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351 COMMENTS

I can’t watch the last video. Please fix it.

growman

    Sorry Emma i did not quite understand the last example very well. As far as I understand ( Nurses) can be use for both genders right?

    Rafael

      Emma I undestand you much well. I have studied on my free-time because i need to speak English. I’d already seen some videos on web-site Youtube of the teachers from here.

      vinisantos

    emma do u teach for skype?

    bryansoto

    Thankyou Emma
    it’s a great lesson I think if we try 3 or 4 times a day it’s good for speaking ENGLISH!

    Jasim Goran

    Hi emma! It was such a wonderful lession to learn. The way of your teaching and expression are really good. U know what,i’ve always been scored around 90 in your lessions only and it seems i can able to understand. Thanks emma & engvid.

    karthickkumar

!?

lounis88lao

    Iam from Costa Rica and let me tell you
    that all of you are incredible I have
    been studying english for many years
    and how you have noticed in my english
    grammar it is a disaster but since I
    get that internet adress I have been
    increasing all my english skill.
    Thank a lot.

    Reyner Gomez Juarez

    thank you so much emma .

    rafa totti

a Big smile face 4 this lesson. teachers have been taught us english, they have to be from Canada, hell yep. thanks Emma take care.

Efrain

Emma,you taught me some useful things that I can use it on my daily life.I can’t not thank you for that.I have a doubt.Is there a word like “MANAGERESS”, if we are talking about a lady manager.

deepu

    Hi Deepu,

    Thank you for your question. The word manageress exists in English, but it is rarely used. Manager is the preferred term for both men and women.

    Emma

      thank you..

      forester

      Emma,thanks for your video.
      You let my Chingilish closer to English native.
      Thanks again.
      I love you!

      AllenZhao

Thanks Emma a very good lesson as usual!!!

hesham10

Thanks a lot dear Teacher

siul1010

I learned a lot from you teacher ,so Thank you so much and keep your good job.

I proud to add any one to improve my English language on my skype id mansouralqasem.
Best Regards

imansour

This topic is simple, but have great value. I am expecting to hear you with new valuable topics on coming lessions.Thank You Emma.

bijug

Hello, We are really appreciative for what you are
doing here.
as you know nowadays most people apply for studying
abroad. so, I would like to ask you talk about
university vocabulary.
The things that a student needs to know about Foreign
universities from applying to studying there.

jafarasady

VERY HAPPY TO UNDERSTAND SUCH THINGS
THANK YOU VERY MUCH

Naomi

    can we pracice english
    2gether

    mozo

      Can we practice English?

      Andrey Alferov

Very important topic. Nowadays, it’s very important to watch out for the language that we use, especially this gender issue. With time, people are getting more polite & more sensible, so the language that we use must take that into account.

Abdullah

    I agree with you Abdullah! Thank you for your comment!

    Emma

      I cont download your lesson
      pleas help me
      tanke you

      akvan

    This is so nice to hear these words from a man. Thank you Abdullah for supporting us.

    nile

Thank you very much our teacher, your explanation method is wonderful !!

maan83

Thank you for being such a great teacher. I really enjoyed your lessons . Thanks again for your wonderful teaching.

adelalcebai

cleaning lady – office cleaner
headmaster – director
foreman – supervisor

adelalcebai

    cleaning lady is a general term

    headmaster is no director, Direcor’s defenition can be seen in Law Books.

    Foreman and Supervisor is different, Supervisor is the designation just above foreman and supervisor is responsible for all works, but foreman is responsible for a small part of work only.

    bijug

      sorry, director’s

      bijug

    foreman is not the same that supervisor, is not it?

    HelenaWin

      Let’s go practice English together 😉?

      Andrey Alferov

Hi Emma how are you today ?
in the last i am written in my comment “I wish to see you ”
and i said that again for appreciate to you .

odai3188

very useful! Thanks a lot ^^

bigzero93229

I wonder why my previous comment is still not approved! Any comments on that?!

Abdullah

    Sorry, I fell behind on checking comments!

    engVid Moderator

great thanks Emma

thiziri

Hello Emma, thank you for this video. I liked it a lot.

esphiritu

Nice Smile Emma. Great job. Thanks again for teaching us. Have a Good day

john0622

:)

esphiritu

could you tell what the different so and such

zahide

tankssssssssssssssssss

freeman

I was so confused when I start to Write sentens that including like those potione. But not any more
Thanks everyone who is working here and what you are doing here is very helpful for us .

Medo

A good manager knows its staff.
This should be alright, we all are nothing but things… “Man/Women/Person/Human” kind are so arrogant…

Ruben

    Hahaha….I must say a witty remark :) Excellent!

    I don’t like arrogant people-things too.

    But don’t despise humanity as a whole. There are many good people among us.

    sasha11

i don´t know how to say this…

“Someone(he or she) needs help. They(he or she) are crying inside the cave.”
but i know that there is only 1 person there. What will be the correct form?
sorry my english, i´m not advanced in english. Thanks.

hkh

    Hi hkh,

    Thank you for your question. For your example sentence, you have a choice between “he or she” and “they”. In more formal writing, you should use ‘he or she’ even though this is a little long and awkward. In less formal writing or conversation, you can use ‘they’. The majority of English speakers use ‘they’ although it technically isn’t grammatically correct.

    Here is how I would write your example: Someone needs help. They are crying inside the cave.

    Emma

There is no enough words to express my gratefull feelings to you for this service and asked God to bless you.
Is there are such way to have alive chat with your staff to practice English lively please?

abbas1972

very nice ….. Dear Emma

nasim07

When I came across this lesson I knew it would be useful for me. Yes, I heard sentences like ‘Accountant should keep their stuff properly’. It wasn’t clear to me but now I’ve gotten over this difficulty.

sasha11

Thanks teacher have a nice day …

usmupgdi

Thanks.

sinai

thanks alot teacher useful lesson

lolalolo2012

hiiiiiiii everyone could you please tell me what is the diffrenc between each and every

novice

Good Lesson From A good teacher, that’s was very helpful, but i have a request if you guys, i mean teachers can make a lesson about accent improvement because i can speak English very good and write very good but my accent its not that good sometimes when i talk to new friends they think that iam a Mexican, thank you for doing this you are helping allot of people God bless you all

yusuf1

Thank you very much for you lesson. By the way,can i add friend you on facebook?

silver164

    I look forward to your response, teacher Emma

    silver164

Very good and interesting lesson.

Mirquella

Thanks Emma this lesson was very helpful for me.
Nice Job

Danish

thanks alot dear teacher

laila

thanks a lot!

khukz

hi,how are you,i hope fine, i just wanna ask you something Could ya make a video about grretings i need to learn lots of them ’cause i’ve seen movies and the people talk and greet and i don’y understand some grretings..thz bye

duvan

Thanks a lot, Emma! I was wondering if the title ‘Gender-Neutral Language’ would be more appropriate for this episode.

Emrah

Thanks :)

mohamedsamir777

Your lesson is very helpful to learn such an important English words.
Thank you so much.

Ahmed Mohamed

i`m don`t speak english but understand a little.it`s funny to see as people try to depersonalize itself,transform the personality in sexless “it”.
thanks for lesson.

vasya

Teachers are not always as good as Emma.

Hoppel

So grateful Emma.

Yulien

Thank you ma’am Miss.Emma. Good knowledge of English.

Andrewgajendra

Hello! It’s my first lesson that Iam going to start so I am really sure that it will be very useful.
Thank you!

Wasim

Dear Teacher! It is mentionable that I have many difficulities in English listening especially, in the accent of the native people.

Wasim

the lesson was very helpful

hamed

Thank you very much our teacher, your explanation method is wonderful ®®®®®®®

andres felipe gomez

very nice I learn a lot

Juls

A very instructive lesson! Thank you.
P.S. love the ending

flegui

    Me too :)

    reqah

Very Useful… thank you

Aya

I like the way you lecture,I hope I could learn a lot from you. Just keep it up :) I am now a big fun of engVid :)

Arlyn

excellent. I like this exercise and the teacher too.
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kai

Kai

Thanks teacher Emma This lesson is very interesting for me. Bye

FABIO

Thank you. Great lesson.

adurao

Hi,Could you please show me example how to answer question for apply job in polte way.

Nattaya

tankssssssssssssssssss a lot.

moen

Hi, I am searching this type of web site form long time. Finally, I got it. I am hungry about my good English. II would like to thank you for this help. Today is my first day on your web site. I like it and learn many new things.

Aman

I am an engineering student but still i dont know proper english to talk.. So Pls give me some good suggestions to learn english quickly. Pls

Na gu

hi emma , thank u . that’s was a good lesson.EMMA DO U HAVE A PENCHANT FOR AMATORY POEMS, DO U BELIEVE IN TRUE LOVE? TELL ME. CAN U TELL ME WHERE I CAN FIND LOVE ON THIS PLANET ? U GIVE ME UR EMAIL ID I CAN SEND U POEMS , STORIES RELATING TO LOVE. I AM HASTING I AM 19YR OLD BOY I ABHOR FLIRTING, I LOATHE RIBALD BOYS AND GIRLS. ALL RIGHT PLEASE REPLY . WILL U BE MY FRIEND EMMA?

hasting

Really I agree with as Hoppel said,
“Teachers are not always as good as Emma”
Thanks so much for my teacher Emma.

Ali Murad

thank you. it cool!

Trung béo

thank you teacher have a nice day.

viviana

At first I thought it would be a bored lessons….but not, indeed!

Very very useful lesson at all.

Thanks a lot

Helmer listening and talking

This is my first oportunity with you, thanks for the lessons. Meu nome é João dos Santos, sou brasileiro, descobri vocês no youtube, está sendo muito bom aprender inglês com você Professora Emma, muito obrigado.

joaodossantos

Ican’t watch the video

dareen1234

Hi Emma! You really know how to teach. i like it. Thanks :)

rabia87

Useful ! Thank you.

Anki

Wow Emma!!! I used to be careful in these kind of sentences while I speak Italian and now I have a new way to speak English!!! Thanks a lot Emma. You open my mind…

Ste!

Great quiz ………..

ghasanmail

hi emma i m manjunath from India,i m preparing for IELTS exam,i need your help,i m looking for your ILS videos more ,kindly please help us,thanks.

manjunathias85

engvid teacheres know well how to attract their students

haitham

Thank you Emma ! Good lesson

aisthe7

Hi Emma ! It is an interesting lesson :)Thank you very much, I will wait for your next lesson !! Have a nice day :))

bilel

Hi Emma . i love the way you teach . it’s exact,fuuny and interesting . thank you for your lesson

asadtaleb

Miss Emma you’re great teacher.

Muhammad Shoaib

Thank you for this lesson

maritzhina

as usual your lesson is one more time short but accurate; usefull and effective.

Ali

superb site, I’m very happy an never seen such a great site this is……

Kumar

Your lectures are good I likt it very much
But u do not have the kids english learning vedios I prefer kids vedios
mumtaz from pakistan near Nagaparbat

Mumtaz

Fantastic it was.
Bravooooooo!

fatiima8

You are a very good teacher.

Cuong ta

Good luck! It was great!

ViacheslavKr

good lesson to improve writing.

raj333

very good lesson

sam at

Great lessons are very useful,thanks a lot, and with all due respect for you, you’re very beautiful :-) God bless you always..

Oscar Martnz

Hi!I’am a student who is from Taiwan.
I want to say thank you!A lot!

Michael

PLEASE DON’T AVOID ME THIS TIME. I BEG U. HOW MANY TIMES U WANT ME TO POST MY COMMENT. I AM NOT AN IRASCIBLE MAN.ENOUGH IS ENOUGH EMMA. U TELL ME IF U DON’T WANNA ANSWER. I REPLIED TO RONNIE 2 TIME AND SHE REPLIED.

hasting

MY QUESTION IS : I HAVE READ ALL THE BOOKS OR I READ ALL HE BOOKS. WHICH ONE IS CORRECT? OR IF BOTH ARE CORRECT WHY?WHAT’S THE DIFFERNCE BETWEEN THE TWO. I AM PERPLEXED. PLEASE HELP ME. MADAM, UR MAJESTY.

hasting

Thanks for this lesson, I wasn’t aware of this kind of thing. I’ll be more attentive since now thanks to you :)
By the way, the small vidz at the end of the lesson is a great idea, congrat’s !

glmrenard

Ms Emma ,you are a wonderful,excellent teacher.thank you so much. Best regards.

Quang dinh

Thank you Emma

ilfabri1966

thanks Emma :)

dins23

Hi,
this site is so fruitful for me.i improved my english 90% in grammar section.teachers are very good.thanks

rajnikant

was a nice topic, I would like to learn more with you!!tnks

Alexandre Malta

Hi
I like this lesson because i could learn some good way to not refer always to a man when we really mean man and woman. so, that was interesting , and thanks a lot

ronny

Hi,
Thank you for this lesson.I’ve question.
In this topic you said “Man has always been driven by his desire for happiness” and than you changed the sentences “People have always been driven by their desire for happines”.So, I want to know why the first sentences you used “Has”? Isn’t “man” plural? And why you used “his” in first sentences? The word “man” is general,like people”.
I’m sorry for my long questions :)

terane

Yayyyy perfect score!!! Thank you for the lesson I always said fireman or policeman…to be honest I never thought about the gender issue…love this website!!! God bless you all

sanchm26

Hi Emma,
how can I check or notice whether my donation reached you and your organisation? It is already several weeks ago that I spend the money.
I like to do so but it has to be transparent.
Deep respect for your job.
Greetings from Germany.

hanno

Hello Emma,

I like your ways to teach us ,
Thank you very much.

Ana

I love everything you do…..

gargonra

HI EMMA ,
U ARE A VERY GOOD TEACHER. IF A PERSON IS NEITHER MALE NOR FEMALE THEN WHAT WE WOULD SAY HE, SHE..? PLEASE DO REPLY THANK U EMMA. GOD BLESS US ALL. HOPE U AND UR HUSBAND ARE LIVING HAPPILY. THANKS EMMA FOR TEACHING US. HOPE U WILL REPLY.

hasting

if a person is neither male nor female then what would u say… i am baffled

he , she or it? please tell me. u are a very good techer. thank u

hasting

HI EMMA , U ARE A REALLY GOOD TEACHER THANK U FOR TEACHING US . but i have a PROBLEM. INlast sentece u said
” NURSES SHOULD BE NICE TO THEIR PATIENTS”. BUT IS IT CORRECT” NURSES SHOULD BE NICE TO HIS /HER PATIENTS”. WHY? WHY NOT .PLEASE TELL ME . THANK U

hasting

Emma, I really thank you for this lesson. we have lots of language discrimination in Turkey. After watching this lesson, I have an idea preparing a gender-inclusive language lesson in Turkish.

nile

Hello Teacher Emma, thank you for this video. I liked it a lot.

Kosala

Thanks Teacher,
lesson is very helpful. Hope I am going to watch more videos about the grammar.
Regards,
J

Jitender Kumar

Great! :)

rocky300

yipee! got all correct…

ishan123

Hi Emma, thank you for your lesson. Maybe we could find a way to do the same lesson in others languages… When I speak French or Italian I often feel to be, as you said, in the 1950’s!!! There are some jobs that I even don’t know how to say when they are done by women!!! There is still a long way to go…

milly

    Hi Milly, yeah, what you say is so true . Here in Italy you can still hear people (both males and females) talking about their female boss using gender excluding terms as “il mio capo si chiama LAura”, o il mio dottore si chiama Chiara”. I think that’s unacceptable.
    Thanks Emma for this lesson. It’s a great lesson about avoiding sexism….

    Perlamar

nice and useful

water4010

Hi emma
I wanna show my thanks for your lesson. I am, however, a little confused the word “human being”. Does it have the same meaning with “humanity”.

Manhnguyen

Thank you Emma, it’s understood

John

really great lesson thanks.

rabbani

thank you for a good leson

ben nouradin

Thank you Emma i understood very will but i am biginner student i wont to learn the basis of English language

butterfly11

Nice

resasha7

its very helpful lesson

zabbas

im from saudi arabia :$
you are the best teacher in the world (Y) <3

Bassil

Thank you teacher EMMA.

saeng2499

thanks,

sallam167

thank you so much

sallam167

thank you very much it was quite use full to me can you tell more about writing tips

Sudarshan

good job emma

boussad

7\7 :)
Thank you Emma . I enjoy with your lesson .

reqah

perfect score! Thank you Emma.

ed

Thank you! I really excited I’ve got 100%!

Ademi

Hey, the course was really good. But I have a question. Can I say businessperson?
Thank you

Hamza Naser

Hi! Emma..I am form Thailand.My English is quite bad.I like this website very much. Have you ever been Thailand..Emma?

oldman

Excellent. Never before I had heard about this topic

rene1234

Fantastic lesson

robertoaleixo1980

Thank you very good job.

faruk31

Emma I didn’t understand the answer number four of the quiz?

nancymx24

I didn’t know many of these words. Thank you so much for the lesson.

Mirko

Thanks a lot Emma, I am realy appreciate your efforts to spread the correct english language a cross the world countries.

Medo

always fantastic!!!

marianna77

Hi Emma i am in Laos maybe you don’t know my country in Asian, your lesson is good and very useful for me to teach my students. By the way i am very confuse how to use Man instead of people or woman can i use woman replace people? could you explain more for me please? Because English is foreign language for me.
Thanks for helping me and once again could you give me your skype name i want to practice speaking online sometime for mine is (xaybannavong?)

phonexay

You got 7 correct out of 7
:)

tutu24

Hello Emma I like your teaching skills.Your teaching skills are brilliant. I have learned new words from your video lessons. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. I’m waiting for your new lessons!

Mohammet

Wow! I got 100!

janilzamendes

Emma, I want to ask you..I give you an example sentence..He blesses our lives.The meaning ‘he’ is The God.People think The God is man. How about this? Thank u.

Diyah

Hello Emma i like your lectures very much,i like the way you grab my attention you are so smart you know how to make everyone likes your lessons,i used to get bored in many lectures in the real life but your lessons are just PERFECT…THANKS

Ahmed

Learning from Emma is so enjoyable.

vidstudent

THANK YOU VERY MUCH IT WAS VERY USEFUL

NOR

thankyou.

Bhanu

Thanks for wonderful lesson mam
i scored 7out7 & all credit goes to YOU

yogesh

ineed someone help me

omar

thank you teacher emma yor vere good teacher

dawan

This a necesary class because we have to work for a world with any kind of discrimination, It´s very important remember that questions in all our actions and expressions, thanks Enma for remind me this important aspect.

huckfin

thank you, teacher emma.

fang qiang

Thanks for the video Em.
Which smiley do I get if I opted to keep singular instead of pluralization the sentence.
Say,Manager should know one’s employee.Or, A nurse should be polite to one’s patient.
Cheers
BillB

billb

it’s very useful education^^ thank you so much!!!

aerosmith

Thank you very much for your lesson.

Natalia

It’s Amazing. In our difficult life – it’s very important doing so

conakry

Hi, Emma. Thanks for the wonderful lesson. I wanna ask you about one interesting word – history – is it related with the phrase “his story”, can we regard it as a sexism? if yes, so how to avoid it?

forgetmenot

    “History” comes from the ancient Greek word istoria, which means “inquiry”. So, no, it’s not related to the English. However, in the 1960’s, feminist writers coined the term “herstory” to talk about history from women’s perspectives, which is a play on the “his” part.

    engVid Moderator

well done Emma

Rebwar

Many many thanks, it is extremely useful

abbas80

Thank you.

hunghuyen

thanx mam good lecture

sahusuneel

thank you teacher emma

i like your accent very much

i can not find a word for your grand work

pranav9061

Thank you so much, Humanity is both men and women, we don’t have to be sexists, always pluralize what you write or say :D

jimmysaenz90

thanks.

shamsurahman

Hi, Emma
I’m from Thailand . I want to know sth, the “everyone” it does include both men and women right? but sometimes, This word is regarded as singular so in the sentence, Everyone must brush their teeth , Does it is a correct grammatical form?

James

So,please reply me an answer ENGVID.COM

James

I can’t just let it out the gesture you made when you were saying it’s ok :|
looks very funny, people here never moves their bodies like that.
here’s Korea!

mukohaja

Hi Emma,
Have u got a few minutes to help me with a serious grammer query? I dont know where to use will or would. Will or would u be helpful?

Ihsan

thanks

karim27071980

wonderful lesson, very useful, very interesting, thanks so much for your efforts Emma

argenis

Just perfect. Thank you Emma!

Sally S

thanks

fawziah

Thanks Emma!! Just perfect!!

franalver

Emma don not you have any idea?How good really you are?

keya

Thanks engvid.com
This is a great lesson.
special thanks for Emma.

abbas786

Dear Emma, thanks a lot for your excellent explanation about inclusive Language… In Spanish occurs the same.

learner

thank you for your lesson .. it’s very useful

sherifmao

thank you Emma for your help

weyni

My dictionary showed me a male nurse :) I think we can use this expression instead nurses in plural. Could you refer to this?

Marek

thanks

kazusumi

Your topics are great and your teachers are absolutely amazing.

Mr sayed hamdi

Thank you very much for this video. It´s very useful for English improvement.Your lessons are helping me a lot.

Albino

Many thanks, Emma!!!

Tuan Nam

Thank you so much for your lesson,Emma.
May God bless you.

Naing

Thank you so much for your lesson,Emma.
God bless you.

naing99

Excelent! :)

ricardorios23

Hi Emma,

I would like to ask you about the “MAN-OVER-BOARD”- expression(encountered on the ships).
Do you think here further adjustment are advisable?
Or maybe,in this case, it’s better to be keep the original form ?

Thank you very much for all the English lesson!

Best Regards,
Traian

thant1979

7 correct out of 7 – Thomas from Poland thx

7thomas7

3 correct out of 7 I’m sorry

gkdoor

Thank you very much! so much! but i can’t understand when I’m beginning to speak in English i feel frustration, shy, bad feelings…of course I’m not a native speaker. but already I’m learning English one and half year. So how to avoid it? I need help….

Mirka

your the best Emma. thanks alot

zana

Your markers are out because you tend to keep them open as you explain the lesson. The best way to prevent your marker from drying out fast is to open and close it intermittently as needed.

Khaled

I got 7 of 7 full mark and stars.

feras11

thank you so much .

rafa totti

Thank you so
much you the best Emma…

anyarbuff

Thank you for the lesson Emma!
The lesson was really helpfull and informative.

maryan01

Thank you Emma! I enjoy your lessons, and I’m learning a lot whit them.
In adittion, I’m sure that students will be able to improve their English with your videos (Gender inclusive comment)
See you in the next video.

horacio

thanx a lot

olaa

What about soldiers or military? I suppose we intend all of them as males, don’t we? Thanks

quios

Thanks for this great lesson, Emma.

Enrique23

Hi emma you did a great job in this lesson but I have a doubt in this sentence: Someone has left their belonging here. Is this sentence correct? because I have someone which is singular, and then I have “their” which implies plural. Which posesive adjetive do I have to use in that sentence? Cuold it be its?

fedexk

Hi emma you did a great job in this lesson but I have a doubt in this sentence: Someone has left their belonging here. Is this sentence correct? because I have someone which is singular, and then I have “their” which implies plural. Which posesive adjetive do I have to use in that sentence? Cuold it be its? than you for your answer

fedexk

thanks,good lesson.and puff.

shanaz88

Only 1 wrong…..

alpido24

thank you Emma. in this domain I have a similar subject that I hope will not be embarrassing:
when I teach some words from English to Arabic like: zip, unique, zebra and cosmetics I feel embarrassed because these words have sexy denotations in Arabic (the organs of men and women ! ! !)male students begin to laugh _ female students feel shy and sometimes go out of the class! ! ! what should I do? !

mansour1

Absolutely…100 % with you. Thanks .

alpido24

Thanks Emma! Two questions about this video:
1.- It would be also possible saying:”A good manager should know its staff”?
2.- Could you write down the expression you used at the very moment you couldn’t use anymore your marker at the beginning of the lesson?
Thanks again!
José

joseingles2013

Why don’t we use s/he ….?

yjlegend

Thank you very much. but we still live here in the fifty’s or way before.

hercules300

Thanks Emma very good explanation again…

wiltoncleiton

Your lessons are vey useful. Thank you very much Emma.

huenhanp102

Thank you very much Emma.

yousfIQ

Thanks a lot! I was so confused with sentences like “A good manager knows their staff”…

EvilPlanet

Can I still used the 1950 ‘s ? Or is it out dated.

Yaash

Thank you teacher Emma. Very nice lesson. I got a perfect score again. :)

BackToSchool

Thanks!

jimmy9x

Thanks this lesson was so good you are really a good web site where we can practice our english

Costaman

Thanks 86%

Abdul Qayum

gracias Emma, we enjoy your lessons :)

josekoris

Hi Emma,
I enjoy this lesson and quiz too. I got 6/7 .
Thank you for all your help.

Bhuvneshwari Rawat

Thanks, Emma! Useful lesson!

Ip Man Lee

Thanks I got 100% and according to me

Teaching wise
You and Ms Rebecca = 1
Ms Ronnie, Ms Valen and Mr. Alex = 2
Others on engVid = 3

Beauty Wise

You

Abdul Qayum

can we write man use to do…?
or
people use to do …?
which is better for writting ?

saracheng

Dear Emma, you are a nice lady and I love your face dimple…

Hayder79

Nice lesson Emma. That reminds me, can you teach us how to avoid sexual harassment sentences when we talk to different gender?

water meter check please

Hello Emma,thank you for this valuable lesson.I got a 100.

chisengakunda@rocketmail.com

Thank you~ have a beautiful day~

Gloria Lee

I got 100 point without watching the viedo

Parveen1985

Thank you so much

naftii hure1

ya, helpful lesson!

Rasho

I got 6 – 7
thanks

ABBAS84

thanKs___

vidyazz

helllo teacher Emma …..can u plzz tell me the diiference between should and would

shark004

Thanks Emma.

mary.TA

Emma thanks a lot I find your videos very useful and interesting so thanks once again

Noony

thanks, Emma

mprettyeyes1

Thanks Emma

Joshisadanandan

Thanks a lot Emma

Mo

Great lesson,thank you!

Iamhere.

I love her classes! I got 100

brunnocezzar24

Hehe 100
Thanks Emma

roy123

Gold lesson

moezbesbes

Useful lesson teacher :)

neburnz

thanks good lesson

maacharshit

Thanks alot Ms. Emma ,
Really interesting topic
I have learned a new thing
Go ahead
Regards

Hassan hamoud

Really helpful

Nazar Nz

Emma your lecture is awesome and your necklace is very beautiful

rauf.nauman

7 of 7 this is afantastic lesson thank Emma

Eng daad

Thank u so much Emma:-)

Arjun Gurung

how can i improve my spellings .any tips, or any lessons that you have in here

Abdifatah201

Thank u so much Emma

Brkb

Emma, your lesson was very clear!
Thanks!

Josmer

thank you a lot Emma ,
You lesson was very helpful.

mounita

Hi Emma ! )This lesson is in razlele “1-Beginner” but it is not. Because: 1) Your speech is too fast (that would be able to understand its beginning); 2) an explanation difficult to understand because there examples that Tolna in words and not, unfortunately, illustrative drawings and so forth …. Although, as a woman you really like me Emma 10/10, but as a teacher 8/10. And I appreciate that lesson on 5/10.

Vladkabatkovich

thanks emma. it was a good lesson.

jhon22

Thanks Emma. You are a great teacher! :)

Wellington Porto Brito

Thank you!

Nao Tsuboya

good one Emma just that i did not get the last one for the Nurses.

kaduna85

Thank you Emma.

Kayk Carvalho

Thank you EMMA.GREAT INFORMATIONS

abed al iraqi

Thank you Emma.

Kevin Castillo

Good knowledge Emma.

HENDRIKRIWU

I got 7 correct out of 7.. :) Thanks Emma very much!

tientruongthanh94

I like this lesson

mgjurado

Hi Emma, today i am very happy beause of you.i have learned lot of things. thanks a lot

Rajesh saini

Thank you Emma

kady10

Thanks Emma, you are a great teacher!

Lkinter1

Many thanks for you Emma you are amazing.
but id like to tell you that i think there a some mistakes in the subtitles/cc.
Regards

Ahmad qouzah

thanke you alot i’ve got 100%

zozaya

Good lesson I got 7 to 7..

Sivakumar

thank you thank you thank you i got 100%

ibrahim bakry

Great lesson as well as Teacher Emma, i got 5 out of 7

Muhammad Abbas

Hello my teacher Emma,

Thank you
it’s a great lesson

AbdoK

Thanks Emma. This is a great lesson.
You talk about “police officers” on the video, so I’d like to ask you what’s the difference between “police officer” and “cop”? I think that the first option is a formal way of saying it, and that the second option is informal, but I’m not sure. And also, can we say “cop” for women or it is only for men?

Camila

Thank you Emma ref ally your best teacher. So today i get ed advantage of the lesson. thank you agian

mohamed1979

Hi Emma
Thanks alot

kayhan Rezaei

I got 100. Good job.

vkachan69

Thank you for your lesson.

Vivimi

I got 100% it was easy when you lisern to the video because it tells you the answer.

simon costa

Thanks you so much, I loved this lesson. You are the best.

Marta Lopez

Happy to learn how to please at the women in using the appropriate word.
Thanks Emma.

beernaard

yes yes yes ….. I got 7 out of 7. Finally I have found my best teacher. thank you Emma.

Vicky BD

Loooooooooool ,I got 10/10 it was useful lesson
Thanks Emma for your effective class .
Keep smile ………………………………

fasool

In conclusion, what we use the plural like they, their is the best expression rather better than singular to avoid sexism.
Right?

syryang

pleas “Emma” i need just to explain me the meanings of some Phresal verbs words like (bring about/drop out/throw away/give back ..) thak’s alot for all this recent vedios sorry for my english i’m sill emotional beginner

lyasstaha

thanks Emma

amal gamal

thanks emma ..i got 100 out of 100

Mohammed Bin Abdullah

i got 100 out of 100…. ^__^

Anawin

Thanks. I love the last part! <3

Melvin5

hello Emma
I was enjoyable with last lesson.
thank you!

alisam

It’s nice. Thanks Emma

Samn

Emma, thanks for lesson!!!!

Aline Matos

Emma, thanks for lesson!!!!

Syamsuddin

It was wery interesting.

rostislav.cz

so can we say Queendom instead of kingdom ?:p

Palestine84

Thanks, Emma. Good lesson. I got 100

nickandr

Hi Emma,Thank you for your precious lessons. I would like you give tips of writing during listeining at same time. I have missed to write number/s while listeining. Thanks again

Bule

I got 7/7!! Fantastic lesson!!!

robi75

Thank you! Emma, Now I can use Gender vocabulary successfully!

Alfred.Mike

Saying “Wonderful” is not enough!!!!!!

Micheldelapaz

Recently i came to know about this website. It is amaizing and lectures from Miss Emma are easy to understand and enjoyable.

Khurram Shahzad

Thank you Emma

kheireddine007

Thanks

Sultanmohammad

Thank you teacher.

Bijay kumar

Thank you Emma

Tyrion

Thank you Emma :)

Cindy Venisia

this lesson was great. Thank you, Emma.

Rezajohn

thanks!

shihai182

Thanks a lot Ms. Emma.

hasan77

You got 7 correct out of 7.
thanks

M kartal

thanks emma

U U Thet

Thank you very much!

dreamk7x

Thanks Emma.

Alex-1956

Lesoon is very Good i’m somali I’m live in Baidoa

Feysal

this quiz and lesson are good,think you Emma,is that possible more exercises to be added.

sidi moh

Thanks Emma

Hassan Hairee

tks Emma

edi wilson

Hi Emma, thanks for the video
for me at the first approach it looked strange and ridiculous, in my country a fireman is still a fireman and I don’t think it is a problem for anybody….

kotchka

Hello,

I need to ask. In a work context, when there is a situation in which the supervisor ask the staff to clean and tidy the work place or whatever and your male workmate ignore the supervisor’s demand assuming that it’s just women that should clean….what’s a polite way to answer to expressions like: “women clean much better than men”? or “you look very sexy with that broom”?

Thanks.

TZ ZT

Thanks a lot, Emma.

martinus rikiwi setiaji

10/10! Great! Finished today task. I will go on a business trip from tomorrow, but I will keep learning in the trip.

Jerry Gu

Thank you so much Emma for this lesson.
Go ahead.

owfiwa

Wow, amazing. Thank you very much Emma for this lesson. This lesson is so interesting for me. Before this time, I always confused about this problem. How to be not sexism when we talk/write a sentence with general person: male or female? That is so confused. But when I get your teaching here, I am able to understand and hope that I am not going to make this mistake again… Thank you Emma… God bless you.

Alen Emesce
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