height, and more. Maybe you know the basic meaning of these words already, but I will show you exactly how they are used, and how they are different from each other. Also, I will explain how adjectives are made from these nouns. For example,
depth. If you are an English learner looking to be more accurate and precise with your vocabulary, this is the lesson for you.
dear benjamin 10x 4 this lesson.i love you.Ramin from iran
I’m the first commenter ! Yeaaaaah!
But after doing the quiz I’m not on a high, it’s only 8 out of 10 =(
Thank you teacher!
8 out of 10
What a informative lesson that I had tonight. Thank you Benjamin. I like your method of teaching english and your interesting topics as well
Very interesting and efficient short lesson.
I really appreciated it.
Thank you Benjamin.
got 10 out of 10
Oh I just got 7/10 but I’m not even watched the video
Great teacher,great lesson!Thank you!
Thank u so much??
I friends i am from Afghanistan after this time we will go ahead and improve our english skills thanks for all of you
A big thank for your lesson : you’re a highly-skilled teacher!
A little question : I noticed you pronounce clearly the “t” sound when you say “often”.
I have always heard that the “t” is not pronounced in this word : are there exceptions and in what contexts?
I may be a little picky…;)
let me answer your question. In this case, both pronunciations of this word are correct in British English.
Thank you for your answer, emo53 :) and have a good day!
I got 7/10 without watching video.
Thank you very much for your lesson and the quiz. It was a good practice.
Thanks a lot
An interesting topic
8 out of 10 :)
Thank you sir. I got 8 correct.
I got 70 for my first lesson on engvid ever
Thank you Benjamin. I made one mistake
Thank you so much Benjamin .
learner from IRAQ
Thanks again, Sir Benjamin for your amazing videos. You made me on a high
I got 10 correct out of 10, but I didn’t understand some moments in video
thanks for this great effort!
Hey bejamin please explain the reason behind every question for better idea….as what we learn in video and what we attempt in question has long difference so please……
I enjoyed leaning more words today! Thank you.
I enjoyed learning more words today. Thank you
Yay i got 1 mistake only. I feel superb.
Thank you so much i got 9 i feel soo happy
looks cheap though… but one needs to be a little more tactical not to get confused. Thank you I have learned something new.
8 out of 10 , great lesson, thank you profe :)
/profe means teacher in spanish (informal)
Good lesson. I appreciate it. thank you so much.
You speak too fast
I agree with you
Thanks ….I got 8/10
Got a perfect score 10/10…
it would be great, if you would write / say what kind of Word it is : adjectiv, adverb, verb, particípium, …
The words are very similar (one word family) and you did´t tell it; however it is crucial.
But thanks you a lot.
i got 9/10 for my first lesson on engvid ever
Not bad 90/100
I got 6 out of 10. I have to learn again.
got 8 out of 10 thank you :)
Great lesson. Thank you.
8outof10 I hope to be 10in the next lesson .thx alot
You can say to be “high” as well as “on a high”, It’s true that if you are just “high” you may have had a couple of beers. “High” means “inebriated”, but not only by alcohol : also with enthusiasm.
Enthusisasm. I can’t pronounce it.
Thank you Benjamin
I don’t understand the question no. 8
A highly efficient lesson. Thanks a lot, Ben.
Cool I need it
best regards, Benjamin (Kazakhstan o2 Dec2o21:)