meet? We use these verbs in almost every conversation, so let’s make sure you use them correctly! I’ll teach you the meaning of
meetas well as expressions like
meet up with. Sometimes the difference is between formal and informal English. In other cases, these words and expressions have very different meanings. Try the quiz at the end of the video to practice what you’ve learned.
i am the the first who commets here today
Meet our new winner. Though we can’t meet up with, we still can have much fun!
The enormously fast shark of EngVid, who beats the bird that eats worms.
Kotoz : 1
I will type winners only, ok?
I didn’t finish:
SKIKDA is the enormously fast shark who beats the bird
that eats the worm
that chats on the forum the EngVid build!
Exuse my present simple. That is for lyrics.
Hello Nataanna, how was your trip??? Where did you go for your trip?? If you like, please share your experiences.
Hi, nkh! I was seeking for flowers blossoming in Greece, as I had been promised by my husband. But we were too early. I’ve already written about my trip (see my comment to soei in Ronnie’s lesso. I thought, that I comment your message as well )
We liked it very much. A little kiss of sun for the northern country!
You’re right Emma these two words are a real problem for language learners, especially beginners.
Your chart is self-explanatory. It made it quite clear how to use appropriately these commonly-confused verbs.
That’s it for me now! Looking forward to your next video Emma.
hi nataanna i let you a comment in the previous James’ lesson, could you please answer me there .
Congratulations. Now you’re our Winer. Keep it up.
thaks but i hope you will get over me soon
Dear friends, I have a question. I really like to know, in your country, how do you enter college? I mean do you take any special exam befor entering colleges?? Or you decide your favorite discipline and continue your studying??? Please answer me.
in my country you can continue your studying in the public schools and they will give you the branch even in the high school or the university according your exams’ results for free but in the private schools you can study whatever you want just pay them .
Russians can enter universities according to results of school exams (after the 11th grade). But it’s not simple to get proper points for free education. If your results don’t meet the requirements of the Uni, you can pay unless your results are less the minimum rate (then you must wait for a year and take them second time). One should choose the exams to take according to Uni’s rules.
You have the opportunity to leave the school after the 9th grade and continue at college. it’s not prestigious at all, you can’t get good job afterwards. But you can enter the Uni after college and even shorten the education time in some cases.
That’s the main idea of high school in Russia. What about Iran?
Hello nKh. I am a beginner student and I am inerested in learning more English but there is some problems in this way and one of them is that I do not have any friends who can speak English with me.
Hello nKh. I am a beginner student and I am inerested in learning more English but there is some problems in this way and one of them is that I do not have any friends who can speak English with me.I need someone who can help me in this was and who can be better than you? Please axcept me as a friend.Thank you.
well, who wants to know anyway nice vid Emma fantastico!!
Thanks Emma,it’s easy to understand now
Thanks ,useful lesson
I’ve noticed that you forgot an “e” in the last phrase, when you wrote: I met up with my friens tonight. Which one would be the best, Either I’m gonna meet up with my friends tonight or I’ll meet up with my friens tonight. Maybe both are correct?.
Thanks. Take care.
good lesson Emma, so nice to meet you here and nice to meet up with every one in this forum .
Hi my Teacher! I saw you along time ago! I knew you are English Teacher online but I haven’t meet you! I hope i can meet you on real life and say: Nice to meet you my teacher! thanks a lot!
I knew I had to meet Engvid before!
Hello Mrs. Emma,
You explain hard moments very easier than other english language teacher on youtube. It’s very easy to understand you.
Thanks to you i improved my english up to advanced level.
Thanks a lot Emma ; it’s very useful lesson for everyday whenever i practise english.
good new stundet
Thank you Emma! I surely will pleased to meet you !
Ooopsie.. Should be more careful next time
Thank you for all! ☺
Another wonderful video for learner.I got 7 correct out of 10.I have knew engvid for one year, but i can not satisfy due to slow progress.
Thank you emma
For Italian speaking people is very easy to understand difference between “Meet” and “Know”.We have the right words to translate them.
I didn’t know “Meet up with” and “Meet with”.
I *met up* with my friend tonight or I *meet up* with my fiend tonight. Which is correct? Thanks everybody^^
i think “met up with my friend tonight” is correct.
Because this sentence show that you did this action, if you want to use ” meet up with my friend tonight”, i think this sentence is future tense :)
I met up with my friend or I will meet up with my friend
Thanks. Good lesson.
Got 100%. So glad . Thanks Emma. You are great!
hi Anne welcome back.
Thanks Emma!!Interesting lesson!
Thanks Emma, this lesson was great.. and easy to undestand…
thank you Emma that’s was useful. i got 10 of 10 in the Quiz.
hi teacher EMMA thank you you are good teacher
thanks Emma , you are a good teacher! 10/10
good lesson , thanks
Great lesson, Emma. Thanks a lot.
thank you Emma
Maybe i should get a VPN.it is a pity that i can not see the video.How sad!
Yes, that’s probably the best option!
Likeable lesson Emma.
Emma ….thank you for this lesson ….I like it …you are best teacher at Engvid ….. you are first in English …you Know English better than me .
Thanks Emma, perfect lesson, finally I got it the differences by use between Know and meet!
Interesting lesson, very clear explanation.I got 8
very wonderful!!! i’m surprising to get near 10 of 10
Thanks a lot Teacher Emma, you’re Great
If i write, I will meet up with my friends tonight rather I met up with my friends tonight. Is the sentence correct?
I know my teacher since 2014.
Is this sentence is correct??
That is correct.
Wait a second guys, the sentence is incorrect!
I’ve known my teacher since 2014 or . . .
I’ve known my teacher for three years.
See you around! Nice MEETING you both.
thanks Emma,it was helpful interesting lesson with high level of explanation.
10/10 Thanks Emmam.
“Nice to meet with you (again)” Is it correct?
good for you
Thanks Emma!!! A interesting and clear lesson!!!
When it is the first time, we use “to meet” but when it is an important event, we use “to meet with” and when it is a very enjoyable situation, we use “to meet up with”, and finally when there is a relationship before, then we use “to know”. If you think like this, it isn’t difficult to understand this lesson. Thanks a lot, teacher Emma, it has been a very funny lesson.
Thanks Emma so much
Thank you for this lesson.
I knew this,
Could you please make a video about difference betweet finish and complete, thanks.
We have a lesson on the difference between “end” and “finish”, but none about “finish”/”complete”! I’ve added it to the list of lesson requests.
Thanks Emma. It would be great if We could tag the videos we have already watched.
Hi Emma, thanks for the lesson. Regardless of that I already know all this stuff It was good enough to refresh my memory =) But I’ve got a question ’bout one of your examples. “I met up with my friends tonight” – what is the time is supposed to be here? I mean that the word “met” tells us It was in the past. And at the same time we see the word “tonight”. So…. its 00:00 and the party, for example, was from 20:00 up to 23:30 ? That means “the party was at night yesterday (cuz it’s morning or a night already)”.
thank you for the answer in advance :)
Imagine that you were at a party tonight. And you come home at 23:30. Your parent asks you: “Where have you been tonight?” And you answer: “I met up with my friends tonight.” So, the night is not finished yet and what you did this night now is considered as a past action. That is why we use “met” with tonight. Because, again, it is tonight, this night is not finished yet, but the action was already over. I hope this will be helpful.
thank you for the explanation. It is almost the same that I meant ?
Yes, you are right, Max. Have a great day.
Your explanation is superb! Just a few expressions I didn’t know… your’re one of the best engvid teachers! (=
Thanks Emma, you are a excellent teacher, i learn a lot always that i watch your videos : )
Nice to meet you!
I knew you two years ago by Engvid!
Thanks a lot!
I’ve known you for two years!
it’d be cool if there was a tool here on engvid that allow us to have a live chat..
You got 6 correct out of 10.
Great lesson. Thank you very much.
Ty pretty much
Hello Emma , nice to meet youuuu???
Ok whats wrong to be the first one …….im shy to ask …..sorry
Hey im only 10
Hey you are awesome…..
Very Nice teacher, Very nice explanation,
Very pretty teacher and especially very nice dressing.
Teacher Emma I like the way you dress. :)
I want to meet up with you, How can I? ;)
I got 100,
Anyone here interested to meet on FB.
Then we know other for some intresting conversation.
What a helpfull lesson!
Thanks Emma for a great lesson. I have scored 10/10. Nice to learn with you and listen to you :) Regards
thanks Emma for your clear explanation :)
You got 9 correct out of 10.
Great lesson! Thank you very much.
Really Useful …….
Thanks very interesting
Great lesson Emma! I got 100%, thanks!
Hello my most favourite teacher. I have gone to mad to get your lecture at first. You are so talented. You lecture make me astonished. You lectures are peerless. Nothing have comparable with your lecture. I like your lecture so much. I didn’t ever seen any lecture like your lectures. Outstanding!! Peerless!! Glamorous!! Tremendous. Can you give me your any mail address for interaction with you. firstname.lastname@example.org is my E-mail address. Please knock me once….
Thanks Emma it is very useful
Thank you Emma, it’s a great lesson :-)
thank you so much Emma
Very nice. =)
Thank you, Teacher Emma.
nice to meet you emma
thanks 4 eng lesson
see you soon :D
thank you teacher for lesson
Thanks an ocean for your fruitful tips. I loved them no end.
¨Meet up with¨ is new for me, the lesson was quite interesting, thanks Emma!!
thank you teacher emma i got 10 points looking forward to meet you soon and say nice to meet you..
awesome…..I got 100 points…
thank you so much
I was wondering What’s the difference between met with someone and run into someone. Regards!
Yeah I got 100 points… Thanks Emma :)
Thanks, nice to meet you!!!!
Thanks Emma, nice to meet you Em :*
Hello everybody I am new here
welcome into this forum
glad to see you all !!
You are very good teacher. Thank you…
i wish to do practice with someone
Thanks Emma! Good lesson!
thank emma i’v 100 point hh
Thanks for the video.
Thank you EMMA, it was as very informative section…
100/100 I feel smart lol
10 out of 10 , a good start :) , hello everybody
It’s very useful thank you Emma
I have met my friend last
I have known him from 2 years ago
I met with my boss last week
I met up with my friend to play with each other
Really useful tip! meet with and meet up with. Thanks
I got 10! Thanks Emma!
Very helpful，thank you！
its very clear lesson .. Thanks it is a new information ..
I got 10 out of 10 thanks Emma
thanks teacher Emma, It was easy for us
I have known you for months and I don’t remember when I first met you :))
thanks to you dear Emma !
Tnx for this amazing lessons, what if I (meet/meet up) with my boss for the first time?
good lesson. Thank you Emma
Thank you -)
Hi everyone! I’m knew here. Just wanted to say Hi
i have training correct 9/10
Thank you Emma , very good job!!!
Very useful lesson. Thank You Emma !
It was a clear and necessary lesson Emma. Thank you. I got 90 %
Hello:) I am a little bit confused about the sentence: “I met up with my friends tonight”. Please, why is there past tense “met” when it is “tonight”? Thank you very much for explanation:) Karolina
Hi Karolina. For me the sentence is incorrect.
How about these ones?
“I met up with my friends last night” or
“I hung out with my friends last night”
Great Day! See you round.
i got 10/10 thanks Emma
hahaha.. jeez! I got a 100% Thank you so much Emma.. You were very helpful.. I learned a lot from you..
i got 10 out of 10
Interest for me!
Nice to meet you all!
Thanks teacher for this essntial video …
Very helpful and clear …Thanks a lot
Thank you for the lesson, Emma.
i am in China, just cannot view the video…. how can this be improved?
You’ll have to find a mirror or use a VPN in order to watch the videos on Youtube!
thank you for this lesson .You have a beautiful smile.
bye. pleasure to the next time.
i really like you and your style of teaching since saw a short video on the internet.your pronaunciation is very clear as that i can hear clearly and this is very usfull for my Engish Study.
I know Emma for 6 months.Nice to know you..
Your lesson is really helpful to me. Thank you and have a nice weekend ahead !
Thank you very much Emma.
Thank you very much.非常感谢你
thank you so much Emma.I love all of your video.you make it easy for understand.
I will see all of them as more as i can
10 out of 10..!!!Thanks Emma, it was a really nice session..?
10 out of 10? Thanks,Emma. Appeared to be very useful.
Hi teacher Emma, for me you are the best teacher.
your demonstration is good. i wish i will learn fast :(.
Thanks, Emma.Good lesson. I got 100
Hello teacher. I have known you since last January. I love your lessons. Everyday i watch some of them at least three. Today i met up with my friend. I will meet with my boss in this month for my position.
It’s Cool ?
i got all correct
I’ve got 10 of 10!
Thank you so much
I will meet up with my friend at 5:30 for going to a gym and have a fun tonight.
Hey there! I just got a doubt related to this question in the quiz. Isn’t it meet up with on saturday knowing that it is just a friends conversation , plus they are talking about something fun to do ? Thanks for clarifying my doubts.
Hey buddy! Let’s _MEET UP WITH ____________ on Saturday and watch the football game.
Thanks, Emma. you gave nice explanations about it, I don’t have any doubts about it. Have a great day!
Wonderful class Ema .
Nice to meet you guys!
Emma you are the best teacher…. I like your lessoss…Your lessons are very useful for every us..Thank you very much!
I’ve known EngVid.com since 2015 until now. I love this progrem. EngVid.com is the best for everyone to study English. I thank you so much to all members of EngVid.com. Happy Study!
Thank you Emma.
keep practicing awasome
I liked so much this video, now I understand the different between those words, thank you!
Thank you Emma!, It´s really easy to know the diff right now! It´s my first TEN!!!
Thank you Emma!!
thank you very much dear Emma
I appreciate your lesson
Emma you are a great teacher!
Thank You so Much for such a wonderful lesson and Exercise
That’s pretty clear to recognize this phrase on several situation. ;)
slight difference! thanks
10/10. Thank you Emma.
is correct to use MEET in past to speak in the future?, in the last example says: I MET up with my friends TONIGHT
Nice to meet you here .I’m about to leave here because I’m about to meet up with my friends today. bye for now.
Very veru usefull thank you so much!
i got 10/10 thank u so much god bless u
Congratulations. Now you’re our Winer. Keep it up.
Thank you Emma
I got 10 out of 10! Thanks for the lesson, Emma!
I got 100 at first time. Thank you very much Emma.
How lucky am I that I can study with this amazing teacher!
Thanks a lot dear Emma,you really explain very well.
Thanks a lot Emma, I loved this lesson and your explanation!
nice and clear explanation of the difference between the two words ..thank you very much teacher emma..!
Thank you very much my pleasure teacher. You could explain the lesson very well. Now I know the differences between them confusing verbs. Thank for your clarification.
Thanks a lot
Thanks! You are a great teacher!
Yeah!!!The lesson í so great!!!Thanks Emma
You really know the teaching skills. You are good teacher.I wish, I will meet you.
Hello Emma! That’s a nice class.
I have a question, please.
Could I ask to someone like this?
Do you know that girl?
Yes, I know her.
When did you meet her?
I met her last mounth.
When did yopu know her?
I knew her last mounth.
I mean ” When did you start knowing her, ok?
Thanks a lot to emma
hi friends, im new here. please help me to improve my English. i will be thankful to all of you.
Hi! Emma, the lesson was very helpful, thank you.
thank you emma.I get 10/10
thank you so much, my first time to know the difference between them, hope to meet up with you soon :D
I think that the answer of No8 quiz should be ‘know” or ‘meet up with’.
Becouse I think ‘buddy’ must be well known together and ‘football game’ should be fun. Am I mistaking it?
In any case, Thank you very much for your lecture.
I have been able to get 9/10 of quize except No8.
Ty so much… You did it great.
Thank you Emma you’re lessons are so great and your method is very easy to learn inglish.
I like this place, I’m learing english with my effort and dedication. But, my life in Brazil is very hard.
Particular courses is very expensive here.
My luck that I known this local for to learn free.
Thank you teacher! You are beautiful!
thank you teacher
You got 9 correct out of 10.
Emma Thanks for the all time that you spent to make all these videos, and thanks for Engvid to make all these lectures available to all peoples.
Tks Emma.. Best Teacher ever!
It’s very helpful
Thank you for the great lesson.
Emma I love your lessons :)
Emma you are a Great Teacher, I have gotten lots of help from your lessons tips. Your teaching way is very well and easy. great job, you are winner……
I have a question:
When you meet someone for the first time for business reasons and when this person is going to leave, is it correct saying:
” I’t has been a
” It has been a pleasure meeting you and I hope to see you again the next time” ?
thank you emmaa
Good class. Clear explanation. Thank you.
I got 100% :-)
thanks for this lesson
you are an excellent teacher
wow i love it
What kind of good emma is
I love studying with her so much
You are amazing teacher?
thanks dear teacher I got the quiz 10/10
i am very pleasure to meet with you dear teacher
10/10 Great. Thank You Emma.
Thanks Emma, it was great. I got 8/8 correct, and it is useful and helpful. THANKS Emma
Emma you are an excellent teacher. i love the way how you teach us. you are teaching us difficult lessons in clear and easy ways , because you are smart. this lesson is very useful. thanks a lot
Emma,thank you very much.
Thanks!Emma great lesson.
Thanks Emma for your explanation, i love your lessons, the way what you explain is easy to understand.
Great job explaining the lesson.
Thanks and I got 100 out of 100
I got a perfect score Emma, thank you.
Great Lesson, Thanks.
awesome,simple lesson but big quality and new things for me as well.
I have been two times in the Cambridge English First and I have never had a teacher like her.
I got 9 out of 10.
Thank u so much EMMA. I met your lessons last week. =)
Thnxx Emma for this lesson. Scored 10/10 because of your clear explanation.
Thanks T. Emma
I think in the 7th question the right answer should be “I have known her very well”, but not “I known her very well”
Thank you for your videos.
100 on 100
Thanks Emma for this lesson I learned more
Thanks Emma for this lesson I’ve learned more. My test result is 9 out of 10 though bit should have been 100%.
Thanks Emma i got 10 of 100 100%
thanks a lot
I met with my lecturer this morning to talk about my minithesis.
Thank you ma’am Emma this lesson.?????
Hi, I got 100%!!! Tks.
I would like to meet you, teacher !!!
thanks from algeria
Thank you Ms. Emma.
10/10！Good lesson. I always used know and meet by mistake. Thanks Emma, I’ve understand after learning this lesson.
Thank you mam!such a great lesson and you explain very well.it’s helped a lot.
I got 10 correct out of 10.
I got 10 correct out of 10.
Thanks a lot Emma.
I got 10 correct out of 10.
Thank u so much for all the wonderful material u share!
I will met up with you as soon as Emma
i am your big fan from Kazakhstan 23Sept2021
It was first time, I have heard about ” meet with and meet with up” I have got 9 of 10 because question number 10 was little tricky.
thank you Emma
Thanks Emma this lesson is amazing
Thanks Emma this lesson is amazing