times..

conakry

Thank you so much …

Mohamed

Thank you so much ( 5 out of 5 )

Jaweed Amini

in fact it was very important lesson i learned thanks for you

hicham

Thank you Jon, Excellent lesson

argenis

I don’t afraid speak english no longer

nhltrk

I really admire you and the Engvid team. Very nice lesson! Thank you!

Sally S

great! it helps me alot

jiya

Thanks you so much!!!

laoryoosook

Hi teacher
you are areally nice teacher.thank you so much.

pegi

it is a nice and useful lesson

amira

Thank you Jon.

fatima311

Good video Jon!!! but in the quiz, I think in the question 1, afraid is a PHRASAL VERB, not an adjective :-P !!!

koilatino

100 %. Thanks, was easy.

alpido24

Thank you so much Jon. This lesson is very helful. Keep doing the best

locdy

Thank you so much Jon. This lesson is very helpful. Keep doing the best

locdy

i got 10/10 thank you very much :)

ilhame

Thanks Jon!

sgmmm

And where is frightened or frightening?

kiralyrob13

thanks a lot my friend..

Paolino

Actually, i don’t understand exactly.

NguyenTuoi.hrc

hello everyone :)

houda189

Thanks!It’s very useful!

Abisso Rain

    hı abisso rain would you like to make practice with me on skaype:mcubur-md

    mcubur

Grait lesson
I love EngVid
thanks a lot too all the teachers

melva

Great video Mr.Jon

pintuk

Thank you for your lessons.
I’m not aftaid of learning English!

Matilda03

Lol, quite happy to know much about the word afraid and it’s uses from broad view . Add more information to my whole studies

Nubaone

I am afraid however I got highest quiz score, I still cannot speak in English.

gazs9c

the lesson was perfect ,I hope u teacher the happeness as you taught us a lot of things tnx so much

hassan8

Thanks for the lesson, Jon!
But I have a question: is it absolutely the same to say “afraid” or “scared” to express fear? Or is there a little difference depending on the situation?

katbu

I’m afraid… I will never be able to speak English as a native…

Ivan David

Hi, dear Jon.Could you please answer to my question: In your video clip about ”afraid” ,you mentioned that afraid is an adjective, and as we know adjective is a word which describes a noun. But in the examples you wrote on white board the word ”afraid” describes the verb and not any noun.So it seems to be adverb.I can’t see any noun there. Would you please make it clear for me? thank you very much for your lessons and your good performance

Mahmoud akbari

Thanks I got 100%.

Abdul Qayum

Thanks Mr Jon, i got 100%

Amaziiigh

Thanks ¡¡

Fany Buenabad

Thank you…bye!

Iamhere.

delightful

abayarslan

I got my quiz’s scores 4 of 5. I love his lessons but its a bit short. Could you add some more minutes to your videos :)

HR.monk

thanks a lot~

sgoodman

Thanks jon … many years ago I was afraid of learning english but now I enjoy it and I get alot of information in this exciting site …. thanks to all staff of engvid .

aboood1994

thnx a milion for this excinting site web
i got 100/100 in this quiz :)

khadidja mehdadi

thank you so much ^__^

abdullah1212

Thank you teacher!!

skullyagp

Thanks.

Nadir

Thanks again, Jon. I learned a lot.

I have to study a lot, I’m afraid.

Sonia1234

when I paly the video I really afraid

Mojeeb sediqi

Thank you very much

joaopaulo173096

john’s lesson is very good, we can learn from this.

dribarletta

THANKS JON

sayed abdelhamid

Thanks. Jon, it is an awesome lesson keep up

Rajab1234

iam really really bad in english

sistu vennela

Thanks!

shihai182
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