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358 COMMENTS

Thanks Adam. Im dying to watch more your videos.

VietNam1984

    Frankly speaking, I wasn’t in the mood for making comments on today’s lesson,however I changed my mind after having watched the video.

    There were some expressions that I’d never used or rather heard before. They will definitely make my spoken English sound more natural.

    Superb lesson Adam!!! Thanks for all the effort you have put forward.

    Regino

    just dying for not dying to

    jeff150

Very nice vedeo! I use “want” all the time. Now i can change a little bit. ;)

JohnAlf

I think adam wants to eat a pizza, come on! go for it hahaha, thanks for your videos.

Ender

Hi Adam,
Thank you very much for preparing this interested lesson.
We have been waiting for your fantastic lesson about how to construct a noun, adverb and adjective clause.
Also, I would like to suggest one lesson about the book which is called (The Art of Styling Sentences). It is an outstanding book that can help us significantly. We will appreciate it.
http://barronseduc.com/0764147838.html
Thank you
Thiago from Brasil

LEARNER

    Thiago, Where can I find this book here in Brazil?

    Carlos Martinho

      Hi Carlos,
      I only recommend buying this book if you know very well what is:
      a noun, adjective and adverb clause
      Simple sentence
      Complex sentence
      Compound complex sentence
      It is very a good book for advanced English student. You can’t study this book without a teacher. I have suggested this lesson to Adam and I hope he can read it.
      Thiago

      LEARNER

    Looks good Learner. Thanks :) I’ll look into it.

    Adam

Hi,there.Only these lessons could hit the spot.I really feel like more vocabulary. Adam I have question?In quiz we use not only dying for,and dying to also.Is it right?dying for or dying to or both?Thank you a lot!!!

Rahatbek

    Hi Rahatbek,

    You are dying to do something (verb). I’m dying to go on vacation.

    You are dying for something (noun). I’m dying for a vacation.

    Meaning is the same, but form is different.

    Adam

      Thanks alot, sir

      Farouk

Thank you very much Adam!!!
I feel like watching more of your videos ;)

knopfler86

“My kingdom for…” is an interesting expression! I have never heard of it. Thank you, Adam :) BTW I’m in the mood for sleeping now…hahaha ^^;

Happy04

    Sweet dreams Happy :)

    Adam

Hello Adam ,
My kingdom for a good mark. I failed the 4th question . I really felt like doing the best that I did wrong. That sucks.
Bye , thanks and carry on

tsamp

Thank you.Very usefull.8/10

abdal7

Thanks, Adam.
But I would like to ask:
‘opposed’ and ‘opposite’ what is the difference?
Thanks in advance.

Sophie

    Hi Sophie,

    Opposite means not ______.
    The opposite of good is bad (or not good).

    Opposite can also mean facing (he sat opposite me on the bus).

    Opposed means be against (he is opposed to hiring new staff).

    Does this help?

    Adam

      I’m opposed to listening another teachers excepting Adam :) It’s easy to listen you. Keep doing the same spirit!

      mavr

Well done,,thanks a lot

Waseem F

Thank you, Adam!
Thanks to this video I’m just in a good mood)

linochok

    I’m glad to hear it Linochok :)

    Adam

Great lesson, Adam! Thanks!
May I ask a question? Is there other meaning or use for “feel like” besides “wanting”?
I’ll appreciate your answer.
Jose.

Jlourenco38

    Hi Jlourenco,

    Yes, feel like can be used to compare something to something else to give a sense of the first feeling:
    I feel like a giant. (If I am standing in a kindergarten surrounded by little kids, I will feel very large)

    Or literally have the touch/feel of…:
    That material feels like silk (though it is not silk).
    A: What is that material? B: I’m not sure, but it feels like silk (guessing it is silk).

    Does this help?

    Adam

      Hey Adam!!

      Thank you very much for the reply. Helped a lot!! And congratulations for the great job at Engived!
      Jose.

      Jlourenco38

Thank you Mr. Adam

ayaskuz

I give my kingdom for watching more videos on engVid.

drluke

10.my kingdom for watching more videos on engVid. i scored 80% not bad.

andrewgalaban

I really want to study

LAKABUNG74

thanks Mr. Adam i appreciate it!

altonap

Great video. Thx.
But is 6 or 8 ways? I’m confused a little ;)

fazi78

    Good eye Fazi :)

    Looks like a little typo there. 8 it is.

    Adam

thank you very much.

laljan

hello every body, i would like to know more english people to practise my english :( , so! if anyone is interested … contact me :)
thanks Mr adam i appreciate it !

SIKAOUI Nesrine

    Hello there

    bashir-91

Thank’s Mr adam , it was an easy lesson

SIKAOUI Nesrine

Great and useful lesson. Thanks, Adam :)

byte

Thanks Adam.I am craving to see more videos on engvid.

yu423358812

Nice., Nice to hear your presentation all the times Dear Mr.Adam.. and the last one is going to be good when we use it in sentences I guess..
Thank you more much for your Nice Presentation again to here Adam..

Sivakumar

It was a very interesting lesson, Adam. Thank you!

Júlio César L Sousa

Interesting…..
I fond of these kind of topics….
Adam I just want to ask you, do you really like Falafel ???
It’s a Syrian food

reemabousaid

    That’s really nice question ask to Mr Adam like
    “Do you really like Falafel”?..

    Sivakumar

    Hi Reema,

    Actually, it’s one of my favourite foods :)

    I love Middle Eastern food in general.

    Adam

Thanks Adam, it’s a helpful lesson .

Maramsalem

Thanks, Adam. I feel like watching more videos.

Oleg11

Falafel is an Egyption too

Muhammad98

My kingdom for interesting english!

Mellon

thanks a bunch Adam it was a useful lesson maybe I am in the mood for other like this, false i have to be honest I am carving for much more..¡¡

Vicco

Nice video!

Vivisz

I give my kingdom for watching more videos on engVid.
score 90% :(

sawsiet

a very nice video thank you so much!!
does anyone want to practise English?? add me on skype: alexis.walker.mars

Alexis Murs

A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse! I can’t remember where this is from, but it’s a great saying.

Alex

    Shakespeare :)

    Indeed. I don’t have enough chances to use it, and that’s just a shame.

    My kingdom for a chance to quote the Bard ;)

    Adam

      I thought that “A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!” said Nutcracker. Adam and Alex, explain me, please, differences in pronunciation between “want” and “won’t” (sorry for my English).

      Kuramovoz

        My bad. Only Russian Nutcracker says “A horse! A horse! Half kingdom for a horse!”. He repeats King Richard.

        Kuramovoz

        Hi Kuramovoz,

        Try rhyming:

        want– font, haunt or the wan in wander
        the fon in fond, the pon in pond, etc.

        won’t– the bon in bone + t

        Hope this heps. Difficult to explain pronunciation in type ;)

        Adam

Wonderful lesson! Very important to expand vocabulary and go deeper in the language. Thank you.

Abhi

    Exactly Dude…

    Sivakumar

Thank you Adam. My kingdom for your lessons.

Elnar

    I really like this “My kingdom for your lessons”..
    Superb Ms.Elnar..

    Sivakumar

thx Adam! great video, i could go for more!

mwesten

thank u very much sir,you’re awesome,I really crave to watch your videos. anyway I appreciate.(Alex don’t be jealous :) )

saeedshariati

I was dying for your lesson, Adam. You are amazing!

Danddan

Thank you Adam, you are a great teacher. Please create account and community on website vk.com
It will be cool :)

Grinko Evgeniy

    Thank you Grinko. I will definitely look into that :)

    Adam

I want to speak like you Adam.. .
Why bcaz your speech is GREAT to hear all the times…

Sivakumar

    Thanks Sivakumar :)

    Adam

Thanks a lot, Adam

Rozenn

Thank you so much! It really usefull information!

DayanaB

wery cool lesson I love english expressions :)

daliamohamed

10 right out of 10! I feel like more quiz from you. thanks for your Vid :D

hoangtommy

Thanks dear teacher .

flower2015

I am dying for some strawberries right now.
Thank you for this interesting lesson, Adam. :)

Chloe.Lee

Hi Adam. Thank you so much for sharing this. I have a question. Can we say “A hamburger hits the spot”? or is using “would” necessary?

Maisy

    Hi Maisy,

    If you’re thinking to have one (but haven’t yet) then would is correct.

    If you just finished the hamburger, then you can say that burger hit the spot.

    Adam

      Is the sentence “whenever I feel hungry, a hamburger hits the spot” correct ?

      parul

      Thank you. Good point.

      misogun

Thanks, I crave to watch more your videos.

zhaoyanqiu

Hello Adam, since this is the first time I send you a message, first of all I would tell you that I’m improving a lot with your help.
About the current topic, just a doubt. I think the verb FANCY is used as WANT one, doesn’t it?
Thank you in advance and please keep teaching us
Best regards

Antonio Tenorio

    Hi Antnio,

    You’re absolutely right. I forgot about that one, but maybe it’s because it is not so common in North American English. It’s more of a British expression.

    Adam

Thanks, Adam! MY KINGDOM FOR ENGVID! :)

fadirra

Even my king for a block of black chocolate, Adam.
Kingdoms are more interesting with a queen :-D

Antonella

    Indeed Antonella :)

    Adam

Thank you Adam, your lesson is essential right.

Ukrit

Tnx, Adam!! xxx

Siusi

Hi teacher, is ok if I ask: “up for a pizza”?

PuddingPillai

    Hi Pudding,

    Yes. That’s a good expression too, but mostly for asking:

    Are you up for …?

    It’s also about an activity more than an action or a thing. If you say “are you up for a beer?” it’s more about going to the bar than the actual drink.

    Hope this helps.

    Adam

Hit the spot is most funny.Thanks.

achubak79

Thanks a lot

raed baraka

I have felt interesting in all of your lessons Adam. I am craving for your new video :D

David Nguyen

Thank you Mr. Adam! My kingdom for more useful and interesting videos from you.

Felipe Torres

hi Adam i m carving your lessons because it sticks in my mind very quickly

gayan harshana

My kingdom for Adam!!! ;)

vagnofernandes

My kingdom for more videos like this.

Carlos França

It’s was very good lesson Adam. Thanks

Eliane Suman

Thanks adam¡¡

jmanuelsi

I am craving to watch your lesson about hokkey.

Ania Pe

    I’ll see what I can do Ania :)

    Adam

      I will hope.

      Ania Pe

Great lesson Adam. Thank you. I’d like to see some more videos like that, about different forms of saying the same thing.

mimoraes

Great lesson!!!

LEARNER

Thanks for instructions. I have to repeat it.

kaeferaufstand

Thanks for your video

KM nick

Great job Adam! My kingdom for the Papa John’s pizza!

Kairat Tabynov

Very nice this site and this teacher !

Thais Dino

thank’s

houssam.ing

I got 9 correct of 10 questions. I’d like to see more videos.

Maun Govillian

It’s interesting

Thanks Adam!

yuchenglee1

Thanks a lot . Its really a great help for me and now dying to watch your other lessons.

mahboobamehnaz

Merciiii señor Adam That was a really a kool lesson :)
Well…I feel like learning Russian xD I think this sentence works ♡♥

Rena jackson

    It does Rena :)

    Adam

Very easy to understand , nice lesson teaching..

Sundnz97

Thank you mister Adam so much, I have been watching your lessons since 2013 and I improved much because of you my teacher.Husam

Husam Hamhum

Hello Adam, great lesson! Why transcripts on youtube are incomplete? On the site EngVide should have transcripts of the lessons, it helps a lot!

Dagseoh

    YouTube video descriptions have a character limit, so often we can’t fit the whole thing in! Lots of people have requested downloadable transcripts, it’s coming :)

    engVid Moderator

Thanks a lot, I really feel like this video

Tran Thi Gia Ngoc

Thanks a lot I it is a useful lessone

Rami2020

Sorryyy. I have that begin again!!!

Good lesson!!!!

@Marce07

Hi Adam!
I’ve got one request to Engvid, please upload a new lesson video on Political Issues such as Terrosism, Rallies, Protesting and the relatd vocabulary. Considering what’s going on in Paris.

omaxios

    I’ll get on it Omaxios.

    Adam

Thank you so much Mr. Adam for such a beautiful lessons. I don’t know much English Mr. Adam. I am dying to learn from you from basic on wards ( like from A, B, C..). Kindly advise the way forward. Can you recommend any periodical training from you ?

BHASKARMANGAM

    Hi Bhaskarmangam,

    There are many good lessons on this site. You can search for the basic ones and start with those. Each teacher has a new lesson here every couple of weeks, though they are different levels each time.

    You can ask me questions here too :)

    Adam

      Thanks Mr.Adam.

      BHASKARMANGAM

This lesson was great.

Maliban

Thank you Adam for your videos.i wish if you could make a grammer lesson about tenses..Thanks

Maysara

    Hi Maysara,

    I will work on that, but in the meantime, there are already many lesson on Engvid about tenses. You can search for them at the top of this page.

    Adam

thanks Adam i dying for your lessons

Halgan

sir!I like your lecture.And I like your expressions.so I really feel like this video.Thank you Sir Adam.

Dashing husnain

Good job, thank you Adam

Illequine

Thanks Adam. It was very useful and interesting lesson to learn new phrasal verbs

BakhodirR

I’m dying at your lesson

Haytham Adil Aldai

thank adom…

akshayjustin

Thank you for video.
I have a question about “i’m sick of hamburgers”, is it mean, i tired to eat hamburgers?

oxana

    Hi Oxana,

    Yes, that’s exactly what it means… you’ve had too many or too often.

    Adam

I got 10 correct of 10 questions. I’d like to see more videos.

metalium

I feel like a kiss ,I would like a nice kiss, I am in the mood for a awesome kiss, I am craving a kiss of my boyfriend, he is dying for my kisses!,

jejeje!!!

bye Adam.

Patico

thank you so much for your lessons , but i have a request we need some geography lessons about the united states some lessons it will be very helpful … thank you

soso123

    I’ll get on that Soso ;)

    Adam

Thanks Adam for this lesson.

Sushri

As I eat all day long I would use all this ways to ask food in just one day, Don’t worry Adan, Im fit, thanks for your class today, I knew just 3 of then, the easiest, of course.

Carlos Martinho

10:10 :D
I`m the beginner, but it’s a very helpful lesson . Thanks a lot, Adam.
I need more examples of the idiom “hit the spot” =(

AleksandraDacenko

    Hi Aleksandra,

    If you have been thinkin gof something for a long time (for example, a particular food), but haven’t had it, then it’s like having an empty space inside you. When you have that thing, it hits the spot, meaning it fills the empty space and you feel good :)

    Does this help?

    Adam

      Thanks a lot, Adam =)

      AleksandraDacenko

Thanks for this great lesson.I enjoyed some more words which can be used instead of generally used want word.
My kingdom for your more videos :D)this is very dramatic and interesting as well…

TEJALKK

100… Thanks Adam for this lesson

Xeyber

Thanks to you for your efforts.

Fouzia.Med

Adam is so amazing that i can focus in lesson!!! If i dont change the teacher, i wont learn anything!!!!!

Perla Diniz

    “Adam is so amazing that I can focus just on his video lessons. But if I do, I won’t learn much”

    Sorry, I took the liberty of re-writing your post. Hope you do not mind.

    Ciao

    Regino

thanks Adam ,and I am graving for watching more English videos on engvid

Ahmed hamadaa374

Thank you for the lesson Adam.
“My kingdom for a horse” – very interesting because russians say “A half of kingdom for a horse”. You can see whom the horse is more important.

KATRIN777

    Maybe Russia is so big, you don’t even need to trade the whole thing?

    engVid Moderator

      I think that is about people…

      KATRIN777

    :)

    Adam

Adam please help. Tell me which is more used in America:
1 I can see 5th Avenue from my house.
2 I see 5th Avenue from my house.
3 5th Avenue is seen from my house.
(of course I don’t stay and watch for 5th avenue all the time)It is just seen.
Maybe there is another way for it?
Thank you.

KATRIN777

    Hi Katrin,

    1 is correct. Because you don’t look at it all the time, you want to mention that the possibility exists all the time (of seeing it). That’s why can is necessary.

    Adam

      Thank you Adam! That explanation is more than clear!

      KATRIN777

Thank you Adam

fatihaeng

Very good lesson professor!!

Marioo

Thanks everyone :) I’m glad you enjoyed this lesson. I’ll make more like it.

Adam

brilliant lesson, I can’t wait for some more.
Thanks,
Ahmed.

ahmed masoud

Thank you.You are the best.

phamquynhanh

Your lesson is amazing. Thanks a lot!

Mike159951

Can we say? Pizza is walking after me.

groo

    Hi Groo,

    That might be a little scary, no? A walking pizza.

    Nut, no, we don’t say that :)

    Adam

Hi Adam,
Can you teach us how to speak the ‘hours’ in english?
You’re the best teacher, your lessons are amazing!

Jess M

    Hi Jess,

    You mean like 5 o’clock, quarter to six, etc.? I’ll get on it ;)

    Adam

      Exactly!
      Thanks ;)

      Jess M

Hello…How about the expression “What do you fancy?” or ” What would you fancy?”or “I fancy…” .I’ve heard it sometimes…

maury

    Hi Maury,

    You’re right. Fancy is another way to say want, but it’s more of a British English thing :)

    Adam

It’s really nice. I love It :)

dipto0258

I take less than 50 per cent in my first quiz. Then I repeated it once more and than I take 80 per cent!
I’m feeling like a super man, right now!

Jonatas Silva Lima

I am dying for more lessons from the best teacher ever.

krastanov

thanks Adam it was really interesting lesson .I am dying for your new lessons . BY the way I got 100 % . I am so happy .

positive_learner

thank you

prolet2009

Thank’s for your job
I’m really interesting lesson i wont more exercise and how do you for speak

Abdeldjabar

thank you very much. it’s useful

laphuta

thank you, Adam

LilyanaV

100%
I cannot say how great learn with Adam can be..
I’m grateful!! thank you so much
He makes it easier

anderson-weider

hi Adam thank you your lesson great! i have question i listened your video done quiz 3,5,6 is not correct. Could you explain, please?

Sunara

    Hi Sunara,

    3. wanting– can’t be used as -ing
    feeling– I feel like…
    mood– in the mood for…
    5. hit the spot means it would be very satisfying (so I want it)
    6. mood– in the mmod for
    crave– i’m craving…
    could go for– no to verb after
    dying– correct

    Hope this helps

    Adam

I think this lesson isn´t for beginners. My level is intermediate, but I never heard most of expressions before now…(!)

elexido

thank you,Adam

BinterBishop

Hello dear Adam
In the question number 2 , why the first choice is not correct ?
Can you give an example with “have big eyes for” ?
best regards

SaeedGhaedi

    Hi Saeed,

    Actually, we don’t have an expression in English like this.

    You can see he has his eye on something, means he wants it (He’s got his eye on her = he likes her)

    Adam

      like

      Nguyen Van Hau

Hi Adam! Thank you. It was instructive. How can we contact you? I need a teacher who can teach English face to face. Do you have possibility to teach private? Some teachers use Skype for distance-teaching. I hope you take time to reply me. Best wishes Romina

Romina Moradi

    Hi Romina,

    You can contact me through my website (writetotop.com)

    Adam

waaoow… amazing !!!
i would like to say Thank you very much to engvid.com for being my guide to learn english :)
i am craving to watch others video from engvid.com :)

Sitkha Adhima

this les is very difficult for beginner

challenge41

Thank you, Adam.

Luydmyla

thanks Adam . very useful lesson.

serwa

thanks adam, you are the best

Dr A.V

Thank you so much

Aoy

Than you Adam

Irina Bondareva

Hi again :-) How can I contact you? You don’t have e-mail there. I need your e-mail address to give you information about me. I tried to send you massage on writotop.com, but it was impposible. Maybe I don’t know how I should send message there. EngVid have my right e-mail. I have account here as you know. May I want you to take the initiative and send me e-post? With best regards Romina

Romina Moradi

My kingdom for Adam’s lessons!

oguzdaglar

4. When I do workout in gym, I crave a chocolate drink.

Rxot

only twenty per cent :(

SnowkillCz

Thank you for your videos, they are really helpful :))

stronciuma

thank you, Adam
My kingdom for Adam’s more lessons!
:( :( :(

Ahmed Alsafi

Hi i’m inaya i want to learn english but i don’t know how i start ??

dodi2015-@

Thank you

Luydmyla

thanks! i am in mood for learning more from you

Nguyen Van Hau

Yay! Got 9 out of 10.
Thanks Sir Adam for teaching me. :)
Respect!

jamilxt

thank ^^

caranan31

thank you so much T.Adam 💜 its really interesting

R.obeedi

hi, Mr.Adam
I really like your lessons very much.
please could you teach me about all the tenses.
It is difficult task for me to remember it so please make me understand it in an essay way.

ashwani khosla

hi, Mr.Adam
I Really like your lessons. I am learning english.
But most difficult task for me to learn tenses.
would you please teach me all the 12 tenses which would helpful for me improve my english.

aryankhoslaldh

thanks Mr. Adam for the lesson .

you great !

mufreah

Perfect! This lesson is as useful as 6 ways to say ‘I like’

neppy

Thanks a lot for your videos i ve got 100 score .hahahaha

sukrisudin

I’ve got 10 out of 10

coolmessan

I am not really clear about the differences. Help!!!

Lira2193

9/10

ann ann

thanks

musabali

Adam you are really awesome !!! your each and every lecture on different types of topics that’s really amazing and help me a lot.your way of talking,facial expression and even your body language really questionable.if i were in Canada i would be your student.

Ahmed Sagor

I would like to say “Thank you, Adam!” It was a great and very useful lesson. I’m ready to donate my kingdom for such a good lessons!

Arthur King

Hi Adam. It was difficult for me. the first time 5 and second 6. So I come back one again.

tutunia

Very good, Adam ! Thank you very much !

Madrosa

Great lesson Adam. I really appreciate your time and effort. Thanks

hechicero18

A lot of my friends asked me “What is your today plan for new year?” I am not totally in the mood for celebration because I have a big exam “IELTS” on 23rd of January. I really crave Band Score 7 or more preferably. So, I am going for it at the moment. That is all I know about. I sometimes feel like hanging out with my friends, of course. I can’t do that. Thank you, adam. Your lessons are bare hlepful to me. By the way, I would also like to befriend who are also gonna sit IELTS test. We could all go forward altogether. :-)
Myanmar Boy

khaingwinhtut

my kindom for mr Adam to say to him ( thank you sooooo much)I i realy learn a lot from you and i appreciate you, thanks a lot :)

yassin 9

I don’t want to use want anymore…… ur course is very useful. thank U

Ian Feng

Thank you, It has been useful. God bless you.

Marta Lopez

Thank you very much.

Nazgul84

Thank you. It was a little bit difficult for me but I got 70.

nonchan

i would like alwaus watch your vidio

Rusl

Hi, Adam! Your lessons hit the spot really! Thank you very much.

Katerina80

i realy enjoy your lesson ,thanks again Adam

hows

You are a very good teacher Adam! :)

Sabugo

thanks very much

alkzzaz

Hi Adam

I have a question about the structure. I’m confused. I should use “for” or “to” when I finish the expression?

Thanks for the lesson. It’s very useful

Lau.english

i’m dying for study English <3

Lowellchad1

Adam, muy bueno el video gracias. It’s really good, thanks

juanjo05

Thank you very much.

Soei

Thanks

Yarafaisou

thank you very much it was helpful

Rana Alkhalifa

Thanks. I got 5 of 10 =( then I tried again and got 7 of 10! I had never heard those expressions before. Thanks.

AlfonsoG

hi mr Adam do u have video about ( Present Progressive ) ING when can i use it

Dango

What’s about such word like “intend” or expression “to be going to”? I think it has similar meaning to verb “to want”. Are there some other expessions like these?

Pavel Korr

Thanks allot Mr adam but ahave a broblem.i don’t have someone to practice with him so can you help me what can i do?.
and thanks Allot for you My teacher.

Ilyes chomakhar

I got a perfect score thanks adam for this lesson…

Ryan18

Great one Mr.Adam
I got 90..
Thanks

Md.Tabib Newaz

thanks Mr.adam i’m dying to imporve my english.

gigi.88

Adam, let me express most sincere gratitude, your way of teaching is a true inspiration for indolent people like me to enrich knowledges of the language by just lying on a sofa and enjoying a great video:)

boykomaria

I’m always in the mood for lessons like this, Adam.

Thanks a lot.

Sonia1234

I could go for your next vedios
I am in the mood for watching your vedios
I feel like learning new vocabularies right now
Very useful lesson thank you Adam

drhooba

very interesting lesson
Thank you so much

Vivimi

Thanks, Adam!

Sveta

Thank you, Adam, for great lessons you offer! There is one more expression that came to my mind “to be eager to do smth”. Could you explain how to use it correctly. Thank you!

lavnatalia

Adam, after the expressions what we have:
gerund or infinitive?

Ekaterina St

Interesting lesson ! Thank you, my kingdom for another lesson like this….

beernaard

Thanks so much Mr Adam
Its very important and good lesson
I got 7 from 10 and I will try again & again..

Abdrrahmame El Ketab

My kingdom for watching more interesting videos of you

Knowledge123

Tank you…..

SUELI COUTO ROSA

Adam,Thanks a lot.It was really useful to improve my speaking capability. I’m enjoy all of your lessons in advance.I really hope more lesson about how to memory a great deal of vocabulary that you could be showed on EngVid.

spikefan

thank you , i think i must see one lesson more than three times for best comprehension and memorisation

aouatef23

Hello Adam! What do you have written in you tattoo?

Elena Zayg

Thanks, i’m in the mood for learning English.

p.apple

Me too, I’m dying to learn more English from you, Adma!

Tammyjang1

hello
thank you

franz99

Hi Teacher,why did you pronounce “craving” as “crazing”and “dramatic” as “jramatic”? please define and in Q:2 in quiz you used “in ages” while i always heard and used “for ages” tell me which one is correct.Thanks and stay blessed

eichi

thanks

Abdullah Barakat

Thank you, Adam! I feel like listening to you every day.

Janetxu

Thank you a lot.GOD Bless you.👌👌It is helpful vivideo.

Mahilet

hi Adam >> I am a little upset .. I got 7 out of 10
But the lesson is enjoyable And helpful >>> AND ADAM VIDEOS in everyday morning would really HIT THE SPOT … see you soon

joory-99

thanks adam…its really helpful

endahprihatin

thanks… you’re the one of the greatest teachers I’ve ever seen.

Numan Yavuz

Please, someone might review the grammar of this short text. Thanks in advance:In this video, Adam is teaching us how can we do to express a desire use different expressions and without using the word ‘want’, it means to say want in different ways. Those are order in a hierarchy, starting with expression use when we want less, to the expression when we want absolutely something or emphasize and exaggerate something. Those are would like, feel like, go for (use with could), be in the mood for (this is the only thing that satisfies me right now, nothing else), be craving (a really strong desire), dying for (you haven’t had it for a long time), hit the spot (only thing that’s going to satisfice me) and my kingdom for. The last one is very rare and it’s a phrase originally from the Shakespearean literature.

Androp

Thank you so much, Adam! My mother was surprised when I said this for dinner. “I am in the mood for rice and bananas with mangoes, please!” I replied :).

MayMint

thanks adam

toan241186

Thanks Adam. I am craving to watch more your videos.

mwahab80

hi Adam, do you teach private lesson in Skype?

hopelesstolearn

OOps , I just get 6/10
I’m a little confused about the difference between every ” want ”
May be because I was really hungry and that lesson has a lot of foods :)
okay, my question is, May I use these phrases with any want situation or just only food?

Shimaa Ragab

thanks addam.

shaffi ahuja

thanks adam

yogapratama1393

Deeply thanks teacher for your meaningful lession.

Chhay-ratana

Thanks a lot ADAM, 10/10

MilanoP

80 scored..not that bad. Thnx Adam.

spuler

A few days ago I found this website from Weibo,now I’m craving to watch your movie every day,It’s a good way to learn English,thank you Adam

Bob1975

I like ur style in learning :D

asrar88

Hi Adam, what about fancy like I fancy a cup of tea

monikamonika2511

Great way to express your needs. Awesome video as always. Thank you for new vocabulary.

bartek.s

Hi Adams thanks for wonderful lesson. but I have a question about this lesson.
which one is true ? dying for something or dying to something ? you taught as ‘ dying for something ‘ in lesson . I guess that I am confused .

Burak Alptug

    You are dying to do something (verb). I’m dying to go on vacation.

    You are dying for something (noun). I’m dying for a vacation.

    Meaning is the same, but form is different.

    Erfan1996

thanks Adam you are incredible teacher

mohamed.fathi87

Adam looks like Shakespeare!

gerardoorion85

Hi Adam! I ran into your videos very recently. Since then I’m catching up with your lessons. I really enjoy them! You give very clear explanations and good examples. It’s so easy to understand you.
I have a simple question here. You said: “I feel like a pizza” meaning “I want to have a pizza”. I always thought that it was necessary to put a verb in between. E.g. “I feel like having a pizza”. Are these two ways of saying it exactly the same? “I feel like a pizza” sounds kind of weird to me. I know we are not supposed to translate to our own languages, but in Spanish it would be something like: “I feel similar to a pizza”. In fact I usually hear expressions such as : “I feel like an idiot”, “I feel like a monster”, etc. Thank you very much!

Ale75

Thank you adam i’m saliving for see more video for you

abdullahalrumaih

My kingdom for a new videos.

DENNNN

thx adam. i’ve got 80 scores :)

mediaaayu

Thanks Adam!

Iliyan2

thank you adam , i got 8/10

hadil99

i got 7 correct out of 10.thank you teacher

Gamar2016

thank you teacher, I’m craving to see more lessons for you.

med ach

I didn’t know these expressions
Thank you

sergio antonio martinez

I got 100! 😀😀

Peshmarga

Hi Adam, I want to improve my writing.what should i do?

sumayaazizi

i am all of the above for more Adam’s educational videos:)

violet74

Thank you adam iam dying to watch all your vedios they are very interesting

Batoot

Got 9😂 thx Adam. I’ve never got this lesson in high school. Even phrasal verb that common used in daily speaking.

Fauziyah

I am here to say thank you, Adam. You guys are making a big difference in the world of on-line study.

YuliaESL

Thanks a lot, I’m just beginning to learn English. I speak very clearly that’s made I understand native speaker 😊

Addpp

    *you speak very clearly

    Addpp

Thanks a lot. I just started to watch your lessons today and I dying for it.

jerilsonduarte

Perfect lesson! Thx a lot!

Neartem

Thank you Mr Adam, You made use dictionary easier for me, and I hope that easier for all

aiman adam

4/10 baaaad. Thank you Adam! I will learn more.

Nataliy

    That’s definitely a bad score Nataliy, but do not give up! Success is a collection of failures. Besides, keep in mind that people always learn from their mistakes.

    You can be a success as an English student! I bet!

    Regino

Thanks Adam,its really help me so much. i wanna ask the topic of your video about presentation please….

rizwanriches

my kingdom for a band 8 in IELTS! Thanks Adam

mahshid.srd

Thank you, Adam! Now I’d give my kingdom for someone to practice english with me hahaha

MatheusBeltrame

thank you so much for this useful lesson. it helps me a lot because before i watched this video i have wathed a movie and i didn’t understand most expressions that actors and actresses used when they’re in a restaurant.
but i have a question Adam. what is the different use of the word ‘want’ and ‘need’? thanks in advance!

parnid nps

Hello Mr Adam i want to give me way to speak english very well please help me than you

Ahmed Ibrahim

    If you need to speak English very well there is many ways to do that .. .my opinion is you can learn by watching movies so you can improve your listening English and for speaking you can repeate what you hear in the conversation in these movies but if you have someone to talk with him in English it’s better because you need to practice how to speak English with people … I hope its helpful for you.

    Muaffak

what is the meaning of the sentence “I haven’t had pizza in ages” ?????

MD. TAMIM

    That means he is not eating pizza for long time … Sorry for bad grammar but I just explain the meaning

    Muaffak

10 out of 10

macprivera

7 of 10 , I feel like I need more practicing …

Benaiad

are these words for edibles only???

Joi Tribiani

It is good lesson

dovgyj

Thanks a lot, Adam. I only want to notice that it’s good that there are only seven or eigth forms to say I want. It’ll be harder to remember all 50 shades of gray.

Tymchenko Andrii

I like you chanel Adam

miramassina

Thank you, Adam. It’s really helpful lesson.
But the name of video is wrong. You speak about 8 ways. The headline video is “6 ways to say ‘WANT’”. I could not find it because I was looking for “8 ways” ))

AnOrange

Thanks Adam. It’d been very helpful.

Themaxx

A slice of meat would hit the spot.

mairalo

i got 8 out of 10 ,, you’re a guru mr.adam :)

Senior Awadallah

thanks!

shihai182

Thanks adam sir .i learned some new words onbthis class

v naga durga

Hey can u just shut off the advertisement in this web page??
Sometimes I feel like distracted to see this

Sahek Jabed

Awesome 9/10 👍👍👍 thank you Adam

Yulyati

Fantastic!!! Different ways to say the same word……

fumacazeroum

Goog video. Thank you!

vstavaj

Dear Adam,

Thank you so much for your interesting lesson^^

LuLu25

Thank you very much!

Attila

Adam, you sad it was “dying for” not “dying to”:
3. Steve: Let’s do something fun this weekend.
Karen: Okay! I’m _______ to see the new Brad Pitt movie.

Klausss

Adam, you sad it was “be craving”. So, where is the BE verb here:
4. When I work outside in the sun, I ________ an ice-cold drink like lemonade.

Klausss

I got 100%. I feel like dancing!!!

Egghead

Hi! This lesson is higher beginner level! Thanks a lot Adan!

Roberto

thanks a lot Adam for good vital lessons

Alex-1956

Yours all lessons are perfect. Thanks for everything!

dr.cnbrk

thank brother!! excelent lesson….

lie diaz

Thanks Adam! What a excellent lesson!

Yvonne Wu

Why the last answer is fell like, not feel like?

Katia RI

I really appreciate all the hard work you’ve done to help us.I have learnt so much and it’s all thanks to you.

MANAL889

Hello Adams. Thank you for teach us native expressions. Excellent video.

Sonia Seagal

Hello Adams. I am really liked this video. I wish to get customized lessons with you if have time. please re-contact me.

Amani Taher

hi Adam! I am a new member here. I am dying to learn more on your lesson.

judgementalsucks1981

thanks Adam! I am from the Philippines and I am really a fan of yours, yes, there a lots of teachers (well I call them including you as teacher) around teaching various lessons but when it’s you I kinda digest the lesson easily thank you. Thanks be to God.

AlrossiMATT

    yeah it is good lecture, isn’t it?

    adun

This is very useful!
Thank you.

K. Izu

can i write dying to?

romysa samy

Steve: Let’s do something fun this weekend.

Karen: Okay! I’m _______ to see the new Brad Pitt movie.

wanting
feeling
dying
mood

Remember: want is a state verb and cannot be used in an -ing form.

But Dying is also in an -ing form

DrPATRICK

Thanks, Adam! From Belarus with love!

NikitaZhebin

I could’ve’d got a 90, but because my hand quivered on the second question my hand quivered and I ended up selecting the bubble below.

A. N. Woof

Very helpful.Thx Adam,I got a nine correct,and after the video,I think most of us feel like a pizza

Solomon76

I be craving for learn every minute with Adam, I feel very graceful with you.

Adam, Can I ask you something? I would like to have other ways to say VERY, because I repeat it all the time. Thank you so much.

Maia
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