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380 COMMENTS

Thank you Emma. Very useful lesson.

ilfabri1966

    Thank you Emma, this was an excellent presentation.

    Elizabeth

    your so nice… :)

    romel0005

      thanks a lot ma’am emma you are a great teacher

      jeanila comenguez

    Thank you Emma.

    xhilda

thanks for the lesson emma,it is very useful

claudia

thanks to you my english grows lile an plant

vilainpetitcrapaud

thanks, I understood so I´ll have to practice.

tona

Thanks Emma …. It was kinda Ez but interesting lesson to me.
your students strength has really grown !! :P

Salman

Hi Teacher Emma, I am an english student from Brazil, could you teach us about these subject ( Centimeter, Meter, Liter, Mile, Inch, Foot, Kilometer) is it different from Brazil? please I wll be glad kisses.

cosmo

I have grown up in my town, all my life. I know most of the people, that’s good. I guess. thank u Emma don’t grew your hair too much.

Efrain Dominguez

    What town are you from Efrain? I’m trying to decide between growing my hair long again or cutting it short. What do you guys think?

    Emma

      I’m from Uriangato,Mex. in my point of view u look better with short hair. thanks again 4 the free lesson Emma.

      Efrain Dominguez

      no no no no don’t do it please :) you look so pretty now ;)

      bakhtiyar ali

      My first lesson *-*
      Thank you very much Emma!

      mithril

      yah, He’s right,.. your so nice teacher emma.. I want to expand my English.. im on philippine. thank you! :)

      romel0005

      Hi Emma,
      Doesn’t matter too much, you are wonderful.
      Daniel

      Daniel

      n_n! long hair Emma!

      luis

      You looks so pretty with a long hair

      niam

Thank you for the lesson,

marky77

just kidding, a mistake was made by me. here’s the right one, Emma don’t grow your hair too much. cya.

Efrain Dominguez

Thanks for your lesson. By the way your dress is so nice;-)

sinan

    Thank you Sinan!

    Emma

Thanks For useful Lesson.

faisalaa2

Hi Emma
All the time when I logged in for quize, I got blank test question field. Only the tap “next” appears. Please advise me what should I do to stay away such this problem?

rilomo

    It’s a flaw in someversions of Internet Explorer, it lacks the player thing that plays the exercise bits – tru Google Chrome or Safari, they work here on my pc

    uv8x77n4

      Thanks for your advice.

      rilomo

    Please try again. The quiz was not working in Internet Explorer 9 for a little while, but it should now be fixed!

    engVid

Thanks a lot, Emma!
It’s possibly to use this pharasal verb in the Canadian English figuratively, isn’t it.
For instance, ‘A giant car plant grew up here during five last years.’ I mean: from a zero to the state when cars are fabricated in large amount in five yers.

urs68

    This is a possible way to use grow up, although it isn’t so common. In this case, grow up would mean to come into existence.

    Emma

      thanks for that emma

      john-paul

Hi
First of all thanks for this lesson. very good differentiate, it will never forget me.

Hassan

many thanks
could you explain the determiners and quantifiers in next times ?

saad87

your Lesson is fantastic like your sweet smile ..

meshal517

Hi Emma
It is very interesting lesson. everyone has to get this opportunity through this website.
This lesson will remain in my memory.

Hassan

    I’m glad you like our website Hassan. I hope you guys keep tuning in for new videos.

    Emma

Hi Emma thanks so much for your efforts to teaching us.
Please, if possible I need the transcript of your explanation to be published with each lesson as a pdf file it will be more enhancing for our English learning.

Ali Murad

Thank you Emma. it was Very useful lesson.

elmisterii

Thank you Emma for good lesson.

I have plan to come to toronto for study and make practice my English with native speakers.
Could you advice me what is the best method to study in school or find some tutor?

Thank you again.

ammo

I haven’t known about that so far.
Ta.

bonhob

Hi Emma. What’s up? Thanks so much for this useful lesson. Now, I know how to say that I grew up in beautiful Fortaleza.Thanks on more time and you are very cute as always. Kisses

felixesilva33

Thanks all of the teachers for so useful and free lessons.

Slavik

Hi dear teacher ! By the way , i am quiet sure that your audience has grown for the past few months :) Thank you for th

bilel

    Great example Bilel!

    Emma

9/10 thanks teacher

rabbani

    Well done!

    Emma

Thank you so much Emma!

jirajib

Thank you very much, very useful lesson

bhathiya01

O O S

Atef

tks Emma!

nana36sul

Nice lesson Ms. Emma :)

Vitriyanti Ve

Hi Emma,
Is it incorrect to say ‘Children grow so quickly’?

duleepa

    children grow up so quickly!

    fatiima

    Hi Duleepa,

    Thank you for your question. In general, Fatima is right. We say children grow up too quickly which means that they mature and become adults too soon.

    However, we may say children grow too quickly if we want to express that they’re physically growing too quickly, perhaps even outgrowing their clothing. They are not becoming adult-like or mature, rather they are physically becoming larger.

    Emma

      Dear Teacher, Emma,

      thank you so much for your lesson, plse read my comment concerning your expression (outgrowing from clothes, it is a real joke, In my country, that Kurdistan (North of Iraq) my people and even I, often say that the clothes have been small-sized for the children, instead of saying that the children have outgrown from their clothes,

      KAWA

Hi Emma.
Thanks for you class

nelly

very usefull lesson , but i have a doubt, when you give an example.

i grew up in New York . grew up with objet is not correct, i have dout with this sentence

hernan

    I’m glad you asked this question Heman.

    An object and a preposition are two different things. In the sentence “I grew up in New York”, grew up is followed by the preposition “in”. It is grammatically correct to follow grew up with a preposition. For example, we could also say “I grew up on a farm”. In this case, our preposition is “on”.

    If my sentence is “I grew up my plant”, the object is my plant. There is no preposition after grew up. This sentence is grammatically incorrect because we don’t use grow up with an object.

    Emma

      Hernan, I recommend to read something about Sentence Patterns, there may be an Object or an Adverbial after verbs, these two are different, object is the receiver of the effect of the verb, but an adverbial, in contrast to object, modifies the verb. take me notes if Emma said OK

      KAWA

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Socheat

Good lesson, thank you Emma

clalonu

thank you Emma!!!

Elena

Tanx Emma…..

fathom

If I had grown up in New York, I wouldn’t have taken this exam.

Thank you!

hapkido

    Neither would I for sure

    Neusa

    Good example!

    Emma

Thank you very much.I am from China.

Jack Zhu

Dear Emma,

Hi..thanks alot for your explanations! Its lovely!
I

Shing mang tun

thanks you! it’s useful. please give more lesson,

tung

Thank a lot. it was very useful.

Tamer

Thank you Emma, my English knowledge has grown bigger with your lesson. :)

sasha11

    I love seeing students use the grammar points from the lesson correctly! :)

    Emma

Nice lecture.We learned and enjoyed a lot.
Thanks Emma

Awais and hidayat

thank u Emma.

Abdul mateen

My vocabulary is growing with Envgvid lessons

alangoes

    :)

    Emma

Thank you.

kung7237

Thank you…Emma

Purple

You’re a great teacher, Emma! I love your lessons. Thank you!

pgg4

thank u very much about the lesson. u helped me grow my knowledge a lot

tran anh tien

    You guys have helped me to grow as a teacher! Thank you all!

    Emma

Outstanding teaching, Emma! It’s only your personality that can match it) You’re one of the best here for sure.
This particular lesson was really helpful. Now there’s much less confusion for me with grow/grow up.
As I remember one of the students suggested in the comments to one of your earlier videos doing a lesson explaining the differences between THAN and THEN. I think that’ll be great too. Hope you’ll do it sometime.
Always a pleasure being in your class.

ralex182

    You know my sister who is Canadian confuses “than” and “then” all the time. I think many native English speakers do. If there isn’t a video on this already, I’ll try to cover it! Thanks for the suggestion!

    Emma

Hí, Emma , thanks for her classes !!!
Please , I need your help about the preposition (THE )
explain me , please if I can use the for THE ARMY OR THE NAVY

Thanks for your attention , bye bye

Emma

    Hi Emma,

    Lovely name :). Our site has some videos on articles. Try watching the following:

    https://www.engvid.com/a-an-the-articles-in-english/

    We can say an army or the army and a navy or the navy. It depends on if you are talking about an army generally (use an) or a specific army (use the). I think you will find the link above will help you with your question.

    Emma

*****

fatiima8

There’s another meaning for GROW UP:

If you say “grow up” to someone, you are telling the person to stop behaving like a child!

jonath689

    Your right! It is pretty insulting to say this to an adult.

    Emma

hi every one i love this web really good for me ..i can in prope my english i want more english

mrsirajnjc

good lesson from good teacher
million thanks to you and keep going

hussain

that make my english language grow. ;)

ayw404

thank you Ema,the lesson is very good take care.

jose

thank you emma your lessons are very nice like you

nevzat3508

tks Emma

pdonato

Thank you so much!!

asd123321

Thankyou teacher EMMA…for this important lesson.

odir

!!!!

ongbak

oyea good lesson thanks emma

ongbak

Thanks a million, Emma.

christoper

good one, Emma. I have one question not related with this topic but in the following sentence:
have you got something for a headache? in this sentence as we see used have & 2nd form of verb …….this bring little confusion for me

alwayshappy

    This sentence is grammatically correct. In the US, you would more likely hear, “Do you have anything for a headache?”. In the UK, it is common to say “Have you got anything for a headache?”

    Here is a link to a longer explanation if you’re interested:

    http://grammar.quickanddirtytips.com/have-got-grammar.aspx

    Emma

      Hi, Emma, i love the way you teach , i access your class everyday, i wish to have a teacher like you at my english course.

      sutherland

Thanks Emma!

Sidney

I can’t thank you enough Emma…

it so marvellous leeson .

Salem

THANKS EMMA
I LIKE YOUR TEACHING

TURKI

Hi Emma!
I can not grow my nails

hassanj

    Good example of grow. My nails grow so slow!

    Emma

      Thanks

      hassanj

      This is somethihg from philosophy!

      koly

thanks my teacher

awad12322

Hey Emma, this is very interesting. I found it difficult to make sentences like I grew a beard. It’s difficult because usually the subject is the “doer”, but in this case the beard grew by itself on my face!! Thank you.

jafcru12

i would like to thank you alot for this useful lesson and i have a small question
when i use grow up with animals or plant…..is it correct??
for example :
my cat has grown up

memo135

In “My passion for teaching ______________ everyday.”

Why the correct is “grows up”? The subject is “passion”, isn’t? It’s not a person, a child –> adult, right?

Gina

    The correct answer is grows, Gina. I’ve checked the quiz, and that is the one that is marked correct there also.

    engVid

Thank u very Much Teacher ……. :) :)

DaZun

great :)
little bit useful for me :]

klizza

Emma hi,

A very useful lesson thank you, but I have a question about a quiz question though.

My son is getting very tall. He ______________ five inches this year.

Well, if I’m not mistaken (according to the lessons about the past perfect tense on engvid), since the action happens in the present (this year) and started in the past, we suppose to use the present perfect tense in that case. So the sentence should look something like: My son is getting very tall. He has grown five inches this year.

Please advise which one is correct. :)

Thx.

AB

Nardoswiss

I like drink beer and I can see that my stomach has grown a lot.

lluispinyol

Very good lesson Ema.

Marcio

thank you Emma,
god bless you :)

maram20

Thank Emma, was a very good time for learn.

nestorrosario

thank you

Gina

Awesome

mothasin

Hi emma , would you make us a lesson about might and may ??

thank you

fekri

Nice lesson! Thank you!!

sokou

I’ve got 7. Oh my English so for me.

yasawattago

Thank you

awatef

Thanks for the lesson.

HoracioH

thank you . interesting class

manju

Hi Emma, this lesson very wonderful work for all people in this world, this work is evidence tug owner of the heart in favor of the cream, sister
My sister precious recommend you this Alaof to continue to be a cause for Atminank in good condition, and the best that your clothing is best for
I was a guard at this

pshtywan

thank you ….

mahmoud

Very useful lesson. Thanks Emma.

Nadia

Is this right English?? if i tell to somebody..

“Please go inside the cabin”

Please reply i m waiting..

Praveen

It was a very nice lesson

amin haidary

Great lesson .Thanks Emma ..

reqah

Thanks for the lesson.

Faiz

Many thanks dear teacher. I am great to study online with you. And please send me any exercise that you have.

UK UN

thank u v much

jhing

Thank you Emma for good lesson

debaghi

Nice lecture.
Thanks Emma

debby777

i got 10 correct out of 10.
:D

elrafei

Hi Emma Thank you of your extremely nice teaching

sher M Akbar

Tnx Emma Ur Very Intallgent Techer

nazira2

Thank you EMMA. I am very much interested in ur teaching style and eager to see the next course.

menge

I got 1o out of 1o thank you Emma

dinas

thanks Emma for this nice lesson and i hope you grow your hair again.

adam

Hi Teacher Emma, I am an english student from algeria
you remember me
i took this lesson with my teacher chahrazad 5 years ago
she was great
thank you emma about lesson and memory.
thank you very much

debaghi

Hi Teacher Emma
I can not grow my mustache
or I can say my mustache grow slowly
Thank you of your extremely nice teaching

debaghi

Hi Emma
Its are very interesting lessons. everyone has to get this opportunity through this website.
This lessons will remain in my memory.
This is a humanitarian gesture to help others to learn a foreign language
thank you very much emma and engvid

debaghi

It’s really good video! Thanks Emma

vinisantos

Good night teacher. I took this sentence from a story: “My little Elephant grew up very happily”. Is it correct for animals as It is for people?. You’re really pretty beautiful, thanks very much.

josepapamora1

Hi Emma. I want to thank for all your lessons.They’ve helped a lot. I’m curious, but why did you cut your hair?

MYSEERVIP

Hi Emma, thanks for your wonderful lesson. Menge From Ethiopia.

menge

Hi Emma, “grow up’ only used in the children became a adult, means its process, right !!
I never understand that difference, thanks a lot.

zoe

hi emma i have understood this lesson and i got 10 of 10 degree in the test ..tanks very much

khaled

Hi Emma good lesson but i still got 50% :(

Bill

Thnx)

hnar90

u r lecture are very knowledgeable u r realy A great teacher i want to learn English from u as a student of English if u like then plz reply me madam ok God bless u

kamran hayat

where to use can and could can u help me

kamran hayat

thank you

Antonia Caraballo

thank you Emma

sony999

Hi Emma you look amazing in any way you use you hair

derwin

Hi Emma hr r u ? i got much from this lesson . thanks a lot . i’m from pakistan . i’m undergraduate student of industrial engineering . from which country do u belong ?

KIRAMAT SHAH

Thank you. its very useful for my English lesson

Abay

thank you very much for the lesson

mo ali

Hi Emma Iam very weak in geramer thanks for help yuo

hossien

THANX

mnsfah

thank you so much!

torohi

HI EMMA.THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR LESSONS.IT’S VERY IMPORTANT FOR ME BECAUSE I’M FROM ALGERIA SO MY LANGUAGE IS ARABIC BUT I ALWAYS TRY TO LEARN ENGLISH IN GOOD WAY AND WITH TEACHERS LIKE YOU.THANKS AGAIN

MANEL

thanks again for your lessons

juan

i m very thankful to u because i m learning those things what i have never learnt from other places i m proud of u all and now i follow same thing in my language centre

sir jee

thanks

Navanee

thank you very much, you are my pest teacher in the sit,,

hamzhnimr

Hello
Is it my hair have grown long or my hair has grown long ?

Shivani

hi
miss emma,how r u . and thanx 4 u r lesson

sidharth

You’re very helpful Emma thank you very much

Ali

hi Emma,
my first time seeing you.i really love your english teaching.your explain and deliver explanations really excellent!

shaufi

Usefull, thank you :)

pumpum

thank fere match Emma you are the paste

khadra

Great lesson , thanks Emma!

Jonnatas

Thank you Emma

turkel

If I grown up in USA , certainly my English will be very clear .. Hugs from Brazil…

iptmontez

Thank you so much!

larry

I grow up in Palestine .
thanks so much Emma you are good teacher

asala

the Emma it’s really helpful lesson now i can see the different between both of grow up and grow

hussein syd

HI Emme, I have always doubt these two words. but
you says that a sentence the line up has grown. I think that more people is coming this line.so can i siger the line -up grows up. please explain me.

yoga

i really learned a lot form this video

denz145

my hair has grown longer or long. which is correct. please explain.

kee1

my quiz 100 :)

Tarlan

Thanks dear teacher

from azerbaijan

This is very useful lesson. Thank you Emma.

Natalia

thanx aloooooooooooooot

fofa

10 correct out of 10
Thank you Emma
Every time I visit this site my English grows more and more

omarhesham

i am very greatful for you teacher’s

rami

hi emma, keep your hair short, you look cuter in that style :)

valen2012

thank you so much teacher Emma^^ your voice is such a beautiful voice!~

aerosmith

Well done and thank you.
I got 9 out of 10

rommanomar

thanks Emma and hope to show more videos about all learned courses . and hope to talk your email

Haytham

thanks a lot.

gourav

thank u alot of

tofytofy19

hi Emma
first at all, i really apreciate your lessons
and i’d like to know if this sentence is right or wrong, here it goes ” the populatation is growing up fast”
thanks
regards

julio

teacher: u have overgrown my expection from the lessons.

Ignacio

julio: i think it’s “growing” because the populations isn’t people, the meaning of that word is a thing, so we don’t use “grow up”.

Luan

thanx mam please tell me why use grew i can not under stand and i got 9/10
My son is getting very tall. He _______________ five inches this year

sahusuneel

I got 100

Eliza

Thank you very much Emma, I’ve got no doubts now :D

jimmysaenz90

    hello, eu sunt George, poti sa-mi dai idei pentru imbunatatirea englezei?

    georgik007

Thanks Emma you are very good teacher

medo71

Hi Emma! Thanks for your lesson! I have a question
around the sentence below extracted from “Hotel California – Eagles”
“…My head grew heavy and my sight grew dim…”. For the grow verb theres no object, however it has adjective “heavy” for the “head”. It means that head became heavy and… . What do you have to talk about? It’s just idiomatic expression or grammatical?
thanks

danielmp

thanx mam

sahusuneel

Hi Emma!
Ur teaching method is awesomer.Ur words directly enter into the brain and heart.God bless U!

Ihsan

Hi Emma, when I was watching this vedio, a question came to my mind. Here is the query, can I say “My cat grew up in my father’s house.” ?

noor

Tnks a ton mam……….u r just doing a fantabulous work……i eagerly watch up your videos ….keep up the good work.

rockig khurana

No one can deny you are very good

karim27071980

Hello,
Thanks Emma for youre efforts.
I ask you kindly to make a video on “into” and “onto” prepositions!
they make me confused when I write.
Thanks in advance :)

Rozana

I LOVE YOU EMMA SO MUCH !
I LOVE YOU EMMA SO DEARLY !
I GROW LOVING MISS EMMA , OMG!!
:D

Rozanna

Hi Emma

Are brought up and raised similar to grew up ??

vishnu6887

wonderful lesson, thanks a million

argenis

This’s fantastic video teaching!
Thanks Emma!

Easop

Thank you very much my professor for this wonderful lesson. You know Emma my english speaking and writing skills was grew grace to the interesting course.

Anes

10/10!!! Thank you Emma!! A perfect lesson!!!
Regards!!

franalver

Very enlightening lesson.Thanks Emma.

jlcolmaster

Hi! Emma,
Can we see hall of our exercise results in a file ?
Thak you for your repy ba my mail:
kodjo.siama@gmail.com

Agbotsoka

90/100, just a stupid mistake in question 7.

Thank you Emma.

Enrique23

thanks Emma

fuadhijjawi

thanks Emma

mahimajoiya1983

10 correct out of 10 – Thomas from Poland thx

7thomas7

you are great teacher thank you Emma

sara

I love your lessons! You’re the best!

Tania

Hello,Emma I’m frome Iran.I found this website newly.Now I’m student at 3level.Sorry my writing is not good.You are very good teacher and of cours beautiful.Your lessons are useful for me.thanks

Bijan

Thank you, Emma. I am a portuguese speaker and your videos have helped me a lot. I’m trying to “grow” my english abillities and I believe that with your classes I’ll achieve my goal. I would ask you one thing: in the last sentence the use of the word “that” is correct? I have doubt about this. Thank you one more time.

Ramos

Спасибо Эмма, идея ясна! меня расстраивает то, что я понимая текстовый вариант, но на слух узнаю отдельные слова.

Thank you Emma, ​​the concept is clear! I’m being upset that I understand the text version but in hearing recognize seldom words.

koly

Hello,
It was a nice English class!

rolmos2

hi Mrs Emma i am yogi from indonesia thank you for this video :)

Yogi-na-tha

this will help me a lot.

tnx.

Yow

Thank you, Emma

manhdat270192

thaaaaaaaaaaaanx iam anew student in ur class

husham

Thanks a lot teacher Emma.

prettyaurora

oh..I have got 9 correct that mean I understand this lesson.Iam anew student in your class thank you my teacher Emma

haithamholi

I got full mark.thanks great EMMA.

talaat1972

thanx Emma

olaa

Thank you very much Emma, my english understanding, listening, writing and speaking is growing with your lessons. I love you!

spous67

I’m sure your audience will still grow Emma ! Very useful lesson.

caro6589

which of these is correct?

“I grew up on a farm”. or

“I grew up in a farm”.

matthewn

Thank you Emma!

artak80

you said “when my son grows up ” i guess it is wrong use of english grammar, i guess it should be “when my son grow up” let me know if you think different.

satishgiri

    ‘my son’ could be replaced by ‘he’ then
    between ‘when he grow up’ and ‘when he grows up’ which one do you think is correct?

    tan90v

      May be i am wrong but i think ‘when he grow up is correct’ if we take it as Interrogative sentence

      satishgiri

        Okay I think I know what you mean.
        To make a sentence as you said ( interrogative sentence) , I guess it goes like ‘ When does he grow up? ‘ Is that what you meant? but that sentence doesn’t make sense.. Please read it again. When..? ‘Where’ would be okay but when..?

        tan90v

Thank you Emma XD

tan90v

thank you Emma . my English langauge grows .

salma1988

You’re so pretty, especially when you add more details with an easier way.
Thank you in advence

aouina

thank you , I hope that my English will grow with your lessons

georgik007

Thanks Emma.

wiltoncleiton

Thanks Emma we need a video on (for,to) what are the differences between them

Thanks a lot
I grew up in Iraq with my family they are wonderful

mustafa28

Emma you are wonderful , thank you so much

zahid76

emma you are the best keep going

simo147

Thank you Emma

Ahmed

it was very helpful, Thanks

faribanr

Thankyou very much. I made a lot of mistakes with this verb before your class. :-)

caglezh

As always too.. I´m a little bit late in order to make compliments but I´ve heard that it´s never too late ! Dear miss Emma you look it´s like spring flowers, almost perfect and I have to confess that your classes Miss Emma have being brought me some king of concentration troubles because of you beauty.., Have a very good day and please excuse me in adavance if you take these words misappropiate. Take care, from Argentina.
Javier.

jcresifulli

Thanks Emma! I got 100.

jimmy9x

Thanks Emma, I got 100%, you teach very well,I will continuous learn English as well.

Jony Alexander Valeriano

Hello.emma
I have some question unanswered in mind
1) What does language mean to you?
2) How can student articulate their thinking in writing?
3) What is the difference between language and speech?
4) What is PLS or pictological system?
5) I have heard that we have some formula to creat iiregular verbs in English I want know how a verb changes to be an irregular one.
6) what is the defference between the activator and the synonym of a word?
thanks in advance

123456mehdi

that is so useful leasing

hamednawabi

thank you :)

mynmyn

Thanks,Emma. You’re amazing.

dieguito1975

10/10 Thanks :)

Farid13

Thnaks I got 70%.

Abdul Qayum

Even I am not grew up in US, but I will grow my English skill after I finished all Emma’s lesson.
Hi Emma
Speaking of long hair or short hair; If you me ask me,the long hair will be the best for you.

water meter check please

Very good explanation Emma. I grew up in Curitiba Brazil. Thanks for all.

julio31

I got 100.thanks emma.

mary.TA

Hello,Emma! Thank you for your lesson. I have a question, actually not referring to the topic. In your last test it is written: “If you had [grown up] in New York, your English would probably be better.”. I thought that the correct form is: “If you had [grown up] in New York, your English would HAVE probably BEEN better.” Please, explain to me where I am wrong. Thanks a lot.

Cam

Hi,Emma. I Got 90%. Thanks for this useful lesson. What is your Full name Please..?

Joshisadanandan

Thanks Emma, our knowledge is growing

marceop

Thanks Emma, our knowledge is growing

marceop

Thank you Emma. You’re my favourite teacher.

ninejo

emma teacher pls help me in learning english

king raj

I loved this class. Thank you.

Teacher Augusto

emmaaaaa u r very good teacher

amoroo

really I appreciate , may God bless Emma .you make me happy with your good methodology of teaching the world.

safari faustin

Thanks..Emma. I got 90%.

Joshisadanandan

Thank you Emma. This lesson is very helpful.

farah2014

Getting there emma got 100% this time thanks

Mundow

Thank you, Emma, you are a wonderful teacher. Everyday I learn a lot.

weegarzon

You are excellent teacher. Thanks a lot ;)

conquerfatih

Thank you emma

Herbodsm

Thank you, Emma for this lesson ,you are great teacher.I like your accent. “:)

adryan23

Hi, Ma’am Emma I have a sentence and I would to if it’s correct,
Arrived Roma and Bautista to make follow up clean the confort room.

Thank you so much, I will wait your reply.

RRP07

Thank
you Teacher!

Zaw Win Htut

Thank you Emma

Brkb

Perfect Emma!
Thanks!!

Josmer

thank you

Sadeq 91

Thank you.

Nadir

Thank you again!

sensesfail

9) I will teach you to _________ your own tomatoes.

grow
grow up
Hi Emma!Excuse me, Emma, but I do not understand why the right answer “grow” instead “grow up” ??? Thans!

Vladkabatkovich

    i think, simple object is plant(tomatoes).

    hjdzo102

Thank you Emma.

Kayk Carvalho

Thank you!

Nao Tsuboya

Emma… Thank you. I love your vídeos.

hugueen

thank you very much !!!!

noysse

Excellent topic, It was very useful, thank you for your support.

Sancheaz

thank you very much Emma.

irmostafa

thank you so much ms Emma .. i really enjoyed learning English with you ..
it was very useful .. my English is getting better

zorgh madi

Emma, thank you for the lesson very much. But what about animals? They are grow or grow up?

Darra

Thanks Emma!

tientruongthanh94

Thanks Honey. 100 like always.

Mohsen Barati

Thanks Emma seriously it hepls me a lot.
God bless you guys and u also emma

JoelJ

Thank you very much, Emma. What a great teacher you are. I hope your audience will be grow in next time.

cherry0103

thank you very much emma if you still learn me english, my mental abilities will grow

mereng

Iam really grateful.
I wish if i could one of ur students.

hamlyforever

Thank you Emma. I understand the differences now.

RedLO

Thank you Emma

Ali-88

I grew up in Tunisia.
It was very useful lesson.
Thank you.

challenge41

My score: 80/100 :) Thanks Emma.

hjdzo102

Thank you so much

Vivimi

Thanks Emma
90% #7

YMFA

Tanks, Emma.

dfelicio

Thank you so much, Emma.
i don’t really understand with this lesson. i got 8 correct in this quiz. there are two questions which are wrong answer, they are number 7 and 8. can you tell me why we use “Grow” in those sentences?

Amalia Imra

    you should use Grow in all cases (for people sometimes) but for Grow up it’s always be with a people / in Qst 7 & 8 it’s talking about son & audience so u should use Grew (past) and grown :)

    lyasstaha

Thank you Emma.

safsaf77

thanks a lot i got nine out of ten
it was an excellent presentation

MO Alshibli

my english language is growing day by day so that cause i got 10 out of 10.

Muhammad Abbas

Due to Emma I learnet a lot about the difference between “Grow” and “Grow up”, thank you,again, Emma.

Pedro

Due to Emma, I could distinguish between “grow” & “grow up” thank you again Emma.

Pedro

Thanks you so much.

Marta Lopez

I am from India, Really enjoying learning English for first time , very impressed by your expression while U teach , THANK U MAM !!!
I have one doubt for animals should we use grow or grow up!!!

Arpit Agrawal

I wonder about that the usage of “grow up” is just one thing which is to be adult?
Exception this case, All of things are proper “grow”?

syryang

Thanks, beautiful teacher!

El papi

your new look it’s so pretty with a short hair nice Emma :)

perkyboy

thank you very much .useful lesson.

bematseten

Great Emma it was simple but very necesario

Thanks so much Emma it was easy see you!

garciaa3

THIS CLASSES HELP ME A LOT, I SPEND A LONG TIME ON THE COMPUTER STUDING AND LEARNING, THANKS, YOU MAKE THIS VERY EASY.

emyb2010

I grew up in Souel Korea,but my father was grown up in North Korea. Someday, I will go to North Korea and find out the place where he grown up. :D
Thanks Emma,always.

Tammyjang1

This time my scores are not good as I expected 6 out of 10

dev0786

Thank you. 10/10. Logic helped to me. I think.

Slava Odnos

Please dear teacher Emma, what is the diffrence between grow up and raise?

Mohammeddali

Hi mam I’m new for this really very useful for this test

Venkat lee

thank you so much teacher.

ha1988

Thank you Emma.

51john23

Great! Thank you Emma

Nomiko

Thanks, Emma. Good lesson. I got 100

nickandr

I grew up in Brazil. Therefore, my english is bad yet.
Thank you so much Emma!

Eder Paula

i grew up in Libya most of my life , my English is getting better each day with you Emma , thanx a lot

aliedge

Hello my pieasure teacher and every one there. Emma, thanks for your clarification and your presentation.I was very confused as using these two Before waatching this lesson but now I know the different between them two confusing Words.

Mehdi 2022

I got 9/10! Thanks! Lesson very useful!!

robi75

I love this lesson. At first I don’t know how to use grow up and grow and now I understand grow up and grow. Thanks for your video!

Naw Ei Mya Thandar

Emma is one of my favorite teachers.

jackson805

have a nice day teatcher

abdulsalam alnusairy

Thanks! Your lesson real benefit!

CongPhu

Thank you Emma

kheireddine007

Thank you, Emma!

Dekon

Thanks,Emma!

Ahmad@

Thank you Emma :)

Cindy Venisia

Thanks. I got 9 out of 10.

Rezajohn

Thank you Emma

Hamadnassare

thanks!

shihai182

You got 10 correct out of 10.
:D

saad7777

Hi Emma, the lyrics from Maroon 5’s latest song “What Lovers Do” below, I was just wondering if this is correct grammar?

Aren’t we too grown for games?
Aren’t we too grown to play around?

tmudza

    Grown can be used as an adjective—for example, “You’re not a teenager any more, you’re a grown man.” But grown on its own to mean “mature” or “grown up”, like in the song, is from AAVE (African-American Vernacular English). Another recent example: college sitcom Grown-ish.

    engVid Moderator

Hello!! Why example 2 is grew up and example 1 is just grew. Both have object, not ?

koralys m

You got 10 correct out of 10.

thanks

M kartal

Thank you Emma, this was an excellent presentation.

Khalil alzobiry

I love you guys… EngVid is the best !

fabian.alvaro

very well lesson,thanks emma and engvid

Angrie

Thank you so much Emma

Uma maiza

Thank you Emma. Wish you have a lot of healthy

aoabcabc

Thanks your lectures

Jong Won Suk

Thanks Emma, It was very useful.

Mary

Ive got 100…thanks for yr short lesson, its really useful to improve my english… But the way you will look beautiful with short hair… Lol… Its just my opinion… Gd luck emma..

Imamrahu2306

I did not do very well in this lesson!!!

edi wilson

Hi Emma,

I got confuse when I chose grew up & the answer became grew for bellow question although the question relates son growing up

Please Emma explain this point

Ahmed Sharef

9/10. Confused about the height of a boy.

amirulnazri.ismail

Great lesson mam!my english level is grows daily.

Prasunan

Thank you a lot, Ema.

martinus rikiwi setiaji

10/10! I grow up in a small town in China. My hometown has one thousand years of history. Good memory reminded me which the scene, smell, taste of my hometown has.

Jerry Gu

8/10 thank you teacher

zahra369

Thank you Ms Emma. I grew up in Vietnam and now I try to grow my English language because I want to communicate with peope who live all over the world.

Sen Huynh

really,
your lessons make my english grows .
thank you

Mohammad hdm

Thank you Emma
It was very easy to understand.

Kazuto S
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