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41 COMMENTS

100 :). Thank you so much !

Annie

Hi Rebeca, I loved your class!!! You are awesome!!

edi wilson

I appreciate your help

Elamain

Thank you Rebecca

airsidesafety

Your the best teacher. You accent is good Ms. Rebecca. Thank You for all the lesson. Can you make a lesson on Future Perfect or Future Perfect Continues. I am confused about these 2 tenses. Thank You!

AlvinCanada

Thank you rebecca i look forward to meeting you in person 🤗

Tariq Ahmed

thanks a lot my dear teacher

abdulafh

very nice thanks u so much

shabilachughtai

I got 9/10 so i wrong at 4th question, but i confused when i always think i choose: I look forward to meet you in person that is correct, I don’t think: I look forward to meeting you in person, because after to must infenitive verb, please tell me, thank you so much

nguyen van long

I´m watching your videos in Youtube, really great !!!

Evhe

Thanks

Roberto

I love the English Quiz

Karencousins331

I need to pass my GED so this English Quiz will help me

Karencousins331

Thank you very much for your lesson, Rebecca. We really appreciate it.
We look forward to watching your next video very soon!!
Thank you ;)

knopfler86

thank you🌺🌺

mehdisharifi

I really appreciate it and thank you a million times.

DavyJones33

Thank you so much so clear to me

Virgie2014

It was so nice. Thank you Rebecca.

rbalbinofigueira

Thank you very interesting lesson.

jimkiskisol

Rebecca. Thank you so much for having these great English videos on You tube. I have learned so much with them. I have an English tutor and adding these lessons to my learning is been very helpful. I had tremendously increment my vocabulary. Thank you so much! Be well! Maria

MENGLearner

It was my first test online. 90% for being excited!

Thank you!

MENGLearner

Thanks for the lesson, very helpful, can I ask one questions?
– I often heard that English people would say “Cheers” in the end of a confernece call meeting, could you please help to explain about the usage of this word in a con-call meeting?

Leon1999

Thank you!!

Nilton Valentini

Very usefull

Mputu

Very usefull

Mputu

Hi Rebecca. I accessed Engvid after a long time, even though I often watch your videos on YouTube. I must share with you and Engvid users the gratitude I have for this website. I started visiting Engvid around four years ago when I was learning the language, and I needed to improve it to get a better job. Now, I can proudly say that after watching the videos series speak like a manager, I became one or at least a leader in my company. I am pretty sure that Engvid played a crucial role in my career. I am a big fan of the way you, all, teach. Thanks for this amazing job. I wanted to share my experience because I know it might be useful feedback for you and users accessing this online education platform.

Of course, I will continue learning from all of you.

Thanks and cheers!

Albeiro Ruiz

thanks a lot!!!

Mariomolero

Thank you very much for your time. I really apprecite it.

masalasc

I really appreciate it, it was nice

Seif Eldawla

I very much appreciated the lessons thank you.

lafileuse

Hi Rebecca, thank you for this lesson. It helps me a lot and other people who want something more to learn.:)

Annief

Thank you very much, Madam, I learned lots of new things. love from Sri Lanka.

Tihara Shamoshi

good lesson, Thanks for your time Rebecca.

karthika karunakaran

I really enjoyed and of course loved watching your videos Rebecca. Thank for being our teacher.
Our school teacher just wanted to end the syllabus and that particular chapter is over.

aayui

Thank you!

Lillyrose

Very appreciated your lesson

Beaches@67

thank you for your learning gifts!

Dr.mohamed abdallah

Thank you so much

Aligamer

Hi Ms.Rebeca,
I’ve being watching your videos for a while. They’re very helpful for English learners community like me. I’m working on my accent and writing skills especially when writing emails, I always get confuse when to use therefore, thus,although in business email. Please help. Thank you.

Marie KG

I’ll appropriate all of these advises. Thanks.

achubak79

Thaks a lot Rebecca.

jairoeli
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