what amazing that lesson was !!!
as what we know about you sir …
i think this lesson deserve to categorize at beginner,isn’t it???
that is basic and useful for unitive speaker ”’


zyzy sultan

    I got good knowledge.Dot admire your English Knowledge.


Thank a lot for helping to us improve our English knowledge.
I suppose to broadcast this site in Facebook.




If you teach and better speak slowly, because I just begin English…so I happy listen your lesson, thanks a lot.


hi you are amazing i am happy that fond your lessen

mal mal

very funny and useful lesson, thanks! (although I would like that you spoke less fast, because i can’t understand all, please)


hi james thanks for lessen i have a problem about this title cuold you help me please !
will probably , might , may be, etc .
thanks a lot

mal mal

thanks for lesson. I like it so much


Are you thirty six ? :)


I`m student of english in Argentine and your class lesson is very good
see you.


Really amazing teacher u hv


Thank you very much. Your lessons are great! Good job. New York.


Thank you for help us to learn more about english…I have IELTS after two day you helpful and I want to help me more .


my english is very week.i m wory about that.i m not speaking with my friend.my peling is also week.please tell me about that.the mathod of improving english.plaeas i shell b cery thank full to you for that ,

fahim khan

Hi James

You are a very good teacher

very helpful!


It was interesting and also useful. Than you.


Can yu explain me the use of past perfect tense, past perfect continuous and future perfect, future perfect continuous…………..thanx.


Hello, i have a problem in writing composition..
Can u explain to me how to write a good composition without making mistakes.


thank you James, I like your way of teaching


good job James you explain good =D


i am career adviser at beaconhouse School System Gujrat.
sir, you are amazing , the way you make the things clear and easy to learn and remember.
i am here in Pakistan, can you send me Cd of your lesson. it would of great help, for me, my students as well, please do think about it.
i am leaving my email address for you.


hi!how are you?my name is jennifer .my friends alway call me jello so I have a problem in grammar writting and listening /speaking,too.Please,help me and can you tell me how I can do it thanks JAMES


Thanks A lot
It’s The First Time For Me To Watch You
You’re Really An Expert
Good Luck


IT’S OKY!!!!!!!!!!


Hey James… i love the way you teach. And i learned it spontaneously…. lol….

Best regards,


such an expert speaking! wow!!!

myrna enriquez

James! You are very funny teacher and I enjoy your lesson for today, thanks for teaching me everyday new stuff that I learned from you. Have a great day…God Bless You!

koko Tun

JAMES you’re the best!!!


james ,I’m sure that your students look to your lessons as the best
and hay man you are our hero


thanks so much James with the useful lesson


thank you / can you send your an email ? :)


thank you so much,this was very helpful.


Hey james you´re great, my friend watching your lesson I saw that you wrote the expression ” write it out” and my doubt is:
What is the difference between “write it out and write it down”.

Can you help me please.

Thank and greeting to Mr. E


awesome man,dam colllll…………..

vinayak sharma

it quite good !

manh nguyen

very good


hey jems i really like your teaching methods so my name is asghar and i from afghanistan


Hi James,

I had watch your videos. You are Excellent.

Can you please elaborate about Business English.

Panchamoorthy M

thanh for your lesson .


thank u James


Hi teacher.very funny james


“divisible” it’s written like that
isn’t it?

the last pagan

Thank James that was wonderful.

Catherine Ferguson

Hello and congratulation for your lessons! I have a question please, if e have to spell numbers for a university etc, how we do that (not by numeric)?


I LOVE YOU James….And thanks for your good way of teaching.

Riham Turk

Very good! thanks James, I love your class. you are great.


Your lessons are really helpful james….by the way , I am having some problems with conditionals ….if you expounded on the topic ,it would be very helpful


thxxx a lot for that useful lesson ! :)



thank you for your teaching. tks so much.it blessed me a lot.


HI Thanks but can you do a lesson about how to write cursive hand writing.

shayma EL

Hi James! How about of we’re going to talk about time? Should we also follow the rule of 10? Is it 3 o’clock or three o’clock? Thanks!


Hi James! How about if we’re going to talk about time? Should we also follow the rule of 10? Is it 3 o’clock or three o’clock? Thanks!


hi, James

I love your lessons, and thank you for teaching and solving my problems in English.
Now I have another Questions “when” and “while”, might you explain for me? thank you very much! :)))


hello james since a few days ago i finded your video english lesson and i think you are an amazing teacher im from mexico city and im in trouble cause is to hard for me to understand native american people,you dont believe this, even when i speak english and i record me in video and then hear me i dont understand anything i dont know why, i wish you can help me i need to developed that skill for get a job im a single mom, tanks joe good bless you

norma aguilar

It was realy good, I hope your lessons will be useful for my english,


This was confusing me when I write an essay.
Thank you for this lesson.


It’s very helpful to remember the rule of 10 when I don’t know when to use number or spell it out in my writing. I think I understand your session but I do have a question. Could you clarify it for me? When will it be an exception to use 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th? I saw it was being used for street like 2nd street or 2nd Avenue. Thanks for in advance for replying.


Great lesson


I like you James.


James, I think you should’ve written “divisible” instead of “divisable”, maybe both are correct, tell me as soon as you can.


your lessons are very valuable and interesting.Thanks a lot


hallo James)
i”m ispired by u) ur vid-lessons are great,i like ur mr.E and Syl, they make me laugh a lot))) thanks for lessons,ur humour and positive mood!
c ya next vid=))))


Very useful.Pls add video about how to write numbers in cheque.

Chandana Gayath

Really I am very confused about your lesson, you speak too fast. I didn’t like the way you speak.


Well, I really tried to understand the lesson, but I have a couple of questions, hope that you answer them. What about when I write June 7th, 2012, is it correct? or if I say I’m 35 years old? It is also correct, or I have the spell the numbers out because of the rule of ten. Thanks!


Sorry, if I say I’m 30 years old, Do I have to spell the number 30? Thanks!


is very nice you lesson, i life from venezuela…


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Thomas from Poland thx


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Thanks for your lessons. They are all fun.
But in this lesson you wrote divisable. I think is divisible, isn’


    I found it too. I think you gotta right spell of it.


hhhmmmmmmmmmmmmmm okay


i liked


Thanks for the lesson, you goofy! :)


hey james plz i need ur mail caz i need ur help


Hi James,I believe it is dividable, not divisable. Please confirm. Thanks.


I want to talk in english with someone,so that I can improve my speaking skills.If anyone is interested then plz contact me on this email;cutecat.butt7@gmail.com


    That is an amazing email address.

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“The Rule of 10” and “R.O.A.” are new for me and the first time I hear about them, but when you use the word “million or billion” I had and have the doubt about singular and plural, e.g., one million/billion, two billions/millions… I don’t know if this concept is correct. Thanks a lot teacher James from EngVid, good performance.




thats is wonderfull. Thank you

sergio rubio
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