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on the test understanding, question 4th and 5th are the same.

REY

    I was just going to say that, I scored 5 out of 5 btw.

    David

      This is fixed now.

      engVid

      Congratulations!

      Jon

      It is needed a few more expressions in order to be able to tell how to get to a given place; however, it is a good start.

      Thanks Jon.

      Regino

GOOD LESSON…..

SANTIAGO

Thanks Jon

Magray

nice presentation! keep it up and more videos to post… thanks a lot teacher John.

vince

    Thanks. There are more coming. Thanks for you enthusiasm.

    Jon

Nice video, contratulations from Spain.

David

hi Jon :
thanks alot

Shahen

I enjoyed :) thanks

halaarmenian23

    I´m from Brazil and want to improve my english with people from Canada. If you want, pease add me on my MSN: val-decy2008@hotmail.com
    By!

    Valldecy

thank you a lot MR.jon

nazei

Hey Jon, good session from you. I enjoyed it. You did not waste time erasing the board or writing. Hope to see more from you.

Geet

hello, i didn’t see the clip. but i done the quiz, it’s everything right.

riz

Thank You teacher Jon. I’m aprecciate your lesson. Lily from Brazil

Eliete

    In Brazil always hot?

    viktor

Thanks

Abd Allah

Hi Jon sorry to bother you ,could you tell me how to get to your house to thank you so much for this lesson ?

happypharaoh

    That’s great!!! Excellent use of “could you tell me how to get to…”

    Jon

For all fellows that don’t live in USA, follow below some common streets suffixes abbreviations. I have doing too much job outside and my GPS has taught a lot.
Avenue(AVE); Boulevard (BLVD); Circle(CIR); Court(CT); Extension(EXT); Gardens(GDNS); Highway(HWY); Lane(LN); Parkway (PKWY); Road(RD); Shore(SHR); Square(SQ); Street(ST); Terrace(TER); Trail(TRL); Turnpike(TPKE); Valley(VLY);

REY

    Thanks!!! It’s very helpful indeed)

    Ellie

It´s fantastic!

Mari

Thanks Jon is very helpful to know directions.You are excellent teacher.Do you have skype maybe we can speak together my skype is carabas24.Peace out Dorin from Moldova.

Dorin

thank u ,lol & very cool ur

Shayma EL.

thanks jon that lesson was very interesting and the other thing that i wonna tell u that my score is 4 out of 4

bilaltollar

yahoooooooo….. i get 4 out of 4 marks

bilaltollar

yahoooooooo….. i get 4 out of 4 marks

bilaltollar

    Well done.

    Jon

I got 4/4…. Mr. Jon, why don’t you try to give us a lesson between may and might?

totong

sir Jon, i’m going to wait ur may and might.

totong

Sir jon, thanks.its really intresting video.

shakeel123

Where’s the library? Tim: It’s on the corner of Ontario Street and Maple Syrup Avenue.

The second one “at, in” could be nice too?

breula

    I would not say “in the corner”. “At the corner” means very close to, so people would understand, but I think “on the corner” is the best answer.

    Jon

      yes. MR ITHINK THAT ALSO AND thank you very much you`r very talent

      nada sherif

thank you it’s helpful

marwaaiman

thank u veryuch for this intresting lesson

prakash

sir Jon,,, hello… can u give a lesson about the rule of combining noun and pronoun in a sentence… like “Jon and I or Jon and me”. I’ll wait for this from you.

totong

    I will take note of that. Thanks.

    Jon

      oh,,, i have a long time to open engvid,,, coz i’ll became busy lately,,, but thanks sir Jon,,, i’ll wait that lesson… i’m sure, it helps us a lot…

      totong

John, tell me something. When you say DIRECTION it sounds like D[:i]rection but there is another pronuncation like D[:i]rection (something like wide, wife). I hope you get what i mean. Are they both correct?

xewax

    Unfortunately, English is not as consistent as Spanish for example, so you will here many variations depending on where the ‘native’ speaker is from. My suggestion is that you listen to native speakers from Australia, Ireland, Scotland, Canada, New Zealand, the U.S. and England, etc. Choose the accent that you would like to hear and practice with their pronunciation. Good luck.

    Jon

Sir Jon, hello, I’m curious why you didn’t reply our comments. Are you still reading it? Anyway, I want to ask you a favor about a lesson using a conjunction “and” and “or” in a subject or predicate of a sentence.

totong

    Sorry about taking so long. I will take note of your request. Thanks.

    Jon

      thanks sir Jon, its help us a lot….

      totong

Thanks :)

Anar

yeah ! i get 4 out of 4 marks

huong

thank you for this lesson teacher jon.

miyakamikan

    need ur help

    rafiq123

GOD BLESS YOU,MR. JOHN IT IS SIMPLE METHOD & VERY IMPORTANT LESSON IN SAME TIME …GOING ON …
WE ARE WAITING YOU SOONEST :)

Basem Majed

It was great!,.. good job teacher jon.
I learned a lot from you thanks for the infos. you share,….^__________^ a big smile 4 u

angelo

iam mongolian i want study english very well

irmuun

good !

rafiq123

Thanks very much for your nice ecplanations.

venouse

I did all :)

goshgarnuriyev

10x

denys

thanks so much t. jon i’v benefited a lot from the lesson ^_^

amoly

thanks jon

shosho

thank u for this lesson which was wonderfull
go ahead teacher jon

emad alhattamy

Thanks John !

Batyr Turkmen

REALLY IT ISNICE PRESENTATION , IT IS SIMPLE AND EASY TO UNDERSTAND IT.
THANK SOMUCH

aomer74

Awesome video Jon !!! Regards from Brazil
That’s the best website to learn and understand English!!And I hope to keep learning from all of you qualified teachers !!!

brcaio

    Thanks. I lived in Recife for about 6 months in 2006. It’s a beautiful country and the people were very nice and friendly.

    Jon

    Hi,Would you like to be my friend? so we can practice english.If you want, please ad me on my MSN: val-decy2008@hotmail.com. See u there.

    Valldecy

thanks engVid so much .

noOour

jon u r agreat man .

noOour

thanks so much<

al sadek

thanks =)

pipit

thanks a lot

abd

cool lesson… thank you so much teacher.. :)

Neng Nezha

thanksssss

sara86

    seme to you

    chitraman

Wonderful lesson

Feroz

Great lesson
thanks

jose

THANKS JON…..

JOHN

thank you very much jon. you are great.

mahmutkcicek

great job

lukass

thank you!!!! that’s great!!!

juliaiv

thank you Great lesson

assoume

hello jon! u teaching very faste,and understanable. good job and god bless you.Good night

jenel sanon

you are good teacher and and i hope if i can meet you to thank you any way its thaaaaaaaaaaaaank you

mustafa yassin

jon it was nice..

antonyshajin

Thanks your efforts are appreciated

shaheedullah Safi

Good choice for the names of the streets ! Very witty :-) !

Guillaume

thanks. after this lesson. i have known how to give directions.

nghiatran2129

    I’m happy that you found the lesson helpful.

    Jon

funny

alexdobr

    Nice pic alex)

    Galyna

Thanks Jon, you are perfect :)

losslord

thanks Jon , it was helpful and useful for me, because i am not very good in directions

turkia

i hope you’ll give us more useful lessons like this next time, Jon. we don’t need to go to English Center, just stay at home and watch your videos.Studying English become more effectively than other way. thank you and your lessons very much ^^

chung le

Thank you Jon. It was very helpful lesson. I got 5 correct answer :-) But prepositions are not to easy to understand and use. There are meany of them which have the same or similar meaning!!! Maybe you can prepare a video lesson about this subject… Thanks

Erdal-TR-73

thx MR JON YOU`R VERY good MR and iunderstod all of the section today

nada sherif

thanks a lot.

the sun

that is great thank you very much.

awat

I dont know when im gon’ stop thank ya

nd i woud say it for thousands times because You already helped us!

THANNNNKS Joon.

snickers

Hi Jon

Thanks a lot for all your lessons. Everything is very helpful and in a good sound and video quality.
You’re the best ;-)

greetings from Europe

birdie

I am an Egyptian girl .I want to thank you for your great effort in teaching us.You made us like English language more for your cheerful character

Dalia

Thanks Jon!

oncleshu

hi!thanks I’ll try to be watching and practing
with your videos are easy to use thanks.
and have nice thanksgivig day

ESVIA

I want to learn more,thanks for teaching us,hope we learn more,really good,

ccuteliz@yahoo.com

Thank you!
Don’t you think to do this in Sri Lanka?

Shehan

I think the last one is Terrace (Ter.).Thanks for all.

sara

thnks my greatest teacher, thanks so much but i have a small question i want to ask you what does this mean”i must dash’ thanks again

vuhue

thank for lesson my teacher…

rodi

Hi friends I am glad to connect to this site…
i hope to learn english with you…
Thanks for this lesson Jon…

skarpion

Thank you for very good lessons.

May

thank you very much. This lesson very helpful for me.

kma

very helpful sight and keep posting new lessons.

shilly

I like this lesson.. it’s very useful..
and I felt like I’m practicing the listening skills too..

Thank you very much Jon

reem1

ThkQ Jon, nice and useful lesson. BTW, What’s a Court (Crt) What kind of street is that?
Another question, when one says opposite (meaning across from), does he have to use the preposition to, (opposite to…)?

jafcru12

i really enjoyed listening to this lesson!

d

thank u so much it,s really good lesson :)

paiman

good job

ibrahim293

thank u lotsa!

ziya777

awesome!!!

legonia

thaank you jon

ajdabya

I really appreciated it!!!

eduardobra78

Thank you Jon, Well done !

jose84

Hi, Jon. I`m a teacher from Kazakhstan and thank you for your good lesson.These are good ways to explain students all the material. It`s so simple and understandable!!!!!Thank`s a lot!!!!!I enjoyed !

tamara

really good

Nasir

i really enjoy ur class jon, i bet u going to be a great and fun father. ty

david47

easy, very easy

rosin

u really made it east
thnx jon

tinny

thank you a lot teacher , my name is jamal , In yemen .arabic

jamal

How Can I change(shape)… my shape

jamal

4 out of 4
thanks jon

sunsoli

Mr. I’m very enjoy about your lesson.. thanks a lot…

Fadhlon

this is cool! i’ve been looking for something that could help me in learning expressions to use when giving directions. is there more? especially if you’re on the road?

jen

what i mean is are there more?

jen

But, what people need to learn, are the street corner directions: Is this the Southwest corner? How do you know, from there, how do they get to the next place, and turn left on the NorthEast corner?

Josh

Thank you so much for your marvelous lessons.:) I just would like to make sure that I could use ‘make right/left’ instead of ‘turn right/left’. Actually, I’ve heard lots of people saying ‘make a left and go straight’. I would appreciate it if you could reply me when you have time.

bmilie

I’m the best student here ever hehehehe

joserosilbr

The lesson is very important because we
all have to move to places we don’t know.

Thank you teacher.

James

Thx so much it’s also useful

Peter

usefull!!! thank you..

majo

Thanks for every good lessons.
I’ll learn more by the video from this website….:-)

PPOP

Thanks for every good video..:-)

PPOP

Jon, Thank you so much.

sovannaranou

Thanks Jon

thuy

mmmmm….I’ve got 75…. hehehehe

HARDI SAPTONO

You are such a good teacher

Naima

If I want to ask about certain building, what should I say? “How can I get to ten Main street?” Is it write?
And how can I say about a building on, for example, 6th avenue? “How can I get to nine hundred sixth avenue?” Is it write?
Please, answer both questions.

orangelass

thanks engvid

rohit

you’re a great teacher .. thanks so much :))

nouffahad

you are fantastic, jon… thank you

titi

thanks so much

fawzieh

Relly, Thank yu Jon, u r good

Hany Amen

It’s very hard for me to give directions.I’m hoping to try after this video.Thanks,

suffiah44

Hi Jon,

Thank you so much for this helpful lesson. Go ahead

locdy

thanks Jon.it was a really very nice lesson.

shaan33

LOL that stupid face like a completely lost person was funny! Nice lesson, thank you Jon

sgmmm

thank you too much for this lesson jon, finally, I can understand how to say directions :) thanks again and you’re so funny ;)
grettings from Mexico

carmen912

Hey, that lesson was great. I think we all need to improve so many things in English and listening to a native speaker is great.

erik123

ehhh 75 %…..sorry. thanks was helpfull

alpido24

Your hat is cute ;-) Thank you for your lesson, Jon!

Happy04

A very practical video. Many thanks!

TeacherIgor

thank you very much teacher!

ameghnas

thank you Jon .could you tell me how use this site for speaking ?

saeedian

Thank you for your lesson.

bummia

Thank you for your lesson , I got 100%

Hussein Ali Baqir

John!It’s a pleasure watch your video.

Iamhere.

Thanks EngVid.

Iamhere.

Thank you Jon!!!

pavanut2

It was very helpful muchas gracias

habid15@pthsd.net

It was a nice lesson! thanks

striker

Very interesting, I’ll practice and I’m sure I’ll improve with your helpful video. Thanks!

cristina

Thanks Jon!!!!!!

hugo1679

Great lesson! Thanks John!

Isaias Menezes Silva

thank you Jon for this useful lesson
best regards

haider j touma

thanks jon!

luoyong6

Oh my i Just disvered your Channel, i always saw ronnie and James videos,i like your way to say jokes. I dont understand a lot your face when you mentioned your wife!?!?

oscar1918

This lesson correct my mistake… Thanks a lot

Shameem521

Sorry.. This lesson corrected my mistake

Shameem521

Thanks a lot,Jon

Han Zhang

Very interesting, thank you Jon

Sunny Muffin

Thank you, teacher Jon.

rodrigorojo2000

Thanks a lot! Is “Drive” one of the names for road?

ty13

Thanks!

shihai182

Hello jon thank you

Hajizadeh1361
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