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143 COMMENTS

Hello Gil.
Thank for this lesson .
Does ” think twice” mean to consider all the possibilities before making a decision.
Is “thinking” as a noun can be used . eg ” this is my thinking”
Thank you for you answer in advance.
See you

tsamp

    We rather say this is my way of thinking.

    epamynondas

    Of course Think twice means to think again and again or to think out are counted same in the meanings. You can also say ” Think hundred time before taking decision.

    Zafar Ali Khan

Thanks.

Jay Wu

    Great lesson, I wonder if can use these phrasal verbs when writing. I hope someone answers my question.

    Nabil

Thank you

ITengineer

Thank you very much Gill!!
We all think you’re a great teacher ;)

knopfler86

    los españoles no piensan son bien pendejos. sorry but its true

    armando.vald

Thank you Gill !

Ronald

Teacher Gill!!
Thank you so much for your teaching.
I will think over and over your lesson.
Take good care of you ^.^

Jolly Jolly

Please more lessons like this! Thanks!)

vovchick

Thanks,Ms.Gill. This video has more benefit for me. I’m just start studying English,so I’ll be waiting for your new video. Thanks again

iceseasan

thank you , it is very helpeful for me to distinguish between verb + through or up or ahead or out

aouatef23

Hello Gill,
thank you so much for your great lesson!As always your film unit was brilliant! By the way I’ve got a question for pronunciation of the indefinite article “a”. Sometimes I can hear the pronunciation (eɪ) similar to “s/ay”. I think it is more British English.
It would be very nice if you can give me a note.
Thanks a lot!
All the best
Bernd

Denkzeichner

    Hello Bernd — thanks for your question. The indefinite article ‘a’ can be pronounced in two different ways: (1) the example you give, rhyming with ‘say’, or (2) ‘uh’ as in ‘fun’. It’s more usual to use the second one, as ‘a’ is a relatively small word and people skip over it quickly (eg ‘a fact’). But I often hear people like TV journalists using the first way, probably for clarity and emphasis, as it’s a longer vowel sound. I hope this helps :-)

    Gill

      Hello Gill, I am so happy you had the opportunity to answer me. Yes, you helps me a lot! Thank you very much!
      Happy Easter! The Lord bless you!
      Bernd

      Denkzeichner

Gill, you are a wonderful teacher, when you explain something I understand immediately, your lessons are very helpful! Have you a nice day!

Jacy

thanks.

Luisa Ruschel

Hi friends,this my skype ah-hakim
feel free to add me end lets have improve our English together :):)

ABDO.KIM

hi Gill , thank you so much for your great lesson it was very helpeful for me .

AkramYanis

very helpful lesson
Thank you very much!

Vivimi

thank you Gill. Excellent!

talhazien

Certainly this lesson is useful,particularly the expressions you introduced, thanks a lot Gill.

Maliban

Thanks Gill! I think you are an excellent teacher, but also that you are as sweet as a mom…! 🌹

lucascotti

Great Class, thanks Gill.

Marlidom

Thanks so much.

VietNam1984

Thank you very much Gill
you are a Great teacher

A.morsy

Thanks , I like your way.

Hala1411

Thank you Gill, your lesson is very essential for me I think back to start learning english .

Ukrit

Thank you. Nice lesson.

cafeconaroma

I’m really content with all the things here,nice job Gill and thank you for all your efforts Engvid…

ibrahim41

Thanks Gill. It was helpful for me.☺️

flower2015

Thanks a lot. I think, that was a useful lesson for me.

Dzhuliya

Thanks a lot gill ..can you help MS gill how can i compare between it and american

MO Alshibli

Thanks a million teacher Gil.

Ronaldo Ramos

Thank you for another great lesson!

sunhoek

One million thanks GILL

osmanli kamel

Thank you so much, my lady, for your very nice explanation!
And, it feels good to have 10/10 in the Quiz! :3

Mohammed Ghaith

Very helpful lesson Gill, thank you very much! Goodbye and take care!

Nzr1940

good lesson

CART

I`m gratefull for your work Thanks!!)

Nikolla

Hello Gill! Thank you for this lesson, it was really interesting.

Aleachi

Very important lesson.
Bundle of thanks Gill.

Zafar Ali Khan

    hi zafar,how are you? hey i have a question for you. bundle of thanks is the same than thanks a lot?

    armando.vald

      I am fine, thanks.
      Yes, bundle of thanks means lot of thanks or thanks a lot.

      Zafar Ali Khan

very good lesson gill thanks i consider that the word think its very very versatile.

armando.vald

thank you Gill. GOOD JOB!

MIDINAJI

Thank you so much, teacher.

Fabyo.js

Great lesson to learn, thanks a lot…
Would you mind explaining the different usages of
” CONCERN ” in English?

junaidchithari

Thank you Gill.

Menghan

Thank you Gill . very interesting lesson !

Miramis

Thank you for this lesson!

girenkonastia

9 of 10. Everythings is ok )

konel

thanks gill you are my favorrite teachear

ameca

Great lesson, Gill. Thanks!

Júlio César L Sousa

very nice teaching . thanks

smart003

10/10 thanks Gill

Hannah.Truong

i did not see video

Ron Brilliant

I’d like to improve my English language day by day!

Thank you for your help……………………

Richard

I don’t understand English to English , is it possible to learn through Marathi or Hindi language

Ravikumar10

Thank you…

rungruny

Thank you very much Gill. See you!

Lucia Loan

thank you

abdulpeer111

Hello Gill, do you know a very good british english grammer/vocabulary/idioms book?

Oliver

    Hello, Oliver! One of the most famous English grammar is “In Use”, by Cambridge University Press. I like it very much. Another Engvid teacher (James) has already suggested it too. Bye!

    Eduardo França

Thanks for your nice program. I am new here and really need your kind assistance!

Hashimi1

You got 7 correct out of 10. i think that is good mark thank you mother gill

raouf love english

Very useful one.Thank you very much.

TEJALKK

Great lesson, it was so helpful for me.
Thank you so much!

cfbargeri

Good. 90.

arthurkomiyama

Sometimes it’s best not to think twice before you speak, but speak from the heart. In other circumstances it’s best to think like a Machiavelli…..

Canardo

Thank you, Gill

Rozenn

The first time i go to this web. very iteresting. Thanks. I want to make friend with you. My email: phamductoanbdcc@gmail.com. Thanks.

phamductoan

Thanks Gill#>>>very useful I hope that someday my accent be like yours

joory-99

This is abdishakur,
thanks gill for your clear explanetion. I’m requesting you to explan me the ward although thanks agin

Abdishakur Abdi

This lesson has more benefit for us, By the way it is excellent. We have had a bit a sunshine in Turkey. Keep in touch. See you again. Also, this lesson is thumbs up!

polathan

– Good luck Joey!
– Chandler, I don’t need luck. I have thought this through.
(Friends, season 5 episode 23)
They are in theme :-)

Marko Seniura

This lesson was very interesting. I really liked it, thanks so much.

David

Hi Gill, i thank you for the lesson, very helpful!

lemp23

I think that I improved my skills! Thanks.

Sidney

Thank you so much.

Abdulrahman55

Thank you so much Gill!

Frances2

Thank you so much…

wangrenxing

thanks

Rodrigo Ribeiro

Thanks Gill! You’re one of my most favourite teacher here (by the way did I write it correctly?). I have one question about this lesson. What’s the difference between to think through and to think over?

reokat

I got 4 out 10 I need to improve

rafaelfranca8284

think of vs think about

Could you please give me some details? Sometimes, I cannot decide how I can use them ??

I have been thinking of you (or thinking about you)

Can Engin

    Hi, Can! Well, as far as I could understand, we use “to think of” to express an opinion about something. For example, “What do you think of my new car?”. On the other hand, we use “to think about” when we need to reflect about something. For instance, “I like thinking about my life”.

    Eduardo França

      me too,I want to thanks

      KARTAL

I’ll use this lesson everyday, very good… very useful… thanks for this!

Sandro Gomes

Hello Gill ! YUPii 10 out of 10 that’s terrific for my first lesson . . I am on my way . I feel really pleased to find such wonderful teacher good simplifying things a lot . . I am happy I feel motivated to move on another course of you :)
Take good care of you Gill

elourrat

Thanks for this lesson, Gill!

There are so many peculiar details and uses of “think” in English, something I’ve never imagined (“thought” would be cliche here :-)!

Fabio Cicerre

Thank you, Gil.
I like you lessons and I like this web-site. But I think I need some practice in speaking. If anyone has the same problem I would be glad to talk. My skype romka198810. Be free to call.

RomaVoytyuk

Thank you for a such useful lesson! have discovered a few new meanings of “think”.

Olga Anosova

    Hi, do you speak all that languages? Congratulation

    dfantauzzi769

Your voice is very elegant. So I enjoyed your lesson. Thank you for your teaching. I’ll do my best for studying English.

sniky012

Thanks Gill! I’m impressed by your pronunciation |ʌ| instead of [ei] for the indefinite article. I’ve never heard the indefinite article to be pronounced this way. I’ll use your way.

alfred74

    Sorry, I meant [ə] not [ei]

    alfred74

Thank for this lesson.

reginaldo.agmar

thanks gill . I try to come here and watch the videos evverday.

willmer

Thank you Gill!’Think’ is simple word, however we can use ‘think’ in many ways!!!

akamusya

A special thanks to you and your colleagues for your useful lessons

Mohammad-jr98

thank you Gill :)))

bacchini.virginia

Hello, Gill! Congratulation on this lesson again! I will think it through! By the way, how can you guess all my doubts and explain them in your lessons before I ask you? That’s amazing!

Eduardo França

you gave me result quiz 60% so you’ve disappointed me.
i love all time {A} means perfect .

Muqbil1996

thank you

marc-arthur cange

Hi Gill Is it correct to write: He thinks or he think?

dfantauzzi769

thanks gill…Ilove you

maiada darwish

i’ve heard many times this word ” thought off” . But i could never its explanation on web. Then i’ve heard and learnt that ” ate off” and , its meaning is to eat something and finish it. Should i think about this word like this, by that i mean, thought off is i thought something or about very importand situation and reached a decide about that?

sebernet

Godo explanation,tanks.

Monica100

Hi, Gill
In the example sentence “what has he thought up now?”, can I say: “what does he think up now?” What’s the difference?
Thank you.

cuteceo

Hi, Mrs.Gill,Your lessons are really worth watching and valuable when put to practice.

syamnadh

thank you very much
see you later

alisam

10/10 Thanks for your time and very good lesson Gill.

Olga

I need to improve my speaking and listening. My level is beginner. Who cans help me ? I will be glad. I’m from Ukraine. My lunguage is Russian and Ukranian. Thanks. Skipe Artur2897

Arthur123

i am thinking my current way to learn english over, and maybe i will choose one of online class later.
thank teacher Gill for exciting lesson

jelly.quater15

Many thanks. Great work!

Dinesh

thank you

tdomek

THANKS GILL I HAD A PROBLEM WITH THIS WORD SOMETIMES I USE IT WRONGLY BUT NOT I KNOW HOW I USE IT CORRECTLY

Robson 10

Thank you Gill, I love your lessons.
I was thinking back when I was a child. I wanted to become a English teacher

Marmelo

Thank Gill, I have 9 out of 10

nickandr

thanks a lot!

George Boxing

Thanks for the useful lesson !

Kuzel

Hello Gill!
Thank you for this lesson! I like your rythm of speaking, your examples are very clear and you are so “sympatic”? Excuse me, please, i don’t know if the word is correct in English…

Tina1314

Very good lesson ! Thank you, Gill ! :)

Vadeg80

I think Gill is an excellent teacher.

jlg234bob

Alexis González Velázquez. Las Tunas. Cuba

Great! Professor Gill.
It reminded me teaching verbs with prepositions. That´s the way I implement my teaching, but I expected to hear something regarding the use of THINK as part of the communicative function ‘Expressing uncertainty’ because in dealing with scientific information, especially in research papers defense, using I think might imply lack of consistency or empirical explanations or something you imagen without scientific support. Anyway Iam impressed with your knowledge and mastery of the language so as the way you convey your message goal. I’d like to become your student, your friend. I am really learning in this site. Thanks

yaima86

Very usefull thanks

Milad7

Hi Gill,
could you please check this phrase if it is correct or not?
I am thinking to watch again the video of this lesson to understand it precisely, because my score is 80% only, and i still having some confusion.
Thanks in advance .

hassouna

Very useful lesson,Gill. You are a great teacher.
I’ve heard some ways to say you have to think more about something.
“I’ll have to put on my thinking hat”
“I need to do some thinking.” Are there any others
that you know of? I’d love to learn more “idioms”
like these.
I thank you again for your lessons. You are so
polite and tender. Thank you very much,again.

Sonia1234

very educative. but ‘i had to think’ means?

DamN

You got 10 correct out of 10.
I love this number

KARTAL

Thank you Gill. It was a very useful lesson, however, like your other lessons.

Prioza

Thank you Gill. The lesson is really well thought out.

Yc S

Thanks gill so much for your lesson

Yarg

Thank you Gill, I got 10 correct out of 10.

Jun Shao

thank you very much Gill

nabil abuamr

i studied in Decartes university in paris :D

FarizaSl

thanks and i did 30/10

mohamed ibrahim fanah

Soooo much mercy for all your help lesson

Maryam2019

Thanks a lot Ms. Gill.

Alex-1956
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