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104 COMMENTS

Rebecca..excellent lesson…thanks a lot.

Alwis1974

Perfect lesson, thanks a million.

IsraelLucas

I’m going to watch this video once again and then I hope I’m taking a quiz with a good result. Thanx, Rebecca. Your lessons are my cup of tea! I like it!

Valery teacher

I’m going to share this video with my friends.

Valery teacher

Thanks a lot,it was so helpful 👍

Hanaaso

Thank you for the great lesson! :)

Nikolas9896

First of all, I should say that I really appreciate your classes. Thanks a lot. But, seeing this video, on the 27:44 minutes, you showed us this example: “7 – What are you doing about the problem”. In this case, wouldn’t we have to put a time marker? Like it, “What are you doing about the problem next week”. My best wishes, Rebecca.

Marcio07

thanks a lot for this video I am going to share it with ma friends ..good wishes

bisha23

perfect lesson thank you so much for your efforts and your supports to help us to improve our English :)

oth brown

Great lesson!. I have a question. The following statement, according to the quiz, is correct. “I’m going for a job interview tomorrow.” But, I understand that “going” is used with “to” not “for.” The preposition ” to” is usually used when we transfer, and ” for” used in benefits. Please, could you explain?

Esaldana

    Hello, well first of all you should know that “going” comes from the verb “to go” so it is not exclusively used with “to”. Next thing you might do is to look at the sentence structure which in this question, the present continuous is used to form the future tense so they’re using going in the present continuous tense. That is why the sentence is correct

    MLChristine

Thanks Rebecca for the excellent lesson

Nico65

I was a very good class and Rebecca is a very good teacher.

quirinoup

I have always been a stickler about grammar. I was always very good at it in school. In one of your videos, Adam explained when to use compound adjectives which I clearly understand; however, all these years I have thought that you never hyphenate compound adjectives when one ends in “ed.” Have I been wrong all these years?

Diana593

That way, it was so well explained the use of “going to” “present continuous” and “future simple” they all about future. Thank you.

Roberto

IGOT 7OUT OF TEN

Muniro S

I GOT 90 OUT OF TEN.

Muniro S

I GOT 10OUT OF 10

Muniro S

10 of 10. I am going to study English every day. Thank you Rebecca!

DinDim

10 of 10. I’m going to study English every day. Thank you Rebecca!

DinDim

Thak you rebecca. I like the lesson.

RRmorillo

THANK YOU. IT WAS HELPFUL.

ghalea13

Great lesson Rebecca, Thanks.

m3arafa

It’s a really good lesson. Congratulations and Thank you.

Kedelaro

I am very much happy to see this.and I hope I Will sure to develop my language under your kind contact.

K.V.A.NAIDU

Thank you miss Rebecca

Nesrinyasein

This is very good and easy to understand lesson. Thanks a lot

KHUSHIDALAL

This is very good and easy to understand lesson. As a beginner it would help me a lot.

KHUSHIDALAL

Very good. It will help me a lot

KHUSHIDALAL

Thank you, Rebecca

Gerd

I have understood very well about formal and informal sensetences.

vinod kumar@123

Hello,teacher!
How can I find the video you give out?
Thank you!

1Roger

I got 9 correct out of 10, thank you, Rebecca

BenPeng

Thanky you, Rebecca!

daniamaro

tkanks for lesson :D

mkkbesyo

Excellent lesson.I will sure to develop my language under your teaching.

sanghdeeep

I got 8 correct out of 10 thank you for this lesson Rebecca

Krishanpriyan

thank you Rebecca, i’m sharing this Video with my friends tomorrow.

Hanniie96

thanks

mohameddiaa

Thanks for this lesson

Juanjo820430

thank you, Maam Rebecca I’m learning a lot in your lesson.

jerold24

thank you so much, i am going to watch your video every day.

pourghaderi

thank youuu
that’s a very useful lesson
i have got 100 in the test
\i am realy happy

Hendkamal11

9/10 Excellent lesson! thanks!

Diana Y

excellent i appreciate the possibility to have time to repeat sentences

ccomsa46

It is great.I got the points in the way that I could i understand easily,thanks.

Saint

May be I do have a question for you.
Is it a must to use contraction,some people may prefer to use full words? I need you comment,thank you.

Saint

Thank you :D

Lucas

Excelent

Flavia Garcia

thanks

medijhon

thank you, excellen lesson

lubanguladjibril@gmail.com

excellent lessons, thanks REBECCA.

neslou

Amazing , thank you

Welo85

Hi Rebecca
I think I’ve missed something.
In the answer number 6 I said it’s incorrect and you said it was a wrong answer. Would you please explain it, I don’t get it. Thanks.

Gori

Rebecca is great

Alex.1999

Thanky you, Rebecca!(9/10 )Super lesson!

Tetiana Markova

90 over 100 not to bad teacher.

EDWILLFE

amazing thank you

Dr Aslan

i got 80%
Thank you

Phatsawanphorn

Perfect lesson! I got it !

Saraloza

Iam very glad to get best mark in this lesson

Maslax44

Great lesson

Mg Mg Lwin

I’m going to make some mistakes in my life.
I’m making some mistakes in life next month.

katya.zhiva

i learned a lot
thanks

arifullahsyed

Thanks, Rebecca. My method is firt of all I watch the lesson, then I do the quiz. I’ve gotten a wonderful result in this course on English verb tenses.

Pablo Apy

Thankyou Ma’am Rebecca😍

Jizel Montalan

It was a helpful class, thank you Rebecca.

Aleksan

Excellent!

@ndrey

Excellent teaching!! Thank u

Sargunam

Thinks a lot Rebecca for this nice lesson

Faker

100% good lesson

Richy18

thanks 😘

celine202025

I got 10/10, great lesson! Thanks Rebecca.

karthika karunakaran

thanks Rebecca

Ahmadfansa

Thank you mam

SYED NAJAM ALI

thank you so much Rebecca, you’re the best! :D

Atya Meilany

thank you teacher!I’m reviewing this lesson this evening

rab kher

Thank you

Vitaroma

8/10 without watching the video.thank u Rebecca

Walid120

Hello teacher , thank you for this lesson i want to give you a note about that example on prediction you wrote : it’s going to rain tomorrow . this is the futur tense my note is we can also wrote : it’s going rain tomorrow . whitout preposition (to) so we use the verb ( to go ) in the present continuous to talk about the futur with added the time marker

younes aboulfadl

    sorry i’ve made a mastake at the meaning )))))

    younes aboulfadl

thank you

aakpo

thanks rebecca you are so smart you should be someone famous

aakpo

Thank you Rebecca.

Krzysztof1968

This is a helpful lesson to learn the future tense in English. I didn’t know “present continuous” can be used for future tense for sure but now I’m confident I can use it for near future.

Insoo Yeo

Thanks for the lesson!

Ivan19olas

Rebecca is the best teacher EVER!!

thiagodelsole

thanks dear

saiqa

good lesson..thanks alot rebecca..

Master Huangzi

Rebecca, Thanks a lot for a class. I understood very well this lesson. Thanks again.

ALTAGO19

Thank you so much mam for your excellent lesson!It’s very clear and more informative.i am going to learn a lot from this website.you are explained very well.i love your lessons as always.

Prasunan

Hello rebecca… I want ask you. Why is the answer of 6 correct? Going to/going for?

Ambar932

    Ambar932. You have time marker ( tomorrow) so it’s correct to say, “I’m going for a job interview..” it’s present continuous. I hope you get the point.

    Aweys2

Thanks dear teacher. Let me ask you,question 4 we have time marker. The time marker is used present continuous as you mentioned.( How can both answers are correct?)

Is time marker used both or one? (I mean, can i use Present continuous and going to).

I hope you’ll respond my question.

Aweys2

thank you!!!

Fatimarohez

thanks teacher

Arlex Leonardo Ruda

Great lesson! Thanks for teaching us.

GEFFRY

Thank you very much, Rebecca! You’re lessons are great! <3

Lubalove

I have a question. In the lesson you used a sentence: What are you doing about the problem ? This is present continuous, so where is a time marker ? Or maybe shouldn’t be there , but why ? Thank you for help :)

peter35cambridge

thnks Rebecca i am very exiting for lessons
9/10
1 incorrect not bad

Abaas1990

Great lesson. But I have a question, why we don’t need to add time maker in sentence “what are you doing about the problem” ?

sharon123

In the lesson “Future Simple with WILL” You said that for prediction we use WILL.
Example: Expert says market will grow up.
Does it mean that for formal (official) prediction we are using WILL and for informal (my opinion) GOING TO?

Ustus

Excelent lesson. This topic is very important for alls

vilson fileti

Thank you Rebecca.

Mladenka
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