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Alex

    Hello Alex, I´m Yenerlyn from Venezuela. I´m extremely happy to see you again on a video. Let me tell you this was a very good lesson and I enjoyed it. Thanks!!! Very well done

    YMij5887

Thanks a lot for your lesson, Alex. Those words are difficult to use for me while speaking, even though I know all of them. I maybe find some occasions to use those expressions. By the way, Mr. President of the USA seems to use “very very.” :)

FELES

    Hi Feles! Yes, Mr. President doesn’t seem to have a large vocabulary. Everything is tremendous, and every man he likes is “a good guy! Great guy! I love him!” :p

    As for the lesson, I know it’s tough to use words in regular conversation even if you know them when you see or hear them. It takes time and regular effort to try to internalize new knowledge.

    Alex

      I honestly appreciate your reply, Alex. I wish someday I will be able to handle this language better, even a bit more.

      FELES

I got 10/10 !!!!! Thanks for this video Alex Sir😊

palakshi nautiyal

    *high five* Nice job, palakshi! I’m glad you enjoyed the lesson.

    Alex

I got 8 out of 10 sir!!! I read the quiz thoroughly but it was hard for me to find the common word for fairly. It would of great help if you just guide me through that word. Otherwise, the quiz was a great help on improving my English vocabulary.I would love to talk English like you do after I learn it properly. Anyways, Thank You for the quiz Alex Sir!!!

GautamH

    Neither do i, i failed answered that quiz.

    Rustam xsm

Thanks a lot for your lesson,Teacher

Nicharee Pramualsab

I didn’t get question 8 right.

ALEX VALLE TOLEDO DA SILVEIRA

    That’s still really good. The important thing is to become familiar with the adverbs even if the sense of degree isn’t 100% when you’re speaking.

    Alex

      Hi, Mr Alex how are you, I am Yaseen from Iraq soi am very happy to enjoy your lessons. I am want to learn English I very love it. so can you help me,
      please

      yaseen fadel yaseen

Shouldn’t “4. I’m mostly finished my essay. ” be “I’ve mostly….”?

FattySpaggeti

    You can use both, just like you can say “I am finished” or “I have finished.” Good question!

    Alex

    also don’t understand the phrase I’m finished. it sounds strange. what’s the grammar rule here?

    Vika1987

      “I’m finished” is passive Present Simple form. You are probably more used to active Present Simple form like “I’m finishing the essay.”

      The form is “I + am + past participle”.

      Passive form is used to reverse the IMPORTANCE from OBJECT to SUBJECT.

      For example we can say: “Someone robbed me” in Past Simple tense. But word “someone” is not interesting, it is not important, because we don’t know who was the robber. If we switch the importance from subject “someone” to object “me”, we can say: “I was robbed.” In this case “I + was + past participle”.

      General usage is: “Subject + any tense proposition + past participle.”

      Next sample. If two people are arguing and one just don’t want to argue anymore he or she can say: “I am done.” It means: “I have finished or completed the arguing with you.”

      Next sample. If someone over plays me in shooting computer game: “I am doomed.”

      Next sample. From some movies if someone is in really bad situation, like some bad guys are chasing him and he realizes that there is no way out: “You are ‘fucked’. Now we are going to beat you like crazy.” (Sorry for ugly word).

      rokaly

I got 09. Alex what does utterly mean? I’m a little confused .Isn’t that mean completely ?

Annie

    utterly = completely, totally, absolutely, entirely wholly, fully, thoroughly. I means it is 100% completely.

    rokaly

I completely believe that your lessons are very useful for learners English all over in the world, thank Alex

nguyen van long

    It is probably better: “I completely believe that your lessons are very useful for ENGLISH LEARNER all over the world (WITHOUT IN WORD), thanks (MISSING ‘S’) Alex.”

    But I utterly agree with you.

    rokaly

Thank you, teacher….!!

Jakub Alvarez

thank you for this video, it is pretty good. but I want to ask you to write the examples, this will be rather helpful.

braa123

Thanks for your effort

MikeOro

Hi Alex ,
Merci pour cette leçon.
Question 4 . shouldn’t you write ” I mostly finished ” rather than ” I’m mostly finished ?
Dans l’attente de te lire
A bientot

tsamp

    Alex, sorry to jump in. Hope you don’t mind.

    About question 4. It is not the same meaning. “I mostly finished” is Past Simple. Past Simple is used for actions in the PAST that does not have any influence to the current state we are talking about. For example: “I finished primary school 20 years ago.” This was some action in the past.

    But in this case we want to say that we ARE FINISING the essay. The essay will be almost finished any time soon.

    We can use Present Perfect Simple tense like: “I have mostly finished”. Present Perfect is used for action that has started in the past and is still continuing in the present. Like essay, I started writing essay in the past and I am still writing it.

    And “I am mostly finished” is passive use of Present Simple tense. Please see my detailed explanation few lines up.

    rokaly

Thanks Mr Alex it is very usefully.

husam simawi

Hi everybody! I’ve come back!

Soei

    Nice to meet you. Where’ve you been?

    Rustam xsm

Great lesson. I got 9/10, but I must say that I do
like using adverbs. They give ” strength ” or rather
“support” to what I’m saying.
Great lesson, Alex, as usual.

zigmund

Your lessons are really helpful.

Aung Win Naing Naing

I thought pretty = quite and they are less intense than so/very/really.

Astri

It’s nice to hear some polish accent at engvid ;)
Good lesson.

Mikiel

En excellent lesson (like always) !!!

adrijana

Thank you so much Alex!!!
Btw, “un piquito” in Spanish is a colloquial way to say “a little kiss”. The right way to say it is: “un pOquito” ;)

knopfler86

slightly in persian is kami

Ahad.you

wow you are completely good with this lesson, big thanks to you alex

itsmekaris

Hi Alex , I extremely enjoyed your lesson ,
Thank you a lot

kiro95

Dear Alex,
This lesson is totally useful for me!
I extremely satisfied with new knowledge!
Many thanks!!!
A little in Ukrainian means “trohy” like in Polish.

Tanya317

Thank you so much for this lesson , I think I will watch again..by the way I did 8/10 ..I know that words as FELES but could not use effectively .. thanks again🙏🏻🙏🏻

Birsel Uckun

Thank you so much for this lesson , I think I will watch again..by the way I did 8/10 ..I know that words but could not use effectively .. thanks again🙏🏻🙏🏻

Birsel Uckun

thank you so much for this lesson.It is really useful.

Dinto Davis

I never expected to get good results since I answered the quiz without watching the lesson. 80 is not bad ,right? :)

Shara29

It was extremely cool lesson )))

Ninon

Thanks, Alex!

p2hc

my best alex this word little by meaning in somalia language (wax yar)

Salankey

a little – trokhy (трохи) in Ukrainian

Vladlena2015

I utterly enjoyed your lesson, Alex. It is no doubt that this video extremely helps English learners over the world.
Thanks a lot.

keniuj

Thank you Alex. Mon vocabulaire, grâce à toi, sera peut être meilleur que celui du Président ? Good, very good !

beernaard

Thanks, Alex, pretty good and completely useful lesson

rreyesba

In Russian a little is nemnogo (немного) as a opposite of mnogo (много).

neyronon

Hey Alex this time,and as always, your class was completely outstanding yeah I’m pretty sure of that, by the way could you please explain what or who is totoro, I know OKJA which is an adorable huge hippo or pig mmm I cant remember now but it was an awfully movie…… Anyway thanks for the lesson and I still wait for the pronunciación of Canadian cities…… Greetings from surco

marc anthony

I got an 80% on it. I am happy with my results.

greenpeppers2020

Thanks Alex for the good lesson your lessons are always awesome.

Noppapat27

An absolutely interesting class!

VIOLETASAL

I’m extremely impressed.

natalienalani

You got 10 correct out of 10.
:D Thank you so much for this lesson
Excellent

Temirzhan

Thank sir,its really helpful

Rapo

This lesson extremely help! Thank you mr. Alex i’ll practice those words and easy to memorizing

Rustam xsm

Hello T Alex , this lesson is completely help me very well

Thanks

Osman Salah77

I’m absolutely certain this video is very helpful

MarkOsokin

I’m a little bit sleepy when i listened to your explanation then i tried to answer your quiz. I was really amazed because i got 8 out of 10 even i am not focus to your topic. Thanks again, from now on i am familiar to the verb of intensity even if it’s hard to use in a sentence or speaking.

Natheng

Hello Alex
I am new Comer, but I love the way your team taught. Whenever I have time, I visit engrid and learn, then of course sit a
quizz, mostly I gained full score.
Thank you AleXbox, this combination lesson is very useful for us, second language speakers.
I even recommend your site.
😃😃

Lavender

Thank you Mr. Alex. I am completely satisfied with your explanations!

Alex-1956

Hallo Alex!
I’m always impressed, how pretty simple your explanation ist.
The adjective utter and the adverb utterly are often used as an intensifier to mean “total” — often with negative connotations. Utterly doesn`t go for example with excited, because if you are excited about something that is normally a positive emotion. But sometimes utterly and utter can be used in positive context: “utterly gorgeous”, “utterly brilliant”.
Although complete and completely are much neutral and can be used in positive, neutral and negative context, we cannot say completely excited.

Margarethe

Alex, jestes naprawde swietny w tym co robisz, masz niesamowity talent. Bardzo lubie Cie sluchac. Keep going.

wilkolakB

Very helpful lesson. Thank you!

Aleksan

Hi Alex,hi everyone.
As always i took the quiz before watching the video. I wanted to check how good my vocabulary is. I got 9/10. I made a little mistake in 7 question. I choose the answer “considerably”. I think it’s correct too.
Synonyms of “very” are:
Considerably,
Extremely,
Substantially,
Significantly,
Absolutely,
and i assume there are more of them.
However when i was taking the quiz I hadn’t known that awfully can be used as “Very”
I always thought it can be used only for bad, negatives things like “badly or unpleasantly”
But now i know we can say. I’m awfully happy i could watch this strikingly useful lesson.
Thanks to you i’ve learned a bit of vocabulary again.
Many thanks Alex

All the best for everyone.

Ps. Alex. I rather like your T-shirts. It seems you are quite a fan of serials. Isn’t it?

marcin95

Good lesson! thanks a lot. It was very useful to me. (or for me??) I always have this confusion, when to use to or for…

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