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244 COMMENTS

100% accuracy. Piece of cake ;)

marcinowski

    thanks. i used to make that mistake every

    geliba

    It is not just how they sound; it’s their spelling and function in the context what really counts.

    I promise to keep in mind this everyday grammar tip every day (Does this make some sense to you? Hope so.)

    Regino

Thanks Adam, I used to make these mistakes every day but not anymore.

I love this website!!! :)

aagarcia24

Every i try to learn english from engvid,thanks mr. adom

rabbani

    brother its not adom . his name is Adam. where do you live in dhaka?

    jeff

      hhhhh that’s true

      saidovich

I got 90%, not so bad. Tanks Adam for you good class.

guilhermemachado

Interesting lesson!!
Thanks Adam

rilomo

Thank you

ariunbolor

Thanks dear lovely sir ADAM. You know i can’t tell you how much lovely you look. Your lessons are not only clear but very useful also.
Well, would you please answer my few questions:
My questions are following:
1- HOW DO NATIVE PEOPLE USE ‘ALL THE WAY’ IN
ENGLISH AND WHAT DOES IT MEAN AND WHY DO
THEY USE IT?
2- HOW CAN I MAKE MY LISTENING STRONG?

HOPE YOU’LL ANSWER ME.
THANKING YOU!

sona123

    Hi Sonu,

    “All the way” usually means completely, or to the end. So, if someone says, “I’m with you all the way” it could mean I agree completely, or I’ll be by your side all the time. Of course, it depends on the context. It’s an idiom, but also has slang meanings, such as having sex. You might see in movies a guy say he went ‘all the way’ with a girl, it means they had sex.

    Mostly the context should tell you the meaning.

    As for listening, it’s really just practice. But you can try dictation (write what you hear). Another way is to watch movies with English subtitles (captions) then watch again without the captions, since you already know the story, now you can concentrate on listening.
    Hope that helps :)

    Adam

10/10
thank you Adam, useful like always.

Dado

    :)

    fatiima8

      Fantastic,dear Adam.

      Keep this kind of lesson up plz!

      Kind Regards,
      :) fatiima!

      fatiima8

Thank you

sarmadsapeeh

Great explenation Adam, I get 10/10 out of quiz!

rumiq

Thank you very much, I like visiting Engvid everyday like an everyday task, It´s a wonderful site to learn english.

projo

thanks adam for the useful lesson

daffola

Great. Thank you.

rios

Hi Adam. Your are great as always!

ruslannomone

    you too

    saidovich

Wow, I actually never thought that there’s a difference between everyday and every day
So is there any difference between every time and everytime as well, you’re a great teacher. Thank you :)

Rey

    Hi Flawless,

    Good question, but we don’t use everytime, only every time. there is a difference though between sometime and some time (and some times). I have a lesson on that here at engvid.

    :)

    Adam

Thank you very much for this interesting lesson. Engvid helps me to perfect myEnglish

vilainpetitcrapaud

What does “Can’t Seem” mean? Does it have the same meaning as Can’t?
exemple: I just can’t seem to understand….
I jus’t can’t seem to get out…..

I also would like to know how to use “Whatsoever”.
Thanks

henry19

    Hi Henrique,

    ‘can’t seem to’ basically means can’t, but people don’t like to say they can’t do something so they “soften” it with the seem to.

    Whatsoever, means whatever, and is used to emphasize. For example, if I say ” I have no doubt whatsoever” it means I have no doubt at all. i am very sure.

    Does that help?

    Adam

Can you tell me if this sentence is correct?
‘In the first half English players seemed to overweigh tackling in every given chance’.

dancingqueen

    Hi Dancingqueen,

    To be honest, I’m not that familiar with football, or rugby so not completely sure what you’re trying to say. Anyway, I’ll do my best:

    ‘In the first half, the English players seemed to overweigh(overcome?) tackling at every given chance’

    Does that help?

    Adam

      Love your lessons sir.I joined the engvid so late.
      Thanks for the lesson ,sir.

      Raghav Bisht

thank you, you gave us a great lesson.

rsilvaleal31

Thank you

esaalshzifi19

The greatest teacher ever! many thanks Adam!

selfmade

Very good lesson!
Thanks Adam

brala

i undestand that!, finally!, thanks a lot, teacher!

crayong

“Every day” or “everyday”? Hmmm, “daily” should be good. xD

Some questions, of course. :)
1. When we use “”, and we want to, for example, finish a sentence, do we put a comma in or out the quotation marks? — Something “here.” or Something “here”.
2. Do we use any preposition in “How do you say” or “What do you call”? For example: “How do you say on this?”
3. Adam, you said once that you would create a vid about “if” and “unless” — any news about it? :)
4. Is there any difference between “my friend” and “friend of mine”? Can we use them interchangeably?
5. I saw some sentences like those: “First thing you do is create the volume”, “All you have to do here is copy the container”. I’m asking about: “is create” and “is copy” — Is it possible to use “to” after “is”? — “is to create”, “is to copy”, or maybe both are good?

6. Back to my question from the previous vid — “million and millions”. I’m actually wondering if “of” is used only with plural form, for example: “One million people live here” and “Millions of people live here” — we can’t say “one million of people live here”, right?

morfik

    Hi there,

    Hope everything’s okay with u;
    Useful queries n I do agree with ur NO. 1 n 6.

    I’m really loooking 4ward 2 having the response.

    :) Gooodluck!

    fatiima8

    Of course, in the first question, there should be period instead of comma — end a sentence with a comma, that’s a good one! xD But this question also concerns other marks like: . , !

    morfik

    Hi Morfik,

    1. Something “here.”-American or Something “here”.- British/Canadian. A lot depends on what is happening with the sentence itself. I would need a few pages to get into it completely. Best advice: follow the style guide used where you are submitting written work. Chicago Manual of Style, MLA, APA, etc.
    2.“How do you say ‘hello’ in Polish?” or “What do you call this thing in Chinese?” Don’t need a prep unless you are asking about the prep.
    3. Adam, you said once that you would create a vid about “if” and “unless” — any news about it? :) Actually, it’s coming soon-already recorded :)
    4. Is there any difference between “my friend” and “a friend of mine”? Can we use them interchangeably? Generally speaking, yes they are interchangeable. It just changes the focus a bit. “Who’s that?” “My friend.” “A friend of mine.” The first would suggest a more intimate friendship (subtle, but there)
    5. I saw some sentences like those: “First thing you do is create the volume”, “All you have to do here is copy the container”. I’m asking about: “is create” and “is copy” — Is it possible to use “to” after “is”? — “is to create”, “is to copy”, or maybe both are good?
    You can use ‘to’ but like most English writing, why use it if you don’t have to? Shorter is generally better.
    6. Back to my question from the previous vid — “million and millions”. I’m actually wondering if “of” is used only with plural form, for example: “One million people live here” and “Millions of people live here” — we can’t say “one million of people live here”, right? Right. remember that in the the first example, million is an adjective, while in the second it’s a noun.

    :)

    Adam

      Thanks for the answers! :)

      morfik

thank you adam

kingmadi

Thanks Adam for this lesson.

hugocyrus21

Thanks Adam, I’ve got 10/10. but i have a question please.
Is it correct to use (daily) instead of (everyday)?for example (daily life)instead of (everyday life).
Thank you kindly.

kanaan13

    Hi Kanaan13,

    Usually these words are interchangeable, but keep in mind that daily actually means every day, more than everyday. But it depends on your lifestyle too. If your life is pretty much the same all the time, then you can use daily life to mean common.

    Does that help?

    Adam

Excellent! explanation.
Thank you Adam

marielay

Thank you adam !

anhtuankc2

Definitely it wasn’t an everyday lesson, and I like watching engvid videos every day. Thank you. I really didn’t noticed the difference between those words yet.

claudiarejaneo

I mean “I didn’t have noticed the difference Between those words before”.

claudiarejaneo

I’m not sure that was so interesting for me, sorry about that but thanks a bundle anyway.
I do not understand why a solar eclipse can be an everyday event. It occurs several times every year.

bonhob

    Hi Bonhoff,

    Fair enough. Thank you.

    As for solar eclipse, it may occur often, but it’s not every day that you see one, I think. :)

    Adam

      I got a wrong answer in this question,too. You’re right,Mr. Adam. I just focuses on the grammar, not the meaning.^~^

      Hoai Tran

Thank you Adam , simple, short and easy lesson .

libyano

Great place to renew the rusty info. Thans guys.

morteza1980

100%. It seems like Everyday exercises.

baggi87

thank you adam for this lesson

pharmacist435

please help me

roya9069

    Hi Roya. You have decided to learn , so don’t worry you can ! Best regards

    Soei

    Small points but very important ones ! Thanks teacher for your good choices.

    Soei

Adam everything about this lesson is very clear. Thank you. But I have some questions if it is not problem to you please give me answer.
1. is it very bad and awful if you miss article “a” sometimes when you talk? (is it happening in english songs?)
2. is it correct if I’ll say “We’ve got new president”?(after elections)
3. In the movie”The grifters”(1990) we have the scene in the morgue(time line 01.31.14):
the policeman: That’s it, then.
– Year.
Roy: That’s that
(What does it mean?)
4. If you are not very busy, give me answer about “Match point” which I gave you in the last lesson.(my name Ruslan)
Thank You! Have a good day now.

ruslannomone

    5. Adam in classical books, I often meet “WAS TO (BE)”. Whether it equal “OUGHT TO”?

    ruslannomone

      6. Can I say(is it correct?)-“I may would have to see it”(I must to have a look at it(may be, but I wish). Thank you.

      ruslannomone

    Hi Ruslannomone

    1. In speech you can get away with many grammar errors, including missing the ‘a’. Do keep in mind though, that many times it might sound like it’s not there, but it just gets mixed into the speech. Thanks a lot might sounds like than ksalot, so the ‘a’ might not be noticed.
    2. Sounds ok, but ahain, the ‘a’ would be blended in there: we’ve gotanew President.
    3. That’s that- means there is nothing more to say/do.
    4. I’ll look this up and get back to you :)
    5. was to be is a little old-fashioned English. It means was supposed to be, or ought to have been.

    :)

    Adam

      :)
      I saw the scene in Match Point. yes, it is the accent that gives her away. He knows she’s not British. She could be Canadian, but most people will guess American first :)

      Adam

      I had read about using “a” many times though, but I couldn’t very clear understand it. Especially it’s hard in speech, when you keep talking fast(I hope make it through reading). THANK YOU ADAM!

      ruslannomone

Ohh yeah!

I got 100 (:

learning, learning, learnign every day (:

Thanks

giselymarrufo

Adam. look at the last quiz:

If you practice every day, speaking English will seem like an everyday activity.

You marked this sentence as “correct”.
But it isn’t.

Statement “if” doesn’t conform with “will”

stanv

    Hi Stanv

    Not really sure what you mean. If + present verb suggests a real conditional, so ‘will’ is ok.

    let me know

    Adam

Wonderful !! Thank you

albertoghezzi

Yay! 100 isn’t an everyday score for me, but I’m as glad as if it were happening every day.

lucasleitao

tks, Adam. Although my score insn’t 100%, I undertood this lesson.

sarasampa

oh brilliant! thanks for teaching us!

anudari1214

9/10. tks Adam!

potatoxx

Thank you!

lizhineng

I got 100 points. This is really great site. I’m sure I’ll visit this website every day!
Thank you so much!

jiyeong0122

hehehe….

nhaz0na

Thank you, u made it so simple.

drtselim

I really enjoyed this lesson!

diegobrazil

i got 100 percent, iused to make mistakes about this but now i wont make it anymore

garinel

I come into this website every day. It is not an everyday English learning page, it’s the best!!!!

koilatino

Thanks so much, i didn’t know the difference between these two expresions, Now I Know….thanks a million

argenis

nice>>>>>>>>

alhaytham

very clear explanations ) thanks a lot

alex78pro

thxxx adm :))

sarah22000000

very good lesson, thanks for all!

ricardo006

Great Job, Adam

andreaabbouda

Thank you Adam!

kurte

Thank you Adam. Your lesson is great, and you are greater :))

waleed83

    Hello weleed
    this site is very helpful
    Please contact with me at mohibms@yahoo.com
    just sent me salam and i will tell you how to improve your english just send your id

    mohibms

Dear Mr. Adam.
Since the first video you made in ENGVID.COM,
I have excepected you to make a video about syllables stress / accented syllables.Because
I have a problem with the pronunciations.I would like to know which syllable in the word
should be stress and which should be reduced.
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE.

aateffaeq7

    Hi aateffaeq7,

    I’ll try to get to that soon. In the meantime, a good dictionary will show you where to put the stress on syllables.

    Good luck :)

    Adam

Thank you so much , for the great lesson i love it :)

esty

Thanks Adam

norja24

thank you :)

meriouma22

Adam knows his job very well.This is everday Adam’s stuff. He does it every day.
Is it right ?If it is not right plase write it down here the rigth one :)

oguz

    good stuff :)

    Adam

Excellent lesson, thanks.

jorgenocedal

thank you adam

alsharqawi2

Thank you so much Adam . Your explanation is so simple and so easy to be understand. With engvid ,English became my fun activity of every day …

hadjer11

Thanks a lot Adam

hiiiind89

Thank you sir.

fengqi

Thank you very much! I’ve never thought about this difference before ))

kenzoll

I got 10! Thanks for this lesson Adam. If I had time I would study English every day!

Janilza

Thanks

aramhs

Thank you Mr. Adam I have learned something new today. I got 10 correct out of 10.

gabrielasz11

what is difference between every day and everyday?

lexicographer

Thanks Adam teacher :) You are great :)

lexicographer

dear Adam,you are one in a million…..

sharififard

thanks adam

nurf3

i used to make this mistake every day but since that it will be never an averyday one

imene1997

Thanks everybody. I appreciate all the comments. :)

Adam

Every day I’m getting better my English with your videos. Go on and tanks.

spous67

My mistakes in English are an everyday event.

spous67

This is a very useful lesson. It helps me a lot with my writing. Thank you!

goodgirl582

i learned English for 18 years i have ever taken this lesson thank you :)))

betengana

I got 90%, one way I could know which one to put would be simply to replace the “everyday” by run of the mill expression. If it applies, then it’s everyday that I should write, is this correct Adam?

should

    Hi Should,

    Generally speaking, I’d say yes. :

    Adam

thank you for your best explanation. “not unusual=usual” right?

elektrikchi

    more or less :)

    Adam

“A full solar eclipse [when the moon hides the sun] is an everyday event.”

is it true or false?
I said true but you website don’t agree with me:))
What is your idea?

elektrikchi

    Hi Elektrikchi,

    Well, in canada it’s not something you see often, maybe once every few years, so it’s prett rare. How about where you live?

    Adam

Hey Adam!
I liked your lesson very much.It was explained well.
However could you explain me the difference in the meanings of the 3 words you used:
Casual
Common
Not unusual
My doubt may be silly…

utkarshjain

    Hi Utkarsh,

    Not unusual and common are similar in meaning. Casual, means relaxed, not formal.

    Does that help?

    Adam

Hi teacher Adam,

Your help is so precious to the improvement of my English. Thank you so much !

locdy

I got 4 out of 10 :(((( I’m very sad
i got the every day meaning and usage of it but everyday this is what i can’t get or when to use it
Please every one helps me

maram2488

Thank you so much it’s very useful lesson

janna2009

thanks

atta88

this was not a everyday lesson at all I liked it thanks a lot prof Adam

willpabon

i like your teach , and i realy enjopyed for this lesson

elmorimaanggitta

Thank you, Adam. It is really useful.

sveta22

Thanks Adam.
It,s very ~~~~ great!!!
I always appreciate your teaching.
^^*

ea9436

In fact, my mistake in question 9 was just a lack of attention, but I really understood the lesson. Thanks a lot.

gussar2013

6.In order to make sure employees don’t miss work, all employees must report to their supervisor at least once ________ to check in and receive the next day’s assignments.

Don’t we should say here ‘once A DAY’?
I’m a bit confused…

smirs76

Once having seen Adam’s lesson, his attractive teaching manner and how he carefully said words that get us understanding everything clear made me just in love, really.

yamaha22

thanks Adam

henrahidayat

100 percent. Thanks adam

alikaraagac

70% for me, is nice, thanks adam too

albaut

90 %. Thanks.

alpido24

100% thanks

pafsilipoclub

Hi Adam ,

Very useful the lesson. I got 9
I am a little confused with the answer of the question 6.In order to make sure employees don’t miss work, all employees must report to their supervisor at least once ________ to check in and receive the next day’s assignments.

Don’t we should say here ‘once PER DAY’?

Thank you

luiza78

Yes 100 from the first time.
Work done

hjcccompany

Fantastic lesson! I didn’t know that difference between both words. I never realize it, thank you!

sgmmm

First Time 100% accuracy.It doesn’t happen every day.
Thanks Adam!

murtazamirani

i watch your lesson every day :D Thank you Adam. You are my best English teacher

ilhame

Love you

hyejung53

great :) i got 8/10 at the Quiz
Thanks ^_^

nadiam96

I got 8 correct out of 10. I didn’t know the difference between “every day” and “everyday.” So I was surprised “everyday” was adjective and meant “common.” Thank you for your interesting lesson and quiz. I had fun :D

Happy04

Thank you for your efforts Adam. Could you please make a lesson for ” everyone,everybody,no one,nobody..etc”

Wahid Faitah

I got 10 out of 10.

hakkierd

Thank you everyday adam

Mohammed ahj

oh! I got 8 / 10 :/ I´m a little confused. But it is great because now I know something I didn´t know haha. Thank you Adam, love ya!

Naza-Hubble

Thanks I got 60%.

Abdul Qayum

Thank you teacher Adam

TAREQ BEK

thanks sir

bathula

yay, 6/10 i’m confused hahahahaha

bregette1999

I’ve alwas had this doubt, so I’m glad it was very simple.
Nice lesson, thank you ;)

buyeromanya

A really useful lesson. Thank you!!

Taurusman

Hi Adam!
Could you please tell me the difference between “NOT UNCOMMON and COMMON” ‘”NOT UNUSUAL and USUAL”?
and kindly explain where to use what word of these?

Thanks for lesson…

Naveed

i got 10 correct out of 10 . so interesting

nguyenthihiep

A lot of thanks Mr. Adom for this lesson.
It really help me to understand “every day” &
“everyday”.

AMBRISH

I love to watch your videos!

babiiiash

Hello.I’m new here.And i liked this lesson very much,thanks.

Sanubar

thank you Adam, it’s very intelligent

doudi

Thx Adan its very useful thing to know

Jasmena

I forgot what’s an adverb is :(

Stanislaus

100% is my test result. Thanks a lot.

amin80

Greate lesson! Thank you!

Yeleneel

Thank you Adam. You make me more clear !

amandathedoc

thank you, this first time i know this information.

Anasq

thank you a lot for this lesson.
coz i wondered a lot what is the difference between every day and everyday .
but now i know the difference .
thank u again for u .

tasneemmohsen hamoda

i got 7 out of 10 .

tasneemmohsen hamoda

Thanks for lesson.

Tae

Walking the dog and going to the gym were part of his every day or eveyday activities.I answered every day!Thank you.^^

Toommy

Thank you Mr. Adam. I have got 8/10. You are a good teacher!

Master D

Many thanks, Adam!!

idurancris

Thank you Adam
Don’t you ever stop making videos. I am an English teacher In Colombia and instead of giving explanations I have my students watch the Engvid.videos and they love you and all the other teachers.
One Billion thanks for saving us time and energy

wlhamonn

hi Sir Adam, can you give me some tips on how to be a effective listener?

eyah

thank you Adam. As ususally you teach the lesson easy to understand. that’s why I visit this site every day because my English skills are improving very fast. Also, I’m glad because I have observed you take the time to answer question from your student thank you a lot. I’ll see you on the next video lesson regards.

Fethe Guzman

I’m learning English as my second language. I am so happy to participate in your English class. Also,I want to improve my grammar and my writing skills. I will update my picture soon. Thanks.

Micheline.

mmbathas

wonderful lesson . thanks a lot. i did not know before about the different between everyday and every day .

jeff

:) :) :) Not an everyday response!

Just kidding. You are as ever a great professor.

Thanks a lot.

Sonia1234

thanks a lot again

alainaldo

Thank you very much Adam.

Nadir

Every day I learn english by Adam’s videos ;)

Drogba

I got 10..it is not an everyday score :)

SarahNabil

Thank you, Adam!

Sergei Ter-Tumasov

This lesson is helpful. I used to use “everyday” as wrong way for a long time. Thanks Adam!

jitfender

Thank you

Ravinath

i got 10 correct out from 10 :D
thanks Adam!

rizkykusumastuti

Thanks Adam. Your explanation of the meaning of a new word is easy for me to understand. I got 10/10. ^.^

huongtra

if you practice english every day.speaking english will be everyday activity…. i watch Adam’s video every day,somehow trigger my dream of being a english teacher ^^ thank you so much

baodavid

80% :(

Anna-Mariya

    I collect less than you. Only 70 ( Very hard lesson.

    Onegin Evgeniy

interesting and new information for me :D

Hebah Hammed

Great lesson.I got 8/10.
Thanks Adam.

sri

Adam thank you for help me to improve my English I hope you can help me with reading if you can

MARIA.LOPEZ023

I got 10 correct out of 10 :D.
Thanks Adam it is clear .

Issraa Balla

Thank you Sir Adam, your lesson very good :D
I got 10/10 :D

quocminh82

This quiz increased my self-esteem :D

mariaborscht

100%, thank you M.Adam

marouane10

Thank you Adam for this lesson!

Wyhor

Got 90% thanks Adam ^^ :)

tuny

It is great subject
Thank you so much Adam

assalfares

thank you Adam, useful like always.

KrisseWu

thanks

musabali

Well, I think we need access EngVid.com every day, It’s the only way to improve our English, so, after some time of course, the capability of understand and speak English will be a everyday situation.

ocodificador

Thank you Admam.
All your lesson help us to learn English,
It’s simple and useful

mosaadms

Thanks Adam ;)

Dmitriy303

Thank you a lot Mr.Adam for your beneficial lessons.

federer88

thank you Adam.

Jean-Michel.M

It’s a good lesson. Actualy I have never thoyght about it. Thank you.

RomankoMaryna

Thank you Adam. I watch your videos every day.

Demosa

Your way of teaching is excellent. Every day I learn from you that it has become my everyday routine.👏

fauzia110

Dear Adam your way of teaching is quite natural. You seem quite calm that keep your viewers calm. I never feel stress while listening to your lessons. I easily understand you and this makes me feel like having all the lessons taught by you.

fauzia110

    no doubt.

    afridigr8

I made a mistake.
I did a mistake. Which is correct ?
Is there any difference between these two sentences ?

nagarjuna.sb

I like this quiz, I have felt to learn every day.

Napoleonra

Thanks,Adam!

Natalia@

A doubt here, Adam.

This word, “everyday”, reminds me of Jon Bon Jovi’s song “Everyday”. He says he will “live his life everyday”.

It doesn’t sound to me as an adjective, but an adverb of frequency. He wants to live his life “every day”.

Is Bon Jovi’s wrong? Or is there an exception there?

rodrigocapelo

Sir Adam, why question 3 is false.
Is it right,everyday is adj? Plz explain me. Thank you, Adam.

Thazin Moe Moe Aung

Hallo, Adam!
We got 10 correct answers! Thank you for very clear explanation of difference between EVERY DAY and EVERYDAY.
We didn’t know that.
Bye.

Andrew and Julia

Adam, you are my FAVORITE teacher, cheers :)

afridigr8

Thank You! Interesting topic as for me

Iegor Nemolovskyi

On no account can I fail to remember to watch EngVid every day as a run of the mill activity in my life.

kami88

Thanks.

Dam

Hey 90% correct

Somnath1404

100%, cool lesson! Thanks!

Newexperience

supper… 10/10 :)) Thanks Adam!!!

Bigita

100%! I am getting smart!

Egghead

Great lesson.Got 10/10. Thank you very much.

zigmund

Another good lesson. Thanks Adam!

kpashkin

I got 10/10, Thank you Adam!

Jacinto

Hey Adam! Just finished your video with a question from that sentence you wrote ” I read the newspaper every day, but it’s mostly filled with the same stories about politicians and the economy”. It’s always confused for me to understand how and when use “the” before the nouns. In this very case, could I drop it and say “about politicians and economy”? Thank you for your time :)

clarimagalhaes

10/10. Thank you.

ann ann

Thanks!

shihai182

hello adam , can you explain to me what ain’t mean and the whole Shortcuts please.
can you do this for me please??

saidovich

Thanks, I will use this every day

Sophia.shi

merci beaucoup

mohamed sofiane si hamda

very nice lesson, big thanks Mr. Adam

chady

10:10. Thank you Adam! Your lesson is great as always!

Galina Ivanovna

thanks for paying attention to our everyday mistakes.

ABISSA

Thank you so much Mr. Adam.

Alex-1956

I got 10 out of 10. Thank you, Adam.

lua6pt

10/10! Great! This is my first time getting full marks. I watch Adam’s video every day. Engvid is an everyday English study choice.

Jerry Gu
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