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Great! Thank you Emma.

yaoqian

    Yep! GREAT tip to improve our speaking and writing skills.

    Now the best is yet to come; to put it into real use.

    Bye for now.

    Regino

    hey, how are you doing?

    catwazel

    Yeah, the lesson was great, my score:1/1 :D

    Lucas Avelino

Thank you!! : )

Pilar19

    Hi pilar I´m glad to meet you? you Speak Spanish? where are you from ? (city)

    manuel hernandez

      Yes I speak Spanish. I am Peruvian. : )

      Pilar19

        Hi pilar I´m glad to meet you! Peru is beatiful country maybe one day I will to travel to LIMA and stayed on MIRAFLORES… nice place coast line deliciuos food pretty women like you… take care sorry for my english… PERU is brother country of COLOMBIA.

        manuel hernandez

    Awesome pic!

    catwazel

      Thanks! : )

      Pilar19

        Hello Pilav,do you marry me? I want to live in Usa

        SaloMelo

        well done

        Hazem Abdein

    Hi Pilar,

    I would like to practice my English with you and be your friend. Of course if you would like too. My email is: seferova.r@gmail.com . Hope to hear from you soon.

    Regards,
    Roya.

    Roya Seferova

      Hi Roya!
      Could you please give me an advice for learning English, In September I’m going to study an English course, it would be very useful to hear or know what a master English student has a say on the language.
      Thanks in advance!

      Basri

        Hello Basri,

        Are you going to do a course in your country or abroad? Your English seems good. If you want to improve your language, you need to learn English vocabulary every day. And you know, you shouldn’t forget about English grammar. All in all, you should surround yourself with this language. That is listening to the music, watching TV, reading newspapar and so on, all in the English language. And after a while, you will see your results. I hope this will help. If you have other questions about English, you can write to my e-mail.

        Best Regards,
        Roya.

        Roya Seferova

          Thank you for replaying to me, it was kind of u!
          I am going to attend an English course abroad(actually the country I was born at, hehehe, Sweden)
          Your advice was really helpful, thank again!
          Ok I will write and ask you anything I wonder, hehehe if you don’t mind :)

          Best Regards
          Basri

          Basri

    Hi Pilar. I’m interested in Learning English.I would like to practice with you English and to be your friend.This is my skype id: hamid.abdi90 .Hope you will text me soon

    Hamid90

Always excellent classes! Thanks Emma!

Eric Gusmao

Really thanks!

You caught me in the exercises where you used “in spite” instead of “despite”

hectorgastaminza

    Despite = In spite of but despite is more formal. h

    Briklend Handersson

    Hello,

    “In spite of” is always followed by “of” + gerund/”the fact that”/noun, while “Despite” is NEVER followed by the preposition “of”.

    For more examples you might as well check out the “Get it right!” section at http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/despite

    Un cordial saludo,
    David

    David

      Thanks, David !:)

      Ju Pontes

Hi Emma,

Another fantastic lesson. Congrats for your great job.

But I still have a question: is it grammatically correct to say “I personally prefer/think/believe…” or this adverb “personally” is redundant?

Thank you.

wilson.med33

    I DON’T THINK THAT ADVERB WOULD MAKE THE SENTENCE HEAVY OR REPETITIVE. WE COULD ALSO SAY I GENERALLY THINK OR REFER THEREFORE THE ADVERB YOU HAVE USED INTENSIFIES OR STRENGTHENS THE PERSONAL OPINION AND DOESN’T REALLY TURN THE MEANING WRONGLY

    omaxios

      it is very useful lesson.

      michael930426

Thank you Emma :)

Happy04

Thank you

sualiman

Tnx emma for the useful lesson……

Ranjeet Dhillon

That’s really cool and also useful, too.
Thank you!

Harry Benjamin

Emma, this lesson was awesome! You’re very beautiful and a great teacher.

Thanks.

danpalvald

Thank you Emma , Your lesson and Quiz is very useful for me and other people.

Ukrit

Good stuff!

aligator

good good!!

sinsul

Emma, very nice lesson. I got 100 out of 100. Thank you Prof. Emma. h

Briklend Handersson

8/10

mustaphataj

I was waiting this lesson a long time ago. thanks a lot

ragazzoalex

Hi, I would like to ask, why even though I can understand all the lessons, I have problems with understanding films or TV. Thank you

AggieMarks

This is quite confusing but your great explanation made it easy to understand everything.
Thank you Emma.
I look forward to get next video from you soon:-)

TEJALKK

Dear Emma,
I hope you are fine.
In fact, this lesson cleared up my questions about how can I use these conjunctions / prepositions. I got a score 100 in quiz. 8-)
Thank you very much for your explanation.
Let’s keep in touch.
Edu

Edu

I got 100 , thanks Emma.
which of these conjunctions are formal?
I think “nevertheless” is most formal, can we use it in conversation?

mehdi68

    Hi friend. I understood that all of them are formal the same way, but we can use them in formal conversation, whenever we want to sound better.

    Danddan

Dear Emma thanks.

JersonKissner

Hi, Emma!It was a very helpful lesson. Thanks a lot.

ubiracy

Fantastic! I did it 100!)

karik44

Thank you Emma

kady10

9/10 thanks Emma for the trick :)))

muhammad sami

Thank you Emma!

oliriber

thanks ever so much Emma!
Your lesson was really helpful for me because today i have a writing exam and I have to practice my writing with “connectors” I would be very thankful with you teachers if you could make a video about “ECCE speaking test” which consist in personal information, problem solving as you mentioned in this video.

Astric

    ECCE From CEN maybe?

    gianco

thank you so much Emma!
u make me absolutely clear about this topic, very easy! :-)

kapankkub

Great!!

mahflod

so thanks miss Emma I hope to get more

Mahmoud717

Hi Emma I love your engish classes, but I need more exercices about this topic. How can I take ?

arletemartins

thank you Emma :)

fatihsword

Fantastic lesson, Emma. Thank you!!!

Danddan

ONE MORE USEFUL LESSON THANK YOU EMMA

I WOULD STRONGLY RECOMMENDING MAKING A VIDEO LESSON ON VOCABULARY RELATED TO HAIRDRESSING, BARBERSHOP, HAIRSTYLES, AS WELL AS COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES USED IN CONTACT WITH THE BARBER. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST

omaxios

    Let me see if you did!

    Jack Fab03

Thanx Emma, it’s a great lesson and easy to understand.

ronny.rajpoot

Hello Emma
although lesson is pap, I will keep practicing in order to have good memory.

pcossa

Thanks Emma for the lesson!

English is a difficult language to learn, nevertheless you make it easier for us.

Fabio Cicerre

this is helpful

lisp

it’s very useful. thanks

Sabrina Li

Thank you for lesson

ZainabWajdi13

Thank you Emma, great lesson.

Marini2

thanks alot teacher Emma for this great lesson I really appreciate it.

sam12.1

Sad…. I got 8/10

Sally Tsai

You didn’t say anything about “in spite” or I’m inattentive.

smartwriter

Great Emma ! Thank you.

Marcos Barbosa

Thanks, Emma!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Edinho

Thank you so much! It’s very useful information!

ArinaIri

Thank you so much.I am always confused about using the other part of this case such as despite,in spite of,nevertheless..But now it is okay:)

mamicim9679

thank you, Emma.
it’s very tricky quiz, i got 8/10
cause: in spite of

IGORKIR

I didn’t know you could choose two answers at a time

MalikOfori

i got 8/10..Thanks for the knowledge

buhan

this is the greatest lesson i’ve ever seen.it’s really awesome
and i got 9 correct answer

delwar

Excellent, Emma!

Jlourenco38

very useful!!!

Dachnitsya

Thanks Emma!Great Lesson

AlessandroItaly

Thank you Emma. Good Teacher.

Calarcanutibara

Despite my foggy memory, I got 10/10
thanks Emma!!!!
It was tatally helpful!!!!

anderson-weider

sorry Someone here is from Bogota D.C. Colombia? or any city of this country?

manuel hernandez

thank you :)

deniz.swin

Awesome! Thank you, Emma:)

Musaev08

Very good lesson Emma. This week I had a situation in which I had to express opposition in written english.
Very useful trick.

ricmen

Tans Emma

Taoufikoss

It become things a bit more clear!!!

Marioo

Hi Emma,
Thanks for your lesson. In Vietnam now, Although All people want to learn Chinese, I prefer learning English. Chinese is quite popular ; Nevertheless, I prefer English.
Thanks for your useful trick to giving the opposing ideal

legendcomeback

Hi guys I’m new here I want to learn how to speak English and a good grammar

Ana parducho

Thank you so much :))

heshamosama

thanks maam.Emma but i want to talk with you

Waqas Amjad

Emma, you are the best.
Thanks.

basel.haf

Thanks teacher emma for another very useful trick..

Bhella

8/10 Great lesson!

In my work, although some people want to learn French, I prefer learning english =)

Thank’s a lot!

JoeciOliveira

Thanks Emma! I enjoy this lesson and your teaching.

noneego

Thanks for the tips! i enjoyed your informative video. :)

jhaneyL

Thank you so much Emma.

salamad

thank you for the advantage lesson. waiting the next one

Maryam Zaky

Another very good tips!

moa

You are an excellent teacher Emma, thank you!

Jacqueline Hernandez

    Hi, Jacqueline Hernandez

    I would like to practice my English with you and extend our language skills together. This is my email: seferova.r@gmail.com . I look forward to your reply.

    Regards,
    Roya.

    Roya Seferova

Thank you.

pavanut2

thanks for this lesson. its very very useful.

Test7

Very useful!
Thank you, Emma!

Paulina

its really very helpful for me. Thank you so much Emma.

msrahman7622

Thank you Emma! It was very helpful, the main point was the opposition!

thanhvo15

I got 10 thanks!

brunnocezzar24

I Always love your presentation….,and of course your teaching levels are groovy :-)

jithender jithu

A wonderful lecture! Keep it up

oladimeji

9/10 Although, even though, in spite of, nevertheless, however, all this are words which shows the opposite. And how about the most used, the universal “On the other hand”? Tank you, Emma.

Jorge Pedroso

    Thank you Emma

    Jorge Pedroso

Thanks!!

Khalid Aldawsari

100/100. Very, very happy. Thank you, Emma!!!

cristina

good lesson but you don’t tell us about in spite

djazirglami

100/100, thank you for this good lesson , Emma.

Mohamed S. Ismail

many thanks
good luck

mohammadmounir

thank you very much Emma

gbdadx

Hi Emma, thank you for your informative lesson.
But personally, I find this a diplomatic way of speech. I hate people saying this to me especially if they are my boss; my friend, that’s fine. It is kind of hypocritical. In Hong Kong slang: “一啖沙糖一啖金”

victor

Thank you!

Ekaterina V

Although I like the other teachers , I prefer you Emma :P
Thanks a lot :D

tolgaclk7

    Thank you, Emma. It’s great lesson and I am new commer here. I think i will be your fan.

    Nguyen Phuong lh2610

I took 8/10 without watching the video

IMazooz

Hi Valen, I really enjoy your videos, however, it is too bad that you don’t know the difference between the word continent and the word consonant, as you have clearly demonstrated in your video, ‘Comparative Adjectives’. North America is a continent. B,C,D,F, etc. are consonants.

eslnow

thank you Emma, you are the best. I want to talk with you.

phuongzozo

Thank you Emma Ma’am, for such a nice session . we will wait for more such session from you.

Bibhuti Mishra

many thanks emma.. it helps me a lot..

ronald bermil

thank you. despite the school learning, i prefer online learning))

turalrahimli

I’M VERY THANKFUL TO YOU EMMA FOR YOUR LESSONS!!!I LIKE YOUR LESSONS!

Aktore Sarsepbay

I’ve appreciated that…

Ademendes

Great lesson!
Although many people study only the material of their courses, I prefer complement them with engvid’s lessons.

Doumeki

    Haha yes you gave an example about that lesson :) And it’s true also :)

    onur97

Thank you Very much Emma.

erkfleming

10/10. Thanhyou very much!

elvisdam89

thank u c:

Ekaterina Z

Awesome! really helpful :)

Umesh

Thank you for the wonderful lecture. It reminded me of the words that I forgot to use.

fadsie

Thank you, Emma, for this useful lesson. I’ve made 2 mistakes and I’ll correct them :)

vincetushek

Hi Emma. Thanks for lesson. I have a question. Whats the different in spite then others?

Azra Ayan

THANK YOU EMMA FOR THIS USEFUL LESSON

abdelhamidkb

Gym is the most effective manner to improve your health, nevertheless diet is also improtant. Thank you very much Emma!

GAUTHIER

thank you Emma for this lesson.I am new n the website.
can you explain some grammar like when and while.thank you again.

make it shine

Very useful!, such a great English lesson

Dgracia

Dear Teacher Emma Thanks!
I believe This Lesson so I Understand Very Well I think These Word are same or similar as although,even though,in spite and despite
So Prefer learning english

Muad Abdiaziz

Thank to madam u r teaching and thinking tremendous …..

yoganand

Hello Emma. you are a excelent teacher. this lesson was wonderfull. Thanks.

AlexPaulo

thanks i find it useful.

sarah-hadi

very nice teacher

jasser selmi

thank’s

jasser selmi

although it was an easy lesson ,i had more experience

Nadeen fouad

It is very useful lession. I got 10 right. Thank the web engvid.com so much.

drquy81

Thank you! Although this lesson was very helpful, I didn’t find anything about using expression ” in spite of “. It was used in the title of this video as well as a part of the quiz but it wasn’t mentioned in the video.

russrainbow

Hi Emma!
I really enjoyed your videos, thank you so much! =)
I want to know that what’s difference about these words:
even / even though / despite / in spite of

Vicky Huang

you are excellent teacher I can understand everything perfectly
thank you for all of this ,

Ahq92

Thanks Emma. I love your lecture.

Kim JungTae

thank u so much

aia ibrahim

Thank you Emma.

Zephyrcc

Very essential information! Thanx. Love your pronounciation!

Tra-ta-ta

its very helpfull. thankyou emma.

Ajay kandem

Emma, you’re awesome! Thanks!

shpiler

This video was very helpful.

CavFanatic23

You’re wonderful, Emma

abfathan

Although some members of Engvid got bad score,I got 10 correct out of 10 ;)
it’s a joke guys.Good luck to all members.
thank you for the lesson

bakhtiyar ali

Thank you.

maanRhabeeb

Dear Emma !
I just have no words to express my seep gratitude
You and your Colleagues are doing so much important job for people around the world specially students.
you’re my best teacher…
Warmest Regards

H4m3d47

Thank you so much !

Carolina1681

hi how are you mam

Velmurugan T

DEAREST EMMA!!!
I THANK TO YOU TO TEACHING US, I LIKE YOUR LESSONS! THANK YOU!!!

IrNo

Thank you, Emma.

San Kyaw Zaw

mind blowing lesson got 8/10
thank you very much for this video

m@@hi

thanks Emma … :*

muhammad hamed

thanks for teaching

samir))

Good Emma, thank you!

vectorgarquer

I cant understand the differ between in spit and despite ???
even thought I took 7 in the quiz , but I am really enjoy the lesson
correct sentence?

medomedo

Althought some people preffer learn With teacher Alex, I prefer learn with teacher Emma!!

Fernanda@mf

thanks a lots I got 100 score in test
wowowo. ! I enjoy very well

osonymar

I start to get the grammar! I could not understand it before, thanks Emma!

victorrobleto

thank you very much Emma.

jusman68

Thank you Emma!It is super useful!!!!!

Yitingfan

thanks Emma.

I’m got 9 correct out of 10

willianrh

thank you teacher :) . 10

Samahene93

thank you Emma…it is really helpful to me….

chomroeun

Thanks for your lessons) like you!)

Nikolaukr

I got 10 to 10…

Sivakumar

ohh, I’m got 8 correct out of 10 !!!!
ths Emma

Minhvyhoang

In spite of the mistake I made while I did the quiz, I got 60 scores and I found the lesson very helpful. Thank you Emma

Anthony Ricardo

thank you

ahmedsalaheldin

Thank You Emma, it was great lesson, I used to had difficult of these expressions, now after watching this Video everything will be cristal clear especially with your way of teaching , so helpfull and clear

Thanks again
Btw: I’v Got 10/10 :))

aminedz11

That was a very useful lesson. Thank you very much.

Arian1

Great class, I like it!!

GabrialFC

Thank you so much Emma! Regards from Venezuela.

omarpreparador

Great job!
Thanks, Emma.

liuhz0401

I think your explained was not good enough to show the main difference between each words ….. thanks anyway :)

ABDALLAH AKIF

Thanks Emma, awesome helpful lesson, like all of your lessons.

I have two questions:
1. Does “nonetheless” has the same meaning as “nevertheless”?
2. Does “in spite of” has the same meaning as “despite”?

guycn1

Thanks, Emma. It is very useful lesson.

Elenkaaaaaaaaaa

Good Lesson, Thanks Emma! :)

MHunter

U made English lovely language

Aisha Soliman

Good class, Emma, and great pronunciation! Thanks

Carles

Thanks Emma for such great explanations. Thanks from Valencia – Spain.

spous67

Thank you Emma… Although I learned these lessons in class, I understood clearly your explanation and examples here… Great!

Rafael Casafranca

Super video! Thank u!

kufterka

thank you i will see more

shahramm

Very good! Thanks Emma.

lukeman

thank you!♥

erikahyung

Thank you very much, Emma!

Lesnikov

She is our angel, thanks Emma

1907santanna

thanks enma.

gusber1985

9/10 very bad. but thank you.

birindar

thank you so much .. it is going to help me lot to learn

rubiee

Thank you very much.

Enkutatash

very nice to learn it

Muhammad Abbas

Tanks a lot Emma.

You are really a good teacher.

emiliano luis

it’s great to have a teacher like Emma…Ma’am your lesson really helps me in my composition..thanks

Amicable

It was really good video,thanks Emma.

mmohamedjaa

Some people prefer learning english pay for the course, I prefer learning english at engVid with Emma

Is it correct?
))

guccooguy

I need more of this…only six good¡¡

jmanuelsi

Thank you ver y much, it is very useful

olveraca

100 percent. I’m so happy. I wanna make a friend with everyone. my gmail is buianh9714@gmail.com.hihi. I wanna learn English. thanks !

Buianh

Thank you. This video is really helpful for me.

HappyGinger

Thanks Emma :)

Moh Werr

in spite of the warm of the spring,i prefer living in winter.
Despite the advantage of the day,i prefer enjoying the night,because i am a vampire.

little town

Does anyone want to speak with me? I want to improve my speaking. My skype is amiri8841

amiri8841

I only got 7… but anyway, thank you emma for this lesson… i learn something new again…

Ryan18

Ema you are the best!!!

Francismeadows

Emma, despite you missed to explain the meaning and the use of the word “in spite of”, I exceeded the test. (oh, what lie !)

Danilo Manzoni

Thank you

F.D.Mahdi

thanks..now i knew it

nora

I got 80. The phrase “in spite” confused me.

vkachan69

Very useful expression , thank you Emma.

godbeings

Thank you too much Emma, you are a really good teacher.

Frida2380

thank you, I was looking for the right way to express the opposite ideas

bloodywolf699

Thank you Emma

Sami Sami

Hi. Thank for the clear lesson.
DESPITE the cristal-clear lesson, I have a doubt:

Is it mandatory to add the comma when starting the sentence with a subordinate clause?
“Although I prefer skiing (,) many people prefer running”.

Somewhere I saw that british grammar makes it optional (not a mistake like the quizz states).

Regis

    Sorry for the spelling mistakes done before. =)

    Should I use “Despite” followed only by a name, not by a verb as you said?
    Can’t I say “Despite LOVING the beech, I prefer the mountain”?

    Thank you.

    Regis

Finnaly, I learned to make opposing ideas in English!

Robson70

thank You Emma

amrelnhas

thank you a
so yuo are teacher in the best teacher

fuaad cumar xasan

Hi Emma how are you doing? i hope everything is ok; First of all, let say that i’m learning so much with this classes. But in this quiz, i saw some question about inspite, and i think you have forgotten to explain the rules about that subject, havent you? i now because failured in both of them on the quiz. thankyou. you have helped us to learn better and better. i’ve got no words to thankyou, bye

budugu

akıt gelsin 10 da 10 =)

achilles1907

Great Emma

isarucula

that was a very good lesson! Thanks Emma!

rodolfosantos

I got 10 correct out of 10.
Although many websites are here and there,
i like to say the best is engvid.com, especially you.
thank you.
see you.

noah

Thanks Emma, this class is great

Britone

Hello
I have not found form “in spite of” during the lesson

RomanK

thnak you very much!

Beku

thank you engvid thnk you Emma :D

sirius54

Dear EMMA i don’t think if you have mentioned in-spite in your lecture. Could you please elaborate where we should use despite and where in-spite with few examples plzzzzzzzzzzz.

iqrar Ahmed

Thank you, Emma !!!

natalyarg

Emma, how are you? Thank you for your wonderful teaching in English.

Tammyjang1

Very thanks, Emma !!!

robertlee

Scored 9/10
Good tips to sound better in speaking…

SOELI

Thanks!

RUSHIL

This lesson was very useful. Thank you.

Suade

Despite time limit, I start study English.

IKrasn

thanx Miss Emma

Usamah

I think we should always use ‘of’ after in spite-Am I right miss?

Hasanur Rahman

thank you Emma <3

samour fouad

Thank you for your lesson.it’s very useful but i think you didn’t “in spite of”.Although English is look tough sometime, i’m still going to study.

k0rnnny

Thank you so much for your support;)

Atukruni

Emma tanks. You are very kind and a good teach. I understand easy.

springo

Enna you’r the best one!!! :*

jeissonhiguera

Emma, Thank you for this informative lesson.

Bibin

I´m enjoying all class from Emma and I´m study english in india is so difficult fpr learn here I´m desappointed to came here because just my teachers speaking good english theather people they english are awful so I need pratice with people who speak english correctly and they be able to correct me if I´m going wrong….Someone here please

Celmira Nimi

    it is hilarious,you will get used to it,as long as you pratise more

    Fianna-law

I got 10 correct out of 10. I so proud of myself. Thank you emma.

kikmullet

Although many people like other English lessons, I prefer Emma’s lessons, cos she is awesome

PaulKrizskiy

I got 10/10 thank for your usefull lesson Emmma

Mailinh21

Although many people think learning English is difficult, I prefer studying English.
Even though many people go to bed early, I prefer staying up late.
Despite that many people love action movies, I prefer sci-fi movies.
In spite of the pressure of two babies, I also decided to raise my second child.
Most of western people like to drink wine,Nevertheless, Most of eastern people like to drink white spirit.
Many western people like coffee,However, Many eastern people prefer green tea.

Bob1975

thanks
very excellent
very useful
& effective

Aidinmehdi

Thanks so much Emma

Seema yadav

Thanks very much, the lesson are very interesnting and easy to learn.

bochopp

I need to improve my writing skill.

ruben123

Hi Emma Thank you.Your lesson,accent is awesome.Emma, i watched some videos here.But I can’t undertand other teachers,because they speak very fastly.So I want share video that about essay

Elnur2000

thank Emma and ENGVID instituate

seerwan

Thanks a lot

Vivimi

very useful , thank you very much .

hozaifa995

Thanks a lot, Emma!

rangeln

Dispite the fact that many people like meat, I prefer vegetable. :D Thank you Emma.Happy Study

Tammyjang1

Hi Emma & everyone~

eddiiieeee

why some times the punctuation of however diverse
……………;however,………….
and other times we use
.However,
wish a quick answer

homam123

    I think that this “;” (semicolon) is commonly used to link ideas (to show that the second sentence is a contrast to the first sentence in this case).

    I guess that there is no difference between that two structures and both are correct. :)

    Matt05

chesch
thanks for answering
is your English strong enough to correct essays
i am practicing for academic writing and my test will take place in September . and i need some one to correct essays for me
if yes then i am looking forward for your acceptance
sincerely
homam

homam123

thanks Emma
Although your lecture was very useful,but it might be better if you had explained how can we use “in spite” too.
All in all thanks
get it good!

alisam

Thank you very much.

krid

Many thanks to this awsome lesson.

ekremerdin

merci Emma ! for the lesson and the quiz :)
very easy to understand the little differences

apple2

Thank you so much Emma. It’s really helpful.

amania4@yahoo.com

Thanks Emma for this piece of knowledge but you didn’t explain inspite of ….how to become use to of these ?

Sidrazafar

Thanks Emma for this useful tip that you provided.

Tony Xiao

think you

ASRARFI.KHALID

Thak you emma

salama1978

This is very helpful. thank you Gemma!

Focusengvid16

Eventhough some people want to listen to another teacher, but I love to listen your recording

muhamad best

Although many people study with different teachers,I prefer Emma. Thank you Emma.

Tammyjang1

Thank you Emma. It very good lesson.

Eman27

Emma ia a greate teacher and has greate personality.thanks Emma

Abolfazl2290

Thanks Emma.

amr elshami

I want to add something :1-Despite do not take (of), In spite taking (of) .
2- Despite and In spite of take a gerund (verb ending with (ing) but we use it like a Noun) .
Ex:Despite being on time to the lecture, we were not admitted.

amr elshami

Even though used when a different so strong .
Ex:Even though the exam was easy, I failed.

amr elshami

Thank you, Emma! I have got 10 correct out of 10

bellatimor

tks somuch Emma. tks somuch.

Christian.minh

Fantabulous lecture. …..

Farizzain

This is the best lesson ever!Love you Emma!

zangxiaobai

thanks, Emma this was so useful for me as matter of fact you teaching very fluent
I lake you

Tahmasebi

Another 100! yeayyy I’m on cloud nine :D Thanks Emma!

sellmieac

Thank you, Emma.

Menia

Thank you, Emma :)

mrkaziu

Very useful lesson.

8/10 The questions 4 and 5 are the same.

Vancouver

Thanks

rubenrobles

Thanks teacher for your great tips.
Could you please tell me if the following sentence is correct? I used ‘gerund’ instead of noun.
“In spite of this team losing today, we will always support you, be proud of you, and remain your biggest fans forever.”

meengviduser

Thank you Emma

Malteser

Thank you, awesome tips.

pr0teek

Please if am i worong, correct me this sentence:
– Desbite the calm of being suburbs,I’d rather prefer being downtown.

Abdellah Aksel

Thanks Emma, very nice lesson!!!

Ravishol

Despite the fact that I love Guam, I prefer living in Korea. I missed my county.

Tammyjang1

“I miss my country”. I think, this is the right sentance. Thank you Emma :D

Tammyjang1

Excellent lesson, Emma!!

Thank you!

Franklin Paz

Thanxs Emma for your amazing way of teaching ..

Hany Abu Seeda

Dsespite English is a difficult language , Emma makes it very easy .

Hany Abu Seeda

Thank you, Emma, I learn how to oppose ideas using what I leant this lesson.

Plumstead2006

hi Emma

sambabli

Thanks Emma I’ve forgotten the comma..

ivone22

WoW!!! 10/10 Thank you very much, Emma!!!

Tayna67

I can understand very well. thank you Ema.
Although i don’t heard “nevertheless” in conversation recently, Americans use it frequently?

masa9n

It’s useful in writing, thank you Emma.

hardEnglishlearner

Many thanks Ms. Emma in this video add a new word to my English which is nevertheless …. great job

mohammed alansari

Many thanks Ms. Emma

ahmedfares

Despite many teachers at engvid, I prefer Emma since she is the best.

My Greetings to my favourite teacher.
Egyptian Pharaoh

Egyptian Pharaoh

thank you Emma

abdallah sakr

Thank you very much Emma.yours lesson useful and wonderful.I wish waching alot of EngVi for you.see you soon

Razzaq999

This lesson is very helpful for me, thank you, Emma. Nice to see you again!

Alfred.Mike

Although this lesson is difficult , i perfer this lesson . I got fall score

ALKEBSEE

Great,Thank you so much Emma

hoaipham

I got 10/10.Thank you Emma so much.

addriianne

Hello
You forgot explain about (in spite of ) in this video.

tara1380

    Yes. I saw that, too.

    onur97

Great job!

retireman

I made 90 of 100. I couldn’t see in spite of in the video.

onur97

Thank you, Emma! You are the best!

Eugenius

Thank you, Emma! You are the best! And yes, you are forget to tell us about “In spite of”. I have two mistakes in the quiz.

Eugenius

Help!! could you do a video about differences between forfeit and lose? Thank you

Julissa72

Thank you. 100%/
Could you make a video how to develop speaking skills?

Lana

Thanks Emma!
Can you explain how to use “in spite of”?

Mary Cristina

I failed the test; my score was 5 out of 10 but I understood the difference of using: DESPITE and IN SPITE OF, as well as to be aware of my commas (that was my failure in sentences that look all the same to me ^^´); thank you Emma for your help!

Heli J

I got 8 is correct. I didn’t find “In spite of” in the video, so I got incorrect at number 4 and 5. But I know now

saeful

Thank you!! great class

Pariis

I liked this video. It was good!

Mikesyndrom

You got 8 correct out of 10.
Thank you!!

KARTAL

Learned a lot from this teaching!Thanks, Rebecca.

Mikesyndrom

thank you so much

aliorabi

A Emma é a melhor!

Bruno Sacramento

Ok… Thanks…

Cheppe22

Thanks ma’am

Himanshu123@

Thaks, Emma.

Adenylza

    Sorry, I meant : thanks :)

    Adenylza

Although some people prefer studying English in universities I prefer watching your videos

Iasha

It was really helpful thank you

armandolara

Thanks Emma !

ramirfr

I would like to know if we wqnt to invite you to our home in Africa more precisely in togo will you accept to come

dogbe

This lesson is great and useful

tariqadel

I m loving it.

Kamal Sharma

Thank you so much Emma! I am from Pakistan and here we people are crazy about English.We are always in search of good English teachers and you are one of them.

Muhammad Aslam Khoso

Emma, thank you so much.

dreamk7x

thanks Emma.
despite the difficulty I, I pass the quiz

labady charles

thank you very much Emma

Alex-1956

Yeah!!!I got 10/10 because of Emma.Thank U

sudhakar9999

Tanx Emma, great lesson

Alimalekzadehgm

Thanks, Emma

Ali S.Alsaymari

that 8 teaches me something

Fiction8

i got perfect score thank you
before this lesson i was confuse between despite and in spite of.

Prashant2000

    hi can you tell me is there any difference between non the less and nevertheless

    Prashant2000

Dear Emma,
Thank you so much for this class!!! It helps me a lot and I love the way you explained it. However, in this class, you explained about using the word Despite but not In spite of, so, when I did the test I was focusing on using “Despite”. Could you please, clarify if Despite and In spite of are having the same meaning? Beast Regards, Nancy

NancyP.

Hello everyone,
Can anybody tell me why on questions 4 and 5 the correct answer is “In spite of” and not “Despite of”, please?

carlos.torres

that was very useful for me thank you Emma ^_^

Nour-kad

Despite the difficulty, I somehow managed to get 100%. :D

OkDaniel

Although many people are native English speaker, I never give up learning English until it’s my second language.

BruceYang

Thanks, Emma

fahamid07

That’s great

Ankit Choudhary

Thanks Emma.Although some people like speaking Chinese,I prefer speaking English.

S Chit Chit Win

Thank you very much Emma

A.rahman9890

Thank you Emma

giopoggi

Thank you imma you are the best teacher in the world really you are a legend 😍😊😊❤❤

Axelos

Thanks Mrs. Emma!

Alex-1956

Thank you Emma.

hasan13

How’s “in the teeth of sth” and “in spite of sth”?
Are those synonyms?
How can I use?
Thank you, Emma.

EmmieChang

thank you Emma.

Ahmed Abd AL Rahman

Thanks a lot Emma. !☺

Simunedda15

Someone wants to practice speking?

Enrique30063

wonderful. Please help us to understand few common sentence and speech rate control guide

Mahabir Kumar

thanks emma ,the lesson make me deeply realize the meaning of the several words ,it is helpful to me.

hungjen

thanks Emma I got 8/10. not bad

keanuariass

if you look number 4 and 5;

why? :
4.In spite of the advantages of country living, I prefer living in the city. is correct and
5.In spite of the advantages of country living, I prefer living in the city.is correct.

I prefer it’s correct is :
4.Despite of the advantages of country living, I prefer living in the city.
5.Despite of the advantages of country living, I prefer living in the city.

somebody could help me?

antonUK

Thank you Emma, in spite of get 7 correct out of 10 this lesson was so cool, god bless you.

Krizz53

Thank you!

Resyalestari

Despite the fact that many people like to eat American food, I prefer to eat Korean food. LOL.
I’m just saying to make a sentence.
:D

Tammyjang1

Wow, Despite the fact that my language is Urdu, I feel to be better day by day in English by learning from Engvid.

TahseenB Bhutto

Thanks, Emma. Doing it on the computer makes the mind confused at times. I learnt to notice minute differences among the answers provided. Great teaching and good learning.

Sepik

wonderful, thank you Emma.

nelitamayo85@

thank you Emma

carloscesarpe

thank you Emma

shiil10

thank you emma

mokhtaro

I love the way you teach! Thank you very much :)

MissPatty

Thanks.thge way you teach is awesome

sadaf kazmi

Hello Emma.
Despite being registred now, I wached many of your interesting videos.
Thanks a lot

lahcenchaib

Hello Emma,
Although I’m busy, I really like to study and learn English with your excellent videos. I appreciate about it a lot.

h.pourshanbeh@yahoo

Although that I had some errors, I like to do my best. This lesson it is very useful I mean it helps to recognaize in a correct way these opposite ideas.

jesus.romero

Thanks a lot)

Bekzod290999

Tks Emma! I love your lessons!!!

myrnameyer

Thank you

Rithika

Even though my friends are night owls, I prefer to be an early bird.

Astri

This is a very useful lesson. I have now understood the differences between the words.
Thank you very much.

Peter.Alistair

thank you so much!

victormalwa550

Great lesson

rishi2322

8/10. Even though I got a bad mark, I will go on learning! Thanks, Emma!

Jerry Gu

I got 10 correct out of 10 on this quiz. yeah!. I extremely love your lessons. thank you so much for your teaching Emma.

Thu Dong

Thank you for the lesson.
I would like to ask, what is the difference between contrast and concessions? Thank you
Regards Monica.

Monica.S

Thank you!!! It’s very interesting and useful)

Zinaida.S

Thanks a lot mam for your great lesson!These tips are more useful in speaking and writing on opposite perspective.you are really explain every lesson with great eloquence.It is more informative and very clear.I like your lesson as ever.All teachers on engvid are good;nevertheless, i would prefer Emma.

Prasunan

oke, i must study hard

yossy suparyo

thank youuu so much dear Emma

zahra369

Although I love my country, I would like to live in Canada.

Thanks so much Emma!

Henrique Alves

Thanks you Emma. Congratulations!. Greetings from Venezuela.

rodriguezjgx1

thanks, Emma! good video

Mikesyndrom

Amazing emma! i love your lesson.

Sein Kim

thank u Emma useful information :)

gizem00

I watched the video twice on April 4, 2021 and took the quiz after watching it once. I got 10 correct out of 10.

ergn

Good explanations and wonderful exercises.

ErikOR

What an amazing explanation!

inesferreira

8/10
Thanks a lot Rebecca,hugs. (Kazakhstan, 13Sept2021);
I confused with ‘in spite of’

Janyl

i/m sorry,EMMA

Janyl

Thank you teacher .But I have notes for you .

There is no some examples about ” In spite of ” Why?

AREBAT

Although most people living in this country love Playing mobile legend, I prefer to play Dota 2.

Even though it’s hard to tell him the truth, but you must tell him for you to clear out your mind for worries.

Everyone rely to a person who’s expert on something, nevertheless i prefer practicing the skill needed to surpass the road.

Rjayme

Despite of all these accomplishment, never forget that you start from scratch.

Rjayme
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