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Could you make a app for mobile phones?

masoud2040

    thanks Emma and the Engvid team members. it’s very useful and helpful for me. by the way, how can I add you in facebook and twitters.

    Corbin

    I want to improve my English with you…:) my skype account is ana.ana2079

    Ana Ana

      improve with me if u want corradogenoa

      corradocardano

    please need you contact number, your lessons are wonderful

    justin okpalaobi

Thanks Emma, i like that tutorial so much

i want to practice my Speaking and my Skype is
“waeladam”

Thanks

waeladam

can you tell me how I get my handwriting improved, dear mam ?

khaledkokoo

Hi Emma. Thanks! Great lesson!

I got 9 of 10.
Is this question 6 correct? “Secondly, most importantly, above all, for example, such as, therefore, then

simara2013

    I think they are transitions, but the answer of quiz is wrong. But I’m not sure about it. I got 9/10 too.

    claudio77

    congrats

    tohaxxx

    Hey there.

    fanos945

    Hi Simara. I also have the same question as you had. It was not given in her lecture about slang words. So i picked transitional words instead. I really think it is correct. Thanks for listening. God bless.

    Renebon

    same here!

    Igor

“Secondly, most importantly, above all, for example, such as, therefore, then ” are all considered slangs?

simara2013

    Simara, I think there is an mistake about that question, these words are not slangs. These are transitions words. I kiss from Argentina. I hope see you in the soccer world cup 2014. Bye

    josedelgado

    Definitely not. All this words are transitions for sure. The answer is wrong.

    danielssoares

    I am also very confuse? Need clarification, why are they slang?

    NewDream

    I´m going to Brazil 2014!, to the 2014 FIFA World Cup!. I´m exciting!, A huge Siamara.

    cheinganso

    you are ok

    JAMESSS

    Oh!
    Calm down, people.
    Don’t argue with the teacher!
    Just try using these words like slang:))))

    catfelix

am very very poor in this test i got 4/10.

thiru099

    Hi Thiru, just try to watch the video again. I’m sure if you watch it again and pay attention, you will get better. Cheers!

    fabiohscampos

Thanks a lot! and yet quiz#6 ..still don’t get it. Slang? such as slang like I’ve never heard before :)

moonlit70

Looks like the answer of quiz 6 should be “Transitions” according to this video!

cougar8701

great lesson. Thanks

vinglish

According the question six, secondly is not a transition word, it isn’t?, thanks.

josedelgado

Thank you so much ma’am emma ! i learn a lot ..
Thanks for your tutorial

jessavillamayor23

thanks. great time with this perfect teacher .

atiyyah

Thanks Emma
Question: You’ve pronounced “Cohesion” as “ko-ki-gin” but in google translation it is “ko-he-gin.”
What is the difference? Please explain.
Thanks again

rilomo

    BrE / kəʊhiʒn /
    AmE / koʊhiʒn /

    poslegg

      ما فهمت شو كتبت؟

      rilomo

        Rilmo you have to understand

        jeffri

youtube is filtered in my country. can you please provide download links from other server for the lessons?

msmtg

    I’m sorry, you’ll have to use a proxy or VPN to get around the filter!

    engVid Moderator

hi Emma. Thanks for this great lesson. but i didn’t understand why secondly, then, such as are slang? explain please.

ganbashir15

to improve my speaking skill i have to practice more and don’t worry about mistakes that make me better. Anybody, who is interested to talk with me through skype, special who knows english and wants to learn russian and vietnamese. may i help you)

daogiauvang

    Russian, are you kidding me?))

    poslegg

      P.S. I do not want to offend. just noticed it.

      poslegg

        sorry i made spam on this page) i have lived in russia for 6 years) this is no short)

        daogiauvang

find me “daogiauvang” on skype

daogiauvang

i have lived in Russia 6 years)

daogiauvang

hi i would like to contact “emma” teacher and if any one can help me it would be very nice

tohaxxx

Dear Ema, here is my question after watching your video… i often hear this phrase.
try to call him may be he pick up …so here it is advice or what ? correct me if i am wrong

jean85

some more confused sentences …
please try to read it tomorrow ……here advice
i tried reading the book but it was so boring.??
correct me if i am wrong

jean85

Hi Emma,

Thanks heaps for this lesson.

Could anyone explain how to tell route or direction to some place in native English?

yuvakrish

thank u but i want an example on real videos about that like acting some thing about it

sami45

wow! this is really helped me thanks ……

anabey

    Hi Anabey, I’m Jack and nice too meet you.

    tancannot

thanks

amin80

Thank you.

pafsilipoclub

Thanks Emma
this lesson is one of the best lessons!
thanks

brala

THHHHHHHHHANKS EMMA
I GOT 9 CORRECT OUT OF 10
I’M HAPPY

fayrouz13

    can we became friends Fayrouz

    reemahmed12

Thank you

vinayankollam

i wanna improve my English by talking on skybe — any one here can help ??

ahmedelbaz

i got 8

kumar660665

please, could you tell me the difference between comma and semicolon

amin80

Emma you explain so much ok, I have to practice so much but I learned a lot of things with you

viedmon

:) I got 9 but I’m sure n. 6 is wrong. Very interesting lesson. thanks.

crissi

    You’re right

    thanhthuy28395

i need practice in speaking. If anyone like to talk on skype. Address is gurwinderboparai02

gurwinderboparai02

thank u ……..for this lesson

anjalisingh

yes, there’s something wrong with question 6. Interesting lesson though.

gallegos2000

    Nihao

    tancannot

Hello Mam,
thank you so much for lesson.
Dear Mam could you explain ordering of sentence …

poonamkhangwal

thanks Emma

reemahmed12

Hello Emma!
I ve go a question for you:)
What’s the difference between these sentences:
“You will help me”
“You will be helping me”
Is the first one less strong?
I’m looking forward to getting your answer.

giggler

Awesome ….. I need a episode about some important English roots.

engymehany

Dear Emma.
I really love your lessons.
I wonder if you have any plans for teaching
” countries and cities pronounciation”
something like Munich , Berlin, Moscow…
It would be great if you could do this. Thanks. Have a great day.

jinhee

pronunciation.sorry.

jinhee

hey Emma.how are u?i hope u wil be fine.i really like ur teaching style.i m satisfied from ur english lecturer…so my request for u is dat plz give a lecture about passive voice and ative voice..i need to learnt it plz…i wil be more thankful to u for this kind of act.thnks EMMA..bye tc.

ramazankhan

Thank you this is a great help.

kalanka

It was very helpful. In the question two appears two times the should word. You can fix it if you want, thanks for your help.

josedelgado

What is the meaning of “slang”? thanks

fab8

    Very informal words and expresions commons in spoken language, especially used by a particular group of people, for example; criminals, teenagers, etc.

    pepesandoval10

It was a very good topic. Thanks Emma.

wiltoncleiton

thanks, this will be a great help for ielts preparation.

rsandres13

Hi! I would like to point out that the answer 6 is wrong. I strongly think that they are transitions instead of slang.

cannaleon

thank you very much for all advice
I am not convinced about the answer of the sixth question of the quiz, is it really slang and not transitions?

hercules300

Thanks so much!I find your lesson very useful! I I get 9 out of 10. The answer for question 6 cannot be slangs. It must be transitions.

phunglethuy

Hi emma, im planning to take the ielts exam on aug.29,2013….i need your help on my speaking practice…i need a tutorial….hopefilly we can skype very soon.tnx

ana may

Thank you very much Mr’s Emma for these amazing tips

Marwan

Thank you. I got 9, the question No.6 is wrong. But i think the words:Secondly, most importantly, above all, for example, such as, therefore, then.
Are not slang.Please explain?

hashime10

I got an 8 out of 10. But I a still confused about the question no. 6.

sanusaya

thanx emma ,,, i got 6 out of 10

abedrhman

i got 8

Mohsen1986

If answer to Question#:6 wasn’t wrong, I could get 10. Whereas I got 9.

Thank you Emma
it was wonderful lesson

Alizada

Great ;) Emma, I like the way how you teach us..i guess i need to improve my english,,, i can read and understand a little bit….

pancho

When i read a book i understan like 75% but when i try to speak it s hard ,because i never use my english words…:(

pancho

Another good one, thanks Emma, just check the quiz, i guess theres something wrong in there., my english teacher Emma is exceptionally talented… :)

ahamedhussain

Hi Emma,

I confuse about the answer of this Quiz. I think it should be the transitions. How about you ?

6. These words: Secondly, most importantly, above all, for example, such as, therefore, then
are examples of __________.

slang
thesis statements
key words
transitions

Thank you so much

Nopp

thanks a lot!

pasha@doc

Hey there , I always wanted to get informed about the recent videos added on Eng(as English)Vid(as Video).com ;) How is that possible Moderator ?

amir from Iran

thanks alot . I`m history !

amir from Iran

Thanks Ms Emma

I am very happy to watch this lesson,got 90%

Abdul Qayum

Thank you so much for these tips .. it is very useful .

aseel2013

thanx 7/10

samiomer

That was great lesson, thank you.

yasser1969

6. “Secondly, most importantly, above all, for example, such as, therefore, then ” are all considered as Slangs ???

But its Transitions correct?. Please advice Emma..!!! Thanks – Ganesh

ganeshraj

Thank you Emma for all the advices. Very useful video.

NAOUFEL. B

HI Teacher EMMA, i want to know if, during the IELTS speaking part, we are allowed to speak colloquial English like “wanna” “gonna” ? or no ?

Thanks EMMA in advance.

NAOUFEL. B

Wow im very happy i got 7/10 :D

siptas

Anybody wants to do speaking sessions via skype?

marcuspoleern

    yes. i want i have very low skills in speaking. I have speaking test on may 06. will you please suggest me

    dilipwonders

Thanks ..

Murad Refizade

Hi Emma, thanks a lot , you are amazing!!!Another question, is there any way to type my writing anywhere in order to be correct???

alessao

Hi emma, thank you very much,i want to learn how to write a good paragraph.
.
.
thanks again ☺

Abderrazak

Hello there! i have just encountered the mistake in the quiz – Q6. These words: Secondly, most importantly, above all, for example, such as, therefore, then
are examples of __________.

these words are not examples of slang,but they are transitions.or am i wrong?

Allusion25

    You’re right. Transitions should be correct answer ;)

    galileoaskan

    It was surprising for me too.I need some body explain it.

    Israel

      me too.

      Soei

Thank you Emma for your useful instructions

falah tawfeeq

What does the result of your quiz indicate?

falah tawfeeq

Thank you Emma. Your lesson is quite useful to me.

NIRUPAMA

so how to get Emma lesson ? please tell me

Anees Ahmad

i have speaking exam on may 06.How should i prepare.still now i did not prepared for speaking module.Will you please help me in this test.Please suggest me how to success in this module.

dilipwonders

s Secondly, most importantly, above all, for example, such as, therefore, then
are examples of ______????

wevmat

you are very cleaver teacher Emma i really want to talk god save you

rashad yehya

GOD Bless You, Dear Emma!!

Rohan Raj

I think , “transitions” is the correct answer to question number 6 :) ,it has nothing to do with “Slang”

galileoaskan

9 out of 10, there is a problem in question no 6.
Thanks.

Bashar

I do not know why i always get 9 out of ten in all of exams on this website
maybe 9 number wants to contract with me?
I wish it comes on my paper exam in academic ielts :D

reza1988

Secondly, most importantly,
above all, for example, such as, therefore, then alot aren’t transitions?

123e

Thanks!

Iamhere.

Amandhiman27 add me skype for speaking practice

Aman Dhiman

Thank you

WANG SENG JONG

I got 9 out of 10. In the other test i got 8 out of 10 so i have been improving :) … i will study harder……

omuar

Thank you indeed, it is very useful

AMA

Thanks))

Vusal

wow.!!got 9 also 10 probably here is some programming mistake,what ever I enjoyed it and it’s help me to increase my Knack :)

noman abdulla

emma the answer question number 6 should transition the computer doing mistake

chakim hamzah

thanks Emma

mina mohammadi

The lecture was so interesting and informative as well. Thanks a lot Emma!!

binujohn

one more emma the computer machine has wrong input for correct answer number 6.it should be transitions.

chakim hamzah

..Dear Emma,

I’m just curious about question 6. I believe those words are what we call Transition words. Is that right? Or is it really considered as a slang words?

Yukinaruzegawa

can i get EMMA’s cell NO?

Ibraribroo

    No.

    engVid Moderator

Hi Ms. Emma, I have a doubt with regards to the answer about question no. 6, I thought those were transitions

at09@engvid

Anyway, thanks for the video…

at09@engvid

no 6’s answer is slang??? Like seriously???

riyadhzuhdi

How question 6 is slang?

babubrt

Thanks Emma
Nice class !!!!

edwin oviedo

useful class

georgeokosu

Emma, is answer for # 6 correct?

Mirabella

    Hi mirabella, I suppose there is a wrong answer for this question. I got 9 out 10 because of this kkkk. Definitely the correct answer is “transitions”

    Humberto Dantas de Matos

    @mirabella
    would you like to practice speaking?

    Rezwan ali

Hi dear Emma
First of all I want to say tank you for your attempt to make your students’s English improvement,
Second I think there is a lack of a lesson which be contain the procedur of describing event that they happen in the time. I mean describing event in whole times for example p&pp&now&fututre&…

Israel

Hi Emma, could you team develop a mobile app which covers all these videos?
You might get money from that :))

leminhtien279

Hey Guys, I believe there’s something wrong with the answer of question 6. I answered transitions, And the correct answer were marked as “slang”.

Humberto Dantas de Matos

What if I speak longer than 2 minutes, will I get lower score?

Turbold Ts

Great lesson,thanks

Samet4

Hi dear Emma.
The answer of the question 6 is wrong.
Secondly, most importantly, above all, for example, such as, therefore and then are transitions not slangs !
I think you know that ! :) :) just kidding.
Of course you know that.

Mohsen Barati

8/10. Thank you teacher. I could watch easily ! very useful.

Soei

Hi Emma. I really love your lessons. You´re one of my favourite teacher ;)

oscarpanzutto

i got 9/10,if the 6th answer is transitions……
definitely i will get 10/10

manoj manthri

Secondly, most importantly, above all, for example, such as, therefore, then
these are the examples of transitions, aren’t they?
I found the correct answer is slang in the quiz, why?

noor444

I got 7 out of 10 … :(

Juliyet

thanks Emma and the Engvid team members. it’s very useful and helpful for me

prince2088

VERY GOOD LESSON EMMA .

IF SOMEONE WANT TO SPEAK ENGLISH (PRACTICING) WITH ME , PLEASE CALL ON MY SKYPE : MONZIR93@HOTMAIL.COM

monzirume

incredible lesson,you went through from point to point in very detail so that i understood them all.you always like that,introduct useful lesson, well-structured lecture and instill ideas very very clearly.you are the best definitely Emma.
Thanks a million.
All best to you in life.

Hoai Manucians

i have to need more improvement in the this test i got 6/10 score that is average

intoxcated007

no emma , answer to no.6 is ” transitions” not slang !!!

racha.m

Thanks, Emma.Good lesson.I got 90, but I found it difficult to define slang.

nickandr

Thank’s Emma. Very informative questions.But I got 90. Could you please clarify no. 6 answer. Is it really belongs to slang words?

Jamir

Thank u Emma u are great teacher I like ur way u make it very simple and easiest .
Many thanks

Tonay

Thank you Emma :)

karthikkunala

Hi Emma, Please do you have Australian english teacher? Please, if you have Australian teacher, can you give me their contact?

bless emma

Great lesson. Keep it up

hkmukotami

I think there is a problem in the question number 6. Can you please check this?

MD. NADIM BHUIYAN

    Thank you for pointing that out! It should be fixed now.

    engVid Moderator

i had 100 %

dr.may1980

Thank you Emma

kheireddine007

Thank you so much dear Emma, I think this parts is similar to part 1 with a slight differences

Wahab

Thank you so much Emma :) and wish me luck, tomorrow is my IELTS Exams …

kokojam03

Thank you so much my dear Emma

ehgl1983

Yeaaahhh….. thank you so much… emma

ChimHQ

Thank you Emma.

Alex-1956

Yeah….Thank you miss Emma teacher I support your intelligence speaking test.

Mubo farah

thank you Emma

menatallah mohammed

thank you Emma

lordjabulani

Thanks Emma!!

edi wilson

May be!!!… joint all vocabulary possible of our past experiences as: places, persons, objects. And trying to speak in improvising way, no by memory… Emma, nice video, thanks!!!

HAVO

10/10! This is my first time to get full marks on IELTS lesson. Thanks, Emma! If I watched Emma’s video when studied at university, My English would be very well. But it isn’t late now!

Jerry Gu

thank you.

Mbuta51
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