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Hi, can you please put an example (sentence) of how to use that bru-ha-ha?
I didn’t understand its use.
Thanks for the lesson, very useful!

yngwie

    me neither

    Profile photo of amorceleste amorceleste

    me neither too.

    sou

    You can check dictionary. Online dictionary =
    dictionary.cambridge.org

    cutecute

Thanks James for this lesson!

cristina

THANKS KINDLY…. JAMES U R THE BEST, AND U ALWAYS WITH THE BEST LESSONS..
I USE THEM EVERYDAY AND THEY HAD HELP ME A LOT

THANKS AGAIN FROM CARTAGENA COLOMBIA

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Thank you so much..really you are great Mr james.
this the 1st time I watching this site.. that my friend had told me about this site specially you and he was right bcause I found you so great and your way is very interesting and useful..thanks again from Asim..uk

asim

Thanks for the lesson!!! :)

Ítalo

James!! You’re absolutely gorgeous!!! thanks a lot!!
P.S. a couple of examples with BRU-HA-HA would be great!

tutta21

all the videos are great..thnx for all.

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I learn 5 different synonyms about noise. That’s really good! Thank you!

Bardha

Thanks for your videos. I love your way….

Joaquín

Thanks for the lessons.
Greetings from Czech republic!!!

Tereza

Thank you for the lesson. I really need such lessons. Than you for your work.

Lana

Thanks a lot … i really got new vocabularies from you , your way to teach and explain is amazing ..

Reda

U r really amazing James!!! From bottom of my hart THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!!

Yousef

Is good thanks a lot

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Hello from Lithuania :)

Darius

    Labas :)

    Elvita

Thank you for this great information

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yes, bru-ha-ha is not quite clear how to use.

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Hi, i liked your video but didn’t understand how and where to use the word bru-ha-ha. This is the first time that I am here and I think it would help me a lot in learning new words everyday. I have a request for you. Since my level is beginner, yOo speak very fast for me. Can you please speak slow while teaching the lesson. Thanks!

jovial

Hello,nice lesson.Thanks.
I just wonder if we can use squabble as a verb or its just a noun?
And can you give an example as sentence for squabble.
Thanks.

Celine

thanks for this lesson it helps me a lot to practice my English

keep this up!!

regards

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thanks for this lesson, i just strar using this pages!!!!

Eleana Ramirez

Thanks for the lesson. It’s very interesting!

Alex

thanks for the lesson.!!!!!!!

Lena

you,r The best teatcher in the ((world)) thank you so mutch ^_^

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thanks for the useful information….but i’m not so clear about ‘bru-ha-ha”

aini

Thanks for the lesson.pleasse teach us when to use have hade in a sentence.

muqadas

Thanks for the lesson.please teach us when to use have had in a sentence

muqadas

james james james ,my good teacher.
james i really need to know about”causative verbs” plz explain the causative verbs,you know that would be informative for all the students.

arash(iran)

how to dowload your video plz

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    Sorry, the videos are just on YouTube!

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Thx alot 4 your lesson. It helped em alot infact. A special thank once again from Viet Nam

Tuan Dao

haha,
I love this video)
thnx a lot)

I hope ‘cute girls’ is about me)

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thank you for your lessons! i like’em so much…and u too)))

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hello james,
I am an Egyptian student who has been studying English since childhood.I am going to examine for IGCSE English as a second language this may/june and i was hoping if u check some of the essays i have written. If you agree, please e-mail me.

suhaila

did not understand the meaning og bru ha ha

pooja

Hi,
Very well done!!!Adore you & your lessons. Want more!!!!!!! James, could you please advise a methodology which can help in self-education? Hope for the answer and a new lesson appearance!!!! Sincerely yours, Anastaciya

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haha cool! I got 4 out 4 in the quiz.. I asume thats a progres..cool

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thanks for new lesson, :)

tell us please what is the difference between for me and to me? when to use the?

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Can you teach something about particules like, up, down, and believe there are a lot. Tks.

jaime

thanks

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Hi,James Thanks alot for giving knowledge about English vocabulary -Loud Noise. A special thanks again to you.

Ashima

i didnt understand the word bru-ha-ha.

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SUPER.I LOVE IT.FANTASTIC!

MSHDENTAL

good lesson eres buen profesor

andy

Hi James,
How and where to use ‘bru-ha-ha’?
What about ‘rocket’?
from India

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This is a good lesson. Thanks a lot.

Eranda

i love the way you teach!! :D. you my favorite teacher !! thank you for all lessons

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WOW!!! but I didn’n realized what about “bru-ha-ha”…

mrexox

bru-ha-ha….hmmmm… still can`t get it. Can anyone explain this to me, please?

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I still don’t get bru-ha-ha and thank for you time.

ynot

thanks James …i like the way you teach and this lesson is the great one …i like the squabble so i can say… what is all the fucking squabble between them right?!

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thanks great good information and visuals. really nice.

Rawand

really amazing lessons , I’m interested in your illustration

sara sallam

you are so funny! at the same time your lessons are amazing and understandable.:)

nasro

really i like ur teaching way
keep it up..

aboenad

very cool,thank you.I like it

Assol

bru ha ha

bruth

It’s very interesting class. Thank you very much, God Bless.

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it was really fantastic especially the way of teaching which helped in memorizing with ease.

Fawad Khan

Hello, I’m new to this site. I think it’s really good so thank you to all involved. I teach English part time and I started using your lessons today with one of my students. It’s always interesting to see a new approach. If I may say, I do find it fast and my student did too so I pause frequently.
It’s very generous to offer these sites free and when I discover free sites I always send the link to my students so they can bebefit too! Thanks again and see you soon

ailsabug

I just want you Guys to teach how to use like and likes

Mohammed

your lesson are very interesting I’ never seeen a teacher like you, let me congratulate you because the world needs more people like you

I love all your classes.
and hope you come someday to colombia to wonder with the beautiful people.

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hello
James
you are really amazing.. your teaching methods are really great.. thank you all..Have a great time ahead…

miss. Karina

TNX A LOT.
“ALL OVER THE MAP”
What does it mean plz??!
When we use it?!

Fatiima

thank you Mr james for th lesson

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Hi friends
I’m looking for a friend for speaking. We can improve our spezking skills.We can practice James lessons.
My e-mail is: Mariearaklian@yahoo.com
Marie

marie

Hi James, You such an amazing teacher ever!
How can u be so good?… well done. Now i feel like beeing a teacher. Keep it up!! very Effective. I love it and will be watching you lessons. Many thanks and kind regards. Abror

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what about hullabaloo and din, is it the same?!

memo

THANKS KINDLY…. JAMES U R THE BEST,
but bruhaha not very clear

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hi, can you help me, i have e big problem with present continous and perfest

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i got it

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hi james I think that the third question is wrong I think is:
Which word has to do with a lot of noise and confusion?
You have to change lost for lot if I have reason. See you

maria paz alvarez

What does the word “farting” in the fuiz mean? I´ve done mistake :o)

Vladimir

Hi James! Could you write please in which school do u work?) thank you)

Sofia

Hi James! I am loving every moment of watching the video lesson. It helps understand native speakers better.I wonder if these idioms will or not sound funny from a foreigner like me.

JUL

well done. my man. just big up

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everything is okay, but WTF is bru ha ha, anyway great lesson James. thanks a bunch.

Efrain

great.thanks. am i right to refer bru ha ha as a sarcastic laugh for instance like in the plays or movies made by a villain?

inyaki

I get 4 from 5 scores.Good luck.

ae

Thanks so much mr James.

ele

thank you

faithimi

Thank you so much.

matthew

Thanks for your a wonderful style of teaching.
English is the second language for me, and love it.
I’m not understand bru-ha-ha

azizfaza

James Your bru ha ha kills anybody

Oleg

thanks james nice lesson nw i’ll start using bru ha ha

ankit pal

you are my favorite teacher ..love you afnan from iraq

afnan

u r really a fantastic teacher……..thanx for ur all lessons…..all are really helpful…….waiting for your new lessons……

jully

Hi.I wonder Mr. E have experienced ROCK & ROLL….. But I experienced before, it was so noisy and my ears was going to BURST!

cutecute

What a pity Nobody explained this ‘bru -ha-ha İs any teacher hear about

İsmail Hakkı Belgin

thank you man

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This is kind of old video but nobody has explained it yet.. I guess that ‘Bruhaha’ is just described in video and means something similar to squabble, it’s just about arguing noisily or noise by itself and you can use it like a normal word but I think that this is rather colloquial.. Please let me know if I’m wrong. ;) Pozdrowienia z Krakowa

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    You’re right about the meaning, but I don’t know if it’s colloquial — check out Google News results for “brouhaha”. It’s used all the time for any kind of uproar — whether it’s literally people shouting, or just a lot of outrage.

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Thanks James!

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Thanks for the lesson but u speak so fast

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HI dear James
thanks for your great lesson I’ve never heard any one of these words before and I should tell you that I liked ‘squabble’ the most

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Great lesson thanks

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TᕼᗩᑎKᔕ ;)

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i like you man, you are the best teacher

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Wow! Wonderful lesson. Thank you.

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James you are so funny ..love you

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Ruckus and racket, commotion, squabble, and bru-ha-ha are the nouns of several sounds but the lasts one “bru-ha-ha” is similar to the laughs and snores, but I don’t know, it’s possible. Thanks a lot, teacher James from Engvig, a very good performance, and explanation.

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Thank you James,

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Wow LOL Great Video Lesson but I love ROCK’n Roll.

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Thanks!

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