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Hi teacher,

I have a problem with this sentence on the quiz:
” I ____ a horse schwarma for dinner last night.

I put had because the sense of the sentence is at past, but my answer is incorrect.

I can’t understand the right way.

=(

Thank you for the lesson

gustavooliveira

    You’re right. The correct answer is ‘had’. I checked the quiz, and this is marked as the correct answer, so I’m not sure why it didn’t work for you. Is anyone else having this problem?

    engVid

      The answer is “had” and I dind’t have any problem with that. By the way, I had got 100 points. Thank you so much Benjamin. I like your videos :D

      keythi6

        I think It’s incorrect to write “I had got 100 points.” You had to write “I got 100 points” or “I have got 100 points just now”.

        natab0nd

        I have got 90 points

        zarafatima

    I had the same problem, but when I retake the quiz it was marked as correct. What’s going on here?

    Regards

    Regino

      Making mistakes as usual: “…but when I retook the quiz…”

      Correct me if I’m wrong Benjamin. The use of “Have got to” is one of several distinctive features of British English.

      Thanks Benjamin for clarifying my doubts in this respect.

      All the best

      Regino

    your answer is right,because I got the same problem with anther sentense

    koko josef

    now it’s ok

    Mikica

    I had the same problem.

    carllosMiranda

Thanks for the lesson. For it’s ok !

bpmendes2

thanks alot ..

rehab farid

Thanks …

Saw Kyaw Zin Myat

80 out of 100 is good.

Madhupantha

We really happy that we have got a great teachers like you. God bless you really benefited from your lessons thank you.

ibrahim1435

Thanks 5/10

adalberto75

I got 7 correct out of 10. I was confused a little. BTW I prefer US form. Because I think it looks and sounds simple and easy, but UK form sounds smarter. Thank you for your great lesson, Benjamin :)

Happy04

    Whichever you prefer.

    abhishek1995

Great lesson. The quiz wasn’t easy like my thought, I have got 8/10.

ゞ(≧▽≦*)o

Thank you! Very good explanation.

Sally S

Thank you > very good lesson and useful

MuhamedEllithy

Thanks man 10/10

Tsetsegbal

thanks

Olivier777

I’m sorry,,i got 7 out of 10… :(
but thank you for sharing me ur lesson..

adhellene

10 correct out of 10.

Rasho

Thank you. it`s a good lesson. I got 10 :)

Peter Jeon

thanks alot Sir Benjamin,,,, I have an advise for you , plz try to make clear your voice or you can say loud and clear.

innocent khan

    Hi swati ! Sir Benjamin’s accent is great and understandable,He has british accent but we (the non native speakers) cannot get him easily because we rarely listen to english people.if we listen to them the most, we will understand them the most.never mind.gud luck :)

    Shakir444

I have got 10 correct out of 10.
Thanks

khodadad rizaei

thank you very much, its very good for learners,

plz give me idea about how to speak English fluently and correctly

ningammakurakalli

    Watch BBC and converse with people in English. Keep an eye on this website for new lessons and watch English movies. Focus on your grammar and spellings and when you have got your grasp on these, start working on your accent if you like :)

    oh yes, if you are weak in English right now and people laugh at you when you speak, just ignore. The same people would stop laughing when you outdo them in a matter of months. There is no shame in learning!

    abhishek1995

Great ! thank you so much . I had 9 correct .

azi1212

    Great jane.

    izhar uddin

Tanks for learn

soheil masumi

hello Sir Benjamin, I have got 100 :) thank you so much for such a great lesson.By the way I really like the way you speak.Best wishes

Shakir444

Adam made a video too about “have” and “have got” wich I enjoyed very much but it’s still useful to have another one about these two important constructions mainly with your wonderful english accent teacher Benjamin. All the best!

edig

thanks for the lesson. i had 8/10 in the quiz.

Narax

thanks very much

Amar Amor

Thanks a lot!

papyan

I find it hard to understand it’s a bit confusing although I got 8 out of 10

kling

I have the same problem like gustavoolviera but I think the lesson is fantastic I learn much today, thanks a lot

Jodie.Diez

very nice

aclesio

thank you!

crislenebrasil

    you are welcome.

    izhar uddin

    you are welcome.

    izhar uddin

    Hi, Crislene, I’m from Brazil, too.

    Edinho

Actually, I enjoyed much with what Teacher Benjamin has given through the Video and his accent was a perfect …He tried to spotlight on things that were very important …Finally , I’d like to thank you Teacher Benjamin about everything you have given in this Video .
I have got 10 correct out of 10 :D
best wishes

eshafah

thanks!

glimrick

thank you so much : )

teina

100% correct :-)

You guys doing great job. But you have got to improve the quality of the website. It drives me mad. It keeps jumping to the top page when I scroll down. And I can not answer to the other students’ comments!!! Please improve it as soon as possible.
Thank you very much

koubalondon

it looks very intersting lesson

usf78

100 :) Thanks for the video Benjamin. Your explanation was quite understandable. This subject is not very hard anyway :)

GokhanEreli

thank’s for everything.all things are useful

farshadfavakeh

I’ve a problem with the sentence.pls help me,the sentence is
The gardener had seen leopard or
The gardener has seen leopard
Which one is correct

rajpal90

    rajpal90,
    I think both sentences are correct, it depends on the situation:
    The gardener had seen leopard so he was running away very fast.
    The gardener has seen leopard so he is running away very fast.

    emo53

    The first sentence is in the past tense. But you should write, “The gardener had seen a leopard”.It could be a week ago or a year ago or even 5 years ago.(Don’t forget the ‘a’, if its only 1 leopard that he saw).

    The second sentence suggests a more recent incident. Maybe 5 minutes ago. Maybe even 10 seconds ago. That is almost as good as present tense. But don’t forget the ‘a’.
    Hope it helps. cheers (y)

    abhishek1995

Thank you so much for this lesson. Very helpful!

UkrainianG

    im ready to teach you

    aminmatchel

    please read my pofile and contact me
    see you soon

    Luke

Hi Benjamin,
I have got a little problem with your pronunciation of indefinite article ‘a’. I hear ‘ei’. Am I right?

emo53

      Very useful. Thank you :)
      regards,
      Abhishek

      abhishek1995

      David,
      I like you explanation a thanks for very useful link

      emo53

benjamin thank u for lesson :)

nurcanyylc

9 out of 10..

Ramesvela

8/10 I have got to study more English grammar, from now on.

Jorge Pedroso

Thank a lot

hana983

Hi
I have been trying to know how to say “Warwick”?
There is a hotel with the name, and when I tell my friends I stayed at the wa-rwick, they correct me saying its called the war-wick… ?
I need to know what is correct, and please give me a reason, why its said like it, and how does each word play in the twist, or the rules…

I would love to know this and I’m sure many would.

Kind regards

riteshnk

My first lesson hear, I´m very happy because the way you explain the topics are really clear so, thank you so much.

enrique PR

Thanks ..it was great !!

gariela9488

Very helpful quiz Mr.Banjamin , keep it up .

DrHussein

What’s the difference between I’ve got and I got?

Yourdadediduday

    “I’ve got” is mostly used by British people or broadly, UK.

    “I got” is mostly used by Americans and has been derived from “I’ve got”.

    So, you can say, “I’ve got to go” or “i gotta go”. Neither is considered wrong but “I’ve got” is more standard.

    abhishek1995

      Thank you abhishek1195 for answering my question. I was just a little bit confused with that two.

      Yourdadediduday

        No problem. All the best :)

        abhishek1995

Thanks got 50%.

Abdul Qayum

Thank you for this lesson :) i think i can learn more ^_^

Jhon mark togano

I really like your style in this lesson.
Thank you so much!

:)))

katerinapas1

Thank you so much!it was great)))

fateh abdou

I love Ur British accent <3
Thanks so much ;)

Sepid

thank you so much sir 10/10…

bernard1910

10/10
Ben, your explanations are very clear.

I´m Argentinian and I was taught that the word ‘a’ (a problem, a dog, etc) sounds like a or e, but you say ‘ei’. Could you tell me what the correct pronunciation is? thanks, Ben

Silvi@

    Hello Silvi,
    Greetings from Bratislava :)
    Actually, there is no issue. It is quite common to hear the indefinite article “a” pronounced as “ei” in dictation or slow live speech when the speaker is looking for words or is thinking. Also “the” is often pronounced as “dee” in such a case.
    Check out
    “Change of sound of ‘a’” at
    http://www.ingles-gratis123.com/pages-in-english-grammar/496-definite-and-indefinite-article-in-english
    Best regards,
    David

    Originally shared by David.

    abhishek1995

I don’t believe I have got 10/10 in this quizz :)

dougss

    Congrats. Believe in yourself :) There’s more to you than you know. Never doubt your abilities :)

    abhishek1995

      I agree tks :)

      dougss

Thank you sir. I got all the 10 correct :)

abhishek1995

thanks for usefull English. i got 100 mark.

dinhvantung

I got a 100 point. Thanks!

rasa753

Good lesson

bobloo789

i got 100

Deepak 23

thanks!!I got 8/10

joaodei09

i will lesson twice for bette rreselt thanks alot ma english is torble

Tazhan

good lesson, thank you

AndersonBanquet

They’re not different meanings between has and has got so the sentence’I have to call Valen’ should be correct too. Is it right?

krunu

    I think so

    Retno Dian

10/10 ! Tank you !

Petrouchka

    10/10 ! Thank you !

    Petrouchka

Thank you so much!

Martin-Bulgaria

Thanks a lot! it was worth going thru your session

Jai143

sir i have prob

rewa

what is the meaning of AT RANDOM

rewa

    Hello rewa,

    ‘At random’ is basically an ‘idiom’. It means, doing something without a specific governing design, method or rule.

    When i tell you to choose a number “At random” , i basically want you to choose any number that comes to your mind first. You should not have any reason for choosing it at all.

    Hope it helped.
    regards
    abhi

    Hope it helped

    abhishek1995

Thanks, great lesson

YuYa

thanks

ayedh ali

It’s such a nice explanation. Furthermore, I tried to test my skill and I got 100. Keep it up, Mr. Benjamin. It’s nice to be here

Retno Dian

I have got 9 out of 10. Thank you for lesson

Ivan Browdy

Thanks Abhishek for the link about the article “a” pronunciation.

Silvi@

    Hi Silvi,

    Thanks to David! He shared it originally, in reply to a person who had the same doubt as you did.

    regards
    abhi

    abhishek1995

i.m slightly confused . I use (have got to )only when I shouid do things or what ? I need an answer please

mony omnia

10/10

I gotta go.

jano73

well planned

tariq saeed

80/100 :) thank you

gizemhnoglu

i have 90

mahmoustapha

good lecture

Naveen gupta

Teacher Benjamin,
Why on question 3 (3. Which form indicates an urgent action?) ONLY item ‘c’ [c)I have got to call Valen.] is correct??
.
I thought the item ‘a’ [a) I have to call Valen.] would be also possible, for Americans, for example..
.
^_^
I have gotten to call Valen.

Titudzi

    read my profile and contact me.
    see you soon

    Luke

Well, I’ve got something new to keep in mind for sure. I think I’m more interested of UK English now xD besides they’ve got a good accent… Thank you Benjamin

EViiC

8 out of 10!!! thanks Benjamin

nibir

I have got 7 out of 10. Thank you for lesson

ZANA09

i have got 9 out of 10, thanks

gdpwpw

Doesn’t the form “I have to call Valen.” in the third question indicate an urgent action? Because of it I have got 9/10 :)

msejak

I got 10 correct out of 10.I’m very happy.Thanks.

@yp94011717

Thanks a lot!

KseniaMoon

10 out of 10. Thanks Benjy. :)

CedomirP

Thanks :)

pinoyenglish

British accent is cool!

Alexis De Guzman

Thank you very much!! Very good teacher!! 90/100

elena43

Ta.
:::D

Iamhere.

thank you. It is really useful lesson

bileg

Hm.. I had four mistakes there, and I fought I know it.

Pavluz

i have got 8/10

mahooy3

I have got 9/10

Adon007

Great! Thanks for that explanation!!

lexners

Thanks for your help, good stuff.

gardilk

Thanks Benjamin¡¡¡¡¡¡
Very good lesson , very good teacher¡¡¡¡
thanks again

arestino

wow, I got 100 for the quiz.. Thank you Benjamin! ^_^

ainzweidrei

Thanks a lot but There is something in question number 4, I think it will be more accurate if you says the contraction of I have got is …… instead of I have …. because according to the lesson I have has no contraction.
Thanx

mrplato

Very helpfull lesson ! Thank you !

Martin Po

woow that was very useful ……….. thanks

Matilda Ibalu

9/10 thanks alot teacher.

arthit

Thanks for the class,I understan

nandocalix23

You got 7 correct out of 10.
:) thank you

sarah aleisawy

I got 100 ,thanks teacher a lot

it’s very useful

baotrungsocola

Yuppy!!! I got 100!!!
Very cool teacher!!!
Thank you!!!

MinionLearner

Thank you

Ajthaiusa

I had 100 thank you very much!!!

rajaoun

I had 90 thank you good quiz

bros pok

I had 90 thank you

boogii

You got 8 correct out of 10.

zaheed

i have got 9 from 10 in the quiz.

zakariaclans

Thanks! one doubt less !!

Jaimon

I’ve got a problem with this rule =)

OcelotAlexey

Thank you.

pafsilipoclub

Hey! You have awesome videos. And for the first time I really get what it is about with all the grammar and stuff.
And I have a problem with the tests. When I take a test, I always write down my answer on a list, so that I can then see if I have a mistake somewhere.When I check the answers after the test there shows sometimes I have a mistake, But I am sure that I haven’t. That was on most of them. It is doing this sometimes. I just wanted to inform you.

Diana Milanova

This video has been very helpful for me. Have you got more lessons like that? Thanks lad.

jairouco

Very cooooool!!!

arakey2014

nice lesson

tonykiwan

Excellent lesson! Thank You.

Abhi

that was difficult kind of !

arwamuhammad

Just one misstake :) thanks for useful lesson

Ritaula

10/10

ahmedUK

i have got 10/10

shatha123

THANKS FOR THE GOOD TEACHING.

oyinlola

Thanks for this lesson.I have got 7/10.

sagittaire

Excellent!!

Javoo00

thanks

osama osama

If “have” is more used in American English,

why can’t I say : ” He has a black dog”?

And, of course, in Britsh English I would say:

” He has got a black dog.”

Why is the first option totally wrong? I don’t

get it.

Would you be so kind as explaining it again?

Love you accent.

Sonia1234

Nice lesson teacher! I got 9 out of 10 because I made mistake of number 5 question instead of “had” my answer is “have” I didn’t notice the sentence is past tense… I know “last night” is past tense…. Anyway, thanks for enlightened us these grammar methods…

cindyrella

10/10 thank you Benjamin! We can understand what used in American English and what used in British.

Anastasia

yeah! thank you sir..

seankylesueli@yahoo.com

Thanks.

Nadir

yeah i got 9\10 thank you so much teacher am gonna
improve soon

nasteha mohamood

the question is so tricky for me. i’ve got 80. lol not bad. huh ? they put smiley face. hehe

iqlee

PAST : I HAD ; YOU HAD ; HE HAD ; SHE HAD ; IT HAD ; WE HAD ;YOU HAD ; THEY HAD
PRESENT : I HAVE ; YOU HAVE ; HE HAS ; SHE HASE ; IT HAS ; WE HAVE ; YOU HAVE ; THEY HAVE
FUTURE : I WILL HAVE ; YOU WILL HAVE ;HE WILL HAVE ;SHE WILL HAVE ; IT WILL HAVE ; WE WILL HAVE ; YOU WILL HAVE ; THEY WILLE HAVE

rachid.rahal

PAST : I HAD ; YOU HAD ; HE HAD ; SHE HAD ; IT HAD ; WE HAD ;YOU HAD ; THEY HAD
PRESENT : I HAVE ; YOU HAVE ; HE HAS ; SHE HASE ; IT HAS ; WE HAVE ; YOU HAVE ; THEY HAVE
FUTURE : I WILL HAVE ; YOU WILL HAVE ;HE WILL HAVE ;SHE WILL HAVE ; IT WILL HAVE ; WE WILL HAVE ; YOU WILL HAVE ; THEY WILL HAVE

rachid.rahal

80 out of 100 ))

musayevaran

Thank you very much for a lesson!!!:)

Katerina

I had a lot of learning watching this class!

Anderson

i had lot of learning right now, and look at we here, your’e from UK and i loved UK and i always dreamed that someday i can go in UK and meet some British, and im dying to hear those intriguing accent that ive heard a while ago with you sir benjamin…. crap 9/10

Blackrald

thank u for the lesson :)

Tear Gas

Excuse me , in usually it’s correct to say : I’ve got cold , If I’m willing to say that but in the past will it be correct to say :
1-I had cold
2- I had got cold
3-I had gotten cold
or none of these ? thank you for helping

OmarBr

Thanks ..
I got 7 correct out of 10.

Hussam Abdullah

Thanks got 90%.

Abdul Qayum

7 out of 10..hmmm not bad..

Aeriel.juls

Yay I got all correct ! Thanks Benjamin :)

athirah

Great lesson, thank you!)

Vitalii Mazuryk

Really good

Anwer Tawerghi

Thank you teacher 90%

haydar omar

Thanks. You are very good teacher. And funny)))
I like your lessons.

KoNNik

i have a problem where we use “tend to”

Sandy

These examples were so funny hahaha
I enjoyed

cec90's

9 out of 10. thanks :-)

suheyla.94

i have got score of 8 over 10. not bad. ehheheheheh

andrewgalaban

Really good

Olga Krasnodon

thank you a lot for the lesson it was useful for me i have to repeat it many time.
this website is amazing and the teachers are very helpful .

majedzah

It was very useful, thank you.

sergi@

I had a good time)

dkuzeev

Thank you very much for the lesson!, please can review the question number 10, the answer is: “Robert has gotted a big dog.” Maybe the correct word is gotten instead gotted.

RafaelJonathan

Thanks Teacher, have a good day

Marcelodins

Thankz ben, for me all was clear and easy to understand, i had 100!! Tks

jr.mathjr1

Many thanks Benjamin!

Vivimi

That’s nice presentation, thanks a lot Mr. Benjamin

Mustapha Bin Adam

Thanks a lot, Benjamin! Your film is a wonderful example of brainment!
You have got an amazing gift wisely and refreshly to teach .

Denkzeichner

I’ve got 10 out of 10. thank you so much teacher. I love you

Myles1989

Thank-you for the grammar lessons. I always score above 80%.

Jaydeep Dey

how to check answer is right or wrong?

bhumiraj

I have got 8/10 thanks for this useful lesson

nejjamhamid

Thanks Benjamin.

I usually have a cup coffee in the morning.
I have an intelligent cat.
Do you have any time?
Have you got a car?

After I watched a video, I always have examples about video.

byildirim

i got 80%

k.abed

HI Benjamin
CAn you explain Question or Negativ form for Has and Has got?

AzizaNazar

Very nice class, teacher! Thank you so much for that… I really enjoy it and it will be very useful for my life. I love UK.

NLucas

Christ! I’ve got 60 this topic it’s pretty hard for me. I’ve got to watch The vídeo again. I got 60 before I had 45 okay Benjamin here we go again

Julios

Yeah! I’ve got 100 however I’m gonna to do more excersices. In The last comment I had 60 but doesn’t mean thst I haven’t got to practice this topic. Ser ya Benjamin

Julios

10/10, Thank you teacher.

shintyk47

Thanks Benjamin for you have made my life easy!
I expect that this phrase is correct! kkkkkkk

Robson70

Thank you, I got 10 out of 10,
this lesson was really helpful.

Marko Kulyk

thank you i got 90/100

Damasio

I often get confused between IS & HAS

For example: Bank is closed or Bank has closed

younus123

I’ve got 10 correct out of 10,
At last :)
thanks for the lasson

Balage

Great lesson.10/10. Thanks.

zigmund

I had a great time with your lesson.
I have to learn more about the differents between UK and USA English.

trozo

Thanks for lesson! I finally understood about “have got”! You’re amazing, professor.

Lelemay

thank you professor:)))

ma.noj

Thank you!

Ajmal91

10/10. Thank you, teacher.

superyorick

100/100 . Thank you for your lesson. Lots of love from India.

Dushyant755

Hello Benjamin, do British also use ‘have’ instead of ‘have got’ in other cases? If yes, what’s the difference between ‘have’ and ‘have got’ in British English?

kender

Wait, so if I’m supposed to use HAVE GOT to express something that “I need to do”, as mentioned in the video, so what do I use Have/Has + TO for?
I guess he should’ve said “ONLY FOR something that you need to do urgently”, then you can use Have/Has GOT TO + action verb. With that said, if someone says:
“I’ve got to go to the dentist!” or “I gotta go to the dentist!”, that’s probably because that person has lost the track of time and needs to be there in a rush.
Now, if they say “I have to go to the dentist” and the person is in a classroom, that’s probably what the person needs to do next, I mean after that person leaves the classroom.

rdlf4

Hi everyone, this is my fisrt quiz and i like it, thank you Benjamin for the lesson :)

amoussi

thank you, teacher, for the quiz I got 90 from

yousra hamed

    from 100

    yousra hamed

Thanks a lot

Mustafa Elemine

Thank you Mr. Benjamin.

Alex-1956

Thank you very much! great class!!!!

PatriciaCre

Do you have got a snake?

corect

Alhejaili

Thanks, Benjamin. It’s great class I learn a lot.

zarafatima
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